IFR 6015 specification sheet

IFR 6015 specification sheet
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IFR 6015 Ramp Test Set
The IFR 6015 is a compact, lightweight and weatherproof unit designed for testing transponder
modes 1,2,3A/C/S, TCAS I, II and Military E-TCAS as well as TACAN.
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One main user screen for each test mode
•
Detachable antenna
•
Large display
•
Simple user interface
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Lightweight and compact <8 lbs. (3.6 kg)
•
Battery 6 hours plus duration
•
Fully FAR Part 43 Appendix F compliant
•
European Elementary and Enhanced
Surveillance
•
TACAN and IFF Modes 1 & 2
•
Emulates preset modes of TACAN Test
Sets Generic DoD, AN/ASM-663,
AN/ARM-184, Bradley 2650 & 2655
The IFR 6015 features an extremely easy to use
interface where every parameter the user commonly needs to view is displayed on screen.
Operational Modes
Controls
Dedicated Mode keys for XPDR, TACAN/DME
and TCAS allow quick selection of the operational
mode.
The application dependant softkeys and data
select/slew keys provide an intuitive man-machine
interface.
TACAN mode is provided with dedicated keys for
frequency/channel selection and RF level control.
For frequently varied parameters in TACAN and
TCAS modes, such as Range and Rate, dedicated
keys are provided.
Each operational mode has one main user screen. The operational
modes are:
XPDR (Sub-Modes: ADS-B MON, ADS-B GEN & GICB)
TACAN (Sub-Modes: T/R Norm, Inv, Range Only; A/A Beacon, Inv,
Range Only)
TCAS 1, 2 (Sub-Mode: TIS)
E-TCAS
Most tests can be completed without leaving the main user screens.
This simplifies the line technician's testing task.
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X PD R - A U T O T E ST
BAT
P AS S
CO N F IG : M K1 2 /S - M4
AN T E N N A : B O T T OM
2 .5 H r
L EV EL =4
R EPL IE S = 1, 2, 3 A, C ,S
F R E Q = 1 09 0 .1 2 M H Z
T OP E R P =5 7 .1 d B m
MTL
= - 74 . 0 d B m
BO T ER P = 5 6. 0 d B m
MTL
= - 73 . 1 d B m
3A C OD E = 1 23 4
C AL T = 3 50 0 0
ft
1 C OD E
= 1 23 4
2 CO D E = 1 2 34
T A IL
= N 1 23 45
D F 1 7 D ET EC T E D = NO
F L T ID = A A - 5 0
A A = A C 3 42 1 (5 3 03 2 04 1 )
F S= 5 –N O A L E R T
S PI
IN AI R
VS = IN A I R
C O U N TR Y= U n i t ed St a t es
RUN
T EST
T E ST
L IST
SEL E CT
A NT
CON F IG
0 X PD R – 3A / C
S PA C / WD T H
BAT
F AI L
F 1 W ID T H 3A = 0 .3 0 0 us
F 2 W ID T H
3 A = 0 . 40 0 u s
F 1- F 2
3 A= 2 0 .3 00 u s
2 .5 H r
C = 0. 4 50 u s
C = 0. 6 00 u s
C = 2 0. 30 0 u s
C =3 .5 5 u s
R EP L Y D EL A Y
3 A = 3. 05 u s
R EP L Y JI T T E R
3 A =0 .25 0 u s
C = 0 .0 0 0 u s
R EP L Y R A T IO
3A = 10 0 %
C = 1 0 0%
- 81 d B m R EP L Y R A T IO 3 A = 0%
C= 0 %
A T C R B S AL L - C A L L
3 A= PA S S
C=PASS
P U L S E A M P V A R 3 A= 0 . 0 d B C = 0 . 0 d B
RUN
T ES T
NEX T
T EST
PR EV
T ES T
R ET U R N
(IFF System Information in Public Domain)
Individual tests may be reviewed for failures which are identified by
an arrow symbol.
MK12/S Transponder
Xpdr Auto-Test:
Every parameter the user commonly needs to view is displayed on one
screen.
The auto-test performs all tests defined by FAR Part 43 Appendix F,
including the proposed Eurocontrol additional tests.
The specific modes tested are determined by the selected config.
The Mode S tests are tailored automatically according to reported
transponder level to avoid erroneous failures.
X PD R – T ES T L IST
BAT
1 3 A/ C D E C D R /S L S
2 1/ 2 D E C D R/ SL S
3 3 A/ C F 1/ F 2 SP A CE/ W ID T H
4 1/ 2 S PA C E /W ID T H
5 PO W ER /F R EQ
6 S ALL-CALL
7 S R EP L Y T I MI N G
8 S R EP L Y
9 UF0
1 0 UF 4
1 1 UF 5
1 2 UF 11
SEL E CT
TES T
N EX T
P A GE
-
13 UF16
14 UF20
15 UF21
16 UF24
17 ELEMENTARY SURVEILLANCE 1
18 ELEMENTARY SURVEILLANCE 2
19 ENHANCED SURVEILLANCE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
BAT
PA S S
PA S S
PA S S
PA S S
P AS S
PA S S
PA S S
PA S S
PA S S
PA S S
PA S S
PA S S
R ET U R N
2 .5 H r
GEN ER IC A T C R B S
AT C RB S CL A SS A
AT C RB S CL A SS B
GEN ER IC M OD E S
MO D E S C L A SS A
MO D E S C L A SS B
MO D E S C L B OP T F R E Q
MO D E S C L B OP T P WR
MK 1 0 A /M K 1 2- M 4
M K 1 2/ S- M 4
IN F O
2 .5 H r
The test list is selected from the auto-test screen. This provides an
easy means of selecting any of the individual tests that comprise the
auto-test.
Tests on the 2nd screen (not shown) include:
X PD R - C ON F I G
R ET U R N
User selects config required for test.
For ATCRBS and Mode S Transponders if the class of the transponder is unknown, the generic config may be selected which applies to
the widest limits.
The test set will automatically determine the Mode S transponder
level.
The selected config parameters may be displayed by pressing the
INFO softkey.
Ten predetermined configs are provided to meet ATCRBS, Mode S,
MK10, MK12, MK12/S transponder test needs.
X PD R – EL E M EN T SU R V 2
PA SS
BAT
2 .5 H r
B D S= 1 ,7
: 0 , 5 :0 , 6 : 0 , 7 : 0 , 8 : 0 , 9
: 0 , A : 2, 0 : 2 , 1 :4 , 0 : 4 , 1 : 4 , 2 : 4 , 3
: 4 , 4 : 4 , 5 : 4 , 8 :5 , 0 : 5, 1 : 5 , 2 : 5 , 3
: 5 , 4 : 5 , 5 : 5 , 6 :5 , F : 6 , 0
B D S 1 , 8 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0
B D S 1 , 9 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0
B D S 1 , A = 0 00 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0
B D S 1 , B = 0 00 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0
B D S 1 , C = 0 00 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0
B D S= 2 ,0
F L IG HT ID= U A 6 61
B D S= 3 ,0
A RA =1 1 10 101 0 00 0 00 0 R A C = 10 1 0
RAT=0
RUN
T ES T
PR EV
T ES T
NEX T
T EST
R ET U R N
X PD R – EL E M EN T SU R V1
B D S= 1 ,0
PA SS
BAT
X PD R – S A L L - C A L L
2 .5 H r
IT M RE PL Y
DE LAY
J IT T ER
A D D R E SS
RATI O
-8 1 dBm
SU B N ET WOR K VE R =1
E N H PR OT IN D
=LV L 2 -4
S PE C SE RV C A P
= YE S
U E L M C A PA B IL IT Y
=1 6 /1 s
D E L M C A PA B IL IT Y
= 16 /5 0 0 m s
A I R C RA F T ID C A P = YE S
S U R V ID E NT C A P
= YE S
C O MM U SE G IC B RE P= 1
DTE
= YE S
C O NT F L AG
= Y ES
S QU IT T ER C A P
= YE S
RUN
T ES T
NEX T
T EST
PR EV
T ES T
DF =2 0
B D S4 ,0
B D S5 ,0
B D S6 ,0
PA SS
BAT
RUN
T ES T
R ET U R N
PR EV
T ES T
NEX T
T EST
2 .5 H r
DF =
VS =
CC =
SL =
RI =
0
0
0
0
12
–
–
–
–
BAT
P AS S
PR EV
T ES T
BAT
R F L V L : - 42 .0 d B m
R A T E: 10 0 0 kt s
RANGE: 100.00 nm
BR G: 27 0 .0 d eg
% R E PL Y: 10 0
ID E NT : MO R SE
SQ T R : O N
E CH O : OF F
P R EV
P A RA M
NEXT
PA RA M
IN
ST O P
R AT E
IN/ OU T
All the user needs are on one screen.
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RF level control for track sensitivity tests
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Supports all TACAN channels
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Full UUT measured parameters are displayed
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TACAN test modes; T/R Norm, T/R Range Only, T/R Inverse,
A/A Beacon, A/A Range Only and A/A Inverse
2 .5 H r
TCAS
NEX T
T EST
2 .5 H r
TACAN
R ET U R N
I N AI R
N OT S UP POR T E D
N O T CA S SEN S L EV EL R EP OR T E D
A IR S PE ED 30 1 T O 6 0 0 K N OT S
PR EV
T ES T
R ET U R N
C H A N : : 17 X
F R E Q: 9 7 8 M H z
RUN
T EST
AC = 03 A 0 ( 01 6 40 ) 1 070 0 F T
MO D E C A L T C O MP AR E = P A SS
AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41)
DF 11 A D D R ES S C OM PA R E = PA S S
RUN
T ES T
NEX T
T EST
T X F R EQ = 1 04 1 .0 0 M H Z
ER P = 25 0 W A T T S
PR F = 1 50 H z
P1 W ID T H = 3. 5 00 u s
P 2 W ID T H = 3 .5 0 2 u s
P1 - P2
= 1 2. 0 u s( X )
UU T L VL = - 78 .2 d B m
SY N C = MR B
Eurocontrol Enhanced Surveillance DAP's are displayed on one screen.
X PD R - U F O
C = 1 28 .0 7 u s
C = 0 .5 10 u s
C = 2 A C 42 1
C = 1 00 %
C=0%
T A C A N T /R N O R M
M CP /F CU S EL AL T
=6 5 5 20 f t
R OL L A N GL E
= 4 0 .1 d eg
T R U E T R A C K AN GL E= 9 0. 3 d e g
GR OU N D SP EED
= 5 1 2 k ts
T R A C K A N GL E R AT E=
4. 0 0 d e g /s
T R U E A IR SP EE D
= 5 12 k t s
M AG N ET I C H EA D IN G = 1 80 .3 d eg
IN D AI R S P EE D
= 5 1 2 k ts
M AC H N O
= 0 .3 00
IN E R T V ER T VE L
=- 1 4 00 f t / m in
B AR O A L T R A TE
=- 1 4 00 f t / m in
RUN
T ES T
3 A = 12 8. 0 8 u s
3 A = 0. 51 0 u s
3 A = 2A C4 21
3 A = 10 0%
3A = 0 %
2 .5 H r
MO D E S A L L - C A L L = P A SS
A DD R E S S
= 2 A C 42 1
T A IL = N 12 34 5
C OU N T R Y= U n it e d St a te s
The Eurocontrol Elementary Surveillance DAP's (Downlink Aircraft
Parameters) are displayed on two screens
X PD R – EN H A N C ED S UR V
BAT
PA SS
BAT
2 .5 H r
S C EN A R I O: 0 - C U ST OM
T C A S T Y PE : T C A S II
% R EP L Y: 1 0 0
I N T R U D ER T YP E: M OD E S
R A N GE S T A R T : 1 0. 00 nm
S T O P: 0. 0 0 n m
R A N GE R AT E : 35 0 k t s
A L T ST AR T : + 10 0 0 f t
ST O P:
0 ft
ALT RATE :
6 00 f p m
C O N VE R GE : OF F
UUT ALT
:
31 2 00 f t
A L T D E T E CT : O N
F R E Q= 1 0 30 . 00 MH z
E R P= 57 .0 d B m
R A N GE = 21 . 00 n m I N
A L T = + 1 00 0 f t Ð
T C A S S T A T U S= T R A C K ING
S T A T U S= N ON - T H R E AT
E N C OU N T ER = 0 : 0 0
R ET U R N
No more HEX data field interpretation!
All Mode S Format tests display parameter in engineering units.
X PD R – U F 11
BAT
P AS S
RUN
T ES T
2 .5 H r
PR EV
P AR A M
NEX T
P ARA M
M ON
ST OR E/
R E CA L L
TCAS
DF =1 1
C A= 0 - L E VEL
2
CA
M OD E
PI = 0 2F 0 8 D
AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41 )
II L OC K O U T T IM ER = 1 8S
II
M A T C H = P A SS
SI L OC K O U T T IM ER = 1 8S
SI M A T C H = PA S S
TCAS types…
TCAS 1 MODE C
TCAS 2 ATCRBS
TCAS 2 MODE S
RUN
T ES T
PR EV
T ES T
NEX T
T EST
E-TCAS
R ET U R N
Comprehensive II/SI code and lockout timer test
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The Auto-Altitude feature interrogates Mode S XPDR of aircraft
under test to obtain current altitude.
Select pre-stored named scenarios directly from the auto-test screen.
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TCAS
BAT
2 .5 H r
A D S- B M ON BD S 0 , 5
RUN
T ES T
PR EV
P AR A M
NEX T
P ARA M
M ON
A V A IL
BAT
2 .5 H r
B D S= 0 ,5 A I R B OR N E PO S
T YP E= 14
DF 17 A A= 3 A C 42 1 ( 1 6 54 2 04 1 )
C O U N T = 10 0 0
M E= 00 0 00 0 00 0 0 00 00
P ER I OD = D EF AU L T
L A T = 3 7 3 9 00 N
L O N G= 9 7 2 5 48 W
PO S= GL O B A L
SA F =1
T = N /U T C
SU R V EI L L A N C E ST A T US
= N O IN F O
B A RO P R ES A L T = 13 102 5 f t
S C EN A R I O: 0 - C U ST OM
T C A S T Y PE : E- T CA S
% R E PL Y : 1 00
I N T R U D ER T YP E: M OD E S
C O D E: 4 56 7
R A N GE S T A R T : 1 0. 00 nm
S T O P: 0. 0 0 n m
R A N GE R AT E : 35 0 k t s
A L T ST AR T : + 10 0 0 f t
ST O P:
0 ft
ALT RATE :
6 00 f p m
C O N VE R GE : OF F
UUT ALT
:
31 2 00 f t
A L T D E T E CT : O N
F R E Q= 1 0 30 . 00 MH z
E R P= 57 .0 d B m
R A N GE = 21 . 00 n m I N
A L T = + 1 00 0 f t Ð
T C A S S T A T U S= T R A C K ING
S T A T U S= N ON - T H R E AT
E N C OU N T ER = 0 : 0 0
RUN
T ES T
ST OR E/
R E CA L L
PRE V
T E ST
NEX T
TES T
R ET U R N
ADS-B MON:
The BDS DATA screen displays full content of selected BDS format
being received via DF17, DF18 or DF19 extended squitters.
A D S- B GE N D F 1 7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0, 5
0, 6
0, 8
0, 9
0, A
6, 1
6, 2
6, 3
6, 5
BAT
A I RB O R N E PO S
S U RF A C E PO S
I D EN T & C A T
A I RB O R N E VE L
A D S - B T E ST M SG
A/ C S TATUS
T A R G ST A T E
A / C OP S T A T U S
A / C OP S T A T U S
RUN
T ES T
B DS
DA TA
2 .5 H r
- D I S AB L E D
- E N A B L ED
- E N A B L ED
- EN A B L E D
- EN AB L E D
- EN A B L E D
- E N A B L ED
- EN A B L E D
- EN A B L E D
B DS
ON
R ET U R N
ADS-B GEN:
ADS-B and GICB
ADS-B MON: Used to monitor DF17 extended squitter from
transponders and DF18 extended squitter from 1090 MHz ADS-B
emitters.
The BDS LIST shows BDS formats supported. The BDS SELECT
key selects individual BDS numbers. The BDS ENABLE/DISABLE
key enables or disables the selected BDS number for squittering via
DF17 or DF18 extended squitter. The BDS DATA key displays the
BDS DATA screen for the selected BDS number.
ADS-B GEN: Used to generate DF17/DF18 extended squitter, simulating transponders and 1090 MHz ADS-B emitters.
GICB: Used to monitor DAP's (all fields).
A D S- B M ON DF 17
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
0, 5
0, 6
0, 8
0, 9
0, A
6, 1
6, 2
6, 3
6, 5
A I RB O R N E PO S
S U RF A C E PO S
I D EN T & C A T
A I RB O R N E VE L
A D S - B T E ST M SG
A/ C S TATUS
T A R G ST A T E
A / C OP S T A T U S
A / C OP S T A T U S
A D S- B GE N B D S 0 ,5
BAT
2 .5 H r
- A V A IL
- N OT C A P
- A V A IL
- A VA IL
- A VA I L
- A VA I L
- A V A IL
- N O SQT R
- N O SQT R
RUN
T ES T
RUN
T ES T
B DS
DA TA
R ET U R N
ADS-B MON:
The ADS-B MON LIST shows BDS formats supported.
The BDS status is annunciated to indicate if the squitter has been
captured, not available or not seen.
The BDS DATA key displays the BDS DATA screen for the selected
BDS number.
BAT
2 .5 H r
B D S= 0 ,5 A I R B OR N E PO S
T YP E: 9
DF 19 A A: 3 A C 4 21 ( 1 6 54 2 04 1 )
C O U N T = 10 0 0
M E= 49 0 84 4 A E8 3 19 E A
P ER IOD : 1. 0 0 s
L A T : 3 7 3 9 00 N
L ON G: 9 7 25 48 W
PO S:
SA F : 1
T : N /U T C
SU R V EI L L A N C E ST A T US : N O IN F O
B A RO P R ES A L T : 12 6 70 0 f t
GN S S AL T : N /A
BD S
OF F
PRE V
PAR A M
NEX T
PA R A M
R ET U R N
ADS-B GEN:
BDS DATA screens display full content of the selected BDS format in
RTCA/ICAO engineering units.
The NEXT PARAM and PREV PARAM keys select data fields for
editing via the data slew keys.
GI C B D F 2 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
BAT
0 ,5
0 ,6
0 ,7
0 ,8
0 ,9
1 ,0
1 ,7
1 ,8
1 ,9
1 ,A
1 ,B
1 ,C
A IR B OR N E P OS
SU R F A C E P OS
SQT R S T A T U S
ID E N T & C AT
A IR B OR N E V EL
D AT A L N K C A P
CO M G IC B C A P
SP EC SE R V C A P
SP EC SE R V C A P
SP EC SE R V C A P
SP EC SE R V C A P
SP EC SE R V C A P
RUN
T ES T
B DS
DA TA
TIS
2 .5 H r
- A VA I L
- N OT C A P
- A V A IL
- A VA IL
- A V A IL
- A VA IL
- A VA IL
- A VA IL
- A VA IL
- A VA IL
- A VA IL
- A VA IL
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
Up to 5 static intruders may be simulated relative to the A/C (UUT).
General
Radiated Testing:
The IFR 6015 is supplied with a lightweight, fully sealed, directional
antenna that may be test set mounted, hand held or tripod mounted.
Direct Connect Testing:
R ET U R N
The IFR 6015 may be directly connected to the UUT via a supplied
RF coax cable via the RF I/O port.
GICB:
The BDS LIST shows BDS formats supported.
The BDS DATA key displays the BDS DATA screen for the selected
BDS number.
GI C B B D S 3 ,0
A V A IL
BAT
2 .5 H r
B D S= 3 ,0 A C A S A R A
DF 20 A A= 3 A C 42 1 ( 1 6 54 2 04 1 )
MB = 0 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00 0
T ID B = 7 0 d e g
T ID A = 3 2 00 0 f t
T ID R = 1 .0 0 n m
A R A =1 1 10 1 01 0 00 0 00 0
T I D =3 A 4 51 8
R A C =1 0 10
RAT=1
MT E= 3
T H R EA T A D D R ES S= N /A
T T I= 2 - A L T /R AN G E/ B EAR I NG D AT A
Transit Case:
RUN
T ES T
PR EV
T E ST
PR E V
TES T
The IFR 6015 is supplied in a rugged plastic transit case which provides stowage for the test set, directional antenna, RF coax cable,
antenna shield, breakout box, and power supply/charger.
R ET U R N
GICB:
BDS DATA screens display full content of the selected BDS format
being received via GICB DF20 or DF21 in RTCA/ICAO engineering
units.
TI S
BAT
2 .5 H r
T A R G ET S : 5
UU T H DG : 1 80 d e g
1
2
3
4
5
B R G( d e g ) : 1 20
90
23 4
1 82
23
R N G( n m ) : 6 . 00
4 . 00
3 .0 0
2 .0 0
1. 00
ALT(ft)
: 35 0 0
2 0 00
1 00 0
5 00
0
A L T R A T E: C L IM B L E VE L L EV EL C L IM B L EV EL
H D G( d e g ) : 2 34
1 78
56
22
0
T R A F F I C : P R OX PR O X PR O X PR O X T R F C
A D D R = 3 A C4 2 1 ( 16 5 42 04 1) N 1 23 4 5
TS CR= 5
T SD R = 1
A L T = 12 6 70 0 f t
T I S ST A T US = C ON N E CT ING I N F O= 0 00 0
RUN
T ES T
P R EV
P A RA M
NEXT
PA RA M
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SPECIFICATION
REPLY PULSE WIDTH
P1/P2
3.5 μs ± 0.5 μs
Notes
▲ - IFF System Information in Public Domain
% - TACAN System Information in Public Domain (Ref. MIL STD 291C)
TACAN/DME MODE SPECIFICATIONS
ECHO REPLY
Control
On/Off
Position
SIGNAL GENERATOR
A 5-minute warm-up period is required for all specifications.
30 nmi ± 1 nmi
Amplitude
-11 dB ± 1 dB relative to reply level
OUTPUT FREQUENCY
REPLY FREQUENCY
REPLY PULSE RISE AND FALL TIMES
Range
ALL PULSES
962 to 1213 MHz
Rise Time
2.0 μs ± 0.25 μs (10% to 90%)
Accuracy
± 10 kHz
Fall Time
% Variable Channel Selection 1 to 126 (X & Y)
Preset Channel Selection
2.5 μs ± 0.25 μs (90% to 10%)
REPLY DELAY
% Preset 1 (DoD)
T/R Mode 17X, 18X
T/R X CHANNEL
A/A Mode 17X, 17Y
Fixed Reply Delay
50 μs ± 100 ns
Inverse A/A Mode 80X, 80Y
T/R Y CHANNEL
% Preset 2 (AN/ASM-663)
Fixed Reply Delay
5X, 5Y, 47X, 47Y, 89X, 89Y
Preset 3 (AN/ARM-184) No Preset
56 μs ± 100 ns
% A/A X CHANNEL
Preset 4 (2650/2655)
18X, 18Y, 47X, 47Y, 100X, 100Y, 123X, 123Y
OUTPUT LEVEL
Fixed Reply Delay
62 μs ± 100 ns
% A/A Y CHANNEL
ANTENNA PORT
Fixed Reply Delay
74 μs ± 100 ns
Range
-67 to -5 dBm (T/R Norm, T/R Inv, A/A Beacon, A/A Inv)
VARIABLE RANGE DELAY
-67 to -2 dBm (T/R Rng Only, A/A Rng Only)
X AND Y CHANNEL
Resolution
Range
0.5 dB
0 to 450.00 nmi
Accuracy
Resolution
± 2 dB
0.01 nmi
Distance to UUT antenna
6 to 250 ft with supplied antenna
Accuracy
± 0.01 nmi
RF I/O PORT
PRESET RANGE DELAY
Range
-115 to -50 dBm (T/R Norm, T/R Inv, A/A Beacon, A/A Inv)
X AND Y CHANNEL
-115 to -47 dBm (T/R Rng Only, A/A Rng Only)
Preset 1 (DoD) Range
Resolution
0, 3, 10, 30, 100, 200, 300, 400 nmi
0.5 dB
Preset 2 (AN/ASM-663) Range
Accuracy
-95 dBm to –50 dBm
0, 10, 150, 297 nmi
± 1 dB
Accuracy
-115 dBm to <-95 dBm
Preset 3 (AN/ARM-184) Range
0, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400 nmi
± 2 dB
REPLY PULSE SPACING
P1 to P2
12 μs ± 0.1 μs (T/R X Channel) @ 50% peak
P1 to P2
30 μs ± 0.1 μs (T/R Y Channel) @ 50% peak
Preset 4 (2650/2655) Range
0, 5, 125, 283 nmi
Resolution
0.01 nmi
Accuracy
± 0.01 nmi
VARIABLE RANGE RATE
X AND Y CHANNEL
Frequency
1350 Hz
Accuracy
Rate
0 to 6500 kts
± 2 Hz
INVERSE MODE
Resolution
1 kts
A/A(X), A/A(Y), T/R(X), T/R(Y)
Accuracy
Active Low North Reference Trigger Sync Output
± 0.01% typical, tested to ± 0.5%
PRESET RANGE RATE
% A/A MODE INTERROGATION
P1 to P2
X AND Y CHANNEL
Preset 1 (DoD) Rate
0, 250 kts (1000 kts in A/A modes)
Preset 2 (AN/ASM-663) Rate
12 μs ± 0.1 μs (A/A X Channel) @ 50% peak
P1 to P2
24 μs ± 0.1 μs (A/A Y Channel) @ 50% peak
Interrogation Rate
150 PPS, ± 5 Hz
No Rate
Preset 3 (AN/ARM-184) Rate
% 15/135 HZ BEARING SIGNAL
0, 2400 kts
Preset 4 (2650/2655) Rate
Modulation Levels
15 Hz
No Rate
21% ± 2.5%
135 Hz 21% ± 2.5%
Resolution
Frequency
1 kts
15/135 Hz <± 0.2%
Accuracy
± 0.01% typical, tested to ± 0.5%
Phase Accuracy
<± 0.3°
SQUITTER
Distortion
% PRF
<2.5%
T/R(X) & T/R(Y) NORM, INVERSE, RNG ONLY
% BEARING
2700 Hz
A/A RNG ONLY, BEACON, INVERSE
1350 Hz
Variable
0 to 359.5° in 0.5° increments
Accuracy
Accuracy
± 0.1°
± 2%
PRESET
Distribution
Per MIL STD 291C and ARINC 568
REPLY EFFICIENCY
Range
Preset 1 (DoD) Range
0°, 45°, 90°, 135°, 180°, 225°, 270°, 315°
Preset 2 (AN/ASM-663) Range
0°, 45°, 180°, 225°
0 to 100%
Preset 3 (AN/ARM-184) Range
Resolution
0°, 90°, 180°, 337.5°
1% increments
Accuracy
Preset 4 (2650/2655) Range
90°, 230°, 320°
± 0.5%
INTERROGATION PULSE DECODING
% IDENT TONE PULSE PAIR
T/R(X) & T/R(Y) Modes Selection
Selectable four letter code or tone
Frequency
Must Reply nominal code pair spacing
< ± 0.5 μs
Must Not Reply nominal code pair spacing
> ± 1.0 μs
1350 Hz
% MRB T/R(X)
Accuracy
Group
± 2 Hz
Equalizer pulse pair
Spacing from Ident pair 100 μs ± 10 μs
% IDENT TONE SINGLE PULSE
A/A(X) & A/A(Y) Modes Selection
12 pairs of pulses
Pulse Spacing
12 μs ± 0.1 μs
Pulse Pair Spacing
12 μs ± 0.1 μs
Selectable four letter code or tone
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% MRB T/R(Y)
% INTERROGATION PULSE SPACING
Group
P1 to P2 Spacing
13 single pulses
Pulse Spacing
30 μs ± 0.1 μs
10 to 14 μs (T/R X and A/A X Channel)
P1 to P2 Spacing
22 to 26 μs (A/A Y Channel)
% MRB A/A BEACON (X & Y)
P1 to P2 Spacing
Group
Resolution
34 to 38 μs (T/R Y Channel)
10 single pulses
10 ns
Pulse Pair Spacing
Accuracy
30 μs ± 0.1 μs
± 20 ns
% ARB T/R(X)
INTERROGATION PRF
Group
Range
6 pairs of pulses
Pulse Spacing
1 to 300 Hz
Resolution
12 μs ± 0.1 μs
1 Hz
Pulse Pair Spacing
Accuracy
24 μs ± 0.1 μs
± 2 Hz
% ARB T/R(Y)
% A/A REPLY DELAY
Group
A/A(X)
13 single pulses
Pulse Spacing
15 μs ± 0.1 μs
62 μs (-2 +4 μs accept)
A/A(Y)
74 μs (-2 +4 μs accept)
Resolution
UUT MEASUREMENTS
10 ns
Accuracy
ERP
± 100 ns
Range
+47 to +66.1 dBm
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
± 2 dB
DIRECT CONNECTION PEAK PULSE POWER
Range
+47 to +66.1 dBm
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
± 1 dB
FREQUENCY
Range
1025.00 to 1150.00 MHz
Resolution
10 kHz
Accuracy
± 20 kHz
INTERROGATION PULSE WIDTH
P1 AND P2 PULSE WIDTHS
Range
2.00 to 5.00 μs
Resolution
1 ns
Accuracy
± 50 ns
TRANSPONDER MODE SPECIFICATIONS
SIGNAL GENERATOR
RF OUTPUT FREQUENCY
Interrogation Frequency
1030 MHz
Accuracy
± 10 kHz
RF OUTPUT LEVEL
ANTENNA PORT
MTL + 6 dB typical, automatically controlled for a MTL range of -83 to
-68 dBm
Range
-67 to -2 dBm at antenna port
Resolution
0.5 dB
Accuracy
± 2 dB
Distance to UUT antenna
6 to 200 ft with supplied antenna
RF I/O PORT
MTL + 6 dB typical, automatically controlled
Range
-115 to -47 dBm
Resolution
0.5 dB
Accuracy
-95 to –47 dBm, ± 1 dB
INTERMODE
Accuracy
P4 (Short)
-115 to <-95 dBm, ± 2 dB
ATCRBS/SIF/MODE S INTERROGATION PULSE SPACING
0.80 μs ± 50 ns
P4 (Long)
▲ MODE 1
1.60 μs ± 50 ns
P1 to P2
2.00 μs ± 25 ns
INTERROGATION PULSE RISE AND FALL TIMES
ALL MODES
P1 to P3
3.00 μs ± 25 ns
▲ MODE 2
Rise Time
50 to 100 ns
Fall Time
P1 to P2
2.00 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to P3
5.00 μs ± 25 ns
MODE 3A
50 to 200 ns
PHASE MODULATION
ALL MODES
Transition Time
P1 to P2
2.00 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to P3
8.00 μs ± 25 ns
≤ 80 ns
Phase Shift
180° ± 10°
MODE C
SLS LEVELS
P1 to P2
ATCRBS/SIF
2.00 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to P3
SLS Level (P2)
-9 dB, -1 to +0 dB relative to P1 level
21.00 μs ± 25 ns
MODE S
0 dB, -0 to +1 dB relative to P1 level
Off
P1 to P2
MODE S
2.00 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to P6
SLS Level (P5)
-12 dB, -1 to +0 dB relative to P6 level
3.50 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to SPR
+3 dB, -0 to +1 dB relative to P6 level
Off
4.75 μs ± 25 ns
P5 to SPR
0.40 μs ± 50 ns
INTERMODE INTERROGATION PULSE SPACING
MODE A
Note: SLS level is automatically controlled in the SLS LEVEL test.
INTERROGATION TEST SIGNALS
MODE S
PRF
50 Hz ± 5 Hz
P1 to P3
ATCRBS/SIF
8.00 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to P4
PRF
235 Hz ± 5 Hz
10.00 μs ± 25 ns
MODE C
UUT MEASUREMENTS
ERP (@ 1090 MHZ)
P1 to P3
21.00 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to P4
23.00 μs ± 25 ns
INTERROGATION PULSE WIDTHS
MODE A,C,S,INTERMODE
Range
+ 45.5 to + 59 dBm (35.5 to 800 watts)
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
± 2 dB
P1,P2,P3
0.80 μs ± 50 ns
Direct Connection Peak Pulse Power (@1090 MHz)
Range
MODE S
P6 (Short DPSK Block)
16.25 μs ± 50 ns
P6 (Long DPSK Block)
30.25 μs ± 50 ns
+ 46.5 to + 59 dBm (45 to 800 watts)
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
± 1 dB
P5
0.80 μs ± 50 ns
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TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY
PULSE SPACING
Range
F1 TO F2
1087.000 to 1093.000 MHz
Resolution
10 kHz
Accuracy
± 50 kHz
RECEIVER SENSITIVITY, RADIATED MTL
Range
-67 to -79 dBm into 0 dBi antenna
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
± 2 dB, typical
RECEIVER SENSITIVITY, DIRECT CONNECTION MTL
Range
-67 to -79 dBm
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
± 2 dB
REPLY DELAY
ATCRBS/SIF
Range
1.80 to 7.00 μs
Resolution
10 ns
Accuracy
± 50 ns
REPLY DELAY, MODE S AND ATCRBS MODE S ALL-CALL
Range
125.00 to 131.00 μs
Resolution
10 ns
Accuracy
± 50 ns
REPLY DELAY JITTER
ATCRBS/SIF
Range
0.00 to 2.30 μs
Resolution
1 ns
Accuracy
± 20 ns
MODE S AND ATCRBS MODE S ALL-CALL
Range
0.00 to 6.00 μs
Resolution
1 ns
Accuracy
± 20 ns
Range
19.70 to 21.60 μs
Resolution
1 ns
Accuracy
± 20 ns
MODE S PREAMBLE
Range, P1 to P2
0.8 to 1.2 μs
Range, P1 to P3
3.3 to 3.7 μs
Range, P1 to P4
4.3 to 4.7 μs
Resolution
1 ns
Accuracy
± 20 ns
PULSE DECODER
Modes 1,2,3/A
4096 code & binary equivalent displayed, including X pulse.
Ident & Emergency Replies displayed.
Mode C
Altitude
PULSE WIDTHS
F1 AND F2
Range
0.25 to 0.75 μs
Resolution
1 ns
Accuracy
± 20 ns
MODE S PREAMBLE
Range
0.25 to 0.75 μs
Resolution
1 ns
Accuracy
± 20 ns
PULSE AMPLITUDE VARIATION
Range, Mode S (Relative to P1)
+3 to -3 dB
Range, ATCRBS/SIF (Relative to F1)
+3 to -3 dB
Resolution
0.1 dB (0.01 dB via RCI)
Accuracy
± 0.5 dB
DF 11 SQUITTER PERIOD
Range
0.10 to 4.88 sec
Resolution
F1 to A2
5.80 μs ± 25 ns
10 ms
Accuracy
F1 to C4
7.25 μs ± 25 ns
± 10 ms
DIVERSITY ISOLATION
Range
0 to >20 dB (Depending on Test Distance)
Test Distance
1.83m (6ft) to 28.96m (95ft)
Resolution
F1 to A4
8.70 μs ± 25 ns
F1 to B1
11.60 μs ± 25 ns
F1 to D1
13.05 μs ± 25 ns
F1 to B2
0.1 dB
14.50 μs ± 25 ns
Accuracy
F1 to D2
± 3 dB
15.95 μs ± 25 ns
TCAS/E-TCAS MODE SPECIFICATIONS
SIGNAL GENERATOR
F1 to B4
17.40 μs ± 25 ns
F1 to D4
OUTPUT FREQUENCY
REPLY FREQUENCY
18.85 μs ± 25 ns
MODE S
P1 to P2
1090 MHz
1.00 μs ± 25 ns
Accuracy
P1 to P3
± 10 kHz
OUTPUT LEVEL (SIMULATED ERP)
ANTENNA PORT
Note 1
Radiated power at 0 dBi UUT antenna
-68 dBm typical @ 10 Nmi Range, automatically controlled
Range
3.50 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to P4
4.50 μs ± 25 ns
P1 to D1
8.00 μs ± 25 ns
D1 to Dn (n=2 to 112)
-67 to -2 dBm at Antenna port
Resolution
1.00 μs times (n-1) ± 25 ns
REPLY PULSE WIDTHS
0.5 dB
MODE C
Accuracy
All Pulses
± 2 dB
Distance to UUT antenna
6 to 300 ft with supplied antenna
0.45 μs ± 50 ns
MODE S
P1 through P4
RF I/O PORT
Automatic mode
-68 dBm @ 10 Nmi Range, automatically controlled
Manual mode Range
-115 to -47 dBm
0.50 μs ± 50 ns
D1 through D112
0.50 μs ± 50 ns, 1 μs chip width
Reply Modes
TCAS I/II Mode C (with altitude reporting)
Resolution
TCAS II Mode S formats 0, 11, 16
0.5 dB
E-TCAS Modes formats 0, 4, 5, 11, 16, 20, 21
Accuracy
-95 to –47 dBm, ± 1 dB
Accuracy
REPLY PULSE AMPLITUDES
ATCRBS
-115 to <-95 dBm, ± 2 dB
REPLY PULSE SPACING
± 1 dB relative to F1
Mode S
± 1 dB relative to P1
MODE C
REPLY PULSE RISE AND FALL TIMES
F1 to F2
20.30 μs ± 25 ns
F1 to C1
1.45 μs ± 25 ns
F1 to A1
2.90 μs ± 25 ns
ALL MODES
Rise Time
50 to 100 ns
Fall Time
50 to 200 ns
F1 to C2
4.35 μs ± 25 ns
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PERCENT REPLY
SUPPRESION
Range
ATCRBS (P2 or S1)
0 to 100%
>0.5 dB above level of P1
Resolution
<10% Replies
UUT MEASUREMENTS
10%
ERP (@1030MHZ)
Accuracy
± 1%
ATCRBS
RANGE RATE
Range
+43 to +58 dBm (20 to 631 watts)
Range
Resolution
-1200 to +1200 kts
0.1 dB
Resolution
Accuracy
10 kts
± 2 dB
Accuracy
MODE S
10%
Range
ALTITUDE RANGE
+43 to +58 dBm (20 to 631 watts)
Range
Resolution
-1000 to 126,000 ft
0.1 dB
Resolution, Mode C
Accuracy
100 ft
± 2 dB
Resolution, Mode S
DIRECT CONNECTION PEAK PULSE POWER (@1030MHZ)
25 ft
ATCRBS
ALTITUDE RATE
Range
Range
+43 to +58 dBm (20 to 631 watts)
-10,000 to +10,000 fpm
Resolution
Resolution
0.1 dB
100 fpm
Accuracy
Accuracy
± 1 dB
10%
MODE S
Range
SQUITTER
+43 to +58 dBm (20 to 631 watts)
Control
Resolution
On/Off
0.1 dB
Rate
0.8 to 1.2 seconds, randomly distributed
RECEIVER
Range
ATCRBS (Mode C All Call)
1029.900 to 1030.100 MHz
2.0 us
Accepts
≤ ±200 ns
Rejects
≥ ±1.0 us
P1 to P3
Accepts
21.0 us
≤ ±200 ns
Rejects (<10% Replies)
P1 to P4
Accepts
≥ ±1.0 us
23.0 us
≥ ±1.0 us
Mode S
Accepts
Accepts
1 kHz
Accuracy
± 10 kHz
TCAS BROADCAST INTERVAL
1.0 to 12.0 sec
Resolution
0.1 sec
2.0 us
Accuracy
≤ ±200 ns
Rejects (<10% Replies)
P1 to SPR
Resolution
Range
≤ ±200 ns
Rejects (<10% Replies)
P1 to P2
± 1 dB
FREQUENCY
PULSE SPACING
S1 to P1
Accuracy
≥ ±1.0 us
± 0.2 sec
MISCELLANEOUS INPUT/OUTPUTS
4.75 us
≤ ±200 ns
Rejects (<10% Replies)
≥ ±1.5 us
RF I/O
Type
Input/Output
Fuse Requirements
Impedance
50 Ω typical
Maximum Input Level
4 kW peak
10 W average
VSWR
5 A, 32 VDC, Type F
INPUT POWER (SUPPLIED EXTERNAL AC TO DC
CONVERTER)
Input Range
100 to 250 VAC, 1.5 A Max, 47-63 Hz
< 1.3:1
Mains Supply Voltage Fluctuations
ANTENNA
≤ 10% of the nominal voltage
Type
Transient Overvoltages
Input/Output
According to Installation Category II
Impedance
50 Ω typical
Maximum Input Level
10 kW peak
1/2 W average
ENVIRONMENTAL (TEST SET)
Use
Pollution Degree 2
Altitude
VIDEO
≤ 4800 meters
Type
Operating Temperature
Output
NOTE 3
Impedance
50 Ω typical
Generate Video Level
1.1 ± 0.4 V peak to peak into 50 Ω
Receive Video Level
Proportional to IF level
-20°C to 55°C
Storage Temperature
NOTE 4
-30°C to 71°C
Relative Humidity
95% ±5% from 5° to 30°C
75% ±5% from 30° to 40°C
45% ±5% from 40° to 55°C
Baseline
± 0.5 V referenced to ground
TEST ANTENNA
ENVIRONMENTAL (SUPPLIED EXTERNAL AC TO DC
CONVERTER
VSWR
< 1.5:1
Gain
Use
6 dB, Typical
TIME BASE (TCXO)
Temperature Stability
Indoors
Altitude
≤ 10,000 meters
Operating Temperature
± 1 ppm
0° to 40°C
Aging
± 1 ppm per year
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 71°C
Accuracy
± 1 ppm
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Test Limit
± 0.3 ppm
BATTERY
Type
Li Ion
Duration
> 4 hrs continuous operation
> 6 hrs, Typical
DIMENSIONS
Height
11.2 inches (28.5 cm)
Width
9.1 inches (23.1 cm)
Depth
2.7 inches (6.9 cm)
Weight (Test set only)
< 8 lbs. (3.6 kg)
INPUT POWER (TEST SET)
Input Range
11 VDC to 32 VDC
Power Consumption
55 W Maximum
16 W Nominal at 18 VDC with charged battery
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VERSIONS AND ACCESSORIES
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
Test Set Certifications
Altitude, operating
Altitude, not operating
Bench Handling
Blowing Dust
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-STD-810F
Class 2
Class 2
Class 2
Method 510.4,
Procedure I
Drip-proof
Explosive Atmosphere
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-STD-810F
Relative Humidity
Shock, Functional
Vibration Limits
Temp, operating NOTE 5
Temp, not operating NOTE 6
Transit Drop
Safety Compliance
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-PRF-28800F
MIL-PRF-28800F
UL-61010B-1
EN 61010-1
CSA 22.2 No 61010-1
EN 61326
Class 2
Method 511.4,
Procedure 1
Class 2
Class 2
Class 2
Class 2
Class 2
Class 2
EMC
EXTERNAL AC-DC CONVERTER CERTIFICATIONS
Safety Compliance
EMI/RFI Compliance
EMC
UL 1950 DS
CSA 22.2 No. 234
VDE EN 60 950
FCC Docket 20780 Curve “B”
EN 61326
TRANSIT CASE CERTIFICATIONS
Drop Test
FED-STD-101C
Falling Dart Impact
Vibration, Loose Cargo
Vibration, Sweep
Simulated Rainfall
ATA 300
FED-STD-101C
ATA 300
MIL-STD-810F
FED-STD-101C
Immersion
MIL-STD-810F
Ordering
Numbers
72424
83411
Versions
IFR 6015 Mode 1,2,3A/C/S Transponder,
TACAN/DME, TCAS I,II,E-TCAS, TIS Ramp
Test Set (specify 110 V or 220 V)
6015OPT3 ADS-B Option
Extended Standard Warranties with Calibration for 6015
84373
Extended standard warranty 36 months with
scheduled calibration
84374
Extended standard warranty 60 months with
scheduled calibration
Accessories for 6015
63656
Desk Top Stand (AC0820)
67474
Tripod (AC0826)
6674
IFR 6015 Operation Manual - CD (AC0825CD)
6676
IFR 6015 Maintenance Manual - CD
82553
Tripod, Dolly, Stand (AC24006)
86931
UC-584 Universal Transponder Antenna
Coupler
EXPORT CONTROL:
Method 5007.1
Paragraph 6.3,
Procedure A,
Level A
Category I
Method 5019
Category I
Method 506.4
Procedure II of 4.1.2
Method 5009.1
Sec 6.7.1
Method 512.4
Notes
NOTE 1
When ordering please quote the full ordering number information.
Simulates a 50.5 dBm XPDR ERP at 10 nMi range.
NOTE 2
Level automatically controlled based on actual distance to UUT antenna.
NOTE 3
Battery charging temperature range: 5°C to 40°C (controlled by internal
charger).
NOTE 4
Li Ion Battery must be removed below -20°C and above 60°C.
NOTE 5
Temperature range extended to -20°C to 55°C.
NOTE 6
Temperature range reduced to -30°C to 71°C.
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