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NPFC - MIL-HDBK-87213

ELECTRONICALLY / OPTICALLY GENERATED AIRBORNE DISPLAYS

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 2 March 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 192
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This handbook provides sample specification paragraphs, rationale, guidance, and lessons learned that are useful in the development of the primary flight displays and mission avionics controls and displays subsystem for an aircraft. This includes head-up displays (HUDs), helmet-mounted displays (HMDs), and multi-function displays (MFDs), used for presentation of graphics as well as display of television (TV), forward-looking infrared (FLIR), radar video, and the associated electronic display generation equipment. Rationale paragraphs explain the reason for specifying each parameter. Guidance paragraphs explain what values are normally used and why. Lessons learned paragraphs serve as a historical information repository for this technical area.

intended Use:

This handbook entitled Electronically/Optically Generated Airborne Displays is intended for use as guidance for developing a weapon system's electronically/optically-generated... View More

Document History

MIL-HDBK-87213
March 2, 2020
ELECTRONICALLY / OPTICALLY GENERATED AIRBORNE DISPLAYS
This handbook provides sample specification paragraphs, rationale, guidance, and lessons learned that are useful in the development of the primary flight displays and mission avionics controls and...
February 8, 2005
ELECTRONICALLY/OPTICALLY GENERATED AIRBORNE DISPLAYS
This handbook provides sample specification paragraphs, rationale, guidance, and lessons learned that are useful in the development of the primary flight displays and mission avionics controls and...
December 18, 1996
ELECTRONICALLY/OPTICALLY GENERATED AIRBORNE DISPLAYS
This handbook provides sample specification paragraphs, rationale, guidance, and lessons learned that are useful in the development of the primary flight displays and mission avionics controls and...

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