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Avionics
ATC-1400A Transponder/DME Test Set
The ATC-1400A is a microprocessor-based test set designed to accomplish comprehensive testing
of modern ATC transponder and DME equipment
Features:
DME MODE
•
Continuous display of UUT, PRF, % reply
and transmitter frequency and power
Range Delay
•
Variable SLS and Echo Pulse Level
Velocity
•
Digital display of decoded transponder
reply pulses
Select inbound or outbound. Inbound and outbound velocity
decrements range to 0 NM, then increments range 9990 KTS.
•
Acceleration, velocity and range DME
Modes
Acceleration
•
Two-year limited warranty
SIGNAL GENERATOR
Frequency Select Modes
User selectable L-Band Output Frequency can be
selected by direct MHz and VOR paired channel
designation.
Switch selectable -1.00 to 399.90 NMi
Non-zero acceleration decrements the selected velocity to 0 KTS,
then increments velocity to 9990 KTS.
Squitter
Digitally implemented to provide stable rate distribution and
repeatability
Echo Pulses
Front panel selectable
∆F Capability
Ident Pulses
The selected frequency can be varied ±9.99 MHz
in 0.01 MHz increments.
Select continuous pulse or Morse code from front panel
Manual/Automatic Stepping
DME Pulses are formed by filtering, which provides superior representation of Gaussian shaped pulses.
The selected frequency can be automatically
varied in 1 MHz increments.
Suppressor ON/OFF
The suppressor pulse output may be switched ON
or OFF and the level adjusted from the front
panel.
Pulse Characteristics
DME Serial Data Interface
The serial BCD distance word is generated to correspond to the
range distance programmed in the test set. This serial BCD word is
available at the back panel through a 25 pin D type connector.
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Frequency Channelling
ATC-1400A
The 2-out-of-5 VOR Paired Channel Frequency is available for
control of the DME UUT when the test set is in the automatic
frequency stepping mode.
Accessory Units
ARINC 568 compatible
When interfaced with the T-1401, S-1403DL/MLD or SI-1404
accessory units, the ATC-1400A becomes a comprehensive test system for TACAN, Mode 4 XPDR/RADAR and Mode S XPDR avionics
equipment. For more information see separate data sheets.
Transponder Mode
Modes T, A, B, C, D, AC1 and AC2 are available.
Non-Coherent SLS Option
Variable Pulse Spacing
P2 provided on separate 200 MHz carrier, phase unsynchronized.
(Factory or factory service center installed option.)
P2 and P3 pulse spacing may be varied in the “+” or “-” direction or
may be selected to the calibrated spacing from individual switches on
the front panel.
SPECIFICATIONS
Pulse Width
SIGNAL GENERATOR CHARACTERISTICS
The generated pulse width may be varied or selected for a calibrated
width by a front panel switch.
Range
Side Lobe Suppression
Accuracy
On/Off selectable P2 pulse
Interference/DBL Interrogation
The Interference pulse and double interrogation functions are
combined in a single switch and are exclusively selectable.
952.01 to 1222.99 MHz, selectable in 0.01 MHz increments
±0.001%
∆F
±9.99 MHz in 0.01 MHz increments from the selected frequency
OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
UUT Pulse Spacing Detector
Transponder reply pulses are verified for proper position by selection
of a narrow window. A wide window is provided when pulse position
accuracy verification is not desired.
Range
0 to -127 dBm (into 50 Ω) in 1 dB increments
Overall Accuacy
Suppression Recovery
±2.0 dB 0 to -90 dBm
Selection of double interrogation and suppressor pulse provides a
single interrogation after suppressor pulse spacing may be varied by
interference/DBL interrogation switch.
±2.5 dB -90 to -110 dBm
Frequency Flatness
UUT MEASUREMENTS
ON/OFF Ratio
Transmitter Frequency Counter
The average frequency of one pulse in a reply (XPDR Mode) or an
interrogation (DME Mode) is counted and continuously displayed.
In the DME Mode either P1 or P2 may be selected to be counted. In
XPDR Mode the F1 or F2 may be counted.
Transmitter Frequency Discriminator
View frequency variation within the measured pulse
±0.6 dB Maximum
80 dB minimum
Output Impedance
50 Ω, VSWR < 1.2:1
Residual FM
5 kHz peak to peak maximum
Phase Noise
> 90 dBc/Hz measured at 150 kHz from the carrier
Transmitter Power Meter
Transmitter power of P1 or P2 in DME Mode and/or F1 or F2 in XPDR
Mode may be selected and displayed on the front panel.
Added Features
• IEEE-488-1978 GPIB
•
Automatic frequency stepping
•
VOR pairing or direct UHF frequency selection
•
Variable interference and double interrogation pulse
position
•
DME serial data output
•
DME serial data input
•
2-out-of-5 code frequency channeling outputs
Spurious
>60 dBc from 350 to 1800 MHz
SUPPRESSOR PULSE OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Width
33 µs (±3 µs)
Amplitude
Adjustable from 3 to 27 V
Timing
DME function nominally 3.5 µs prior to P1 of range reply
XPDR Function
0.8 µs prior to P3
DME MODE CHARACTERISTICS
PULSE CHARACTERISTICS
RANGE DELAY
Spacing
Range
12 µs ±0.1 µs (X channel), P1 to P2, 50% pk
0 to 399.99 NM selectable in 0.01 NM increments. -1 NM selected
by individual switch
30 µs ±0.1 µs (X channel), P1 to P2, 50% pk
P2 Deviation
Accuracy
±7.9 µs in 0.1 µs increments (X and Y Channel)
±0.02 NM plus ±0.005% of selected range
Note: in X channel, P1 and P2 merge when P2 is deviated greater than
-5.0 µs
VELOCITY
Range
Rise Time
0 to 9990 KT selectable in 10 KT increments
2.0 µs (±0.25 µs) (10% to 90%)
Accuracy
Fall Time
±0.05%
2.5 µs (±0.25 µs) (90% to 10%)
ACCELERATION
Width
Range
3.5 µs (±0.5 µs) (50% to 50%)
0 to 399 ft/sec2 selectable in 1 ft/sec2 increments
Spectrum
Accuracy
>55 dB down from center frequency measured at ±800 kHz
±0.5 ft/sec2
R-NAV CHARACTERISTICS
SQUITTER
Range
Spacing
Selectable from 10 to 5999 Hz in 1 Hz increments (Ave. squitter)
Accuracy
50 µs (±0.25 µs) at 0 NM (X Channel) 56 µs (±0.25 µs) at 0 NM (Y
Channel)
±2%
P1 at time of interrogation
Distribution
P2 at time of reply
At 2700 Hz the distribution is in compliance with the requirements presented in ARINC characteristics 568
Width
7 µs (±1 µs)
IDENT PULSE CHARACTERISTICS
ECHO PULSE CHARACTERISTICS
Rate
Position
1350 Hz (±0.02%)
30 NM (±1 NM) after the interrogation is received in X channel
EQUALIZER PULSED CHARACTERISTICS
Amplitude
-19 to +6 dB, referring to the desired reply, selectable in 1 dB increments
100 µs after ident pulse
TRANSPONDER MODE CHARACTERISTICS
Accuracy
INTERROGATION RANGE
±0.2 dB (0 to -10 dB)
±0.5 dB (-11 to -19 dB)
Range
REPLY EFFICIENCY CHARACTERISTICS
10 to 7999 Hz selectable in 1 Hz increments
Range
Accuracy
0% to 100% selectable in 10% increments (1% under GPIB control)
Accuracy
±0.005%
PULSE CHARACTERISTICS
±1.0% of interrogations 0% and 100%
±5.0% of interrogations 10% and 90% Typical
Mode Spacing
8.0 µs (±5 ns) (Mode 3/A)
17.0 µs (±5 ns) (Mode B)
21.0 µs (±5 ns) (Mode C)
25.0 µs (±5 ns) (Mode D)
Variable Pulse Spacing
±1.85 µs selectable in 0.05 µs increments for P1 to P2, P1 to P2 independently variable in direction relative to P1
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Width
0.8 µs (±5 ns) (CAL switch position)
0.20 to 1.85 µs selectable in 0.05 µs increments (VAR Switch
Position)
Rise Time
Amplitude Range
0 to 3999 W pk
Accuracy
±0.5 dB (from 50 Ω source) 100 to 3999 W
±0.7 dB (from 50 Ω source) 1 to 99 W
70 ns (+10 ns, -20 ns) (10% to 90%)
Fall Time
70 ns (+10 ns, -20 ns) (90% to 10%)
GENERAL
Power
SIDE LOBE SUPPRESSION (SLS)
Source Voltage and Frequency
Amplitude
100 to 120 VAC, 60 Hz
220 to 240 VAC, 50 Hz.
-19 to +6 dB, relative to P1, selectable in 1 dB increments
Power Consumption
Accuracy
INTERFERENCE PULSE CHARACTERISTICS
120 W maximum
94 W nominal at 115 VAC
86 W nominal at 230 VAC
Position Range
Nominal Input Current
±0.2 dB for -10 to +3 dB
-17.5 to +399.0 µs referenced to P1, selectable in 0.1 µs increments
Accuracy
±0.05 µs
Width
Continuously adjustable from 0.2 to 5 µs by front panel control
DOUBLE INTERROGATION CHARACTERISTICS
Range
Measured from P1 first interrogation to P1 second interrogation, selectable to 0.1 µs increments
Accuracy
±5 ns plus 0.05%
UUT PULSE SPACING DETECTOR
Window Width
Narrow: 220 ns nominal, referenced to P1
Wide: 750 ns nominal, referenced to P1
1.49 A at 115 VAC
0.88 A at 230 VAC
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Complies with the limits specified in the following standards:
EN 55011:1991 Class B
EN 50082-1
Safety
Conforms with EN 61010-1 for class 1 portable equipment.
Temperature
5° to 40°C
Relative Humidity
≤80% for temperatures up to 31°C, decreasing linearly to 50% at 40°C
Altitude
≤4000 m (13,124 ft)
Mains Supply Fluctuations
≤±10% of the nominal voltage
UUT MEASUREMENT CHARACTERISTICS
TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY COUNTER CHARACTERISTICS
Range
1020 to 1155 MHz
Accuracy
Transient Overvoltages
According to installation category II
Pollution Degree
2
Dimensions
±20 kHz (DME Mode)
426 mm wide, 185 mm high, 467 mm deep
±50 kHz (XPDR Mode)
16.8 in. wide, 7.3 in. high, 18.4 in. deep
TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY DISCRIMINATOR OUTPUT
Response
1 MHz/V ±10% into open load
2 MHz/V ±10% into a 50 Ω load
Bandwidth
10 MHz minimum
TRANSMITTER POWER METER CHARACTERISTICS
Frequency Range
1020 to 1155 MHz
Weight
20 kg (44 lbs.) approximately
VERSIONS AND ACCESSORIES
When ordering please quote the full ordering number information.
Ordering Numbers
Versions
1400-110
ATC-1400A Transponder/DME
Equipment, 110 VAC operation
Bench
Test
1400-220
ATC-1400A Transponder/DME
Equipment, 220 VAC operation
Bench
Test
Accessories
1401-110
T-1401 TACAN Bearing and DME Simulation,
110 VAC operation
1401-220
T-1401 TACAN Bearing and DME Simulation,
220 VAC operation
1403-110
S-1403DL Mode S Transponder, 110 VAC operation
1403-220
S-1403DL Mode S Transponder, 220 VAC operation
1403MLD-110 S-1403DL/MLD Mode S with Level Diversity,
110 VAC operation
1403MLD-220 S-1403DL/MLD Mode S with Level Diversity,
220 VAC operation
1404-110
SI-1404 Modes S & 4 Transponder with MLD,
110 VAC
1404-220
SI-1404 Modes S & 4 Transponder with MLD,
220 VAC
Options
AC1000
Non-coherent SLS option
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indication of the product capacity, performance and
suitability, none of which shall form part of any contract. We reserve the right to make design changes
without notice. All trademarks are acknowledged.
Parent company Aeroflex, Inc. ©Aeroflex 2008.
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