• Book Name: The Avionics Handbook by CARY R SPITZER
  • Author: CARY R SPITZER
  • Pages: 543
  • Size: 30 MB

The Avionics Handbook by CARY R SPITZER PDF

the avionics handbook by cary r spitzer pdf

Contents of The Avionics Handbook by CARY R SPITZER PDF

  1. AS 15531/MIL-STD-1553B Digital Time Division Command/Response Multiplex Data Bus ARINC 429
  2. Commercial Standard Digital Bus
  3. Head-Up Displays
  4. Head-Mounted Displays
  5. Display Devices: RSD™ (Retinal Scanning Display)
  6. Night Vision Goggles
  7. Speech Recognition and Synthesis
  8. Human Factors Engineering and Flight Deck Design
  9. Batteries
  10. 11 Boeing B-777: Fly-By-Wire Flight Controls
  11. Electrical Flight Controls, From Airbus A320/330/340 to Future Military Transport Aircraft: A Family of Fault-Tolerant Systems
  12. Navigation Systems
  13. Navigation and Tracking
  14. Flight Management Systems
  15. Synthetic Vision
  16. Enhanced Situation Awareness
  17. TCAS II
  18. Setting Requirements
  19. Digital Avionics Modeling and Simulation
  20. Formal Methods
  21. Electronic Hardware Reliability
  22. Certification of Civil Avionics
  23. Processes for Engineering a System
  24. Electromagnetic Environment (EME)
  25. Ada
  27. Fault-Tolerant Avionics
  28. Boeing B-777
  29. New Avionics Systems —Airbus A330/A340
  30. McDonnell Douglas MD-11 Avionics System
  31. Lockheed F-22 Raptor
  32. Advanced Distributed Architectures

Preface to The Avionics Handbook by CARY R SPITZER PDF

Avionics is the cornerstone of modern aircraft. More and more, vital functions on both military and civil aircraft involve electronic devices. After the cost of the airframe and the engines, avionics is the most expensive item on the aircraft, but well worth every cent of the price.

Many technologies emerged in the last decade that will be utilized in the new millennium. After proof of soundness in design through ground application, advanced microprocessors are finding their way onto aircraft to provide new capabilities that were unheard of a decade ago. The Global Positioning System has enabled satellite-based precise navigation and landing, and communication satellites are now capable of supporting aviation services.

Thus, the aviation world is changing to satellite-based communications, navigation, and surveillance for air traffic management. Both the aircraft operator and the air traffic services provider are realizing significant benefits. Familiar technologies in this book include data buses, one type of which has been in use for over 20 years, head mounted displays, and fly-by-wire flight controls. New bus and display concepts are emerging that may displace these veteran devices.

An example is a retinal scanning display. Other emerging technologies include speech interaction with the aircraft and synthetic vision. Speech interaction may soon enter commercial service on business aircraft as another way to perform some noncritical functions. Synthetic vision offers enormous potential for both military and civil aircraft for operations under reduced visibility conditions or in cases where it is difficult to install sufficient windows in an aircraft.

This book offers a comprehensive view of avionics, from the technology and elements of a system to examples of modern systems flying on the latest military and civil aircraft. The chapters have been written with the reader in mind by working practitioners in the field. This book was prepared for the working engineer and his or her boss and others who need the latest information on some aspect of avionics. It will not make one an expert in avionics, but it will provide the knowledge needed to approach a problem.

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