THAILAND MODERNIZATION CNS/ATM SYSTEM PROJECT
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CNS/ATM SYSTEM PROJECT
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PART-1 : SCOPE OF PROJECT
PART-2 : SCOPE OF TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PART-3 : SUPPORT AND AFTER SALE SERVICES
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INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................... 1 SECTION A Scope of Project ............................................................................................. 2 1 Project Background ................................................................................................. 2 2 Project Objective ...................................................................................................... 2 3 Project Goal .............................................................................................................. 3 4 Implementation Plan ................................................................................................ 3 5 Project Meeting ........................................................................................................ 4 6 Cutover plan ............................................................................................................. 5 7 Quality Management Plan ....................................................................................... 5 8 Project Management Plan ....................................................................................... 6 9 Risk management plan............................................................................................. 6 10 Project Team ............................................................................................................. 6 SECTION B Project Schedule Requirements ................................................................... 7 SECTION C Appendices ..................................................................................................... 9 Part 1:Scope of Project
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INTRODUCTION
Volume-II contains technical specifications requirement and necessary information for
provision of system, support services and implementation plan for TMCS. Volume-II is
divided in to three parts where each part describes expectation and requirements for TMCS in
different dimension. The requirement will be proposed in each part and each requirement will
be assigned with degree of mandatory which specifies with [E] for Essential specifications
requirement and [D] for Desirable specifications requirement.
The overview of each parts of Volume-II are as follows:
PART-1:
SCOPE OF PROJECT
This part describes project details, project information and requirements on project
management. Tenderers shall make an understanding of information and provide a complete
response with form and details as specified in project schedule requirements.
This part consists of three (3) sections described below:
Section-A contains guideline information for project schedule of TMCS. The information
includes, for examples, implementation plan, project management plan.
Section-B specifies all relevant issues related to project schedule requirements of TMCS for
tenderers to propose their schedule, milestone and details of them using guideline information
from Section-B.
Section-C contains appendix for tenderer to submit their response.
PART-2:
SCOPE OF SPECIFICATIONS
This part is divided into 2 parts. The first part describes concept, minimum requirements, and
submittal requirements for main operational system, contingency system and training system
which is necessary for Tenderers to engage the Tender. The Tenderers should include
description, product brochures, cut sheets, technical manuals and other information in order
to support the proposed system. The second part provides format for Tenderers to submit
their response on organization information and certification.
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SUPPORT AND AFTER SALE SERVICE
This part consists of requirements on supports and after sale services such as Training,
Documentation, and Spare Part that the Tenderer will provide to complete the Project and
enable sustainable operability of TMCS through to the end of system lifecycle.
Tenderer is requested to respond each requirement with full detail where a response such as
"yes, understand, comply, response and response with this or similar phases" is not an
acceptable and will be considered unresponsive which will affect the evaluation score of
Tenderer’s Tender.
SECTION A
1
Scope of Project
Project Background
With the present aging air traffic management systems located at Tung Mahamek, Chiang
Mai, Hat Yai, Phuket, Phisanulok and Hua Hin and the expected growth of air traffic of more
than 200 percent within the Bangkok FIR in the next ten years, AEROTHAI has incorporated
a plan to replace all existing systems in those locations. The project for modernization of
Thailand CNS/ATM System (TMCS Project) has been established with a purpose to support
all aspects of Air Space Management (ASM), Air Traffic Services (ATS) and Air Traffic
Flow Management (ATFM) operations in Thailand's airspace. Therefore, the Tender
Document has been issued to invite firms for a provision of Secondary Surveillance System
Automation named as Thailand Modernization CNS/ATM System (TMCS). The TMCS
relates to surveillance system with a role to collate data from surveillance sensors, flight data
and other flight information sources in order to generate air traffic information for
AEROTHAI’s operators.
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Project Objective
The broad objectives of the TMCS Project are as follows:
a) Improve an efficiency of air traffic automation;
b) Handle the expected air traffic growth in BKK FIR for the next ten years while
maintaining a high level of safety;
c) Reduce workload and improving cost-effective services;
d) Enhance the flexibility and the versatility of air traffic control operations;
e) Improve ATS efficiency;
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Project Goal
The goals of TMCS Project are as follows:
a) The TMCS will be available within October 2014 ;
b) The Contingency/Training (CON/TRA) System will be installed prior to the other
component and will be available for training within August 2013 ;
c) For training purpose, The Computer Based Training (CBT) software will be available
prior to the start of the training;
d) Besides CON/TRA System, Nationwide Air Traffic Management System (NAS) will
be implemented in the first priority;
e) ATC and Technical Training course schedule will be synchronized with the
Installation plan of CON/TRA and Main Operation System (MOP). The training will
be completed prior to the Project Completion date at least sixty (60) days;
f) The Acceptance process of TMCS will include, at minimum, Factory Acceptance
Test (FAT), Training Function Test (TFT), Infrastructure Test (IFT), Functional Test
(FUT), Integration Test (ITT) and System Continuity Test (SCT) which are specified
in Clause 19: INSPECTIONS AND ACCEPTANCE OF GOODS of Tender
Document, Volume I Part II Section-C, Condition of Contract.
g) FUT is used for testing all of the equipment and functions of TMCS for each site
after system installation at each site is completed;
h) After system installation process and FUT at all sites are completed and satisfactory,
ITT will be performed to verify the harmonization and integration of all systems in
TMCS;
i)
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SCT is the process to ensure the reliability, availability and maintainability of TMCS.
The SCT duration is, at minimum, 90 days, and will be conducted after the ITT is
completed and satisfactory.
Implementation Plan
A draft comprehensive TMCS Project implementation and deployment plan from kick off
meeting until the final acceptance of the TMCS will be detailed but not limited to as follows:
a) Outline of work at each site.
b) System Configuration schedule: the number of proposed system design workshops,
schedule and agendas for each workshop.
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c) Any downtime/cut over time.
d) Installation.
e) Testing procedures and schedules.
f) Project Completion date.
g) Training plan including available of CON/TRA and all courses provided in Training
of Part 3, Support and After Sale Service.
h) Testing and activation plan of TMCS including System Functionality, etc.
i)
A Work Breakdown Structure, showing the work packages, responsibilities, and
expected duration. Each work package will be described with the input needed and
expected deliverables.
j)
Key risks and jeopardize to satisfactory project progress and how these will be
managed.
k) Methods to manage and control the work performed under the project.
l)
Method used to monitor internal communication and reporting.
m) Methods and procedures to manage Quality Control.
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Project Meeting
It is necessary for AEROTHAI to have meetings with Seller in every phases of project
implementation in order to ensure the project will achieve the goal. The meetings will
provide the Seller opportunities to update implementation progress, prevent any foreseen
problems, and review the project plan. The Tenderers will ensure that the proposed schedule
and implementation plan will include but not limited to the project meeting activities as
follows:
a) On-Site Kick-Off Meeting: The Seller will conduct an on-site Kick-Off meeting at
AEROTHAI head office in Bangkok, Thailand and have the Seller’s Project Manager
and Project Engineer attend such meeting. The meeting date will be set in relation to
the contract signing date. The Seller will have the opportunity to understand the
working environment, meet key personnel involved in the project, present their
proposed project implementation plan and schedule and review the project schedule.
b) System Design Review (SDR) Workshop: The Seller will conduct a SDR Workshop
at AEROTHAI head office in Bangkok, Thailand and having Seller's Project
Manager and Project Engineer attend such workshop. The convened date will be set
according to the latest reviewed version of Project Schedule. The SDR Workshop
will provide the Seller the opportunity to gather necessary information and
understand user expectations from system engineer and supervisor of each ATC unit
in order to ensure the design will achieve the requirement. The workshop will be
conducted until both parties accept final information for system development.
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c) Periodic Project Review Meeting: The Seller’s Project Manager will meet with the
AEROTHAI’s project coordinator for periodic project review meetings during
implementation to define the requirements for system readiness, implementation,
testing and documentations. Note that the Project Coordinator will require the last
updated implementation and testing plan agenda in seven (7) days prior the meeting.
d) System Startup Meeting and System Cutover Meeting: The Seller's Project Manager
will attend the startup of new system and be on-site with the implementation team to
assist the Cutover system.
e) Monthly Conference Calls: The Seller’s Project Manager will host monthly
conference calls with project key personnel during the design and implementation of
the new system to update AEROTHAI on the progress, system implementation plan,
development, testing and the project schedule.
f) On-Site Project Closing Meeting: The Seller will conduct after the completion of
system commissioning an on-site Project Closing Meeting at AEROTHAI head
office in Bangkok, Thailand and having Seller’s Project Manager and Project
Engineer attend such meeting. The Seller will have an opportunity to summarize the
activities, assist and recommend necessary issues which will be beneficial to
AEROTHAI service, pass on the final documents and provision items to
AEROTHAI.
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Cutover plan
The transition from a current system into TMCS is called cutover. The detailed process that
leads towards its successful implementation is known as cutover planning. The main
objective of a cutover plan is to minimize disruption.
The purpose of this task is to plan system cutover activities in the appropriate sequence, to
ensure that preparatory steps are complete and that the right people resources are available
when required. The cutover plan covers activities for setting up and initializing the system
environment.
It is important to keep in mind that as cutovers are not identical some new steps may need to
be included in order to deal with unique characteristics from AEROTHAI services.
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Quality Management Plan
Quality must always be planned into a project in order to prevent unnecessary rework, waste,
cost, and time. Quality should also be considered from both a product and process
perspective. The organization may already have a standardized approach to quality, however,
whether it is standard or not, the approach must be defined and communicated to all project
stakeholders.
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Project Management Plan
The TMCS Project implementation is complex and the success depends on the role of Seller.
Hence, Tenderer will design and implement a comprehensive and effective project planning
and management methodology together with efficient & reliable tools. The Seller will
commence the project management at the start of the Contract signing date and shall continue
till the completion of the project.
The project management plan must also describe the execution, management and control of
the project. This information can be provided by referencing other documents that will be
produced. The details of project plan are as follow:
a) The Tenderer will ensure that a full detailed project plan and management will
outlines the timeline, milestone and list of deliverables during the course of the
project.
b) The Tenderer will put in place a time schedule and phases to complete the required
tasks such as analysis, design, delivery, tests, commissioning and project closing. The
detail of reports to be produced at each phase of the schedule will be defined.
Proposal without a time schedule shall affect the Tenderer’s evaluation score.
c) All deliverables and documents will be delivered at the end of each phase will be
defined according to format in Appendix-1 of this PART.
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Risk management plan
The risk management plan should propose applicable and effective controls for managing the
risks. A good risk management plan should contain a schedule for control implementation
and responsible persons for those actions.
The stage immediately after completion of the risk assessment phase consists of preparing a
Risk Treatment Plan, which should document the decisions about how each of the identified
risks should be handled. Mitigation of risks often means selection of security controls, which
should be documented in a Statement of Applicability, which identifies which particular
control objectives and controls from the standard have been selected.
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Project Team
One of the important factors that would determine the success of the TMCS Project
implementation is the continuous availability of domain experts to the implementation team.
Tenderer will put together a team of domain experts with a minimum of 5 years of experience
in the air traffic management system who will work on this project.
The Tenderer will provide evidence of Project Team members on participation in previous
projects in the same domain and for the same services; such evidence must cover at least
three previous projects.
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Mandatory information tables to be filled by the Tenderer are presented in Appendix-2 of this
PART.
SECTION B
Project Schedule Requirements
The Tenderer shall propose a Project Schedule which takes the requirements outlined in item
3 - 10 above into account. The Tenderer shall propose and detail the following requirements
PRS-001
The Tenderer shall propose the implementation plan including the list of all [D]
deliverables that will be provided for each activity.
PRS-002
The Tenderer shall propose and detail project meeting plan including the list of all [D]
deliverables that will be submitted for each meeting.
PRS-003
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Cutover plan and process including the list of [D]
all deliverables that will be submitted at the end of each activity.
PRS-004
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Cutover expert team and their roles to [D]
support in the pre and the pose step of the cutover time.
PRS-005
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Quality Management plan and process [D]
including the list of all deliverables that will be submitted for each activity.
PRS-006
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Project Management methodology including [D]
the efficient and reliable tools for implement the project.
PRS-007
The Tenderer shall propose full detailed Project Management plan which outlines [D]
the timeline, milestone and list of deliverables to be submitted during the course of
the project.
PRS-008
The Tenderer shall submit their response in the mandatory information tables in [D]
Appendix-1 of this PART.
PRS-009
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Risk Management plan including the list of [D]
all deliverables that will be submitted for each activity.
PRS-010
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Risk Treatment plan including the list of all [D]
deliverables that will be submitted for each activity.
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The Tenderer shall propose and detail Quality Management plan including the list [D]
of all deliverables that will be submitted at the end of each activity.
PRS-012
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Installation plan and process including the [D]
list of all deliverables that will be submitted at the end of each activity.
PRS-013
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Training plan including the list of all [D]
deliverables that will be submitted at the end of each activity.
PRS-014
The Tenderer shall propose and detail System testing plan and process including the [D]
list of all deliverables after the end of each activity.
PRS-015
The Tenderer shall propose and detail project expert team and submit their [D]
response in mandatory information tables in Appendix-2 of this PART.
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SECTION C
Appendices
Appendix-1
PROJECT PLAN
(Details shall be detailed per phase)
Expected time frame for this project is …………( ) days
Phase of project
Deliverable
Example: Kick-off Report, Work (Implementation) Plan, and Time
Example: Implementation Plan Line
Review
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Appendix-2
TEAM PROFILE
(Details shall be detailed per person)
Items
Descriptions
Note
Name
Current Designation / Job Title
Current job responsibilities
Proposed Role in the Project
Proposed Responsibilities in the Project
Academic Qualifications:
 Degree
 Year of graduation
 Specialization (if any)
Professional Certifications (if any)
Number of years with the current company
Summary of the Professional / Domain Experience
Number of complete project implementations carried out
Past assignment details (For each assignment provide
details regarding name of organizations worked for,
designation, responsibilities)
Last project experience (provide only relevant projects)
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Project name
Client
Key project features in brief
Location of the project
Designation
Role
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SECTION A Introduction ..............................................................................................1 SECTION B System Description ...................................................................................2 1 System Architecture ............................................................................................2 1.1 Main Operation System (MOPS).............................................................................. 2 1.2 Contingency/Training System (CON/TRA)............................................................. 3 2 The Level of Contingency and Backup .............................................................5 2.1 Level-I : Redundancy Principles : ........................................................................... 5 2.2 Level-II : Fallback Processing System: .................................................................... 6 2.3 Level-III : Surveillance Direct Access :.................................................................... 6 2.4 Level-IV : Contingency System: ............................................................................... 6 2.5 Level-V : Independent Backup: ................................................................................ 8 3 Operational Context..........................................................................................10 3.1 Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network / Aeronautical
Telecommunication Network (AFTN/ATN):......................................................... 12 3.2 Flight Data Management Centre (FDMC): ........................................................... 12 3.3 MET Office: .............................................................................................................. 12 3.4 Adjacent ACCs: ....................................................................................................... 12 3.5 Regional Air Traffic Flow Management Unit (RATFMU): ................................. 12 3.6 Air Defense Units: .................................................................................................... 12 3.7 Military Towers: ...................................................................................................... 13 3.8 Bangkok Approach Control (BAPP): .................................................................... 13 3.9 Suvarnabhumi Airport (SBA) Local Tower :........................................................ 13 3.10 Don Muang Airport (DMA) Remote Tower:......................................................... 13 3.11 Airport Operator (AO):........................................................................................... 13 3.12 Bangkok Area Control Centre (BACC): ............................................................... 13 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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3.13 Bangkok Approach Control Centre (BAPC): ....................................................... 13 3.14 Remote Towers associated with BAPC: ................................................................. 14 3.15 Pilots connected to BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APCs, LTSs, RTSs :........................... 14 3.16 Chiang Mai Approach Control Centre - CMA APC: ........................................... 14 3.17 Chiang Mai Airport (CMA) Local Tower ............................................................. 14 3.18 Remote Towers associated with CMA APC: ......................................................... 14 3.19 Hat Yai Approach Control Centre - HTY APC:................................................... 14 3.20 Hat Yai Airport (HTY) Local Tower: .................................................................... 14 3.21 Remote Towers associated with HTY APC: .......................................................... 15 3.22 Phuket Approach Control Center - PUT APC: .................................................... 15 3.23 Phuket Airport (PUT) Local Tower: ...................................................................... 15 3.24 Remote Towers associated with PUT APC:........................................................... 15 3.25 Phitsanulok Approach Control Center - PSL APC: ............................................. 15 3.26 Phitsanulok Airport (PSL) Local Tower: .............................................................. 15 3.27 Remote Towers associated with PSL APC: ........................................................... 15 3.28 Hua Hin Approach Control Centre – HHN APP:................................................. 16 3.29 Hua Hin Airport (HHN) Local Tower: .................................................................. 16 4 Intersystem Connection ....................................................................................16 4.1 Data Integrity and Security..................................................................................... 16 4.2 The NAS MOPS ....................................................................................................... 17 4.3 APPS ......................................................................................................................... 24 4.4 Local Tower System (LTS) / Remote Tower System (RTS) ................................. 28 5 Operator Roles and Workstations ...................................................................37 5.1 BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APPs, CON/TRA ................................................................ 37 5.2 Towers ....................................................................................................................... 52 6 6.1 Site Information and Network Infrastructure................................................59 Site Information ....................................................................................................... 59 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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6.2 7 Network Infrastructure ........................................................................................... 75 The Planned Workstation Quantities ..............................................................79 7.1 Nationwide Air Traffic Management System (NAS): ........................................... 80 7.2 BAPP System:........................................................................................................... 81 7.3 Air Defense Units ..................................................................................................... 82 7.4 CMA APP System: ................................................................................................... 82 7.5 HTY APP System:.................................................................................................... 83 7.6 PUT APP System: .................................................................................................... 84 7.7 PSL APP System: ..................................................................................................... 85 7.8 HHN APP System: ................................................................................................... 86 7.9 Tower System: .......................................................................................................... 86 7.10 Additional requirements for workstations: ........................................................... 90 8 The Voice Communication and Control System (VCCS)..............................95 8.1 VCCS Workstation Facilities .................................................................................. 97 8.2 Radio Part ................................................................................................................. 98 8.3 Telephone Part ......................................................................................................... 98 8.4 Technical Control Unit (TCU) ................................................................................ 99 8.5 Radio Function ......................................................................................................... 99 8.6 Telephone Function ............................................................................................... 102 8.7 Other Functions ..................................................................................................... 103 8.8 GPS Master Clock.................................................................................................. 103 8.9 Power Supply .......................................................................................................... 103 8.10 Cabling and Interfacing System ........................................................................... 104 8.11 Fallback VCCS ....................................................................................................... 104 8.12 CON/TRA VCCS ................................................................................................... 105 8.13 System Capacity ..................................................................................................... 105 8.14 Digital Voice Recorder & Replay System (DVR) ................................................ 106 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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9 System Functionalities ....................................................................................109 9.1 Surveillance Data Processing ................................................................................ 111 9.2 Flight Data Processing ........................................................................................... 117 9.3 Safety Nets .............................................................................................................. 125 9.4 Monitoring Aids ..................................................................................................... 128 9.5 Medium-Term Conflict Detections ....................................................................... 130 9.6 Airspace Organization and Management ............................................................ 133 9.7 Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA) Coordination ..................................................... 133 9.8 Demand and Capacity Balancing ......................................................................... 134 9.9 Air Traffic Flow Management .............................................................................. 134 9.10 Traffic Synchronization......................................................................................... 135 9.11 Arrival Manager .................................................................................................... 135 9.12 Departure Manager ............................................................................................... 135 9.13 Controller Pilot Data Link Communication ........................................................ 136 9.14 Air Situation Recording and Replay .................................................................... 137 9.15 Data Analysis .......................................................................................................... 139 9.16 Aeronautical Information Management .............................................................. 139 9.17 Time Management ................................................................................................. 139 9.18 CWS HMI ............................................................................................................... 140 9.19 FDO HMI ................................................................................................................ 143 9.20 Data Set Management............................................................................................ 144 9.21 Network Management System .............................................................................. 146 9.22 Control and Monitoring System ........................................................................... 146 9.23 Contingency/Training System ............................................................................... 148 9.24 Computer Based Training Software .................................................................... 151 9.25 Tower Surveillance Data Processing .................................................................... 155 9.26 Tower Flight Data Processing ............................................................................... 160 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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9.27 10 Tower Controller Workstation(T-CWS) ............................................................. 162 Technical Characteristic .................................................................................168 10.1 Workstations Characteristic ................................................................................. 168 10.2 Server Computer .................................................................................................... 172 10.3 Printers.................................................................................................................... 172 10.4 Console .................................................................................................................... 172 10.5 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) ......................................... 174 10.6 Performance and Capacity.................................................................................... 175 10.7 Design Principles .................................................................................................... 176 10.8 Uninterrupted Power Supply ................................................................................ 179 SECTION C Provisional Requirements....................................................................193 1 System Architecture Submittal ......................................................................193 2 The Level of Contingency and Backup Submittal........................................197 3 Intersystem Connection Submittal ................................................................200 4 Operator Roles and Workstations Submittal ...............................................202 5 Site Information and Network Infrastructure Submittal............................206 5.1 Network Infrastructure ......................................................................................... 206 6 The Planned Workstation Quantities Submittal ..........................................209 7 The Voice Communication and Control System (VCCS) Submittal ..........211 8 System Functionalities Submittal ..................................................................220 8.1 Surveillance Data Processing ................................................................................ 220 8.2 Flight Data Processing ........................................................................................... 228 8.3 Safety Net ................................................................................................................ 230 8.4 Monitoring Aids ..................................................................................................... 233 8.5 Medium-Term Conflict Detection ........................................................................ 235 8.6 Airspace Organization and Management ............................................................ 235 8.7 Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA) Coordination ..................................................... 236 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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8.8 Demand and Capacity Balancing ......................................................................... 236 8.9 Air Traffic Flow Management .............................................................................. 237 8.10 Traffic Synchronization......................................................................................... 238 8.11 Arrival Manager .................................................................................................... 238 8.12 Departure Manager ............................................................................................... 239 8.13 Controller Pilot Data Link Communication ........................................................ 240 8.14 Air Situation Recording and Replay .................................................................... 240 8.15 Data Analysis .......................................................................................................... 242 8.16 Aeronautical Information Management .............................................................. 243 8.17 Time Management ................................................................................................. 243 8.18 CWS HMI ............................................................................................................... 244 8.19 FDO HMI ................................................................................................................ 247 8.20 Data Set Management............................................................................................ 247 8.21 Network Management System .............................................................................. 249 8.22 Control and Monitoring System ........................................................................... 249 8.23 Contingency/Training System ............................................................................... 250 8.24 Computer Based Training Software .................................................................... 252 8.25 Tower Surveillance Data Processing .................................................................... 253 8.26 Tower Flight Data Processing ............................................................................... 254 8.27 Tower Controller Workstation (T-CWS) ............................................................ 255 9 Technical Characteristic Submittal ...............................................................257 9.1 Workstations Characteristic ................................................................................. 257 9.2 Server Computer .................................................................................................... 260 9.3 Printers.................................................................................................................... 260 9.4 Console .................................................................................................................... 260 9.5 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) ......................................... 261 9.6 Performance and Capacity.................................................................................... 262 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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Abbreviation
A01
A02
A03
A04
A05
A06
A07
A08
A09
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
ACC
ACID
ADEXP
ADF
ADS-B
AFL
AFTN
AGDL
AIDC
AIM
AIMS
AMAN
AMHS
AO
AoI
AOM
FullName
New Operation Building, FL02
CON/TRA Building, FL01
Operation Building (ATC Complex), FL05
CON/TRA Building, FL03
Operation Building, FL02
Operation Building, FL02
Operation Building, FL01
ADM Building, FL02
Operation Building, FL01
ADM Building, FL03
Operation Building, FL05
AFL Building, FL01
Operation Building, FL02
Operation Building, FL06
Operation Building, FL05
Operation Building, FL03
Operation Building, FL06
Area Control Centre
Aircraft Identification
ATS Data Exchange Presentation
Air Defense Operator
Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast
Air Field Lighting System
Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network
Air-Ground Data Link System
ATS Inter facility Data Communication
Aeronautical Information Management
Airport Information Management System
Arrival Manager
Aeronautical Message Handling System
Airport Operator
area of interest
Airspace Organization and Management function
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AoR
AOs
APM
APP
APP IBS
APPS
APW
ARO
ASD
ASM
A-SMGCS
ATA
ATC
ATD
ATFM
ATFMU
ATM
ATN
ATS
AUP
BACC
BADA
BAO
BAPC
BAPP
CATIS
CBT
CCMS
CDC
CDM
CDR’s
CIFDPS
CMA
CMA APC
CMAC
FullName
Area(s) of responsibility
Airport Operators
Approach Path Monitoring
Approach Control
APP Independent Backup System
Approach Control Systems (BAPP, CMA, HTY, PUT, PSL, HHN)
Area Proximity Warning
Aeronautical Reporting Office
Air Situation Display
Airspace Manager
Advance Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems
Actual Time of Arrival
Air Traffic Controller
Actual Time of Departure
Air Traffic Flow Management
Air Traffic Flow Management Unit
Air Traffic Management
Aeronautical Telecommunication Network
Air Traffic Services
Airspace Use Plans
Bangkok Area Control Centre
EUROCONTROL BAse of Aircraft Data
Bay Allocation Operator
Bangkok Approach Control Centre
Bangkok Approach Control
Computerized Automatic Terminal Information System
Computer Based Training
Central CNS/ATM Monitoring System
Clearance Delivery
Collaboration Decision Making
Conditional Routes
Central Initial Flight Data Processing System
Chiangmai Airport
Chiangmai Approach Control Centre
Civil Military Airspace Coordinator
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CMS
CMWS
COF
CON
CON/TRA
COR
COTS
CPDLC
CRAM
CTA
CWS
DA
DAA
DAWS
DCB
DDN
DMA
DMAN
DSM
DSO
DSWS
DVR
EC
EO
EOBT
EPT
ETA
ETOT
FAO
FDD
FDDWS
FDMC
FDO
FDP
FDWS
FullName
Control and Monitoring System
Control and Monitoring Workstation
Control Feature
Contingency
Contingency/Training System
Coordinator
commercial off-the-shelf
Controller Pilot Data Link Communication
Conditional Route Availability Messages
Control Time of Arrival
Controller Workstation
Direct Access
Data Analysis
Data Analysis Workstation
Demand and Capacity Balancing
digital Data Network
Don Muang Airport
Departure Manager
Data Set Management
Data Set Operator
Data Set Workstation
Digital Voice Recorder & Replay System
Executive Controller
Evaluation Operator
Estimated Off-Block Time
Estimated Parking Time
Estimated Time of Arrival
Estimate Take Off Time
Flight Announcement Operator
Flight Data Display
Flight Data Display Workstation
Flight Data Management Center
Flight Data Operator
Flight Data Processing
Flight Data Workstation
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FIS
FISL
FMC
FMM
FPL
FSDP
F-SDPS
FTI
FUA
GDF
GND
GSD
HFDS
HHN
HHN APC
HMI
HTY
HTY APC
IA
IBS
ID
KRT
LCL
LRU
LTS
MDF
MET
MIB
MIL
MIT
MLAT
MONA
MOPS
MRT
MSA
FullName
Flight Information Service
Flight Information Specialist
Bangkok Air Traffic Flow Management Unit Planner / Coordinator
Bangkok Air Traffic Flow Management Unit Manager
Flight Plan
Fallback Surveillance Data Processing
Fallback Surveillance Data Processing System
Free Text Insert
Flexible Use of Airspace
Guidance Feature
Ground Controller
Ground Situation Display
Human Factor Design Standard
Hua Hin Airport
Hua Hin Approach Control Centre
Human Machine Interface
Hat Yai Airport
Hat-yai Approach Control Centre
Indirect Access
Independent Backup System
identification
Nakhon Ratchasima Airport
Local Controller
Line Replaceable Unit
Local Tower Systems
main distribution frame
Meteorological
Management Information Base
Military Tower Operator
Miles-In-Trail
Multi Lateration Surveillance System
Monitoring Aids function
Main Operation System
Multi Radar Tracking
Multi-Sector Area
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MSAW
MSDP
M-SDPS
Msg.
MSP
MTBF
MTCD
MTN
MTTR
NAS
NAS IBS
NMS
NMWS
OFBL
ONBL
OPS
OPSUP
PABX
PC
PSL
PSL APC
PSP
PSPWS
PSR
PSN
PSTN
PTT
PUT
PUT APC
QNH
QoS
RAID
RAM
RATFM
RATFMU
FullName
Minimum Safe Altitude Warning
Main Surveillance Data Processing
Main Surveillance Data Processing System
Messages
Multi sector Planner Controller
Mean Time Between Failures
Medium Term Conflict Detection function
Maintenance Engineer
Mean Time To Repair
Nationwide Air Traffic Management System
Nationwide Air Traffic Management Independent Backup System
Network Management System
Network Management Workstation
Off Block
On Block
Operational
Operational Supervisor
Private Automatic Branch Exchange
Planner Controller
Phitsanulok Airport
Phitsanulok Approach Control Centre
Pseudo Pilot
Pseudo Pilot Workstation
Primary Surveillance Radar
Parking Stand Number
Public Switched Telephone Network
Push-to-talk
Phuket Airport
Phuket Approach Control Centre
The barometric pressure
Quality of Service
Redundant Array of Independent Disks
Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability
Regional Air Traffic Flow Management System
Regional Air Traffic Flow Management Unit
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RDBMS
REC
REC/REP
REP
RLIM
RMON
RPF
RPLs
RTS
SBA
SDP
SDPS
SFPL
SID
SMC
SMM
SNMP
SPI
SSR
STAR
STCA
STS
SUF
SUR
TA
TACTSUP
TBS
T-CMS
TCU
T-CWS
T-DSM
T-DSO
TECH
TECHSUP
TED
FullName
Relational Database Management System
Recording
Recording and Replay
Replay
radio line interface module
Remote Network MONitoring
Route Planning Feature
Repetitive Flight Plans
Remote Tower System
Suvanabhumi Airport
Surveillance Data Processing
Surveillance Data Processing System
System Flight Plan
Standard Instrument Departure
System Monitoring & Control
System Maintenance Manual
Simple Network Management Protocol
Special Position Indication code
Secondary Surveillance Radar
Standard Arrival Route
Short Term Conflict Alert
Static Transfer Switch
Surveillance Feature
Surat Thani Airport
Transition Altitude
Tactical Supervisor
Time Based Spacing
Tower Control and Monitoring System
Technical Control Unit
Tower Controller Workstation
Tower Dataset Management
Tower Dataset Operator
technical staff
Technical Supervisor
Touch Entry Device
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TED panel
TEFS
TEG
T-EO
T-FDO
TFDP
TL
TLIM
TM
TMA
TMC
TMCS
TMCWS
T-MTN
T-NMS
TP
TRA
TRAs
TRN
TRS
TS
TSAs
TSAT
TSDP
T-TACTSUP
TTOT
TWR-CMS
UBL
UDN
UPS
UTC
UUP
VCCS
VLAN
WAM
FullName
Touch Entry Device Panel
Tower Electronic Flight Strip
Traffic and Event Generator
Tower Evaluation Officer
Tower Flight Data Operator
Tower Flight Data Processing
Transition Level
telephone line interface module
time management
Terminal Control Area
Training Mission Control
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Training Mission Control Workstation
Tower Maintenance Engineer
Tower Network Management System
Trajectory Prediction
Training
Temporary Reserved Areas
Trainee
Time Reference System
Traffic Synchronization
Temporary Segregated Areas
Target Start Up Approval Time
Tower Surveillance Data Processing function
Tower Tactical Supervisor
target take-off time
Tower Control and Monitoring System
Ubon Ratchathani Airport
Udon Thani Airport
Uninterrupted Power Supply
Coordinated Universal Time
Updated Airspace Use Plans
Voice Communication and Control System
Virtual LAN
Wide Area MLAT
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WAN
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wide area network
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List of Figures
Figure 1 TMCS’ System Architecture ............................................................................................. 4 Figure 2 Concept of Contingency & Backup Level I – Level IV .................................................... 5 Figure 3 Connections between NAS CON/TRA and other systems in Contingency Mode ............ 8 Figure 4 Connections between NAS IBS and other systems in case of Disaster Situation ............. 9 Figure 5 Operational Context of TMCS ........................................................................................ 11 Figure 6 Intersystem Connections of the NAS MOPS .................................................................. 18 Figure 7 Intersystem Connection Context Diagram for the APPS MOPS..................................... 25 Figure 8 Tower System Context Diagram (System Capabilities Level III and IV) ....................... 31 Figure 9 Tower System Context Diagram (System Capabilities Level I and II) ........................... 36 Figure 10 Network Diagram (System Capabilities Level III and IV) ............................................ 75 Figure 11 VCCS composition at each site ..................................................................................... 95 Figure 12 VCCS Composition of NAS. ......................................................................................... 96 Figure 13 VCCS Composition of APP System .............................................................................. 97 Figure 14 Simplified Configuration of Local and Remote Radio Stations for NAS .................. 101 Figure 15 Simplified Configuration of Local and Remote Radio Stations for APP System. ...... 102 Figure 16 The Breakdown of TMCS Feature .............................................................................. 110 Figure 17 Conceptual diagram of full UPS configuration ........................................................... 187 Figure 18 Conceptual diagram of half UPS configuration........................................................... 188 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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Table 1 NAS MOPS Intersystem Interface Description ................................................................ 19 Table 2 NAS MOPS – AMHS Information Exchange Description ............................................... 20 Table 3 NAS MOPS – CIFDPS Information Exchange Description ............................................. 20 Table 4 NAS MOPS – AGDL Systems Information Exchange Description ................................ 21 Table 5 NAS MOPS – Surveillance Systems Information Exchange Description ........................ 22 Table 6 NAS MOPS – Adjacent ACC ATM System Information Exchange Description ............ 22 Table 7 NAS MOPS – RATFM Information Exchange Description ............................................ 22 Table 8 NAS MOPS – MET System Information Exchange Description ..................................... 24 Table 9 NAS MOPS – CCMS Information Exchange Description ............................................... 24 Table 10 NAS MOPS – Other Systems Information Exchange Description ................................. 24 Table 11 APPS Intersystem Interface Description ........................................................................ 26 Table 12 Tower System Intersystem Interface Description ........................................................... 32 Table 13 Tower System – Surveillance Systems Information Exchange Description ................... 33 Table 14 Tower System – AIMS Information Exchange Description ........................................... 33 Table 15 Tower System – AFL System Information Exchange Description ................................. 34 Table 16 Tower System – CATIS System Information Exchange Description ............................. 34 Table 17 Tower System – NAVAID System Information Exchange Description ........................ 34 Table 18 Mapping Table to support Operator Role of BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APPs, CON/TRA . 39 Table 19 Mapping Table to support Operator Role of Towers ...................................................... 54 Table 20 Summary of Tung Mahamek Site Information ............................................................... 60 Table 21 Summary of CMA APP Site Information ....................................................................... 62 Table 22 Summary of HTY APP Site Information ........................................................................ 64 Table 23 Summary of PUT APP Site Information ........................................................................ 66 Table 24 Summary of PSL APP Site Information ......................................................................... 68 Table 25 Summary of HHN APP Site Information ....................................................................... 70 Table 26 Summary of BAPP Site Information .............................................................................. 72 Table 27 Network Connection Description ................................................................................... 77 Table 28 Network Connection Description for Other Remote Towers ......................................... 78 Table 29 Communication Media Infrastructure between buildings ............................................... 79 Table 30 List of workstation quantities for NAS MOPS ............................................................... 80 Table 31 List of workstation quantities for NAS CON/TRA ........................................................ 81 Table 32 List of workstation quantities for BAPP MOPS ............................................................. 81 Table 33 List of workstation quantities for BAPP CON/TRA ...................................................... 82 Table 34 List of workstation quantities for Air Defense Units ...................................................... 82 Table 35 List of workstation quantities for CMA APP MOPS ...................................................... 83 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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Table 36 List of workstation quantities for CMA APP CON/TRA ............................................... 83 Table 37 List of workstation quantities for HTY APP MOPS....................................................... 83 Table 38 List of workstation quantities for HTY APP CON/TRA ................................................ 84 Table 39 List of workstation quantities for PUT APP MOPS ....................................................... 84 Table 40 List of workstation quantities for PUT APP CON/TRA................................................. 85 Table 41 List of workstation quantities for PSL APP MOPS ........................................................ 85 Table 42 List of workstation quantities for PSL APP CON/TRA ................................................. 85 Table 43 List of workstation quantities for HHN APP MOPS ...................................................... 86 Table 44 List of workstation quantities for HHN APP CON/TRA ............................................... 86 Table 45 List of workstation quantities for Level-1 Tower System .............................................. 87 Table 46 List of workstation quantities for Level-II Tower System .............................................. 87 Table 47 List of workstation quantities for Level-III Tower System ............................................ 88 Table 48 List of workstation quantities for Level-IV - SBA LTS ................................................. 89 Table 49 List of workstation quantities for Level-IV - SBA Emergency Tower System .............. 89 Table 50 List of workstation quantities for Level-IV - DMA RTS ............................................... 90 Table 51 List of workstation quantities for Level-IV - DMA Emergency Tower System ............ 90 Table 52 Workstation Quantities of NAS IBS ............................................................................... 94 Table 53 Workstation Quantities of APP IBS ............................................................................... 94 Table 54 UPSs for Tung Mahamek system and their respective loads ........................................ 180 Table 55 Summary of UPS Details at Tung Mahamek Site......................................................... 180 Table 56 UPSs for CMA APP System, HTY APP System, and PUT APP System and their
respective loads ............................................................................................................................ 181 Table 57 Summary of UPS Details at Chiang Mai Site, Hat Yai Site, and Phuket Site .............. 181 Table 58 UPSs for PSL APP System and HHN APP System and their respective loads ............ 182 Table 59 Summary of UPS Details at Phitsanulok Site and Hua Hin Site .................................. 182 Table 60 UPSs for BAPP System and its respective loads .......................................................... 183 Table 61 Summary of UPS Details at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site .............................................. 183 Table 62 UPSs for DMA RTS and their respective loads ............................................................ 184 Table 63 Summary of UPS Details at Don Muang Airport Site .................................................. 184 Table 64 UPSs for Samui Airport RTS, Udon Thani Airport RTS, and Nakhon Si Thamarat
Airport RTS and their respective loads ........................................................................................ 185 Table 65 Summary of UPS Details at Samui Airport Site, Udon Thani Airport Site, and Nakhon
Si Thamarat Airport Site .............................................................................................................. 185 Table 66 UPSs for each of Category II Airport RTS and their respective loads ......................... 185 Table 67 Summary of UPS Details at each of Category Level-II Airport Sites .......................... 185 Table 68 Technical Specification for 3-phase UPS System......................................................... 191 Table 69 Technical Specification for Static Transfer Switch ...................................................... 192 Part 2: 2.1 Scope of Technical Specifications
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SECTION A
Introduction
Thailand Modernization CNS/ATM System (TMCS) is an automation system under the
modernization of Thailand Air Traffic Management (ATM) System Project. TMCS
offers an efficient and flexible ATM system in order to meet expected growth in traffic
and also to provide support for AEROTHAI’s air traffic management.
The main objective of Volume II is to describe TMCS in technical details. This volume
specifies guideline information and all requirements, both essential and desirable, to be
used as a reference for implementation of TMCS. The requirements consist of TMCS’
operational, functional and capacity requirements, hardware and software requirements,
and services requirements for commissioning the TMCS. Each requirement statement is
classified and labeled as:
a) Essential requirement specification [E];
b) Desirable requirement specification [D];
Section B contains guideline information for TMCS. The information includes, for
examples, System Architecture, the level of Contingency and Backup, Site Information,
etc. All statements within this chapter are for Tenderers’ information only.
Section C specifies all relevant issues related to Provisional Requirements of TMCS for
Tenderers to propose their solutions using guideline information from Section B.
Section D contains all appendixes.
Furthermore, in this document, Section B explains the full scope of TMCS while Section
C and D specify the required scope of the system which Tenderers have to propose. In
the future, the Tenderer-proposed system (as described following Section C and D) will
be the foundation system on which AEROTHAI will be able to expand to cover the full
scope as described in Section B without any software modification on the proposed
system.
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System Description
System Architecture
The system architecture of TMCS, including all systems situated at various sites across
Thailand and their logical connections, is conceptually depicted in Figure 1. The
architecture comprises forty nine (49) systems as follows:
a) One (1) Nationwide Air Traffic Management System (NAS): NAS support the
operation of BACC/ BAPC. Meanwhile, NAS will be center for nationwide flight
plan database. The system will be situated at AEROTHAI Headquarter.
b) One (1) Nationwide Air Traffic Management Independent Backup System (NAS
IBS): NAS IBS will be established as the backup system for NAS in case of
Disaster Situation at the NAS. The location of NAS IBS will be at AEROTHAI
Headquarter.
c) Six (6) Approach Control (APP) Systems: The APP System should support the
operation of BAPP, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PSL APC, and HHN
APC.
d) One (1) APP Independent Backup System (APP IBS): APP IBS will be the
backup system for any APP System. This IBS can be configured to overcome
the operation of any APP systems.
e) Forty (40) tower systems: There are six (6) Local Tower Systems (LTS), thirty
(30) Remote Tower Systems (RTS) for remote towers at airports and four (4)
RTS for Military towers: The tower system supports the operation of Aerodrome
Control at its corresponding airport.
Major System Component
NAS and APP System comprise two (2) major system components as follows:
1.1
Main Operation System (MOPS)
MOPS is the main system supporting controllers’ operation in the TMCS
environment and is capable of handling future traffic growth whilst reducing
workload and improving cost-efficiency. To achieve those objectives, the MOPS
must be flexible in order to utilize staff resources more efficiently, an example being
the reduction of active controllers at certain times by merging areas of responsibility
for positions during low traffic situations whilst getting a higher level of automated
support during peak traffic scenarios.
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The MOPS consists of various systems and possesses many capabilities in order to
support different operation services such as en-route control service and approach
control service.
For example, Data Processing System (Server), Voice
Communication and Control System (VCCS), and End System (clients, printers,
etc.), etc. are part of MOPS.
Data Processing System is the heart of the MOPS. The system consists of many
functions such as flight data processing function, surveillance data processing
function, arrival management function, departure management function, flexible use
of airspace function, etc.
Communication is a vital part of the MOPS. A main VCCS, supported by a fall-back
VCCS, will be incorporated along with other vital systems e.g. Digital Voice
Recorder & Replay System (DVR), Time Reference System (TRS), System
Monitoring & Control (SMC) etc.
1.2
Contingency/Training System (CON/TRA)
The Contingency/Training System (CON/TRA) is an integrated design solution in
support of the contingency and the training mission. The CON/TRA will be able to
operate in two modes: CON Mode and TRA Mode. Both modes of operation should
utilize the same hardware package. The CON Mode-Software is a copy of the MOPS
software and it is completely separated from the TRA Mode-Software.
By launching a specific mode, the CON Mode or the TRA Mode on the respective
server pack or in dual-boot, it configures feeds and interacts with the appropriate End
Systems as configured by pre-set settings. Common components for both modes of
the CON/TRA are VCCS, End Systems, etc.
The CON/TRA synchronizes all information with the MOPS at all time regardless of
its mode of operation. Once the contingency situation occurs, the CON/TRA will be
ready for operation as quickly as possible (e.g. less than 15 minutes) regardless of its
mode of operation. The CON/TRA will be designed such that maintenance engineer
can perform switch-over from MOPS to CON/TRA as easy as possible. The
CON/TRA connects to the MOPS within 5 Km. radius distance.
After the contingency situation passes and, the MOPS must synchronize with the
CON/TRA to update the information. Once the update completes, then the MOPS is
able to be utilized again.
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BACC/BAPC
NAS
NAS IBS
Emergency
System
BAPP System
BAPP
RTS
Main Operation
System (MOPS)
Main Operation System
(MOPS)
MOPS
SBA
LTS
BAPP/APC
Sync.
Sync.
Aerodrome
Control
Towers
BAPP
Sync.
Remote Tower
Systems
BACC/BAPC
APP IBS
SBA
LTS
CON/TRA
CON/TRA
Main Operation
System (MOPS)
BAPP
RTS
Aerodrome
Control
Towers
CMA APC
MOPS*
Sync
HTY APC
CON/TRA*
MOPS*
Sync
PUT APC
CON/TRA*
* Able to Relocate
* Able to Relocate
CMA APP System
HTY APP System
MOPS*
Sync
CON/TRA*
MOPS*
* Able to Relocate
PUT APP System
Sync
CON/TRA*
* Able to Relocate
PSL APP System
MOPS*
Sync
CON/TRA*
* Able to Relocate
HHN APP System
CMA
LTS
HTY
LTS
PUT
LTS
PSL
LTS
HHN
LTS
CMA
RTSs
HTY
RTSs
PUT
RTSs
PSL
RTSs
HHN
RTSs
Aerodrome Control
Towers
Aerodrome Control
Towers
Aerodrome Control
Towers
Aerodrome Control
Towers
Aerodrome Control
Towers
Figure 1 TMCS’ System Architecture
HHN APC
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The Level of Contingency and Backup
The capability of contingency and backup for TMCS is conceptualized into five (5) levels
corresponding to levels of situations. Figure 2 displays the relationship between different
components with regards to contingency & backup level from level-I to level-IV. The
details of each level are described as follow:
Figure 2 Concept of Contingency & Backup Level I – Level IV
2.1
Level-I : Redundancy Principles :
All servers and internal network in the system have, at minimum, been duplicated
and operate simultaneously. When one server in the pair fails to function, the other
server takes over immediately without any interruption to the operation of air traffic
controllers.
The network is also implemented using dual redundant network equipments. This
will interconnect every End System to every Server using two independent paths.
Failure of one link will be automatically detected, and operation is switched over to
the functioning network.
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For TMCS, all systems’ servers, with the exception of CON/TRA’s servers, in the
scope of this project will be duplicated and operate simultaneously. Furthermore, all
systems in the scope of this project will achieve the dual redundant network
capability.
2.2
Level-II : Fallback Processing System:
The Fallback Processing System is another system running in parallel with the Main
Processing System. It comprises, at minimum, the Fallback Surveillance Data
Processing System (F-SDPS). As the name implies, the F-SDPS acts as the fallback
mechanism when the Main Surveillance Data Processing System (M-SDPS) fails.
Users can choose the F-SDPS at any time without interruption to their operation.
Moreover, to ensure protection from software anomaly failure, F-SDPS will use
different software algorithm from the M-SDPS.
For TMCS, the NAS, the NAS IBS, the APP IBS, the BAPP System, the CMA APP
System, the HTY APP System, the PUT APP System, the PSL APP System, and the
HHN APP System, will achieve this level-II.
2.3
Level-III : Surveillance Direct Access :
This Surveillance Direct Access supports the situation when all duplicated
Surveillance Data Processing System (SDPS) fail unexpectedly. The system will be
able to provide direct surveillance information. Surveillance Direct Access enables
appropriate End System to display Surveillance Track information directly without
utilizing Multi Radar Tracking (MRT) function of SDPS.
Surveillance Direct Access allows user to choose and display surveillance track
coming from any surveillance sources at any time without interruption to their
operation.
For TMCS, the NAS, the NAS IBS, the APP IBS, the BAPP System, the CMA APP
System, the HTY APP System, the PUT APP System, the PSL APP System, and the
HHN APP System, will achieve this level-III.
2.4
Level-IV : Contingency System:
The CON/TRA synchronizes information with the MOPS at all time. The CON/TRA
in Contingency Mode (CON Mode) will operate in place of MOPS; therefore, it will
have connections to all input interfaces the same as MOPS.
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For example, all systems, which have been connected to the NAS MOPS e.g. 1) APP
Systems and 2) Remote Tower Systems (RTS), will switch to connect to the NAS
CON/TRA in CON Mode instead.
Figure 3 displays the concept of the switch-over from the NAS MOPS to NAS
CON/TRA in contingency situation. The dashed arrows represent the connections
between NAS MOPS and other systems (APP System and RTS). In CON Mode, the
bold arrows represent connections between CON/TRA and other systems (APP
System and RTS).
RTSs
LTS
APP System
CON/TRA
APP System
NAS
CON/TRA
NAS MOPS
RTSs
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Figure 3 Connections between NAS CON/TRA and other systems in Contingency Mode
For TMCS, the NAS, the BAPP System, the CMA APP System, the HTY APP
System, the PUT APP System, the PSL APP System, and the HHN APP System, will
achieve this level-IV.
2.5
Level-V : Independent Backup:
Normally, in the Contingency Situation of NAS, it is assumed that air traffic
controllers can still operate at the AEROTHAI Headquarter. In case of Disaster
Situation, it is envisaged that air traffic controllers will not be able to operate at
AEROTHAI Headquarter and must be evacuated. Another Disaster Situation may
imply that access to AEROTHAI Headquarter has been severely restricted and
normal operations can not take place. Therefore, it is necessary to prepare another
backup system for the NAS to handle Disaster Situation. This backup system is
called NAS IBS and will be implemented in a remote location further away from
AEROTHAI Headquarter in the future.
The same principle applies to all APP Systems, therefore, APP IBS is needed for
Disaster Situation for all APP Systems. This APP IBS will be able to operate in place
of any APP MOPS including BAPP MOPS, CMA APP MOPS, HTY APP MOPS,
PUT APP MOPS, PSL APP MOPS and HHN APP MOPS one at a time.
Figure 4 shows connection between the NAS IBS and various related-systems in the
Disaster Situation. The bold arrow lines depict connection in the Disaster Situation
while the dashed arrow lines depict connection in normal situation.
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RTSs
LTS
APP System
CON/TRA
APP System
NAS MOPS
NAS IBS MOPS
NAS CON/TRA
RTSs
Figure 4 Connections between NAS IBS and other systems in case of Disaster Situation
The NAS IBS, should have the same hardware and software licenses to cover the
quantities of Servers and network capabilities for the operation of NAS MOPS.
Since the APP IBS will operate in place of any APP Systems, it will also have
enough hardware to perform as such. Therefore, in the current configuration, the
APP IBS will have, at minimum, the hardware covering quantities of Servers and
network capabilities at BAPP MOPS, which has the highest quantities of hardware
among APP System.
The APP IBS will be able to operate in many modes to support APP system such as
CMA APP Mode, HTY APP Mode, etc. All modes of operation should utilize the
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same hardware package. The software for each mode is a copy of its corresponding
MOPS software such as CMA APP Mode is a copy of CMA APP MOPS.
By launching a specific mode, on the respective server pack or in multi-boot, it
configures feeds and interacts with the appropriate End Systems as configured by
pre-set settings.
At the present, both IBSs do not require any End System hardware. AEROTHAI can
procure end system hardware and use them for both IBSs without any software
modification on both systems.
In summary, for TMCS, the NAS will achieve this level-V using NAS IBS. All APP
Systems will also have another IBS to achieve level-5 – using APP IBS.
3
Operational Context
This section emphasizes on the interaction within TMCS’ many Operators. It also
explains interaction between TMCS’ operators and other related operators.
Related Operators can be categorized into two groups:
a) Direct supporting Operators: These Operators include both AEROTHAI’s
internal Operators and external Operators (Air defense Units, Military Towers).
b) Operator coordinating with TMCS but not under the scope of TMCS: These
Operators need coordination mechanism with TMCS and some may require
TMCS to adjust its external interface, e.g. Airport Operators (AOs), Adjacent
ACCs.
Figure 5 describes the operational context of TMCS
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Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network / Aeronautical
Telecommunication Network (AFTN/ATN):
The BACC/BAPC operation will exchange relevant information with external users
using both AFTN and ATN.
3.2
Flight Data Management Centre (FDMC):
AEROTHAI has implemented the FDMC to manage the flight data received through
different means such as AMHS, etc. The BACC/BAPC operation will then exchange
relevant information with FDMC.
The underlying system supporting FDMC operation is Central Initial Flight Data
Processing System (CIFDPS). The responsibilities of CIFDPS are as follow:
3.3

Act as data repository for terminated FPL data and system FPL data for statistical
and billing purposes.

Act as data repository for all system track data for statistical and billing purposes.
MET Office:
The BACC/BAPC operation will coordinate with MET office to receive
meteorological information/data.
3.4
Adjacent ACCs:
The BACC/BAPC operation will coordinate with Adjacent ACCs. If an Adjacent
ACC possesses ATM systems, the BACC/BAPC operation should be encouraged to
coordinate with the ATM systems using ground-ground data communication.
3.5
Regional Air Traffic Flow Management Unit (RATFMU):
RATFMU operates as an air traffic flow management for the BKK FIR, and in the
future, RATFMU may operate as regional air traffic flow management for the
Asia/Pacific region. The BACC/BAPC operation will coordinate with RATFMU to
exchange flow control information such as slot allocations, slot modification, etc.
3.6
Air Defense Units:
There are three (3) air defense units within BKK FIR which associate with the
BACC/BAPC operation.
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Military Towers:
There are four (4) military towers within BKK FIR which coordinates with the
BACC/BAPC operation.
3.8
Bangkok Approach Control (BAPP):
BAPP provides approach control service within Bangkok control zone and Bangkok
Terminal Control Area (TMA). The BAPP operators coordinate with four (4) groups
of operators; BACC/BAPC, SBA Local Tower, DMA Remote Tower, and pilots.
3.9
Suvarnabhumi Airport (SBA) Local Tower :
SBA local tower is under responsibility of BAPP operation. SBA local tower
operators coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; BAPP, Airport Operator
(AO), and pilots.
3.10
Don Muang Airport (DMA) Remote Tower:
DMA remote tower is under responsibility of BAPP operation. DMA remote tower
operators coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; BAPP, AO, and pilots.
3.11
Airport Operator (AO):
For DMA, the airport operator will coordinate with DMA RTS. AO usually sends
essential information such as Flight Formality Check and Bay Allocation to DMA
RTS.
3.12
Bangkok Area Control Centre (BACC):
BACC operation is responsible for the provision of en-route air traffic control and
flight information services throughout the BKK FIR. BACC operators coordinate
and exchanges information with various operators such as AMHS, FDMC, APCs,
Adjacent ACCs, etc.
3.13
Bangkok Approach Control Centre (BAPC):
The BAPC provides approach control services within terminal control areas (TMA)
and control zones of the 19 airports. BAPC operators coordinate with three (3)
groups of operators; BACC, associated remote towers under BAPC responsibility,
and pilots.
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Remote Towers associated with BAPC:
There are nineteen (19) remote towers under responsibility of BAPC. Remote towers
operators coordinate with three (3) group of operators; BAPC, respective AO, and
pilots.
3.15
Pilots connected to BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APCs, LTSs, RTSs :
BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APCs, LTSs, and RTSs operation are able to coordinate with
pilots via voice communication and, where applicable, air-ground data link
communication.
3.16
Chiang Mai Approach Control Centre - CMA APC:
The CMA APC provides approach control services within terminal control areas
(TMA) and control zones of the 4 airports. CMA APC operators coordinate with
four (4) groups of operators; BACC/BAPC, CMA local tower, associated remote
towers, and pilots.
3.17
Chiang Mai Airport (CMA) Local Tower
CMA Local Tower is under responsibility of CMA APC. CMA local tower operators
coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; CMA APC, AO, and pilots.
3.18
Remote Towers associated with CMA APC:
There are three (3) remote towers under responsibility of CMA APC. Remote towers
operators coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; CMA APC, respective AO,
and pilots.
3.19
Hat Yai Approach Control Centre - HTY APC:
The HTY APC provides approach control services within terminal control areas
(TMA) and control zones of the 4 airport areas. HTY APC operators coordinate
with four (4) groups of operators; BACC/BAPC, HTY local tower, associated remote
towers, and pilots.
3.20
Hat Yai Airport (HTY) Local Tower:
HTY Local Tower is under responsibility of HTY APC. HTY local tower operators
coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; HTY APC, AO, and pilots.
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Remote Towers associated with HTY APC:
There are three (3) Remote Towers associated with HTY APC. Remote towers
operators coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; HTY APC, respective AO,
and pilots.
3.22
Phuket Approach Control Center - PUT APC:
The PUT APC provides approach control services within terminal control areas
(TMA) and control zones of the 3 airport areas. PUT APC operators coordinate
with four (4) groups of operators; BACC/BAPC, PUT local tower, associated remote
towers, and pilots.
3.23
Phuket Airport (PUT) Local Tower:
PUT Local Tower is under responsibility of PUT APC. PUT local tower operators
coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; PUT APC, AO, and pilots.
3.24
Remote Towers associated with PUT APC:
There are two (2) Remote Towers associated with PUT APC. Remote towers
operators coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; PUT APC, respective AO,
and pilots.
3.25
Phitsanulok Approach Control Center - PSL APC:
The PSL APC provides approach control services within terminal control areas
(TMA) and control zones of the 3 airport areas. PSL APC operators coordinate
with four (4) groups of operators; BACC/BAPC, PSL local tower, associated remote
towers, and pilots.
3.26
Phitsanulok Airport (PSL) Local Tower:
PSL Local Tower is under responsibility of PSL APC. PSL local tower operators
coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; PSL APC, AO, and pilots.
3.27
Remote Towers associated with PSL APC:
There are two (2) Remote Towers associated with PSL APC. Remote towers
operators coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; PSL APC, respective AO,
and pilots.
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Hua Hin Approach Control Centre – HHN APP:
The HHN APP provides approach control services within terminal control areas
(TMA) and control zones. HHN APP operators coordinate with three (3) groups of
operators; BACC/BAPC, HHN local tower, and pilots.
3.29
Hua Hin Airport (HHN) Local Tower:
HHN Local Tower is under responsibility of HHN APC. HHN local tower operators
coordinate with three (3) groups of operators; HHN APC, AO, and pilots.
4
Intersystem Connection
This section describes logical intersystem connections of NAS MOPS, APP MOPS and
LTS/RTS following the operational context.
Tenderers may design their own appropriate physical connections and systems to achieve
these logical connections.
4.1
Data Integrity and Security
Tenderers will offer data integrity and security against unauthorized access, intrusion
and malicious computer attacks without reducing the intersystem connection
capabilities. The mechanism to provide data integrity and security will include, at
minimum:

32-bit cyclic redundancy check (CRC) to protect the integrity of all stored data;

Permissions or access control to system, databases and applications that users and
user groups are assigned for specific functions and data required to complete
their duties on the ATMS;

Data security that protects the data and applications from infection by computer
virus or malicious software;

Secure operating system that includes hardening of operating system and
disabling automatic updates of operating system;

Segregation of external data flows onto isolated networks;

Data gateways for communication with external systems;

Layered network security that uses routers, switches and firewalls to set up
virtual network and demilitarized zone; and
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Centralized security monitoring that allows specific users to monitor and log
system status and security events such as all user access and intrusion.
The NAS MOPS
Figure 6 summarizes the context where the NAS MOPS operates, exchanging data
with the External Systems and the pertinent Internal Systems.
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The NAS MOPS provides the following external interfaces to each of the external
systems identified as listed in table below.
Comm.
Protocol
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
System
Dimension
1
1
2
I/P Ch.
(Ch.A +Ch.B)
TCP/IP
Synchronous
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
32
4
12
16
16
32+32
4+4
12+12
16+16
16+16
TCP/IP
6
6+6
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
1
1
1
1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1
External System
AMHS
CIFDPS
AGDL System
Surveillance Systems
1. SSR/PSR
2. SSR/PSR
3. ADS-B
4. WAM
5. MLAT
Adjacent ACC ATM
Systems
RATFM
MET System
CCMS
Other Systems
1+1
1+1
2+2
Table 1 NAS MOPS Intersystem Interface Description
4.2.1
NAS MOPS – AMHS
NAS MOPS is capable of connecting with AMHS to exchange, at minimum, the
following information:
Message/Data
FPL message
MET message
DEP message
ARR message
Data Format
ICAO standard format – Doc 4444
with Edition 15 Amendment 2
(NEW FPL Format 2012)
ICAO standard format
ICAO standard format – Doc 4444
with Edition 15 Amendment 2
(NEW FPL Format 2012)
ICAO standard format – Doc 4444
with Edition 15 Amendment 2
(NEW FPL Format 2012)
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Input / Output
Input
Reference ICD
ICAO Standard
Input
Output
ICAO Standard
ICAO Standard
Output
ICAO Standard
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Message/Data
Other ATS messages
Data Format
ICAO standard format – Doc 4444
with Edition 15 Amendment 2
(NEW FPL Format 2012)
Input / Output
Input/Output
Reference ICD
ICAO Standard
Table 2 NAS MOPS – AMHS Information Exchange Description
NAS MOPS is capable of using both AFTN and AMHS for this AMHS
connection.
4.2.2
NAS MOPS – CIFDPS
NAS MOPS connects with CIFDPS, which supports FDMC operation, to
exchange, at minimum, the following information:
Message/Data
Pre-processed FPL
message
AIS message
MET message
DEP message
ARR message
Other ATS messages
Terminated FPL data
System FPL data System Track data
Other relevant
AFTN/AMHS
messages
Data Format
ICAO standard format – Doc 4444
with Edition 15 Amendment 2
(NEW FPL Format 2012)
ICAO standard format
ICAO standard format
ICAO standard format – Doc 4444
with Edition 15 Amendment 2
(NEW FPL Format 2012)
ICAO standard format – Doc 4444
with Edition 15 Amendment 2
(NEW FPL Format 2012)
ICAO standard format – Doc 4444
with Edition 15 Amendment 2
(NEW FPL Format 2012)
Legacy Format
Legacy Format
ASTERIX Cat. 062, 063, 065
ICAO standard format
Input / Output
Input
Reference ICD
ICAO Standard
Input
Input
Output
ICAO Standard
ICAO Standard
ICAO Standard
Output
ICAO Standard
Input/Output
ICAO Standard
Output
Output
Output
Input/Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
ICAO Standard
Table 3 NAS MOPS – CIFDPS Information Exchange Description
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NAS MOPS is capable of using both AFTN and AMHS for this CIFDPS
connection. Also NAS MOPS will use TCP/IP as connection protocol.
4.2.3
HHN APP)
NAS MOPS –APPSs (BAPP, CMA APP, HTY APP, PUT APP, PSL APP,
NAS MOPS connects with APPSs to coordinate in order to support
BACC/BAPC operation. The connection may use internal messages. However,
where applicable, the Tenderer will provide ICD for this connection.
4.2.4
NAS MOPS – APP IBS
NAS MOPS connects with APP IBS to coordinate in order to support
BACC/BAPC operation. This connection will be utilized in case of contingency
situation when the APP IBS is configured to operate in place of an affected
APPS. The connection may use internal messages. However, where applicable,
the Tenderer will provide ICD for this connection.
4.2.5
NAS MOPS – End Systems
End Systems consist of at least CWSs, FDWS, CMWS, DSWS, DAWS, NMWS,
and printers. NAS MOPS connects with End Systems using internal messages.
However, where applicable, the Tenderer will provide ICD for this connection.
4.2.6
NAS MOPS – AGDL System
NAS MOPS connects with AGDL System to exchange all air-ground data
communications to pilot using the following format:
Message/Data
CPDLC message
DCL message
ADS-C message
Data Format
ACARS , FANS 1/A, ATN
ACARS , FANS 1/A, ATN
ACARS , FANS 1/A, ATN
Input / Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Reference ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Table 4 NAS MOPS – AGDL Systems Information Exchange Description
At the present, the major air-ground data link service providers in the world are
ARINC and SITA. Therefore NAS MOPS will need to provide connections to
both ARINC and SITA.
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NAS MOPS – Surveillance Systems
NAS MOPS connects with Surveillance Systems to receive, at minimum, the
following information:
Message/Data
SSR data
SSR Mode-S data
PSR data
Weather data (from PSR)
MLAT/WAM data
ADS-B data
Data Format
ASTERIX Cat.001, 002
ASTERIX Cat.034, 048
ASTERIX Cat.001, 002
ASTERIX Cat.008
ASTERIX Cat.019,020
ASTERIX Cat.021
Input / Output
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Reference ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Table 5 NAS MOPS – Surveillance Systems Information Exchange Description
4.2.8
NAS MOPS – Adjacent ACC ATM Systems
NAS MOPS connects with Adjacent ACC ATM System to exchange, at
minimum, the following information:
Message/Data
Coordination messages
System Track data
Data Format
ICAO AFTN AIDC
ASTERIX Cat.062, 063, 065
Input / Output
Input/output
Input/output
Reference ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Table 6 NAS MOPS – Adjacent ACC ATM System Information Exchange Description
4.2.9
NAS MOPS – Regional Air Traffic Flow Management (RATFM)
NAS MOPS connects with RATFM to exchange, at minimum, the following
information:
Message/Data
Data Format Input / Output
Reference ICD
Slot messages
TBD*
Input
Tenderer-provided ICD
Flight plan data
TBD*
Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
Surveillance enhanced trajectories
TBD*
Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
Airspace structure
TBD*
Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
Sectorisation
TBD*
Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
TBD* : To be discussed later
Table 7 NAS MOPS – RATFM Information Exchange Description
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NAS MOPS – Air Defence Workstations
The scope of TMCS includes Air Defence Workstations provided for appropriate
Air defence units. NAS MOPS connects to those Air Defence Workstations to
coordinate information in order to support BACC/BAPC operation. The NAS
MOPS-Air Defence Workstation connection may use internal messages.
However, where applicable, the Tenderer will provide ICD for this connection.
4.2.11
NAS MOPS – Military Tower Workstations
The scope of TMCS also includes Military Tower Workstations provided for
associated military airports. NAS MOPS connects to those Military Tower
Workstations to coordinate information in order to support BACC/BAPC
operation. The NAS MOPS - Military Tower Workstations connection may use
internal messages. However, where applicable, the Tenderer will provide ICD
for this connection.
4.2.12
NAS MOPS – Remote Tower System (RTS)
NAS MOPS connects with associated Remote Tower System to coordinate in
order to support BAPC operation. The connection may use internal messages.
However, where applicable, the Tenderer will provide ICD for this connection.
4.2.13
NAS MOPS – NAS CON/TRA
NAS MOPS connects with NAS CON/TRA to synchronize their databases. For
essential data, the update should be instantaneous in order to provide the
complete operable system in case of contingency situation. For synchronization
of the whole database, the update procedure should include specific time interval
configuration. Consequently, the connection between NAS MOPS and NAS
CON/TRA will need to be robust and has enough bandwidth for the
synchronization purpose. AEROTHAI will provide fibre optics link connection
between buildings. However, within corresponding building, the vendor will
provide cabling and configure network connection for both NAS MOPS and
NAS CON/TRA to connect to the available fibre optic connection nodes.
4.2.14
NAS MOPS – MET System
NAS MOPS connects with MET System to receive, at minimum, the following
information:
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Message/Data
Data Format Input / Output
Reference ICD
GRIB messages
GRIB
Input
Tenderer-provided ICD
Weather Radar data
TBD*
Input
Tenderer-provided ICD
TBD* : To be discussed later
Table 8 NAS MOPS – MET System Information Exchange Description
4.2.15
NAS MOPS – CCMS
NAS MOPS connects with CCMS to send update information of system status
warning and alarm messages using the following format:
Message/Data
Data Format Input / Output
Reference ICD
System Status data TBD*
Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
TBD*: To be discussed later based on Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
Table 9 NAS MOPS – CCMS Information Exchange Description
4.2.16
NAS MOPS – Other Systems
NAS MOPS connects with other systems to exchange AIM-related information
using, at minimum, the following format:
Message/Data
AIM/AIXM messages
Data Format
AIXM Version 4.5 or better
Input / Output
Input/Output
Reference ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Table 10 NAS MOPS – Other Systems Information Exchange Description
4.3
APPS
Figure 7 summarizes the context where the APPS operates, exchanging data with the
External Systems and the pertinent Internal Systems.
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Pilot
NAS/NAS
IBS
Internal Msg.
LTS/RTS
Internal Msg.
MIL
FDDWS
Internal Msg.
Intersystem
Msg./Data
AGDL
System*
* Exposed from NAS,
If Local AGDL is not available,
Surveillance
Systems
CWSs
Internal Msg.
FDWS
Internal Msg.
Intersystem
Msg./Data
SSR
ADS-B
WAM/MLAT
APPS
CMWS
Internal Msg.
DSWS
Internal Msg.
DAWS
Internal Msg.
NMWS
Internal Msg.
Printer
Internal Msg.
End System
Internal Msg.
CON/TRA
System
Intersystem
Msg./Data
MET
System
Intersystem
Msg./Data
CCMS
Intersystem
Msg./Data
Other
System
External System
ADS-B : Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast
AGDL : Air-Ground Data Link
APP : Approach Control
APPS :Approach Control Systems (BAPP, CMA APP,
HTY APP, PUT APP, PSL APP, HHN APP)
CCMS : Central CNS/ATM Monitoring System
CMWS : Control and Monitoring Workstation
CWSs : Controller Workstation
DAWS : Data Analysis Workstation
DSWS : Data Set Workstation
FDDWS : Flight Data Display Workstation
FDWS : Flight Data Workstation
IBS : Independent Backup System
MET : Meteorological
MIL : Military Tower Operator
MLAT : Multi Lateration Surveillance System
Msg. : Messages
NAS : Nationwide Air Traffic Management System
NMWS : Network Management Workstation
PSR : Primary Surveillance Radar
RTS : Remote Tower System
SSR : Secondary Surveillance Radar
WAM : Wide Area MLAT
Figure 7 Intersystem Connection Context Diagram for the APPS MOPS
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In order to support the operation of BAPP, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PSL APC,
and HHN APC, each unit will have its own APPS. The APPS provides the following
external interfaces to each of the external systems identified.
External System
Comm. Protocol
AGDL System
TCP/IP
System
Dimension
2
I/P Ch.
(Ch.A +Ch.B)
2+2
Surveillance Systems
1. SSR
TCP/IP
8
2. SSR
Synchronous**
2
3. PSR
TCP/IP
1
4. PSR
Synchronous**
1
5. ADS-B
TCP/IP
4
6. WAM
TCP/IP
3
7. MLAT
TCP/IP
4
MET System
TCP/IP
1
CCMS
TCP/IP
1
** BAPP System only
Table 11 APPS Intersystem Interface Description
8+8
2+2
1+1
1+1
4+4
3+3
4+4
1+1
1+1
4.3.1
APPS – NAS MOPS / NAS IBS
The APPS connects with NAS MOPS / NAS IBS using internal messages.
4.3.2
APPS – LTS/RTS
APPS connects with associated Remote Tower System to coordinate in order to
support corresponding APP System operation. The connection may use internal
messages. However, where applicable, the Tenderer will provide ICD for this
connection.
4.3.3
APPS – End Systems
End Systems consist of at least CWSs, FDWS, CMWS, DSWS, DAWS, NMWS,
and printers. APPS connects with End Systems using internal messages.
However, where applicable, the Tenderer will provide ICD for this connection.
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APPS – AGDL System
Depending on availability, APPS connects with AGDL System to exchange all
air-ground data communications to pilot using the data format as previously
described (NAS MOPS – AGDL System).
If APPS connects to AGDL System, then the APPS will need to provide
connections to both ARINC and SITA.
4.3.5
APPS – Surveillance Systems
APPS connects with Surveillance Systems to receive, at minimum, the
information as described previously (NAS MOPS – Surveillance Systems).
4.3.6
APPS –CON/TRA
APPS connects with corresponding CON/TRA to synchronize their databases.
For essential data, the update should be instantaneous in order to provide the
complete operable system in case of contingency situation. For synchronization
of the whole database, the update procedure should include specific time interval
configuration. Consequently, the connection between APPS and CON/TRA will
need to be robust and has enough bandwidth for the synchronization purpose.
AEROTHAI will provide communication link between Buildings. Therefore, the
Tenderer will provide cabling and configure network connection with enough
performance to satisfy APPS to APP CON/TRA synchronization.
4.3.7
APPS – MET System
APPS connects with MET System to receive, at minimum, the information as
described previously (NAS MOPS – MET System).
4.3.8
APPS – CCMS
APPS connects with CCMS to send update information of system status warning
and alarm messages using the format as described previously (NAS MOPS –
CCMS).
4.3.9
APPS – Other Systems
NAS MOPS connects with other systems to exchange AIM-related information
using the format as described previously (NAS MOPS – Other Systems).
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Local Tower System (LTS) / Remote Tower System (RTS)
LTS and RTS under the scope of TMCS are categorized into 4 levels by their
respective system capabilities. The details are as follow:
Level – I: There are four (4) tower systems within this level:

Korat Tower system,

Takhli Tower system,

U-tapao Tower system, and

Kampangsan Tower system.
Level – II: There are twenty eight (28) tower systems within this level:

Phitsanulok Tower system,

Hua Hin Tower system,

Khon Kaen Tower system,

Chiang Rai Tower system,

Ubon Ratchathani Tower system,

Krabi Tower system,

Surat Thani Tower system,

Sakon Nakhon Tower system,

Nakhon Phanom Tower system,

Nakhon Ratchasima Tower system,

Petchaboon Tower system,

Nan Tower system,

Phare Tower system,

Loei Tower system,
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Buriram Tower system,

Roi Et Tower system,

Surin Tower system,

Chumporn Tower system,

Trat Tower system,

Mae Hong Son Tower system,

Lampang Tower system,

Sukhothai Tower system,

Tak Tower system,

Mae Sod Tower system,

Ranong Tower system,

Trang Tower system,

Pattani Tower system, and

Narathiwat Tower system.
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Level – III: There are six (6) tower systems within this level:

Chiang Mai Tower system,

Hat Yai Tower system,

Phuket Tower system,

Udon Thani Tower system,

Samui Tower system, and

Nakhon Si Thamarat Tower system.
Level – IV: There are two (2) tower systems within this level:

Suvarnabhumi Tower system, and

Don Muang Tower system.
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Figure 8 depicts the diagram of tower system context with system capabilities
level III and IV. Figure 9 depicts the diagram of tower system context with
system capabilities level I and II.
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Pilot
NAS/NAS
IBS
Internal Msg.
Intersystem
Msg./Data
APP
System/
APP IBS
AGDL
System*
* Exposed from APP or NAS System,
If Local AGDL is not available,
Internal Msg.
Airport
Surveillance
Systems
PSR**
ADS-B
MLAT/WAM
SSR
SMR**
Intersystem
Msg./Data
ASDWS
Internal Msg.
Tower System
GSDWS
Internal Msg.
FDDWS
Internal Msg.
Intersystem
Msg./Data
AIMS
Intersystem
Msg./Data
AFL**
TCMWS
Internal Msg.
Intersystem
Msg./Data
CATIS
TDSWS
Internal Msg.
Intersystem
Msg./Data
NAVAID
System**
Printer
Internal Msg.
Intersystem
Msg./Data
CCMS
Intersystem
Msg./Data
Other
System
End System
** SBA only
ADS-B : Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast
AFL : Airfield Lighting System
AGDL : Air-Ground Data Link
AIMS : Airport Information Management System
APP : Approach Control
ASDWS : Air Situation Display Workstation
CCMS : Central CNS/ATM Monitoring System
CATIS : Computerized Automatic Terminal Information
System
FDDWS : Flight Data Display Workstation
GSDWS : Ground Situation Display Workstation
External System
IBS : Independent Backup System
MLAT: Multi-lateration
NAS : Nationwide Air Traffic Management
System
PSR : Primary Surveillance Radar
SBA : Suvanabhumi Airport
SMR : Surface Movement Radar
SSR : Secondary Surveillance Radar
TCMWS : Tower Control and Monitoring
Workstation
TDSWS : Tower Data Set Workstation
WAM : Wide Area MLAT
Figure 8 Tower System Context Diagram (System Capabilities Level III and IV)
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4.4.1
Tower System Level III and IV
The tower system provides the following external interfaces to each of the
external systems as follow:
External System
AGDL System
Comm.
Protocol
TCP/IP
System
Dimension
1
I/P Ch.
(Ch.A +Ch.B)
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
2
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
1
1
2+2
1+1
2+2
3+3
4+4
1+1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1+1
Surveillance Systems
1. SMR*
2. PSR*
3. SSR
4. ADS-B
5. MLAT/WAM
AIMS
AFL*
CATIS
NAVAID System*
CCMS
* Only for SBA
Table 12 Tower System Intersystem Interface Description
a) Tower System – NAS MOPS / NAS IBS
Tower System connects with NAS MOPS / NAS IBS using internal
messages.
b) Tower System – APPS / APPS IBS
Tower System connects with APPS / APPS IBS using internal messages.
c) Tower System – End Systems
End Systems consist of at least ASDWS, GSDWS, FDDWS, TCMWS,
TDSWS, and printers. Tower system connects with End Systems using
internal messages. However, where applicable, the Tenderer will provide
ICD for this connection.
d) Tower System – AGDL System
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Depending on availability, tower system connects with AGDL System to
exchange all air-ground data communications to pilot using the data format
as previously described (NAS MOPS – AGDL System).
If tower system connects to AGDL System, then the tower system will need
to provide connections to both ARINC and SITA.
e) Tower System – Airport Surveillance Systems
Tower system connects with Surveillance Systems to receive, at minimum,
the following information:
Message/Data
SSR data
SSR Mode-S data
PSR data
MLAT/WAM data
ADS-B data
SMR data
System Track data
Data Format
ASTERIX Cat.001, 002
ASTERIX Cat.034, 048
ASTERIX Cat.001, 002
ASTERIX Cat.019, 020
ASTERIX Cat.021
ASTERIX Cat.010
ASTERIX Cat.062, 063, 065
Input / Output
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Reference ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Tenderer-provided ICD
Table 13 Tower System – Surveillance Systems Information Exchange Description
f) Tower System – AIMS
Tower system connects with AIMS (Airport Information Management
System) to coordinate information in order to support its operation using, at
minimum, the following information:
Message/Data
Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA),
Actual Time of Arrival (ATA),
Actual Time of Departure (ATD) Parking Stand Number (PSN),
On Block (ONBL),
Off Block (OFBL) Input / Output
Reference ICD
ICAO Standard
Output
Tendererprovided ICD
ICAO Standard
Input
Tendererprovided ICD
Data Format
Table 14 Tower System – AIMS Information Exchange Description
Messages exchanged between them should be transferred via the
Firewall/Gateway.
g) Tower System – AFL System
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Tower system connects with AFL System to coordination. Tower system
should be able to control the air field lighting via AFL System and receive
lighting status such as taxiway centreline lights, stopbars, etc.
Message/Data
Data Format Input / Output
Reference ICD
AFL System Data TBD*
Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
TBD*: To be discussed later
Table 15 Tower System – AFL System Information Exchange Description
h) Tower System – CATIS System
Tower system is capable of interfacing with the Computerized Automatic
Terminal Information System (CATIS) manufactured by AEROTHAI.
Messages transferred between them include, at minimum, CATIS messages
based on ICAO standards.
The actual CATIS text information will be displayed as part of the weather
display in order to allow the operator to compare the broadcast message with
the displayed weather data. As soon as the text changes, all operators should
be notified a message and the aural signal and the changes should be
highlighted on the display. The highlighting should be cleared when the
operator accepts the notification. All client positions should be notified with
system control messages about the state of connection to CATIS.
Message/Data
Data Format Input / Output
Reference ICD
CATIS Data
TBD*
Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
TBD*: To be discussed later
Table 16 Tower System – CATIS System Information Exchange Description
i)
Tower System – NAVAID System
Tower system connects with NAVAID to acquire the NAVAID systems
status. Tower system receives the status of navigation aids in order to
present to controllers.
Message/Data
Data Format Input / Output
Reference ICD
NAVAID System TBD*
Output
Tenderer-provided ICD
Status Data
TBD*: To be discussed later
Table 17 Tower System – NAVAID System Information Exchange Description
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Tower System – CCMS
Tower system connects with CCMS to send update information of system
status warning and alarm messages using the format as described previously
(NAS MOPS – CCMS).
k) Tower System – Other Systems
Tower system connects with other systems to exchange AIM-related
information using the format as described previously (NAS MOPS – Other
Systems).
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ASDWS
Internal Msg.
APPS/APP IBS
FDDWS
Internal Msg.
NAS/NAS IBS
TCMWS
Printer
End System
APP : Approach Control
APPS : Approach Control Systems (BAPP, CMA
APP, HTY APP, PUT APP, PSL APP, HHN APP)
ASDWS : Air Situation Display Workstation
FDDWS : Flight Data Display Workstation
IBS : Independent Backup System
NAS : Nationwide Air Traffic Management
System
TCMWS : Tower Control and Monitoring
Workstation
Figure 9 Tower System Context Diagram (System Capabilities Level I and II)
4.4.2
Tower System Level I and II
The Tower System for system capabilities level I and II provides the following
interfaces to pertinent internal systems as follow:
a) Tower System – NAS MOPS / NAS IBS
Tower System connects with NAS / NAS IBS using internal messages.
b) Tower System– APPS / APPS IBS
Tower System connects with APPS / APPS IBS using internal messages.
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Operator Roles and Workstations
5.1
5.1.1
BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APPs, CON/TRA
Operator Roles
Operator roles for BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APPS, and CON/TRA consist of

Executive Controller (EC),

Planner Controller (PC),

Arrival Manager (AMAN),

Tactical Supervisor (TACTSUP),

Civil Military Airspace Coordinator (CMAC),

Operational Supervisor (OPSUP),

Flight Information Specialist (FISL),

Technical Supervisor (TECHSUP),

Evaluation Operator (EO),

Airspace Manager (ASM),

Bangkok Air Traffic Flow Management Unit Manager (FMM),

Bangkok Air Traffic Flow Management Unit Planner / Coordinator
(FMC),

Flight Data Operator (FDO),

Data Set Operator (DSO),

Air Defense Operator (ADF),

Maintenance Engineer (MTN),

Trainee (TRN),

Pseudo Pilot (PSP), and

Training Mission Control (TMC).
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Support Facility
Support facility for operator roles for BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APPS, and
CON/TRA consists of both hardware and software. The characteristic of each
category are described as follow:
a) Hardware Characteristic:
Hardware characteristic for operator roles consists of Touch Entry Device
(TED) panel and workstation type. There are three (3) types of workstation
as follow:

Type A consists of one workstation-grade computer, one 2K x
2K LCD monitor, and one 24” LCD monitor.

Type B consists of one workstation-grade computer and one 24”
LCD monitor.

Type C consists of one workstation-grade computer and one 30”
LCD monitor.
b) Software Characteristic:
Software characteristic for operator roles are as follow:

Controller Workstation (CWS) Human Machine Interface (HMI)
Function,

Control and Monitoring System (CMS) Function,

Network Management System (NMS) Function,

Flight Data Operator (FDO) Function,

Data Set Management (DSM) Function,

Data Analysis (DAA) Function,

Pilot Function, and

Training Mission Control (TMC) Function.
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Mapping between Workstations and Software Characteristics to support
Operator Role
In order to support the work of any operator role, a set of hardware will be
equipped and/or configured with appropriate software. The mapping table gives
examples of mapping between hardware and software for all operator roles. The
Tenderers are encouraged to use this mapping example as an initial guideline and
modify the content accordingly.
The operator role layouts are presented in attachments.
Facility
Role
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EC
PC
AMAN
TACTSUP
CMAC
OPSUP
FISL
TECHSUP
9
EO
10
11
ASM
MTN
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
TRN
FMM
FMC
ADF
FDO
DSO
PSP
TMC
HW Characteristic
Workstation (set) TED panel
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type B
Two (2) Type A
2
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type A
1
Two (2) Type A
2
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type A
1
One (1) Type C
1
One (1) Type C
1
One (1) Type C
0
One (1) Type B
0
One (1) Type B
0
One (1) Type B
1
One (1) Type B
0
Printer
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
SW Characteristic
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CMS Function
CWS HMI Function
DA Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CMS Function
NMS Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
CWS HMI Function
FDO Function
DSM Function
Pilot Function
TMC Function
Workstation
Name
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CMWS
CWS
DAWS
CWS
CWS
CMWS
NMWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
FDWS
DSWS
PSPWS
TMCWS
Table 18 Mapping Table to support Operator Role of BACC/BAPC, BAPP, APPs,
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CWS : Controller Workstation
CMWS : Control and Monitoring Workstation
NMWS : Network Management Workstation
FDWS : Flight Data Workstation
DSWS : Data Set Workstation
DAWS : Data Analysis Workstation
PSPWS : Pseudo Pilot Workstation
TMCWS : Training Mission Control Workstation
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Operator Role Description
a) Executive Controller
The Executive Controller (EC) has executive authority, and responsibility,
for the Air Traffic Management within the airspace/sector delegated. EC is
responsible for fulfilling the following specific tasks:

Monitor airspace/sector frequency(s), and performing all R/T
communication;

Identify aircraft which are not identified when entering the
airspace/sector;

Identify and accept of aircraft being transferred from adjacent
airspace/sector;

Provide clearance of aircraft within the airspace/sector in
accordance with the overall plan, and the co-ordination
agreements, established by the Planning Controller (PC);

Monitor aircraft within the airspace/sector to ensure no deviation
from the clearances;

Provide radar separation between all IFR flights within the
airspace/sector;
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Coordinate, when required, with other controllers authorized to
perform air traffic control within the same airspace/sector;

Initiate transfer of aircraft leaving the airspace/sector for the next
adjacent airspace/sector;

Maintain an awareness of pertinent weather information which
might influence the conduct of flights within the airspace/sector;

Ensure that the display set-up provides adequate coverage of the
airspace/sector, and that the selected display complies with a
‘Minimum Required Data’ defined to support the duties of an
EC;

Maintain an awareness of significant system downgrades which
affect the actual radar range, operational coverage and system
behavior;

Check routinely of the accuracy of the displayed label
information on all own flights under control, particularly when
establishing initial contact;

Ensure that all radar tracks, in respect of known traffic, within
the airspace/sector, are correctly correlated;

Keep the Operational Supervisor informed of any irregularities,
e.g. air-miss, loss of separation, breach of regulations, etc., and
where appropriate, submits a report; and

Delegate tasks, when appropriate, to the PC to ensure an even
distribution of workload within the airspace/sector.
b) Planning Controller
The Planning Controller (PC) is responsible for fulfilling the following
specific tasks:

Initiate prediction of potential traffic conflicts within the
airspace/sector;

Assess potential conflicts before the traffic enters the
airspace/sector, and the appropriate acceptance, or amendment of
the traffic’s entry configuration;
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Modify established planning clearances and/or co-ordination
exceptionally, and when circumstances require immediate
action;

Plan conflict-free flight paths through the area of responsibility;

Effect radar co-ordination according to laid-down (local) criteria,
with adjacent/subjacent airspace/sectors or units;

Apply manual correlation to an identified flight and its system
flight plan when necessary due to loss of correlation or failure of
automatic correlation;

Ensure that the appropriate ATM system is kept updated with
regard to control instructions within the airspace/sector;

Give assistance to the EC as required;

Keep the Operational Supervisor informed of any
o
malfunctions of equipment or facilities;
o
potential traffic overloads of the airspace/sector; and
circumstances occurring in which any aircraft might be
endangered, e.g. emergency, hi-jack, etc.
Note: PC should be able to perform as Multi sector Planner Controller
(MSP). MSP responsibilities are the same as for the PC; but the MSP has
responsibilities in more than one sector and serves multiple EC role
positions. The MSP makes assessments of potential conflicts before the
traffic enters own sector(s).
c) Arrival Manager
The Arrival Manager (AMAN) will be able to allocate arrival routes and set
constraints such as Time Based Spacing (TBS) or Miles-In-Trail (MIT) on
merging points with the objective of building an optimum sequence. There
should be several techniques available, for example, Control Time of Arrival
(CTA), speed control, radar vectoring, etc. Note that, when appropriate, the
AMAN’s functions may be consolidated with other operator roles’ functions
such as ATFM or PC.
The minimum tasks of arrival manager include:
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Consider the Reference Business Trajectory (RBT); (The
preparation of the arriving traffic sequence is expected to be
completed by around 20 mins prior to touchdown, and should
start only as early as necessary to achieve the stated objectives. It
is thought that at least 1 hour will be needed to smooth out
ripples in the traffic delivery, which will be the result of RBT,
which is expected to be +/- 2 or 3 minutes.)

Monitor the progress of flight;

Give recommendation to EC/PC using techniques to satisfy
multiple constraints.

Coordinate among arrival managers (AMAN ACC, AMAN
APP) departure managers (DMAN), ATFM, FM, Airport
Operator, other relevant stake holders.
d) Tactical Supervisor
Tactical Supervisor (TACTSUP) is responsible for fulfilling the following
specific tasks:

Assess quality the operation within TACTSUP’s operational
team,

Examine the operation within TACTSUP’s operational team,

Provide, when necessary, the appropriate restrictions for air
traffic operations due to equipment failures or staff shortages
within the area of responsibility,

Lead, together with the Operation Supervisor (OPSUP), for daily
operational activities, and

Participate in management and development of operational
activities, as well as staffing and manning of sectors and
positions.
e) Civil Military Airspace Coordinator
The Civil Military Airspace Coordinator (CMAC) is a centralized role within
airspace management units for joint civil-military activities. The CMAC’s
primary objective is to maximize the utilization of available airspace by
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dynamic time-sharing and, at times, by segregating airspace among various
categories of users based on short-term needs. They collaborate in the
planning of airspace usage in a way that balances the impact on civil air
traffic flow and capacity management with military needs. The CMAC’s
responsibilities are, but not limited to:

Coordinate well in advance of major airspace events, such as
large scale military exercises or air shows, which require
additional segregated airspace;

Coordinate with Air Space Manager (ASM) and Bangkok Air
Traffic Flow Management Unit Manager (FMM) to consider the
expected capacity shortfalls between traffic demand and airspace
capacity;

Develop and distribute of Airspace Use Plans (AUP) to
accommodate significant short-term realignment of traffic flows
to meet extra-ordinary demands imposed by major events;

Develop and distribute of Updated Airspace Use Plans (UUP) in
case of changes or modifications to airspace allocation;

Develop and distribute of daily Conditional Route Availability
Messages (CRAM); and

Monitor the efficiency of the application of the FUA Concept by
use of predetermined FUA indicators.
f) Operational Supervisor
The Operational Supervisor (OPSUP) leads the daily operational activities at
the TMCS. OPSUP responsibilities Include:

Activate and deactivate of Special Procedures within the area of
the OPSUP responsibility;

Provide, when necessary, the appropriate restrictions for air
traffic operations due to equipment failures or staff shortages
within the area of responsibility;
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Provide, when necessary, the Bangkok Air Traffic Flow
Management Unit Planner / Coordinator (FMC) with requests for
Air Traffic Restrictions; and

Establish the active runway(s)-in-use and informing all
concerned via the information system after coordination with
Tower and Approach Supervisor.
g) Flight Information Specialist
Within Flight Information Services, the Flight Information Specialist (FISL)
has the responsibility of providing a Flight Information Service (FIS), Radar
Information Service and Radar Advisory Service to aircraft operating in
ICAO Class G airspace within Bangkok Area of Responsibility and to others
that have specifically requested such a service. The FISL will be responsible
for the following tasks within ICAO Class G airspace:

Monitor and performing all R/T communication on frequencies
allocated to Flight Information Service sectors;

Provide Flight Information Services to aircraft by providing
pilots, on request, with any relevant aeronautical information
such as:

o
runways in use and serviceability
navigational aids;
o
weather both actual and forecasts;
o
frequencies to use when contacting relevant ATC agencies;
o
NOTAM information;
o
un-serviceability or unreliability of ground facilities;
o
an aircraft’s proximity to airspace which it is not authorized
to enter (i.e. controlled airspace, danger areas, restricted
areas, prohibited areas, TSA’s);
and
Receive air-filed flight plans from aircraft requesting any form
of ATC service in Bangkok Area of Responsibility, and relaying
the FPLs to the Flight Data Operator (FDO) for further
promulgation; and
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Provide information service to participating IFR and VFR
aircraft within the area of responsibility.
h) Technical Supervisor
The Technical Supervisor (TECHSUP) is responsible for the following:
i)

Maintain of the MOPS and CON/TRA and related systems; and

Receive status information of all system components and
depending on the technical situation and determining (in close
collaboration with OPSUP) the appropriate system configuration
and the various maintenance actions to be undertaken by the
technical staff (TECH).
Evaluation Operator
The Evaluation Operator (EO) is responsible for, at minimum:
j)

Prepare evaluations on recorded system data;

Perform evaluations on recorded system data;

Replay recorded data for incident analysis and safety
assessments as well as for technical analysis and evaluations;
and

Perform operational data analysis.
Airspace Manager
The function of Airspace Managers (ASM) is a centralised one within
Airspace Management Cells, which are foreseen as a joint civil-military
activity. The Airspace Manager’s primary objective is to maximise the
utilisation of available airspace by dynamic time-sharing and, at times, by
segregating airspace among various categories of users based on short-term
needs. They collaborate in the planning of airspace usage in a way that
balances the impact on civil air traffic flow and capacity management with
military needs. The Air Space Manager’s responsibilities are, but not limited
to:

Identify expected capacity shortfalls between traffic demand and
airspace capacity;
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Inform all concerned
routes/conditional routes;

Provide up-to-date information concerning current use of
airspace at tactical level; and

Coordinate with relevant units to accommodate significant shortterm realignment of traffic flows to meet extra-ordinary demands
imposed by major events.
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k) Bangkok Air Traffic Flow Management Unit (ATFMU) Manager
Bangkok ATFMU Manager (FMM) is responsible for fulfilling the following
specific tasks:

Is responsible for the performance and initiation of the full
ATFM process in Bangkok FIR and other area of responsibility
in all phases of operation (strategic, pre-tactical and tactical).

Should be responsible to perform and initiate the strategic phase
at Bangkok FMC.

Is responsible for ensuring that the procedures established for
ATFM is published in NOTAM, AIP, ATC operational
instructions, etc.

Is responsible to establish good relations between the FMC and
Bangkok ACC, Bangkok Approach as well as with other ATC
Units and aviation stakeholders in Thailand and other relevant
stakeholders.

Should be consulted in issues that potentially could reduce the
capacity to advice on how the capacity could be maintained as
high as possible. In this respect the FMC have to be informed of
planned airspace or ATC organizational changes.

Should work pro-actively in suggesting ways for ATC to be able
to increase the capacity.

Should propose capacity modifications to the management of
Bangkok ACC if necessary.
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Is the focal point in regard of ATFM activity for all Thailand and
takes the lead in advising, educating and assisting other ATS
Units and Aircraft Operators in Thailand.

Should together with Bangkok ATFMU Planners / Coordinators
develop the ATFM work and the tools necessary for the best
performance of Bangkok ACC and airports within area of
responsibility
Bangkok ATFMU Planner / Coordinator
Bangkok ATFMU Planner / Coordinator (FMC) is responsible for fulfilling
the following specific tasks:

Working in close cooperation with the Supervisors of Bangkok
ACC as well as the Supervisors of Bangkok Approach and
Towers.

Are responsible for monitoring the balance between traffic
demand and agreed capacity and take necessary ATFM measures
when demand is expected to exceed the sector capacity in
Bangkok ACC.

Should analyze, collect and distribute all relevant information,
such as meteorological conditions, delays, interruption of
communications and runway closures, telecommunication
failures, deficient operation of computers, and procedural
changes affecting air traffic facilities. This may be accomplished
through various means available, such as teleconferences, e-mail,
internet, etc.

Should assist any other ATC Unit in Bangkok FIR and other area
of responsibility where demand exceed the capacity and
coordinate the ATFM measures. Bangkok ATFMU is in charge
of both publication and liaison of such ATFM measures.

A complete description of all ATFM measures (for example,
ground delay programs, Miles-In-Trail (MIT)) should be
recorded in a designated log, which must include, among other
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data, the time of start and end, the affected facilities/operations
and the justification;

Should take immediate ATFM action and implement
contingency plans as required following reports on sudden,
unplanned changes of capacity (e.g. due to equipment failure or
weather)

Should create and distribute the action plan based on prior
consultation with the designated facilities and stakeholders;

Should coordinate procedures with the affected parties during the
pre-tactical and tactical phases to ensure proposed ATFM
measures fit others’ operations.

Should monitor the effect of the taken ATFM measures for the
best efficiency of the ATFM measures, make adjustments where
necessary and cancel ATFM measures when no longer required.

Should inform stake holders that do not follow the ATFM
measures in order to reach an understanding for the whole
ATFM process.

Should in the event of ATFM measures in adjacent FIR, on
request, assist to the best of its ability to the benefit of all
stakeholders.

Should log the taken ATFM measures either by support of a
system or manually on a paper form or logbook.
m) Flight Data Operator
The Flight Data Operator (FDO) is responsible for ensuring that flight data,
aeronautical data and meteorological data within the ATM system remains
current and complete. In particular, this consists of the following tasks:

Correct corrupted or invalid ATS messages and re-entry into the
system as necessary;

Enter aeronautical or meteorological data into the system if it
cannot be automatically processed;
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Develop and distribute NOTAM’s and meteorological messages;
and

Assign of SSR codes to flights when not performed
automatically.
n) Data Set Operator
Data Set Operator (DSO) is responsible for fulfilling the following specific
tasks, at minimum:

Produce the complete set of parameters in a dataset that is
specific for the current user environment and a specific system
software version,

Evaluate the dataset, when changes occur, in order to ensure the
validity of dataset;

Produce exercises to the simulator used for training and testing;
and

Coordinate with MTN to distribute the validated dataset to the
system.
o) Air Defense Operator
Air Defense Operator (ADF) supports military operation stationed at Air
Defense Units which are Big Shell, Oscar, and Focal.
ADF is responsible for fulfilling the following specific tasks, at minimum:

Provide common situational awareness on traffic situation,
airspace activation, route activation, etc.; and

Coordinate with CMAC, EC/PC, and other relevant stakeholders.
p) Maintenance Engineer
Maintenance Engineer (MTN) coordinates with various units to perform
tasks such as TECHSUP, OPSUP, etc. Maintenance Engineer performs
maintenance operations include, but not limited to:

Operate and maintain the NAS MOPS;

Manage NAS MOPS information;
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Configure NAS MOPS
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q) Trainee
The Trainee (TRN) is position of training the role of EC and PC.
r) Pseudo Pilot Position
The Pseudo Pilot Position (PSP) is responsible for fulfilling the following
specific tasks, at minimum:

Control the aircraft involved in the exercise through the
execution of a broad range of instructions as received through
the PSP interface;

Coordinate with respective Training Mission Control (TMC) and
converting the received control commands into Air Traffic
Generator instructions for execution;
s) Training Mission Control
The Training Mission Control (TMC) is responsible for fulfilling the
following specific tasks, at minimum:

Select a Session and the Games involved;

Configure the CON System including the CWS for Training
Controller and PSP by assigning role configuration commands
through the TRA interface;

Control the individual Exercises, start/stop times, pause/resume
commands, record and replay commands; and

Perform retime/modify/insert new/delete SFPs, weather
messages, wind &temperature data, QNH, transition level, ATM
messages and component failures both timed and random.
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Tower Operator Role
Tower Operator Role consists of
5.2.2

Ground Controller (GND),

Local Controller (LCL),

Coordinator (COR),

Clearance Delivery (CDC),

Tower Tactical Supervisor (T-TACTSUP),

Departure Manager (DMAN),

Tower Evaluation Officer (T-EO),

Tower Flight Data Operator (T-FDO),

Tower Data Set Operator (T-DSO),

Military Tower Operator (MIL),

Flight Announcement Operator (FAO),

Bay Allocation Operator (BAO),

Aeronautical Reporting Office (ARO), and

Tower Maintenance Engineer (T-MTN)
Support Facility
Support facility for operator roles for Towers consists of hardware and software
characteristic.
a) Hardware Characteristic :
Hardware characteristic for operator roles consists of TED panel and
workstation & monitor type. Support facility for operator roles for Towers
also use Type B workstation, however, there is one (1) additional type of
workstation & monitor as follow:
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Type D consists of one workstation-grade computer and one 21”
touch-screen LCD monitor.
b) Software Characteristic:
Software characteristic for operator roles are as follow: ASD Function, GSD
Function, FDD Function, T-CMS and T-DSO.
5.2.3
Mapping between Tower Operator Role and Tower Workstation Types
In order to support the work of any operator role, a set of hardware will be
equipped/configured with appropriate software. The mapping table gives
examples of mapping between hardware and software for all operator roles. The
Tenderers are encouraged to use this mapping example as an initial guideline and
modify the content accordingly.
The operator role layouts are presented in attachments.
Role
1
LCL
2
COR
3
GND
4
CDC
5
TTACTSUP
6
7
8
9
DMAN
T-FDO
T-DSO
T-EO
10
MIL
Facility
HW Characteristic
Workstation
TED panel Printer
One (1) Type B
1
0
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type D
One (1) Type B
1
0
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type D
One (1) Type B
1
0
One (1) Type D
One (1) Type B
1
0
One (1) Type D
One (1) Type B
1
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type D
1
One (1) Type D
1
0
One (1) Type D
0
0
One (1) Type B
0
1
One (1) Type B
1
0
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type D
One (1) Type D
0
0
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Characteristic
ASD Function
GSD Function
FDD Function
ASD Function
GSD Function
FDD Function
GSD Function
FDD Function
GSD Function
FDD Function
ASD Function
GSD Function
FDD Function
FDD Function
FDD Function
T-DSO Function
ASD Function
GSD Function
FDD Function
FDD Function
Workstation
Name
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
TDSWS
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
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11
12
13
14
FAO
BAO
ARO
T-MTN
Facility
HW Characteristic
Workstation
TED panel Printer
One (1) Type D
0
0
One (1) Type D
0
0
One (1) Type D
0
1
One (1) Type B
1
1
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type D
One (1) Type B
One (1) Type B
SW
Characteristic
FDD Function
FDD Function
FDD Function
ASD Function
GSD Function
FDD Function
T-CMS Function
T-NMS Function
Workstation
Name
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
TCMWS
TNMWS
Table 19 Mapping Table to support Operator Role of Towers
5.2.4
Tower Operator Role Description
a) Local Controller
Local Controller (LCL) is responsible for fulfilling the following specific
tasks, at minimum:
b)

Ensure runway separation exists between aircraft;

Issue takeoff and landing instructions/clearances;

Organize the sequence of the departures in coordination with
Departure Manager (DMAN) when available ; and

Authorize aircraft/vehicle movements on or across runways.
Ground Controller
Ground Controller (GND) is responsible for fulfilling the following specific
tasks, at minimum:

Manage traffic on the maneuvering area with the exception of
runways;

Issue push-back/taxi clearances in coordination with Departure
Manager (DMAN) when available; and

Monitor and guide all the aircraft/vehicle movements on the
airport maneuvering area except for the runway.
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c) Coordinator
Coordinator (COR) is responsible for fulfilling the following specific tasks,
at minimum:

Coordinate with adjacent Approach Control Unit, GND, LCL,
Airport Operator, Airline Operator, other relevant stakeholders;

Alert the rescue and fire fighting services in the event of an
emergency; and

Issue departure time (ATD) and arrival time (ATA).
d) Clearance Delivery
Clearance Delivery (CDC) is responsible for fulfilling the following specific
tasks, at minimum:

Deliver of ATC clearances to departing IFR flights;
Remark: In case of the Aerodrome Control Tower doesn’t have Clearance
Delivery Position, the IFR flight plan clearances will be issued by Ground
Controller.
e) Tower Tactical Supervisor
The Tower Tactical Supervisor (T-TACTSUP) is responsible for fulfilling
the following specific tasks, at minimum:

Decide on staffing and manning of controllers in accordance
with expected traffic demand;

Alert search and rescue organizations in the event of an aircraft
accident;

Collaborate with adjacent Area Control Centre and Approach
Control Unit and Maintenance Engineer (MTN) when available;
and

Select the most appropriate runway-in-use.
f) Departure Manager
The Departure Manager (DMAN) is responsible for fulfilling the following
specific tasks, at minimum:
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Manage the target take-off time (TTOT) and target start-up
approval time (TSAT) taking multiple constraints and preference
into account; and

Coordinate and negotiate with appropriate units to maintain the
optimal use of runway.
g) Tower Flight Data Operator
The Tower Flight Data Operator (T-FDO) is responsible for ensuring that
flight data, aeronautical data and meteorological data within the ATM system
remains current and complete. In particular, this consists of the following
tasks:

Correct corrupted or invalid ATS messages and re-entry into the
system as necessary;

Enter aeronautical or meteorological data into the system if it
cannot be automatically processed;

Develop and distribute NOTAM’s and meteorological messages;
and

Assign of SSR codes to flights when not performed
automatically.
h) Tower Data Set Operator
Tower Data Set Operator (T-DSO) is responsible for fulfilling the following
specific tasks, at minimum:
i)

Produce the complete set of parameters in a dataset that is
specific for the current user environment and a specific system
software version,

Evaluate the dataset, when changes occur, in order to ensure the
validity of dataset;

Produce exercises to the simulator used for training and testing;
and

Distribute the validated dataset to the system.
Tower Evaluation Operator
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The Tower Evaluation Operator (T-EO) is responsible for, at minimum:
j)

Prepare evaluations on recorded system data;

Run evaluations on recorded system data;

Replay recorded data for incident analysis and safety
assessments as well as for technical analysis and evaluations;
and

Perform operational data analysis.
Military Tower Operator
The Military Tower Operator (MIL) is responsible for, at minimum:

Deliver of ATC clearances to departing IFR flights; and

Issue departure time (ATD) and arrival time (ATA).
k) Flight Announcement Operator
The Flight Announcement Operator (FAO) is responsible for, at minimum:

l)
Issue flight announcement at the airport.
Bay Allocation Operator
The Bay Allocation Operator (BAO) is responsible for, at minimum:

Issue bay allocation for flight.
m) The Aeronautical Reporting Office
The Aeronautical Reporting Office (ARO) is responsible for, at minimum:

Insert FPL;

Generate reports for flight plan related information;

Retrieve and view FPL; and

Issue DEP and ARR messages for flight.
n) Tower Maintenance Engineer
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Tower Maintenance Engineer (T-MTN) coordinates with various units to
perform tasks such as TECHSUP, OPSUP, etc. to perform maintenance
operations include, at minimum:

Operate and maintain the tower system;

Manage tower system information; and

Configure tower system.
Maintenance Engineer will operate in day/night shift (24/7).
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Site Information and Network Infrastructure
6.1
6.1.1
Site Information
Tung Mahamek Site
The facilities at Tung Mahamek Site related to TMCS consist of two (2)
buildings; which are New Operation Building and Existing Operation Building.
Attachment 6.6.1 illustrates the location of New Operation Building and Existing
Operation Building at Tung Mahamek Site.
a) New Operation Building
There are six (6) rooms reserved for TMCS in the New Operation Building.
b) Existing Operation Building
There are three (3) rooms reserved for TMCS in the Existing Operation
Building.
Each room is planned for specific operation purpose. Please also be advised that,
at the present, there are others servers and equipments installed in the some
allocated rooms. The site survey and site evaluation are recommended.
The following table describes the TMCS equipments and their planned installed
rooms at Tung Mahamek Site.
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System
Name
System
Description
Building Name
Floor
Room
Function
Room
Number
Floor
Plan
Operation Room
OPS806
Attachment 6.1.1a
End System
- BACC/BAPC
- Pre-tactical
1
NAS
MOPS
Equipment
- Redundant Data
processing
2
New Operation Building
3 Floor
Pre-tactical Operation Room
OPS301
Attachment 6.1.1b
New Operation Building
2nd Floor
Equipment Room
OPS201
Attachment 6.1.1c
nd
New Operation Building
2 Floor
Equipment Room
OPS201
Attachment 6.1.1c
New Operation Building
8th Floor
Fallback System Room
OPS802
Attachment 6.1.1a
Existing Operation Building
3rd Floor
CON/TRA Room
EXO301
Attachment 6.1.1d
- Pseudo Pilot
rd
Existing Operation Building
3 Floor
Pilot Room
EXO302
Attachment 6.1.1d
Existing Operation Building
1st Floor
Equipment Room
EXO104
Attachment 6.1.1e
Equipment
- VCCS
NAS IBS &
APP IBS
rd
- F-VCCS
- Data processing
3
8th Floor
- VCCS
End System
- BACC/BAPC
CON/TRA
NAS
CON/TRA
New Operation Building
Equipment
- Redundant Data
processing
st
Existing Operation Building
1 Floor
Equipment Room
EXO104
Attachment 6.1.1e
New Operation Building
2nd Floor
Equipment Room
OPS201
Attachment 6.1.1c
New Operation Building
8th Floor
UPS #1 Room
OPS804
Attachment 6.1.1a
UPS #2 Room
OPS202
Attachment 6.1.1c
UPS for NAS MOPS
4
UPS
- UPS #1
- UPS #2
New Operation Building
nd
2 Floor
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6.1.2
Chiang Mai Site
The Chiang Mai Approach Control Centre (CMA APC) Building at Chiang Mai
Site has allocated five (5) rooms for TMCS. Each room is planned for specific
operation purpose.
Please be advised that, at the present, there are other servers and equipments
installed in some rooms. The site survey and site evaluation are recommended.
The following table describes the TMCS equipments and their planned installed
rooms at Chiang Mai Site.
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System
Name
System
Description
Room
Number
Floor
Plan
Operation Room
CMA201
Attachment 6.1.2a
2nd Floor
Equipment Room
CMA203
Attachment 6.1.2a
CMA APC Building
2nd Floor
Equipment Room
CMA203
Attachment 6.1.2a
CMA APC Building
2nd Floor
Equipment Room
CMA203
Attachment 6.1.2a
- CMA APP CON/TRA
CMA APC Building
2nd Floor
CON/TRA Room
CMA202
Attachment 6.1.2a
- Pseudo Pilot
CMA APC Building
2nd Floor
Pilot Room
CMA202
Attachment 6.1.2a
- Data processing
CMA APC Building
2nd Floor
CON/TRA Room
CMA202
Attachment 6.1.2a
- VCCS
CMA APC Building
2nd Floor
CON/TRA Room
CMA202
Attachment 6.1.2a
CMA APC Building
7th Floor
Local Tower Control Room
CMA701
Attachment 6.1.2a
CMA APC Building
CMA APC Building
2nd Floor
1st Floor
Equipment Room
UPS Room
CMA203
CMA101
Attachment 6.1.2a
Attachment 6.1.2b
Building Name
Floor
CMA APC Building
2nd Floor
CMA APC Building
- VCCS
- F-VCCS
Room
Function
End System
- CMA APC
1
CMA APP
MOPS
Equipment
- Redundant Data
processing
End System
2
CMA APP
CON/TRA
Equipment
End System
- CMA Local Tower
3
CMA LTS
4
UPS
Equipment
- Redundant Data
processing
UPS #2
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6.1.3
Hat Yai Site
The facilities at Hat yai Site related to TMCS consist of two (2) building which
are The Hat Yai Approach Control Centre (HTY APC) Building and CON/TRA
Building.
Attachment 6.1.3 illustrates the location of the buildings.
a) HTY APC Building
There are three (3) rooms allocated for the TMCS in the HTY APC Building.
b) Training Building
There are two (2) rooms allocated for the TMCS in the Training Building.
Each room is planned for specific operation purpose. Please be advised that, at
the present, there are others equipments installed in some rooms. The site survey
and site evaluation are recommended.
The following table describes the TMCS equipments and their planned installed
rooms at Hat Yai Site.
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System
Name
System
Description
Building Name
Floor
HTY APC Building
2nd Floor
HTY APC Building
2nd Floor
Room
Function
Room
Number
Floor
Plan
Interim Operation Room
HTY201
Attachment 6.1.3a
End System
- HTY APC
1
HTY APP
MOPS
Equipment
- Redundant Data processing
- VCCS
Equipment Room
HTY202
Attachment 6.1.3a
nd
Equipment Room
HTY202
Attachment 6.1.3a
nd
2 Floor
Equipment Room
HTY202
Attachment 6.1.3a
1st Floor
CON/TRA Room
HTN102
Attachment 6.1.3b
1st Floor
Pilot Room
HTN101
Attachment 6.1.3b
1st Floor
Equipment Room
HTN103
Attachment 6.1.3b
1st Floor
Equipment Room
HTN103
Attachment 6.1.3b
HTY APC Building
6th Floor
Local Tower Control Room
HTY601
Attachment 6.1.3a
HTY APC Building
Training Building
2nd Floor
1st Floor
Equipment Room
UPS Room
HTY202
HTN104
Attachment 6.1.3a
Attachment 6.1.3b
HTY APC Building
- F-VCCS
HTY APC Building
2 Floor
End System
HTY Training
Building
HTY Training
Building
- HTY APP CON/TRA
2
HTY APP
CON/TRA
- Pseudo Pilot
Equipment
HTY Training
Building
HTY Training
Building
- Data processing
- VCCS
End System
3
HTY LTS
- HTY Local Tower
Equipment
4
UPS
- Redundant Data processing
UPS # 2
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6.1.4
Phuket Site
The facilities at Phuket Site related to TMCS consist of two (2) building which
are The Phuket Approach Control Centre (PUT APC) Building and
Administrative Building.
Attachment 6.1.4 illustrates the location of the buildings.
a) PUT APC Building
There are three (3) rooms allocated for the TMCS in the PUT APC Building.
b) Administrative Building
There are three (3) rooms allocated for the TMCS in the Administrative
Building.
Each room is planned for specific operation purpose. Please be advised that, at
the present, there are others equipments installed in some rooms. The site survey
and site evaluation are recommended.
The following table describes the TMCS equipments and their planned installed
rooms at Phuket Site.
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System
Name
System
Description
Building Name
Floor
Room
Function
Room
Number
Floor
Plan
End System
- PUT APC
1
PUT APP
MOPS
PUT APC Building
1st Floor
Operation Room
PUT101
Attachment 6.1.4a
PUT APC Building
1st Floor
Equipment
- Redundant Data processing
- VCCS
PUT APC Building
- F-VCCS
Equipment Room
PUT102
Attachment 6.1.4a
st
Equipment Room
PUT102
Attachment 6.1.4a
st
1 Floor
PUT APC Building
1 Floor
Equipment Room
PUT102
Attachment 6.1.4a
Administrative Building
2nd Floor
CON/TRA Room
PAD201
Attachment 6.1.4b
End System
- PUT APP CON/TRA
2
PUT APP
CON/TRA
- Pseudo Pilot
nd
Administrative Building
2 Floor
Pilot Room
PAD 202
Attachment 6.1.4b
- Data processing
Administrative Building
2nd Floor
Equipment Room
PAD 203
Attachment 6.1.4b
- VCCS
Administrative Building
2nd Floor
Equipment Room
PAD 203
Attachment 6.1.4b
PUT APC Building
9th Floor
Local Tower Control Room
PUT901
Attachment 6.1.4a
PUT APC Building
Administrative Building
2nd Floor
1st Floor
Equipment Room
UPS Room
PUT102
PAD101
Attachment 6.1.4a
Attachment 6.1.4c
Equipment
End System
3
PUT LTS
- PUT Local Tower
Equipment
4
UPS
- Redundant Data processing
UPS # 2
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Phitsanulok Site
The facilities at Phitsanulok Site related to TMCS consists of two (2) building
which are The Phitsanulok Approach Control Centre (PSL APC) Building and
Administrative Building.
Attachment 6.1.5 illustrates the location of the buildings.
a) PSL APC Building
There are three (3) rooms allocated for the TMCS in the PSL APC Building.
b) Administrative Building
There are three (3) rooms allocated for the TMCS in the Administrative
Building.
Each room is planned for specific operation purpose. Please be advised that, at
the present, there are others equipments installed in some rooms. The site survey
and site evaluation are recommended.
The following table describes the TMCS equipments and their planned installed
rooms at Phitsanulok Site.
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System
Name
System
Description
Building Name
Floor
Room
Function
Room
Number
Floor
Plan
End System
- PSL APC
1
PSL APP
MOPS
PSL APC Building
2nd Floor
Operation Room
PSL201
Attachment 6.1.5a
PSL APC Building
2nd Floor
Equipment
- Redundant Data processing
- VCCS
PSL APC Building
- F-VCCS
Equipment Room
PSL202
Attachment 6.1.5a
nd
Equipment Room
PSL202
Attachment 6.1.5a
nd
2 Floor
PSL APC Building
2 Floor
Equipment Room
PSL202
Attachment 6.1.5a
Administrative Building
3rd Floor
CON/TRA Room
ADM301
Attachment 6.1.5b
Pilot Room
ADM302
Attachment 6.1.5b
End System
- PSL APP CON/TRA
2
PSL APP
CON/TRA
- Pseudo Pilot
rd
Administrative Building
3
Floor
- Data processing
Administrative Building
3rd Floor
Equipment Room
ADM303
Attachment 6.1.5b
- VCCS
Administrative Building
3rd Floor
Equipment Room
ADM303
Attachment 6.1.5b
PSL APC Building
6th Floor
Local Tower Control Room
PSL601
Attachment 6.1.5a
PSL APC Building
Administrative Building
2nd Floor
1st Floor
Equipment Room
UPS Room
PSL202
ADM101
Attachment 6.1.5a
Attachment 6.1.5c
Equipment
End System
3
PSL LTS
- PSL Local Tower
Equipment
4
UPS
- Redundant Data processing
UPS # 2
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6.1.6
Hua Hin Site
The facilities in Hua Hin Site related to TMCS consist of two (2) buildings which
are Hua Hin Approach Control Centre (HHN APC) Building and Air Field
Lighting Building.
Attachment 6.1.6 illustrates the location of buildings at Hua Hin APP Control
Centre.
a) HHN APC Building
There are three (3) rooms allocated for TMCS in the HHN APC Building.
b) Air Field Lighting Building
There are three (3) rooms allocated for the TMCS in the Air Field Lighting
Building.
Each room is planned for specific operation purpose. Please be advised that, at
the present, there are others equipments installed in some rooms. The site survey
and site evaluation are recommended.
The following table describes the TMCS equipments and their planned installed
rooms at Hua Hin Site.
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System
Name
System
Description
Building Name
Floor
Room
Function
Room
Number
Floor
Plan
End System
- HHN APP
1
HHN APP
MOPS
HHN APC Building
6th Floor
Operation Room
HHN601
Attachment 6.1.6a
HHN APC Building
7th Floor
Equipment
- Redundant Data processing
- VCCS
HHN APC Building
- F-VCCS
Equipment Room
HHN701
Attachment 6.1.6b
th
Equipment Room
HHN701
Attachment 6.1.6b
th
7 Floor
HHN APC Building
7 Floor
Equipment Room
HHN701
Attachment 6.1.6b
Air Field Lighting Building
1st Floor
CON/TRA Room
AFL101
Attachment 6.1.6c
End System
- HHN APP CON/TRA
2
HHN APP
CON/TRA
- Psuedo Pilot
st
Air Field Lighting Building
1 Floor
CON/TRA Room
AFL101
Attachment 6.1.6c
- Data processing
Air Field Lighting Building
1st Floor
Equipment Room
AFL101
Attachment 6.1.6c
- VCCS
Air Field Lighting Building
1st Floor
Equipment Room
AFL101
Attachment 6.1.6c
HHN APC Building
8th Floor
Local Tower Control Room
HHN801
Attachment 6.1.6a
HHN APC Building
UPS Shelter
7th Floor
1st Floor
Equipment Room
UPS Room
HHN701
UPS101
Attachment 6.1.6b
Attachment 6.1.6
Equipment
End System
3
HHN LTS
- HHN Local Tower
Equipment
4
UPS
- Redundant Data processing
UPS # 2
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Suvarnabhumi Airport site
The site consists of three (3) buildings which are ATC Support Building,
Aerodrome Control Tower, and CON/TRA Building.
Attachment 6.1.7 illustrates the location of the buildings.
a) ATC Support Building
There are three (3) rooms allocated for the TMCS in the ATC Support
Building.
b) Aerodrome Control Tower
There are two (2) rooms allocated for TMCS in the Aerodrome Control
Tower.
c) Emergency Building
There are four (4) rooms allocated for TMCS in the Emergency Building.
Each room is planned for specific operation purpose. Please be advised that, at
the present, there are others equipments installed in some rooms. The site survey
and site evaluation are recommended.
The following table describes the TMCS equipments and their planned installed
rooms at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site.
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System
Name
System
Description
Building Name
Floor
ATC Support Building
4th Floor
ATC Support Building
5th Floor
Room
Function
Room
Number
Floor
Plan
Operation Room
ATC419
Attachment 6.1.7a
End System
- BAPP
1
BAPP
MOPS
Equipment
- Redundant Data processing
- VCCS
- F-VCCS
ATC Support Building
Equipment Room
ATC521
Attachment 6.1.7b
th
Equipment Room
ATC521
Attachment 6.1.7b
th
5 Floor
ATC Support Building
5 Floor
Equipment Room
ATC521
Attachment 6.1.7b
Emergency Building
3rd Floor
CON/TRA Room
EMG302
Attachment 6.1.7d
End System
- BAPP CON/TRA
2
BAPP
CON/TRA
- Psuedo Pilot
rd
Emergency Building
3 Floor
Pilot Room
EMG303
Attachment 6.1.7d
- Data processing
Emergency Building
3rd Floor
Equipment Room
EMG301
Attachment 6.1.7d
- VCCS
Emergency Building
3rd Floor
Equipment Room
EMG301
Attachment 6.1.7d
SBA Tower Building
T7 floor
Local Tower Control Room
TWR0T7
Attachment 6.1.7c
ATC Support Building
5th Floor
Equipment Room
ATC521
Attachment 6.1.7b
ATC Support Building
2nd Floor
UPS #1 Room
ATC210
Attachment 6.1.7e
SBA Tower Building
1st Floor
UPS #2 Room
TWR101
Attachment 6.1.7e
Emergency Building
1st Floor
UPS #3 Room
EMG101
Attachment 6.1.7e
Equipment
End System
3
SBA LTS
- SBA Local Tower
Equipment
- Redundant Data processing
UPS for BAPP MOPS
- UPS #1
4
UPS
UPS for SBA LTS
- UPS #2
UPS for BAPP CON/TRA
- UPS #3
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6.1.8
Remote Tower
There are thirty (30) remote towers under responsibility of AEROTHAI located
at airports throughout BKK FIR and four (4) Military towers associated with
TMCS
AEROTHAI may provide floor-plan for each remote tower upon request.
However, site survey of each remote tower may be conducted by Tenderer.
a) List of Remote Tower
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
Don Muang Tower
Udon Thani Tower
Samui Tower
Nakhon Si Thamarat Tower
Khon Kaen Tower
Chiang Rai Tower
Ubon Ratchathani Tower
Krabi Tower
Surat Thani Tower
Sakon Nakhon Tower
Nakhon Phanom Tower
Nakhon Ratchasima Tower
Petchaboon Tower
Nan Tower
Phare Tower
Loei Tower
Buriram Tower
Roi Et Tower
Surin Tower
Chumporn Tower
Trat Tower
Mae Hong Son Tower
Lampang Tower
Sukhothai Tower
Tak Tower
Mae Sod Tower
Ranong Tower
Trang Tower
Pattani Tower
Narathiwat Tower
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Each remote tower has been installed with equipments for existing systems.
It will be used for installation of equipments of the new RTS.
b) List of Military Tower
1.
2.
3.
4.
Korat
Takhli
U-tapao
Kampangsan
Each military tower has been installed with equipments for existing systems.
It will be used for installation of the Military RTS.
6.1.9
Air Defense Units
There are three (3) air defense units associated with BACC/BAPC operation
which are OSCAR, BIG SHELL, and FOCAL. All equipments for air defense
units will be initially installed and tested at Tung Mahamek Site. Then, the
equipments will be transferred to corresponding air defense units.
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Network Infrastructure
Network diagram provided for TMCS are depicted in figure xx.
Figure 10 Network Diagram (System Capabilities Level III and IV)
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IP Cloud Network Equipment
From the diagram, the detailed of each connection are listed in table below.
Please note that all ATS-related systems will share the same network
infrastructure and bandwidth when connecting to cloud.
Site
Tung Mahamek
Location of Network Equipment
Reference
Building
Floor
Code
Name
A01
A02
SBA
A03
A04
New
Operation
Building
Existing
Operation
Building
ATC
Support
Building
Emergency
Building
1
Layer-3
Router/Switch
100 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
5
Layer-3
Router/Switch
100 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
3
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
100 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
10 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
DMA
Tower
4
Chiang Mai Site
A05
CMA APC
Building
2
Hat Yai Site
A06
HTY APC
Building
2
A07
Training
Building
1
A08
PUT APC
Building
1
A09
Admin. Bld.
2
A10
PSL APC
Building
1
A11
Admin. Bld.
3
A12
Operation
Bld.
5
A13
AFL Bld.
1
Hua Hin Site
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Connector
Type
Layer-3
Router/Switch
A14
Phitsanulok Site
Network
Bandwidth
to/from
cloud
100 Mbps
2
DMA
Phuket Site
Equipment
Type
RJ-45
10/100/1000
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Reference
Building
Floor
Code
Name
Site
Ubon Ratchathani
Site
A15
UBL Tower
7
Udon Thani Site
A16
UDN
Tower
6
Nakhon
Ratchasima Site
A18
KRT Tower
7
Surat Thani Site
A17
SUR Tower
3
Other Remote
Tower Sites*
Network
Bandwidth
to/from
cloud
1 Mbps
Equipment
Type
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Connector
Type
RJ-45
10/100/1000
1 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
1 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
1 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
1 Mbps
RJ-45
10/100/1000
Table 27 Network Connection Description
* Other Remote Tower Sites include the following towers:
Site
Samui Tower
Nakhon Si Thamarat
Tower
Khon Kaen Tower
Chiang Rai Tower
Krabi Tower
Sakon Nakhon Tower
Nakhon Phanom
Tower
Petchaboon Tower
Nan Tower
Location of Network
Equipment on Tower
(Floor)
3
5
3
3
5
6
6
6
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Equipment
Type
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Network
Bandwidth
To/from cloud
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
Connector
Type
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
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Phare Tower
Loei Tower
Buriram Tower
Roi Et Tower
Surin Tower
Chumporn Tower
Trat Tower
Mae Hong Son Tower
Lampang Tower
Sukhothai Tower
Tak Tower
Mae Sod Tower
Ranong Tower
Trang Tower
Pattani Tower
Narathiwat Tower
Location of Network
Equipment on Tower
(Floor)
6
3
6
6
4
6
1
6
3
3
3
2
5
2
4
5
Equipment
Type
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Layer-3
Router/Switch
Network
Bandwidth
To/from cloud
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
1 Mbps
Connector
Type
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
RJ-45
10/100/1000
Table 28 Network Connection Description for Other Remote Towers
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Communication Media Infrastructure between buildings
From the diagram, the detailed of each communication media infrastructure
between buildings are listed in table below.
Site
MK
Reference
Code
L01
SBA
L02
L03
L04
HTY
L05
PUT
L06
PSL
L07
HHN
L08
Media
Type
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Technical
Description
Single-Mode
24 core
FC-Patch Panel
Single-Mode
12 Core
FC-Patch Panel
Single-Mode
6 Core
FC-Patch Panel
Single-Mode
6 Core
FC-Patch Panel
Single-Mode
6 Core
FC-Patch Panel
Single-Mode
12 Core
FC-Patch Panel
Single-Mode
12 Core
FC-Patch Panel
Single-Mode
12 Core
FC-Patch Panel
Distance
(Building-Building)
Approximately 200 m
Bandwidth
Approximately 500 m
100 Mbps
Approximately 500 m
100 Mbps
Approximately 500 m
100 Mbps
Approximately 200 m
10 Mbps
Approximately 3000 m
10 Mbps
Approximately 200 m
10 Mbps
Approximately 100 m
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
Table 29 Communication Media Infrastructure between buildings
7
The Planned Workstation Quantities
This section describes, in details, the quantities of workstations for all operator roles of
all systems planned for the operation of TMCS. The dimension layout of workstations
and operator roles are depicted in diagrams in Appendix 2.
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7.1
Nationwide Air Traffic Management System (NAS):
Located at AEROTHAI Headquarter, the NAS have two systems. The planned quantities of workstations for operator role are
described in table format.
7.1.1
NAS MOPS:
NAS MOPS
Location
Operation Room
New Operation
Building
Pre-tactical
Operation Room
New Operation
Building
Equipment Room
New Operation
Building
Total
Operator Role
EC / PC ACC
EC / PC APP
AMAN ACC
AMAN APP
FISL
OPSUP
TECHSUP
ASM
TACTSUP
FDO
FMM
CMAC
FMC
DSO
EO
MTN
CWS
32
12
1
1
1
4
CWS
(Optional)
Workstation Quantity
FDWS
DAWS
CMWS
(Optional) (Optional) (Optional)
NMWS
DSWS
(Optional) (Optional)
8
3
2
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
2
2
56
1
23
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
Table 30 List of workstation quantities for NAS MOPS
Note: The quantities of hardware in this table under the CWS column reflects the required minimum numbers of hardware for the NAS MOPS.
The quantities of hardware under the columns marked with “(optional)” are highly desirable additional numbers of hardware for the NAS MOPS.
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NAS CON/TRA:
NAS CON/TRA
Workstation Quantity
Operator
Location
Role
CWS FDWS/PSPWS/TMCWS CMWS DSWS
12
EC / PC
EC / PC APP
8
1
CON/TRA Room FISL
Existing Operation TECHSUP
2*
Building
TMC
4
FDO/PSP
10
DSO
1
Total
21
14
2
1
* CMWS for NAS CON/TRA will be placed together with MTN or TECHSUP workstations of
NAS MOPS in the operational building.
Table 31 List of workstation quantities for NAS CON/TRA
7.2
BAPP System:
Located at Suvarnabhumi Airport, the BAPP System has two systems. The planned
quantities of role positions are described in table format.
7.2.1
BAPP MOPS
BAPP MOPS:
Workstation Quantity
Operator Role
Location
Operation Room
ATC Support
Building
Equipment
Room
ATC Support
Building
Total
EC / PC APP
TACTSUP
FDO
MTN
CWS
22
2
FDWS CMWS DSWS DAWS
NMWS
2
2
1
DSO
26
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Table 32 List of workstation quantities for BAPP MOPS
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BAPP CON/TRA
Location
BAPP CON/TRA:
CON/TRA Operation
Room
Emergency Building
Operator Role
EC / PC APP
MTN
TMC
FDO/PSP
DSO
Workstation Quantity
FDOWS/PSPWS/TMCWS CMWS DSWS
CWS
16
1
1
10
Total
16
11
1
1
1
Table 33 List of workstation quantities for BAPP CON/TRA
7.3
Air Defense Units
BACC/BAPC operation will exchange information with Air Defense Unit in order to
coordinate. The planned quantities of role positions are described in table format
Air Defense Units
Location
Big Shell
Oscar
Focal
Total
Workstation Quantity
CWS
1
1
1
3
Operator Role
ADF
ADF
ADF
Table 34 List of workstation quantities for Air Defense Units
7.4
CMA APP System:
Located at Chiangmai airport, the CMA APP System has two systems. The planned
quantities of role positions are described in table format.
7.4.1
CMA APP MOPS:
CMA APP MOPS
Location
Operator Role
EC / PC APP
Operation
FDO
Room
CMA APC
AMAN
Building
TACTSUP
Equipment
MTN / EO
Room
CMA APC
Building
DSO
CWS
6
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Workstation Quantity
FDWS CMWS DSWS DAWS NMWS
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
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Location
Operator Role
Total
CWS
10
Workstation Quantity
FDWS CMWS DSWS DAWS NMWS
1
1
1
1
1
Table 35 List of workstation quantities for CMA APP MOPS
7.4.2
CMA APP CON/TRA:
CMA APP CON/TRA
Workstation Quantity
Location
Operator Role
CWS FDWS/PSPWS/TMCWS CMWS DSWS
EC / PC APP
4
2*
CON/TRA Room MTN
CMA APC
TMC
1
Building
FDO/PSP
4
DSO
1
Total
4
5
1
1
* CMWS for CMA APP CON/TRA will be placed together with MTN workstations of CMA
APP MOPS.
Table 36 List of workstation quantities for CMA APP CON/TRA
7.5
HTY APP System:
Located at Hatyai airport, the HTY APP System has two systems. The planned
quantities of positions are described in table format.
7.5.1
HTY APP MOPS:
HTY APP MOPS
Location
Operator Role
EC / PC APP
Operation Room
FDO
HTY APC
AMAN
Building
TACTSUP
Equipment Room MTN / EO
HTY APC
DSO
Building
Total
CWS
6
Workstation Quantity
FDWS CMWS DSWS DAWS NMWS
1
1
1
2
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Table 37 List of workstation quantities for HTY APP MOPS
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HTY APP CON/TRA:
HTY APP CON/TRA
Workstation Quantity
Location
Operator Role
CWS FDWS/PSPWS/TMCWS CMWS DSWS
4
EC / PC APP
MTN
2*
Equipment Room
TMC
1
Training Building
FDO
4
DSO
1
Total
4
5
1
1
* CMWS for HTY APP CON/TRA will be placed together with MTN workstations of HTY APP
MOPS.
Table 38 List of workstation quantities for HTY APP CON/TRA
7.6
PUT APP System:
Located at Phuket airport, the PUT APP System has two systems. The planned
quantities of positions are described in table format.
7.6.1
PUT APP MOPS:
PUT APP MOPS
Location
Operator Role
EC / PC APP
FDO
Operation Room
PUT APC Building AMAN
TACTSUP
Equipment Room MTN / EO
PUT APC Building DSO
Total
CWS
6
Workstation Quantity
FDWS CMWS DSWS DAWS
NMWS
1
1
1
2
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Table 39 List of workstation quantities for PUT APP MOPS
7.6.2
PUT APP CON/TRA:
PUT APP CON/TRA
Location
Operator Role
CWS
EC / PC APP
4
CON/TRA Room MTN
Administrative
TMC
Building
FDO
DSO
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2*
1
4
1
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4
5
1
1
* CMWS for PUT APP CON/TRA will be placed together with MTN workstations of PUT APP
MOPS.
Table 40 List of workstation quantities for PUT APP CON/TRA
7.7
PSL APP System:
Located at Phitsanulok airport, the PSL APP System has two systems. The planned
quantities of positions are described in table format.
7.7.1
PSL APP MOPS:
PSL APP MOPS
Location
Operator Role
EC / PC APP
Operation Room
FDO
PSL APC Building
TACTSUP
MTN / EO
Equipment Room
PSL APC Building
DSO
Total
CWS
4
Workstation Quantity
FDWS CMWS DSWS DAWS
NMWS
1
1
2
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Table 41 List of workstation quantities for PSL APP MOPS
7.7.2
PSL APP CON/TRA:
PSL APP CON/TRA
Workstation Quantity
Location
Operator Role
CWS FDWS/PSPWS/TMCWS CMWS DSWS
EC / PC APP
4
2*
CON/TRA Room MTN
Administrative
TMC
1
Building
FDO
4
DSO
1
Total
4
5
1
1
* CMWS for PSL APP CON/TRA will be placed together with MTN workstations of PSL APP
MOPS.
Table 42 List of workstation quantities for PSL APP CON/TRA
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HHN APP System:
Located at Hua Hin airport, the HHN APP System has two systems. The planned
quantities of positions are described in table format.
7.8.1
HHN APP MOPS:
HHN APP MOPS Location
Operator Role
EC / PC APP
Operation Room
FDO
HHN APC Building
TACTSUP
MTN / EO
Equipment Room
HHN APC Building DSO
Total
Workstation Quantity
CWS FDWS CMWS DSWS DAWS
4
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
NMWS
1
1
Table 43 List of workstation quantities for HHN APP MOPS
7.8.2
HHN APP CON/TRA:
HHN APP CON/TRA
Workstation Quantity
Location
Operator Role
CWS FDWS/PSPWS/TMCWS CMWS DSWS
EC / PC APP
4
CON/TRA
MTN
2*
Room
Air Field
TMC
1
Lighting
FDO
4
Building
DSO
1
Total
4
5
1
1
* CMWS for HHN APP CON/TRA will be placed together with MTN workstations of HHN APP
MOPS.
Table 44 List of workstation quantities for HHN APP CON/TRA
7.9
Tower System:
The towers across BKK FIR are categorized into 4 categories as follow:
7.9.1
Level-I Tower System
The planned quantities of positions of each level-I tower system are described in
table format:
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Operator Role
Military Tower Operator
Workstation Quantities (Set)
MIL
1
Table 45 List of workstation quantities for Level-1 Tower System
7.9.2
Level-II Tower System
The planned quantities of positions of each level-II tower system are described in
table format:
Level-II Tower System
ASD
WS
1
Operator Role
LCL
GND
COR
T-FDO
T-MTN
Total
ASDWS
(Optional)
1
1
Workstation Quantity
GSD
GSDWS
FDD
FDDWS
WS (Optional) WS (Optional)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
T-CMS
(Optional)
1
1
2
Table 46 List of workstation quantities for Level-II Tower System
Note: The quantities of hardware in this table under the ASD, GSD, FDD column reflects the
minimum numbers of hardware for the Tower System. The quantities of hardware under the
columns marked with “(optional)” are desirable additional numbers of hardware for the Tower
System.
7.9.3
Level-III Tower System
The planned quantities of positions of each level-III tower system are described
in table format:
Level-III Tower System
Operator Role
LCL
ASDWS
1
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T-CMS
GSDWS FDDWS (Optional) (Optional)
1
1
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Operator Role
GND
COR
T-FDO
T-MTN
Total
ASDWS
1
2
Workstation Quantity
FDDWS
T-CMS
GSDWS FDDWS (Optional) (Optional)
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
Table 47 List of workstation quantities for Level-III Tower System
Note: The quantities of hardware in this table under the ASD, GSD, FDD column reflects the
minimum numbers of hardware for the Tower System. The quantities of hardware under the
columns marked with “(optional)” are desirable additional numbers of hardware for the Tower
System.
7.9.4
Level-IV Tower System
There are two (2) tower systems within this level. Their respective planned
quantities of positions are separately described due to their uniqueness.
a) Suvarnabhumi International Airport (SBA) Tower System: SBA Tower
System comprises of 2 systems.

SBA LTS Location
SVB Airport
Control
Tower
5th Floor
Equipment
room
SBA LTS: The planned quantities of positions are described in
table format:
Operator Role
LCL
GND
CDC
T-FDO
T-TACTSUP
T-MTN
T-EO
T-DSO
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Workstation Quantity
ASDWS GSDWS FDDWS T-CMS
3
3
3
4
4
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
T-DSO
1
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4th Floor
ATC
Complex
ARO Office
AOT Office
Total
Workstation Quantity
ASDWS GSDWS FDDWS T-CMS
Operator Role
Information Sets
ARO
BAO
8
9
14
21
3
1
1
21
T-DSO
1
1
Table 48 List of workstation quantities for Level-IV - SBA LTS

SBA Emergency Tower System: The planned quantities of
positions are described in table format:
SBA Emergency Tower System
Location
Operator Role
LCL
GND
West Apron T-TACTSUP
T-FDO
CDC
LCL
East Apron GND
T-FDO
Total
Workstation Quantity
ASDWS GSDWS FDDWS
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
4
10
14
Table 49 List of workstation quantities for Level-IV - SBA Emergency Tower System
b) Don Muang Airport (DMA) Remote Tower System (RTS): DMA Tower
System comprises 2 systems.

DMA Tower System: The planned quantities of positions are
described in table format:
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DMA RTS Location
Workstation Quantity
ASDWS GSDWS FDDWS T-CMS
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Operator Role
LCL
GND
DMA Tower T-FDO / CDC
DMAN
T-TACTSUP
T-MTN
Equipment
T-DSO
Room
T-EO
ARO Office ARO
BAO (AOT)
AOT Office
FAO (AOT)
Total
T-DSO
1
1
1
4
6
1
1
2
1
13
1
1
Table 50 List of workstation quantities for Level-IV - DMA RTS

DMA Emergency Tower System: The planned quantities of
positions are described in table format:
DMA Emergency Tower System
Location
Operator Role
LCL
DMA
GND
APRON
T-FDO / CDC
TOWER
T-TACTSUP
Total
Workstation Quantity
ASDWS GSDWS FDDWS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
Table 51 List of workstation quantities for Level-IV - DMA Emergency Tower System
7.10
7.10.1
Additional requirements for workstations:
Optional workstations:
The TMCS will be designed to support the following optional End Systems
without software modification:
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a) The BACC/BAPC NAS can accommodate the concurrent operation of
additional 30 End Systems as listed below:
o
EC / PC APP can be accommodated with optional 8 CWS.
o
AMAN ACC can be accommodated with optional 3 CWS.
o
AMAN APP can be accommodated with optional 2 CWS.
o
FISL can be accommodated with optional 4 CWS.
o
TECHSUP can be accommodated with additional 1 CMWS
o
ASM can be accommodated with optional 1 CWS.
o
TACTSUP can be accommodated with optional 1 CWS.
o
FDO can be accommodated with optional 2 FDWS.
o
FMM can be accommodated with optional 1 CWS.
o
FMC can be accommodated with optional 3 CWS.
o
DSO can be accommodated with optional 1 DSWS.
o
EO can be accommodated with optional 1 DAWS.
o
MTN can be accommodated with optional 1 CMWS and
optional 1 NMWS.
b) The BACC/BAPC NAS will be provided with the appropriate software
for the previously mentioned additional 30 End Systems. Only hardware
and suitable operating system will be needed in order to expand the
BACC/BAPC NAS for optional End Systems.
c) The BACC/BAPC NAS will be provided with appropriate network
infrastructure including network equipment, cable and wiring, and
installation for the previously mentioned additional 30 End Systems.
Only hardware will be needed in order to expand the BACC/BAPC NAS
for optional End Systems.
d) The Level-II Tower System can accommodate the concurrent operation
of additional 5 End Systems as listed below:
o
COR can be accommodated with optional 1 ASDWS, optional 1
GSDWS and optional 1 FDDWS.
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T-FDO can be accommodated with optional 1 FDDWS.
o
T-MTN can be accommodated with optional 1 T-CMS.
e) The Level-II Tower System will be provided with the appropriate
software for the previously mentioned additional 5 End Systems. Only
hardware and suitable operating system will be needed in order to
expand the Level-II Tower System for optional End Systems.
f) The Level-II Tower System will be provided with appropriate network
infrastructure including network equipment, cable and wiring, and
installation for the previously mentioned additional 5 End Systems. Only
hardware will be needed in order to expand the Level-II Tower System
for optional End Systems.
g) The Level-III Tower System can accommodate the concurrent operation
of additional 2 End Systems as listed below:
o
T-FDO can be accommodated with optional 1 FDDWS.
o
T-MTN can be accommodated with optional 1 T-CMS.
h) The Level-III Tower System will be provided with the appropriate
software for the previously mentioned additional 2 End Systems. Only
hardware and suitable operating system will be needed in order to
expand the Level-III Tower System for optional End Systems.
i)
7.10.2
The Level-III Tower System will be provided with appropriate network
infrastructure including network equipment, cable and wiring, and
installation for the previously mentioned additional 2 End Systems. Only
hardware will be needed in order to expand the Level-III Tower System
for optional End Systems.
Future Expansion:
The TMCS will expand in the future, therefore, the system will be designed to
support the following expansion capacity using hardware upgrade without
software modification:
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The BACC/BAPC NAS can accommodate the concurrent operation of additional
52 workstations as listed below:
o
EC / PC ACC can be expanded with additional 32 CWS.
o
EC / PC APP can be expanded with additional 20 CWS.
BAPP can accommodate the concurrent operation of additional 24 workstations
as listed below:
o
EC / PC APP can be further expanded with additional 24 CWS.
The CMA APP System can accommodate the concurrent operation of additional
6 workstations as listed below:
o
EC / PC APP can be further expanded with additional 6 CWS.
The HTY APP System can accommodate the concurrent operation of additional 6
workstations as listed below:
o
EC / PC APP can be further expanded with additional 6 CWS.
The PUT APP System can accommodate the concurrent operation of additional 6
workstations as listed below:
o
EC / PC APP can be further expanded with additional 6 CWS.
The PSL APP System can accommodate the concurrent operation of additional 4
workstations as listed below:
o
EC / PC APP can be further expanded with additional 4 CWS.
The HHN APP System can accommodate the concurrent operation of additional
4 workstations as listed below.
o
EC / PC APP can be further expanded with additional 4 CWS.
The NAS IBS can accommodate the concurrent operation of workstations as
listed in the table below.
NAS IBS
Location
TBD
Operator Role
EC / PC ACC
EC / PC APP
AMAN ACC
CWS
32
20
3
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FISL
OPSUP
TECHSUP
ASM
TACTSUP
FDO
DSO
EO
FMM
CMAC
FMC
MTN
Total
2
4
1
1
2
5
1
2
2
2
1
1
3
2
79
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
Table 52 Workstation Quantities of NAS IBS
The APP IBS can accommodate the concurrent operation of workstations as
listed in the table below.
APP IBS
Location
TBD
Operator Role
EC / PC APP
EC APP
TACTSUP
FDO
MTN
TECH
DSO
Total
Workstation Quantity
CWS
FDWS
12
10
2
2
2
CMWS DSWS
1
26
2
1
1
1
Table 53 Workstation Quantities of APP IBS
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The Voice Communication and Control System (VCCS)
The Voice Communication and Control System (VCCS) is an integrated component of
MOPS and CON/TRA. It enables ground-ground communication between NAS, APP
System, RTS, LTS and neighboring ATS units and air-ground communications between
air traffic controllers and pilots.
The VCCS for NAS and each APP System compose of:

MOPS VCCS is used in normal operation.

Fallback VCCS is used when the MOPS VCCS is not applicable. The interfacing
capacity of the Fallback VCCS is the same as MOPS VCCS.

CON/TRA VCCS (contingency and training VCCS) is used for training purpose
in normal situation and used in contingency mode when the MOPS VCCS and
Fallback VCCS are not applicable.
Figure 11 VCCS composition at each site
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The radio and telephone lines at each site are connected to all VCCS (Main, Fallback and
CON/TRA VCCS). There is an input control system to manage (select) the suitable radio
and telephone lines to the Main, Fallback and CON/TRA VCCS according to the
situation and mode of operation.
Figure 12 VCCS Composition of NAS.
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Figure 13 VCCS Composition of APP System
The system has built-in redundancy on vital parts, have a distributed, decentralized,
processing, modular design and be free from single-point-of-failures. And for safety
reason, the interconnection between central racks and VCCS workstation facilities should
use star topology. A tested and operationally proven “off-the-shelf” system is preferred to
avoid new costly developments and risk of delays. It has a high availability and be fully
re-configurable and was fitted with interface for external alarm connections.
8.1
VCCS Workstation Facilities
Each user interfaces with the VCCS through VCCS workstation facilities which
provide a means of communication for both ground-ground and air-ground
applications. The VCCS workstation facilities use a range of activation, presentation
and audio devices to provide access to all of the user functions implemented by a
VCCS. These devices are included, but are not limited to:

Touch Entry Device Panel (TED panel)

Headset/Handset
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Loudspeakers

Push-to-talk (PTT) switch

Slave Clock Display
HMI for operators is user-friendly and preferably TED panel with the appropriate
size, easy to read out by the operators. The TED panel is a single unit with its own
processor included and not requires any external personal computer hardware.
Headsets and handsets at the VCCS workstation facility consists of a microphone,
ear-cap and PTT switch and identical plugs will be used for headsets and handsets.
Each VCCS workstation facility has two loudspeakers one for air-ground and another
one for ground-ground and each position is equipped with a slave clock display and a
foot switch.
8.2
Radio Part
The VCCS use radio line interface module (RLIM) to interface with radio
transmitter, radio receiver both local and remote stations which interface with the
analog and digital format such as E1/VoIP. In operation, the RLIM will automatically
mute the receiver when the transmitter is transmitting. The amplifiers of the RLIM
are adjustable both in transmitting and receiving directions. For safety reason, not
more than 2 radio lines are connected to one RLIM and the main/standby transmitter
and receiver have their own channeling throughout.
The delay time of RLIM (transmit, receive and PTT signal) need to be adjustable
independently of other lines due to different media using interface to the radio
equipment. And the delay time will be adjustable in the range 0 to 1000 ms (or more)
in step of 1ms.
For the purpose of training, supervisory and traffic tracking, any VCCS workstation
facility will have the capability to monitor all radio traffic on lines that are available
at the VCCS workstation facility, even if they have been selected at other VCCS
workstation facilities.
8.3
Telephone Part
The VCCS use telephone line interface module (TLIM) to interface with telephone
lines. The TLIM support a full range of digital and analogue interfaces for local,
regional, national and international access to communications resources such as 2Wire Telephone Set, 2-Wire Voice Call and 2-Wire Public Switched Telephone
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Network (PSTN)/Private Automatic Branch Exchange (PABX), VoIP etc. The
amplifiers of TLIMs are adjustable both in transmitting and receiving directions. And
for safety reason, not more than 2 telephone lines are connected to one TLIM.
8.4
Technical Control Unit (TCU)
The Technical Control Unit (TCU) is used for monitoring and configuration of the
VCCS central racks. Generally, the TCU is composed of a personal computer
equipped with a display, a keyboard, a mouse, a loading device, a color laser printer
and software. There are 2 (two) set of TCUs, one is installed at equipment room and
another one is installed at control room (TECHSUP position.) When the TCU
application program is started up, the operator needs to enter his/her login name and a
password. The TCU software includes facilities to record an event log, statistical
package data for recorded traffic load in individual VCCS workstation facility,
telephone lines, and radio lines. To make online reconfiguration, different
configurations will be pre-programmed and called up from the TCU by way of
menus. The online reconfiguration for each VCCS workstation facility should not
affect the other VCCS workstation facility operation and should not require reboot of
the whole system. Furthermore, the online reconfiguration will stay after the whole
system is rebooted. And when VCCS malfunction is detected, the TCU will raise
visual and audible alarm.
8.5
Radio Function
The VCCS has air-ground radio line selection and operation. Receivers and
transmitters (main and standby channels) can be selected/deselected by touching the
RX buttons and the TX buttons and VCCS will show the status of radio lines i.e.
"busy state", “squelch” etc. on the TED panel. The main and standby channels of
radio (transmitter) are interlock so that only one of the channels can transmit at a time
even if both channels have been inadvertently selected by the controller. When more
than one radio lines are selected, the operator is able to transmit at the same time on
all the lines by only pushing the PTT switch. Inadvertently when frequencies in TX
or RX modes are active and when the call is being received at the same time, air
ground audio will automatically be routed to loudspeaker. It will be possible to
configure whether only outgoing transmission will be transmitted to the active call in
addition to frequencies in TX mode when PTT is pressed. For safety reason, audio
level of loudspeaker will be adjustable by the volume control and with the volume
control in a minimum position; the audio level will remain sufficiently audible for
monitoring purpose.
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Because there are many radio frequencies and radio stations in a controlled sector,
the operators can access more than one (normally at least 8) radio lines
simultaneously for transmission and reception by way of loudspeaker or
headset/handset or both. Receiver Voting function (Best Signal Selection) which is
evaluated by signal-to-noise ratio will be used to automatically select a receiver with
the best quality of signal within a group of minimum of 6 receivers. While the
Receiver Voting function is in operation the operators can manually select a receiver
of their choice. Automatic selection of transmitter function will be workable together
with Receiver Voting function and the operators can switch to manual selection
whenever needed.
Each analog radio frequency interfacing of all VCCS (MOPS, Fallback and
CON/TRA) at BACC/BAPC connects to 2 local radio stations and 3 remote radio
stations. The local radio stations use AEROTHAI core optical fiber links connecting
to the VCCS. The voice multiplexers of these links are equipped with “connect and
not connect” status signals and has an alarm signals both link and line level to show
at the TCU and other remote locations.
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Fallback
VCCS
CON/TRA
VCCS
Local Radio RX M/S
MOPS
VCCS
Local Radio TX M
Local Radio TX S
Voice multiplexers
supply by Tenderer
Operation
Bldg.
Simplified : 1 for 3 Lines
Remote Station RX/TX 01
Remote Station RX/TX 02
Sat. Bldg.
Frame Relay
DDN
Remote Station RX/TX 03
Satellite
Local Radio
Figure 14 Simplified Configuration of Local and Remote Radio Stations for NAS
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Figure 15 Simplified Configuration of Local and Remote Radio Stations for APP System.
A remote station uses three (3) communication media: digital Data Network (DDN),
satellite and frame relay which have the different time delay. There is only one RX
and TX buttons set for each remote radio station on the TED panel, the VCCS use
one of three communication media at a time by automatic/manual media selection
function. After the VCCS choose one of three communication media from each
remote radio station, the receiver voting function will be use to select only one of
three remote radio station to the user.
8.6
Telephone Function
There are two types of telephone calls that can be made by telephone buttons, Direct
Access (DA) and Indirect Access (IA). Function buttons such as hold, conference and
transfer, etc. are separated from the telephone buttons. The status of telephone lines
i.e. "busy state“, “call in” etc. are shown on the TED panel and after establishing a
DA and IA connection and prior to the acceptance of the call by the called terminal, a
ring-back tone is sent to the calling user.
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The DA and IA disconnection will automatically occur when either party terminates
a two party communication. All incoming calls of the telephone lines are
disabled/enabled to announce by means of signaling tone from a buzzer. It is able to
switch off the signaling tone, but a visual indication "buzzer off" on the allocated
button is necessary. It is also possible to adjust the signaling tone level.
The Hold, Conference and Transfer function are available for DA and IA. Each
VCCS workstation facility is able to communicate with another position by selecting
a button on the TED panel and directly connect to the predetermined VCCS
workstation facility (Intercom.) The VCCS workstation facilities are able to
communicate together by selecting the designated button on the TED panel and then
calling by voice, without the need for signaling (Voice Page).
8.7
Other Functions
There is Short Time (or Term) Recording function on the TED panel for each VCCS
workstation facility. The Short Time (or Term) Recording function has a minimum
duration of at least 30 minutes for each VCCS workstation facility.
According to ICAO ANNEX11, each VCCS workstation facility should be equipped
with ambient noise recording facility, capable of retaining the information recorded
during at least the last twenty-four hours of operation.
8.8
GPS Master Clock
The GPS master clock has a time display on the front panel, automatically operated
without GPS receiver and it is synchronized automatically when reconnected to the
GPS receiver. The output of GPS master clock is synchronized with voice recorder or
other master clocks. All slave clocks timing signal at the VCCS workstation facility
is synchronized with the GPS master clock and display on each VCCS workstation
facility. Also all slave clocks automatically operate without synchronization with
GPS master clock and are synchronized automatically when reconnected to the GPS
master clock. Slave clocks should be placed in a comfortable and easy to read
position.
8.9
Power Supply
Power supply of the central racks is fed from 3 sources, 2 AC and 1 DC. A duplicated
power supply for each rack is used which will interface with a 210 – 230 VAC 50 60 Hz (ac power). Each unit of the duplicated power supply has AC input power
supplies and it has the capacity to feed the complete System. The DC input power
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operates using the provided float charged batteries system and connects directly to
the equipments in central racks. When both AC power supplies fail, the DC input
power has the capacity to feed the complete System for a minimum of 4 hours
without any interruption to the operation of the systems.
The input power of VCCS workstation facilities such as TED panel, slave clock, etc.
and interfacing communication equipments in Operation Rooms and Tower Control
Rooms have two sources, AC/AC or AC/DC or DC/DC power. In the event of a
power source failure, all the systems will automatically switch over to another power
source without any interruption to the operation of the systems. There are two DC
input power systems for each Operation Room and Tower Control Room. Each DC
input power system has the capacity to feed half of VCCS workstation facilities in
each room for a minimum of 4 hours without any interruption to the operation of the
systems. The VCCS workstation facilities will be configured such that both DC
inputs connect to VCCS workstation facilities alternately. For example, if VCCS
workstation facility in a console connects to DC input 1, then the VCCS workstation
facility in the next console connects to DC input 2.
(Remark: Interfacing communication equipment, such as multiplexer, optical fiber
modem and so on is an interface between equipment racks and VCCS workstation
facilities or remote stations.)
8.10
Cabling and Interfacing System
The VCCS central racks is interfaced with a main distribution frame (MDF) where all
necessary communications are connected and lightning protection is equipped for all
radio and telephone lines at the MDF. All radio and telephone lines are connected to
the proposed systems and such connection will be performed at a time advised by
AEROTHAI.
The input/output of any VCCS workstation facility voice signal of both telephone
and radio communication is connected for recording to the proposed Digital Voice
Recorder & Replay System (DVR) (Position Record). The input/output of any
interfaces voice signal of both telephone and radio interfaces is connected for
recording to the proposed DVR (Lines Record.)
8.11
Fallback VCCS
The role of the Fallback VCCS is to take over the ground-ground and air-ground
communications in case of total failure of the MOPS VCCS. However all
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components are independent and separated from the MOPS VCCS as much as
possible including a separate power supply. The Fallback VCCS has the same
capability and external radio/telephone line interfaces as the MOPS VCCS excluding
the VCCS workstation facilities. The central racks of the Fallback VCCS are
installed in a different room as the MOPS VCCS with cables lay on separate cable
ladders apart from MOPS VCCS cables. The Fallback VCCS has separate radio
fallback line distribution connected to radio lines. There is a telephone fallback
system directly connected to a separate telephone switching system. The VCCS
workstation facilities can be shared with the MOPS VCCS.
8.12
CON/TRA VCCS
The role of the CON/TRA VCCS is to take over the ground-ground and air-ground
communications in case of total failure of the MOPS VCCS and Fallback VCCS. All
components are independent and separated from the MOPS VCCS and Fallback
VCCS including a separate power supply. Compare to MOPS VCCS, the CON/TRA
VCCS has the capability; VCCS workstation facilities and external radio/telephone
line interfaces only to serve in Contingency situation. The central racks of the
CON/TRA VCCS are installed in a different location as the MOPS VCCS. The
CON/TRA VCCS has separate radio line distribution connected to radio lines. There
is a telephone system directly connected to a separate telephone switching system.
The VCCS workstation facilities are the same as the MOPS VCCS.
8.13
System Capacity

The VCCS workstation facilities capacity of each site is specified in the
VCCS Appendix 3.1 and the TLIMs for each site for interface with 2-Wire
telephone set, 2-Wire Voice Call, PSTN and PABX as specified in the VCCS
Appendix 3.2.

The capacity of the 4-Wire RLIMs are specified in the VCCS Appendix 3.3.

The capacity of the E1 RLIM for MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA VCCS at
BACC/BAPC will be, at minimum, 100 channels for each VCCS.

The capacity of the VoIP RLIM for MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA VCCS
at BACC/BAPC will be, at minimum, 100 channels for each VCCS.

Each position equips with Headset and handset and the existing headsets and
handsets are modified to use with the proposed system are specified in the
VCCS Appendix 3.4.
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
Each site supply with initial spare parts, generally at least 10% of cards or
modules of the system which itemized lists of initial spare parts including the
quantity suggested for each spare part against the total quantity of each
system in use.

Each site supply with technical manuals, 2 Sets of hard copy and 2 sets of
soft copy and the technical manuals for complete installation, operation and
maintenance instructions.
Digital Voice Recorder & Replay System (DVR)
The recording of all operational communications is mandated by ICAO. Sufficient
additional information is recorded to ensure that date and time can be determined at
any point in the recording. It has enough capacity to record also position ambient
noise as per ICAO recommendation. Furthermore, ICAO recommends that thirty
(30) days of data, at minimum, will be recorded. The Digital Voice Recorder &
Replay System (DVR) is digital and comprise of a complete recorder units and replay
unit with enhanced functionality in order to increase safety, efficiency and save
operator time.
The DVR’s time will synchronize with the VCCS GPS master clock using NTP.
For reliability reasons, DVR consist of two independent recorder units with a
switchover function. The two independent recorder units can also be configured to
run in parallel. A separate replay unit is included and preferably it is installed in a
separate room. The recorder unit allows simultaneous recording of all operational
voice communications when used operationally. All desk mounted loudspeakers,
microphones, headsets and handsets are recorded. It is possible to synchronize the
DVR with the corresponding Radar recordings to allow simultaneous replay. A user
friendly replay is included for accurate synchronous replay of radar data, along with
any other recorded data including audio. System capacity has the capability of at least
31 days storage on short-term media. All data are time stamped when stored. The
DVR is fitted with an interface allowing for external alarm connections.
8.14.1
Recorder Units
The recorder unit is a duplex analogue audio multi-channels recorder which is
pre-wired for and allows an expansion to increase duplex channels in the future.
The recording channels capacity of each site is specified in the VCCS Appendix
3.5. The operating functions of the recording system are performed with the use
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of computer driven menus. Recording during silent periods is not required, but
guarantee the actual duration of silence between periods of activity to be
recovered during replay, without any loss of information.
For the recording function, at least date and time of recording is provided. The
recorder units consist of two media types: short term media and archival media.
The short-term media allow replays at the recorder unit to be made of recent
events. It also allows simultaneous recording and replay, and is intended to
provide immediate access (within 1 minute of replay initiation) to operational
recordings made up to 31 days as stated previously.
The archival media is intended for long term retention. The media contains only
voice recordings with the necessary time stamps. The system permits the retrieval
of recorded data for the purposes of playback or data extraction without
interrupting the recording process. It is possible to listen to an individual channel
and to switch a number of channels, at least four (4), to a common loudspeaker
for monitoring. The selection and de-selection of individual channels is possible
per channel. To guarantee the continuity of recording, an automatic system
incorporated in each recorder is checking continuously the performance of power
supplies and run-out of recording capacity.
The archival media is recorded simultaneously with the short-term, and is for off
line replays. Generally, the system permits recording over a 48 hour period for
the archive media without necessitating any operator involvement (for changing
media, etc.)
Remote indication of alarms for Recorder Unit is possible. In case of switchover
function, the alarms consist of 2 classes: class A - this type of alarm is given at
any loss of redundancy without switchover to the second unit; and class B - this
type of alarm is given when a switchover to the second unit occurs. In case of
parallel running, an alarm is given when any of the recorder unit fails.
8.14.2
Replay Units
The Replay units are connected to the recorder units through network interface
for remote operation purpose such as Start, Stop and Channel selection for
monitoring and automatic search. A replay at variable speed is possible without
losing speech intelligence and it is possible to perform replays of recordings held
on the short term media to a dedicated replay stations. Channel selection, random
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access, by the input of time of day is possible. The replay of simultaneous duplex
channels can support one (1) to four (4) channels or higher.
The Tenderer will provide, at minimum, two (2) Replay units per duplicated
Recorder units.
At the replay units, an audio output is enabling to allow duplicate recordings to
be made of replayed events on the standard analogue recording equipment. The
replay unit is available with any other type of control (such as control from
Replay feature (REP) of the Recording and Replay function (REC/REP)) for
start, stop, pause, resume, play and reverse running of the recording media. It is
able to synchronize the voice recordings with the corresponding output from the
REP and other relevant recordings, to allow simultaneous replay on the dedicated
replay unit at variable speed.
The replay units are also possible to replay archival media independently without
connecting to the recording unit.
For investigations of non-intelligible
information, immediate selection of any recording, pitch interval controller
feature and variable playback speed are possible.
8.14.3
DVR Supervisor Units
The DVR is supervised and operated from a centrally placed DVR supervisor
unit connected to the equipment through a standard serial or network interface.
The DVR supervisor unit has all system management facilities, including shortterm media, and archival media management and appropriate indications of
alarm conditions. Playback operations and parameter settings are possible to do
from the DVR supervisor unit. A HMI is also enabled from the software running
at the DVR supervisor unit. And when DVR malfunction is detected, the DVR
supervisor unit will raise both visual and audible alarms.
8.14.4
Power Supply
The recorder units and DVR supervisor unit use 2 sources of power supply: 2
AC. A duplicated power supply for each recorder is used which interface with a
210 – 230 VAC 50 - 60 Hz (ac power). Each unit of the duplicated power supply
has AC input power supply and it has the capacity to feed the complete system.
In the event of a power source failure, the recorder units and DVR supervisor
unit are able to use another power source without any interruption to the
operation of the systems.
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8.14.5
Fallback and CON/TRA Voice Recorder
The Fallback and CON/TRA DVR requirement are the same as for the Main
DVR but installed in the different locations (Fallback VCCS equipment room
and CON/TRA VCCS equipment room.)
9
System Functionalities
This section describes the minimum system functionalities and system capabilities of the
TMCS. The system functionalities and system capabilities of the TMCS have been
arranged into seven (7) groups following the TMCS’ system architecture as follow: NAS,
NAS IBS, APP IBS, BAPP System, APP Systems, LTS, and RTS.
Figure 16 displays the breakdown of all system functionalities and system capabilities in
which their details are described in the following subparagraphs.
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TMCS
NAS
MOPS
1) Processing
System
o SDP
o FDP
o Safety Net
o MONA
o MTCD
o AOM
o FUA
o DCB
o ATFM
o TS
o AMAN
o DMAN
o CPDLC
o REC/REP
o DA
o AIM
o TM
o CWS HMI
o FDO HMI
o DSM
o NMS
o CMS
o CBT
BAPP
System
NAS IBS
CON/TRA
1) Processing
System
o SDP
o FDP
o Safety Net
o MONA
o MTCD
o AOM
o FUA
o DCB
o ATFM
o TS
o AMAN
o DMAN
o CPDLC
o REC/REP
o DA
o AIM
o TM
o CWS HMI
o FDO HMI
o DSM
o NMS
o CMS
o TEG
2) End System
o CWS
o CMWS
o FDWS
o DSWS
o DAWS
o NMWS
o Printer
o TMCWS
3) VCCS, F-VCCS o PSPWS
o ESP
4) UPS
3) VCCS
2) End System
o CWS
o CMWS
o FDWS
o DSWS
o DAWS
o NMWS
o Printer
4) UPS
MOPS
MOPS
1) Processing
System
o SDP
o FDP
o Safety Net
o MONA
o MTCD
o AOM
o FUA
o DCB
o ATFM
o TS
o AMAN
o DMAN
o CPDLC
o REC/REP
o DA
o AIM
o TM
o CWS HMI
o FDO HMI
o DSM
o NMS
o CMS
1) Processing
System
o SDP
o FDP
o Safety Net
o MONA
o MTCD
o AOM
o FUA
o DCB
o ATFM
o TS
o AMAN
o DMAN
o CPDLC
o REC/REP
o DA
o AIM
o TM
o CWS HMI
o FDO HMI
o DSM
o NMS
o CMS
o CBT
2) End System
o CWS
o CMWS
o FDWS
o DSWS
o DAWS
o NMWS
o Printer
2) End System
o CWS
o CMWS
o FDWS
o DSWS
o DAWS
o NMWS
o Printer
APP
Systems
CON/TRA
1) Processing
System
o SDP
o FDP
o Safety Net
o MONA
o MTCD
o AOM
o FUA
o DCB
o ATFM
o TS
o AMAN
o DMAN
o CPDLC
o REC/REP
o DA
o AIM
o TM
o CWS HMI
o FDO HMI
o DSM
o NMS
o CMS
o TEG
2) End System
o CWS
o CMWS
o FDWS
o DSWS
o DAWS
o NMWS
o Printer
o TMCWS
3) VCCS, F-VCCS o PSPWS
o ESP
4) UPS
3) VCCS
4) UPS
MOPS
1) Processing
System
o SDP
o FDP
o Safety Net
o MONA
o MTCD
o AOM
o FUA
o DCB
o ATFM
o TS
o AMAN
o DMAN
o CPDLC
o REC/REP
o DA
o AIM
o TM
o CWS HMI
o FDO HMI
o DSM
o NMS
o CMS
o CBT
APP IBS
CON/TRA
1) Processing
System
o SDP
o FDP
o Safety Net
o MONA
o MTCD
o AOM
o FUA
o DCB
o ATFM
o TS
o AMAN
o DMAN
o CPDLC
o REC/REP
o DA
o AIM
o TM
o CWS HMI
o FDO HMI
o DSM
o NMS
o CMS
o TEG
2) End System
o CWS
o CMWS
o FDWS
o DSWS
o DAWS
o NMWS
o Printer
2) End System
o CWS
o CMWS
o FDWS
o DSWS
o DAWS
o NMWS
o Printer
o TMCWS
3) VCCS, F-VCCS o PSPWS
o ESP
3) VCCS
4) UPS
RTS
Level - IV
MOPS
1) Processing
System
o SDP
o FDP
o Safety Net
o MONA
o MTCD
o AOM
o FUA
o DCB
o ATFM
o TS
o AMAN
o DMAN
o CPDLC
o REC/REP
o DA
o AIM
o TM
o CWS HMI
o FDO HMI
o DSM
o NMS
o CMS
1) Processing
System
o T-SDPS
o T-FDPS
2) End System
o
o
o
o
o
o
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
TCMWS
TDSWS
Printer
3) UPS
Level - IV
1) Processing
System
o T-SDPS
o T-FDPS
2) End System
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
TCMWS
TDSWS
Printer
Level - II
1) APPs Remote
Workstation
o ASDWS
o FDDWS
o TCMWS
o Printer
2) UPS
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
TCMWS
TDSWS
Printer
3) UPS
Level - III
1) Processing
System
o T-SDPS
o T-FDPS
2) End System
3) UPS
2) End System
o CWS
o CMWS
o FDWS
o DSWS
o DAWS
o NMWS
o Printer
LTS
Level - III
1) Processing
System
o T-SDPS
o T-FDPS
2) End System
o
o
o
o
o
o
ASDWS
GSDWS
FDDWS
TCMWS
TDSWS
Printer
3) UPS
Level - II
1) APPs Remote
Workstation
o ASDWS
o FDDWS
o TCMWS
o Printer
2) UPS
Level - I
1) NAS/APPs Remote
Workstation
o FDDWS
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Surveillance Data Processing
The surveillance messages from surveillance sensors should be a vital input data of
the TMCS. Such surveillance messages should be managed and processed in order to
support functions for Air Traffic Controller (ATC) operation such as situational
awareness, flight data update, ATC tools (e.g. Safety Nets, Monitoring Aids, Medium
Term Conflict Detection) etc.
There are many types of surveillance technologies in the market such as PSR, SSR
(Mode A/C and Mode-S), ADS-B and MLAT/WAM which AEROTHAI currently
deploys some of them. These surveillance sensors may have different data format as
well. Therefore, AEROTHAI expected that the TMCS should be able to process
surveillance messages from every surveillance technology in the next ten (10) years.
To ensure of processing security, AEROTHAI expected that the system should be
equipped with an efficient firewall to protect an unrelated surveillance information.
As stated in the level of contingency and backup level-II, the TMCS comprised of
two (2) surveillance data processing systems:
1. The Surveillance Data Processing (SDP) working on Main Surveillance Data
Processing System (M-SDPS) is called “MSDP”; and
2. The SDP working on Fallback Surveillance Data Processing System (FSDPS) is called “FSDP”.
The FSDP will be used as an alternative surveillance data processing function. It
should be based on different algorithms to ensure that service continuity is
maintained by the use of two independent surveillance chains.
Moreover, the Surveillance Direct Access messages should be used as another
surveillance data source as stated in the level of contingency and backup level-III.
The CWS will allow ATC to choose and display surveillance information coming
from any surveillance data source at any time without interruption to their operation.
9.1.1
Mono-RADAR processing
The SDP will be designed to receive mono RADAR target reports messages and
mono RADAR services messages from single RADAR sensor source. Then, the
SDP produces track namely “local track” and distributes these data to other
functions via internal network.
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Multi-RADAR processing
The SDP will be designed to receive mono RADAR target reports messages and
mono RADAR services messages from multiple RADAR sensor source. Then,
the SDP produces single track per aircraft namely “Multi-RADAR track” and
distributes these data to other functions via internal network.
9.1.3
ADS-B processing
The SDP should be designed to uses separated processor to receive and process
ADS-B messages from multiple ADS-B ground stations and produces single
track per aircraft namely “ADS-B track” and distributes these data to other
functions via internal network. The ADS-B validation techniques should be used
for improve ADS-B track’s position and altitude.
9.1.4
MLAT/WAM processing
The SDP will be designed to receive Multilateration Target reports messages
from multiple MLAT/WAM stations and produces single track per aircraft
namely “MLAT/WAM track” and distributes these data to other functions via
internal network.
9.1.5
Multi Sensor Fusion processing
The SDP will be designed to fuse multiple sensor data together, forming single
track per aircraft namely “system track” that represents the consolidated estimate
of physical position of the aircraft. The SDP distributes these data to other
functions via internal network. Fusion process need to address the update rate of
the various sources of data, the integrity of the positional data received etc.
9.1.6
Weather Information processing
The SDP will be designed to receive weather information from PSR and
produces “Graphic RADAR weather picture” and distributes these data to CWS
via internal network. The RADAR weather picture should contain up to six (6)
levels of weather map intensity.
9.1.7
Surveillance data input
The SDP will be designed to handle surveillance data input, including ability for
future expansion and processing multiple types of messages formats from various
types of surveillance sensors as stated in Table 1 (NAS MOPS - Intersystem
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Interface Description), Table 5 (NAS MOPS - Surveillance Systems Information
Exchange Description), Table 11 (APPS - Intersystem Interface Description) and
Table 13 (APPS - Surveillance System Information Exchange Description).
The redundant data input lines will be used, all of them can be managed via the
CMWS such as switching to alternative input line, inhibiting/exhibiting input
line, displaying input line in used, data input line status, etc. When
communication line problem and/or low quality data have been detected, the SDP
should be automatically switched to alternate data input line and the SDP will be
notified and logged at CMWS.
9.1.8
Pre-process
The SDP will be designed to analyze the incoming surveillance messages
filtering out errors to protect the next process from incomplete messages. The
SDP will also use plot overloads protection with the intention of filtering out
excess plots such that when plot overloads are detected, the SDP will be notified
and logged at CMWS.
9.1.9
Surveillance blanking areas
The surveillance blanking areas should be defined off-line for each surveillance
sensor. The plots, tracked plots falling inside the blanking areas should not be
used for tracking purpose.
9.1.10
Surveillance processing area
The surveillance processing area will be defined off-line and the SDP should not
process targets outside the defined surveillance processing areas.
9.1.11
Barometric Altitude Correction
The barometric pressure or (QNH) will be used to correct the altitude of all
aircraft below the transition level.
The QNH value should be defined by one of the following methods as a
minimum:
a) Automatic extracted from METAR messages received via the AMHS;
b) Manually input by OPSUP.
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The SDP will be designed to correct the altitude of the system track using the
flight level replies and the QNH value, according to the QNH area inside which
the system track is located.
The QNH areas include the value of Transition Altitude (TA) and Transition
Level (TL) should be system parameters off-line defined.
9.1.12
Altitude Tracking
The purpose of Altitude Tracking is to accurately follow the real flight profile
when an aircraft changes its flight level. It will update related system track, at
reception of valid Mode C information from an associated local track.
The Mode-S altitude and/or ADS-B altitude should also be used for altitude
tracking.
9.1.13
Stereographic Projection
Aircraft positions from RADAR are received in RADAR coordinates of slant
range, azimuth and altitude. The SDP will be designed to convert all RADARrelative positions (range and azimuth) to system coordinates in a common system
plane by applying a slant-range correction and a stereographic projection.
9.1.14
Specific codes
The SDP will be designed to receive the specific codes such as Special Position
Indication code (SPI), emergency squawk codes (7500, 7600 and 7700) and
immediately reported to CWS.
9.1.15
Test Targets Monitoring
The SDP will be designed to monitor the geographical position of the test targets.
If a test target position falls out of tolerance, the SDP will be notified and logged
at CMWS
The following test targets monitoring are concerned:
a) Primary test target (test target report in the RADAR message);
b) Secondary test target (test target report in the RADAR message);
c) Permanent primary target; and
d) Fixed beacon transponder.
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RADAR bias estimation
Due to different factors, such as noise in the radar detection and processing
chain, position estimates provided for a given aircraft by several radar sensors
may differ. In order to achieve maximum accuracy for system track position, the
SDP will be designed to dynamically compute radar biases to establish the
system track position.
If SSR site monitor(s) are available in surveillance coverage; the SDP will
automatically calculating and recovering the range and azimuth bias errors.
9.1.17
Track overload protection
The SDP will be designed to protect track overload. Whenever the number of
system tracks reaches the maximum number of system tracks of the SDP
capacity, no new system track should be created and the overload status should
be sent and logged at CMWS.
9.1.18
Track cancelation
The SDP will be designed to delete track that does not correspond to real aircraft
or which are no longer detected by the surveillance detection coverage.
9.1.19
Automatic position report
The SDP will be designed to automatically report the aircraft position every
predefine point when aircraft fly over these points.
9.1.20
Surveillance data distribution
The MSDP will be designed to simultaneously distribute the “local track”,
“Multi-RADAR track”, “ADS-B track”, “MLAT/WAM track” and “system
track” to other related functions via internal network with different multicast
address and/or port number.
Specific data such as automatic position report information, the VLAN technique
should be used in order to prevent disturbance to other unrelated functions.
The FSDP will be designed to simultaneously distribute the “local track”, “MultiRADAR track”, “ADS-B track”, “MLAT/WAM track” and “system track” to
other related functions via separated network with different multicast address
and/or port number.
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System track distribution to external system
The SDP will be designed to distribute “system track” coupled with associated
flight plan information in real time to external system, using latest ASTERIX
Cat. 062, 063, and 065 formats over the IP network and geographical filter
previously defined in adaptation. Firewall will be used for network secure.
The filter will have the following criteria, at minimum:
a) The system track’s height/altitude is below or above a predefined
threshold, or the height is between predefined range;
b) The system track’s location is within predefined area of interest or
polygon of interest;
c) The system track’s SSR Mode Code is within predefined range or groups
of predefined SSR Mode Codes;
d) The system track’s callsign is within predefined range or groups of
predefined callsigns;
e) The system track’s aircraft identification is within predefined range or
groups of predefined aircraft identifications;
f) The system track’s aircraft registration address (24-bit address) is within
predefined range or groups of predefined values; and
g) The time during which the filter is valid;
User will be able to configure parameters for filters to be used. The
configuration can be performed in real-time or off-line. Also, user can use
multiple filters to sort desirable system tracks to be distributed. For example,
user can specify system tracks with SSR Mode Code within predefined range and
height above predefined threshold to be distributed.
9.1.22
Surveillance data analysis tools
Plots and tracked plots from several sensors should be separately recorded for
purpose of data analysis. The software/hardware analysis tools for this purpose
will be provided.
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Reconfiguration surveillance port
The surveillance data input/output ports should be configurable to allow for
future expansion and/or reconfiguration. The hardware, accessory, related
software, integration procedure, reference document, facility and essential
software tools will be provided.
9.2
Flight Data Processing
The Flight Data Processing function (FDP) receives and processes ATS messages in
order to provide Air Traffic Controllers with accurate and up-to-date flight
information, in a timely fashion, for use in flight planning, coordination and control.
9.2.1
Source of Flight Plans
The FDP will be able to handle Flight Plan (FPL) from the following sources:
9.2.2

Local Operator entry

Via AMHS

Automatic or manual activation of Repetitive Flight Plans (RPLs)
Flight Plan and Flight Related Message Validation
The FDP will validate the syntax and semantics of all the fields of filed flight
plans, current flight plans, and flight plan related messages to ensure that all the
data is syntactically and semantically correct in accordance with the relevant
ICAO and Euro control standards. When the errors or inconsistent data are
detected, operators will be notified. Then, the operators can correct flight plans
and/or messages without the need to re-enter the entire set of data using provided
tools.
For invalid messages received from external sources, a rejection will be sent to
the source and a local operator notified of the error. Operator notifications will be
explicit and indicate the nature of the detected error. For example, “Aircraft type
incompatible with Wake Turbulence Category” or “Flight Plan duplicates
existing Aircraft Identification (ACID)”. It should be noted that some data
inconsistencies will be treated as warnings only whereas others will be treated as
errors. The operator can choose to submit flight plans or flight related input with
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warnings, effectively overriding the check. As well as checking the flight plan
data, the FDP also performs a duplicate flight plan check based on aircraft
callsign, departure aerodrome, destination aerodrome, and estimated time of
departure. If the flight plan does not comply with the duplicate flight plan
validation check, the operator will be notified. For flight plan related messages,
the flight plan and aircraft state are checked to ensure consistency between the
received message and the flight plan and aircraft states. All fields in the flight
plan or flight plan related messages are processed fully to ensure all relevant
information is extracted and committed to the system flight plan. The Field 18
Other Information field is also processed to identify key data such as Medevac,
Head of State, RVSM etc.
9.2.3
Route validation
The FDP will validate route element in Bangkok FIR against the route
infrastructure defined in the FDP database. The FDP will check the continuity of
route and part of the trajectory calculation. The FDP will support the re-enter
flights as long as the route remains within the route infrastructure database. The
FDP will also checks aircraft equipage for compatibility with the route to be
flown.
9.2.4
Trajectory Prediction
The Trajectory Prediction (TP) is a fundamental requirement of the FDP in its
role of monitoring and controlling flights. TP calculations for each individual
flight form the basis of timely flight plan data presentation to controllers. This
processing should be made at the time of the first FPL creation and after
subsequent modifications due to an automatic event(s) e.g. position reports from
SDP or manual input of certain data (route and/or performance modification).
The TP calculates all points at which the flight will enter into/exit from sectors in
order to determine a sector pattern. These points referred to as a 4D trajectory are
described in terms of latitude, longitude, altitude, time and sometimes even type
(i.e. start of turn, end of turn, bottom of climb, top of climb, top of descent,
bottom of descent).
The 4D trajectory projected from the aircraft’s current position on the planned
route creates a sector pattern. This data can be used by functions such as
monitoring aids and MTCD to generate tubes (representing the flight path) with a
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series of windows at each point along the trajectory that confirms if an aircraft is
following the agreed trajectory or will conflict with another aircraft.
At the very least, the following parameters should be used when calculating the
trajectories:

Aircraft categories

Aircraft category characteristics (EUROCONTROL BAse of Aircraft
DAta : BADA)

Sectors

Sub sectors
The TP should also be capable of refining its prediction when new constraints
from external systems or controller input become known. Such constraints could
come from weather data, Demand and Capacity Balancing (DCB) function, and
Traffic Synchronization (TS) function or manual input by a controller.
Weather data such as wind and temperature have an effect on the flight profile
since wind data affects ground speed and temperature affects rates of climb. The
system should be capable of processing incoming weather data and creating met
areas that consider wind speeds, wind direction and temperature in order to
process trajectories in a realistic and dynamic manner. Other related function
should make use of the same Trajectory Predictions as the FDP for its initial
calculations.
9.2.5
Conceptual Flight State Model
In order to clarify the specification of the processing of a System Flight Plan
(SFPL) (e.g. input validation, data presentation, function activation, etc.)
throughout the different stages of its life, a conceptual state model is described. It
should be noted that the actual existence of these states is not itself a requirement
upon the system. The model identifies the states Initial, Notified, Active and
Terminated, and is defined as follows:
A SFPL is considered in the Initial state from the time that the filed flight plan is
received until an operational indication is made that the flight is confirmed. The
Notified state describes an SFPL for which an operational confirmation has been
entered (e.g. start-up/taxi, notification prior to coordination, etc.), but which is
not active.
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An active SFPL may revert to the Notified state once the aircraft has left the
system area of interest; if it is due to re-enter the area of interest (AoI) (i.e. is reentrant). Such flights may include aircraft departing the AoI to perform some
kind of maneuvers abroad (e.g. photographic, practice touch-and-goes, etc) prior
to returning, and mixed rule IFR-VFR-IFR flights.
9.2.6
Strip Less
In order to enhance the flexibility and the versatility of air traffic control
operations, reduce workload and to enable information sharing as well as
Collaboration Decision Making (CDM), the FDP must be supported by a stripless operations.
The strip-less will replace paper strips and enable the ATC to reduce manual
coordination. This is possible since clearances etc, traditionally written on paper
strips, can now be directly entered via the track label or flight lists.
Once the ATC enters a clearance e.g. a cleared flight level, the information will
be known to the system and accessible by all operators. From a system level
point of view these inputs may be used to update functions in FDP. Some
functionality that improves safety or enhances automation is totally dependent on
receiving this data.
At an operational level the information is automatically distributed to the relevant
ATC which reduces and in some cases eliminates voice coordination between
ATC, thereby reduce overall workload.
9.2.7
System Track Association/Disasociation
The FDP will support automatic and manual associate/disassociation for discrete
and non-discrete codes, callsign or aircraft address. When association is
successful, the track display for the flight will change.
Automatic association uses the SSR code assigned to the flight and attempts to
find a corresponding track transmitting that code. In addition, for Mode-S or
ADS-B tracks, aircraft callsign can also be used.
When a surveillance track is received from the SDP, automatic association
processing is initiated for the track. If the track is already associated with a flight
plan then the SSR code is compared with the assigned code for the flight. If the
codes do not match, a warning may be provided to the ATC.
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SSR Code Management
Aircraft Identification and SSR Code Management is a standard feature where
SSR code allocation is performed according to regional agreement. The FDP will
provide a discrete SSR codes to flights in a way to avoid the exhaustion of
available codes and reduce the number of mid-flight code changes. The FDP will
be capable of handling and allocating SSR codes in accordance with these
agreements, having the availability of SSR codes being divided into groups.
9.2.9
Flight Clearance
The FDP will allow entry of the full range of ATC clearances, including
clearance limit where expected further clearance time required, instructions and
restrictions. That could be reflected to the trajectory calculation and related
function. The FDP will support difference type ATC clearances such as departure
clearance, tactical changes, strategic planning, trial probes, and CPDLC
integration.
The following clearances will be supported:

Cleared level

Ordered Speed (also cancel Speed instruction)

Ordered Direction (also cancel Direction instruction)

Ordered Heading for holding (also cancel heading holding instruction)

Leaving holding
In addition the system should enable the ATC to be able to set coordination
levels, exit/entry flight levels.
9.2.10
Sectorization
The FDP will be able to define and maintain the division of airspace into units
according to ATC jurisdiction. All details of airspace structures and rules will be
defined in the dataset relevant to sectorization plan which compose of the
following:

Subset of the positions in the ATSU;

The main jurisdictional component which defining an area of
responsibility and comprising one or more sectors;
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Unit of jurisdiction

Specialized airspaces such as terminal and tower for which additional
rules are defined
Flight Data Posting
The posting rules are adapted to operational needs of each position according to
TP.
9.2.12
Flexible Use of Airspace
The FDP will be able to configure Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA) via off-line or
automatically updated by NOTAM, and will allow the ATC create dynamically
on the CWS by defined the following data as a minimum;
9.2.13

Activation status;

Code group;

Kind (Alert, Danger, fuel dumping , etc);

Lead time;

Description;

Criticality;

Volume definition.
Flight Data Distribution
The flight data distribution allows the FDP to distribute flight information to
other parts of the system and external systems. The FDP will send information of
all flights which having a trajectory intersection with the bounding area of
interest around the sector airspace. For external system the FDP will send flights
information using standard protocol and format such as OLDI, AIDC, ICAO
4444, EUROCONTROL ATS Data Exchange Presentation (ADEXP), etc. where
applicable.
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Inter Sector Coordination
The basic principle of sector coordination is that the EC are able to handover and
assume flights to/from an adjacent sector or FIR. Generally during an inter sector
handover procedure the following actions should be supported:

Initiate Handover

Interrupt Handover

Assume flight
An important function for inter sector coordination is the ability of the system to
monitor when a controlled flight is due to pass from a sector controlled by one
EC into another sector controlled by another EC. If the EC working in the first
sector is also controlling the flight (assume state) and does not initiate
coordination, the system must give a warning. The warning should be given to
both EC involved in the inter sector coordination. It is important that the warning
is given in different colours so that the EC can quickly identify if it is related to a
Handover or Assume action.
The warning is triggered from a defined time (should be a configurable system
parameter) before or after the flight’s crossing of the sector boundary as
determined from the trajectory. Once the coordination is initiated or flight is
assumed the warning should be removed. The system should allow for the
configuration of either automatic or manual transfers. A configuration supporting
automatic transfer results in reduced ATC workload since the system performs
automatic assume control and automatic handover for activated flights.
Similar principles apply when the flight is due to pass from a controlled sector
into a sector classified as an adjacent FIR. However the system should allow for
different parameter settings for triggering the following warnings:
9.2.15

Warning for coordination with next sector

Warning for coordination with next FIR

Warning for exit from controlled airspace
AIDC Coordination
Flight progress control allows the ATC to issue departure and en-route
clearances, perform coordination/transfer dialogue between ACC and to modify
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any flight data, up to and including complete rerouting of the flight. The ATS
Inter facility Data Communication (AIDC) enables safe handover of flights with
assistance from the strip-less Human Machine Interface (HMI) provided to the
ATC and is available during coordination and “transfer of communication”
dialogue between adjacent ACC’s. In order to provide a safe, accurate transfer,
the flight progress control must be able to perform automatic checks that assure
flight data consistency between received messages and related flights.
The FDP will support ICAO Asia Pacific Regional Interface Control
Document for AIDC version 3.0.
9.2.16
Flexible EC and PC Management & Multi Sector Planning
Area(s) of responsibility (AoR) have a high level of impact on several FDP
progress control. The flexible EC and PC Management allows an ATC to
assume/split the responsibility of AoR and tasks being handled by another EC
and PC depend on traffic situation. The system will support Flexible Role
Management.
Another form of flexibility is in the use of Multi sector Planner Controller
(MSP). MSP is responsible for the medium-term planning of the trajectories of
aircraft that enter the region of airspace, called a Multi-Sector Area (MSA), with
which he is associated. As the name suggests, a Multi-Sector Area is comprised
of number of “traditional” sectors. ECs are still responsible for providing ATC
services within each sector; however the purpose of the MSP is to ensure the ECs
are never subjected to a workload that could jeopardise safety.
The system should be able to allocate an MSA to a specific MSP role.
Additionally the system should be capable of enabling coordination between
MSP and the EC positions within the MSA. On a strategic level the system
should allow the MSP to coordinate with adjacent sectors associated with these
EC.
9.2.17
Database Organization and Access
The FDP will organize data into several databases for easy maintenance and
retrieval of information. There are many technical and operational databases. The
FDP will provide an access to these databases using on-line commercially
available query tools. Tools are provided to perform Data Administration.
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Functions include the capability to create, delete, archive, restore and compare
databases.
9.3
Safety Nets
Safety Nets are functions that alert ATC in monitoring the air situation continuously
with visual and aural warnings, by detecting potential conflicts and infringements,
based on the surveillance data, and providing timely information to enable the
affected ATC to assess and, if necessary, resolve the situation by taking deliberate,
corrective action.
In addition, the Safety Nets should be designed to use information from Surveillance
Data Processing, Safety Nets’ data set and possibly Flight Data Processing in order to
generate alerts.
Furthermore aircraft information through Mode-S, ADS-B and MLAT/WAM should
be used to improve the Safety Nets function.
The Safety Nets will provide alert information to CWS. The authorized user such as
OPSUP will be able to enable or disable each Safety Nets feature.
The Safety Nets will be established to ensure that Safety Nets are used in a safe and
effective manner. The pertinent data will be collected for purpose of operational data
extraction and analyzed in order to monitor and optimize the performance of Safety
nets.
The Safety Nets will have, at minimum, the following features:
a) Short Term Conflict Alert (STCA);
b) Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (MSAW);
c) Area Proximity Warning (APW); and
d) Approach Path Monitoring (APM).
9.3.1
Short Term Conflict Alert (STCA)
The Short Term Conflict Alert (STCA) will assist and warn the ATC in
preventing collision between aircraft in surveillance coverage area. It will alert
on the potential infringement (Predict Conflict Alert) and actual infringement
(Conflict Alert) by using the separation standards (area of conflict) between two
(2) or more aircraft at any time.
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Two (2) stages of STCA warning will be provided.
a) Predicted Conflict Alert (PCA) will alert when two (2) or more aircraft
are predicted to enter an area of conflict within an adaptable time which
will take into account of the velocities of concerned aircraft.
b) Conflict Alert (CA) will alert when two (2) or more aircraft are within an
area of conflict.
In addition, STCA will take into account a RVSM aircraft (RVSM: Reduced
Vertical Separation Minimum) and whether the aircraft is/are in the RVSM
airspace.
The STCA will be capable of using different parameters to generate alerts in
different STCA volumes of airspace at different moments in time. A large
number of volumes of airspace may need to be defined so that parameters can be
tuned according to the use of individual volumes of airspace, including which
flights are eligible for the generation of alerts.
The authorized user will be able to inhibit STCA alerts for predefined volumes of
airspace or individual flights to suppress unnecessary alerts.
9.3.2
Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (MSAW)
The Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (MSAW) will assist and warn the ATC
about increased risk of controlled flight into terrain and/or obstacles by
generating, in a timely manner, an alert of aircraft proximity to terrain and/or
obstacles.
It may be necessary to inhibit alerts for predefined volumes of airspace (e.g.
exercise areas) or for specific flights (e.g. Calibration Service Aircraft on a
defined flight pattern) to suppress unnecessary alerts.
In addition, MSAW will be capable of using different parameters for generation
of alerts. Different parameters may be applied in the case of system degradation
(e.g. unavailability of one or more RADAR/ADS-B stations).
Alerts will be generated at least at CWS of the controlling ATC.
9.3.3
Area Proximity Warning
The Area Proximity Warning (APW) is a safety net which uses surveillance data
and flight path prediction to assist and warn the ATC when an aircraft is, or is
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predicted to be, flying into a volume of notified airspace (APW volume of
airspace), such as controlled airspace, danger areas, prohibited areas, restricted
areas and temporary restricted areas.
The APW will issue an alert when an aircraft is about to infringe a defined
volume within a pre-defined time interval and when an aircraft has entered a
APW volume of airspace based on the surveillance data and/or flight plan data.
The APW volume of airspace will be defined in adaptation data, and their
activation times should be modified on-line. Moreover the APW volume of
airspace will be created dynamically on-line.
The APW will outline the APW volume of airspace on the CWSs in an adapted
format to alert the ATC at an adaptable time interval before APW volume of
airspace becomes active (at pre-warning stage). The APW volume of airspace
will be outlined in another adapted format when the APW volume of airspace
becomes active (active stage).
It may be necessary to inhibit alerts for predefined volumes of airspace (e.g.
exercise areas) or for specific flights (e.g. Military Aircraft(s)) to suppress
unnecessary alerts.
In addition, APW will be capable of using different parameters for generation of
alerts. Different parameters may be applied in the case of system degradation
(e.g. unavailability of one or more RADAR/ADS-B stations).
9.3.4
Approach Path Monitoring
The Approach Path Monitoring (APM) is a safety net which uses surveillance
data prediction to assist and warn the ATC when an aircraft is, or is predicted to
be, flying into an Approach Path Monitoring area (APM volume of airspace)
with a heading within an adapted range.
APM should detect only deviations below the glide slope, whereas in some cases
APM also detects lateral deviations or deviations above the glide slope.
APM should perform for both precision and non-precision instrument
approaches. However, for circling approaches, APM should not be expected to
operate in circling area/circling prescribed track.
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The APM will be capable of using different parameters for generation of alerts.
Different parameters may be applied in the case of system degradation (e.g.
unavailability of one or more radar stations).
9.4
Monitoring Aids
The Monitoring Aids function (MONA) is ATC assisting tool in the routine
monitoring of the traffic situation, warning the ATC with visual and aural when
aircraft deviate from their planned route or clearances, reminding the ATC of actions
that need to be performed, and keeping the trajectories updated with the progress of
the flights.
The MONA should be designed to use information from Surveillance data
Processing, MONA’s data set, Flight Data Processing, and possibly trajectory
prediction in order to generate alerts.
In addition, aircraft information through Mode-S, ADS-B and MLAT/WAM should
be used to improve the MONA.
The MONA will provide alert information to CWS. The authorized user such as
OPSUP will be able to enable or disable each MONA feature.
The MONA will have, at minimum, the following features:
a) Conformance monitoring; and
b) Automatic reminder
9.4.1
Conformance monitoring
The conformance monitoring feature compares the system track with the
corresponding flight clearances in order to warn the ATC of any deviation of a
flight from its clearance and, where possible, to establish the progress of the
flight and to refine the prediction of the remaining trajectory to be flown.
The conformance monitoring function will be designed to performed varies
according to the type of clearance issued. In principle, warnings of deviation are
generated in cases where the controller might be required to act to re-clear an
aircraft that is assumed to be deviating from its clearance or to re-coordinate an
aircraft whose boundary estimate changes significantly.
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The MONA will use a planned trajectory and tactical trajectory to recalculates
the trajectories that are active for a flight according to the actual behavior of the
aircraft, as follow:
a) Lateral Conformance Monitoring;
b) Longitudinal Conformance Monitoring;
c) Vertical Conformance Monitoring; and
d) Progress Monitoring.
9.4.1.1
Lateral Conformance Monitoring
The purpose of lateral conformance monitoring feature is to detect lateral
position of aircraft which deviates from their planned or assign route.
ATC will be warned when an aircraft is deviating and/or estimated to deviate
from its planned route or assign route.
9.4.1.2
Longitudinal Conformance Monitoring
The purpose of Longitudinal Conformance Monitoring feature is refines the
time estimates in the planned trajectory and tactical trajectory.
ATC will be warned when, due to large changes in the time estimates on a
coordination point, re-coordination of the flight is necessary. ATC will also
be warned when the aircraft speed deviates from the assigned speed.
9.4.1.3
Vertical Conformance Monitoring
In the vertical plane, the Vertical Conformance Monitoring feature monitors
the vertical movement of the aircraft in order to warn the ATC of deviation
from a cleared level, assigned level or vertical rate, and to refine the
calculation of the planned and tactical trajectories.
9.4.1.4
Progress Monitoring
The purpose of Progress Monitoring feature is to detect significant flight
events such as take-off, landing, and control area (sector) entry/exit.
9.4.2
Automatic Reminders
Automatic reminders feature provide reminders to the ATC for routine events
that are performed at a time or distance relative to a point in the planned
trajectory as follows, but not limited to:
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a) Transfer an aircraft to the next sector;
b) Coordinate a flight where automatic means are not available; and
c) Issue a maneuver clearance to the aircraft e.g. change of flight level or
heading.
9.5
Medium-Term Conflict Detections
Medium Term Conflict Detection function (MTCD) will be designed to assists the
ATC of interactions that occur in the medium-term (e.g. up to 30 minutes) that might
require aircraft to be re-planed or re-cleared or may affect the choice of a desired
(vertical or lateral) clearance. Based on the predicted flight trajectories, the MTCD
detects potential conflicts and airspace penetrations. Then it provides timely
information to enable the affected ATC to assess and, if necessary, resolve the
situation by taking deliberate, corrective action. Additionally, the MTCD provides a
facility for handling tentative flight trajectories. This facility enables ATC to assess
the potential effects of an intended action (a reroute, cleared level change or ordered
speed input) which will result in a change to the existing trajectory for a flight.
An encounter denotes the predicted approach of an aircraft within a specified
distance of another aircraft, or a designated volume of airspace. There are two (2)
types of encounter classified respectively as “aircraft to aircraft” and “aircraft to
airspace” encounters.
9.5.1
Aircraft to aircraft encounters
Aircraft to aircraft encounters are further classified as either based on the Tactical
Trajectory or on the Planned Trajectory.
a) Tactical based encounters
A tactical-based aircraft-to-aircraft encounter represents a conflict
between aircraft where the position of one or both aircraft is determined
from the tactical trajectory. It is further classified according to whether
the aircraft are flying according to conflicting clearances or whether the
conflict is a result of an aircraft deviating from its clearance.
b) Plan based encounters
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A plan-based aircraft-to-aircraft encounter represents an encounter
between two aircraft such that the possible actions available on each
aircraft are limited by the presence of the other, e.g. one aircraft flying
2000 feet above another aircraft.
A problem is further classified as either an “entry problem”, an “exit
problem”, or an “in-sector problem”. Normally, in a two-controller sector
configuration, the PC would be responsible for solving entry and exit
problems; depending on the tactical workload and the nature of the
problem, the PC might also solve or prepare a resolution for an in-sector
problem.
Thus, an interaction will normally comprise a problem together with a
number of context aircraft that constrain the resolution of the problem.
Occasionally, a number of problems may be grouped under a single
interaction where it is likely that they may all be solved by a single
action.
Alternatively, an interaction might contain no problems, only context
encounters, indicating aircraft in proximity to one-another and therefore
airspace that is blocked to each other.
9.5.2
Aircraft to airspace encounters
Upon creation and each update of a flight’s trajectory, it is validated against
airspace restrictions including conditional routes and temporary segregated
airspace. In addition, the change of status of a temporary airspace restriction or
the creation of a new airspace restriction requires the revalidation of all flights.
Aircraft to airspace encounters are further classified as airspace intrusion and
hold intrusion.
a) Airspace Intrusion
Within the concept of the Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA), Temporary
Reserved Areas (TRAs) and Temporary Segregated Areas (TSAs) are
established in response to the need for civil, military, or activities of a
temporary nature which, due to the nature of their activities, need
segregation to protect both them and non-participating traffic. TRAs and
TSAs are allocated by the Airspace Management Cell pre-tactically
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(normally the day before operations) in response to daily requests for
specific periods, and are activated tactically in accordance with the actual
requirement.
Upon creation and each update of a flight’s trajectory, it is validated
against scheduled and actual airspace restrictions. However, an
unscheduled change of status of a temporary airspace restriction or the
creation of a new airspace restriction requires the revalidation of all
flights.
The aircraft to airspace encounters feature will re-validates flight
trajectories upon activation and de-activation of airspace restrictions.
b) Hold Intrusion
Holding is a procedure used to delay an aircraft whilst confining it to a
designated portion of airspace. A holding procedure is defined in relation
to a fix (radio navigation aid, significant point or designated location),
whereby the aircraft normally flies a racetrack pattern comprising two
180 degree turns lasting one minute, interspersed with straight legs at a
given heading, each also of one minute duration.
The most common use of holding is in the form of a holding stack for
regulating aircraft waiting to land at a congested airport or where the
landings are interrupted, e.g. due to a blocked runway or bad weather.
Aircraft normally join the stack at the top and are progressively
descended when levels below become available. The aircraft at the
bottom of the stack is normally the first to leave to commence its
approach to land.
As aircraft normally have a higher ground speed at higher levels, the
airspace required to protect the holding stack gets progressively larger at
increasing levels.
The aircraft to airspace encounters feature will detects flights whose
planned trajectory traverse active levels of a holding stack.
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Airspace Organization and Management
Airspace Organization and Management function (AOM) will establish airspace
structures in order to accommodate the different types of air activity, volume of
traffic and differing levels of service. Airspace management is the process by which
airspace options are selected and applied to meet the needs of the ATM community.
Key conceptual changes include:
a) All airspace will be the concern of ATM and will be a usable resource;
b) Airspace management will be dynamic and flexible;
c) Any restriction on the use of any particular volume of airspace will be
considered transitory; and
d) All airspace will be managed flexibly. Airspace boundaries will be adjusted
to particular traffic flows and should not be constrained by national or
facility boundaries.
Coordinated planning among adjacent areas will be conducted with the objective of
achieving a single airspace continuum. The airspace within that continuum will be
free of operational discontinuities and inconsistencies. Airspace will be organized to
accommodate the needs of the different types of users on a timely basis. Transition
between areas will be transparent to users at all times.
The AOM will provide the first layer of conflict management. Effective airspace
organization and management will enhance the ability of the ANSP and airspace
users to accomplish conflict management and will also increase safety, capacity and
efficiency.
9.7
Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA) Coordination
Flexible airspace configuration will be designed to support changes in TMCS
services according to traffic flows, airspace restrictions and runway configuration at
major regional airports. These dynamic changes are monitored and controlled by the
flight progress control features of the FDP. There will be support for temporary
and/or existing airspace structures required for the efficient use of the FUA concept.
The system should support on-line redefinition and presentation of sectors including
opening and closing. The various airspace structures that should be supported are, at
minimum:
a) Conditional Routes (CDR’s)
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b) Temporary Reserved Areas (TRA’s)
c) Temporary Segregated areas (TSA’s)
9.8
Demand and Capacity Balancing
The Demand and Capacity Balancing function (DCB) will be to minimize the effects
of ATM system constraints. It will be capable of evaluating system-wide traffic flows
and capacities in order to implement necessary actions in a timely manner. A
collaborative process will allow for the efficient management of the air traffic flow
through the use of information on system-wide air traffic flows, weather and assets.
The DCB will allow airspace users to optimize their participation in the ATM system
while mitigating conflicting needs for airspace and aerodrome capacity.
Collaborative usage of decision-support tools will ensure the most efficient use of
airspace resources, provide the greatest possible access to airspace resources, provide
equitable access for all airspace users, accommodate user preferences and ensure that
demand on an airspace resource will not exceed its capacity.
The DCB will be integrated within the ATM system. It will be undertaken at the
strategic, pre-tactical and tactical stages.
9.9
Air Traffic Flow Management
The main purpose of the Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) is to compare traffic
demand with available sector capacity. In cases where demand exceeds the sector
capacity, the system will be able to make the information available to the flow
manager. In conjunction with the Supervisor they would decide whether or not to
implement a 'regulation', delaying flights through the manual coordination with
neighboring units and effectively moving the excess traffic out of the overload
period. Re-routing of a flight will also be an option to resolve the situation.
ATFM is not only responsible for 'Tactical' operations (day of flight) but also for a
significant period of the 'Pre-tactical' operations (from 1-6 days prior to airborne).
ATFM function supports the flow manager by calculating traffic demand in every
sector within the Bangkok FIR area, using the FPL and RPL information gathered
from the flight plan data acquisition phase. The demand will be displayed for the day
of flight and up to 6 days prior to airborne.
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Traffic Synchronization
Traffic synchronization function (TS) refers to the tactical establishment and
maintenance of a safe, orderly and efficient flow of air traffic. TS, conflict
management and DCB are interrelated and will become fully integrated, leading to a
continuous and organized flow of traffic.
The TS encompasses both the ground and airborne part of ATM and will constitute a
flexible mechanism for capacity management by allowing reductions in traffic
density and adjustments to capacity in response to variations in demand.
9.11
Arrival Manager
The Arrival Manager (AMAN) function will support the tactical flow into airports
and to enable efficient sequencing and scheduling a support functions is required in
order to reduce ATC workload. The AMAN takes multiple constraints into account
along with the Airports’ preferences.
The AMAN will be able to allocate arrival routes and set constraints such as
controlled time of arrival on merging points with the objective of building an
optimum sequence. The controlled time of arrival technique fits well with time based
spacing which would follow on after passing the controlled time of arrival point.
The use of improved trajectory data allows the AMAN process start earlier to deliver
traffic efficiently into the structured arrival route system at the optimal place and
time, which will enable all of the above to happen with minimum tactical
intervention. Therefore, the preparation of the arriving traffic sequence is expected to
be completed by around 20 minutes prior to touchdown, and should start only as
early as necessary to achieve the stated
9.12
Departure Manager
The Departure Manager (DMAN) is to help aerodrome control to build an optimized
Departure sequence issue in accordance with departure demand and departure
capacity.
DMAN is a planning function to improve departure flows at one or more airports by
calculating the Estimate Take Off Time (ETOT) and Target Start Up Approval Time
(TSAT) for each flight, taking multiple constraints and preferences into account.
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The DMAN should adjust the plan in the background, taking account of actual
events. Those adjustments are displayed to relevant tower workstation to support the
tactical handling of departures and may result in exceptional TSAT changes.
DMAN will function also on runways used for arrivals and departures in mixed mode
operations. DMAN will plan initially around arrivals. If this results in an unbalanced
situation between arrivals and departures, it is envisaged that the arrival manager
(AMAN) will start increasing the spacing of the arrivals to allow for departures, and
the DMAN would use the gaps as good as possible.
9.13
Controller Pilot Data Link Communication
The purpose of the Controller Pilot Data Link Communication (CPDLC) function is
to provide air-ground data communication for the ATC service. At the highest level,
the concept is simple, with the emphasis on the continued involvement of the human
at either end and the flexibility of use. This includes a set of
clearance/information/request message elements which correspond to voice
phraseology employed by ATC procedures.
The ATC is provided with the capability to issue level assignments, crossing
constraints, lateral deviations, route changes and clearances, speed assignments, radio
frequency assignments, and various requests for information. The pilot is provided
with the capability to respond to messages, to request clearances and information, to
report information, and to declare/rescind an emergency. The pilot is, in addition,
provided with the capability to request conditional clearances (downstream) and
information from a downstream Air Traffic Services Unit.
A “free text” capability will be provided to exchange information not conforming to
defined formats. An auxiliary capability will be provided to allow a ground system to
use data link to forward a CPDLC message to another ground system.
The sequence of messages between the ATC at an Air Traffic Services Unit and a
pilot relating to a particular transaction (for example request and receipt of a
clearance) is termed a ‘dialogue’. There can be several sequences of messages in the
dialogue, each of which is closed by means of appropriate messages, usually of
acknowledgement or acceptance. Closure of the dialogue does not necessarily
terminate the link, since there can be several dialogues between ATC and pilot while
an aircraft transits the Air Traffic Services Unit airspace.
The CPDLC function comprise of three (3) primary features:
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a) The exchange of ATC/pilot messages with the current data authority;
b) The transfer of data authority involving current and next data authority;
and
c) Downstream clearance delivery with a downstream data authority.
9.14
Air Situation Recording and Replay
The Recording and Replay function (REC/REP) will have, at minimum, the
following features:
a) Recording (REC);
b) Replay (REP); and
c) Archive media.
9.14.1
Recording
The Recording feature (REC) will be designed to provide automatic on-line
recording of all data such as surveillance data, flight plan data, weather
information, safety nets, monitoring aids, AMAN, DMAN, system events, ATC
interactions, operator logons, interface messages (both received and sent), maps,
all system alerts and other data. This data will be rapidly recalled for replay
and/or offline analysis purposes without interfering with ongoing recording and
all recorded data is time stamped with UTC time to the granularity required such
that events are re-generated correctly during a replay.
Each record server will use fault tolerant RAID disks (level 1 or 5) to prevent
data loss. If one of record disk fails, a disk failure status will be alert on CMWS
and recording will continue without impacts. If one of record server fails, there
will be no impact on the other record server which simultaneously records the
same data.
The RAID disks size will have the capacity to store data, at minimum, for the
proposed data retention period of sixty (60) days. The data retention period will
be configurable as desired. At the end of the data retention period, the oldest data
will be automatically overwritten by the new data being received. The
overwritten data will still be available on archive media until such time that the
archive media is reused.
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Every twelve (12) hours (or configured as desired), the recorded data on record
server master channel will be automatically archived for safe keeping beyond the
retention period. If the record server needs to archive data and no archive media
is mounted in the unit, the archive manager will alert on CMWS.
9.14.2
Replay
The Replay feature (REP) will be designed to allow recorded information to be
replayed on the CWS. Multiple positions can be replayed simultaneously to
analyze incidents or to provide instruction. The replay function will be retrieval
the recorded data based on specified condition including position name, starting
date and time, media type and audio track number. The replay feature will
comprised of two replay modes as follows, but not limited to:
a) Passive mode: where there is no interaction allowed with the presentation
of data; and
b) Interactive mode: In this mode the user can interaction such as range
scale, pan, zoom in-out, rotate track label and range bearing lines.
The REP will allow flexible control to replay the recorded data from record disk
and archive media such as start/stop, pause/resume, and speed of replay.
The REP will be synchronized with DVR at normal speed and deviation of data
and voice will be less than one second. REP replay speed can also be slowed
down, so that the situation can be more closely analyzed or speeded up to bypass
sections of no interest. It can also pause/resume at any time. While replay is
running, user can make a screen captures as standard graphic files such as jpeg
format. It will be possible to export short period replay (both video and audio) in
suitable format for a replay on widely available media player software such as
H.264/MPEG-4, AVI format.
9.14.3
Archive Media
Two types of archive media will be used to record and replay data as follows:
a) The Digital Data Storage Tape (DDS) will be used as archive media for
record and replay data; and
b) The DVD disc and/or USB flash drive will be used as archive media for
export short period replay purpose.
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Data Analysis
The Data Analysis function (DAA) will provide the facility to collect the recorded
data and make them available for statistic, analysis. DA will be able to generate
reports in various formats such as Microsoft excel, XML, PDF, text etc. Reports
generation will be performed in an automatic manner at a predefined time each day
or in a manual manner by user action. In addition, report data should be suitable for
export to an external system (CIFDPS).
The statistical reports will include the statistics on a daily, weekly, monthly and
yearly period such as total number of aircraft movement in an airspace sector, total
number of flights handled by the TMCS, total number of messages exchanged in the
TMCS, total number of arrival flight to an airport in controlled airspace, etc.
The analytical data will be used for an in depth inspection such as plotting
trajectories from RADAR track, ADS-B track, MLAT/WAM track, system track, for
Safety Nets analysis, etc.
9.16
Aeronautical Information Management
The Aeronautical Information Management function (AIM) will be designed to
provide appropriate aeronautical information to ATC.
This information comprises of graphical and text-based information, such as eAIP,
Aeronautical charts, restricted area information, danger area information, local
restriction information, all airspace definitions, NOTAM, Digital NOTAM, MET,
etc.
The specific software tools will be provided for preparing the aeronautical
information. In addition, some aeronautical information such as NOTAM, MET,
Digital NOTAM, etc. will be received from AFTN/ATN/Other System.
Furthermore, AIM will provide facility to ATC to retrieve and display related
aeronautical information in related windows on the CWS.
9.17
Time Management
The purpose of time management function (TM) is to synchronize time. TM will use
functionalities of NTP in order to synchronize time with GPS Time Server in
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) format over internal network.
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For the remote control towers, they should synchronize time over wide area network
(WAN).
The TM will use hierarchical client-server model.
9.18
CWS HMI
CWS is the heart of the system due to its interaction with the operator. Any TMCS’
operator such as Tower, Terminal/Approach or Area Control center will be able to
access Surveillance, Flight, and Maintenance and Supervisory data at any working
position within their suitable working area. Individual configurations will be based
on the operator’s role, login permissions, preferences and the sectorization plan.
Operator roles and permissions are off-line definable and role-based. Once a role has
been assigned to an individual, that person can access the functionality mapped
quickly and effectively. The Characteristics of all CWS HMI will meet the
requirements of FAA Human Factor Design Standard (HFDS) 5.1.6 “Luminance and
Contrast” and FAA 2100G Clause 3.3.6.4 “Visual Displays”, or comparable
standards specified by ICAO or EUROCONTROL.
9.18.1
HMI Principles
The presentation management described herein is based on the use of windows,
permitting the grouping and selective presentation of the diverse data managed
by the system. Standard window operations are specified (open, close, move,
resize). However, due to the nature of the ATC, additional safeguards are
valuable to ensure that critical data is not erased or obstructed.
A key factor governing the ease of learning how to use the system, and the safety
of its use, is the consistency of its presentation and input methodology across all
windows. As such, a style guide is necessary, detailing generic features such as
color usage, window layout and decoration, pointer button operation, orientation
of field label relative to a field, etc., that is used in the design of the HMI.
Describing the use of a “Conceptual Object”, containing the “real world”
representation of an entity, should specify the consistency of the presentation of a
common data object in multiple windows. From a conceptual object,
“Presentation Objects” may be created to display the entity in various windows.
Any change to the conceptual object is reflected in all of its presentation objects.
Similarly, a conceptual object may be updated by operating on any one of its
presentation objects.
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Additionally, a consistent presentation method for depicting object statuses
(alerts, warnings, co-ordination, etc.) between different presentation objects and
windows provides an intuitive appreciation of the condition.
9.18.2
Traffic Situation Presentation
The Traffic Situation Presentation is the primary tool providing traffic data to
support the EC, and is a secondary tool for supporting other users (PC, OPSUP,
etc.) to obtain situation awareness. The Traffic Situation Presentation is
composed of selectable maps, upon which the traffic and weather, if available,
are projected. Traffic data will consist of a representation of the track/plot
complemented by the label. It contains all the information available in the
correlated system track. This information can be made available to the TMCS’
operators.
In order to meet the needs of both BACC and APPs operation, the traffic display
can be selected from either the system track picture or from a picture based on a
single source. This latter, exploiting the higher update rate and increased
accuracy of the target, allows a reduction in the radar separation within (parts of)
the APPs. A number of graphical tools (graphical flight leg projection, range and
bearing) and the presentation of the ATC tools (MONA, Safety Nets, etc) are
also incorporated in the Traffic Situation Presentation. Map configurations are
defined as part of the offline environment. Each configuration comprises a
number of map elements and defines their presentation attributes. A user is able
to choose a particular map configuration and then select for display individual
elements within the configuration. Maps may also be defined online and
distributed to other users.
The display also contains tabular depictions of flight data and co-ordination
messages. In order to achieve efficient use of the screen, a user is able to select
more than one independent Traffic Situation Presentations, thus permitting a
main display of the area of responsibility plus auxiliary displays showing
inbound traffic flows.
9.18.3
Meteorological Information Presentation
The Meteorological Information Presentation permits authorized users to enter
aerodrome and area meteorological forecasts, to use in the processing of flight
data and to display as auxiliary information for ATC. At certain working
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positions (e.g. in the APPs), the meteorological information of certain
aerodromes may be permanently displayed. Therefore, any change to the
information is immediately displayed and highlighted to the ATC for
acknowledgement. The Meteorological Information Presentation also provides a
means for authorized TMCS’ operators to manually view and repair
meteorological messages that were not processed automatically.
9.18.4
Aeronautical Information Presentation
The Aeronautical Information Presentation permits authorized users to enter
aeronautical (environment) information and NOTAMs, to use in the processing
of flight data and to display as auxiliary information for ATC.
The Aeronautical Information Presentation also provides a mean for authorized
TMCS’ operators to manually view and repair aeronautical messages that were
not processed automatically and other unrecognized messages.
9.18.5
Paged Information Presentation
The purpose of the Paged Information Presentation is to provide a flexible
mechanism by which data can be organized to display as supplementary
information to ATC and other TMCS’ operators, replacing the traditional array of
dedicated displays and charts. As such, it brings together system environment
data, configuration data, and text/graphical information compiled specifically for
the Paged Information Presentation.
The layout of the pages is defined in the Maintenance and Analysis Mission by
use of the Interface Editor. It may contain a mix of environment and
configuration data together with prepared text or graphics. Pages are selected for
display by means of an index. Additionally, a page may be linked to an object, in
which case the page may be selected by simple designation on the object
wherever it is displayed. For example, by clicking on an aerodrome symbol on
the situation display, a page providing the meteorological information at that
aerodrome may be displayed.
Update of the data is available, according to access rights, via the pages of the
Paged Information Presentation, or via the other dedicated displays.
Any change to the data that is displayed on a page immediately causes the page
to be updated with the new data. Additionally, users may be notified of the
arrival of important information via a warning facility.
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Operational Status Presentation
Each TMCS’ operators requires information regarding the operational status of
the system, in terms of the available functionality, and other miscellaneous
information (time, QNH, etc.). The particular items displayed may be customized
for the particular TMCS’ operators.
9.18.7
HMI Functional Capability
The HMI will be able to configure in both off–line by adaptation and on-line by
authorized user. For off-line, adaptation will allow decoration and layout of pushbuttons/menus, definition of the maps, default range and offset, definition and
layout of the plot and track labels, preferences and manipulation of jurisdiction
along with a set of functions defined on a jurisdictional basis and role, the
electronic flight strips, and the layout of paper flight strips etc.
For on-line, roles and jurisdictions are modified on-line enabling associated
functions to become accessible based on the pre-planned off-line adaptation. In
addition, authorized user can modify certain parameters within a defined roles
and jurisdiction function set and save those changes as either personnel or system
wide preferences.
9.18.8
Input Optimization
Input optimization allows ATC to perform some repetitive tasks directly from the
data block. In addition, the generally accessed functions that are not available
from the data block have been mapped to quick action keys, allowing rapid
display and removal when not used. Data block layout and functions along with
quick action key mappings can be modified.
9.19
FDO HMI
The FDO will have the full capabilities of managing ATS messages and flight plan
data to ensure flight data correctness and completeness of each flight plan for smooth
transition of flight progress. The FDO will have the ability of managing specific
dynamic aeronautical data by modification, creation and cancellation of the data as
appropriate. The FDO will be able to manage weather data including meteorological
messages. The FDO will provide flight data lists which are able to access all records
concerning messages, actions and flight plan histories of each flight plan. The FDO
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will be able to input free text concerning for individual flight plans to display in
relevant Flight Data Block, Electronic Flight Strip and Flight Data List.
9.20
Data Set Management
The Data Set Management function (DSM) will provide the facility to authorized
user in order to preparing/define data set, and then to ensure consistency as the data is
propagated through the system. The intention is that a static environment data is
entered once and then used by many functions (e.g. CWS’s Maps, FDP, and
Monitoring Aids).
9.20.1
Data Set
The data set is set of static environment data. It should be grouped in many
categories depend on the system environment such as Operational (OPS),
Training (TRA) and Contingency (CON), etc.
The data set should comprise of the following data, but not limited to:
a) Points or Fixes;
b) Airports and runways;
c) SIDs, STARs;
d) Airways;
e) Aeronautical maps;
f) Airspace zones and sectorisation;
g) QNH areas and related QNH parameters;
h) Aircraft performances;
i)
Aeronautical information data;
j)
RPL;
k) Surveillance data process parameters;
l)
RADAR parameters;
m) ADS-B parameters;
n) MLAT/WAM parameters;
o) Flight data process parameters;
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p) Safety nets areas and parameters;
q) Monitoring Aids parameters;
r) Medium Term Conflict Alerts parameters;
s) Record and Replay parameters;
t)
Air-Ground data link parameters;
u) ATC HMI parameters;
v) ATFM parameters;
w) AMAN, DMAN parameters;
x) Airspace Management parameters;
y) External interface parameters and
z) Exercise preparation.
9.20.2
Management
The DSM will provide the facility to manage the data set in order to tailor the
system for local condition and operational characteristics, such as creating,
viewing, modifying, deleting, printing and distributing data set.
9.20.3
Import AIXM data
The DSM should provide the facility to import the aeronautical data in AIXM
messages format from manual insert via USB flash drive and automatically
import from Other Systems.
9.20.4
Backup and restore data set
The DSM will provide the facility to backup and restore data set to/from archive
media and/or removable storage media such as USB flash drive as following:
a) Backup a category or all data set;
b) Restore a category or all data set; and
c) Replicate a category or all data set.
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Map Generator
Map generator is the map editor used to construct and prepare map data for the
TMCS. Aeronautical maps generated by the map generator can be used by
various systems for the CWS display and/or PSP display.
Map generator should be able to construct types of following map:
a) 2D maps for related aeronautical maps;
b) 3D maps with the intention of displayed the airspace zone.
9.20.6
Data set distribution
The DSM will provide the facility to upload data set to all related
system/function and activate all of them to use the new data set.
9.21
Network Management System
The aim of Network Management System function (NMS) is to provide, at minimum,
the following features:
a) Network resources monitoring, such as link bandwidth monitoring, etc.;
b) Route analytics, such as analyze route and structure of operation network;
c) Network configuration management;
d) Fault management;
e) Performance management,
management, etc.
such
as
delay
management,
throughput
Third party NMS application should be encouraged to perform NMS feature in order
to enhance management of specific network equipments/resources such as Cisco
switches and routers, etc.
9.22
Control and Monitoring System
The Control and Monitoring System function (CMS) provides the facility to
authorized user in order to monitor and control the functionality and system devices
of TMCS. This activity will ensure that the overall of TMCS is available to users for
a high percentage of the time. In addition, CMS also performs the logging all
activities that affected to the system.
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The graphical presentation on CMWS screen assists the TECHSUP and MTN to
visualize the situation more easily and manage the situation more effectively using
manual control. The color scheme will be used to show different status of TMCS in
real time.
Both aural and visual alarm indications will be provided upon detection of equipment
fault and/or any out-of-tolerance parameters in the monitoring circuits. The
authorized user will be able to acknowledge the aural alarm to mute the sound. The
visual alarm will remain on CMWS until the fault is resolved.
9.22.1
System Control
The CMS will provide the facility to authorized user to control functions,
external interfaces of TMCS as follow, but not limited to:
9.22.2

Manual redundant servers switchover;

Manual redundant external input switchover;

Inhibit, exhibit data line inputs;

Manual Start, Stop function such as SDP, FDP, etc.
System Monitoring
The CMS will provide the facility to monitor the functions, devices, internal
networks and external interfaces of TMCS as follow, but not limited to:

Functions status such as SDP,FDP, etc.;

External interfaces status including channel in used, channel problem,
etc.;

Internal network status including network equipment such as switches,
router, etc.;

GPS time server status and time synchronization status; and

Performance Monitoring such as CPU, Memory, Storage, Network
utilization, etc.
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) usage should be encouraged
for CMS function.
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Logging
The CMS function will log all events that affect to the system such as redundant
servers switchover, etc. then store in CMS log files.
The CMS log file will be automatically generated and recorded on a real-time
basis with a UTC timestamp. The CMS log files should be able to keep 30 days
as a minimum.
9.23
Contingency/Training System
This section describes the Contingency/Training System (CON/TRA) function which
supports the CON/TRA concept as described previously in System Architecture.
9.23.1
The CON/TRA in Contingency mode
The CON/TRA in Contingency mode (CON) is a scaled down copy of the MOPS
with the same capability but with a reduced set of hardware configuration. The
CON/TRA in CON should enable ATC to perform their duties during a
contingency situation.
The CON/TRA in CON will include but not limited to the following:

Tasks and functionality as in the MOPS; and

Performance and reliability as in the MOPS.
The CON/TRA in CON needs to be connected to the same surrounding world as
the MOPS. This will make The CON/TRA in CON an ideal location to test new
software versions and datasets. When performing this kind of testing it is
important to ensure that information is not inadvertently sent from The
CON/TRA in CON to any unintended locations.
9.23.2
The CON/TRA in Training mode
The CON/TRA in Training mode (TRA) uses a similar operational segment as
the MOPS. For training purposes it is therefore required to have the fallback
functionality provided together with the MOPS in order to enable students to
practice a gradual method of system degradation.
The training function of CON/TRA in TRA is a high-fidelity air traffic simulator
that is designed to provide realistic ATC training in an environment that
accurately replicates that which ATC will experience.
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The training function will include sessions, game, and exercise as described
below:

Sessions: A Session defines the operational context during training. A
session includes information about an entire FIR with adjacent airspace
structures of initial wind and temperature profile, internal and external
control units/sectors/Letters of Agreement, aircraft types and their
performance profiles as well as surveillance and communication sites
with type/coverage profiles, etc.

Game: A Game defines the flight plans and events template or
templates, and always connects to a specific Session. A Game is loaded
in preparation for performing one or more Exercises. One Game template
can be used for several Exercises and started at different times. Each
time an Exercise is started based on a specific Game, a unique Exercise
record is created that belongs to that Game.

Exercise: An Exercise is always based on a Session/Game template and
the result of a Game being run from start to stop is an Exercise. An
Exercise contains not only the same prepared initial data set as defined
by the Game, but it is also based on a unique log of all flights, events,
keystrokes and voice input that occur during the running of that specific
Exercise.
The CON/TRA in TRA also includes these features:
a) Traffic and Event Generator (TEG);
b) Pseudo Pilot (PSP); and
c) Training Mission Control (TMC)
9.23.2.1
Traffic and Event Generator
The TEG feature will simulates all inputs to TRA as follows, but not limited
to:

Flight creation for creating of the corresponding aircraft and
flight plan;

Flight plan messages generation;

Aeronautical information data handling;
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9.23.2.2
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Wind and Weather data generation;

Aircraft simulation for aircraft trajectory initialization and
management of the aircraft trajectory;

Surveillance data
MLAT/WAM.

CPDLC message handling ;

Time management.

Report generation;
simulate
such
as
RADAR,
ADS-B,
Pseudo Pilot
The PSP feature will allows commands to be sent to the TEG to control the
simulation for individual aircraft. The PSP feature has two major purposes:

Maintain realistic air traffic situations; and

Simulate the pilot-to-ATC communications.
The main PSP actions are:

Modify aircraft heading, flight level and speed;

Switch an aircraft from automatic to manual piloting mode ,vice
versa;

Take-off / Landing Aircraft ;

Create and delete aircraft;

Modify SSR code, Aircraft ID;

Amend to the aircraft route;

Hold aircraft;

Input of complex maneuver commands - ILS, VOR/DME flying;

Requests for simple or complex reports; and

Perform CPDLC exchanges with the ATC.
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Training Mission Control
The TMC feature controls the overall simulation environment (e.g. manage
session, game, exercises). It controls the individual exercises and allows
instructors to modify exercise parameters and simulation of system failures.
The main TMC commands are, at minimum:
9.24

Start and end simulation;

Assign of the TRN to a group;

Start and stop exercises;

Pause and resume exercises;

Record an exercise;

Replay an exercise;

Change speed of an exercise;

Create/Modify wind/weather data;

Create/Modify the QNH; and

Simulate individual surveillance data failure (e.g. RADAR,
ADS-B and MLAT/WAM).
Computer Based Training Software
The Computer Based Training (CBT) is a self-learning platform of the functions,
features, capabilities and usage of the TMCS as well as background information on
CNS/ATM technologies such as ADS-B , CPDLC, AIDC and ADS-C etc. The CBT
will include at least the following features:
a) Management of user-defined learning packages comprising of a number of
learning units and the training records ;
b) Delivery of the learning package, each comprised of a number of learning
units, to different groups of learners ;
c) Delivery of the different packages to different groups of learners selectable
by the trainer on removable storage media;
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d) Evaluation of the learner's understanding on each of the learning unit
contained in a package through computer based assessment;
e) Provision of question pools and assessment tools to evaluate the overall
understanding of the TMCS for different groups of learners;
f) Management of security and information access based on configurable user
profiles with different levels of access privileges including administrator,
trainer and different groups of learners; and
g) Provision of graphical user interface for the administrators and trainers to
manage the security, access to the learning packages, learning units and
training records.
9.24.1
The learning packages
The learning packages will be developed in accordance with the following
requirements:
a) The content will cover the full TMCS functions, features, capabilities
and usage including at least:
o
System architecture;
o
The Level of Contingency and backup;
o
Intersystem Connection;
o
Operator Roles and Workstations;
o
VCCS;
o
System Functionalities;
o
HMI including at least:

Maps;

Track and Label presentation;

Window management;

Support tools;

Surveillance menu and picture;
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Flight plan management;

System Monitoring;

System message management.
b) In addition, a number of learning units in relation to the background
and/or technical aspects of CNS/ATM technologies will be applied to the
CBT such as:
o
CPDLC;
o
AIDC;
o
ADS-B;
o
Mode-S;
o
MLAT/WAM;
o
ADS-C.
c) The content will be organized into learning packages according to the
training needs of different TMCS’s roles of learners.
d) Each learning package will comprise a number of learning units
considered necessary for each TMCS’s roles of learners. Assessment
questions will be given at the end of each unit.
e) Each learning package will be organized structurally according to the
training needs of the TMCS’s roles. This will include at least:
o
objective;
o
general overview of the relevant TMCS functions;
o
system configuration;
o
operational concept and service modes;
o
in-depth usage of each of the relevant TMCS functions; and
o
fallback and recovery functions.
f) The learning units will provide simulation or animation that will
demonstrate the HMI interactions and the use of menu, button and
computer-aided means to perform the TMCS functions.
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The Training Records
The training records will be managed with learning progress and history for at
least 1,000 learners in accordance with the following requirements:
a) Record the learning details of each learner including the learner's profile,
timestamps of log in and out of each learning session, the access duration
of each learning unit, details of learning assessment, and other training
related information;
b) Enable the trainer to select, view and print the training records; and
c) Enable the learner to view and print their training records.
9.24.3
Security
The security measures against data alteration, unauthorized access, intrusion and
malicious computer attacks, and infection from computer virus and malicious
software will be offered. All successful entries and intrusion attempts for viewing
and printing by the administrators will be recorded.
9.24.4
Computer-based assessment
Computer-based assessment for each learning unit of a package will be provided
in accordance with the following requirements:
a) The assessment questions provided at the end of each learning unit will
be suitable for evaluation of the learner's understanding to the content of
the unit;
b) Multiple choice and/or true-or-false style questions will be provided; and
c) Result of the assessment will be presented to the learner at the end of the
assessment.
Apart from the assessment given at the end of each learning unit, a separate
question pools and assessment tools will be provided by the CBT in assessing the
overall understanding of different TMCS’s roles of learners according to the
following requirements:
a) A question editor for trainers to create, modify and delete the questions
in the pool;
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b) A tool for trainers to create new test papers by selecting questions from
the question pools;
c) A tool for trainers to configure the passing mark of the test paper
generated; and
9.24.5
Web based supporting
The CBT should provide learning packages, computer-based assessments, and
training records for web-based learning based on the Sharable Content Object.
9.25
Tower Surveillance Data Processing
For airport with high traffic movement, Tower system level III, IV (Suvarnabhumi,
Donmaueng, Chiangmai, Hatyai, Phuket, Nakornsithamarat, Samui and Udon Thani)
, AEROTHAI requires the Tower Surveillance Data Processing function (TSDP)
which includes Advance Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (ASMGCS), following the A-SMGCS Manual (ICAO doc 9830). With A-SMGCS,
TSDP will be able to support airport surveillance, routing, guidance, and control to
all aircraft and vehicles on the runways, taxiways, aprons and the movement area at
the airports, and to support optimized “Gate to Gate” operations concept.
The surveillance functions will provide accurate information on the position and
identity of all aircrafts and vehicles operating on the movement area. This will be
used to enhance the automated functions associated with conformance monitoring
and conflict alert. Also, the surveillance information will be useful in refining the
traffic planning functions associated with predicting taxi throughput and
arrival/departure times.
The automated functions will include the monitoring of conformance with taxi
instructions and the detection of potential conflicts and their resolution. Automation
will also be used to control ground visual aids based on ATC and surveillance inputs.
Thus, the ground visual aids will be set up for the runway configuration in use, and
runway/taxiway intersections will be controlled based on precise knowledge of the
location and movement of aircraft and vehicles.
The Surface traffic planning automation functions will be integrated with
approach/departure operations. For arrivals, the sequence for each runway and stand
assignment will be used to make accurate estimates of arrival times at the stands.
This information will improve aircraft handling and turn-around time. For departures,
engine start and push-back times can be coordinated and managed to gain optimum
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departure sequencing, taking into account the planned route. Also, aerodrome
configuration changes will be timed and implemented more efficiently, thereby
minimizing any impact on the aerodrome utilization rate.
The TSDP will send/receive data from the Tower Flight Data Processing function
(TFDP) in order to provide FPLs correlation with the tracks and information support
automated function.
The TSDP will provide the following basic features at a minimum:
a) Surveillance;
b) Control;
c) Routing (for Suvarnabhumi only);
d) Guidance (for Suvarnabhumi only);
9.25.1
Surveillance Feature (SUF)
The SUF will provide identity and position of all traffic, with an adequate update
rate to give continuous traffic information which will include speed and
direction.
The SUF will be able to receive and process plots, tracked plots, weather
information, status information from several types of data formats which
comings from various types of interface, as listed in the table (Tower System –
Surveillance Systems Information Exchange Description) at a minimum.
The systems will combine surveillance data from several sources to provide a
single target with flight identification (ID) or vehicle ID for display to Tower
Workstation.
The combine (fusion) algorithm will be designed to develop “seamless coverage”
between Aerodrome control and Approach control, a single picture combining all
data sources and maintaining track ID continuity.
Updated track and identification data for each system track will be provided to
the Tower Workstation at least once per second.
The SUF will output the data in the ASTERIX format. The provided output data
will contain, at minimum, as follows;
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9.25.2
o
Track Unique Identifier
o
Fusion Identifier
o
Contributing sensor information
o
Track Position in Cartesian co-ordinates
o
Track Velocity in Cartesian co-ordinates
o
Position standard deviation
o
Velocity standard deviation
o
Height
o
Heading
o
Size
o
Mobile type
o
Mode-S code
o
Mode-A code
o
Call-sign
o
Registration Mark
Control Feature (COF)
The COF will monitor the situation on the aerodrome surface and provide alerts
when particular situations are detected.
The monitoring and alerting will be provided by the system upon detecting
runway incursions, taxiway alert situations and other hazardous scenarios, and
generating alerts to the ATC and possibly directly to the involved pilots and/or
vehicle drivers.
The COF will provide information to assist in warning ATC as follows:
o
Monitoring of aircraft and vehicles on the maneuvering area for
compliances with clearances and instructions;
o
Determining that a runway is clear of traffic prior to a landing or takeoff;
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Providing information on essential local traffic on or near the
maneuvering area;
o
Determining the location of aircraft and vehicles on the maneuvering
area;
o
Providing directional taxi information to aircraft when requested by the
pilot or deemed necessary by the ATC.
o
Providing assistance and advice to emergency vehicles
The COF will be responsible for automatic conflict detection and alerting. It will
detect area incursion conflicts at a minimum, comprised of;
o
Runway Incursions, (e.g. conflicts between aircraft or vehicles on the
runway and aircraft intending to land)
o
Taxiway Conflicts, (e.g. aircraft taxiing with excessive speed)
o
Area Conflicts, (e.g. an aircraft through into closed runways)
o
Special Conflicts, (e.g. an aircraft through an activated stopbar)
When COF detects a conflict situation an alert message and audible alarm will be
provided to the related ATC.
The TSDP will provide alerts updates to the ATC at a minimum of once per
second.
The parameter of detection of conflict alert will be configurable (e.g. range, time,
etc.)
9.25.3
Route Planning Feature (RPF) (for Suvarnabhumi only)
The RPF will provide fully automated strategic and tactical planning of
movements to optimize the use of runway and taxiway resources and minimize
taxi times.
The RPF will determine and assign routes to individual aircraft and vehicles on
the movement area.
The RPF will accommodate ATC with the capability to manually select the
routes for each individual flight.
The RPF will be designed with the capability to modify the assigned route by
ATC and to display the selected route after ATC selection of the track.
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When the system interface with Air Field Lighting System (AFL) for airfield
lighting control the route is chosen in such a way that routing functionality will
be performed.
9.25.4
Guidance Feature (GDF)
The GDF will provide the guidance to the pilot during taxiing. This guidance is
realized by the integration with the AFL to control and monitor stop bars and
taxiway centreline lights.
The airfield lighting status for the taxiway centreline lights and stop bars on an
airfield lighting segment basis is presented in term of on/off status and
availability/alarm status. The presentation will be configurable colour-coding for
the different indications.
When system start-up or restart, the status contained in the airfield lighting
system database will be downloaded and presented on the displays. Updates
received from the airfield lighting system will be presented without undue delay
of receipt.
To facilitate the GDF, the system will be provided with the following
capabilities:
9.25.5
o
Interfaces with the AFL via the Gateway.
o
Monitor and control the Stop bars and Taxiway Centerline Lights;
o
Allow the ATC to activate and de-activate by manual or automatic
controls of Stop bar and Lighting Segment;
Aerodrome Features Mapping
Aerodrome Name
SUVARNABHUMI
DONMAUENG
CHIANGMAI
HATYAI
PHUKET
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location
Indicator
VTBS
VTBD
VTCC
VTSS
VTSP
SUF
COF
RPF
GDF











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NAKHON SI THAMARAT
SAMUI
UDON THANI
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Indicator
VTSN
VTSM
VTUD
SUF
COF






RPF
GDF
Tower Flight Data Processing
In order to support “gate-to-gate” operation, AEROTHAI requires the Tower Flight
Data Processing Function (TFDP) to provide an operational display of flight data and
vehicle data and auxiliary data (e.g. Navigation Aids status).
TFDP should process/display the necessary flight plan data and provide the status
changes and key events for both IFR and VFR traffic.
TFDP should provide a Tower Electronic Flight Strip (TEFS) use in an airport
environment including aprons, taxiways, runways, and Terminal control area (TMA),
to replace the usual paper flight strips with centralized information system.
TFDP should provide all necessary information to ATC simultaneously, data from
other information sources (e.g. from/to AIMS) are incorporated seamlessly reducing
the effort for manual input and further amendment. All updates are automatically
distributed to other systems (e.g. APP System, NAS) if necessary or where
applicable, to provide silent co-ordination between Tower – Approach – Area
Control.
9.26.1
Data Management and Update
The TFDP should provide a database, which stores and processes flight plan data
and other flight related information for the purpose of track identification and
labeling. The TFDP should correlate registry information, and respective flight
plan information.
TFDP should store, processing and displaying FPLs, vehicle data and auxiliary
data.
The TFDP should send/receive FPLs data form FDP.
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The TFDP should transfer the aircraft to Approach Control by manually or
automatically when that aircraft take off.
The coordination between TFDP and FDP, the system should provide fully silent
coordination for all inbound and outbound traffic from the FDP to TFDP and
vice versa.
Dependent on operational flight plan status or any other flight plan data
available, The TFDP should perform the following, at a minimum:
9.26.2

Distribute flight plan update messages automatically without ATC
intervention;

Inform the ATC by notification to verify and manually accept or reject
the update message;

Provide alert or warning messages, for critical changes to flight plans;
Runway Determination
The calculation of Estimated Take-off Time (ETOT) and Estimated Time of
Arrival (ETA) depends frequently on the runway configuration to be used for
take-off and landing in the meteorological conditions pertaining at the time.
When the departure or arrival runway for a given flight changed, the following
should be calculated, at a minimum.
9.26.3

Estimated Off-Block Time (EOBT)

Estimated Take-off Time (ETOT)

Standard Instrument Departure (SID)

Standard Arrival Route (STAR)

Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA)

Estimated Parking Time (EPT)
Correlation with Surveillance Data
Track Labels are required to show information derived from the equivalent flight
plan or abbreviated flight plan. In particular, the flight identification is required
to be displayed in almost all cases. Data is required to be made available to
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enable such correlation, which is required for both airborne flights and ground
movements where available.
9.26.4
SSR Code Assignment/Management
The TFDP should provide the SSR code assignment / management function used
to adapt code allocating SSR codes automatically to flight plans at their time of
activation. The function should also support the manual allocation of codes.
9.27
Tower Controller Workstation(T-CWS)
The Tower Controller Workstation (T-CWS) should form the Human Machine
Interface (HMI) between the operator and the system, it should be designed to
provide an appropriate functionality to accommodate the operational role of Tower
Controllers and supported roles, which are generally divided into three (3) main
functionality as Air Situation Display (ASD), Ground Situation Display (GSD),
Flight Data Display (FDD), and two (2) support functionality as Tower Dataset
Operator (T-DSO), Tower Control and Monitoring (T-CMS)
9.27.1
Air Situation Display (ASD)
The ASD should provide a reliable display of the actual air traffic situation
superimposed on the synthetic maps to the Tower Controller. Usually ASD is
used to monitor air traffic situation. It is preferable for The ASD HMI to be
similar to CWS HMI for EC APP in order to give ATC familiarity with the
display and HMI function.
In case of the servers fail, the ASD should receive data directly from any
surveillance sources by automatic preset or by manually.
9.27.2
Ground Situation Display (GSD)
The Ground Situation Display (GSD) should provide to Tower Controller the
situation awareness about ground traffic as far as surveillance, control, planning
and guidance functions are concerned. Ground tracks, should be provided with
labels for target identification and flight plan information acquisition, and should
be presented on the airport map. Movement safety should be supported by
conflict alert messages presentation. Arrival flights and Departure flights with
route presentation will be confirmed and/or modified by ATC.
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ATC should be able to command lighting statuses presentation on airport map
and light segment in order to perform guidance of outbound and inbound traffic
(when connect to AFL).
In case of the servers fail, the GSD should be received data directly from any
surveillance sources by automatic preset or by manually.
The following information should be presented, but not limited to, at the GSD.

Synthetic traffic situation on the digital map of the airport;

High resolution Radar raw video from SMRs;

Ground popup views and pre-selected areas;

Labels attached to object track;

Information on selected tracks;

Arrival and Departure lists;

Alert information;

Guidance information;

Route planning information,

Maps displaying.
The GSD should be possible to set the configuration to display multiple-view
layout.
The GSD should be provided tools to operators, but not limited to, as follows:

Rearrangement of the screen
o
In-Out screen zooming,
o
Set/reset the screen center,
o
A set with predefined screen layouts including range,
o
Center and Orientation,
o
Scenario rotation, in steps of 1 degree

Switching any map overlays,

Bearing / Distance line
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Target Presentation
The Target presentation is synthetic information and/or digitized radar video.
Tracks should be classified as Arrival, Departure and Vehicle, tracks colors
should be different depend on the track classification.
Label Presentation
The track label should contain of basic flight data following ICAO Doc4444. The
data containing should be different depend on track classification. The label
presentation should be allow to configurable, but not limited to, as follows:

Label color and label background color,

Character size,

Label layout,

Label connection,

Label movement.
Displaying Customization
The GSD should provide map creation/modify tool to create and modify
geographical map presentation. The GSD should allow customization, but not
limited to, as follows:

Graphical symbols,

Tracks trajectory,

Label information,

Angle of scenario.
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Flight Data Display
The Flight Data Display (FDD) should retrieve data from TFDP server and
display the information on the display. The FDD is a Tower Electronic Flight
Strip (TEFS) used in an airport environment including aprons, taxiways,
runways, and airspace (TMA). The FDD should be touch sensitive LCD monitor
for TEFS with stylus pen as the input device.
The FDDs should provide the following features, but not limited to, as follows:

Display and process of flight plan data and vehicles data,

Display of Notification,

Display of Auxiliary data

Display and process of the DMAN function,

Display and process of runway in use,

FDD degraded mode,

Grouping / Regrouping of roles,
Display and process flight plan data and vehicles data
The FDD should be divided into bays representing different categories of data,
but not limited to, as follows:

Traffic lists,

Notification windows,

Auxiliary information windows.
Bay configuration of FDD should be configurable for each role.
The FDD should provide function to Find/Modify/Create FPL and Vehicle. All
displays should be automatically updated when a flight plan is modified by an
operator or by an external source.
The FDD should have two (2) types of strip bay for managing flight data as
follows:

The compulsory strip bay,
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The non-compulsory strip bay.
The non-compulsory strip bay should be assigned to LCL and GND roles, to
manage flight strip by free placement using drag and drop.
The compulsory strip bay should be assigned to other roles (e.g. T-TACTSUP),
in order to automate management of the flight strip to the appropriate place
according to its state transition. Whenever the LCL or GND changes state of
flight, the flight state in the compulsory strip bay should be automatically
updated.
The formatting of flight strip should consist of ICAO flight plan fields. The
Layout, Font, Color, Commands should be configurable.
Each TEFS should be selectable to display at least three (3) formats as follows:

Abbreviated strip format,

Normal strip format,

Expanded strip format.
The FDD should provide a set of control buttons and change state buttons to
change state of flight for the selected FPL. The FDD should support handwriting
on tactical screens with stylus, it should possible to maintain and transfer
handwritten symbols or text between different operators.
The Free Text Insert (FTI) should be named using free text. The operator should
be able to create, modify and delete FTI. The FTI should be able to place and
move manually inside the workspace.
The notification display
The FDD should provide a notification bay to present different type of messages,
at a minimum, as follows:

Message notes exchanged between different roles

Error messages

Warning messages
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Etc.
When a new notification is created, it should be sorted into a list of pending
messages according to the message category and the time. Some of the messages
will attract the attention of the operator with an aural signal (depend on
configuration). The system should allow the operator to explain a full message
from a list to display in a pop-up window, when the operator accepts the message
the pop-up window will be closed. The system should allow the operator to
create and exchange of message notes in free text between different roles. A
dedicated note window is used to enter the message to be dispatched to the
selected roles
The auxiliary data display
The FDD should provide essential information to the operator to make the right
decisions knowing that priority is given to the flight data display. The windows
should be displayed either permanently on the FDD or invoked on demand on the
FDD.
The FDD should provide an auxiliary data to display, at a minimum, as follows:

Current date and time

NAVIDS status (if available)

CATIS (if available)

QNH value (if available)

System status (e.g. status of server)

Etc.
Runway in use management
The FDD should manage and display the assignment of runway configurations as
departure and arrival flights for each aerodrome, to provide automatic
reassignment of SID/STAR when a change of runway in use comes into effect
and indicate automatically reassign SID/STAR in the database, TEFS and flight
data list of the relevant flight plans.
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FDD degraded mode
In case of TFDP and/or network fails, the FDDs latest screen content should be
displayed to maintain operations; the operator should be able to print out of all
active and pending FPLs via color laser printer.
In case of the failure of external systems and/or communication with external
systems, the operator should be able to manual input facilities for the missing
data.
Grouping / Re-grouping of the roles
The system should allow T-TACTSUP to combine/split the role according to the
appropriate situation. The configurations include multiple roles such as
LCL+GND, LCL+GND+DCL, etc.
9.27.4
Tower Dataset Management (T-DSM)
The T-DSM should be similar to the DSM (para 9.20)
9.27.5
Tower Network Management System (T-NMS)
The T-CMS should be similar to the NMS (para 9.21)
9.27.6
Tower Control and Monitoring System (T-CMS)
The T-CMS should be similar to the CMS (para 9.22)
10
Technical Characteristic
This chapter describes the physical characteristics of the system in terms of its
components, its performance, and certain design principles to be followed.
10.1
Workstations Characteristic
All types of Workstation should be equipped with at least the following devices:
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a) Workstation-grade Computer;
b) LCD Monitor; and
c) Input Device.
10.1.1
Workstation-grade Computer
All Workstation-grade Computer will be high performance computer equipped
with at least the following high availability features and devices:
a) Intel Xeon or AMD OPTERON CPU;
b) RAM with error correction ECC;
c) Dedicated Graphic Card;
d) Multiple dedicated gigabit network interface cards;
e) Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) > 30,000 hours; and
f) Redundant power supplies (if available).
10.1.2
10.1.2.1
LCD Monitor
LCD Monitor of Type A Workstation
LCD Monitor of Type A Workstation consists of one (1) 2k x 2k LCD
Monitor and one (1) 24” portrait orientation LCD Monitor.
a) The 2k x 2k LCD Monitor will have, at minimum, the following
performance features:

Resolution= 2048 x 2048 pixels at 60Hz refresh rate;

Dual ports for DVI inputs;

Brightness ≥ 150 cd/m2;

Contrast ratio ≥ 700:1;

Display colors ≥ 16.7 M (24bit);

Color temperature 7500 K typical;

Dual power supply;
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Power supply operates between 100 VAC – 240 VAC, frequency
range 45-65 Hz;

Front control module / OSD;

LED backlight technology; and

Lamp lifetime ≥ 50,000 hours.
b) The
24” LCD Monitor will have, at minimum, the following
performance features:
10.1.2.2

Resolution = 1200 x 1920 pixels (portrait);

DVI port ≥ 1;

Brightness ≥ 250 cd/m2;

Contrast ratio ≥ 1000:1;

Display colors ≥ 16.7 M (24bit);

Power supply operates between 100 VAC – 240 VAC, frequency
range 45-65 Hz;

VESA Mounting Support; and

LED backlight technology.
LCD Monitor of Type B Workstation
LCD Monitor of Type B Workstation will be 24” LCD Monitor and will
have, at minimum, the following performance features:

Resolution = 1920 x 1200 pixels at 60Hz refresh rate;

DVI port ≥ 1;

Brightness ≥ 300 cd/m2;

Contrast ratio ≥ 1000:1;

Display colors ≥ 16.7 M (24bit);

VESA Mounting Support;

LED backlight technology; and
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10.1.2.3
Power supply operates between 100 VAC – 240 VAC, frequency
range 50 Hz +-3Hz.
LCD Monitor of Type C Workstation
LCD Monitor of Type C Workstation will be 30” LCD Monitor and will
have, at minimum, the following performance features:
10.1.2.4

Resolution = 2560 x 1600 pixels at 60Hz refresh rate;

DVI port ≥ 1;

Brightness ≥ 370 cd/m2;

Contrast ratio ≥ 1000:1;

Display colors ≥ 16.7 M (24bit);

VESA Mounting Support;

LED backlight technology; and

Power supply operates between 100 VAC – 240 VAC, frequency
range 50 Hz +-3Hz.
LCD Monitor of Type D Workstation
LCD Monitor of Type D Workstation will be 21.5” interactive pen display
and will have, at minimum, the following performance features:

Resolution ≥ 1920 x 1080 pixels at 60Hz refresh rate;

DVI port ≥ 1;

Brightness ≥ 230 cd/m2;

Contrast ratio ≥ 850:1;

Display colors ≥ 16.7 M (24bit);

Operated with stylus pen (battery-free, cordless and with side
switches); and

Power supply operates between 100 VAC – 240 VAC, frequency
range 50-60Hz.
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Input Device
The Input Device and Pointing Device will be composed of a three-button or two
buttons with scroll wheel mouse and standard QWERTY keyboard.
Each CWS should have a maximum of one (1) keyboard and one (1) pointing
device.
10.2
Server Computer
All Server Computer will be high performance computer equipped with at least the
following high availability features and devices:
a) Intel Xeon or AMD OPTERON CPU;
b) DDR3 RAM with error correction ECC;
c) Multiple dedicated gigabit network interface cards;
d) Hot-plug redundant power supply units;
e) Hot-plug hard disks installed in multi-channel hardware Redundant Array of
Independent Disks (RAID) configurations;
f) Mixed RAID configurations for RAID 1 and RAID 5; and
g) Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) ≥ 30,000 hours;
10.3
Printers
The Networked Color Laser printers are provided to support printing needs of the
users/controllers for general printing needs. (i.e., flight plan data, flight data statistics,
log reports, etc.). Each printer contains an integrated LAN adapter for connectivity
to the system network. The networked Color Laser printers will be high quality, quiet
printing capabilities and features up to 35 pages per minute print speed (A4), up to
1200 x 1200 DPI.
10.4
Console
The console will be provided to accommodate the operation in Operational partition,
CON/TRA partition of BACC/BAPC, BAPP, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC,
PSL APC, HHN APC and LTS/RTS. In addition, the Console for support Optional
End systems will be provided as well.
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The consoles for ACC/ APP operation will be able to support one 2K x 2K LCD
monitors which act as the Main display and two portrait orientation 16:10 aspect ratio
24-inch LCD monitors which act as the extended display (if available).
The displays should be mounted onto the arm using the display screen mounting
brackets. The horizontal sub-arm, and brackets will be connected by slide tracks or
hinges to freely adjust the inclination and swivel of display for easy viewing in the
horizontal or vertical mode. In addition, the height of the displays should be
adjustable using motorized mechanics. The height of the working surface should also
be adjustable using motorized mechanics.
The console will be equipped the main and fallback VCCS Touch-Entry Device
(TED) display include speaker, footswitch, slave clock display and appropriate
number of communication socket.
The console design will minimize reflections from daylight or any other type of light
source onto the screens.
To allow for the rapid replacement of the mouse/keyboard, the cable connection
point(s) of the mouse/keyboard to the CWS should be easily accessible to the user
without the need for technical staff intervention.
The cup holder and A4 document holder module should be provided to prevent
accidental liquid spilling and for easy access to the document.
Service lights will be provided inside all equipment cabinets and equipment cabinet
bay, the service lights will be controlled individually by manual switch.
Equipment cabinets will be provided to house the equipment and mounted in the rear
to allow cooling, noise buffering and easy access to equipments , if installation/
maintenance is needed, without disruptions to ATC.
The consoles will have provision of airflow opening for cooling and heat dissipation
effect. The airflow opening will be filtered with filter to avoid accidental entry of
foreign object and to prevent dust accumulation.
Overhead or desktop work lighting will be equipped to illumination of the desktop
working surface with white light LED reading lamps and fully dimmable light
fixtures when desired.
Each console will be equipped with three (3) power distribution units within the
console, each unit can be switched on/off and provide safe supply to all the
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consuming equipment individually. One unit will be used for Workstation, one unit
will be used for VCCS TED panel and the other unit will be used for general purpose
such as lighting etc.
Seats, sufficiently, maneuverable, adjustable and durable will be provided for
manning all of working positions.
10.5
Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM)
Reliability, Availability and Maintainability are characteristics of the overall system
which will be specified, designed, implemented, tested, validated and documented.
The methodology, techniques, processes and tools that the Tenderer intend to use to
achieve the specified RAM objectives will be described or referenced in specific
plans.
Reliability is the probability that an item will perform its intended function without
error, under stated conditions, for a specified period of time.
Availability is defined as a ratio of the total time the system is capable of performing
its mission, against the time for which it is required to perform that mission,
expressed as a percentage.
Maintainability is the measure of the ability of an item to be retained in or restored to
a specified condition when maintenance is performed by personnel having specified
skill levels, using prescribed procedures and resources, at each prescribed level of
maintenance and repair.
The Tenderer will provide in his Response RAM predictions and analysis, and also
substantiate his ability to meet the specified RAM by providing in his response a
RAM model consisting of RAM block diagrams covering all functions of the system.
The system will be designed to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per
year.
From a cold start (power-on), as well as from a warm re-start, the servers should be
configured to automatically start the application with all necessary services running
in order to allow immediate use of the system.
Monitoring systems intended for operation and maintenance will be part of the
technical system, making the maintenance activities more efficient thereby reducing
the operation and maintenance costs.
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The Mean Time To Repair (MTTR), comprising the failure isolation, replacement
and subsequent restart and performance tests, at the level of the Line Replaceable
Unit (LRU) will not exceed 30 minutes.
The availability of a depiction of the current traffic situation, comprising at least a
plot display from a selected source and background maps, at CWS on each suite will
be at least 0.9999.
10.6
10.6.1
Performance and Capacity
System Performance and Capacity
The system will provide the following performance and capacity in the
Operational and Contingency Facility at minimum:
ITEM
System Coverage Area
Height
Received plots per scan per radar
2048 x 2048 NM.
full Mode C compatibility
600
Concurrent System Tracks
1,000
Concurrent System Flight Plans in all
states
5,000
Display Range
10.6.2
Performance and capacity
adjustable from
1 NM. to 1024 NM.
Number of tracks displayable in ASD
500
Display Graphical Maps
60
Response Time
The Maximum response time on commands to execution completed at CWS and
T-CWS will be one (1) second with the exception of commands that involve
flight plan handling (e.g. route modification) which will be four (4) seconds.
10.6.3
Start-Up and Switch-over Times
The time required for complete system start-up from cold (i.e. switched-off) such
that full system capabilities are available, will not exceed 15 minutes.
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The time required for automatic switchover of a failed component of the radar
processing chain (radar interfaces and tracking) will not exceed 20 seconds.
In case of server and/or network failure, the switch-over of redundant server and
/or network will be executed automatically and transparent to the users without
any data loss or service interruption.
The time required to configure a workstation, already powered-up and allocated
to the MOPS, for complete operation at a sector will not exceed 25 seconds. The
aforementioned 25 seconds will includes the time between the instant that the
OPSUP enters the reconfiguration command and the instant that the reconfigured
workstation is available for operational use.
The time required for complete start-up of a CWS from a powered-off state to
complete operation at a sector will not exceed 5 minutes.
10.7
10.7.1
Design Principles
Hardware
All components will be commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) and be field-proven
commercially available products whose performance meets or exceeds the needs
for air traffic control environment.
The system will be constructed using open architecture using standard hardware
and standard communication protocols.
All servers will use similar configuration such as same brand/model, etc. Also
all workstations-grade computers in the system will use similar configuration
such as same brand/model, etc. Therefore any equipment of server/workstation
workstations-grade computer is 100% interchangeable with other equipment of
the same type.
Upgrade and expansion options will be easily carried out, so as to minimize
planning and System configuration effort in order to implement any future
expansion.
The maximum memory usage and CPU usage of each Server and Workstationgrade computer will not exceed 50% whilst providing the maximum capacity.
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Each Hardware unit and module will be clearly labeled in English in accordance
with its function, and will include a type number and serial number for
identification purposes.
10.7.2
Software
The Application Software programmes will be written in a popular structured
high-level language to facilitate ease of maintenance and development.
For the design and implementation of relational databases in the System, the
System will use commonly used Relational Database Management System
(RDBMS) software such as Oracle or equivalent.
10.7.3
Operating System
All computers will use Linux operating systems.
10.7.4
Networking Equipment
The network equipment and interface devices will utilize high bandwidth
communication technologies at least 1000 Mbps e.g., gigabit network cable,
gigabit switches and standard TCP/IP and UDP/IP communications protocols.
Each node of the MOPS, CON/TRA and IBS will be equipped with a dual
network interface to provide redundant operational LAN connections.
Each network equipment will be equipped with at least the following networking
management features and devices:
a) Management Information Base (MIB) conforming to RFC1212 and
RFC1213 and agents supporting Remote Network Monitoring (RMON)
and SNMP standards;
b) Sending the equipment status messages through SNMP by compiling
MIB in conformance with RFC 3418 to the CMWS; and
c) Synchronizing the equipment date/time clock through NTP.
Each network switch will be equipped with at least the following high
availability features and devices:
a) MTBF ≥ 140,000 hours;
b) Modular chassis designed for plug-in channel cards;
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c) Hot-plug redundant power supply units; and
d) Hot-plug channel cards.
Each network router will be equipped with at least the following high availability
features and devices:
a) MTBF ≥ 100,000 hours;
b) Modular chassis designed for plug-in channel cards;
c) Hot-plug redundant power supply units; and
d) Hot-plug channel cards.
The network switch/router will be able to enable IEEE 802.3ad link aggregation
and port trunking for high availability connection to devices across multiple
switches/routers.
The network switch/router will provide IEEE 802.1X Virtual LAN (VLAN)based and port-based security features, including firewalls and Quality of Service
(QoS) features.
10.7.5
Time Reference System
The Time Reference System will be used to keep time synchronization in the
MOPS, CON/TRA and IBS which will establish a common time source for all
systems.
In addition, outputs will exist to synchronize external systems with the common
time source, such as the DVR and slave clock display on each console.
The Time Reference System will be synchronized to GPS signals received by the
antenna, and it will be distributed to all net nodes by NTP through a network
Ethernet instead of a serial interface. And For this purpose a duplicated GPS
receiver with antenna will be provided and installed.
The system will have the capability to synchronize all systems to a common time
source with a maximum deviation of 100 milliseconds.
System Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) will be at least three (3) years.
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Uninterrupted Power Supply
The Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) system provides a continuous supply of
electric power to systems when the power supplies at the facility are not available or
stable. The UPS System should also provide high quality AC power for sensitive
electronic equipment loads.
10.8.1
UPS facilities at each site
For TMCS, the UPS facilities information is provided for Tenderer for
consideration.
Some UPS systems have already been implemented by
AEROTHAI, therefore the Tenderer may use those UPS systems for their
implementation. The Tenderer is responsible for consideration whether or not
the current implemented UPS is suitable for their system based on the amount of
power consumption required. If the current implemented UPS is not suitable, the
Tenderer will be responsible to provide the UPS for the respective systems.
However, the rest of UPS systems will be fully under the responsibility of the
Tenderer. The locations of those UPS systems are provided previously in Site
Information and the technical details are described in the UPS Characteristic
section.
For the UPS systems under responsibility of the Tenderer, the Tenderer will
provide, install, and test a complete and operable UPS in specified locations. All
UPS equipment must be new and factory tested. The Tenderer is also responsible
to demonstrate a complete full load field test and successful field testing the UPS
compatibility with AEROTHAI emergency backup generator.
The details of UPSs at each site are as follow:
10.8.1.1
Tung Mahamek Site
The planned numbers of UPS and their respective loads at Tung Mahamek
Site is described in table as follow:
System
NAS MOPS
System Description
Data Processing
VCCS
End System (3rd Floor)
End System (8th Floor)
F-VCCS
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UPS#2 UPS#3 UPS#4
X
X
X
X
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NAS IBS
APP IBS
Data Processing
VCCS
End system
Data Processing
Data Processing
X
X
X
X
X
Table 54 UPSs for Tung Mahamek system and their respective loads
The summary of UPS details required at Tung Mahamek Site is described in
table as follow:
UPS #
O/P Power (KVA)
Phase Type
Type
Tenderer
1
Proposed
Depending on Full Load Rate
Type A
Tenderer
2
Proposed
Depending on Full Load Rate
Type A
3
60
3-Phases
TBP*
4
40
3-Phases
TBP*
*TBP – Information to be provided by AEROTHAI when requested.
Table 55 Summary of UPS Details at Tung Mahamek Site
Responsibility
Tenderer
Tenderer
AEROTHAI
AEROTHAI
Miscellaneous Electrical Components
The Tenderer will also provide Bus Duct connecting between the metro
electric/engine at the ground floor of the New Operation Building to the UPS
system on the 2nd and the 8th floor. Please note that there are 2 paths which
require Bus Ducts; one path is outside of the New Operation Building while
the other path is inside. The site survey and site evaluation of Bus Duct
placement are recommended. The Tenderer will also provide static transfer
switches, cables connecting UPS to equipments, main distribution board,
junction box, installation materials, and other necessary components.
10.8.1.2
Chiang Mai Site, Hat Yai Site, and Phuket Site
The planned numbers of UPS and their respective loads at each of the
following sites, Chiang Mai Site, Hat Yai Site, and Phuket Site, is described
in table as follow:
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APP MOPS
APP CON/TRA
LTS
System Description
Data processing
VCCS
F-VCCS
End Systems
Data processing
VCCS
End System
Data Processing
End System
UPS #1
UPS#2 UPS#3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Table 56 UPSs for CMA APP System, HTY APP System, and PUT APP System and their
respective loads
The summary of UPS details required at each of the following sites, Chiang
Mai Site, Hat Yai Site and Phuket Site, is described in table as follow:
UPS # O/P Power (KVA)
Phase Type
Type
Responsibility
1
20
3-Phases
TBP*
AEROTHAI
2
Tenderer Proposed Depending on Full Load Rate Type A Tenderer
3
10
single-Phase
TBP*
AEROTHAI
*TBP – Information to be provided by AEROTHAI when requested.
Table 57 Summary of UPS Details at Chiang Mai Site, Hat Yai Site, and Phuket Site
Miscellaneous Electrical Components
AEROTHAI will provide electrical cable connecting metro electric/engine to
the UPS. However, at each site, the Tenderer will provide static transfer
switches, cables connecting all UPS to equipments, main distribution board,
junction box, installation materials, and other necessary equipments. The site
survey and site evaluation of components placement are recommended.
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Phitsanulok Site and Hua Hin Site
The planned numbers of UPS and their respective loads at each of the
following sites, Phitsanulok Site and Hua Hin Site, is described in table as
follow:
System
APP MOPS
APP CON/TRA
LTS
System Description
Data processing
VCCS
F-VCCS
End Systems
Data processing
VCCS
End System
End System
UPS #1
UPS#2 UPS#3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Table 58 UPSs for PSL APP System and HHN APP System and their respective loads
The summary of UPS details required at each of the following sites,
Phitsanulok Site and Hua Hin Site, is described in table as follow:
UPS # O/P Power (KVA)
Phase Type
Type
Responsibility
1
20
3-Phases
TBP*
AEROTHAI
2
Tenderer Proposed Depending on Full Load Rate Type A Tenderer
3
10
single-Phase
TBP*
AEROTHAI
*TBP – Information to be provided by AEROTHAI when requested.
Table 59 Summary of UPS Details at Phitsanulok Site and Hua Hin Site
Miscellaneous Electrical Components
AEROTHAI will provide electrical cable connecting metro electric/engine to
the UPS. However, at each site, the Tenderer will provide static transfer
switches, cables connecting all UPS to equipments, main distribution board,
junction box, installation materials, and other necessary equipments. The site
survey and site evaluation of components placement are recommended.
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Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
The planned numbers of UPS and its respective loads at Suvarnabhumi
Airport Site is described in table as follow:
System
System Description
BAPP MOPS
Data processing
VCCS
F-VCCS
End Systems
Data processing
VCCS
End System
Data Processing
End System
APP CON/TRA
SBA LTS
UPS #1
UPS#2 UPS#3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Table 60 UPSs for BAPP System and its respective loads
The summary of UPS details required at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site, is
described in table as follow:
UPS #
1
2
3
O/P Power (KVA)
Tenderer Proposed
Tenderer Proposed
Tenderer Proposed
Phase Type
Depending on Full Load Rate
Depending on Full Load Rate
Depending on Full Load Rate
Type
Type A
Type A
Type B
Responsibility
Tenderer
Tenderer
Tenderer
Table 61 Summary of UPS Details at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
Miscellaneous Electrical Components
AEROTHAI will provide electrical cable connecting metro electric/engine to
the UPS. However, the Tenderer will provide static transfer switches, cables
connecting all UPS to equipments, main distribution board, junction box,
installation materials, and other necessary equipments. The site survey and
site evaluation of components placement are recommended.
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Don Muang Airport Site
The planned numbers of UPS and its respective loads at Don Muang Airport
Site is described in table as follow:
System
DMA RTS
System Description
UPS #1
Data Processing
End System
X
X
Table 62 UPSs for DMA RTS and their respective loads
The summary of UPS details required at Don Muang Airport Site, is
described in table as follow:
UPS # O/P Power (KVA)
Phase Type
Type
Responsibility
1
60
3-Phases
TBP* AEROTHAI
*TBP – Information to be provided by AEROTHAI when requested.
Table 63 Summary of UPS Details at Don Muang Airport Site
Miscellaneous Electrical Components
AEROTHAI will provide electrical cable connecting metro electric/engine to
the UPS. However, the Tenderer will provide static transfer switches, cables
connecting all UPS to equipments, main distribution board, junction box,
installation materials, and other necessary equipments. The site survey and
site evaluation of components placement are recommended.
10.8.1.6
Samui Airport Site, Udon Thani Airport Site, and Nakhon Si Thamarat
Airport Site
The planned numbers of UPS and their respective loads at each of the
following sites, Samui Airport Site, Udon Thani Airport Site, and Nakhon Si
Thamarat Site, is described in table as follow:
System
Samui Airport RTS / Udon
Thani Airport RTS / Nakhon Si
Thamarat RTS
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UPS #1
Data Processing
X
End System
X
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Table 64 UPSs for Samui Airport RTS, Udon Thani Airport RTS, and Nakhon Si
Thamarat Airport RTS and their respective loads
The summary of UPS details required at each of the following sites, Samui
Airport Site, Udon Thani Airport Site, and Nakhon Si Thamarat Site, is
described in table as follow:
UPS #
1
O/P Power (KVA)
Phase Type
Tenderer Proposed Depending on Full Load Rate
Type
Type B
Responsibility
Tenderer
Table 65 Summary of UPS Details at Samui Airport Site, Udon Thani Airport Site, and
Nakhon Si Thamarat Airport Site
Miscellaneous Electrical Components
AEROTHAI will provide electrical cable connecting metro electric/engine to
the UPS. However, at each site, the Tenderer will provide static transfer
switches, cables connecting all UPS to equipments, main distribution board,
junction box, installation materials, and other necessary equipments. The site
survey and site evaluation of components placement are recommended.
10.8.1.7
Other Category Level-II Airport Sites
The planned numbers of UPS and their respective loads at each of the other
category Level-II airport sites is described in table as follow:
System
System Description
UPS #1
Category Level-II Airport RTS
End System
X
Table 66 UPSs for each of Category II Airport RTS and their respective loads
The summary of UPS details required at each of the other category Level-II
airport sites is described in table as follow:
UPS #
1
O/P Power (KVA)
Phase Type
Tenderer Proposed Depending on Full Load Rate
Type
Type B
Responsibility
Tenderer
Table 67 Summary of UPS Details at each of Category Level-II Airport Sites
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Miscellaneous Electrical Components
AEROTHAI will provide electrical cable connecting metro electric/engine to
the UPS. However, at each site, the Tenderer will provide static transfer
switches, cables connecting all UPS to equipments, main distribution board,
junction box, installation materials, and other necessary equipments. The site
survey and site evaluation of components placement are recommended.
10.8.2
10.8.2.1
UPS Characteristic
General Characteristics
In the event of power loss or electric power instability, all systems utilizing
UPS System will not be affected and will not require re-start even after the
power stability is resumed. Furthermore, The UPS System will have a
transformer for electrical isolation between input and output with current
limiting overload protection and output neutral bonded to ground. The main
circuit and the bypass can use the same or different sources.
Generally, the UPS equipment comprises standalone, flame-retardant sealed,
non-hydrogen producing battery units installed in the equipment room. The
UPS battery unit will be maintenance-free and require no special venting.
The UPS provides a continuous supply of electric power to all equipments at
each facility. There are generally two types of equipments for each site:

Dual Power Supply Equipments; and

Single Power Supply Equipments.
There are two (2) concepts for the UPS configuration; full UPS configuration
(Type A), half UPS configuration (Type B).
10.8.2.2
Type A UPS Configuration
The conceptual diagram is presented in figure below.
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R2
Metro. Electric./Engine
R1
Metro. Electric./Engine
Figure 17 Conceptual diagram of full UPS configuration
In the diagram, all equipments will only receive electrical power from UPS
to ensure stable electrical current. At minimum, the full UPS configuration
consists of the following components:
o
UPS equipment set. There are, at minimum, four (4) sets of UPS
equipments (A1, A2, B1, B2). Each set of UPS equipment has 2
inputs in “separated main bypass” configuration. A1 and A2
connect with each other in Parallel redundant configuration. B1
and B2 connect with each other in Parallel redundant
configuration.
Both the UPS sets in Parallel redundant
configuration will share the load equally. In case of failure of
one UPS set, the load should get automatically transferred to the
second UPS set without any operational break. Each set of UPS
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equipment, alone, is able to provide enough electric power for all
equipments in the facility for a minimum of 15 minutes. The
Tenderer is responsible for electric current load calculation for
each facility and each set of UPS equipment. The output power
of UPS will be 3-phases.
o
10.8.2.3
Static Transfer Switch (STS): There is, at minimum, one (1)
STS. The STS connects to both groups of UPS equipments to
receive electric power supply. The STS automatically selects
electric power from one group of UPS to provide to all single
power supply equipments in the facility.
Type B UPS Configuration
The conceptual diagram is presented in figure below:
Figure 18 Conceptual diagram of half UPS configuration
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In the diagram, all equipments will only receive electrical power from UPS
to ensure stable electrical current. At minimum, the half UPS configuration
consists of the following components:
10.8.2.4
o
UPS equipment set. There are, at minimum, two (2) sets of UPS
equipments (A1, B1,). Each set of UPS equipment has 2 inputs
in “separated main bypass” configuration. Also, each set of UPS
equipment, alone, is able to provide enough electric power for all
equipments in the facility for a minimum of 15 minutes. The
Tenderer is responsible for electric current load calculation for
each facility and each set of UPS equipment. The output power
of UPS will be 3-phases.
o
Static Transfer Switch (STS): There is, at minimum, one (1)
STS. The STS connects to both groups of UPS equipments to
receive electric power supply. The STS automatically selects
electric power from one group of UPS to provide to all single
power supply equipments in the facility.
Technical Specification for 3-phases UPS System
The minimum technical specification for 3-phase UPS System is described in
following table:
Details
TECHNOLOGY
Criteria
IGBT based, Microprocessor/Digital Signal Processing based,
Double Conversion On-line UPS with complete isolation from
the mains through inbuilt isolation transformer protecting the
load from electrical noises spike and voltage surge, with reverse
phase sequence operation for three phase supply.
QUALITY STANDARD
INPUT RATINGS
(Rectifier/Charger Unit)
VOLTAGE RANGE
POWER FACTOR
FREQUENCY
CURRENT HARMONIC
DISTORTION
POWER WALK IN
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 Certification
380 to 415 V AC, ±15 %, 3Ph + N +G
> 0.98 at full load
50 Hz (± 5% at least)
< 5% at full load
0-100% > 5 sec
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OUTPUT RATINGS
(Inverter Unit)
POWER RATING
POWER FACTOR
VOLTAGE
VOLTAGE REGULATION
FREQUENCY
WAVEFORM
LOAD CREST FACTOR
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
BATTERY RATINGS
TYPE
BACK-UP TIME
CABINET
OVERALL EFFICIENCY
PROTECTIONS
AUDIBLE ALARMS
INDICATIONS
UPS COMMUNICATION
UPS SOFTWARE
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
ENVIRONMENTAL
PARAMETERS
ACOUSTIC NOISE
Criteria
Proposed by Tenderer (on continuous basis)
0.9 or better
380 to 415 V AC, ±15 %, 3Ph + N +G
± 2% (static load)
50 Hz ±0.5% Nominal
Sine Wave with Total Harmonic Distortion
< 3% for linear loads
< 5% for non-linear loads
3 : 1 without derating
125% for 1 minute and 150% for 30 seconds
Sealed Maintenance Free/ VRLA
15 minutes on full load on each UPS
The batteries should be housed in a suitable cabinet for user
safety along with ventilation louvers.
> 90%
Overload & Short Circuit at the output
Over Temperature inside the UPS
Over Discharge for Battery
Under/ Over Voltage to the load in Normal mode
Under/ Over Voltage to the load in Bypass mode
Spikes & Surges to the load
Mains Failure, Battery low, Over Temperature,
Inverter Under/ Over Voltage & Inverter Overload
The UPS should be provided with Multi-function LCD Panel for
monitoring & control
RJ-45 10/100 Base-T (Directly through LAN connection) using
SNMP/NETCOM Card
The UPS should be provided with Software compatible to
Windows for real time monitoring of all the vital parameters
such as Input Voltage, Output Voltage, Battery Voltage, Output
Load etc. and Control the UPS using LAN connection.
Automatic Bypass Switch
Maintenance bypass switch
Display of status/ health of UPS on LCD with data logging
Operating Temp. 0 to 40 degree C - Relative Humidity 0 to 95%
RH
< 75 dBA @ 1 meter
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ADDITIONAL FEATURE
AFTERSALE SERVICE
Criteria
The UPS System should use the most advanced Microprocessor
technology and have state-of-the-art technology with high
degree of reliability in operation for continuous operation 24 hrs.
and 365 days a year.
The UPS System will provide external connection via IP
Network for external system to execute the control and
monitoring feature using Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP).
The UPS System will have local representative/distributor who
conducts regularly maintenance activities during warrantee
period for AEROTHAI.
Table 68 Technical Specification for 3-phase UPS System
10.8.2.5
Technical Specification for Static Transfer Switch
The minimum technical specification for Static Transfer Switch is described
in following table:
Details
INPUT SOURCE 1 OR
SOURCE 2
Nominal Voltage (V rms)
Voltage Range
Frequency
Number of Phase
Number of Pole
OUTPUT
Power Rating (A rms)
Technology
Voltage Range
Frequency
Number of Phase
Number of Pole
Overload Capacity
Transfer Time
OVERALL EFFICIENCY
Criteria
400 V
380 to 415 V AC, ±10 % rms. (adjustable)
50 Hz (± 5% at least)
3 Ph + N + G
3 Pole (Non Switch Natural)
Proposed by Tenderer (on continuous basis) and equivalent to
UPS’s output power rating.
Static Switch, two input sources and double maintenance bypass
with interlock.
380 to 415 V AC, ±10 % rms. (adjustable)
50 Hz (± 5% at least)
3 Ph + N + G
3 Pole (Non Switch Natural)
110 % 5 minutes or better
 5 ms for automatic and manual transfer
> 90%
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ENVIRONMENTAL
PARAMETERS
ACOUSTIC NOISE
DISPLAY
Criteria
Operating Temp. 0 to 40 degree C - Relative Humidity 0 to 95%
RH
< 65 dBA @ 1 meter
LCD Display and Mimic Diagram
Table 69 Technical Specification for Static Transfer Switch
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Provisional Requirements
1
System Architecture Submittal
ARCH01: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system architecture best suited for TMCS.
[E]
ARCH02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for NAS MOPS. (The
detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH03: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for NAS CON/TRA.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for NAS IBS. (The
detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH05: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for APP IBS. (The
detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH06: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for CMA APP MOPS.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH07: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for CMA APP
[E]
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CON/TRA. (The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing
connections among all components such as servers components, network
components, end system components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
ARCH08: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for HTY APP MOPS.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH09: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for HTY APP
CON/TRA. (The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing
connections among all components such as servers components, network
components, end system components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH10: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for PUT APP MOPS.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH11: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for PUT APP
CON/TRA. (The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing
connections among all components such as servers components, network
components, end system components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH12: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for PSL APP MOPS.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH13: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for PSL APP
CON/TRA. (The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing
connections among all components such as servers components, network
components, end system components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH14: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for HHN APP MOPS.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
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ARCH15: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for HHN APP
CON/TRA. (The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing
connections among all components such as servers components, network
components, end system components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH16: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for the following tower
systems:
•
Korat Tower system,
•
Takhli Tower system,
•
U-tapao Tower system, and
•
Kampangsan Tower system.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH17: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for the following tower
systems:
•
Phitsanulok Tower system,
•
Hua Hin Tower system,
•
Khon Kaen Tower system,
•
Chiang Rai Tower system,
•
Ubon Ratchathani Tower system,
•
Krabi Tower system,
•
Surat Thani Tower system,
•
Sakon Nakhon Tower system,
•
Nakhon Phanom Tower system,
•
Nakhon Ratchasima Tower system.
•
Petchaboon Tower system,
•
Nan Tower system,
•
Phare Tower system,
•
Loei Tower system,
•
Buriram Tower system,
•
Roi Et Tower system,
•
Surin Tower system,
•
Chumporn Tower system,
•
Trat Tower system,
[E]
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Mae Hong Son Tower system,
•
Lampang Tower system,
•
Sukhothai Tower system,
•
Tak Tower system,
•
Mae Sod Tower system,
•
Ranong Tower system,
•
Trang Tower system,
•
Pattani Tower system, and
•
Narathiwat Tower system.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
ARCH18: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for the CMA LTS.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH19: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for the HTY LTS. (The
detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH20: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for the PUT LTS. (The
detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH21: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for the UDN RTS.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
ARCH22: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the system best suited for the SMU RTS.
(The detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
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detail should include, at minimum, a diagram showing connections among all
components such as servers components, network components, end system
components, inputs, outputs, etc.)
[E]
2
The Level of Contingency and Backup Submittal
COBA01: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for NAS MOPS is capable of.
[E]
COBA02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for NAS CON/TRA is capable of.
[E]
COBA03: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for NAS IBS is capable of.
[E]
COBA04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for APP IBS is capable of.
[E]
COBA05: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for CMA APP MOPS is capable of.
[E]
COBA06: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for CMA APP CON/TRA is capable of.
[E]
COBA07: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for HTY APP MOPS is capable of.
[E]
COBA08: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for HTY APP CON/TRA is capable of.
[E]
COBA09: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for PUT APP MOPS is capable of.
[E]
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COBA10: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for PUT APP CON/TRA is capable of.
[E]
COBA11: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for PSL APP MOPS is capable of.
[E]
COBA12: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for PSL APP CON/TRA is capable of.
[E]
COBA13: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for HHN APP MOPS is capable of.
[E]
COBA14: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for HHN APP CON/TRA is capable of.
[E]
COBA15: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for the following towers are capable of:
•
Korat Tower system,
•
Takhli Tower system,
•
U-tapao Tower system, and
•
Kampangsan Tower system.
[E]
COBA16: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for the following towers are capable of:
•
Phitsanulok Tower system,
•
Hua Hin Tower system,
•
Khon Kaen Tower system,
•
Chiang Rai Tower system,
•
Ubon Ratchathani Tower system,
•
Krabi Tower system,
•
Surat Thani Tower system,
•
Sakon Nakhon Tower system,
•
Nakhon Phanom Tower system,
•
Nakhon Ratchasima Tower system.
•
Petchaboon Tower system,
•
Nan Tower system,
•
Phare Tower system,
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•
•
•
•
•
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•
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Loei Tower system,
Buriram Tower system,
Roi Et Tower system,
Surin Tower system,
Chumporn Tower system,
Trat Tower system,
Mae Hong Son Tower system,
Lampang Tower system,
Sukhothai Tower system,
Tak Tower system,
Mae Sod Tower system,
Ranong Tower system,
Trang Tower system,
Pattani Tower system, and
Narathiwat Tower system.
COBA17: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for the CMA LTS is capable of.
[E]
COBA18: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for the HTY LTS is capable of.
[E]
COBA19: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for the PUT LTS is capable of.
[E]
COBA20: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for the UDN RTS is capable of.
[E]
COBA21: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for the SMU RTS is capable of.
[E]
COBA22: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the contingency and backup capabilities
levels that the system best suited for the NST RTS is capable of.
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Intersystem Connection Submittal
INCO01:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the mechanism to provide data integrity and
security against unauthorized access, intrusion and malicious computer attacks.
[E]
INCO02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of external system interface of system
best suited for NAS MOPS which shall include, at minimum, communication
protocol, dimension of external system, and numbers of channel of each external
interface.
[E]
INCO03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of external system interface of system
best suited for NAS CON/TRA which shall include, at minimum, communication
protocol, dimension of external system, and numbers of channel of each external
interface.
[E]
INCO04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of external system interface of system
best suited for NAS IBS which shall include, at minimum, communication protocol,
dimension of external system, and numbers of channel of each external interface.
[E]
INCO05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS – AMHS information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs
[E]
INCO06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS – CIFDPS information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS – AGDL System information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO08:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS – Surveillance Systems
information exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS – Adjacent ACC ATM
Systems information exchange including all necessary standards documents and
ICDs.
[E]
INCO10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS –RTAFM information
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exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
INCO11:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS –MET System information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS –CCMS information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO13:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS –Other System information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NAS MOPS – any other internal systems
information exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO15:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of external system interface of system
best suited for all APP MOPS which shall include, at minimum, communication
protocol, dimension of external system, and numbers of channel of each external
interface.
[E]
INCO16:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of external system interface of system
best suited for all APP CON/TRA which shall include, at minimum, communication
protocol, dimension of external system, and numbers of channel of each external
interface.
[E]
INCO17:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of external system interface of system
best suited for APP IBS which shall include, at minimum, communication protocol,
dimension of external system, and numbers of channel of each external interface.
[E]
INCO18:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the APPS – AGDL System information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the APPS –MET System information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO20:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the APPS –CCMS information exchange
including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO21:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the APPS –Other System information
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exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
INCO22:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the APPS – any other internal systems
information exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO23:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of external system interface of system
best suited for all Tower Systems which shall include, at minimum, communication
protocol, dimension of external system, and numbers of channel of each external
interface.
[E]
INCO24:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Tower System – AGDL System
information exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO25:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Tower System – Airport Surveillance
Systems information exchange for Tower System Level III including all necessary
standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO26:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Tower System – CATIS System
information exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO27:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Tower System – CCMS information
exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO28:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Tower System – Other System
information exchange including all necessary standards documents and ICDs.
[E]
INCO29:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Tower System – any other internal
systems information exchange including all necessary standards documents and
ICDs.
[E]
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Operator Roles and Workstations Submittal
ORWO01: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for EC Operator
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Role.
ORWO02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for PC Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO03: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for AMAN Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for TACTSUP
Operator Role.
[E]
ORWO05: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for CMAC Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO06: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for OPSUP Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO07: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for FISL Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO08: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for TECHSUP
Operator Role.
[E]
ORWO09: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for FMM Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO10: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for FMC Operator
Role.
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ORWO11: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for FDO Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO12: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for DSO Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO13: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for ADF Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO14: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for MTN Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO15: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for TRN Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO16: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for PSP Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO17: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for TMC Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO18: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for GND Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO19: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for LCL Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO20: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
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characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for COR Operator
Role.
ORWO21: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for CDC Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO22: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for
[E]
T-TACTSUP Operator Role.
ORWO23: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for DMAN Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO24: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for T-EO Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO25: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for T-FDO Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO26: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for T-DSO Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO27: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for MIL Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO28: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for FAO Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO29: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for BAO Operator
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Role.
ORWO30: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for ARO Operator
Role.
[E]
ORWO31: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the software
characteristics/functions/capabilities of workstation best suited for T-MTN Operator
Role.
[E]
5
Site Information and Network Infrastructure Submittal
5.1
Network Infrastructure
SINI01:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
Tung Mahamek Site.
[E]
SINI02:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at Tung Mahamek Site.
[D]
SINI03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Tung Mahamek Site.
[E]
SINI04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
Chiang Mai Site.
[E]
SINI05:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at Chiang Mai Site.
[D]
SINI06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Chiang Mai Site.
[E]
SINI07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
[E]
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Hat Yai Site.
SINI08:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at Hat Yai Site.
[D]
SINI09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Hat Yai Site.
[E]
SINI10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
Phuket Site.
[E]
SINI11:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at Phuket Site.
[D]
SINI12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Phuket Site.
[E]
SINI13:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
Phitsanulok Site.
[E]
SINI14:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at Phitsanulok Site.
[D]
SINI15:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Phitsanulok Site.
[E]
SINI16:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
Hua Hin Site.
[E]
SINI17:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at Hua Hin Site.
[D]
SINI18:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Hua Hin Site.
[E]
SINI19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
Ubon Ratchathani Site.
[E]
SINI20:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
[D]
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network equipments and related components at Ubon Ratchathani Site.
SINI21:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Ubon Ratchathani Site.
[E]
SINI22:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
Udon Thani Site.
[E]
SINI23:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at Udon Thani Site.
[D]
SINI24:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Udon Thani Site.
[E]
SINI25:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
Surat Thani Site.
[E]
SINI26:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at Surat Thani Site.
[D]
SINI27:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for Surat Thani Site.
[E]
SINI28:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
all Level-I Category Tower Site.
[E]
SINI29:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at all Level-I Category Tower Site.
[D]
SINI30:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for all Level-I Category Tower Site.
[E]
SINI31:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
all Level-II Category Tower Sites.
[E]
SINI32:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at all Level-II Category Tower Sites.
[D]
SINI33:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
[E]
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and related components for all Level-II Category Tower Sites.
SINI34:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems at
all Level-III Category Tower Sites.
[E]
SINI35:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components at all Level-III Category Tower Sites.
[D]
SINI36:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for all Level-III Category Tower Sites.
[E]
SINI37:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for all systems for
all Optional workstations at all sites.
[E]
SINI38:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of
network equipments and related components for all Optional workstations at all
sites.
[D]
SINI39:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of network equipments
and related components for all Optional workstations at all sites.
[E]
SINI40:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the network configuration for support of all
Future Expansion workstations at all sites
[D]
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The Planned Workstation Quantities Submittal
PLQN01: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for NAS.
[E]
PLQN02: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for Air Defense Units.
[E]
PLQN03: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for CMA APP System.
[E]
PLQN04: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for HTY APP System.
[E]
PLQN05: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for PUT APP System.
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PLQN06: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for PSL APP System.
[E]
PLQN07: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for HHN APP System.
[E]
PLQN08: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Level-I Category Tower
Systems.
[E]
PLQN09: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Level-II Category Tower
Systems.
[E]
PLQN10: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Level-III Category Tower
Systems.
[E]
PLQN11: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Optional workstations for
NAS.
[E]
PLQN12: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Optional workstations for all
Level-II Category Tower Systems.
[D]
PLQN13: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Optional workstations for all
Level-III Category Tower Systems.
[D]
PLQN14: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Software for Optional
workstations for NAS.
[D]
PLQN15: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Software for Optional
workstations for all Level-II Category Tower Systems.
[D]
PLQN16: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Software for Optional
workstations for all Level-III Category Tower Systems.
[D]
PLQN17: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Network Equipment for
Optional workstations for NAS.
[D]
PLQN18: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Network Equipment for
Optional workstations for all Level-II Category Tower Systems.
[D]
PLQN19: The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies for all Network Equipment for
[D]
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Optional workstations for all Level-III Category Tower Systems.
PLQN20: The Tenderer shall propose the future expansion capabilities of NAS.
[E]
PLQN21: The Tenderer shall propose the future expansion capabilities of CMA APP System.
[E]
PLQN22: The Tenderer shall propose the future expansion capabilities of HTY APP System.
[E]
PLQN23: The Tenderer shall propose the future expansion capabilities of PUT APP System.
[E]
PLQN24: The Tenderer shall propose the future expansion capabilities of PSL APP System.
[E]
PLQN25: The Tenderer shall propose the future expansion capabilities of HHN APP System.
[E]
PLQN26: The Tenderer shall propose the future expansion capabilities of NAS IBS.
[D]
PLQN27: The Tenderer shall propose the future expansion capabilities of APP IBS.
[D]
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The Voice Communication and Control System (VCCS) Submittal
VCCS01:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the VCCS configuration of the MOPS,
Fallback and CON/TRA at Tung Mahamek site, Chiang Mai site, Hat Yai site,
Phuket site, Phitsanulok site, and Hua Hin site.
[E]
VCCS02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the configuration of radio and telephone lines
connection to all VCCS (MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA) at Tung Mahamek site,
Chiang Mai site, Hat Yai site, Phuket site, Phitsanulok site, and Hua Hin site.
[E]
VCCS03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail an input control principle which manages the
radio and telephone lines of VCCS for the MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA
according to each mode of operation.
[E]
VCCS04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the configuration of the VCCS Workstation
facilities.
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VCCS05:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed TED panel detailing
functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[E]
VCCS06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of RX and TX buttons setting
for each remote radio station on the TED panel.
[E]
VCCS07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the status indication of telephone lines on the
TED panel.
[E]
VCCS08:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed headset/handset
detailing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
VCCS09:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed loudspeaker for
ground-ground and air-ground communication detailing functionalities, capabilities
and benefits.
[D]
VCCS10:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed foot switch
detailing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
VCCS11:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed slave clock
detailing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[E]
VCCS12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the receiver muting capability of radio line
interface module (RLIM) when the transmitter is transmitting.
[E]
VCCS13:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of VCCS Workstation facilities
for radio frequency monitoring.
[E]
VCCS14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the delay time adjustment of the RLIM
(transmit, receive and PTT signal.)
[E]
VCCS15:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the audio level adjustment of the RLIM both
in transmitting and receiving directions.
[D]
VCCS16:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the RLIM capability to interface using digital
format.
[E]
VCCS17:
The Tenderer shall propose a maximum number of radio lines per each RLIM.
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The Tenderer shall propose the main and standby transmitter and receiver
channeling throughout.
[E]
VCCS19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail both quantity and type of telephone line
interface modules (TLIM).
[E]
VCCS20:
The Tenderer shall propose a maximum number of telephone lines per TLIM.
[E]
VCCS21:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the audio level adjustment capability of the
TLIM both in transmitting and receiving directions.
[D]
VCCS22:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed Technical Control
Unit (TCU) detailing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[E]
VCCS23:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the authentication method when the user logs
into the TCU.
[D]
VCCS24:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology of online reconfiguration
from the TCU.
[D]
VCCS25:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all alert/alarm indication methods at TCU,
when VCCS malfunction is detected.
[D]
VCCS26:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability to select/deselect the receivers
and transmitters (main and standby channels.)
[D]
VCCS27:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the status indication of radio lines on the
TED panel.
[E]
VCCS28:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and characteristic of the
interlock between radio transmitter main and standby channels.
[E]
VCCS29:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of the multi-lines radio
transmission/reception at the same time.
[E]
VCCS30:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and characteristic of the radio
function when frequencies in TX or RX modes and the call are being received at the
same time.
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VCCS31:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of audio level control of
loudspeaker.
[D]
VCCS32:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of audio level control of
headset/handset.
[D]
VCCS33:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Receiver Voting function (Best Signal
Selection).
[E]
VCCS34:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of receivers used by Receiver
Voting function.
[E]
VCCS35:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and characteristic of the
automatic selection of transmitter.
[D]
VCCS36:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the interfacing configuration of local radio
stations and remote radio stations with all VCCS (MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA).
[E]
VCCS37:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail both quantity and characteristic of the
provided voice multiplexers which interface the local radio stations and all VCCS
(MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA) at BACC/BAPC via exiting AEROTHAI core
optical fiber facilities.
[E]
VCCS38:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the alarm characteristic of the provided voice
multiplexers for BACC/BAPC.
[E]
VCCS39:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the interfacing system, including
configuration, quantity, characteristic, etc., which interfaces the local radio stations
and all VCCS (MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA) at CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT
APC, PLS APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VCCS40:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the automatic/manual media selection
function capability to use one of three communication media (Digital Data Network
(DDN), satellite and frame relay) at a time.
[E]
VCCS41:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the types of telephone calls that can be made
by telephone buttons.
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VCCS42:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the connection/disconnection operation
principle capability of the DA and IA call.
[D]
VCCS43:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the connection/disconnection operation
signaling tones characteristic of the DA and IA call.
[E]
VCCS44:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the telephone function capability (such as
Hold, Conference, Transfer etc.) and buttons configuration of the DA and IA.
[D]
VCCS45:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Intercom function capability of the
system.
[E]
VCCS46:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the voice page function capability of the
system.
[E]
VCCS47:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and characteristic of the short
time (or term) recording function.
[E]
VCCS48:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and characteristic of ambient
noise recording facility at each VCCS workstation facility.
[E]
VCCS49:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and configuration of the GPS
master clock.
[E]
VCCS50:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the synchronization capability of the GPS
master clock with the voice recorder or other master clocks.
[E]
VCCS51:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the configuration and lay out of the slave
clocks on console.
[D]
VCCS52:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the AC/DC input power capability and
configuration of the central racks.
[E]
VCCS53:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the AC/DC input power capability and
configuration of other equipments.
[E]
VCCS54:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the principle operation between AC power
supply system and DC power supply system of the central racks and other
[D]
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equipment.
VCCS55:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the interfacing configuration between the
VCCS central racks and the main distribution frame (MDF).
[E]
VCCS56:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the configuration and performance of the
lightning protection which is equipped for all radio and telephone lines at the MDF.
[E]
VCCS57:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the inter-connection configuration between
VCCS workstation facilities and the VCCS central racks.
[E]
VCCS58:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Position Record configuration of the
VCCS and the proposed Digital Voice Recorder & Replay System (DVR).
[E]
VCCS59:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Lines Record configuration of the VCCS
and the proposed DVR.
[E]
VCCS60:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to monitor voice
input/output of any interfaces of both telephone and radio communications.
[D]
VCCS61:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and performance of the
fallback VCCS.
[E]
VCCS62:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the VCCS workstations facilities
configuration and inter-connection between main and fallback VCCS.
[E]
VCCS63:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the radio and telephone lines configuration
and inter-connection between main and fallback VCCS.
[E]
VCCS64:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the AC/DC input power capability of the
Fallback VCCS.
[E]
VCCS65:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and performance of the
CON/TRA VCCS.
[E]
VCCS66:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the AC/DC input power capability of the
CON/TRA VCCS.
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VCCS67:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the VCCS workstations facilities
configuration of CON/TRA VCCS.
[E]
VCCS68:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the list of supplies of VCCS and VCCSrelated equipments for MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA at BACC/BAPC, CMA
APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PLS APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VCCS69:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the quantity of 2-Wire telephone set, 2-Wire
Voice Call, PSTN and PABX TLIM for MOPS, Fallback and CON/TRA VCCS at
BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PLS APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VCCS70:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the quantity of 4-Wire RLIM for MOPS,
Fallback and CON/TRA VCCS at BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT
APC, PLS APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VCCS71:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the quantity of E1 RLIM for MOPS, Fallback
and CON/TRA VCCS at BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PLS
APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VCCS72:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the quantity of VoIP RLIM for MOPS,
Fallback and CON/TRA VCCS at BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT
APC, PLS APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VCCS73:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the quantity of headset and handset for
MOPS and CON/TRA VCCS at BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC,
PLS APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VCCS74:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the modification of the existing headsets.
[E]
VCCS75:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the initial spare cards or modules against the
total quantity of cards or modules of MOPS VCCS, Fallback VCCS and CON/TRA
VCCS at BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PLS APC and HHN
APC.
[E]
VCCS76:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the technical manual, which includes, at
minimum complete installation, operation and maintenance instructions.
[E]
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VCCS77:
The Tenderer shall propose the quantity of technical manual both hard and soft
copy for all VCCS at BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PLS APC
and HHN APC.
[D]
VRS01:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capacity of duplex analogue audio
channels to be recorded simultaneously of the recorder units at BACC/BAPC, CMA
APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PLS APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VRS02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the synchronization mechanism between
DVR’s clock and VCCS’s GPS master clock.
[E]
VRS03:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum capacity of the channels expansion of
each recorder units at BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PLS APC
and HHN APC and detail the conditions for the proposed capacity (for example
number of empty slot channels, available space in rack, maximum available power
supply, etc.).
[E]
VRS04:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed recorder units
detailing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
VRS05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the recording during silent period capability
of the recorder units.
[D]
VRS06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and performance of the shortterm media type of the recorder units.
[E]
VRS07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and performance of
simultaneous recording and replay of the recorder units. (such as maximum time
used for query data records in the short-term media, etc.)
[D]
VRS08:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the configuration, type and performance of
the media used for short-term media recording in the recorder units.
[D]
VRS09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the simultaneously recording capability
between archival media type and short-term media type of the recorder units.
[E]
VRS10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the recording capacity (in term of hours of
[E]
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recording) for the archival media of the recorder units without necessitating any
operator involvement.
VRS11:
The Tenderer shall detail the simultaneous retrieval and recording capability of the
recorder units.
[D]
VRS12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the recorded content such as time stamps,
additional data etc. of the recorder units.
[E]
VRS13:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability, capacity and performance of
archival media type of the recorder units.
[E]
VRS14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and configuration of the interconnection between the replay unit and the recorder unit.
[E]
VRS15:
The Tenderer shall propose the number of replay units for BACC/BAPC, CMA
APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PLS APC and HHN APC.
[E]
VRS16:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the replay units detailing
functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
VRS17:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of channels for replaying
simultaneous duplex channels of the replay units.
[E]
VRS18:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of simultaneous duplex channels
for live monitoring of the replay units.
[D]
VRS19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability to duplicate recordings to the
standard analogue recording equipment of the replay units.
[D]
VRS20:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the other type of control to play the recording
media of the replay units.
[D]
VRS21:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the synchronization methodology between
the corresponding output from the Replay feature (REP) and other relevant
recordings capability of the replay units.
[D]
VRS22:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the archival media replay capability at the
[E]
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dedicated replay units.
VRS23:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of the replay units to select any
recording from recorder units.
[E]
VRS24:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the variable playback speed and pitch interval
controller capability of the replay units.
[E]
VRS25:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the DVR supervisor units
detailing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
VRS26:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the operations and parameter settings
capability of the DVR supervisor units.
[E]
VRS27:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all alert/alarm indication methods of the DVR
supervisor units.
[E]
VRS28:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and configuration of AC power
supply of the recorder unit and the DVR supervisor unit.
[E]
VRS29:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the configuration of the Fallback and
CON/TRA DVR.
[E]
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System Functionalities Submittal
SF01:
The Tenderer shall provide the breakdown diagram of all system functionalities and
system capabilities of the proposed following systems: NAS, NAS IBS, APP
Systems, APP IBS, Level-III LTS, Level-III RTS, Level-II LTS, Level-II RTS and
Level-I RTS.
8.1
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SDP01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
MSDP functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP02:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
FSDP functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the surveillance data processing algorithms
used by MSDP and FSDP.
[D]
SDP04:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Surveillance Direct Access functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP05:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Mono-RADAR processing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail type of RADAR, RADAR data format
supported by Mono-RADAR processing of both MSDP and FSDP of the system as
follow:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
 APP MOPS
 APP CON/TRA
 APP IBS
[D]
SDP07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the Mono-RADAR processing.
[D]
SDP08:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail methodology to display Mono-RADAR
information to the ATC.
[D]
SDP09:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Multi-RADAR processing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail type of RADAR, RADAR data format,
maximum number of RADAR input and maximum number of RADAR in an
overlap area that are supported by Multi-RADAR processing of both MSDP and
[D]
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FSDP of the following systems:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
 APP MOPS
 APP CON/TRA
 APP IBS
SDP11:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the maximum number of simultaneous MultiRADAR track that are supported by Multi-RADAR processing of both MSDP and
FSDP of the following systems:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
 APP MOPS
 APP CON/TRA
 APP IBS
[D]
SDP12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
configure the Multi-RADAR processing.
[D]
SDP13:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail methodology to display Multi-RADAR
information to the ATC.
[D]
SDP14:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
ADS-B processing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP15:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology of ADS-B validation
techniques that are used to improve ADS-B track position and altitude.
[D]
SDP16:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the ADS-B data format, the maximum
number of ADS-B ground station that are supported by ADS-B processing of both
MSDP and FSDP of the following systems:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
[D]
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APP MOPS
APP CON/TRA
APP IBS
SDP17:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the maximum number of simultaneous ADSB track supported by ADS-B processing of both MSDP and FSDP of the following
systems:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
 APP MOPS
 APP CON/TRA
 APP IBS
[D]
SDP18:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
configure the ADS-B processing.
[D]
SDP19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail methodology to display ADSB information to the ATC.
[D]
SDP20:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
MLAT/WAM processing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP21:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the MLAT/WAM data format, the maximum
number of MLAT/WAM data input that are supported by MLAT/WAM processing
of both MSDP and FSDP of the following systems:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
 APP MOPS
 APP CON/TRA
 APP IBS
[D]
SDP22:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the maximum number of simultaneous
MLAT/WAM track that are supported by MLAT/WAM processing of both MSDP
and FSDP of the following systems:
[D]
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NAS MOPS
NAS CON/TRA
NAS IBS
APP MOPS
APP CON/TRA
APP IBS
SDP23:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
configure the MLAT/WAM processing.
[D]
SDP24:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail methodology to display MLAT/WAM
information to the ATC.
[D]
SDP25:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Multi-Sensor Fusion processing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP26:
The Tenderer shall propose and the maximum number of simultaneous system track
that are supported by Multi-Sensor Fusion processing of both MSDP and FSDP of
the following systems:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
 APP MOPS
 APP CON/TRA
 APP IBS
[D]
SDP27:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
configure the Multi-Sensor Fusion processing.
[D]
SDP28:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail methodology to display Multi-Sensor Fusion
information to the ATC.
[D]
SDP29:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
weather information processing functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP30:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the weather information data format, the
maximum number of Weather information data input that are supported by Weather
[D]
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information processing of both MSDP and FSDP of the following systems:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
 APP MOPS
 APP CON/TRA
 APP IBS
SDP31:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the maximum number of simultaneous
Graphic RADAR weather picture that are supported by Weather information
processing of both MSDP and FSDP of the system as follow:
 NAS MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA
 NAS IBS
 APP MOPS
 APP CON/TRA
 APP IBS
[D]
SDP32:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
configure the Multi-Sensor Fusion processing.
[D]
SDP33:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail methodology to display Weather information
to the ATC.
[D]
SDP34:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and capability to manage
the redundant surveillance data input of both MSDP and FSDP.
[D]
SDP35:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and capability to detect the
communication problems and/or low quality data.
[D]
SDP36:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
surveillance data input firewall functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP37:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail methodology to analysis and filter out the
incomplete surveillance messages.
[D]
SDP38:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability and notification of plot
[D]
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overloads protection.
SDP39:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of plots per RADAR, per sector
and maximum number of plots per RADAR, per antenna revolution that are used in
plot overloads protection.
[D]
SDP40:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Surveillance blanking areas functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP41:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the surveillance blanking areas.
[D]
SDP42:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the surveillance blanking areas characteristics
and minimum size of surveillance blanking area.
[D]
SDP43:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of surveillance blanking area of
each surveillance sensor.
[D]
SDP44:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the surveillance processing area.
[D]
SDP45:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum size of surveillance processing area.
[D]
SDP46:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Barometric Altitude Correction functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP47:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters to define the
barometric altitude correction.
[D]
SDP48:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of QNH area supported by SDP.
[D]
SDP49:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Altitude Tracking functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP50:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Stereographic Projection functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP51:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Specific codes functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP52:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
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Test Targets Monitoring functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
SDP53:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail type of test targets monitoring that are
supported by SDP.
[D]
SDP54:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of test target monitoring of each
RADAR.
[D]
SDP55:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the test targets monitoring.
[D]
SDP56:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to notify when the test target
position falls out of tolerance.
[D]
SDP57:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
RADAR bias estimation functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP58:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail type of RADAR bias estimation provided to
SDP.
[D]
SDP59:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the RADAR bias estimation.
[D]
SDP60:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Track overload protection functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP61:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to notify when the number
of system tracks reaches the maximum SDP capacity.
[D]
SDP62:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
track cancelation functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP63:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
automatic position report functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP64:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to distribute the “local
track”, “Multi-RADAR track”, “ADS-B track”, “MLAT/WAM track” and “system
track” and specific data to system of both MSDP and FSDP.
[D]
SDP65:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to distribute the system
track coupled with associated flight plan to external system.
[D]
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SDP66:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail methodology and criteria to filter the system
track that are provided to SDP.
[D]
SDP67:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
surveillance data output firewall functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP68:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
surveillance data analysis tools functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SDP69:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to collect all surveillance
data.
[D]
SDP70:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the type of data to be collected by
surveillance data analysis tools.
[D]
SDP71:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of reconfiguration the
surveillance data input/output of SDP.
[D]
SDP72:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail list of provided hardware, accessories, related
software, integration procedure, reference documents, essential software tool(s) and
training course for reconfiguration the surveillance port.
[D]
8.2
Flight Data Processing
FDP01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
FDP functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
FDP02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all sources of flight plan that the FDP can
handle.
[E]
FDP03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the validation of flight plan and flight related
messages.
[E]
FDP04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail how FDP manage the NEW FPL format
2012.
[E]
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FDP05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the checking of duplicated flight plans.
[E]
FDP06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the unique key of flight plan.
[E]
FDP07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the route validation method.
[E]
FDP08:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the use of field 18 information in FDP.
[E]
FDP09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail flight plan trajectory prediction calculation.
[E]
FDP10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Aircraft category characteristics used for
trajectory calculation.
[E]
FDP11:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the conceptual flight state model.
[E]
FDP12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the flight plan progress and control.
[E]
FDP13:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the strip-less operation.
[E]
FDP14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the flight plan and track
association/disassociation.
[E]
FDP15:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the SSR Code Management.
[E]
FDP16:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all types of flight clearance that the FDP can
support.
[E]
FDP17:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the creating and defining the airspace
structure and sectorization in the FDP database.
[E]
FDP18:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the flight plan posting rule and condition.
[E]
FDP19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail how the FDP define and configure FUA.
[E]
FDP20:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the flight data distribution.
[E]
FDP21:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the inter-sector coordination.
[E]
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The Tenderer shall propose and detail the AIDC coordination.
[E]
FDP23:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the flexible role management.
[E]
FDP24:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the database organization and management
in the FDP.
[E]
FDP25:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the configuration tool for FDP database
management.
[E]
8.3
Safety Net
SAFE01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Safety Nets functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SAFE02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all information used to improve the Safety
Nets.
[D]
SAFE03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to enable and/or disable
each Safety Nets feature.
[E]
SAFE04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to prevent unauthorized
user to enable and/or disable each Safety Nets feature.
[E]
SAFE05:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
safety nets data analysis tools functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SAFE06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to collect all safety nets
data.
[D]
SAFE07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the type of data to be collected by safety nets
analysis tools.
[D]
SAFE08:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
[D]
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Short Term Conflict Alert (STCA) functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
SAFE09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to detect and notify to the
ATC in preventing collision on the potential infringement and actual infringement
between aircraft.
[D]
SAFE10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the separation standards of potential
infringement and actual infringement.
[D]
SAFE11:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the STCA volume of airspace and separation in their airspace.
[D]
SAFE12:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of STCA volumes of airspace
that can be defined.
[D]
SAFE13:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of STCA volumes of airspace
that can be activated simultaneously.
[D]
SAFE14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology of STCA to process the
aircraft’s RVSM status whether or not the aircraft are in the RVSM airspace.
[D]
SAFE15:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to inhibit STCA alerts for
the predefined STCA volumes of airspace or individual flights to suppress
unnecessary alerts.
[D]
SAFE16:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (MSAW) functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SAFE17:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to detect and notify to the
ATC about increased risk of controlled flight into terrain and/or obstacles.
[D]
SAFE18:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define terrain, obstacles, MSAW volumes of airspace and look-ahead time in their
airspace.
[D]
SAFE19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail how the MSAW operates in case of system
degradation (e.g. unavailability of one or more RADAR/ADS-B stations).
[D]
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SAFE20:
The Tenderer shall propose the minimum size (resolution) of MSAW volume of
airspace supported by MSAW.
[D]
SAFE21:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of MSAW volume of airspace
that can be defined.
[D]
SAFE22:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of MSAW volumes of airspace
that can be activated simultaneously.
[D]
SAFE23:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to inhibit MSAW alerts for
predefined MSAW volumes of airspace or individual flights to suppress
unnecessary alerts.
[D]
SAFE24:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Area Proximity Warning (APW) functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
SAFE25:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to detect and notify to the
ATC when an aircraft is, or is predicted to be, flying into APW volumes of airspace.
[D]
SAFE26:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameter used to
define APW volumes of airspace, activation time and look-ahead time in their
airspace both off-line and on-line.
[D]
SAFE27:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail how the APW operates in case of system
degradation (e.g. unavailability of one or more RADAR/ADS-B stations).
[D]
SAFE28:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of APW volumes of airspace that
can be defined.
[D]
SAFE29:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of APW volumes of airspace that
can be activated simultaneously.
[D]
SAFE30:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to inhibit APW alerts for
predefined APW volumes of airspace or individual flights to suppress unnecessary
alerts.
[D]
SAFE31:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
[D]
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Approach Path Monitoring (APM) functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
SAFE32:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to detect and notify to the
ATC when an aircraft is, or is predicted to be, flying into an Approach Path
Monitoring area (APM volume of airspace) with a heading within an adapted range.
[D]
SAFE33:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define APM volumes of airspace.
[D]
SAFE34:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail how the APM perform for both precision and
non-precision instrument approaches.
[D]
SAFE35:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to inhibit APM alerts for the
predefined the APM volume of airspace or individual flights to suppress
unnecessary alerts.
[D]
8.4
Monitoring Aids
MONA01: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
monitoring aids (MONA) functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
MONA02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all information used to improve the MONA.
[D]
MONA03: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to enable and/or disable
each MONA feature.
[D]
MONA04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to prevent unauthorized
user to enable and/or disable each MONA feature.
[D]
MONA05: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
conformance monitoring functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
MONA06: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all types of trajectory used by MONA.
[E]
MONA07: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all types of conformance monitoring
[E]
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provided by MONA.
MONA08: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
lateral conformance monitoring functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
MONA09: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the tolerance of lateral conformance monitoring in the airspace and/or routes.
[D]
MONA10: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to temporarily suspend the
lateral conformance monitoring for aircraft notified as under control.
[D]
MONA11: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
longitudinal conformance monitoring functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
MONA12: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define difference of the time estimates on a coordination point of the routes.
[D]
MONA13: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
vertical conformance monitoring functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
MONA14: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the tolerance of vertical conformance monitoring in the airspace and/or
routes.
[D]
MONA15: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to temporarily suspend the
vertical conformance monitoring for aircraft notified as under control.
[D]
MONA16: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to detect and notify the
deviation of the aircraft from their clearances to the ATC.
[D]
MONA17: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
progress monitoring functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
MONA18: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to update trajectory to
reflect the actual progress of the aircraft.
[D]
MONA19: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
automatic reminders functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
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MONA20: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to remind the routine
actions to the ATC.
8.5
[D]
Medium-Term Conflict Detection
MTCD01: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
MTCD functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
MTCD02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the MTCD parameters.
[D]
MTCD03: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology of MTCD to detect and
notify to the ATC in the probable loss of the required separation between aircraft
based on tactical based encounters.
[D]
MTCD04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology of MTCD to detect and
notify to the ATC in the probable loss of the required separation between aircraft
based on plan based encounters.
[D]
MTCD05: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to detect and notify to the
ATC when aircraft penetrating segregated or otherwise restricted airspace.
[D]
8.6
Airspace Organization and Management
AOM01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
AOM functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
AOM02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support airspace
organization or airspace structures.
[D]
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AOM03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support dynamic and
flexible airspace management.
[D]
AOM04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support three levels of
airspace management (Strategic, Pre-tactical and Tactical).
[D]
8.7
Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA) Coordination
FUA01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
FUA functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
FUA02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support the classification
of any airspace.
[D]
FUA03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support Flexible airspace
configuration using traffic flows, airspace restrictions, runway configuration at
airports, etc.
[D]
FUA04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support usage of Flexible
airspace such as the conditions for transfer of the airspace, the periods of
availability of the airspace, etc.
[D]
FUA05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support on-line
redefinition and presentation of sectors including opening and closing.
[D]
8.8
Demand and Capacity Balancing
DCB01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
DCB functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
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DCB02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support information to
the airspace users for mitigating conflicting needs for airspace and aerodrome
capacity.
[D]
DCB03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support information to
the airspace user in the three stages (Strategic, Pre-tactical and Tactical).
[D]
8.9
Air Traffic Flow Management
ATFM01: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing [D]
ATFM functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
ATFM02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support information [D]
where demand exceeds the sector capacity.
ATFM03: The Tenderer shall propose the range of the look-ahead time of predicted traffic.
[D]
ATFM04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support information for [D]
each sector within the selected look ahead time such as Number of flights per hour
(Transit, ARR and DEP) and Traffic Load Window.
ATFM05: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support information the [D]
Pre-tactical activities (research, planning and coordination).
ATFM06: The Tenderer shall propose the number of day that the function can provide Pre- [D]
tactical activities information.
ATFM07: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support sector capacity [D]
configuration in various conditions, e.g. weather, staffing and equipment
serviceability.
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Traffic Synchronization
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing TS [D]
functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
Arrival Manager
AMAN01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing [D]
AMAN functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
AMAN02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of the provide functions to [D]
support the sequencing in order to advices controllers enhance the orderly flow of
traffic based on the first-come first-served principle.
AMAN03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of the provide functions to [D]
support the scheduling in order to advices controllers enhance the orderly flow of
traffic based on the first-come first-served principle.
AMAN04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of the provide functions to [D]
support optimisation (minimum overall average delay) of sequencing and
scheduling.
AMAN05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology of sequencing, scheduling [D]
and optimization calculations
AMAN06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functions which support minimum as [D]
following;
 sequencing in the multi-airport, multi-runway configuration
 maximum number of aircraft at each holding locations
 manual adjustment of the flow rate
 manual change of the runway in use/closure
 insert a flight with aircraft identification into the sequence
 removal reserved arrival slots in the event of changing aerodrome
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conditions.
AMAN07:
8.12
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the HMI functions which support minimum [D]
as following;
 display sequence number of AMAN in full data block track label
 graphical time-line views of relevant calculated sequences and schedules
of arrival flight
 displays within the flight list, flight data block and flight data list
components
 landing/departure sequence displays for all runways
 AMAN report in various standard format such as Excel, XML format.
Departure Manager
DMAN01: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
departure manager functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
DMAN02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the DMAN parameters.
[D]
DMAN03: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to help aerodrome control
to build an optimized departure sequence issue in accordance with departure
demand and capacity.
[D]
DMAN04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to improve departure flows
at one or more airports.
[D]
DMAN05: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to adjust the plan which
supports the tactical handling of departures to aerodrome control.
[D]
DMAN06: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to support the runways in
mixed mode operations.
[D]
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Controller Pilot Data Link Communication
CPDL01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
CPDLC functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
CPDL02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the CPDLC parameters.
[D]
CPDL03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all message sets that are supported by
CPDLC function.
[D]
CPDL04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all CPDLC functionalities that are supported
the controller pilot data link communication.
[D]
CPDL05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the free text capability to exchange
information.
[E]
CPDL06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the auxiliary capability in order to forward a
CPDLC message to another ground system.
[E]
8.14
Air Situation Recording and Replay
REC01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
recording and replay functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
REC02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the graphical user interfaces for recording
and replay functions.
[D]
REC03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all data that are recorded by recording
function with the purpose of recalled for replay and/or offline analysis.
[E]
REC04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail types of record disk that are used by record
servers with the purpose of preventing loss of data during the recording, replaying
[E]
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and archiving media processes.
REC05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to manage and report status [E]
of record function as follow:
 Normal situation;
 One of record disk fails;
 One of record server fails; and
 No archive media mounted in the unit.
REC06:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of days in one retention period
of record disk without overwritten by the new data.
[E]
REC07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology and parameters used to
define the recording parameters.
[E]
REC08:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of CWS that can be replayed
and managed by replay function simultaneously.
[E]
REC09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all condition for the retrieval of recorded
data that are supported by replay function.
[E]
REC10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail replay mode that are supported by replay
function.
[E]
REC11:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capabilities of replay control that are
provided by replay function.
[E]
REC12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to synchronize REP with
DVR (Digital Voice Recorder).
[E]
REC13:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of audio channels that can be
selected by replay function.
[D]
REC14:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum deviation time of synchronization
between data and voice.
[E]
REC15:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of audio track that can be
selected by replay function.
[D]
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REC16:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the replay speeds that are suitable for replay
function.
[E]
REC17:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the specific tool for screen image capture.
[E]
REC18:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the specific tool for exporting short period
replay.
[E]
REC19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all type of archive media for the purpose of
record and replay data, including export short period replay.
[E]
8.15
Data Analysis
DAAN01: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Data Analysis functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
DAAN02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the facility to collect the recorded data and
make them available for statistic and analysis.
[D]
DAAN03: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all statistical and analytical data that are
created by data analysis function.
[D]
DAAN04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all format of reports that are created by data
analysis function.
[E]
DAAN05: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the facility to view the statistical data report
and analytical data report.
[D]
DAAN06: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to create reports.
[E]
DAAN07: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the specific tools that are used for in depth
inspection such as Safety Nets analysis, etc.
[D]
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Aeronautical Information Management
AIM01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing [D]
Aeronautical Information Management functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
AIM02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all Aeronautical Information that are [D]
provided/supported to ATC.
AIM03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the specific software tools for management of [D]
information with the purpose of preparing the aeronautical information to ATC.
AIM04:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing the [D]
specific software tools functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
AIM05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all aeronautical information that are provided [D]
by specific software tools.
AIM06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all aeronautical information that are received [D]
from AFTN/ATN/Other System.
AIM07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the AIM’s capability and functionalities that [D]
are provided to ATC.
8.17
Time Management
TIME01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing [D]
Time Management functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
TIME02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the conceptual diagram of time [E]
synchronization, protocol and standard date/time format that are used for
synchronize time.
TIME03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology of Time Management in [E]
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order to synchronize time with time source of the system as follow:
 NAS MOPS, APP MOPS
 NAS CON/TRA, APP CON/TRA
 NAS IBS, APP IBS
 LTS
 RTS
TIME04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the accuracy of time over any 24 hours period
in the event of time source failed.
8.18
CWS HMI
CWS01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
CWS HMI functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
CWS02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Individual CWS HMI configuration which
based on the operator’s role, login permissions, preferences and the sectorization
plan.
[E]
CWS03:
The Tenderer shall verify that the characteristic of CWS HMI meet standardization
of “Luminance and Contrast” and “Visual Displays”.
[E]
CWS04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail CWS HMI traffic situation presentation.
[E]
CWS05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail CWS HMI Traffic Situation Presentation
which relevant to each operator role.
[E]
CWS06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Number of Traffic Situation Presentation.
[E]
CWS07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Main Traffic Situation window presentation
[E]
CWS08:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Inset Traffic Situation window presentation.
[E]
CWS09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all windows on CWS HMI.
[E]
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CWS10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the transparent or opaque windows.
[E]
CWS11:
In order to avoid hidden windows, the Tenderer shall propose and detail the
indicator to inform what windows are obstructed.
[D]
CWS12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail ATC tools on CWS HMI.
[D]
CWS13:
The Tenderer shall propose and explain all visual and audio alerts as follows.
 Hierarchical of alerts
 Distinguish of higher and lower priority of alerts
[E]
CWS14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the number of different color palette of CWS
HMI.
[D]
CWS15:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the color configuration of CWS HMI
[E]
CWS16:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all available quick keys
[E]
CWS17:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to configure quick keys.
[E]
CWS18:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Map contents.
[E]
CWS19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail online and offline Map configuration.
[E]
CWS20:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the suitable tools for Map drawing and
creation.
[E]
CWS21:
The Tenderer shall propose a maximum number of maps that can present on CWS
HMI.
[D]
CWS22:
The Tenderer shall propose maximum temporary maps that can be created and
stored on each CWS HMI.
[D]
CWS23:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail track presentation position symbols
[D]
CWS24:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail history trail of track/plot.
[D]
CWS25:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail leader line.
[D]
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CWS26:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail predicted track vector.
[D]
CWS27:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Full Data blocks.
[D]
CWS28:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Limited Data blocks
[D]
CWS29:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail control panels.
[D]
CWS30:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail geographical reroute HMI.
[D]
CWS31:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail electronic strip field.
[D]
CWS32:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail electronic strip presentation.
[D]
CWS33:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Flight data Entry Interaction.
[D]
CWS34:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Flight data list windows.
[E]
CWS35:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the intensity adjustment of the graphical and
tabular items displayed on CWS HMI.
[E]
CWS36:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Meteorological Information Presentation.
[E]
CWS37:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Aeronautical Information Presentation
[E]
CWS38:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Paged Information Presentation.
[E]
CWS39:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail operational status of the system.
[E]
CWS40:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail both on line and offline of CWS HMI
configuring tool as follows:
 layout of push-buttons/menus/Electronic Strip
 definition of the maps
 default range and offset
 definition and layout of the plot and track labels
 preferences and manipulation of jurisdiction
[E]
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FDO HMI
FDO01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
FDO HMI functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
FDO02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail flight data list HMI.
[D]
FDO03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail managing ATS messages and flight plan data
to ensure flight data correctness and completeness of each flight plan for smooth
transition of flight progress.
[D]
FDO04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail free text input concerning individual flight
plans to display in relevant Flight Data Block, Electronic Flight Strip and Flight
Data List.
[D]
FDO05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail managing specific dynamic aeronautical data
by modification, creation and cancellation of the data as appropriate.
[D]
FDO06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology of managing weather data
including, at least, meteorological messages.
[D]
FDO07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology for the operator to retrieve
desired flight plans.
[D]
FDO08:
The Tenderer shall propose the capability to print, at least, flight plan data, flight
plan history, aeronautical data and meteorological data onto a printer.
[E]
8.20
Data Set Management
DSM01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Data Set Management functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
DSM02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to prevent unauthorized
user access to data set management facility.
[E]
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DSM03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to prevent inconsistent
static environment data that are used by many functions (e.g. CWS’s Maps, FDP,
and Monitoring Aids).
[E]
DSM04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail list of provided hardware, accessories, related
software, integration procedure, reference documents, essential software tool(s) and
training course for reconfiguration the data set/system parameters.
[D]
DSM05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all data set that are supported by data set
management.
[D]
DSM06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the facility to manage the data set which
provided to data set management function.
[E]
DSM07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the facility for import the aeronautical data
from external system in AIXM messages format.
[D]
DSM08:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all aeronautical data that are imported from
external system.
[D]
DSM09:
The Tenderer shall propose version of AIXM message format which supported by
data set management function.
[D]
DSM10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the facility to backup and restore data set
to/from archive media.
[E]
DSM11:
The Tenderer shall propose type of archive media that are supported with the
purpose of backup and restore the data set.
[E]
DSM12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the map editor’s features and functionalities
in order to create/edit all aeronautical maps.
[E]
DSM13:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all aeronautical maps that are supported by
map generator.
[D]
DSM14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the facility and methodology to upload data
set to all related systems/functions.
[E]
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The Tenderer shall propose and detail the facility and methodology to activate the
new data set.
8.21
Network Management System
NMS01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
NMS functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
NMS02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of all functions in NMS
application that are provided, including at a minimum:
 network resource monitoring
 routes analytics
 Network configuration management
 fault management
 performance management
[E]
NMS03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the NMS application in order to enhance
management of network equipments/resources such as network switches and
routers, etc.
[E]
8.22
Control and Monitoring System
CMS01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
CMS functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
CMS02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all system control capabilities of CMS,
including at a minimum:
 Manual redundant servers switchover,
 Manual redundant external input switchover;
[E]
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Inhibit, exhibit data line inputs;
Manual Start, Stop function.
CMS03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all system monitoring capabilities of CMS,
including at a minimum:
 Functions status such as SDP,FDP, etc.;
 External interfaces status including channel in used, channel problem, etc.;
 Internal network status including network equipment such as switches,
router, etc.;
 GPS time server status and time synchronization status; and
 Performance Monitoring such as CPU, Memory, Storage, Network
utilization, etc.
[E]
CMS04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the following capability of CMS
 Alarm indication methods;
 Type of network management protocols;
 The method to keep log files and duration period for keeping log files
available.
[E]
CMS05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail authorization levels available for access to
the different CMS function sets and configuration methods for those levels.
[D]
8.23
Contingency/Training System
COTA01: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
CON/TRA in Contingency mode functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
COTA02: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functional capabilities of NAS CON/TRA
in Contingency mode in comparison to NAS MOPS functional capabilities.
[E]
COTA03: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the functional capabilities of each APP
CON/TRA in Contingency mode in comparison to its corresponding APP MOPS
functional capabilities.
[E]
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COTA04: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to synchronize all
information between NAS CON/TRA and NAS MOPS.
[E]
COTA05: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to synchronize all
information between each APP CON/TRA and its corresponding APP MOPS.
[E]
COTA06: The Tenderer shall propose the software version of NAS CON/TRA in Contingency
mode software in comparison to NAS MOPS software.
[E]
COTA07: The Tenderer shall propose the software version of each APP CON/TRA in
Contingency mode software in comparison to its corresponding APP MOPS
software.
[E]
COTA08: The Tenderer shall propose and detail the methodology to reconfigure the
CON/TRA from the Training mode to Contingency mode, and vice versa.
[E]
COTA09: The Tenderer shall propose the usage time to reconfigure the CON/TRA from the
Training mode to Contingency mode, and vice versa.
[E]
TRA01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
CON/TRA in Training mode functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
TRA02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of games feature in the
CON/TRA in Training mode.
[E]
TRA03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of session feature in the
CON/TRA in Training mode.
[E]
TRA04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the capability of exercise feature in the
CON/TRA in Training mode.
[E]
TRA05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the TEG capability, including at a minimum:
 Maximum number of Flight that TEG can create ;
 Maximum number of Flight plan messages that TEG create;
 Detail of Aeronautical information data that TEG can handle;
 Maximum type of Wind and Weather data that TEG can create;
 Maximum number of Aircraft simulation that TEG can handle;
[E]
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Maximum number and type of Surveillance data that TEG can simulate.
Maximum number of CPDLC message that TEG can create ;
Time management.
Maximum types of Report generation and their detail.
TRA06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the PSP functions and capabilities.
[E]
TRA07:
The Tenderer shall propose maximum number of flights each PSP can assume.
[E]
TRA08:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the TMC capability including, at a minimum,
session management, game management, exercise management and CWS grouping.
[E]
TRA09:
The Tenderer shall propose maximum number of exercises that can be run
simultaneously by TMC.
[E]
TRA10:
The Tenderer shall propose maximum number of TRN positions that can to run per
one exercise.
[E]
TRA11:
The Tenderer shall propose maximum number of PSP positions that can be run per
one exercise.
[E]
8.24
Computer Based Training Software
CBT01:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Computer Based Training Software
(CBT) for the learner to understand the functional features, capabilities and usage of
TMCS.
[D]
CBT02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the course contents of CBT and learner group
for each course.
[D]
CBT03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the training record management feature and
performance.
[D]
CBT04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the security management features of CBT.
[D]
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The Tenderer shall propose and detail the procedure or solution to organize the
training course (for example classroom solution and/or self-learning solution –
online/offline).
[D]
CBT06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the training assessment features of the CBT.
[D]
CBT07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the web-based of CBT.
[D]
CBT08:
The Tenderer shall propose the maximum number of simultaneous users supported
by CBT.
[D]
CBT09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the hardware configuration best suited for
CBT.
[D]
8.25
Tower Surveillance Data Processing
TSDP01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
TSDP functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
TSDP02:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
SUF features
[E]
TSDP03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the combination algorithm of data from
several sources to provide a single target.
[E]
TSDP04:
The Tenderer shall propose the update time range used for Track identification.
[E]
TSDP05:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the format of data output of SUF.
[E]
TSDP06:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
COF features.
[E]
TSDP07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all types of automatic conflict detection and
alerting.
[E]
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TSDP08:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail of all scenarios of Runway Incursions.
[E]
TSDP09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail of all scenarios of Taxiway Conflicts.
[E]
TSDP10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail of all scenarios of Area Conflicts.
[E]
TSDP11:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail of all scenarios of Special Conflicts.
[E]
TSDP12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all alert/alarm indication methods, when COF
detects a conflict situation.
[E]
TSDP13:
The Tenderer shall propose the update time range of conflict alerts.
[E]
TSDP14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail all the parameters used for conflict alert
detection.
[E]
8.26
Tower Flight Data Processing
TFDP01:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
TFDP functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
TFDP02:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Data Management and Update features.
[E]
TFDP03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail how the TFDP transfer the aircraft to FDP.
[E]
TFDP04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the coordination between TFDP and FDP.
[E]
TFDP05:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Runway Determination feature.
[E]
TFDP06:
When the departure or arrival runway for a given flight changed, the Tenderer shall
propose and detail the affected time-related information items and SID/STAR.
[E]
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TFDP07:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Correlation with Surveillance data features.
[E]
TFDP08:
The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
SSR code assignment and management features.
[E]
8.27
Tower Controller Workstation (T-CWS)
TCWS01: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing TCWS functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[D]
TCWS02: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
ASD functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[E]
TCWS03: In case of the servers fail, The Tenderer shall propose how the ASD present the
actual traffic situation.
[E]
TCWS04: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Track presentation of ASD.
[E]
TCWS05: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Label presentation of ASD.
[E]
TCWS06: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
GSD functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[E]
TCWS07: In case of the servers fail, The Tenderer shall propose how the GSD present the
actual ground traffic situation.
[E]
TCWS08: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
configuration of multiple-view layout, pop up views and pre-selected area features.
[E]
TCWS09: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
tools to operators to re-arrangement of the screen, Switching map overlays,
[E]
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Bearing/Distance line.
TCWS10: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Track presentation of GSD.
[E]
TCWS11: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Label presentation of GSD.
[E]
TCWS12: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
display customization features.
[E]
TCWS13: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
FDD functionalities and features.
[E]
TCWS14: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
bays presentation.
[E]
TCWS15: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
tools of flight data management and update.
[E]
TCWS16: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
type of strip bay.
[E]
TCWS17: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all data contain in Tower Electronic Flight
Strip (TEFS) and how to configure the data.
[E]
TCWS18: The Tenderer shall propose and detail all display formats for the TEFS.
[E]
TCWS19: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
how to change state of the FPL.
[E]
TCWS20: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
handwriting features.
[E]
TCWS21: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Free Text Insert (FTI) features.
[E]
TCWS22: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
notification display.
[E]
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TCWS23: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
auxiliary data display.
[E]
TCWS24: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
Runway in use management features.
[E]
TCWS25: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
FDD degraded mode features.
[E]
TCWS26: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing
grouping / re-grouping of the role features.
[E]
TCWS27: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing TDSM functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[E]
TCWS28: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing TNMS functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[E]
TCWS29: The Tenderer shall provide product description of the proposed system detailing TCMS functionalities, capabilities and benefits.
[E]
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Technical Characteristic Submittal
9.1
WRKC01:
Workstations Characteristic
The Tenderer shall propose the technical specifications data of the Workstationgrade Computers that are provided for Type A Workstation including all attached
devices which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features
 Brand and Model;
 CPU performance;
 type and capacity of Memory;
 Graphic card;
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Network interface card; and
Mean Time Between Failure value of each component.
WRKC02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Power supply of the Workstation-grade
Computers that are provided for Type A Workstation.
[E]
WRKC03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail The Main LCD Monitor of Type A
Workstation which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model; and
 Technical specification data details.
[E]
WRKC04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail The Extended LCD Monitor of Type A
Workstation which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model; and
 Technical specification data details.
[E]
WRKC05:
The Tenderer shall propose the technical specifications data of the Workstationgrade Computers that are provided for Type B Workstation including all attached
devices which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features
 Brand and Model;
 CPU performance;
 type and capacity of Memory;
 Graphic card;
 Network interface card; and
 Mean Time Between Failure value of each component.
[E]
WRKC06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Power supply of the Workstation-grade
Computers that are provided for Type B Workstation.
[E]
WRKC07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail The LCD Monitor of Type B Workstation
which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model; and
 Technical specification data details.
[E]
WRKC08:
The Tenderer shall propose the technical specifications data of the Workstationgrade Computers that are provided for Type C Workstation including all attached
devices which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features
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Brand and Model;
CPU performance;
type and capacity of Memory;
Graphic card;
Network interface card; and
Mean Time Between Failure value of each component.
WRKC09:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Power supply of the Workstation-grade
Computers that are provided for Type C Workstation.
[E]
WRKC10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail The LCD Monitor of Type C Workstation
which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model; and
 Technical specification data details.
[E]
WRKC11:
The Tenderer shall propose the technical specifications data of the Workstationgrade Computers that are provided for Type D Workstation including all attached
devices which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features
 Brand and Model;
 CPU performance;
 type and capacity of Memory;
 Graphic card;
 Network interface card; and
 Mean Time Between Failure value of each component.
[E]
WRKC12:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Power supply of the Workstation-grade
Computers that are provided for Type D Workstation.
[E]
WRKC13:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail The LCD Monitor of Type D Workstation
which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model; and
 Technical specification data details.
[E]
INPD01:
The Tenderer shall propose the detail of input and pointing devices characteristic
of workstation.
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[E]
SRVC01:
The Tenderer shall propose the technical specifications data of the provided Server
Computers including all attached devices which specifies, at minimum, the
following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model;
 CPU performance;
 type, performance, and capacity of Memory;
 Network interface card;
 Power Supply;
 type, performance, capacity of Storage device; and
 Mean Time Between Failure value of each component.
9.3
Printers
PRNT01:
The Tenderer shall propose the List of supply of the printers that are provided.
[E]
PRNT02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Networked Color Laser printers which
specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model; and
 Technical specification data details.
[E]
9.4
Console
CONS01: The Tenderer shall propose the List of supply of console and seats, to support the
operation in Operational partition, CON/TRA partition of BACC/BAPC, CMA
APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PSL APC, HHN APC and LTS/RTS.
[E]
CONS02: The Tenderer shall propose the conceptual design for each type of consoles that
showing all design details, dimensions, colour scheme and materials to be used for
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CONS03: The Tenderer shall propose the conceptual design of console layout arrangement of
each room of the operation in Operational partition, CON/TRA partition of
BACC/BAPC, CMA APC, HTY APC, PUT APC, PSL APC, HHN APC and
LTS/RTS.
[D]
CONS04: The Tenderer shall propose and describe in detail the specific characteristics of each
type of console as follows;
 Heat ventilation;
 Console Illumination;
 Power distribution unit;
 Equipment Housing and cabinet;
 Material & Color; and
 Noise attenuation characteristic.
[D]
9.5
Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM)
RAMA01:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the RAM predictions and analysis for the
proposed system.
[E]
RAMA02:
The Tenderer shall provide detail design of the system that will be continuously
operated to meet the RAM values.
[E]
RAMA03:
The Tenderer shall provide the duration for each running step of the operating and
application software installed in all servers and workstations from cold (i.e.
switched-off)/ warm (restart) to full system capabilities are available.
[E]
RAMA04:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the RAM monitoring for each system.
[E]
RAMA05:
The Tenderer shall provide the MTTR of each type of proposed equipment units.
[E]
RAMA06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the availability of the proposed system.
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Performance and Capacity
SPFC01:
The Tenderer shall identify the System Performance and Capacity of the proposed
system including at least the following items.
 Maximum System Coverage Area;
 Maximum Height;
 Maximum number of Received plots per scan per radar;
 Maximum number of Concurrent System Tracks;
 Maximum number of Concurrent System Flight Plans in all states;
 Display Range;
 Maximum Number of tracks displayable in Situation Display; and
 Maximum number of Display Graphic Maps.
[E]
SPFC02:
The Tenderer shall identify the Maximum response time on commands to execution
completed at CWS and T-CWS.
[E]
SPFC03:
The Tenderer shall identify the Maximum response time on commands to execution
completed involve flight plan handling (e.g. route modification) at CWS and TCWS.
[E]
SPFC04:
The Tenderer shall identify the maximum time required for complete system startup from cold (i.e. switched-off) to full system capabilities are available.
[E]
SPFC05:
The Tenderer shall identify the maximum time required for automatic switchover of
a failed component of the radar processing chain (radar interfaces equipments and
tracking processors).
[E]
SPFC06:
The Tenderer shall identify the maximum time required in case of automatic
switchover of any other failed component to its standby.
[D]
SPFC07:
The Tenderer shall identify the maximum time required to configure a workstation,
already powered-up and allocated to operational mission, for operation at a sector.
[E]
SPFC08:
The Tenderer shall identify the maximum time required for complete start-up of a
CWS from a powered-off state to complete operation at a sector.
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DESP01:
The Tenderer shall propose and describe in detail of the maximum memory usage
and CPU usage of each Server and Workstation-grade computer whilst providing
the maximum capacity.
[E]
DESP02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail Database Management system used in the
provided systems.
[D]
DESP03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the provided Operating System of Server and
Workstation-grade computer.
[E]
DESP04:
The Tenderer shall specify the rate of transmission of Ethernet frames (100 Mbps,
1000 Mbps, etc.) of all equipments (servers, workstation-grade computer, network
equipment, etc.) for the proposed system.
[E]
DESP05:
The Tenderer shall propose and describe in detail of each Networking equipment
and Interface devices which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model;
 Technical specification data details.
 Power Supply; and
 Mean Time Between Failure value.
[E]
DESP06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the Time Reference System configuration
and describe the Time synchronization methodology for the MOPS, CON/TRA,
IBS and external systems.
[E]
DESP07:
The Tenderer shall propose and describe in detail of Time Reference equipment
which specifies, at minimum, the following aspects/features:
 Brand and Model;
 Technical specification data details.
 Power Supply; and
 Mean Time Between Failure value.
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Uninterrupted Power Supply
UPS01:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Tung Mahamek Site.
[E]
UPS02:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the connection between metro electric/engine
to the UPS at Tung Mahamek Site.
[E]
UPS03:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Tung Mahamek Site.
[E]
UPS04:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for Tung Mahamek Site.
[E]
UPS05:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Tung Mahamek
Site.
[D]
UPS06:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Chiang Mai Site.
[E]
UPS07:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Chiang Mai Site.
[E]
UPS08:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for Chiang Mai Site.
[E]
UPS09:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Chiang Mai Site.
[D]
UPS10:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Hat Yai Site.
[E]
UPS11:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Hat Yai Site.
[E]
UPS12:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
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components for Hat Yai Site.
UPS13:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Hat Yai Site.
[D]
UPS14:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Phuket Site.
[E]
UPS15:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Phuket Site.
[E]
UPS16:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for Phuket Site.
[E]
UPS17:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Phuket Site.
[D]
UPS18:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Phitsanulok Site.
[E]
UPS19:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Phitsanulok Site.
[E]
UPS20:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for Phitsanulok Site.
[E]
UPS21:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Phitsanulok Site.
[D]
UPS22:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Hua Hin Site.
[E]
UPS23:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Hua Hin Site.
[E]
UPS24:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for Hua Hin Site.
[E]
UPS25:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
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systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Hua Hin Site.
UPS26:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Samui Airport Site.
[E]
UPS27:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Samui Airport Site.
[E]
UPS28:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for Samui Airport Site.
[E]
UPS29:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Samui Airport
Site.
[D]
UPS30:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Udon Thani Airport Site.
[E]
UPS31:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Udon Thani Airport Site.
[E]
UPS32:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for Udon Thani Airport Site.
[E]
UPS33:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Udon Thani
Airport Site.
[D]
UPS34:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for all
systems at Nakhon Si Thamarat Airport Site.
[E]
UPS35:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at Nakhon Si Thamarat Airport Site.
[E]
UPS36:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for Nakhon Si Thamarat Airport Site.
[E]
UPS37:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
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systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at Nakhon Si
Thamarat Airport Site.
UPS38:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the UPS configuration best suited for systems
at all Level-II Airport Sites.
[E]
UPS39:
The Tenderer shall propose and detail the wiring diagram from UPS to equipments
at all Level-II Airport Sites.
[E]
UPS40:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of supplies of UPS equipments and related
components for all Level-II Airport Sites.
[E]
UPS41:
The Tenderer shall provide product description/Technical Characteristics of UPS
systems, Static Transfer Switch, and other related components at all Level-II
Airport Sites.
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Other Qualifications
Tenderers are requested to submit their responses in four (4) categories. Each category shall
be detailed as per the format and enclosing the supporting documents listed in the format.
1
Details of the Organization
Detail of the Organization
Name
Nature of business (b)
Date of Commencement of
Business (a)
Address of the Headquarters
Other Relevant Information
Supporting Documents:
a) Certificate of Incorporation
b) Relevant sections of Memorandum of Association of the
company or filings to the stock exchanges to indicate the nature
of business of the company
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Financial Strength Details
Tenderer shall provide only details in air traffic management business.
Financial Information
201110
201009
200908
200807
200706
Revenue
Profit Before Tax
Other Relevant Information
Supporting Documents:
a) Auditor Certified financial statements for the Last five financial years as
on financial year 2012; (Please include only the sections on P&L, revenue and
the assets, not the entire balance sheet. )
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Proof of Project Experiences
The Tenderer shall provide a details of a proven track record of directly responsible for a
successful implemention of project in the provision of system for air traffic management
in the last 5 years as on 1st January 2011 as per project.
Project Past Experience (as per project)
General Project Information:
Name of the project
Client for which the project was executed
Name and contact details of the client
Project Details
Description of the project
Summary details of the scope
of the project shall be
provided (which are part of
evaluation criteria).
Scope of services
Outcomes of the project
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Total cost of the project
Duration of the project (no. of months, start
date, completion date, current status)
Other Relevant Information
Supporting Documents:
a) Letter from the client to
indicate the successful
completion of the projects
b) Copy of Work Order
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Proof of Certification
The Tenderer shall provide a copy of certificate and details of assessment of the required
certification (CMMI Level 5 and ISO 27001 or above)
Format for the Proof of Certification
Certification for CMMI-level 5
Certifying Agency
Certified date
Mandatory Supporting Documents:
a) The last valid CMMI
Level 5 certificate of the
company.
b) A proof from the
certifying agency stating
that the renewal of the
certification is under
progress and the date when
such renewal was applied
for by the company.
Certification for ISO 27001
Certifying Agency
Certified date
Supporting Documents:
a) copy of certificate as on
the date of contract signing
and the certificate should be
valid for at least a period of
one year from the date of
submission of the bid.
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SECTION A INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................5 SECTION B SUPPORT AND AFTER SALE SERVICE ...........................................5 1 Service Life...........................................................................................................5 2 Warrantee ............................................................................................................5 3 Training ................................................................................................................6 3.1 General ........................................................................................................................ 6 3.2 Database Management System Training ................................................................. 7 3.3 Air Traffic Control Operational Train the Trainer Training ............................... 7 3.4 Flight Data Operator Train the Trainer Training .................................................. 8 3.5 Training Supervisor/Instructor Training ................................................................ 9 3.6 TRA Pseudo-pilot Training ..................................................................................... 10 3.7 Factory Maintenance Training ............................................................................... 10 3.8 Local Maintenance Training ................................................................................... 13 3.9 Data Management System Technical Training ..................................................... 13 3.10 Support for In-house Maintenance Training ........................................................ 14 3.11 Training Materials ................................................................................................... 14 4 Documents ..........................................................................................................15 5 Spare parts .........................................................................................................16 6 Tools and Test Equipment................................................................................17 SECTION C SUPPORT AND AFTER SALE SERVICE REQUIREMENTS ......17 1 Service Life.........................................................................................................17 2 Warrantee ..........................................................................................................18 3 Training ..............................................................................................................18 Part3: SUPPORT AND AFTER SALE SERVICE
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INTRODUCTION
PART-3 describes supported items and post implementation Activities requirement for
TMCS in order to sustain its operability through to the end of system lifecycle. Such
requirement, including but not limited to Training, Documentation, and Spare Part will be
provided. In addition, PART-3 contains guideline information for Tenderers to
understand the purpose of AEROTHAI’s requirements and contains specifications
requirement of related Activities and supported items for Tenderers to submit their
response to the requirements.
SECTION B
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SUPPORT AND AFTER SALE SERVICE
Service Life
The TMCS should be designed to have a service life of at least fifteen (15) years. The
after sale supports, including but not limited to the continued availability of spare parts
for direct purchase by AEROTHAI and the supply of new application software if the
Seller make an improvement or modification to accommodate the new operating system
version and/or hardware version will be available through the service life of TMCS..
2
Warrantee
The warrantee of the TMCS is at least three (3) years on-site services warranty for
hardware and software. The warranty period will be started after the project completion
date.
The Seller will be liable to the logistics and maintenance support during the warranty
period. Such support consists of repair and/or replacement of system, equipments and
parts.
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3.1
Training
General
The Training programs will be conducted to train AEROTHAI’s staffs who are
TMCS operator, system operator, maintenance engineer and related officer. The
Training program will include all aspects of the systems operation and maintenance.
The Training programs, including:
a) Schedule of the training courses;
b) Objective, syllabus and duration of each training course;
c) List of training materials and documentation to be included with the training
course;
d) Qualifications and experience level necessary for the personnel to be trained;
e) Qualification of the instructors; and
f) Course method or training mode.
After awarding the contract, Seller will conduct meeting with AEROTHAI to review
the details of the Training Schedule and training course. .
The Seller training manager will be assigned to be responsible for training and serve
as the contact point for all matters related to training.
All training will be conducted by personnel who are fully conversant with the subject
they are teaching, and have an excellent command of the English language.
All training instructions and documentation will be in English language.
For those training courses to be conducted in AEROTHAI, AEROTHAI will provide
classroom with desks, a whiteboard, projector, and common stationery.
The certificate of competence will be issued to AEROTHAI’s staffs who have
attended the training course(s) and pass the required examination.
All price shall be included in the Price Proposal.
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Database Management System Training
The Database Management System Training (DMST) will be conducted at the
Factory. DMST will be provided, at least, four (4) operational staffs to train them as
Database Management System (DMS) specialist staff.
The course will achieve the following objectives:
a) Establish an expert DMS understanding in the DMS logic and architecture;
and
b) Establish expert competence in the adding, modifying, deleting, adjusting,
manipulating, validating and managing the DMS offline parameters.
The DMST course content will include at least the following:
a) DMS structure, logic and content;
b) Operating of the DMS preparation toolbox;
c) Creation, modification and deletion of the adaptation database;
d) Validating the created or modified adaptation database; and
e) Managing and maintaining the adaptation database.
On completion of this course, the participants will be able to successfully operate,
create and manage the DMS.
Additionally, the participants will have an understanding cognizant with successfully
training other officers as DMS specialists.
3.3
Air Traffic Control Operational Train the Trainer Training
The Seller will provide ATC Operational Train the Trainer Training (ATCTT), at
Factory, as follows:
a) ATCTT will be provided for up to twenty-four (24) Staffs. The objectives for
this course will be to:

Establish an expert level of theoretical understanding cognizant of
writing documentation and practical training programs for operational
staff;
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Establish an expert competency level of CWS operating ability cognizant
of training operational ATC; and

Establish an expert level of system understanding cognizant of creating
competency criteria for theoretical knowledge and CWS operating
competency.
b) The ATCTT course content will include at least the following:

System overview;

System architecture;

Degraded modes of operation;

The Level of Contingency and backup;

Intersystem Connection;

Operator Roles and Workstations;

VCCS;

System Functionalities;

State of flight and/or flight plan life cycle;

Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS);

Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC); and

ATS Interfacility Data Communications (AIDC).
c) On completion of this course, participants will:
3.4

Have expert competence operating the CWS position; and

Have a theoretical and practical understanding cognizant with developing
and delivering conversion training courses to ATC.
Flight Data Operator Train the Trainer Training
The Flight Data Operator Train the Trainer Training (FDTT) will be provided as
follows:
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a) FDTT will be provided for up to ten (10) staffs. The objectives of this course
will:

Establish an expert level of theoretical understanding cognizant of
writing documentation and practical training programs for operational
staff;

Establish an expert competency level of FDO operating ability cognizant
of training operational FDO's; and

Establish an expert level of system understanding cognizant of creating
competency criteria for theoretical knowledge and FDO operating
competency.
b) The FDTT course content will include at least the following:

Overview of system architecture;

Concept of the Flight Data Processing;

The role of FDO;

FDO functions;

Overview and description of controller functions;

Message queue management;

Creation and management of repetitive flight plans;
c) On completion of this course participants will:
3.5

have expert competence operating the FDO position; and

have a theoretical and practical understanding cognizant with developing
and delivering appropriate training courses to other FDO.
Training Supervisor/Instructor Training
The Seller will provide Training (TRA) Supervisor and Instructor (TRAS/I) training
will be provided for up to twelve (12) Staffs.
The objectives of the TRAS/I course will be:
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
Establish an expert level of TRA knowledge cognizant of managing the
training operations of the TRA system;

Establish an expert level of TRA knowledge cognizant of developing
training exercises; and

Establish an expert level of TRA pilot functions cognizant of developing
and delivering training for TRA pilots.

completion of this course, participants will be able to successfully
manage the TRAs' operations, develop and conduct training exercises
and conduct simulator pilot training.
TRA Pseudo-pilot Training
TRA Pseudo-pilot (TRAP) training will be provided for up to thirty (30) Staffs.
On completion, participants will be able to satisfy the assessment standard and to
discharge their roles as pilot when they are engaged in SIM training session.
3.7
Factory Maintenance Training
The Seller will provide factory maintenance training at Seller’s factory for up to
eighteen (18) surveillance engineer staffs and fourteen (14) VCCS engineer staffs
who have basic software knowledge and will be involved in the factory acceptance,
installation, acceptance, training and subsequent maintenance of the System.
The training will include courses that will enable the engineer staff to gain an
appreciation of the overall systems/equipment used and its operation as follows:
a) Basic level training for surveillance engineer staffs will include at least the
following:

TMCS system overview and system architecture;

TMCS system network;

Intersystem connection and external interface;

Air – Ground/ Ground – Ground data link communication such as DCL,
CPDLC, etc.;

Degrade mode of operation;
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The level of contingency and backup;

The TMCS’s hardware devices;

Software components of the TMCS;

Map TMCS functions to system hardware;

TMCS functionality;

State of flight and/or flight plan life cycle;

Operator Roles;

All operator HMI;

System monitoring for verification of serviceability and system control
as required for system maintenance;

TMCS system start up and recovery procedures which are included: NAS
IBS switchover to NAS MOPS, APP IBS switchover to any APPS and
CON/TRA contingency mode switchover to training mode and vice
versa;

Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) maintenance and hardware replacement
procedures;

Hardware configuration such as time server, routers, switches;

Operating system and application software installation; and

TMCS system troubleshooting.
b) Intermediate level training for surveillance engineer staffs will include at
least the following:

Operating system administrative;

TMCS system administrative;

In-depth work process of TMCS software component and intersystem
connection;

TMCS’s standard and non-standard protocols;
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ICDs such as ASTERIX, AIDC;

In-depth work process of AIDC;

In-depth work process of Air – Ground/ Ground – Ground data link
communication;

System parameter / system configuration of TMCS;

Log and traces files analysis with the purpose of investigate/analyze
problem and recover TMCS;

Surveillance data analysis tools;

Surveillance data input/output configuration/reconfiguration; and

Other special tools and test equipment such as ASTERIX test tool.
The factory maintenance training will cover at least software training, and hardware
training.
3.7.1
Software training
Detailed courses on the overall software system, as well as individual software
package will be provided.
The training will include the use of software keys and tools needed to access and
maintain all the programmes.
The training will cover an overview of the Data Management System and the
basic knowledge in preparing, installing and updating the technical adaptation
data.
Upon completion of this training, AEROTHAI’s engineer personnel will be fully
trained with complete knowledge of fault diagnosis and maintenance of the
software.
3.7.2
Hardware training
The hardware training will be designed to train participants to be fully conversant
with the system hardware, and to be equipped with the necessary knowledge and
skill required to effectively maintain the System. The hardware training will at
least include the following.
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The training will include a general appreciation of the overall system and its
operation.
Comprehensive training will be provided in the techniques of troubleshooting,
fault diagnosis, and remedial and routine preventive maintenance.
The training will include classroom instructions on theory as well as practical
training using the Seller's equipment/system similar to the one to be delivered
under the Contract.
3.8
Local Maintenance Training
The Seller will provide On-The-Job training at AEROTHAI office and AEROTHAI
will be in charge of providing classrooms with similar facilities, a whiteboard, projector,
and common stationery.
The training will include classroom instructions on theory as well as practical
training using the AEROTHAI equipment/System.
3.9
Database Management System for Technical Training
Data Management System (DMS) for Technical Training will be conducted at the
Factory. DMS will be provided, at least, two (2) surveillance engineer staffs to train
them as Database Management System (DMS) specialist staff.
The course will achieve the following objectives:
a) The DMS Technical Training will be designed to make surveillance engineer
staffs understanding in the DMS logic, architecture and work process;
b) The DMS Technical Training will be designed to make surveillance engineer
staffs understanding in all dataset/system parameter/ system configuration of
Main Operation System (MOPS), Contingency/Training System (CON/TRA)
Independent Backup System (IBS) and Tower System;
c) The DMS Technical Training will be designed to train participants to be
equipped with the necessary knowledge and skill required to customize the
System for local environment, maintain and update the site adaptation data,
preparation and generation of adaptation database, etc.
d) The DMS Technical Training will be designed to make surveillance engineer
staffs able to manage Data System including the Data Preparation, adjust
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parameters according to their operational needs, and be autonomous to build
from scratch a dataset. It will include integrated lectures and hands-on
sessions that allow participants to enhance their knowledge on data
management, and to practice the dataset building process.
3.10
Support for In-house Maintenance Training
Upon completion of the factory and local maintenance training, the Seller will deploy
the competent and experienced technical instructor/trainer with skill and fully
conversant with the System, to work with the trainers from AEROTHAI , to develop
the future in-house maintenance training and refresher training which includes at
least the following:
3.11

Training structure;

Training content;

Training schedule;

Training materials and documentation;

Training facilities and equipment; and

Training Assessment and Report.
Training Materials
The training materials will be provided to support each training course, including
trainer guides, training manuals, notes, handouts, graph, diagram, workbooks,
posters, video, etc., as necessary.
Twenty (20) complete sets of the training materials, both in hard copy and soft copy
will be provided. AEROTHAI may make such further copies of the materials as are
reasonably needed.
The training manuals for the technical training courses will cover detailed equipment
description, system diagrams and circuit drawings, etc., as appropriate.
A complete set of training manual in hard copy for each operational and technical
training course will be provided to each attendee of the corresponding training
course.
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In addition to the training manual, comprehensive trainer guides in hard copy for
each train the trainer training course will be provided to each attendee of the
corresponding train the trainer training course.
All amendment of the training materials to reflect any updates or modifications will
be supplied in softcopy full version format free of charge.
4
Documents
All documents and publications for the TMCS project are provided in English, which will
be provided at least 6 (six) hard copy (paper) and CD-ROM (document format such as
Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft word and Visio format).
The final edition of all documents and manuals should capture all the amendments up to
the point of final acceptance and will reflect TMCS as handed over to AEROTHAI.
AEROTHAI has the right to a free license to copy the deliverable documentation called
for under the contract, and to circulate or use the copies within the establishments of
AEROTHAI.
4.1
Type of document
The various types of documents should be provided, but not limited to, as following:
a) Global System / Segment Design Document which provides describe and specify
the organization of Configuration Items corresponding to the design of TMCS
and high level designed including interface requirements of TMCS and system
integration;
b) Global System / Segment Specification Document which provides describe and
specify the top level requirements allocated to TMCS and also identify the
external systems with which the supplied equipment must interface in order to
archive the overall functionality required for TMCS;
c) System / Segment Design Document which provides describe high-level design
information of the TMCS, presents the organization of the TMCS such as
Hardware Configuration Items (HWCIs) and Computer Software configuration
Items (CSCIs), describes the allocation of system requirements to the HWCIs and
CSCIs and also provides overview the functional capabilities of the system and
provides a basis for performing system integration;
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d) System / Segment Specification Document which provides describe in deep
specify the technical requirements includes identify and describing function
capabilities, performance characteristics ,the external system components to
which the TMCS is interfaced and system capability relationships for describe
functionality when some function failure occurs;
e) Interface Control Documents (ICD) which provides describe the interface defines
the exchange of messages between TMCS and external system and each
segment/partition of TMCS, the ICD document will be stated which data items
using for transmit , receive, restriction from standard;
f) Hand book and/or user manual and/or reference manual which provides
instructions for using TMCS as follows:
5

Data Base Management user manual and reference manual;

All HMI user manual;

NAS MOPS, NAS CON/TRA, NAS IBS, APPS, APP CON/TRA, APP
IBS, LTS and RTS system user manual;

NAS MOPS, NAS CON/TRA,NAS IBS, APPS, APP CON/TRA, APP
IBS, LTS and RTS system diagrams / wiring diagrams;

Control and Monitoring system user manual;

TMCS maintenance manual; and

Software install manual.
Spare parts
The number of spare for each type of workstations, servers and network equipment for
TMCS will be not less than ten percent (10%) of the total number of that type of
equipment.
These spare workstations, servers and network equipment will be preloaded with all
necessary licensed software and suitably pre-configured to facilitate a prompt
replacement of faulty equipment on site. All price shall be included in the Price
Proposal.
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Special Tools and Test Equipment
The software tools, test equipment, and diagnostics/ test programs will be fully provided
to achieve the standard of software and hardware maintenance, in particular, the repair of
equipment down to component level.
A suite of tools for map drawing and creation will be provided.
The ASTERIX test tools are fully graphical user interface that will be provided with fully
supporting all currently standardized ASTERIX radar data categories. It will be also
allowed a sufficiently authorized user to define new ASTERIX categories as well as User
Application Profile (UAPs) according to the specific requirements of an application.
All price shall be included in the Price Proposal.
SECTION C
SUPPORT AND AFTER SALE SERVICE
REQUIREMENTS
1
Service Life
SER001 :
The tenderer shall propose the service life of the proposed system and detail how [D]
the proposed system can be operated up to the end of service life .
SER002 :
The tenderer shall propose the components that estimated service life is less than 15 [D]
years.
SER003 :
The tenderer shall propose the solution to handle the components that estimated [D]
service life less than 15 years.
SER004 :
The tenderer shall propose and detail the after sales support for the software of the [D]
system which includes details of that support.
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Warranty
WAR001: The Tenderer shall propose the methodologies and Warranty Support Plan [D]
including warrantee period of TMCS hardware and software.
3
Training
TRA001:
The Tenderer shall propose and describe the Training program which [D]
includes course syllabus, objectives, pre-requisites, duration and approach
for training personnel involved with the delivered equipment (both hardware
and software)..
TRA002:
The Tenderer shall propose Database Management System Training course [D]
which includes number of attendances, venue, and contents.
TRA003:
The Tenderer shall propose Air Traffic Control Operational Train the Trainer [D]
Training course which includes number of attendances, venue, and contents.
TRA004:
The Tenderer shall propose Flight Data Operator Train the Trainer Training [D]
course which includes number of attendances, venue, and contents.
TRA005:
The Tenderer shall propose Training Supervisor/Instructor Training course [D]
which includes number of attendances, venue, and contents.
TRA006:
The Tenderer shall propose TRA Pseudo-pilot Training course which [D]
includes number of attendances, venue, and contents.
TRA007:
The Tenderer shall propose Factory Maintenance Training course which
includes number of attendances, venue, and contents.
TRA008:
The Tenderer shall propose Local Maintenance Training course which [D]
includes number of attendances, venue, and contents.
TRA009:
The Tenderer shall propose Data Management System Technical Training [D]
course which includes number of attendances, venue, and contents.
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TRA010:
The Tenderer shall propose and describe the support to develop the training [D]
and refresher training course for future in-house maintenance training.
TRA011:
The Tenderer shall propose the list of training materials that will be provided [D]
for all training courses.
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Documents
DOC001:
5
Spare parts
SPA001:
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The Tenderer shall provide the list of delivery document of the TMCS project [D]
including detail of document (such as number of document, language, document
format).
The Tenderer shall propose the scope of supply of spare parts for TMCS.
Special Tools and Test Equipment
TAT001:
The Tenderer shall propose the scope of supply of tools and test equipments for [D]
TMCS that will be provided for software and hardware maintenance, including but
not limited to software tools and ASTERIX test tools.
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Attachments for Site Information
1. Attachment 6.1.1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
The location of New Operation Building and Existing Operation
Buildings at Tungmahamek Site
Attachment 6.1.1a The location of the Operation Room, Fallback System Room and
UPS #2 Room of NAS MOPS
Attachment 6.1.1b The location of the Pre-tactical Operation Room of NAS MOPS
Attachment 6.1.1c The location of Equipment Room of NAS MOPS
Attachment 6.1.1d The location of CON/TRA Room of NAS CON/TRA
Attachment 6.1.1e The location of CON/TRA Room of NAS CON/TRA
Attachment 6.1.2a The location of the Operation Room, CON/TRA Room,
Equipment Room and Local Tower Control Room of CMA APP
MOPS, CMA APP CON/TRA and CMA LTS
Attachment 6.1.2b The location of the UPS Room
Attachment 6.1.3 The location of HTY APC Building and Training Building at
Hat Yai Site
Attachment 6.1.3a The location of the Operation Room, Equipment Room and Local
Tower Control Room of HTY APP MOPS and HTY LTS
Attachment 6.1.3b The location of the CON/TRA Room, Pilot Room and Equipment
Room of HTY APP CON/TRA
Attachment 6.1.4 The location of PUT APC Buildings and Administrative
Building at Phuket Site.
Attachment 6.1.4a The location of the Operation Room, Equipment Room and Local
Tower Control Room of PUT APP MOPS and PUT LTS
Attachment 6.1.4b The location of the CON/TRA Room, Pilot Room and Equipment
Room of PUT APP CON/TRA
Attachment 6.1.4c The location of the UPS Room of PUT APP CON/TRA
Attachment 6.1.5 The location of PSL APC Building and Administrative Building
at Phitsanulok Site
Attachment 6.1.5a The location of the Operation Room, Equipment Room and Local
Tower Control Room of PSL APP MOPS and PSL LTS
Attachment 6.1.5b The location of the CON/TRA Room, Pilot Room and
Equipment Room of PSL APP CON/TRA
Attachment 6.1.5c The location of the UPS Room of PSL APP CON/TRA
Attachment 6.1.6 The location of HHN APC Building and Air Field Lighting
Building at Hua Hin Site
21. Attachment 6.1.6a The location of the Operation Room and Local Tower Control
Room of HHN APP MOPS and HHN LTS
22. Attachment 6.1.6b The location of the Equipment Room of HHN APP MOPS and
HHN LTS
23. Attachment 6.1.6c The location of the CON/TRA Room, of HHN APP CON/TRA
24. Attachment 6.1.7 The location of ATC Support Building, SBA Tower Building and
Emergency Buildings at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
25. Attachment 6.1.7a The location of the Operation Room of BAPP MOPS
26. Attachment 6.1.7b The location of the Equipment Room of BAPP MOPS
27. Attachment 6.1.7c The location of the Operation Room, Equipment Room and Local
Control Room of SBA LTS
28. Attachment 6.1.3d The location of the CON/TRA Room, Pilot Room and Equipment
Room of BAPP CON/TRA
29. Attachment 6.1.7e The location of the UPS#1 Room, UPS#2 Room and UPS#3 at
Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
New
Operation
Building
Existing
Operation
Building
Football
Field
Satellite
Building
Attachment 6.1.1 The location of New Operation Building and Existing Operation Buildings at Tungmahamek Site
36.00 m
9.00 m
2nd Communication
cables Shaft
from 2nd floor to 8 th floor
16.85 m
Electrical
Room
(OPS801)
Fallback system
Room
(OPS802)
Battery
Room
UPS #1
Room
Maintenance
Room
(OPS805)
(OPS804)
(OPS803)
4.50 m
5.50 m
4.20 m
14.90 m
3.6 m
7.00 m
3.0 m
3.20 m
Operation room
(OPS806)
Loung
e
Main Communication
cables Shaft between
2nd floor to 8 th floor
8th floor
New Operation Building
Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.1a The location of the Operation Room, Fallback System Room and UPS #2 Room of NAS MOPS
(OPS301)
19.50 m
3rd floor
New Operation Building
Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.1b The location of the Pre-tactical Operation Room of NAS MOPS
36.00 m
Pre-tactical Room
5.50 m.
14.00 m.
17.00 m.
Equipment room
(OPS201)
Data processing Servers reserved area
VCCS reserved Area
31.00 m.
2.50 m
UPS #2
Room
Battery
Room
(OPS202)
(OPS203)
4.75m
3.20 m
2nd floor
New Operation Building
Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.1c The location of Equipment Room of NAS MOPS
Pseudo Pilot Room
CON/TRA Room
(EXO301)
UPS Room
(EXO304)
17.90 m
rd
3 floor
Existing Operation Building
Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.1d The location of CON/TRA Room of NAS CON/TRA
19.75 m
(EXO302)
15.75 m
4.00 m
10.70 m
14.00 m
Existing VCCS
CON/TRA Equipment
Reserved area
Air condition
Unit
Air condition
Unit
Existing Data Processing Server
Existing Equipments
CON/TRA
Equipment
Room
(EXO104)
Existing Equipments
Existing Data Processing Server
Air condition
Unit
20.00 m
Existing
Equipments
Existing Equipments
UPS
1st floor
Existing Operation Building
Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.1e The location of CON/TRA Room of NAS CON/TRA
5.0 m
GND
Flight
Data
LCL
4.0 m
SUPERVISOR
(CMA701)
5.0 m
5.0 m
CMA
Local Tower Control
Room
Equipment
Room
(CMA203)
Military
Coordinator
7th floor
CMA APC Building
Floor Plan
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Attachment 6.1.2a The location of the Operation Room, CON/TRA Room, Equipment Room and Local Tower Control Room of
CMA APP MOPS, CMA APP CON/TRA and CMA LTS
31.20
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32
1st floor CMA APC Building Floor Plan
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Attachment 6.1.2b The location of the UPS Room
Training Building
(Old Primary Radar building)
Hat Yai International Airport
Passenger Terminal
HTY APC Building
Attachment 6.1.3 The location of HTY APC Building and Training Building at Hat Yai Site
5.30 m
Flight
Data
GND
HTY Local Tower
Control Room
Desk
SUPERVISOR
Air Condition
5.40 m
LCL
6th floor
HYT APC Building
Floor Plan
Cabinet
(HTY601)
Air Condition
AGL
Control
5.2 m
Equipment
Room
Existing
Operation Room
(HTY202)
Existing
Radar Data
Processing
Room
3m
Interim
Operation Room
(HTY201)
2nd floor
HTY APC Building
Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.3a The location of the Operation Room, Equipment Room and Local Tower Control Room of HTY APP MOPS and HTY LTS
Equipment Room
CON/TRA Room
Pilot Room
(HTN103)
(HTN102)
(HTN101)
UPS Room
(HTN104)
1st floor HTY Training Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.3b The location of the CON/TRA Room, Pilot Room and Equipment Room of HTY APP CON/TRA
Phuket APP Control
Center Building
Administrative Building of
Phuket APP Control Center
Attachment 6.1.4 The location of PUT APC Buildings and Administrative Building at Phuket Site.
Operation Room
(PUT101)
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Local Tower
Control Room
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6.00 m
90
7.
6.00 m
11.00 m
m
SUPER
VISOR
30
(PUT901)
9th floor
PUT APC Building
Floor Plan
1st floor PUT APC Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.4a The location of the Operation Room, Equipment Room and Local Tower Control Room of PUT APP MOPS and PUT LTS
Equipment Room
Pilot Room
CON/TRA Room
(PAD203)
(PAD202)
(PAD201)
2nd floor PUT Administrative Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.4b The location of the CON/TRA Room, Pilot Room and Equipment Room of PUT APP CON/TRA
UPS Room
(PAD101)
1st floor PUT Administrative Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.4c The location of the UPS Room of PUT APP CON/TRA
PSL APC Building
Administraive Building
Attachment 6.1.5 The location of PSL APC Building and Administraive Building at Phitsanulok Site
5.8 m
5.8 m
PSL Local
Tower Control Room
3.6 m
(PSL601)
Equipment Room
(PSL202)
4.7 m
6.5 m
6
th
Operation Room
(PSL201)
floor PSL APC Building Floor Plan
9.36 m
2nd floor PSL APC Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.5a The location of the Operation Room, Equipment Room and Local Tower Control Room of PSL APP MOPS and PSL LTS
8.0 m
5.0 m
5.0 m
2.5 m
Pilots
Room
(ADM302)
CONTRA
Equipment
Room
(ADM303)
5.5 m
CONTRA
APP
Room
(ADM301)
3rd floor PSL Administrative Building
Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.5b The location of the CON/TRA Room, Pilot Room and Equipment Room of PSL APP CON/TRA
UPS
Room
(ADM101)
1st floor PSL Administrative Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.5c The location of the UPS Room of PSL APP CON/TRA
60 m
Administrative
Building
UPS
Shelter
Air Field Lighting
Building
(UPS101)
N
HH
AP
ing
uild
B
C
Attachment 6.1.6 The location of HHN APC Building and Air Field Lighting Building at Hua Hin Site
6.00 m
HHN Local
Tower Control Room
(HHN801)
(HHN601)
5.80 m
8th floor HHN APC Building Floor Plan
6th floor HHN APC Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.6a The location of the Operation Room and Local Tower Control Room of
HHN APP MOPS and HHN LTS
3.40 m
Operation Room
2.4 m
Equipment Room
3.8 m
(HHN701)
3.20 m
7th floor HHN APC Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.6b The location of the Equipment Room of HHN APP MOPS and HHN LTS
6.0 m
Toilet
(AFL101)
1st floor Air Field Lighting Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.6c The location of the CON/TRA Room, of HHN APP CON/TRA
7.7 m
CON/TRA Room
ATC Support Building
SBA Tower Building
Emergency Building
Attachment 6.1.7 The location of ATC Support Building, SBA Tower Building and Emergency Buildings at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
Operation Room
(ATC419)
4th floor ATC Support Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.7a The location of the Operation Room of BAPP MOPS
UPS
ATS Data backup System
AIMS
Trunk Radio
Network Equipments
VCCS Equipments
Equipment Room (ATC521)
Data Processing
Equipments
Control & Monitor
Equipments
5th floor ATC Support Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.7b The location of the Equipment Room of BAPP MOPS
SBA Local Tower Control Room
(TWR0T7)
T7 floor SBA Tower Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.7c The location of the Operation Room, Equipment Room and Local Control Room of SBA LTS
Equipment Room
(EMG301)
CON/TRA Room
(EMG302)
Pilot Room
(EMG303)
3rd floor Emergency Building Floor Plan
Attachment 6.1.3d The location of the CON/TRA Room, Pilot Room and Equipment Room of BAPP CON/TRA
UPS#1 Room (ATC210)
2 floor SBA Tower Building
nd
UPS#2 Room (TWR101)
1 st floor SBA Tower Building
UPS#3 Room (EMG101)
1 floor Emergency Building
st
Attachment 6.1.7e The location of the UPS#1 Room, UPS#2 Room and UPS#3 at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
2
Dimension Layout of workstations and operator roles.
1. Figure 5.1 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of NAS MOPS at Tung Mahamek Site
2. Figure 5.2 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of NAS CON/TRA at Tung Mahamek
Site
3. Figure 5.3 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of APP MOPS and APP CON/TRA at
Provincial Site
4. Figure 5.4 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of BAPP MOPS and BAPP CON/TRA
at Suvarnabhumi Airport SiteFigure 5.5 Conceptual Operator Role
Layout of SBA LTS at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
5. Figure 5.5 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of SBA LTS at Suvarnabhumi Airport
Site
6. Figure 5.6 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of LTS/RTS at Local Tower and
Remote Tower
BAPC Operation
BACC Operation
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Pre-tactical Operation Room: 3rd floor
New Operation Building
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Optional WS
Figure 5.1 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of NAS MOPS at Tung Mahamek Site
Future Expansion
v
Voice Touch Entry Display
Page 1 of 6
BACC & BAPC CON/TRA
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Existing Operation Building
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Figure 5.2 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of NAS CON/TRA at Tung Mahamek Site
APP Operation
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CON/TRA Building
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APP MOPS
( PSL APP, HHN APP)
Essential WS
Optional WS
Figure 5.3 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of APP MOPS and APP CON/TRA at Provincial Site
Future Expansion
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Page 3 of 6
BAPP Operation
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LCD
v
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
v
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
CWS
AUX
24"
LCD
v
AUX
24"
LCD
v
EC
PC
EC
PC
EC
PC
EC
PC
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
TRN/EC
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
v
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
v
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
AUX
24"
LCD
v
EC
PC
EC
PC
EC
PC
EC
PC
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
v
v
EC
PC
CWS
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
PC
PC
EC
PC
CWS
CWS
CWS
CWS
EC
CWS
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
v
TACTSUP
TACTSUP
PC
EC
FDWS
FDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
FDO
CWS
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
AUX
24"
LCD
CWS
AUX
24"
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
CWS
PSPWS
PSPWS
24"
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
PSP/FDO
PSP/FDO
CWS
PSPWS
PSPWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
v
v
v
TRN/PC
PSP/FDO
PSP/FDO
CWS
PSPWS
PSPWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
v
v
v
PSP/FDO
TMCWS
PSPWS
PSPWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
TRN/PC
24"
LCD
v
TMC
PSP/FDO
CON/TRA Room : 3rd Floor
CMWS
CMWS*
DSWS
CMWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
DSO
v
TRN/PC
PSP/FDO
24"
LCD
A4 color
Laser Printer
24"
LCD
v
v
v
TRN/EC
DAWS
CMWS* is remote CMWS
from CON/TRA
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
TRN/PC
24"
LCD
MTN
PSP/FDO
v
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
PSP/FDO
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
TRN/EC
NMWS
v
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
TRN/PC
v
TRN/EC
CWS
AUX
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
v
TRN/PC
v
AUX
24"
LCD
PSPWS
24"
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
v
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
TRN/EC
PSPWS
FDO
Operation Room: 4th floor
AUX
24"
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
v
PC
CWS
AUX
24"
LCD
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
CWS
v
TRN/EC
TRN/PC
TRN/EC
AUX
24"
LCD
PC
AUX
24"
LCD
EC
AUX
24"
LCD
v
EC
TRN/EC
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
AUX
24"
LCD
v
AUX
24"
LCD
v
EC
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
v
CWS
MAIN
2Kx2K
LCD
CWS
AUX
24"
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
TRN/PC
CWS
AUX
24"
LCD
AUX
24"
LCD
v
Pseudo Pilots
CWS
v
PSP/FDO
Pilot Room : 3rd Floor
DSWS
24"
LCD
A4 color
Laser Printer
MTN
DSO
Equipment Room: 5th floor
Equipment Room : 3rd Floor
ATC Support Building
Emergency Building
BAPP MOPS
BAPP CON/TRA
Essential WS
Optional WS
Future Expansion
Figure 5.4 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of BAPP MOPS and BAPP CON/TRA at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
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Main Operation Area
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
v
21"
24"
LCD
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
v
21"
24"
LCD
v
21"
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
v
21"
GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
v
21"
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
LCL
LCL
LCL
LCL
LCL
CDC
GSDWS
GSDWS
GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
GSDWS
GSDWS
GSDWS
GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
v
21"
Emergency Operation Area
v
21"
v
21"
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
GND
GND
GND
GND
ASDWS GSDWS
ASDWS GSDWS
ASDWS GSDWS
v
21"
v
v
21"
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
GND
GND
CDC
v
v
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
v
21"
v
21"
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
CDC
CDC
v
21"
v
A4 color
Laser Printer
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
T-TACTSUP
A4 color
Laser Printer
FDDWS
FDDWS
21"
21"
T-FDO
T-FDO
T-TACTSUP
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
21"
21"
21"
21"
T-FDO
T-FDO
T-FDO
T-FDO
West APRON
BAO
AOT Office*
* Airport Operator Control Center,
Airport Operator Building
Tower Control room : T7 Floor – SBA Tower Building
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
21"
FDDWS
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
T-CMS
FDDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
21"
FDDWS
T-MTN
v
24"
LCD
v
21"
v
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
LCL
GND
GND
v
A4 color
Laser Printer
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
GSDWS
24"
LCD
21"
T-DSO
v
21"
GSDWS
24"
LCD
A4 color
Laser Printer
ARO
ARO Office
T-DSO
T-EO
FDDWS
FDDWS
21"
21"
T-FDO
T-FDO
Equipment Room: 5th floor- ATC Support Building
East APRON
SBA LTS – Level IV
Essential WS
Optional WS
Figure 5.5 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of SBA LTS at Suvarnabhumi Airport Site
Future Expansion
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FDDWS
CWS
30"
LCD
FDDWS
21"
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
GSDWS
GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
v
21"
v
21"
21"
v
ADF
MIL
Air Defense Unit
RTS Level I
FAO
v
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
LCL
GND
GND
AOT Office
List of Air Defense Unit
FDDWS
1. Bigshell
2. Oscar
3. Focal
21"
ASDWS GSDWS
FDDWS
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
FDDWS
FDDWS
21"
21"
21"
T-FDO
T-FDO
DMAN
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
21"
v
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
List of RTS Level I
21"
v
21"
FDDWS
21"
v
v
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
LCL
GND
COR
BAO
T-TACTSUP
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
FDDWS
21"
A4 color
Laser Printer
GSDWS
FDDWS
BAO
1. Korat
2. Takhli
3. U-tapao
4. Kampangsan
T-FDO
th
Tower Control Room : 7 Floor
Tower Control room
List of LTS/RTS Level II
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
1. Phitsanulok Tower
2. Hua Hin Tower
3. Khon Kaen Tower
4. Chiangrai Tower
5. Ubonrachathani Tower
6. Krabi Tower
7. Suratthani Tower
8. Sakhonnakhon Tower
9. Nakhonpanom Tower
10. Nakhonrachasima Tower
11. Petchaboon Tower
12. Nan Tower
13. Phare Tower
14. Loei Tower
15. Buri ram Tower
16. Roi-et Tower
17. Surin Tower
18. Chumporn Tower
19. Trat Tower
20. Mae Hongson Tower
21. Lampang Tower
22. Sukhothai Tower
23. Tak Tower
24. Mae Sod Tower
25. Ranong Tower
26. Trang Tower
27. Pattani Tower
28. Narathiwat Tower
24"
LCD
T-CMS
v
21"
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
A4 color
Laser Printer
FDDWS
24"
LCD
LCL
T-MTN
T-CMS
v
21"
Equipment room
24"
LCD
GSDWS
FDDWS
24"
LCD
T-MTN
GND
T-DSO
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
A4 color
Laser Printer
v
21"
v
21"
FDDWS
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
Tower Building
LTS/RTS Level II
ASDWS GSDWS
24"
LCD
T-DSO
FDDWS
ASDWS GSDWS
GSDWS
ASDWS GSDWS
FDDWS
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
24"
LCD
21"
T-EO
Equipment Room : 4th Floor
21"
v
FDDWS
A4 color
Laser Printer
21"
v
21"
v
21"
FDDWS
FDDWS
FDDWS
LCL
GND
COR
v
T-FDO
Tower Control room
FDDWS
T-TACTSUP
21"
A4 color
Laser Printer
FDDWS
ARO
21"
ARO Office : 2nd Floor
T-FDO
List of LTS/RTS Level III
T-CMS
1. Chiang Mai Tower
2. Hat Yai Tower
3. Phuket Tower
4. Udonthani Tower
5. Samui Tower
6. Nakhonsithamarat Tower
24"
LCD
A4 color
Laser Printer
T-MTN
DMA Tower Building
DMA RTS – Level IV
Equipment room
DMA APRON
Tower Building
LTS/RTS Level III
Essential WS
Optional WS
Figure 5.6 Conceptual Operator Role Layout of LTS/RTS at Local Tower and Remote Tower
Future Expansion
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3.1 Workstations capacity of each site.
APPENDIX 3.1.1 : Tungmahamek Main (Fallback) POSITION CAPACITY
POSITION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
NAME
EC1
PC1
EC2
PC2
EC3
PC3
EC4
PC4
EC5
PC5
EC6
PC6
EC7
PC7
EC8
PC8
EC9
PC9
EC10
PC10
EC11
PC11
EC12
PC12
EC13
PC13
EC14
PC14
EC15
PC15
EC16
PC16
TACTSUP1
TACTSUP2
TACTSUP3
EC1
PC1
EC2
PC2
EC3
PC3
EC4
PC4
EC5
PC5
EC6
PC6
TACTSUP
OPERATION
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
POSITION
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
NAME
OPSUP
TECHSUP
ASM
CMAC
EO1
EO2
MTN1
MTN2
TACTSUP*
AMAN1*
AMAN2*
AMAN3*
EC7*
PC7*
EC8*
PC8*
EC9*
PC9*
EC10*
PC10*
AMAN1*
AMAN2*
FISL1*
FISL2*
FISL3*
FISL4*
ASM*
FM1*
FM2*
FM3*
ATFM*
OPERATION
Operation
Operation
Operation
Pre-tactical
Maint
Maint
Maint
Maint
Area (Option)
Area (Option)
Area (Option)
Area (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Operation (Option)
Operation (Option)
Operation (Option)
Operation (Option)
Operation (Option)
Pre-tactical (Option)
Pre-tactical (Option)
Pre-tactical (Option)
Pre-tactical (Option)
APPENDIX 3.1.2 : CMA HTY PUT PSL HHN Main (Fallback) POSITION CAPACITY
Location
Approach
Control Room
Tower
Control Room
Technical Room
Operation Role Position
EC + PC APP
FDO
AMAN
TS APP
EC + PC TWR
TS TWR
MTN / EO
DSO
Total
Fallback System Require Only at Control Rooms
CMA
6
1
1
4
1
2
-
HTY
6
1
1
4
1
2
-
PUT
6
1
1
4
1
2
-
PSL
4
1
4
1
2
-
HHN
4
1
4
1
2
-
15
15
15
12
12
APPENDIX 3.1.3 : Tungmahamek CONTRA POSITION CAPACITY
POSITION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
NAME
TRN/EC1
TRN/PC1
TRN/EC2
TRN/PC2
TRN/EC3
TRN/PC3
TRN/EC4
TRN/PC4
TRN/EC5
TRN/PC5
TRN/EC6
TRN/PC6
TRN/EC7
TRN/PC7
TRN/EC8
TRN/PC8
TRN/EC9
TRN/PC9
TRN/EC10
TRN/PC10
FISL
PSP/FDO1
PSP/FDO2
PSP/FDO3
PSP/FDO4
PSP/FDO5
PSP/FDO6
PSP/FDO7
PSP/FDO8
PSP/FDO9
PSP/FDO10
PSP/FDO11*
PSP/FDO12*
PSP/FDO13*
PSP/FDO14*
PSP/FDO15*
PSP/FDO16*
PSP/FDO17*
PSP/FDO18*
PSP/FDO19*
PSP/FDO20*
OPERATION
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
Area&Approach (Option)
APPENDIX 3.1.4 : CMA HTY PUT PSL HHN CONTRA POSITION CAPACITY
Location
CONTRA
Room
Contigency
EC + PC APP
FDO
Total
Training
TRN
PSP
CMA
4
4
HTY
4
4
PUT
4
4
PSL
4
4
HHN
4
4
8
8
8
8
8
3.2 Telephone lines capacity of each site.
APPENDIX 3.2.1 : Tungmahamek Main (Fallback) Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
SUP
2
SUP
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
Sector 1
7
Sector 1
8
Sector 1
9
Sector 1
10
Sector 2
11
Sector 2
12
Sector 3
13
Sector 3
14
Sector 3
15
Sector 4
16
Sector 4
17
Sector 4
18
Sector 4
19
Sector 4/1
20
Sector 4/1
21
Sector 4/1
22
TC1
23
TC2
24
TC1
25
TC1
26
TC1
27
TC2
28
TC2
29
TC2
30
Sector 1
31
Sector 1
32
Sector 1
33
Sector 1
34
Sector 1
35
Sector 1
36
Sector 1
37
Sector 1
38
Sector 1
39
Sector 1/1
40
Sector 1/1
41
Sector 2
42
Sector 2
43
Sector 2
44
Sector 2
45
Sector 2
46
Sector 2
47
Sector 2
48
Sector 2
49
Sector 2
50
Sector 3
51
Sector 3
52
Sector 3
Connect to
WATCH CE
WATCH SE
ATFM
FD
FDO
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_S
APP_W
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_S
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_N
APP_W
APP_N
APP_S
APP_W
TD
TD
BGS
BHM
OSCAR
BGS
BHM
OSCAR
DM1
SVB_FDO1
SVB_GND1
BUT_APP
HHN_APP
KPS
OSCAR_S1
Wing 5
PHN
YGN
BGS
DM2
SVB_FDO2
SVB_GND2
BGS_SRT1
DSY
KRT_APP
OSCAR_S2
PHN
VTN_S
DM3
HHN_APP
SVB_FDO3
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
Signaling
No. Working Positions
53
Sector 3
54
Sector 3
55
Sector 3
56
Sector 3
57
Sector 3
58
Sector 3
59
Sector 4
60
Sector 4
61
Sector 4
62
Sector 4
63
Sector 4
64
Sector 4
65
Sector 4
66
Sector 4
67
Sector 4
68
Sector 4
69
Sector 4
70
Sector 4
71
Sector 4
72
Sector 4
73
Sector 4
74
Sector 4
75
Sector 4
76
Sector 4
77
Sector 4/1
78
Sector 4/1
79
Sector 4/1
80
Sector 4/1
81
Sector 4/1
82
Sector 4/1
83
Sector 4/1
84
Sector 4/1
85
Sector 4/1
86
Sector 4/1
87
Sector 4/1
88
Sector 5
89
Sector 5
90
Sector 5
91
Sector 5
92
Sector 5
93
Sector 5
94
Sector 5
95
Sector 5
96
Sector 5
97
Sector 5
98
Sector 5
99
Sector 5
100
Sector 5
101
Sector 5
102
Sector 5
103
Sector 5
104
Sector 6
105
Sector 6
106
Sector 6
Connect to
SVB_GND3
BUT_APP
OSCAR_S3
HCM
KUL3_SAT
PHN
CMA_APP
(F/R)
CMA_APP
(SAT)
DM4
PSL_APP
SVB_FDO4
SVB_GND4
BGS_SRT3
BHM
Focal
DSY
FAN
KPS_Radar
KPS_TWR
OSCAR_S4
TL
Wing 5
VTN_N
YGN4
APPW_ASS
DM4/1
SVB_FDO4/1
SVB_GND4
SVB_TD
DSY
KPS_Radar
KPS_TWR
OSCAR_FF
TL
YGN4
HTY_APP
(F/R)
HTY_APP
(SAT)
KBI_APP
PUT_APP
(F/R)
PUT_APP
(DDN)
BGS
BGS_SRT2
BUT_APP
KPS
OSCAR_S5
SWALLOW
KUL_51_DDN
KUL_54_DDN
KUL5_SAT
PHN
YGN5
KBI_APP
HTY_APP
(F/R)
HTY_APP
(SAT)
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
Signaling
No. Working Positions
107
Sector 6
108
Sector 6
109
Sector 6
110
Sector 6
111
Sector 6
112
Sector 6
113
Sector 6
114
Sector 6
115
Sector 6
116
Sector 6
117
Sector 6
118
Sector 7
119
Sector 7
120
Sector 7
121
Sector 7
122
Sector 7
123
Sector 7
124
Sector 7
125
Sector 7
126
Sector 7
127
Sector 7
128
Sector 8
129
Sector 8
130
Sector 8
131
Sector 8
132
Sector 8
133
KKN Sector
134
KKN Sector
135
KKN Sector
136
KKN Sector
137
KKN Sector
138
KKN Sector
139
KKN Sector
140
KKN Sector
141
KKN Sector
142
KKN Sector
143
KKN Sector
144
KKN Sector
145
KKN Sector
146
KKN Sector
147
KKN Sector
148
UBL Sector
149
UBL Sector
150
UBL Sector
151
UBL Sector
152
UBL Sector
153
UBL Sector
154
UBL Sector
155
UBL Sector
156
UBL Sector
157
UBL Sector
158
UBL Sector
159
UBL Sector
160
UBL Sector
Connect to
PUT_APP
(F/R)
PUT_APP
(DDN)
BGS
SWALLOW
OSCAR_S6
HCM_S
KUL_61_DDN
KUL_65_DDN
KUL6_SAT
PNH
YGN5
CMA_APP
(F/R)
CMA_APP
(SAT)
PSL_APP
BHM
Focal
DSY
FAN
OSCAR_S7
VTN_N
YGN7
BHM
DSY
OSCAR_S8
PNH
VTN_S
KKN_TWR1
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
(F/R)
KKN_TWR2
2-Wire
(SAT)
LOY_TWR
2-Wire
NKP_TWR
2-Wire
SKN_TWR
2-Wire
UDN_TWR
2-Wire
ASR_UDN
2-Wire
BHM
2-Wire
KRT_APP
2-Wire
OSC_APP
2-Wire
VTN_UD APP 2-Wire
Tel. 2005
2-Wire
Tel. 8611
2-Wire
Tel. 9611
02-287- 2-Wire
3181
2-Wire
BRM_TWR
2-Wire
NKR_TWR
2-Wire
ROT_TWR
2-Wire
UBL_TWR
2-Wire
ASR_UBL
2-Wire
KRT_APP
2-Wire
LON
2-Wire
OSC_APP
2-Wire
VTN_UB APP 2-Wire
Tel. 2006
2-Wire
Tel. 8612
2-Wire
Tel. 9612
02-286- 2-Wire
0095
2-Wire
Call In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
Signaling
No. Working Positions
161
SMU Sector
162
SMU Sector
163
SMU Sector
164
SMU Sector
165
SMU Sector
166
SMU Sector
167
SMU Sector
168
SMU Sector
169
SMU Sector
170
SMU Sector
171
SMU Sector
172
SMU Sector
173
SMU Sector
174
SMU Sector
175
SMU Sector
176
CTR Sector
177
CTR Sector
178
CTR Sector
179
CTR Sector
180
CTR Sector
181
CTR Sector
182
CTR Sector
183
CTR Sector
184
CTR Sector
185
CTR Sector
186
CTR Sector
187
CTR Sector
188
ALL
189
ALL
190
ALL
191
ALL
192
ALL
193
ALL
194
ALL
195
ALL
196
ALL
197
ALL
198
ALL
199
ALL
200
ALL
Connect to
CPN_TWR
HTY_TWR
NKS_TWR
PUT_TWR
SMU_TWR
STN_TWR
TRD_TWR
ASR_STN
BGS
BUT_APP
SWL
Tel. 2003
Tel. 8613
Tel. 9613
02-2860199
CTR_TWR
NAN_TWR
PAE_TWR
PCB_TWR
PSL_APP
Focal
FAN
OSC_APP
Tel. 2008
Tel. 8614
Tel. 9614
02-2860224
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
SPARE 4
SPARE 5
SPARE 6
SPARE 7
SPARE 8
SPARE 9
SPARE 10
SPARE 11
SPARE 12
SPARE 13
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.2 : Chiangmai Main (Fallback) Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
25
ALL
26
ALL
27
ALL
28
ALL
29
ALL
30
ALL
31
ALL
32
ALL
33
ALL
34
ALL
35
ALL
Connect to
WATCH CE
WATCH SE
BACC S4 (F/R)
BACC S4 (SAT)
BACC S7 (F/R)
BACC S7 (SAT)
PSL
TEL. 2603 ATS
TEL. 2605 ATS
TEL. 2611 ATS
TEL. 6760 ATS
TEL. 57507 RTAF
TEL. 57521 RTAF
TEL. 3034028
FAN
TEL. 4812
TEL. 4813
TEL. 4817
TEL. 4818
TEL. 4199
TEL. 4822
TEL. 4835
2W-PABX
TEL. 277776
MET
AOT
FIRE
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 5
Spare 6
Spare 7
Spare 8
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Call Out
Loop-In/DTMF Ring-Out
Loop-In/DTMF Ring-Out
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.3 : Hatyai Main (Fallback) Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
25
ALL
26
ALL
27
ALL
28
ALL
29
ALL
30
ALL
31
ALL
32
ALL
33
ALL
34
ALL
35
ALL
Connect to
Type
WATCH CE 2-Wire
WATCH SE 2-Wire
BACC S5 (F/R) 2-Wire
BACC S5 (SAT) 2-Wire
BACC S6 (F/R) 2-Wire
BACC S6 (SAT) 2-Wire
SMU APP
2-Wire
PUT APP
2-Wire
KRABI APP 2-Wire
NTW TWR 2-Wire
TRN TWR 2-Wire
2-Wire
PT TWR
SKL TWR 2-Wire
2-Wire
BTW
2-Wire
RONDA1
2-Wire
RONDA2
SRT 63523 2-Wire
SRT 63525 2-Wire
2-Wire
MET
2-Wire
AOT
TEL. 6812 2-Wire
TEL. 6813 2-Wire
TEL. 6817 2-Wire
TEL. 6818 2-Wire
TEL. 6833 2-Wire
TEL. 251-073 2-Wire
TEL. 251-074 2-Wire
TEL. 474-570 2-Wire
TEL. 474-572 2-Wire
FIRE
2-Wire
Emergency 1 2-Wire
Emergency 2 2-Wire
Emergency 3 2-Wire
Spare 1
2-Wire
Spare 2
2-Wire
Call In
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.4 : Phuket Main (Fallback) Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
Connect to
Type
Call In
1
ALL
WATCH CE 2-Wire Loop-In/DTMF
2
ALL
WATCH SE
2-Wire Loop-In/DTMF
3
ALL
WATCH NE 2-Wire Loop-In/DTMF
4
ALL
WATCH DE 2-Wire Loop-In/DTMF
5
ALL
Briefing
2-Wire Loop-In/DTMF
6
ALL
BACC S5 (TOT) 2-Wire Ring-In
7
ALL
BACC S5 (F/R) 2-Wire Ring-In
8
ALL
BACC S6 (TOT) 2-Wire Ring-In
9
ALL
BACC S6 (F/R) 2-Wire Ring-In
10
ALL
BACC S5_KBI (SAT) 2-Wire Ring-In
11
ALL
BACC S5_KBI (F/R) 2-Wire Ring-In
12
ALL
SMU APP
2-Wire Ring-In
13
ALL
HTY APP
2-Wire Ring-In
14
ALL
KBI TWR (F/R) 2-Wire Ring-In
15
ALL
KBI TWR (SAT) 2-Wire Ring-In
16
ALL
RAN TWR (F/R) 2-Wire Ring-In
17
ALL
RAN TWR (SAT) 2-Wire Ring-In
18
ALL
BGS
2-Wire Ring-In
19
ALL
SWALLO
2-Wire Ring-In
20
ALL
TEL. 5812
2-Wire Ring-In
21
ALL
2-Wire Ring-In
TEL. 5813
22
ALL
2-Wire Ring-In
TEL.5814
23
ALL
2-Wire Ring-In
TEL. 5818
24
ALL
2-Wire Ring-In
TEL. 5819
25
ALL
2-Wire Ring-In
TEL. 5820
26
ALL
2-Wire
Ring-In
TEL. 327-195
27
ALL
TEL. 327-269 2-Wire Ring-In
28
ALL
Crash phone 1 2-Wire Ring-In
29
ALL
Crash phone 2 2-Wire Ring-In
30
ALL
2-Wire Ring-In
MET
31
ALL
2-Wire Ring-In
AOT
32
ALL
FIRE
2-Wire Ring-In
33
ALL
Spare 1
2-Wire Ring-In
34
ALL
Spare 2
2-Wire Ring-In
35
ALL
Spare 3
2-Wire Ring-In
Call Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.5 : Phitsanulok Main (Fallback) Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
25
ALL
26
ALL
27
ALL
28
ALL
29
ALL
30
ALL
Connect to
WATCH CE
WATCH SE
WATCH NE
WATCH DE
Briefing
BACC S4
BACC S7
TAK TWR
SKT TWR
CTR APP
ATS 6709
ATS 7709
ATS 7715
ATS 7010
ATS 7016
H//L Dora
ICS 55988
TEL. 7000
TEL. 7015
TEL. 7016
TEL. 266-381
TEL. 301-425
MET
DOA
FIRE
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 5
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.6 : Huahin Main (Fallback) Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
25
ALL
26
ALL
27
ALL
28
ALL
29
ALL
30
ALL
Connect to
WATCH CE
WATCH SE
Briefing
BACC_S1
SBA
ATS 2412
TEL. 5200
TEL. 5201
TEL. 5291
TEL. 5292
TEL. 520-830
TEL. 522-097
Wing 53
MET
KPS
BUT
DOA
FIRE
B/O
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 5
Spare 6
Spare 7
Spare 8
Spare 9
Spare 10
Spare 11
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.7 : Tungmahamek CONTRA Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
Sector 1
2
Sector 1
3
Sector 1
4
Sector 1
5
Sector 2
6
Sector 2
7
Sector 3
8
Sector 3
9
Sector 3
10
Sector 4
11
Sector 4
12
Sector 4
13
Sector 4
14
TC1
15
Sector 1
16
Sector 1
17
Sector 1
18
Sector 1
19
Sector 1
20
Sector 1
21
Sector 1
22
Sector 1
23
Sector 2
24
Sector 2
25
Sector 2
26
Sector 2
27
Sector 2
28
Sector 2
29
Sector 2
30
Sector 2
31
Sector 3
32
Sector 3
33
Sector 3
34
Sector 3
35
Sector 3
36
Sector 3
37
Sector 3
38
Sector 3
39
Sector 4
40
Sector 4
41
Sector 4
42
Sector 4
43
Sector 4
44
Sector 4
45
Sector 4
46
Sector 4
47
Sector 4
48
Sector 4
49
Sector 5
50
Sector 5
51
Sector 5
52
Sector 5
Connect to
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_S
APP_W
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_S
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_N
APP_W
TD
DM1
SVB_FDO1
SVB_GND1
BUT_APP
HHN_APP
KPS
OSCAR_S1
PHN
DM2
SVB_FDO2
SVB_GND2
DSY
KRT_APP
OSCAR_S2
PHN
VTN_S
DM3
HHN_APP
SVB_FDO3
SVB_GND3
BUT_APP
OSCAR_S3
HCM
PHN
CMA_APP (SAT)
DM4
PSL_APP
SVB_FDO4
SVB_GND4
FAN
KPS_TWR
OSCAR_S4
TL
YGN4
HTY_APP (SAT)
KBI_APP
PUT_APP (DDN)
BGS_SRT2
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
Voice Call Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
Signaling
No. Working Positions
53
Sector 5
54
Sector 5
55
Sector 5
56
Sector 5
57
Sector 5
58
Sector 6
59
Sector 6
60
Sector 6
61
Sector 6
62
Sector 6
63
Sector 6
64
Sector 6
65
Sector 6
66
Sector 7
67
Sector 7
68
Sector 7
69
Sector 7
70
Sector 7
71
Sector 8
72
Sector 8
73
KKN Sector
74
KKN Sector
75
KKN Sector
76
KKN Sector
77
KKN Sector
78
KKN Sector
79
KKN Sector
80
KKN Sector
81
KKN Sector
82
KKN Sector
83
KKN Sector
84
KKN Sector
85
KKN Sector
86
UBL Sector
87
UBL Sector
88
UBL Sector
89
UBL Sector
90
UBL Sector
91
UBL Sector
92
UBL Sector
93
UBL Sector
94
UBL Sector
95
UBL Sector
96
UBL Sector
97
UBL Sector
98
SMU Sector
99
SMU Sector
100
SMU Sector
101
SMU Sector
102
SMU Sector
103
SMU Sector
104
SMU Sector
105
SMU Sector
106
SMU Sector
107
SMU Sector
Connect to
OSCAR_S5
KUL_5-1_DDN
KUL_5-4_DDN
PHN
YGN5
KBI_APP
HTY_APP (SAT)
PUT_APP (DDN)
BGS
HCM_S
KUL_6-1_DDN
KUL_6-5_DDN
PNH
CMA_APP (SAT)
PSL_APP
FOCAL
VTN_N
YGN7
PNH
VTN_S
KKN_TWR2
(SAT)
LOY_TWR
NKP_TWR
SKN_TWR
UDN_TWR
ASR_UDN
BHM
KRT_APP
OSC_APP
VTN_UD APP
Tel. 2005
Tel. 9611
Tel. 02-287-3181
BRM_TWR
NKR_TWR
ROT_TWR
UBL_TWR
ASR_UBL
KRT_APP
LON
OSC_APP
VTN_UB APP
Tel. 2006
Tel. 9612
Tel. 02-286-0095
CPN_TWR
HTY_TWR
NKS_TWR
PUT_TWR
SMU_TWR
STN_TWR
TRD_TWR
ASR_STN
BGS
BUT_APP
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
Signaling
No. Working Positions
108
SMU Sector
109
SMU Sector
110
SMU Sector
111
CTR Sector
112
CTR Sector
113
CTR Sector
114
CTR Sector
115
CTR Sector
116
CTR Sector
117
CTR Sector
118
CTR Sector
119
CTR Sector
120
Spare1
121
Spare2
122
Spare3
123
Spare4
124
Spare5
125
Spare6
126
Spare7
127
Spare8
128
Spare9
129
Spare10
130
Spare11
131
Spare12
132
Spare13
133
Spare14
134
Spare15
135
Spare16
Connect to
Tel. 2003
Tel. 9613
Tel. 02-286-0199
CTR_TWR
NAN_TWR
PAE_TWR
PCB_TWR
FAN
OSC_APP
Tel. 2008
Tel. 9614
Tel. 02-286-0224
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.8 : Chiangmai CONTRA Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
Connect to
BACC S4 (F/R)
BACC S4 (SAT)
BACC S7 (F/R)
BACC S7 (SAT)
TEL. 2603 ATS
TEL. 2605 ATS
TEL. 2611 ATS
TEL. 6760 ATS
TEL. 57507 RTAF
TEL. 57521 RTAF
TEL. 3034028
FAN
TEL. 4812
TEL. 4813
TEL. 4817
TEL. 4818
TEL. 277776
MET
AOT
FIRE
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.9 : Hatyai CONTRA Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
Connect to
BACC S5 (F/R)
BACC S6 (F/R)
SMU APP
PUT APP
KRABI APP
NTW TWR
TRN TWR
PT TWR
SKL TWR
BTW
RONDA1
RONDA2
SRT 63523
MET
AOT
TEL. 6812
TEL. 6817
TEL. 251-073
TEL. 474-570
FIRE
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.10 : Phuket CONTRA Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
Connect to
Briefing
BACC S5 (TOT)
BACC S5 (F/R)
BACC S6 (TOT)
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
BACC S5_KBI (SAT) 2-Wire
BACC S5_KBI (F/R) 2-Wire
SMU APP
2-Wire
HTY APP
2-Wire
KBI TWR (F/R)
2-Wire
KBI TWR (SAT) 2-Wire
RAN TWR (F/R) 2-Wire
2-Wire
RAN TWR (SAT)
BGS
2-Wire
SWALLO
2-Wire
TEL. 5812
2-Wire
2-Wire
TEL. 5813
2-Wire
TEL. 5818
2-Wire
TEL. 5819
2-Wire
TEL. 327-195
FIRE
2-Wire
Spare1
2-Wire
Spare2
2-Wire
Spare3
2-Wire
Spare4
2-Wire
Call In
LoopIn/DTM
Ring-In
F
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Ring-Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.11 : Phitsanulok CONTRA Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
Connect to
Briefing
BACC S4
BACC S7
TAK TWR
SKT TWR
CTR APP
ATS 6709
ATS 7709
ATS 7715
ATS 7010
ATS 7016
H//L Dora
ICS 55988
TEL. 7000
TEL. 7015
TEL. 7016
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
TEL. 266-381 2-Wire
TEL. 301-425 2-Wire
2-Wire
MET
2-Wire
DOA
Spare1
2-Wire
Spare2
2-Wire
Spare3
2-Wire
Spare4
2-Wire
Call In
Loop-In/DTMF
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Ring-Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
APPENDIX 3.2.12 : Huahin CONTRA Telephone Channels Capacity Signaling
No. Working Positions
1
ALL
2
ALL
3
ALL
4
ALL
5
ALL
6
ALL
7
ALL
8
ALL
9
ALL
10
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
16
ALL
17
ALL
18
ALL
19
ALL
20
ALL
21
ALL
22
ALL
23
ALL
24
ALL
Connect to
WATCH CE
WATCH SE
Briefing
BACC_S1
SBA
ATS 2412
TEL. 5200
TEL. 5201
TEL. 5291
TEL. 5292
TEL. 520-830
TEL. 522-097
Wing 53
MET
KPS
BUT
DOA
FIRE
B/O
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 5
Type
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
2-Wire
Call In
Loop-In/DTMF
Loop-In/DTMF
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Ring-In
Call Out
Ring-Out
Ring-Out
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Loop-Out/DTMF
Remark
Telephone Set Interface
Telephone Set Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
PSTN & PABX Interface
3.3 Radio lines capacity of each site.
APPENDIX 3.3.1 : Tungmahamek Main (Fallback) Radio Channels Capacity Channel
Working Position
Frequency (MHz)
Connect to
MEDIA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1 Upper
SECTOR 1 Upper
SECTOR 1 Upper
SECTOR 1 Upper
SECTOR 1/1
SECTOR 1/1
SECTOR 1/1
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
120.5
120.5
120.5
120.5
120.5
256.6
256.6
256.6
256.6
VHF
VHF
UHF
UHF
133.3
133.3
133.3
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
135.5
135.5
135.5
135.5
135.5
285.5
285.5
285.5
285.5
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
HHN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
HHN RCAG
HHN RCAG
HHN RCAG
HHN RCAG
CPN RCAG
CPN RCAG
SMU RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
KRT RCAG
KRT RCAG
BRM RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
KRT RCAG
KRT RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
TRAT RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
NSW RCAG
NSW RCAG
PSL RCAG
KKN RCAG
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
SAT
F/R
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
SAT
F/R
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
SAT
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
F/R
F/R
DDN
Channel
Working Position
Frequency (MHz)
Connect to
MEDIA
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 4/1
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5 Upper
SECTOR 5 Upper
SECTOR 5 Upper
SECTOR 5 Upper
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
128.1
263.8
263.8
263.8
263.8
263.8
263.8
122.05
122.05
122.05
122.05
122.05
UHF
UHF
UHF
UHF
125.7
125.7
125.7
125.7
125.7
268.5
268.5
268.5
268.5
121.5
VHF
VHF
UHF
UHF
123.95
123.95
123.95
123.95
123.95
265.9
265.9
265.9
265.9
121.5
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
246.5
246.5
246.5
246.5
121.5
KKN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
NSW RCAG
NSW RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
F/R
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
SAT
DDN
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
KAN (RTAF) RCAG
KAN (RTAF) RCAG
KAN (TOT) RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KAN (RTAF) RCAG
KAN (RTAF) RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
CPN RCAG
PUT RCAG
PUT RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
PUT RCAG
PUT RCAG
Emergency SMU RCAG
SRT RCAG
SRT RCAG
SRT RCAG
SRT RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
NKS RCAG
HTY RCAG
HTY RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
HTY RCAG
HTY RCAG
Emergency SMU RCAG
DOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
LPN RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
LOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
Emergency INT RCAG
Channel
Working Position
Frequency (MHz)
Connect to
MEDIA
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7/1
SECTOR 7/1
SECTOR 7/1
SECTOR 7/1
SECTOR 7/1
SECTOR 7/1
SECTOR 7/1
SECTOR 7/1
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 5,6
Sector 5,6
Sector 1,3
Sector 2,8
SB CDC_S1
SB CDC_S1
SB CDC_S2
SB CDC_S2
SB CDC_S3
SB CDC_S3
SB CDC_S4
SB CDC_S4
121.5
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
UHF
UHF
UHF
UHF
133.9
133.9
133.9
133.9
133.9
268.5
268.5
268.5
268.5
121.5
121.5
121.5
243.0
243.0
132.05
132.05
124.1
124.1
122.75
122.75
Emergency UDN RCAG
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
F/R,SAT
F/R,SAT
F/R,SAT
F/R,SAT
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
125.7,123.95
125.7,123.95
120.5,135.5
133.1.133.9
120.8
120.8
133.8
133.8
135.8
135.8
128.7
128.7
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
LOY RCAG
LOY RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
LOY RCAG
LOY RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
ROI RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
Emergency UBL RCAG
Emergency Local Main
Emergency Local Stby
Emergency Local Main
Emergency Local Stby
F/C Main1
F/C Stby1
F/C Main2
F/C Stby2
Backup 1 Main
Backup 1 Stby
DM Backup 1
DM Backup 2
DM Backup 3
DM Backup 4
SB Backup 1
SB Backup 2
SB Backup 3
SB Backup 4
SB Backup 5
SB Backup 6
SMU Backup 1
SMU Backup 2
KMN Backup
UBL Backup
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
Channel
Working Position
Frequency (MHz)
Connect to
MEDIA
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
SMU APP
123.4
123.4
240.0
240.0
123.35
123.35
284.0
284.0
126.2
126.2
268.5
268.5
122.55
122.55
240.0
240.0
123.5
123.5
257.8
257.8
125.4
125.4
UHF
UHF
123.6
123.6
UHF
UHF
119.45
119.45
UHF
UHF
129.6
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
F/R
SAT
184
SMU APP
305.4
185
SMU APP
129.6
186
SMU APP
129.6
187
SMU APP
305.4
188
SMU APP
305.4
189
190
191
192
193
194
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
119.75
119.75
UHF
UHF
123.35
123.35
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
SMU APP RCAG
(Airport)
SMU APP RCAG
(Airport)
SMU APP RCAG
(Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG
(Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG
(Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG
(Khaophom)
NKS APP RCAG
NKS APP RCAG
NKS APP RCAG
NKS APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
SAT
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
Channel
Working Position
Frequency (MHz)
Connect to
MEDIA
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
FIAS Site1
FIAS Site1
FIAS Site2
FIAS Site2
FIAS Site3
FIAS Site3
FIAS Site4
FIAS Site4
FIAS Site5
FIAS Site5
FIAS Site6
FIAS Site6
FIAS Site7
FIAS Site7
FIAS Site8
FIAS Site8
FIAS Site9
FIAS Site9
FIAS Site10
FIAS Site10
FIAS Site11
FIAS Site11
FIAS Site12
FIAS Site12
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
240.0
240.0
118.6
118.6
UHF
UHF
120.05
120.05
257.8
257.8
120.25
120.25
UHF
UHF
120.1
120.1
UHF
UHF
126.7
126.7
UHF
UHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
Spare F1 Main
Spare F1 Stby
Spare F2 Main
Spare F2 Stby
Spare F3 Main
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
DDN
F/R
Channel
Working Position
Frequency (MHz)
Connect to
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
Spare F3 Stby
Spare F4 Main
Spare F4 Stby
Spare F5 Main
Spare F5 Stby
Spare F6 Main
Spare F6 Stby
Spare F7 Main
Spare F7 Stby
Spare F8 Main
Spare F8 Stby
Spare F9 Main
Spare F9 Stby
Spare F10 Main
Spare F10 Stby
Spare F11 Main
Spare F11 Stby
Spare F12 Main
Spare F12 Stby
MEDIA
APPENDIX 3.3.2 : Chiangmai Main (Fallback) Radio Channels Capacity Channel
Working Position
Frequency (MHz)
Connect to
MEDIA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
LPN Approach
LPN Approach
MST Approach
MST Approach
MHS Approach
MHS Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Area
Area
Area
Area
Approach Sector
All
All
All
All
All
All
121.900
121.900
275.800
275.800
118.100
118.100
236.600
236.600
129.600
129.600
305.400
305.400
129.600
129.600
305.400
305.400
119.300
119.300
120.650
120.650
126.200
126.200
127.200
301.500
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
INT-S7
UDN-S7
UBL-S8
KKN-S8
CTR-APP
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
RCAG INT
RCAG INT
RCAG INT
RCAG INT
RCAG LPN
RCAG LPN
RCAG MST
RCAG MST
RCAG MHS
RCAG MHS
CATIS
CATIS
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Flight Check
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
Copper
Copper
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
APPENDIX 3.3.3 : Hatyai Main (Fallback) Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Working Position
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
TRN Approach
TRN Approach
TRN Approach
PT Approach
PT Approach
PT Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Area
Approach Sector
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Frequency (MHz)
121.900
121.900
257.800
257.800
118.100
118.100
275.800
275.800
126.700
126.700
301.500
301.500
125.550
125.550
125.550
284.000
284.000
125.300
125.300
125.300
126.000
126.000
126.000
128.800
121.450
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
HTY-S6
SMU-APP
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 4
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
RCAG NTW
RCAG NTW
RCAG NTW
RCAG NTW
Local Main
RCAG TRN
RCAG TRN
Local Main
RCAG PT
RCAG PT
CATIS
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Flight Check
Emergency
Emergency
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
MEDIA
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
SAT
DDN,F/R
SAT
DDN,F/R
FIBER
SAT
DDN,F/R
FIBER
SAT
DDN,F/R
Copper
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
Copper
Copper
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
APPENDIX 3.3.4 : Phuket Main (Fallback) Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Working Position
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
KBI Approach
KBI Approach
KBI Approach
RAN Approach
RAN Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Area
Approach Sector
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
Frequency (MHz)
121.900
121.900
UHF
UHF
118.100
118.100
236.600
236.600
124.700
124.700
284.000
284.000
120.700
120.700
120.050
120.050
120.050
125.100
125.100
128.000
122.450
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
PUT-S5
SMU-APP
APP PUT SUB1
APP PUT SUB1
APP PUT SUB2
APP PUT SUB2
CDC
CDC
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
RCAG KBI
RCAG KBI
RCAG RAN
RCAG RAN
CATIS
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Flight Check
Emergency
Emergency
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
MEDIA
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
Copper
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
APPENDIX 3.3.5 : Phitsanulok Main (Fallback) Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Working Position
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
TAK Approach
TAK Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Frequency (MHz)
121.900
121.900
118.900
118.900
236.600
236.600
120.700
120.700
284.000
284.000
126.000
126.000
119.450
119.450
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
132.050
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 4
Spare 5
Spare 5
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
RCAG TAK
RCAG TAK
BACKUP Main
BACKUP Stby
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Flight Check Main
Flight Check Main
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
MEDIA
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
SAT
F/R
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
APPENDIX 3.3.6 : Huahin Main (Fallback) Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Working Position
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Area
Area
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Frequency (MHz)
121.900
121.900
122.700
122.700
UHF
UHF
126.200
126.200
236.600
236.600
120.500
VHF
133.000
133.000
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
132.050
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 4
Spare 5
Spare 5
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Offsite
S1_Upper
BACKUP Main
BACKUP Stby
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Flight Check Main
Flight Check Main
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
Main
Stby
MEDIA
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
APPENDIX 3.3.7 : Tungmahamek CONTRA Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Working Position
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 1
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 2
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 3
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 4
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 5
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
Frequency (MHz)
120.5
120.5
120.5
120.5
120.5
256.6
256.6
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
135.5
135.5
135.5
135.5
135.5
285.5
285.5
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
263.8
263.8
263.8
125.7
125.7
125.7
125.7
125.7
268.5
268.5
121.5
123.95
123.95
123.95
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
HHN RCAG
Local Main
KMN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
KRT RCAG
KRT RCAG
BRM RCAG
Local Main
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
KRT RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
TRAT RCAG
Local Main
KMN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
NSW RCAG
NSW RCAG
PSL RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
Local Main
NSW RCAG
KKN RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
CPN RCAG
PUT RCAG
PUT RCAG
SMU RCAG
PUT RCAG
Emergency SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
NKS RCAG
MEDIA
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
SAT
F/R
FIBER
DDN
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
FIBER
DDN
DDN
DDN
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
SAT
F/R
FIBER
DDN
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
F/R
F/R
DDN
F/R
FIBER
DDN
DDN
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
DDN
F/R
DDN
SAT
F/R
Channel
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
Working Position
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 6
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 7
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
SECTOR 8
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1-4
Sector 1,3
Sector 2,8
SB CDC_S1
SB CDC_S1
SB CDC_S2
SB CDC_S2
SB CDC_S3
SB CDC_S3
SB CDC_S4
SB CDC_S4
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
KKN APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
Frequency (MHz)
123.95
123.95
265.9
265.9
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
246.5
246.5
121.5
121.5
133.9
133.9
133.9
133.9
133.9
268.5
268.5
121.5
121.5
121.5
243.0
120.5,135.5
133.1.133.9
120.8
120.8
133.8
133.8
135.8
135.8
128.7
128.7
123.4
123.4
240.0
123.35
123.35
284.0
126.2
126.2
268.5
122.55
122.55
240.0
123.5
123.5
257.8
125.4
Connect to
HTY RCAG
HTY RCAG
SMU RCAG
HTY RCAG
DOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
LPN RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
LOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
UDN RCAG
Emergency INT RCAG
Emergency UDN RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
ROI RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
Emergency UBL RCAG
Emergency Local Main
Emergency Local Stby
Emergency Local Main
KMN Backup
UBL Backup
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
MEDIA
DDN
SAT
DDN
DDN
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
DDN
F/R
F/R
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
F/R
DDN
DDN
F/R
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
F/R
F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
DDN,F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
SAT
F/R
SAT
SAT
F/R
SAT
SAT
F/R
SAT
SAT
F/R
SAT
SAT
Channel
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
Working Position
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
UBL APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
SMU APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
CTR APP
FIAS Site1
FIAS Site2
FIAS Site3
FIAS Site4
FIAS Site5
FIAS Site6
FIAS Site7
FIAS Site8
FIAS Site9
FIAS Site10
FIAS Site11
FIAS Site12
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 5
Spare 6
Spare 7
Spare 8
Spare 9
Spare 10
Spare 11
Spare 12
Spare 13
Spare 14
Spare 15
Frequency (MHz)
125.4
123.6
123.6
119.45
119.45
129.6
129.6
305.4
119.75
119.75
123.35
123.35
240.0
118.6
118.6
120.05
120.05
257.8
120.25
120.25
120.1
120.1
126.7
126.7
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 5
Spare 6
Spare 7
Spare 8
Spare 9
Spare 10
Spare 11
Spare 12
Spare 13
Spare 14
Spare 14
Connect to
ROT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
NKS APP RCAG
NKS APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 5
Spare 6
Spare 7
Spare 8
Spare 9
Spare 10
Spare 11
Spare 12
Spare 13
Spare 14
Spare 14
MEDIA
F/R
SAT
F/R
F/R
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
F/R
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
DDN
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
APPENDIX 3.3.8 : Chiangmai CONTRA Radio Channels Capacity Channel Working Position
1
Approach
2
Approach
3
Approach
4
Approach
5
Approach
6
Approach
7
LPN Approach
8
LPN Approach
9
MST Approach
10
MST Approach
11
MHS Approach
12
MHS Approach
13
All
14
All
15
Spare 1
16
Spare 1
17
Spare 2
18
Spare 2
19
Spare 3
20
Spare 3
Frequency (MHz)
129.600
129.600
305.400
129.600
129.600
305.400
119.300
119.300
120.650
120.650
126.200
126.200
121.500
243.000
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
RCAG INT
RCAG INT
RCAG INT
RCAG LPN
RCAG LPN
RCAG MST
RCAG MST
RCAG MHS
RCAG MHS
Emergency
Emergency
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
MEDIA
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
SAT
DDN
SAT
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
SAT
DDN
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
APPENDIX 3.3.9 : Hatyai CONTRA Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Working Position
Approach
Approach
Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
TRN Approach
TRN Approach
PT Approach
PT Approach
All
All
All
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Frequency (MHz)
126.700
126.700
301.500
125.550
125.550
125.550
284.000
125.300
125.300
126.000
126.000
121.450
121.500
243.000
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Main
RCAG NTW
RCAG NTW
RCAG NTW
RCAG TRN
RCAG TRN
RCAG PT
RCAG PT
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
MEDIA
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
SAT
DDN,F/R
SAT
SAT
DDN,F/R
SAT
DDN,F/R
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
APPENDIX 3.3.10 : Phuket CONTRA Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Working Position
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
KBI Approach
KBI Approach
KBI Approach
RAN Approach
RAN Approach
All
All
All
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Frequency (MHz)
124.700
124.700
284.000
284.000
120.700
120.700
120.050
120.050
120.050
125.100
125.100
122.450
121.500
243.000
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
RCAG KBI
RCAG KBI
RCAG RAN
RCAG RAN
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
MEDIA
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
DDN
F/R
SAT
F/R
SAT
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
FIBER
APPENDIX 3.3.11 : Phitsanulok CONTRA Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Working Position
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
TAK Approach
TAK Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Approach
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Frequency (MHz)
120.700
120.700
284.000
284.000
126.000
126.000
119.450
119.450
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
132.050
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
RCAG TAK
RCAG TAK
BACKUP Main
BACKUP Stby
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Flight Check Main
Flight Check Main
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
MEDIA
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
SAT
F/R
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
APPENDIX 3.3.12 : Huahin Main CONTRA Radio Channels Capacity Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Working Position
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Area
Area
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
Frequency (MHz)
126.200
126.200
236.600
236.600
120.500
VHF
133.000
133.000
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
132.050
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Connect to
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Offsite
S1_Upper
BACKUP Main
BACKUP Stby
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Flight Check Main
Flight Check Main
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
Local Main
Local Stby
MEDIA
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
Copper
APPENDIX 3.4 : Headsets and Handsets (provided and modification work)
Location
Main and Fallback System
Provided
Tungmahamek
Chiangmai
Hatyai
Phuket
Phitsanulok
Huahin
Equal to Provided Working Positions
Equal to Provided Working Positions
Equal to Provided Working Positions
Equal to Provided Working Positions
Equal to Provided Working Positions
Equal to Provided Working Positions
Remark : Modify only Headset
CONTRA
Modify
Provided
200 sets Equal to Provided Working Positions
12 sets Equal to Provided Working Positions
50 sets Equal to Provided Working Positions
18 sets Equal to Provided Working Positions
38 sets Equal to Provided Working Positions
45 sets Equal to Provided Working Positions
Modify
20 sets
8 sets
8 sets
8 sets
8 sets
5 sets
3.5 Recording Channels capacity of each site.
APPENDIX 3.5.1 : Tungmahamek Main (Fallback) Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 464ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC1
PC1
EC2
PC2
EC3
PC3
EC4
PC4
EC5
PC5
EC6
PC6
EC7
PC7
EC8
PC8
EC9
PC9
EC10
PC10
EC11
PC11
EC12
PC12
EC13
PC13
EC14
PC14
EC15
PC15
EC16
PC16
TACTSUP1
TACTSUP2
TACTSUP3
EC1
PC1
EC2
PC2
EC3
PC3
EC4
PC4
EC5
PC5
EC6
PC6
TACTSUP
Detail
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Connect to
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Channel
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
CH Name
OPSUP
TECHSUP
ASM
CMAC
EO1
EO2
MTN1
MTN2
TACTSUP*
AMAN1*
AMAN2*
AMAN3*
EC7*
PC7*
EC8*
PC8*
EC9*
PC9*
EC10*
PC10*
AMAN1*
AMAN2*
FISL1*
FISL2*
FISL3*
FISL4*
ASM*
FM1*
FM2*
FM3*
ATFM*
SPARE POSITION
120.5
120.5
120.5
120.5
120.5
256.6
256.6
256.6
256.6
VHF
VHF
UHF
UHF
133.3
133.3
133.3
133.1
133.1
133.1
Detail
Operation
Operation
Operation
Pre-tactical
Maint
Maint
Maint
Maint
Area (Option)
Area (Option)
Area (Option)
Area (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Approach (Option)
Operation (Option)
Operation (Option)
Operation (Option)
Operation (Option)
Operation (Option)
Pre-tactical (Option)
Pre-tactical (Option)
Pre-tactical (Option)
Pre-tactical (Option)
SPARE
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
HHN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
HHN RCAG
HHN RCAG
HHN RCAG
HHN RCAG
CPN RCAG
CPN RCAG
SMU RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KKN RCAG
Connect to
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Channel
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
CH Name
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
135.5
135.5
135.5
135.5
135.5
285.5
285.5
285.5
285.5
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
263.8
263.8
263.8
263.8
263.8
263.8
122.05
122.05
122.05
122.05
122.05
UHF
UHF
UHF
UHF
125.7
125.7
125.7
125.7
125.7
268.5
Detail
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
KRT RCAG
KRT RCAG
BRM RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
KRT RCAG
KRT RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
TRAT RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
NSW RCAG
NSW RCAG
PSL RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
NSW RCAG
NSW RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KAN (RTAF) RCAG
KAN (RTAF) RCAG
KAN (TOT) RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KAN (RTAF) RCAG
KAN (RTAF) RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
CPN RCAG
PUT RCAG
PUT RCAG
SMU RCAG
Connect to
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Channel
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
CH Name
268.5
268.5
268.5
121.5
VHF
VHF
UHF
UHF
123.95
123.95
123.95
123.95
123.95
265.9
265.9
265.9
265.9
121.5
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
246.5
246.5
246.5
246.5
121.5
121.5
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
UHF
UHF
UHF
UHF
133.9
133.9
133.9
133.9
133.9
268.5
268.5
268.5
268.5
121.5
121.5
121.5
243.0
Detail
SMU RCAG
PUT RCAG
PUT RCAG
Emergency SMU RCAG
SRT RCAG
SRT RCAG
SRT RCAG
SRT RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
NKS RCAG
HTY RCAG
HTY RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
HTY RCAG
HTY RCAG
Emergency SMU RCAG
DOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
LPN RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
LOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
Emergency INT RCAG
Emergency UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
LOY RCAG
LOY RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
LOY RCAG
LOY RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
ROI RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
Emergency UBL RCAG
Emergency Local Main
Emergency Local Stby
Emergency Local Main
Connect to
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Channel
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
CH Name
243.0
132.05
132.05
124.1
124.1
122.75
122.75
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
120.5,133.1,135.5,128.1
125.7,123.95
125.7,123.95
120.5,135.5
133.1.133.9
120.8
120.8
133.8
133.8
135.8
135.8
128.7
128.7
123.4
123.4
240.0
240.0
123.35
123.35
284.0
284.0
126.2
126.2
268.5
268.5
122.55
122.55
240.0
240.0
123.5
123.5
257.8
257.8
125.4
125.4
Detail
Emergency Local Stby
F/C Main1
F/C Stby1
F/C Main2
F/C Stby2
Backup 1 Main
Backup 1 Stby
DM Backup 1
DM Backup 2
DM Backup 3
DM Backup 4
SB Backup 1
SB Backup 2
SB Backup 3
SB Backup 4
SB Backup 5
SB Backup 6
SMU Backup 1
SMU Backup 2
KMN Backup
UBL Backup
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
Connect to
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Channel
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
CH Name
UHF
UHF
123.6
123.6
UHF
UHF
119.45
119.45
UHF
UHF
129.6
305.4
129.6
129.6
305.4
305.4
119.75
119.75
UHF
UHF
123.35
123.35
240.0
240.0
118.6
118.6
UHF
UHF
120.05
120.05
257.8
257.8
120.25
120.25
UHF
UHF
120.1
120.1
UHF
UHF
126.7
126.7
UHF
UHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
Detail
ROT APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
SMU APP RCAG (Airport)
SMU APP RCAG (Airport)
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
NKS APP RCAG
NKS APP RCAG
NKS APP RCAG
NKS APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
Connect to
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Channel
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
CH Name
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_S
APP_W
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_S
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_N
APP_W
APP_N
Detail
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
Spare F1 Main
Spare F1 Stby
Spare F2 Main
Spare F2 Stby
Spare F3 Main
Spare F3 Stby
Spare F4 Main
Spare F4 Stby
Spare F5 Main
Spare F5 Stby
Spare F6 Main
Spare F6 Stby
Spare F7 Main
Spare F7 Stby
Spare F8 Main
Spare F8 Stby
Spare F9 Main
Spare F9 Stby
Spare F10 Main
Spare F10 Stby
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Connect to
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Channel
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
CH Name
APP_S
APP_W
FD
FDO
H/L SUP N
H/L SUP S
H/L SUP APP
9120
9121
6794217
29106
9065
9111
9112
29105
5355991
2878456
2874391
9471
9472
9473
9474
9475
9476
9477
9478
9479*
9480*
9481*
9482*
9483*
9484*
9485*
9486*
02-287-4681
02-287-4682
02-287-4683
02-287-4684
02-287-4685
02-287-4686
02-287-4687
02-287-4688
02-287-4689*
02-287-4690*
02-287-4691*
02-287-4692*
02-287-4693*
02-287-4694*
02-287-4695*
02-287-4696*
ATS1
Detail
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Approach
CE.SE.
CE.SE.
CE.SE.
CE.SE.
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Connect
to
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Channel
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
CH Name
ATS2
ATS3
ATS4
ATS5
ATS6
ATS7
ATS8
ATS9*
ATS10*
ATS11*
ATS12*
ATS13*
ATS14*
ATS15*
ATS16*
2003
2005
2006
2008
20xx
20xx
8611
8612
8613
8614
86xx
86xx
9611
9612
9613
9614
9615
96xx
96xx
9695
Tel. 02-287-3181
Tel. 02-286-0095
Tel. 02-286-0199
Tel. 02-286-0224
Tel. 02-286-xxxx
Tel. 02-286-xxxx
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Spare5
Spare6
Spare7
Spare8
Spare9
Spare10
Detail
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
Connect
to
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
Channel
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
CH Name
Spare11
Spare12
Spare13
Spare14
Spare15
Spare16
Spare17
Spare18
Detail
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
Connect to
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
APPENDIX 3.5.2 : Chiangmai Main (Fallback)Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 96ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1
EC APP 2
EC APP 3
PC APP 1
PC APP 2
PC APP 3
EC TWR 1
EC TWR 2
PC TWR 1
PC TWR 2
AMAN
TS APP
TS TWR
MTN 1
MTN 2
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
121.900
121.900
275.800
275.800
118.100
118.100
236.600
236.600
129.600
129.600
305.400
305.400
129.600
129.600
305.400
305.400
119.300
119.300
120.650
120.650
126.200
126.200
127.200
301.500
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
Flight Check
Radio Backup Tower
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
Tower
Maint
Maint
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
LPN Approach
LPN Approach
MST Approach
MST Approach
MHS Approach
MHS Approach
ATIS
ATIS
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Approach
Backup
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Channel
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
CH Name
Radio Backup Approach
BACC S4 (F/R)
BACC S4 (SAT)
BACC S7 (F/R)
BACC S7 (SAT)
2603 ATS
2605 ATS
2611 ATS
6760 ATS
57507 RTAF
57521 RTAF
02-3034028
4812
4813
4817
4818
4199
4822
4833
4835
2W-PABX
277776
INTERCOM ( APP <--> TWR )
Hotline AOT )
TEL. Crash Phone Wing411
MET
AOT
FIRE
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
SPARE 4
SPARE 5
SPARE 6
SPARE 7
SPARE 8
SPARE 9
SPARE 10
SPARE 11
SPARE 12
SPARE 13
SPARE 14
SPARE 15
SPARE 16
SPARE 17
SPARE 18
SPARE 19
SPARE 20
Detail
Backup
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Remark
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
APPENDIX 3.5.3 : Hatyai Main (Fallback) Voice Record Channels Capacity (at least 96ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1
EC APP 2
EC APP 3
PC APP 1
PC APP 2
PC APP 3
EC TWR 1
EC TWR 2
PC TWR 1
PC TWR 2
AMAN
TS APP
TS TWR
MTN 1
MTN 2
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
121.900
121.900
257.800
257.800
118.100
118.100
275.800
275.800
126.700
126.700
301.500
301.500
125.550
125.550
125.550
284.000
284.000
125.300
125.300
125.300
126.000
126.000
126.000
128.800
133.300
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
Tower
Maint
Maint
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
TRN Approach
TRN Approach
TRN Approach
PT Approach
PT Approach
PT Approach
ATIS
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Approach
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Channel
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
CH Name
Radio Backup Tower
Radio Backup Approach
BACC S5 (F/R)
BACC S5 (SAT)
BACC S6 (F/R)
BACC S6 (SAT)
SMU APP
PUT APP
KRABI APP
NTW TWR
TRN TWR
PT TWR
SKL TWR
BTW
RONDA1
RONDA2
SRT 63523
SRT 63525
TEL. 6812
TEL. 6813
TEL. 6817
TEL. 6818
TEL. 6833
TEL. 251-073
TEL. 251-074
TEL. 474-570
TEL. 474-572
FIRE
AOT
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
SPARE 4
SPARE 5
SPARE 6
SPARE 7
SPARE 8
SPARE 9
SPARE 10
SPARE 11
SPARE 12
SPARE 13
SPARE 14
SPARE 15
SPARE 16
SPARE 17
SPARE 18
SPARE 19
Detail
Tower
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Remark
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
APPENDIX 3.5.4 : Phuket Main (Fallback) Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 96ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1
EC APP 2
EC APP 3
PC APP 1
PC APP 2
PC APP 3
EC TWR 1
EC TWR 2
PC TWR 1
PC TWR 2
AMAN
TS APP
TS TWR
MTN 1
MTN 2
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
121.900
121.900
UHF
UHF
118.100
118.100
236.600
236.600
124.700
124.700
284.000
284.000
120.700
120.700
120.050
120.050
120.050
125.100
125.100
128.000
122.450
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
APP PUT SUB1
APP PUT SUB1
APP PUT SUB2
APP PUT SUB2
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
Tower
Maint
Maint
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
KBI Approach
KBI Approach
KBI Approach
RAN Approach
RAN Approach
ATIS
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Channel
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
CH Name
CDC
CDC
Radio Backup Tower
Radio Backup Approach
Briefing
BACC S5 (TOT)
BACC S5 (F/R)
BACC S6 (TOT)
BACC S6 (F/R)
BACC S5_KBI (SAT)
BACC S5_KBI (F/R)
SMU APP
HTY APP
KBI TWR (F/R)
KBI TWR (SAT)
RAN TWR (F/R)
RAN TWR (SAT)
BGS
SWALLO
TEL. 5812
TEL. 5813
TEL.5814
TEL. 5818
TEL. 5819
TEL. 5820
TEL. 327-195
TEL. 327-269
Crash phone 1
Crash phone 2
FIRE
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
SPARE 4
SPARE 5
SPARE 6
SPARE 7
SPARE 8
SPARE 9
SPARE 10
SPARE 11
SPARE 12
SPARE 13
SPARE 14
SPARE 15
SPARE 16
SPARE 17
SPARE 18
Detail
Approach
Approach
Tower
Approach
All
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Tower
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Remark
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
APPENDIX 3.5.5 : Phitsanulok Main (Fallback) Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 72ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1
EC APP 2
PC APP 1
PC APP 2
EC TWR 1
EC TWR 2
PC TWR 1
PC TWR 2
TS APP
TS TWR
MTN 1
MTN 2
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
121.900
121.900
118.900
118.900
236.600
236.600
120.700
120.700
284.000
284.000
126.000
126.000
119.450
119.450
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
132.050
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Radio Backup Tower
Radio Backup Approach
Briefing
BACC S4
BACC S7
TAK TWR
SKT TWR
CTR APP
ATS 6709
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Tower
Approach
Tower
Maint
Maint
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
TAK Approach
TAK Approach
BACKUP
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
Tower
Approach
All
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Channel
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
CH Name
ATS 7709
ATS 7715
ATS 7010
ATS 7016
H//L Dora
ICS 55988
TEL. 7000
TEL. 7015
TEL. 7016
TEL. 266-381
TEL. 301-425
MET
DOA
FIRE
SPARE1
SPARE2
SPARE3
SPARE4
SPARE5
SPARE6
SPARE7
SPARE8
SPARE9
SPARE10
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Remark
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
APPENDIX 3.5.6 : Huahin Main (Fallback)Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 72ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1
EC APP 2
PC APP 1
PC APP 2
EC TWR 1
EC TWR 2
PC TWR 1
PC TWR 2
TS APP
TS TWR
MTN 1
MTN 2
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
121.900
121.900
122.700
122.700
UHF
UHF
126.200
126.200
236.600
236.600
120.500
VHF S1_Upper
133.000
133.000
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
132.050
Spare 1
Spare 1
Spare 2
Spare 2
Spare 3
Spare 3
Spare 4
Spare 4
Spare 5
Spare 5
BACC_S1
SBA
ATS 2412
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Tower
Approach
Tower
Maint
Maint
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
Ground
Ground
Local
Local
Local
Local
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Area
Area
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Approach
Approach
Approach
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Channel
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
CH Name
TEL. 5200
TEL. 5201
TEL. 5291
TEL. 5292
TEL. 5205
TEL. 5206
TEL. 520-830
TEL. 522-097
Wing 53
MET
KPS
BUT
DOA
FIRE
B/O
H/L APP-TWR CH1
H/L APP-TWR CH2
SPARE1
SPARE2
SPARE3
SPARE4
SPARE5
SPARE6
SPARE7
Detail
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
Approach
All
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Remark
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
APPENDIX 3.5.7 : Tungmahamek CONTRA Voice Record Channels Capacity (at least 224 ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
D1
R1
D2
R2
D3
R3
D4
R4
D5
R5
D6
R6
D1
R1
D2
R2
D3
R3
D4
R4
A-man
A-man
FIS1
FIS2
OPSUP1
OPSUP2
OPSUP3
Tech SUP
TS1
TS2
TS3
CMAC
MAINT1
120.5
120.5
120.5
120.5
120.5
256.6
256.6
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
133.1
Detail
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
HHN RCAG
Local Main
KMN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
KRT RCAG
KRT RCAG
Connect to
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Channel
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
CH Name
133.1
285.3
285.3
285.3
285.3
135.5
135.5
135.5
135.5
135.5
285.5
285.5
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
128.1
263.8
263.8
263.8
125.7
125.7
125.7
125.7
125.7
268.5
268.5
121.5
123.95
123.95
123.95
123.95
123.95
265.9
265.9
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
132.1
246.5
246.5
121.5
121.5
133.9
133.9
133.9
133.9
Detail
BRM RCAG
Local Main
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
KRT RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
KMN RCAG
KMN RCAG
TRAT RCAG
Local Main
KMN RCAG
Local Main
Local Stby
NSW RCAG
NSW RCAG
PSL RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
Local Main
NSW RCAG
KKN RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
CPN RCAG
PUT RCAG
PUT RCAG
SMU RCAG
PUT RCAG
Emergency SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
SMU RCAG
NKS RCAG
HTY RCAG
HTY RCAG
SMU RCAG
HTY RCAG
DOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
LPN RCAG
UDN RCAG
UDN RCAG
LOI RCAG
DOI RCAG
UDN RCAG
Emergency INT RCAG
Emergency UDN RCAG
KKN RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
UBL RCAG
Connect to
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Channel
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
CH Name
133.9
268.5
268.5
121.5
121.5
121.5
243.0
120.5,135.5
133.1.133.9
120.8
120.8
133.8
133.8
135.8
135.8
128.7
128.7
123.4
123.4
240.0
123.35
123.35
284.0
126.2
126.2
268.5
122.55
122.55
240.0
123.5
123.5
257.8
125.4
125.4
123.6
123.6
119.45
119.45
129.6
129.6
305.4
119.75
119.75
123.35
123.35
240.0
118.6
118.6
120.05
120.05
257.8
Detail
ROI RCAG
KKN RCAG
UBL RCAG
Emergency UBL RCAG
Emergency Local Main
Emergency Local Stby
Emergency Local Main
KMN Backup
UBL Backup
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
CDC SB Main
CDC SB Stby
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
KKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
SKN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
UDN APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
LOY APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
UBL APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
ROT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
KRT APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
BRM APP RCAG
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
SMU APP RCAG (Khaophom)
NKS APP RCAG
NKS APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
STN APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
TRAT APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
CTR APP RCAG
Connect to
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Channel
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
CH Name
120.25
120.25
120.1
120.1
126.7
126.7
FIAS Site1
FIAS Site2
FIAS Site3
FIAS Site4
FIAS Site5
FIAS Site6
FIAS Site7
FIAS Site8
FIAS Site9
FIAS Site10
FIAS Site11
FIAS Site12
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_S
APP_W
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_S
APP_E1
APP_E2
APP_N
APP_W
APP_N
APP_S
APP_W
TEL.Maint1
TEL.Maint2
TEL.Sector1
TEL.Sector2
TEL.Sector3
TEL.Sector4
TEL.Sector5
TEL.Sector6
2003
2005
2006
2008
9611
9612
9613
9614
Tel. 02-287-3181
Detail
NAN APP RCAG
NAN APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PAE APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
PCB APP RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
RCAG
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Area
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Connect to
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio Channel Record
Radio
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Channel
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
CH Name
Tel. 02-286-0095
Tel. 02-286-0199
Tel. 02-286-0224
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Spare5
Spare6
Spare7
Spare8
Spare9
Spare10
Spare11
Spare12
Spare13
Spare14
Spare15
Spare16
Spare17
Spare18
Spare19
Spare20
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Spare5
Spare6
Spare7
Spare8
Spare9
Spare10
Spare11
Spare12
Spare13
Spare14
Spare15
Spare16
Spare17
Spare18
Spare19
Spare20
Connect
to
Telephone
Channel
Record
Telephone Channel
Record
Telephone
Channel
Record
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Spare5
Spare6
Spare7
Spare8
Spare9
Spare10
Spare11
Spare12
Spare13
Spare14
Spare15
Spare16
Spare17
Spare18
Spare19
Spare20
APPENDIX 3.5.8 : Chiangmai CONTRA Voice Record Channels Capacity (at least 48 ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1/TRN 1
EC APP 2/TRN 2
PC APP 1/TRN 3
PC APP 2/TRN 4
FDO 1/PSP 1
FDO 2/PSP 2
FDO 3/PSP 3
FDO 4/PSP 4
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
129.600
129.600
305.400
129.600
129.600
305.400
119.300
119.300
120.650
120.650
126.200
126.200
121.500
243.000
BACC S4 (F/R)
BACC S4 (SAT)
BACC S7 (F/R)
BACC S7 (SAT)
2603 ATS
2605 ATS
2611 ATS
6760 ATS
57507 RTAF
57521 RTAF
02-3034028
FAN
4812
4813
4817
4818
277776
MET
AOT
FIRE
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
LPN Approach
LPN Approach
MST Approach
MST Approach
MHS Approach
MHS Approach
All
All
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
APPENDIX 3.5.9 : Hatyai CONTRA Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 48 ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1/TRN 1
EC APP 2/TRN 2
PC APP 1/TRN 3
PC APP 2/TRN 4
FDO 1/PSP 1
FDO 2/PSP 2
FDO 3/PSP 3
FDO 4/PSP 4
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
126.700
126.700
301.500
125.550
125.550
125.550
284.000
125.300
125.300
126.000
126.000
121.450
121.500
243.000
BACC S5 (F/R)
BACC S6 (F/R)
SMU APP
PUT APP
KRABI APP
NTW TWR
TRN TWR
PT TWR
SKL TWR
BTW
RONDA1
RONDA2
SRT 63523
MET
AOT
TEL. 6812
TEL. 6817
TEL. 251-073
TEL. 474-570
FIRE
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
Approach
Approach
Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
NTW Approach
TRN Approach
TRN Approach
PT Approach
PT Approach
All
All
All
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Approach
All
All
All
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
APPENDIX 3.5.10 : Phuket CONTRA Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 48 ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1/TRN 1
EC APP 2/TRN 2
PC APP 1/TRN 3
PC APP 2/TRN 4
FDO 1/PSP 1
FDO 2/PSP 2
FDO 3/PSP 3
FDO 4/PSP 4
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
124.700
124.700
284.000
284.000
120.700
120.700
120.050
120.050
120.050
125.100
125.100
122.450
121.500
243.000
Briefing
BACC S5 (TOT)
BACC S5 (F/R)
BACC S6 (TOT)
BACC S5_KBI (SAT)
BACC S5_KBI (F/R)
SMU APP
HTY APP
KBI TWR (F/R)
KBI TWR (SAT)
RAN TWR (F/R)
RAN TWR (SAT)
BGS
SWALLO
TEL. 5812
TEL. 5813
TEL. 5818
TEL. 5819
TEL. 327-195
FIRE
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
KBI Approach
KBI Approach
KBI Approach
RAN Approach
RAN Approach
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
All
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
Tower
All
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
APPENDIX 3.5.11 : Phitsanulok CONTRA Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 48 ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1/TRN 1
EC APP 2/TRN 2
PC APP 1/TRN 3
PC APP 2/TRN 4
FDO 1/PSP 1
FDO 2/PSP 2
FDO 3/PSP 3
FDO 4/PSP 4
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
120.700
120.700
284.000
284.000
126.000
126.000
119.450
119.450
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
132.050
Briefing
BACC S4
BACC S7
TAK TWR
SKT TWR
CTR APP
ATS 6709
ATS 7709
ATS 7715
ATS 7010
ATS 7016
H//L Dora
ICS 55988
TEL. 7000
TEL. 7015
TEL. 7016
TEL. 266-381
TEL. 301-425
MET
DOA
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
TAK Approach
TAK Approach
BACKUP
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Approach
Approach
All
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
All
All
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
APPENDIX 3.5.12 : Huahin CONTRA Voice Record Channels Capacity
(at least 48 ch/recorder)
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CH Name
EC APP 1/TRN 1
EC APP 2/TRN 2
PC APP 1/TRN 3
PC APP 2/TRN 4
FDO 1/PSP 1
FDO 2/PSP 2
FDO 3/PSP 3
FDO 4/PSP 4
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
126.200
126.200
236.600
236.600
120.500
VHF S1_Upper
133.000
133.000
121.500
121.500
243.000
243.000
132.050
132.050
BACC_S1
SBA
ATS 2412
TEL. 5200
TEL. 5201
TEL. 5291
TEL. 5292
TEL. 5205
TEL. 5206
TEL. 520-830
TEL. 522-097
Wing 53
MET
KPS
BUT
DOA
FIRE
B/O
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Spare5
Spare6
Detail
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Area
Area
BACKUP
BACKUP
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Emergency
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Approach
Tower
Tower
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
All
Approach
All
Approach
Approach
All
All
All
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Spare5
Spare6
Remark
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Position Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Radio Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Telephone Record
Spare1
Spare2
Spare3
Spare4
Spare5
Spare6
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