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It was created in response to lessons learned from the use of older equipment specified by ARINC Channels are software selectable to transmit or receive. Both High Speed — Khz and low speed - There are several modes that can be used for transmit channels that determine the timing method with which the data will be transmitted. Interblock Gap Mode transmits labels sequentially with gaps between labels in the order selected by the user.
Frequency mode transmits labels based on a selected frequency — that is every n milliseconds. Multiple messages can be defined with different frequencies and the module will see to it that proper timing is maintained. Time Tag mode enables the retransmission of a previously recoded session. The data, timing and errors of the recorded session will be precisely reproduced enabling one off situations to be reproduced. This can lead to a better understanding of the scenario and aid in debugging efforts.
Receive message have a 32 bit timetag associated with each label. Many of the modules can be attached to external Irig signals providing a timetag with a time of day format precise to the nearest microsecond.
Each channel may be received in its own buffer or all receive channels may be received in a single merged buffer. In either case, timetags of data received over all channels are based on the same clock aiding in the understanding of relationships between data received on each channel.
A special mode receives on one channel and retransmits on a paired channel with minor adjustments to the label or data such as changing the SDI or the label.
The standard also describes the Centralized Fault Display System. ARINC is a family of standards covering "data loading", commonly used for transferring software and data to or from avionics devices. It provides a standard approach for quality management of Test Procedure Generation within the commercial air transport industry. It is installed on the Boeing