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The ADS/CPDLC system indicates the location of an aircraft in flight based on an ADS report from the pilot and CPDLC messages on a screen.
|AFN||Complies with ARINC622-2|
|ADS||Complies with ARINC745-2|
|CPDLC||Complies with RTCA DO-219|
The NEC ADS/CPDLC system works on a PC basis in compliance with FANS-1/A standards.
Automatic Dependent Surveillance
An aircraft automatically transmits a report on its current and planned position to ground control.
Controller – Pilot Data Link Communications Position reports and clearance requests are communicated using a template format (140 formats for uplinks and 80 for downlinks).
NEC's ADS/CPDLC training system has been developed to ensure a thorough understanding of ADS/CPDLC operation for both pilots and controllers.
Aircraft information (including passing position and estimated passing time) is displayed on the ADS/CPDLC Workstation.
The Playback function records training data and can recreate any situation using data recorded on the ADS/CPDLC Workstation.
The ADS/CPDLC Workstation monitors the potential for conflict among aircraft and displays an alert if the workstation detects conflict. The conflict alert indicator can be turned on and off.
By using two ADS/CPDLC Workstations, ATS* Interfacility Data Communications(AIDC) training can be conducted. AIDC messages for advisories, coordination, and handoffs are exchanged between ATS units.
*Air traffic service