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Three types of communications access are available: Radio, Intercom, and Telephone Links. Efvs is mounted in a canopy, much like the existing voice switch, and will provide the required flexibility to mabual voice requirements for any size Department of Defense DoD ATC facility.
It was conducted at Denro, Incorporated, in January The maintenance concept is two level, organizational to depot. ETVS will not require additional operator or maintainer billets. The ETVS training program consists of:.
This document has been updated to reflect the revised installation schedule, current manpower and training, and operator and organizational maintenance training. It also includes updated technical and operational evaluation schedules, functional descriptions of planned ETVS upgrades, initial training dates, and qualitative manpower requirements. Air Traffic Control Tower Cab.
Radar Air Traffic Control Facility. Frequently, these facilities are located immediately below an ATCT Cab and are usually in closed rooms to facilitate visibility of radar displays. Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility. They accomplish this mission through coordination, scheduling, and control of surface, subsurface, and airborne platforms operating within and transiting to and from these areas.
Military Radar Units MRUs are operated by the USN to provide flight following and bomb scoring service to military aircraft operating in special use airspace. This will give the FAA and DoN the required production decision for full-scale production and delivery.
These existing systems are essentially electronic key systems and do not contain any processor-managed components or software. Supervisory features of the ETVS include the capability for the supervisor position to record from various operating positions onto ETVS cassette tape recorders, located at the supervisor position, for controller training.
These recorders are independent of the legal recorders. Additional supervisory features include the display of maintenance alarms and an audible alarm for unmonitored frequencies. A Management Information System MIS will provide supervisors with routine administrative and personnel data position utilization, training, and supervision. Communications Traffic Data CTD and system event collection and reporting will provide a summary of communications utilization, and more detailed position activity information, to both supervisory and maintenance personnel.
The ETVS will provide software controlled functional reconfiguration capabilities to air traffic supervisors for changing interphone, intercom, and radio frequency connectivity within a facility. One or more designated interactive terminals will provide computer-based reconfiguration for single positions or all ETVS positions.
Maintenance personnel can accomplish physical reconfiguration by the addition of single positions, or single external interfaces to the system, allowing expansion of the base ETVS system without the loss of communication capabilities.
The ETVS equipment includes automated diagnostic equipment that provides real-time monitoring of critical system components. Audible and visual alarms located at all system terminals, a maintenance position, and manuual designated operational positions will alert personnel of failures. The ETVS will permit simultaneous operation of all operational positions to either place calls, receive calls, or both. ETVS will consist of position equipment located at each operational position, which will control the communication switching equipment located in nearby equipment rooms.
The system will be modular in design manuao allow the same Basic System BS to be used in facilities ranging in size from fewer than eight positions to as many as Maximum etgs for the four BSs are shown in the following table:. A high-bright, electro-magnetic interference EMI hardened version will be used in control towers.
The TED is software-controlled to display position call activity and selection. Operators are provided with a method manuao selecting intercom, interphone, radios, and special functions.
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Pagination, colors, flashing-winking-steady indications, and other controls provide the operator with a status of ongoing communications. The eetvs room contains multiple components housed in equipment racks.
Components include card cages; fuse panels, power, operator, and radio distribution panels; power supplies; reserve power; a maintenance position; and duplex convenience outlets. The equipment room consists of cabinet and frame construction.
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The equipment room cabinets and frames will not exceed 72 inches in height, 36 inches in width, and 30 inches in depth. The loading conditions of each fully equipped cabinet and frame will not exceed an average weight distribution greater than pounds per square foot. Maximum floor space for the four BSs is as follows:.
Removable components will not exceed weight limits specified below so as to permit removal and replacement by one person. Introduction of new developments will be accomplished through new production to meet procurement scheduling as outlined in paragraph K.
Each frequency interface will support one of the following, based on airport requirements. In addition to the above, the ETVS will accommodate paired frequencies in which Ultra High Frequency and Very High Frequency equipment are operated from the same control circuits and audio lines. As designated by the USN requirement, each interface shall support:. New Features, Configurations, or Material. ETVS segregates any on-line functions performed at the maintenance and supervisory positions from each other and from those performed at the operational positions.
These positions require password entry to gain access to the supervisory and maintenance functions. ETVS provides a maintenance logging function to allow users of the maintenance position and remote maintenance terminals to access information on the recent maintenance history of the ETVS. ETVS automatically detects and localizes faults to the Line Replaceable Unit LRU level and reports results to the maintenance position, supervisory position, any remote maintenance terminals, and the maintenance logging function.
ETVS provides additional audible and visible alarms to signal the detection of system faults or system overheat conditions that could lead to equipment damage or fire. Alarms will be installed within cable feet of the central equipment. At the supervisory workstation, ETVS provides a MIS data reporting facility that can write reports both on screen and in hard copy upon request.
Each report will use operator names and position names extracted from the MIS database along with their identification codes.
Each report covers the range of dates entered by the supervisor and identifies the following as selected by the supervisor. The maintenance concept for ETVS is a two-level concept of organizational and depot. Preventive Maintenance PM includes adjustments, cleaning, lubrication, and periodic inspections including corrosion inspections and preservation to be carried out on a periodic basis. The design of the ETVS is such that the minimum interval for PM will not be less than quarterly and should not require service interruption on more than one position, or external interface, at a time.
Excluding administrative and logistical time time spent on activities such as dispatch time, travel time, paperwork, etc. Corrective Maintenance CM includes on-equipment and off-equipment maintenance actions. On-equipment maintenance consists of fault isolation and removal and replacement at the LRU level to restore prime mission equipment in an operational environment.
Off-equipment maintenance includes fault isolation and removal and replacement at the Shop Replaceable Unit SRU level. The ETVS is designed to have a mean time to repair of not more than 30 minutes for any single maintenance action, including time required for fault localizing, repair, test, and restoration to service.
The FAA National Airspace System and its subsystems are highly dependent on the sustained operation of their automation programs. To ensure sustainability, a coordinated centrally directed approach to maintenance of operational, support, and diagnostic programs is necessary.
Software support will also include the correction and resolution of site unique problems, and the development, control, and maintenance of modifications. The FAALC will also maintain the baseline system, prepare releases of software updates, distribute them to the field, and respond to trouble reports.
The global database, which includes each site’s specific adaptation parameters, will be maintained at the FAALC. Depot maintenance will also include emergency maintenance, second level engineering support, and other logistics support not available at the organizational level. The design of the system is such that, when properly maintained, ETVS supports continuous, round-the-clock functional and performance requirements throughout a service life of at least ten years.
Instructions, which describe CBI courseware and its use, will be furnished with the software. The software will be provided without restrictions and will be reproducible by the government.
The CBI courseware will be divided into two distinct modules: Operation module and System Administration module.
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The Operation courseware will permit the student, via computer keyboard manipulation or mouse activation as appropriate, to selectively display on the computer monitor TED position equipment, and to operate the controls displayed on the screen. The software will respond to student control adjustments by simulating expected equipment responses, e. The System Administration courseware will build on the training provided in the Operation module and will incorporate generic Supervisor Control Terminal SCT software and map sets to replicate typical system responses and visual displays the student would normally observe at a supervisor’s console.
Configuration etvz executed by the student in the capacity of system administrator will result in expected changes to the designated operator position s. Mwnual System Administration course will emphasize the mechanics manaul progressing through the initial configuration events and understanding the flow of data input needed to get on-line. The following three contractor-developed courses were used to provide initial training for acceptance inspection and for development of the ETVS Hardware Maintenance course C Describes installation and testing procedures.
Identifies the responsibility of all personnel involved in the installation and testing efforts. Describes the functions of all assemblies and subassemblies. Configure, perform system power-up, power-down, start-over, and recovery of operational modes.
Install, operate, and maintain the equipment per the technical instruction book. Identify and follow instruction ,anual procedures applicable to all periodic maintenance requirements.
Use functional and flow diagrams and test equipment, as required, to localize malfunctions to the appropriate LRU. Remove and replace faulty LRUs.
Perform required adjustments to the equipment to restore the equipment performance to specific parameters. The above etve maintenance course hardcopy and software was provided by Denro, Inc. First quarter FY00 Skill identifier. One or more of the following:.
Identify error messages and indications and take the appropriate action to correct. A Technical Instruction book to support installation, operation, and maintenance of the ETVS hardware, software, and firmware manaul be provided by Denro, Inc. Test Sets, Tools, and Test Equipment. There are no unique requirements wtvs special test sets, special tools, or special test equipment. Software support for operational and training activities will be provided by the FAALC and will include correction and resolution of site unique problems and development, etve, and maintenance of modifications.
The only spare repair parts identified at this time are card extenders.