USER`S MANUAL FOR TTG-7000 TCAS\TRANSPONDER RF

USER`S MANUAL FOR TTG-7000 TCAS\TRANSPONDER RF
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1. OVERVIEW 5 2. HARDWARE 8 12 3. TOUCHSCREEN APPLICATION 3.1. MAIN MENU 3.1.1. SYSTEM MENU 3.1.1.1. Software Update Menu 3.1.1.2. Network Connections Menu 3.1.1.3. 429 Configuration Menu 3.1.2. TCAS MAIN MENU 3.1.2.1. TCAS Settings Menu 3.1.2.2. Own Aircraft Menu 3.1.2.3. TCAS Receiver Menu 3.1.2.3.1. TCAS Receiver Filtered Masked Menu 3.1.2.3.2. TCAS Receiver Highlight Masked Menu 3.1.2.4. TCAS Transmitter Menu 3.1.2.4.1. RTCA/DO-260 Tests 3.1.2.4.2. Block Transmission 3.1.2.5. TCAS Scenario Menu 3.1.2.5.1. Static Mode S TCAS Only Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.1.1. Coordination Message Menu 3.1.2.5.1.2. Broadcast Message 3.1.2.5.1.3. Coordination Replies (DF16 Replies) 3.1.2.5.1.4. UF0 Messages 3.1.2.5.2. Dynamic Mode S TCAS Only Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.3. Static Mode C Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.4. Dynamic Mode C Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.5. Static Mode S Extended Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.5.1. Mode S Squitter Definition 3.1.2.5.5.2. Position Squitter Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.5.3. Velocity Squitter Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.5.4. Ident Squitter Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.5.5. BDS Register Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.6. Dynamic Mode S Extended Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.7. Static TIS‐B Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.8. Dynamic TIS‐B Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.9. Static ADS‐R Definition Menu 3.1.2.5.10. Dynamic ADS‐R Definition Menu TTG‐7000User’sManual
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3.1.2.5.11. TCAS Display Menu 3.1.2.5.12. TCAS Ground Station Menu 3.1.2.5.13. TCAS ATCRBS Pulse Information Menu 3.1.2.5.14. TCAS Mode S Pulse Information Menu 3.1.2.5.15. TCAS Video Blocks Menu 3.1.2.6. TCAS ATE Line Menu 3.1.2.7. TCAS Chamber Mode Menu 3.1.2.8. Measurement Menu 3.1.3. TRANSPONDER MENU 3.1.3.1. Transponder Settings 3.1.3.2. Transponder Test (Single Interrogation 3.1.3.3. Transponder Mode A Menu 3.1.3.4. Transponder Mode C Menu 3.1.3.5. Transponder Mode A All‐Call Menu 3.1.3.6. Transponder Mode C All‐Call Menu 3.1.3.7. Transponder Mode A/Mode S All‐Call Menu 3.1.3.8. Transponder Mode C/Mode S All‐Call Menu 3.1.3.9. Transponder Mode S Menu 3.1.3.10. Transponder Test (Double Interrogation Mode) 3.1.4 UAT MENU 3.1.4.1. UAT Settings 3.1.4.2. UAT Receiver Menu 3.1.4.3 UAT Receiving Station Menu 3.1.4.3. UAT Scenario Menu 3.1.4.4.1 UAT Target Definition Menu 3.2. HOW TO … 3.2.1. HOW TO CHANGE GPIB ADDRESS 3.2.2. HOW TO CHANGE TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY 3.2.3. HOW TO SET A SCOPE OUTPUT 3.2.4. HOW TO PROGRAM DSP SOFTWARE OR FPGA FIRMWARE 3.2.5. HOW TO INSTALL THE TTG‐7000C RF AMPLIFIER 3.2.6. HOW TO ENTER OWN AIRCRAFT INFORMATION 3.2.7. HOW TO SETUP A STATIC ATCRBS INTRUDER 3.2.8. HOW TO SETUP A DYNAMIC ATCRBS INTRUDER 3.2.9. HOW TO SETUP A STATIC MODE S INTRUDER 3.2.10. HOW TO SETUP A DYNAMIC MODE S INTRUDER 3.2.11. HOW TO SETUP A STATIC MODE S EXTENDED INTRUDER 3.2.12. HOW TO SETUP A DYNAMIC MODE S EXTENDED INTRUDER 115 117 120 122 124 130 132 135 139 140 142 145 147 149 151 153 155 157 159 163 164 166 168 170 172 180 180 180 180 180 181 181 181 183 184 186 187 189 4. REMOTE CONNECTION (VNC) 192 TTG‐7000User’sManual
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1. Overview
The TTG-7000 TCAS\Transponder RF Generator is a test set that can be used to perform RF
test of a TCAS, Transponder or UAT system. The TTG-7000 contains two Receivers
(Top/Bottom), six Transmitters (6 with pulse modulation capability and three with BPSK
capability for UF interrogations), and an Antenna Simulator.
The TTG-7000 was designed to allow operators to perform most DO-185, DO-181, DO-260,
and DO-300 tests.
The TTG-7000 has the capability of simulating ATCRBS, Mode S Only, Mode S Extended
(ADS-B), and ADS-B Only (DF18) aircrafts. The test set can simulate up to 32 dynamic
intruders and 568 static intruders.
The TTG-7000 can be controlled from the front panel touch screen display or via commands
from USB, GPIB, or TCP/IP.
The TTG-7000 test set performs special software applications not shown in this document that
are Customer specific.
TTG-7000 Specifications
Transmitter
Specification:
Frequency:
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
Power:
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
Chamber Mode:
Port:
Calibration:
Pulse Modulation:
Accuracy:
On/Off Ratio:
Rise/Fall Time:
962 to 1213 MHz
100 KHz
+/- 10 KHz
-20 to -90 dBm per element (Low Power Mode) [TCAS and
Transponder]
+1 to -69 dBm per element (High Power Mode) [TCAS]
+1 to -98 dBm [UAT]
1 dB
+/- 1 dB, typically < +/- 0.5 dB
+10 to -60 dBm (TTG-7000 with TTG-7000C)
Top (4 Elements), Bottom (4 Elements), Any Individual Element
Calibrated at 1090, 1030, and 978 (UAT option unit) MHz
Calibration performed on top/bottom (All ports active)
+/- 0.05 uS
>80dB
Normal (<50 nS)/Slow (600 nS)
Bearing Simulation:
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Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
0 to 359°
1°
Typical <+/- 1°, max +/- 3°
(4 Port Simulation)
+/- 4° (Vector Voltmeter Port to Port)
Range Simulation:
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
0 to 150 NMI
12.5 Feet
+/- 200 Feet
Velocity Simulation:
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
+/- 2000 Kt/Hr
1 Kt/Hr
+/- 1 Kt/Hr
Vertical Speed
Simulation:
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
+/- 32608 Ft/Min
64 Ft/Min
+/- 64 Ft/Min
Altitude Simulation:
Range:
Mode:
Resolution:
-1000 to 126700 Feet
Gilham and 25 Feet
25/100 Feet up to 50175 Feet
100 Feet above 50175 Feet
Receiver
Specifications:
VSWR:
<1.4
Maximum Input Power:
+60 dBm
Antenna Simulation:
Internal with Antenna Resistors for ACSS, Collins, and Honeywell
Receivers:
1030 MHz with BPSK Demodulation
1090 MHz
978 MHz [UAT Option]
Dynamic Range:
40 dB minimum
Dual Receiver:
Top/Bottom
Power Measurement:
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
+17 to +60 dBm
0.1 dB
0.5 dB
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Relative Phase Measurement:
Range:
0 to 359 degrees
Resolution:
1 degree
Accuracy:
+/- 4 degrees
Frequency
Measurement:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
0.2 KHz
1 KHz (Using Special Test Mode); +/- 10 KHz
Pulse Characteristic Measurement:
Resolution:
10 nS
Software Interfaces:
Ethernet
GPIB
USB 2.0
VNC Viewer
Interfaces:
Suppression Bus (Front/Rear)
ATE Lines (Front/Rear)
429 Tx/Rx (Front/Rear)
Two Scope Outputs (Front/Rear)
LAN (Front/Rear)
USB Type B Control (Front)
Two USB Type A (Front) for Peripherals (Flash Disk, HID …)
Six External I/O Ports (Rear) [Application Specific]
Top/Bottom RF Coupled Outputs
Calibration Cycle:
Typically 1 year
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2. Hardware
6 1 7 2 8 3 9 4 10 5 Figure 2.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS\Transponder RF Generator with Chamber RF Amplifier (TTG7000C)
TTG-7000 Front Interfaces
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Color LCD Touch Screen Display
Ethernet RJ-45 jack for remote control of test set via TCP/IP. Another RJ-45 jack is
provided in the rear.
USB Type B jack for remote control of test set.
Two (2) USB Type A jacks for interface to external USB devices (Keyboards, mouse,
flash drives..)
Power Switch and Indicator
Eight (8) Antenna Ports. T1/T2/T3/T4/B1/B2/B3/B4
ATE Line input. This connection is also available in the rear. It contains discrete
inputs, discrete outputs, and 429 Tx/Rx.
Suppression Input/Output
Scope Channel 1
Scope Channel 2
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2 5
3 7
6 9
8
11 10 12 Figure 2.2 – TTG-7000 TCAS\Transponder RF Generator (Rear)
TTG-7000 Front Interfaces
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Ethernet RJ-45 jack for remote control of test set via TCP/IP. Another RJ-45 jack is
provided in the front.
Spectrum Analyzer Output. Coupled output from the Top Receiver. SMA Jack
Spectrum Analyzer Output. Coupled output from the Bottom Receiver. SMA Jack
Aux Control Port. D-Sub 25 Pin Female. [TTG-7000C Interface Port]
External I/O Ports 1-6. BNC Jack [Application Specific]
Scope Channel 1
Scope Channel 2
Suppression Input/Output
ATE Line Port. D-Sub 37 Pin Male.
GPIB Bus Port
Fan
Power Supply. 115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
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2
3
4
5
Figure 2.3 – TTG-7000C RF Amplifier (Chamber) Front
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2
3
4
5
6
T1 Port – Connect to TTG-7000 T1 Port (Receiver Port)
B1 Port – Connect to TTG-7000 B1 Port (Ground Station and UF Interrogations)
B2 Port – Connect to TTG-7000 B2 Port (Generator 1 Port)
B3 Port – Connect to TTG-7000 B3 Port (Generator 2 Port)
B4 Port – Connect to TTG-7000 B4 Port (Generator 3 Port)
Power Indicator
1 2 3 4 5
6
7 8
9
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Antenna 1 - 0° Port
Antenna 2 - 45° Port
Antenna 3 - 90° Port
Antenna 4 - 135° Port
Antenna 5 - 180° Port
Antenna 6 - 225° Port
Antenna 7 - 27 0° Port
Antenna 8 - 315° Port
GS – Ground Station and UF Interrogations Port
Rx – Receiver Port
Aux Control Port. D-Sub 25 Pin Female Jack. Connect to TTG-7000 Aux Control Port
on rear. Connect cable with power off on TTG-7000.
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Figure 2.5 – TTG-7000 429 Input Adapter [Optional]
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3. TouchScreen Application
3.1.
Main Menu
Figure 3.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Main Menu. The Main Menu shows status of test set
configuration and software versions.
1 14 2 15 4 16 3 5 6 19 7 20 8 21 9 22 10 15 11 17 12 13 18 Figure 3.1.1 – TTG-7000 TouchScreen Software Main Menu
Diagram Softkey Function
Item
1
No
Shows status of the test set configuration and software version.
Software and firmware versions can be refreshed by pressing ALT +
R.
2
No
The Unit Part Number
Illustrated with the base number (90-7000) and the
dash number provides the hardware version and the
software version of the test set. The first two
characters of the dash number represent the hardware
version (04 in example in the Figure 3.1.1). The last
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Diagram Softkey Function
Item
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
10
11
No
No
two characters represent the software version (B4 in
the example in Figure 3.1.1).
Server (Kernel) Software version.
User Interface (TouchScreen) version.
Receiver DSP embedded software version.
I/O Controller Receiver FPGA firmware version.
Transmitter DSP embedded software version.
I/O Controller Transmitter FPGA firmware version.
FPGA firmware version of all subassemblies present, including
auxiliary equipment (i.e. Chamber Test Set if connected).
Status Menu (present on all TouchScreen menus).
Ethernet command reception status.
Ethernet commands can be received either from the
front or rear RJ-45 Ethernet ports.
Front/Rear LAN port is connected.
12
No
No LAN port is connected.
USB control port status.
Provides status whether or not the front USB Type B
port for control is connected.
USB Connected
USB Disconnected
13
No
GPIB command reception status.
GPIB Active
14
No
GPIB Inactive
Local/Remote Indication. Setting of Local/Remote mode only by
remote command.
Local Mode - all controls in the touchscreen are
enabled.
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Diagram Softkey Function
Item
15
No
16
No
17
No
18
No
Remote Mode - all controls in the touchscreen are
disabled.
Up/Down Softkey.
The up/down arrows if not grayed illustrates that there
exist more softkeys either up or down.
Menu Softkey Section.
This section is contained in all menus. If a softkey
button contains an arrow to the right, that softkey will
open another menu.
Return to Previous Menu Softkey.
This softkey if not grayed allows the user to return to
the previous menu.
Touchscreen/Normal Controls.
Touchscreen Mode – When the user presses a control
a numeric keypad (Figure 3.1.5), keyboard (Figure
3.1.6), or listbox (Figure 3.1.4) will appear on the
screen for selection or entry of the parameter.
19
No
Normal Mode – User can modify the controls on the
screen using touchscreen or external mouse/keyboard.
Error/Configuration warning.
This warning triangle is only illustrated if the
configuration does not match with the subassemblies
present in the system or a DSP or FPGA firmware
version is incorrect.
20
No
21
No
If Exclamation warning is illustrate then an error has
occurred. Place the mouse cursor over the exclamation
warning to get a description of the error. Or double
click to go to the error menu to see list of errors.
Safely Remove Hardware Icon.
Press this icon to open safely remove hardware dialog.
(In the example in Figure 3.1.3)
Explorer Icon.
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Diagram Softkey Function
Item
22
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Press this icon to open windows explorer. (In the
example in Figure 3.1.2)
On Screen Keyboard Icon.
Press this icon to open the on screen keyboard for data
entry.
TCAS Menu
Allows user to enter TCAS Menu.
Transponder Menu
Allows user to enter Transponder Menu.
System Menu
Allows user to enter System Menu.
UAT Menu
Allows user to enter UAT Menu. [Optional]
OEM Select.
Allows selection of TCAS OEM.
Honeywell Directional
Honeywell OMNI
Collins Phase Directional
Collins Phase OMNI
Collins Magnitude Directional
Collins Magnitude OMNI
ACSS Directional
ACSS OMNI
Garmin
Avidyne TAS
Avidyne ADSB
Support Menu.
If connection to the Internet is available, menu
illustrates ATG TTG-7000 Support Page. Allows
downloading of latest TTG-7000 software for update.
User’s Manual.
Illustrates a PDF copy of this manual on screen.
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Figure 3.1.2 – Windows Explorer Icon.
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Figure 3.1.3 – Safely Remove Hardware Icon.
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Figure 3.1.4 – TouchScreen Listbox Control
Figure 3.1.5 – Touchscreen Numeric Control
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Figure 3.1.6 – Touchscreen Keyboard Control
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3.1.1.
System Menu
Figure 3.1.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 System Menu. The System Menu allows the user to set
different system parameters (i.e. GPIB address, Product Key, Scope Port Outputs …).
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Figure 3.1.1.1 – TTG-7000 System Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
Softkey
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Function
Unit Serial Number
Unit Part Number
Unit Hardware Version
Unit Software Version
Product Key.
The product key enables/disables options in the TTG7000 test set. ATG will provide the product key.
Current GPIB Address.
GPIB address can be modified using this combo box
control or GPIB softkey. GPIB address range 1 -31.
Once the GPIB address is set, the TTG-7000 GPIB
address on all future power up cycles will be the same.
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
If a software update is performed then you may have
to reset the GPIB address.
7
Yes
Scope Port 1.
User can select from multiple test set signal lines (i.e.
Log Video, DPSK Demodulation, Transmitter
Modulation …). The user can use the combo box
control or softkey to select the signal. The user
selection is saved and the same selection will be used
on future power up cycles.
8
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Scope Port 2.
User can select from multiple test set signal lines (i.e.
Log Video, DPSK Demodulation, Transmitter
Modulation…). The user can use the combo box
control or softkey to select the signal. The user
selection is saved and the same selection will be used
on future power up cycles.
Network Connections
Shows Hostname and IP address of TTG-7000.
Allows setting the Ethernet adapters of the TTG-7000
429 Configuration Menu
Allows configuration of the 429 inputs of the 429
adapter for the TTG-7000.
Update Key
Validates the product key entered in menu control item
4.
Software Update Menu
Allows programming of DSP software and FPGA
firmware.
Calibration History
Illustrates the last calibration date and result.
Error Log
Shows any command failures via GPIB, Ethernet, or
USB.
Touch Align
Executes Touch Screen Alignment Program
Display Settings
Opens Windows Display Settings
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3.1.1.1.
Software Update Menu
Figure 3.1.1.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Software Update Menu. The Software Update Menu
allows the user to update the DSP software or the FPGA firmware.
1
Figure 3.1.1.1.1 – TTG-7000 Software Update Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Programming Enable
Enables/disables the programming of a specific DSP
or FPGA device.
Select
Opens a file dialog to select the programming
configuration file.
Execute
Programs all the FPGAs and DSPs that have the
programming enable.
Cancel
Cancels the programming sequence.
Refresh Versions
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Refreshes the software and firmware versions.
Note: If you place the cursor in the “Selected Programming Script File” textbox on the top of
the screen and press Alt+S, the Touchscreen software will read the last valid configuration file
and displays all the valid FPGA and DSP versions.
Software Update Process:
1. Kernel and Touchscreen software are updated.
2. Kernel and Touchscreen software are executed.
3. Touchscreen software automatically starts in the Software Update Menu and programs
all necessary DSP software and FPGA firmware for the updated software.
4. If step 4 is not accomplished because of an update failure. Follow the instructions on
the note above to program the DSPs and FPGAs.
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1. Network Connections Menu
Figure 3.1.1.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Network Connections Menu. The Network
Connections Menu illustrates the current network settings and allows changing the network
settings. There should be three connections: 1) Front LAN; 2) Rear LAN; 3) DSP Connection
(Names could be different). The screen will illustrate the current settings whether the IP is
static or dynamic and if connected what is the current IP address. The internal connection is at
IP Address 192.168.0.1 (Factory Setting). ATG recommends that if you are not required to use
this address for the external connections, not to change the internal IP address. All Ethernet
communications to the TTG-7000 are on port 2001.
1 Figure 3.1.1.2.1 – TTG-7000 Network Connections Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Function
Shows the current settings of all the Ethernet adapters.
Refresh
Refreshes the menu with the network settings of all the
Ethernet adapters.
Change Settings
Illustrates the network connection change settings
menu for the selected Ethernet connection.
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For example, user wants to change the IP of the Rear LAN from dynamic to static. Select the
Rear LAN line on the grid of the current menu and press the “Change Settings” Softkey.
Figure 3.1.1.2.2 illustrates the TTG-7000 Network Connections Change Settings Menu. To
change the IP address to a static IP select the “Use the following IP Address” group box.
Enter the IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Address. Press the “Set” softkey and the IP
address will be changed to a static IP. To change to a dynamic IP, select the “Obtain an IP
Address automatically” group box and press the “Set” softkey.
1 2 Figure 3.1.1.2.2 – TTG-7000 Network Connections Change Settings Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
No
No
Yes
Function
Selection of IP address
Either automatically (DHCP) or fixed.
IP Configuration
If fixed IP is selected, then IP Address, Subnet Mask,
and Gateway controls are enabled to allow the user to
enter the specific information. If automatic IP is
selected, then the settings provided by the DHCP
server are illustrated.
Set
Pressing this softkey allows the acceptance of the
information entered by the user.
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The internal DSP IP address can also be changed from the factory default of 192.168.0.1, but
ATG recommends not changing it, only if the IP address is needed by the external LAN
connections. On the Network Connections Menu select the DSP connection row on the grid
and press the “Change Settings” softkey. A screen similar to Figure 3.1.1.2.3 should appear.
Figure 3.1.1.2.3 – TTG-7000 Internal Network Change Settings Menu
Enter the IP address desired for the internal DSP connection. The TTG-7000 will set the
gateway address to the same IP Address, and will internally set the DSP IP address and will
communicate the address to the DSP module when the operator presses the “Set” Softkey.
The application software will communicate the new address to the DSP, reset the connection,
and reboot the DSP. This process will take a few minutes. At the end of the process the
application software will reestablish communications with the DSP using the new IP Address.
On every future reboots the current IP address will be used. If the operator wants to return to
the factory setup, enter the same screen and press “Factory Setup”. The application software
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3.1.1.3.
429 Configuration Menu
Figure 3.1.1.3.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 429 Configuration Menu that allows the user to select
the 429 input channel for Altitude, Latitude, Longtude, Heading, and UTC Time. For Latitude,
Longitude, and Heading the menu allows selection of 429 label.
1 2 3 4 5 Figure 3.1.1.3.1 – TTG-7000 429 Configuration Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Altitude 429 Position.
Allows the user to select the input port of the 429
adapter (A1B1, A2B2, or A3B3) for the altitude data.
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
2
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
5
Yes
Function
Selection is maintained on future power up cycles.
Label 203 is used.
Latitude 429 Position and label configuration.
Allows the user to select the input port of the 429
adapter (A1B1, A2B2, or A3B3) for the latitude data
and also the 429 label (110/120, 254, or 310) to use.
Selections are maintained on future power up cycles.
Longitude 429 Position and label configuration.
Allows the user to select the input port of the 429
adapter (A1B1, A2B2, or A3B3) for the longitude data
and also the 429 label (111/121, 255, or 311) to use.
Selections are maintained on future power up cycles.
Heading 429 Position and label configuration.
Allows the user to select the input port of the 429
adapter (A1B1, A2B2, or A3B3) for the heading data
and also the 429 label (320, 314, or 313) to use.
Selections are maintained on future power up cycles.
UTC Time Position configuration.
Allows the user to select the input port of the 429
adapter (A1B1, A2B2, or A3B3) for the UTC time data.
Selections are maintained on future power up cycles.
Label 150 is used.
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3.1.2.
TCAS Main Menu
Figure 3.1.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Main Menu. The TCAS Main Menu allows the
user to select from multiple submenus for testing of a TCAS system.
1 Figure 3.1.2.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS Main Menu
Diagram Softkey
Item
1
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
This area illustrates TCAS test options enabled for the current product
key.
Settings
Allows the user to set generator frequency and
troubleshoot TTG-7000.
Measurements
Allows the user to view the transmissions of the unit
under test and to perform pulse characteristic,
frequency, and phase measurements.
Own Aircraft
Alows the user to change the own aircraft information if
set to manual. If not set to manual entry, the user the
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Diagram Softkey
Item
Function
own aircraft information from the selected source is
displayed in this menu.
Yes
Receiver
Allows the user to select messages to capture and log
from the unit under test or the TTG-7000. Allows
viewing of engineering units of received messages.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Transmitter
Allows the user to perform either DO-260 tests or
Block Transmissions.
ATE Lines Menu
Allows the user to view the ATE Line transmissions
from the unit under test.
Scenario
Allows the user to design and execute a scenario test.
Chamber Mode
Allows the user to enter the path loss for the chamber
setup with the TTG-7000C.
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3.1.2.1.
TCAS Settings Menu
Figure 3.1.2.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Settings Menu. The TCAS Settings Menu
allows the user to configure the Transmitter, Receiver, and Antenna Simulator modules within
the test set. This menu is mainly used for testing and troubleshooting of the TTG-7000. For
TCAS unit testing, this menu should only be used to set the individual RF generator
frequencies.
1 2 13 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Figure 3.1.2.1.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS Settings Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
OEM Select
Allows the user to select the TCAS system OEM. The
antenna resistors are set according to OEM selection.
Also the calibration tables to emulate the bearing of
intruders are loaded according to the OEM selection.
OEM selections are Honeywell Directional, Honeywell
Omni, Collins Phase Directional, Collins Phase Omni,
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Item
Softkey
Function
ACSS Directional, ACSS Omni, Collins Magnitude
Directional, Collins Magnitude Omni, Garmin or
Avidyne.
2
Yes
Power Mode
Allows the user to select between high or low power
modes. Low power allows setting the output power
from -20 to -90 dBm. High power allows setting the
power from 1 to -69 dBm.
3
Yes
4
5
6
Yes
Yes
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
11
12
Yes
Yes
Yes
13
Yes
Yes
Receiver Path
Allows the user to select which port to connect the
Top/Bottom Receiver. Selections available are Rx
T1/B1, Rx T2/B2, Rx T3/B3, Rx T4/B4, Chamber, or
Combiner. Note : On Collins Magnitude or ACSS this
setting is automatically switched to Combiner.
Phase Noise Amplitude. Future use.
Suppression Out On/Off. Future use.
Tx Frequency
Allows the setting of the Transmitter frequency.
Individual setting for each transmitter. Range from 962
to 1213 MHz in 0.1 MHz steps. To use softkey, Press
Signal Generator softkey then the appropriate
Generator.
Tx Power
Allows the setting of the Transmitter power from -20 to
-90 dBm in 1 dB steps in low power mode or from 1 to
-69 dBm in 1 dB steps in high power mode.
Tx Path
Allows setting the Tx path to Top All Ports/Bottom All
Ports/Single Port. Selections are T1, T2, T3, T4, Top
(All), B1, B2, B3, B4, and Bottom (All).
Phase (Bearing) for the specific Transmitter.
Range 0 to 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Modulation CW/Pulse
Signal Generator On/Off
Pulse Risetime/Falltime.
Selections are 50/50, 100/200, 230/230, 600/600, and
Nominal. Rise and fall times can be changed on
generator A, C, and E.
Pulsewidth
Allows the user to adjust the pulsewidth of all the
transmissions by +/- 100 nanoseconds in 25
nanosecond steps.
Factory Setup
Sets all hardware to default setting according to
hardware configuration.
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Note: Selection of OEM changes the Antenna Simulation module, the antenna resistors, and
loads the calibration tables for bearing for the selected OEM.
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3.1.2.2.
Own Aircraft Menu
Figure 3.1.2.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Own Aircraft Menu. The TCAS Own Aircraft Menu
allows the user to change the latitude, longitude, altitude, heading, and Mode S address of the
own aircraft (TCAS under test).
1 2 3 4 5 Figure 3.1.2.2.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS Own Aircraft Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
Function
Mode S Address (24 bits). Hexadecimal
Latitude
Allows the user to enter the latitude of the own aircraft.
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude
Allows the user to enter the longitude of the own
aircraft. Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Altitude
Allows the user to enter the altitude of the own aircraft
in feet. Range from -1000 to 64535 feet.
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Diagram
Item
5
Softkey
Function
Yes
Heading
Allows the user to enter the heading of the own aircraft
in degrees. Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Yes
Broadcasting
Allows entry of UDP information for broadcasting Own
Aircraft information via UDP.
Note: When an external source (Ethernet or 429) is used the own aircraft information is
updated every 5 seconds when a Scenario is not running. The data is updated every second if
the scenario is running.
Figure 3.1.2.2.2 illustrates the TTG-7000 Own Aircraft Menu Broadcasting Setting Menu. This
menu allows the user to setup the UDP parameters for broadcasting the own aircraft data.
1 2 3 Figure 3.1.2.2.2 – TTG-7000 TCAS Own Aircraft Broadcasting Setting Menu
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Diagram
Item
1
2
3
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
UDP Port Number
IP Broadcast Address.
Selection between any or broadcast. If broadcast is
selected then IP address entry is allowed.
Start/Stop Broadcasting
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3.1.2.3.
TCAS Receiver Menu
Figure 3.1.2.3.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Receiver Menu. The TCAS Receiver Menu
allows the user to view the transmissions from the TCAS system and the transmissions from
the TTG-7000 test set.
1 2 Figure 3.1.2.3.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS Receiver Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
No
No
Function
Top section of the Receiver Menu
Illustrates the status of reception from either the
TCAS system under test or from the test set. There is
a LED associated for the ATCRBS Reply, DF Reply,
ATCRBS Interrogation, and UF Interrogation for the
TCAS System (Rx Group) and the test set (Tx
Group). For UAT option, LEDs are shown in the Rx
and Tx group.
Reception section
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Shows the last 8 receptions. Lines in blue represent
receptions from the TCAS system. Lines in green
represent receptions from the test set.
Yes
Capture
UUT DF
Enable/disable capture of Transponder DF
messages.
TTG DF
Enable/disable capture of test set DF messages.
UUT UF
Enable/disable capture of TCAS UF messages.
TTG UF
Yes
Enable/disable capture of test set UF messages.
UUT ATCRBS Reply
Enable/disable capture of Transponder ATCRBS
replies.
TTG ATCRBS Reply
Enable/disable capture of test set ATCRBS replies.
UUT ATCRBS Intr
Enable/disable capture of TCAS ATCRBS
interrogations.
TTG ATCRBS Intr
Enable/disable capture of test set ATCRBS
interrogations.
UUT UAT
Enable/disable capture of UAT messages (Optional).
TTG UAT
Enable/disable capture of UAT messages from test
set (Optional).
Display
Display
Allows turning on/off displaying new receptions.
UTC Time
Enable/Disable UTC time stamp.
UTC Time Source
PC Time, 429, or GPS.
Mode
Update
Display data received by updating a message style
with the latest reception.
Continuous
Display all data received in a continuous order by
time.
Time
Relative
Display time relative to previous message.
Absolute
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Item
Softkey
Function
Display the time received.
Clear
Yes
Yes
Yes
Clears all messages in the receiver menu.
Quantity to Show
Allows entering how many messages to show.
(Maximum 1000 messages)
Refresh
Refreshes the receiver menu with the selected
quantity of messages.
Frame Details
Illustrates the detail breakdown of a selected
reception. See Figure 3.1.2.3.2. The detail
breakdown of message can also be displayed, by
turning off the Display softkey and double clicking on
the desired message.
Data Logging
Record/Stop
Allows start and stopping data logging receive
messages.
Export
Allows exporting received messages to file.
Clear
Clears all recorded messages.
Filtered Masked Menu
Highlight Masked Menu
When performing an export the TTG-7000 generates a SDF (Compact Database File) and
exports the file to the selected file location. The operator can download from ATG’s website a
Reporting Tool that will display the contents of the SDF file and will allow the user to generate
multiple CSV files from the exported data. Also all the DF17 position, velocity, and
identification messages are decoded in the Reporting Tool.
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Figure 3.1.2.3.2 – TTG-7000 TCAS Receiver Frame Detail Menu
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3.1.2.3.1.
TCAS Receiver Filtered Masked Menu
Figure 3.1.2.3.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Receiver Filtered Masked Menu. The TCAS
Receiver Filtered Masked Menu allows the user to select what messages to filter and display in
the Receiver menu.
Figure 3.1.2.3.1.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS Receiver Filtered Masked Menu
Diagram
Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Function
Predefined Mask
Allows selection of predefined masks.
Customize Mask
Allows user to customize mask and pattern.
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1 3 Figure 3.1.2.3.1.2 - Predefined Mask Filter
Diagram
Item
1
2
3
Softkey
Function
No
No
Groups of UF and DF messages.
Sub messages of the selected group.
No
Messages selected to perform filter.
Yes
Select All
Selects all messages to be displayed. No filter is
applied.
Yes
Unselect All
Unselects all messages, therefore no messages are
displayed.
Note: Individual messages are selected using the es in menu control section 2 of Figure
3.1.2.3.1.2.
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3.1.2.3.2.
TCAS Receiver Highlight Masked Menu
Figure 3.1.2.3.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Receiver Highlight Masked Menu. The TCAS
Receiver Highlight Masked Menu allows the user to select what messages to highlight during
display of messages in the Receiver menu.
2
1 3 Figure 3.1.2.3.2.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS Receiver Highlight Masked Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
3
Softkey
Function
No
No
Groups of UF and DF messages.
Sub messages of the selected group.
No
Messages selected to perform highlight.
Yes
Select All
Yes
Unselect All
Selects all messages to be highlighted.
Unselects all messages, therefore no messages are
highlighted.
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Note: To enable highlighting of individual messages check the appropriate es in menu control
section 2 of Figure 3.1.2.3.2.1.
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3.1.2.4.
TCAS Transmitter Menu
Figure 3.1.2.4.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Transmitter Menu. The TCAS Transmitter
Menu allows the user to implement a block of transmissions or RTCA DO-260 tests.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS Transmitter Menu
Diagram
Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Function
RTCA/DO-260 Tests
Displays a menu that allows the user to set the TTG7000 generators to perform RTCA DO-260 tests.
Block Transmissions
Displays a menu that allows the user to set a group of
messages (UF, DF, ATCRBS Interrogation, and
ATCRBS Replies) to transmit at a specific time and
block period.
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RTCA/DO-260 Tests
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 RTCA/DO-260 Tests Menu. The TTG-7000
RTCA/DO-260 Tests Menu allows the user to define tests that set the TTG-7000 transmitters
for RTCA DO-260 receiver testing.
1 4
2 3 Figure 3.1.2.4.1.1 – RTCA/DO-260 Tests Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Function
No
No
This section illustrates special test selected.
This section illustrates timing settings.
3
No
This section illustrates generator settings.
4
Yes
Power Mode
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm. High power range
+1 to -69 dBm
Yes
Load
Allows loading a stored DO-260 test. Most RTCA
DO-260 tests have been predefined and can be
loaded using this softkey.
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Item
Softkey
Function
Yes
Save
Yes
Reset
Allows saving the current DO-260 test.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Resets the test settings to the default values.
Special Test Definition
Opens a new menu that allows setting one of the
special tests (Normal, Altered Preamble, Bit Failures,
Overlapping Pulse, Preamble Validation, or
Confidence Test).
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.2 shows the normal test setting.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.3 shows the altered preamble setting.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.5 shows the bit failures setting.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.6 shows the overlapping pulse setting.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.7 shows the preamble validation setting.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.8 shows the confidence test setting.
Timing Definition
Opens a new menu that allows setting the timing
definitions.
Generator Definition
Opens a new menu that allows setting the generator
definitions.
Test Start/Stop
Allows the user to start or stop the defined DO-260
test.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.2 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Normal Definition Menu. The
normal selection does not allow altering any parameters.
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Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Special Test
Allows setting type of special test (Normal, Altered
Preamble, Bit Failures, Overlapping Pulse, Preamble
Validation, or Confidence Test).
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.3 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Altered Preamble Definition Menu.
This menu allows the operator to change the preamble pulses of the Mode S message. The
width, position, power and visibility of each of the preamble pulses can be changed.
Transmissions are sent simultaneously on the top and bottom antennas.
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1 2 Figure 3.1.2.4.1.3 – RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Definition Altered Preamble Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Function
Special Test
Allows setting type of special test (Normal, Altered
Preamble, Bit Failures, Overlapping Pulse, Preamble
Validation, or Confidence Test).
Preamble section
Allows alteration of Mode S preamble (Width,
Position, Reference Power, and Enable).
Displays the softkeys to change the Mode S
preamble parameters.
Reset
Pulse 1 
Width
Position
Power
Enable
Pulse 2 
Width
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Item
Softkey
Function
Position
Power
Enable
Pulse 3 
Width
Position
Power
Enable
Pulse 4 
Width
Position
Power
Enable
Range 675 to 1425 ns
Gen A or Gen B
On/Off
Range 0 to 4500 ns
Range 3075 to 3925 ns
Gen A or Gen B
On/Off
Range 0 to 4500 ns
Range 4075 to 4925 ns
Gen A or Gen B
On/Off
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.4 illustrates the TTG-7000 RTCA/DO-260 Tests Menu after altered preamble is
selected for the special test. The screen illustrates the timing parameters, the generators that
are being used, and in the case of altered preamble the preamble settings on the bottom of the
screen.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.4 – RTCA/DO-260 Tests Menu (Altered Preamble)
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Note: In the Altered Preamble mode the message defined is transmitted on the top and bottom
antenna simultaneously.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.5 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Bit Failures Definition Menu. This
menu allows the operator to specify the start chip and the ending chip for energy on both sides
of the Manchester code, and also allows selections of bad bits (inverted after PI Calculation).
1 2 3 Figure 3.1.2.4.1.5 – RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Definition Bit Failures Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
2
Yes
3
Yes
Function
Special Test
Allows setting type of special test (Normal, Altered
Preamble, Bit Failures, Overlapping Pulse, Preamble
Validation, or Confidence Test).
Energy in Chips section
Allows setting the start and ending chip with energy
on both parts of the bit.
Bad Chips
Selects the bits that will be inverted after the
calculation of the PI Field.
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Note: In the Special Test Bit Failures mode the message defined is transmitted on the top and
bottom antenna simultaneously.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.6 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Overlapping Pulse Definition
Menu. This menu allows the operator to specify the delay from P1 and pulse width of the
overlapping pulse.
1 2 Figure 3.1.2.4.1.6 – RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Definition Overlapping Pulse Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Special Test
Allows setting type of special test (Normal, Altered
Preamble, Bit Failures, Overlapping Pulse, Preamble
Validation, or Confidence Test).
2
Yes
Pulse section
Allows setting the starting position and width of the
overlapping pulse.
Note: In the Overlapping Pulse mode the message defined is transmitted on the top and
bottom antenna simultaneously.
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Figure 3.1.2.4.1.7 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Preamble Validation Definition
Menu. This menu allows the operator to specify the chips that have energy on both halves of
the chip and chips that have no energy in both halves. This menu also allows defining a delta
amplitude for each half of the chip.
1 2 Figure 3.1.2.4.1.7 – RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Preamble Validation Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Function
Special Test
Allows setting type of special test (Normal, Altered
Preamble, Bit Failures, Overlapping Pulse, Preamble
Validation, or Confidence Test).
Energy Chips section
Allows setting the chips that have energy on both
halves of the chips and chips that have no energy.
Note: If the “Include Delta Amplitude (No Energy in chips)” is selected than the no energy
signal will be at the delta amplitude level.
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Note: In the Preamble Validation mode the message defined is transmitted on the top and
bottom antenna simultaneously.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.8 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Confidence Test Definition Menu.
This menu allows the operator to specify upto five (5) chips that have energy on both halves of
the chip and five (5) chips that are bad chips (data bit is reverse). For bad chips the PI field is
calculate using the correct data and then the chip value is reversed.
1 2 Figure 3.1.2.4.1.8 – RTCA/DO-260 Special Test Confidence Test Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Function
Yes
Special Test
Yes
Allows setting type of special test (Normal, Altered
Preamble, Bit Failures, Overlapping Pulse, Preamble
Validation, or Confidence Test).
Confidence test section
Allows setting five chips that have energy on both
halves of the chips and five bad chips that the data is
reversed after calculating PI field.
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Note: In the Confidence Test mode the message defined is transmitted on the top and bottom
antenna simultaneously.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.9 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Timing Definition Menu. This menu allows the
operator to specify the timing parameters for the test.
1 2 3 4 Figure 3.1.2.4.1.9 – RTCA/DO-260 Timing Definition Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Function
Trigger Source
Allows selection of generator to trigger from.
Trigger Mode
Allows selection of mode (Delay +, Delay -, Random,
or walk). If random is selected then two more numeric
boxes are added to the screen to select minimal
starting time and the width of the random starting
time. If delay is selected then the delay defined in the
generator setting is used for + or – delay. Walk allows
setting a signal at a positive or negative delay and
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
3
Yes
4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
moving the signal by 25 nanosecond delay every
transmission.
Period numeric
Allows selection of time between triggers (10 to 2000
milliseconds).
Number of Transmissions
Allows selection of transmissions (No limit, 20, 40,
60, 100, 200, 400, 600, 945, 1000, 2000, 4000, 6000,
or 10000).
Random Start
Active if trigger mode is set to random. The value
here is the minimal starting position compare to the
reference generator. The range of values for this
parameter is from -120000 to 1200000 ns.
Random Width
Active if trigger mode is set to random. The range of
values for this parameter is from 0 to 120000 ns.
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.10 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Generator Definition Menu. This menu allows
the operator to specify the generator parameters for delay triggering.
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Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Function
Yes
Generator
Yes
Frequency
Allows selection of generator.
2
Allows setting the output frequency of the generator.
3
Yes
Power
4
Yes
Phase
Allows setting the output power of the generator.
Allows setting the output phase of the generator.
5
Yes
Path
Allows setting the path of the generator to top or
bottom.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
Delay
Allows setting the delay from the trigger source. If
the generator that is being set is the trigger source,
this parameter is disabled. The delay value will be
either positive or negative in accordance with the
setting in the timing definition of delay+ or delay-. The
range is from 0 to 120000 nanoseconds in 100
nanosecond steps.
Message Type
Allows selecting between Mode S or ATCRBS
message. If the generator that is being set is the
trigger source, this parameter is disabled and set to
Mode S.
Message Definition section
Allows the operator to set the message. For Mode S
the parameters that can be set are Mode S Address,
Mode S Message Type, and whether the data is
random excluding the first five bits and the PI field.
For ATCRBS the parameters that can be set are
Mode A Code or random (2 frame pulses with 5
random data pulses).
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling the generator for the
test. If the generator selected is the trigger source,
this parameter is disabled and the generator is
enabled.
Coherence
If enabled the two generators of a transmitter module
will be in coherence. This will be available when
defining Gen A, Gen C, and Gen E.
Random Starting Position
Change the starting position of each message from
the delay value.
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Figure 3.1.2.4.1.11 illustrates the RTCA/DO-260 Generator Definition Menu. This menu allows
the operator to specify the generator parameter for walk triggering.
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1 10 2 3 11 4 5 6 7 8 Diagram
Item
1
Figure 3.1.2.4.1.11 – RTCA/DO-260 Generator Menu for Walk Triggering
Softkey
Function
Yes
Generator
2
Yes
Frequency
3
Yes
Power
4
Yes
Phase
Allows selection of generator.
Allows setting the output frequency of the generator.
Allows setting the output power of the generator.
Allows setting the output phase of the generator.
5
Yes
Path
Allows setting the path of the generator to top or
bottom.
6
Yes
Delay
Allows setting the delay from the trigger source. If
the generator that is being set is the trigger source,
this parameter is disabled. The delay value will be
either positive or negative in accordance with the
setting in the timing definition of delay+ or delay-. The
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Item
Softkey
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
Function
range is from 0 to 120000 nanoseconds in 100
nanosecond steps.
Message Type
Allows selecting between Mode S or ATCRBS
message. If the generator that is being set is the
trigger source, this parameter is disabled and set to
Mode S.
Message Definition section
Allows the operator to set the message. For Mode S
the parameters that can be set are Mode S Address,
Mode S Message Type, and whether the data is
random excluding the first five bits and the PI field.
For ATCRBS the parameters that can be set are
Mode A Code or random (2 frame pulses with 5
random data pulses).
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling the generator for the
test. If the generator selected is the trigger source,
this parameter is disabled and the generator is
enabled.
Coherence
If enabled the two generators of a transmitter module
will be in coherence. This will be available when
defining Gen A, Gen C, and Gen E.
Walk
Allows enabling or disabling the walk function for the
generator. If walk is disable the output will be at the
delay parameter specified and will not move. If walk
is enable than the message will start at the delay
parameter and move 25 nanoseconds every
transmission.
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3.1.2.4.2.
Block Transmission
Figure 3.1.2.4.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Block Transmission Menu. The TTG-7000 Block
Transmission Menu allows the user to define a block of 1090/1030 messages to transmit with a
specific timing and at a specified periodic timing.
1 Figure 3.1.2.4.2.1 – TTG7000 Block Transmission Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Illustrates the message sequence defined for the block.
Load
Load a Block Transmission sequence from the
internal data location or an external drive if present.
Save
Save a Block Transmission sequence to the internal
data location or an external drive if present.
Add Message
Adds a new message to the sequence and open Add
Message Menu to allow definition of the message.
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Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Message Details
Opens Message Detail Menu to allow modifying the
parameters of the selected message.
Remove
Removes the selected message from the block
sequence.
Reset
Clears the entire block sequence.
Transmission Start/Stop
Allows starting and stopping the block transmissions.
Frame Period
Sets the frame period for the block transmissions.
Range from 10 milliseconds to 50 seconds.
Mode
Set to continuous transmissions or interrupted. If
interrupted is selected than two more softkeys are
displayed (Hit and Miss)
No Limit Transmission
If no limit transmission is set then TTG7000 will
continue to transmit block sequences until the
transmission stop command or switch is turned off. If
no limit transmission is turned off, then the softkey for
Number of Transmissions will be illustrated.
Hit
Sets how many groups of block sequences will be
transmitted before the next miss group. Range 0 to
20.
Miss
Sets how many groups of block sequences will not be
transmitted before the next hit group. Range 0 to 20.
Number of Transmissions
Sets the number of block sequences to
transmit. Range from 1 to 50000.
Figure 3.1.2.4.2.2 illustrates the TTG-7000 Block Transmission Add Message Menu. This menu
allows the user to define the parameters for the new message that was added. The menu
allows selection of 1030/1090 messages, Mode S/ATCRBS, power, phase, and transmission
time.
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Figure 3.1.2.4.2.2 – TTG7000 Block Transmission Add Message Menu
Diagram
Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Message Type
Allows selection of Mode S Interrogation, Mode S
Replies, ATCRBS Interrogation, or ATCRBS Replies.
Message Name
Subcategory of message within the Message Type
selected. For example, Message Type is Mode S
Replies, then Message Name could be DF0, DF4,
DF5, DF16, etc.
Frame Details
Opens a new menu that illustrates the detail
information about the message defined.
Address Originator
The value used in the AP field to generate the PI field
of a Mode S reply. [DF Messages]
Transponder Address
The value used in the AP field to generate the PI field
of a Mode S interrogation. [UF Messages]
Phase
Allows setting the phase of the message
from 0 to 359 degrees.
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Item
Softkey
Function
Yes
Power Level
Yes
Time
Allows setting the power level of the message.
Allows setting the transmission time within the block
of messages.
Figure 3.1.2.4.2.3 illustrates the TTG-7000 Block Transmission Message Frame Detail Menu.
This menu allows the user to update the fields of the selected message.
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3.1.2.5.
TCAS Scenario Menu
Figure 3.1.2.5.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Scenario Menu. The TCAS Scenario Menu
allows the user to define a specific scenario for testing a TCAS System. The user can define
thirty two (32) dynamic and five hundred and sixty eight (568) static intruders. The user can
define a Mode S Only, Mode S Extended (ADS-B), TIS-B (DF18), and ATCRBS (Mode A/C)
intruders.
1 2 3 4 5 13 6 19 7 20 8 14 15 16 9 17 10 18 11 21 12 22 23 Figure 3.1.2.5.1 – TTG-7000 TCAS Scenario Menu
24 Diagram
Item
1
2
3
4
25 Softkey
No
Yes
No
Yes
Function
Scenario Current Run Time.
Scenario Time
Maximum scenario time (duration) is 6550 seconds.
Number of dynamic intruders enabled.
Number of dynamic intruders
Maximum number of dynamic intruders is 32.
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Item
5
Softkey
Yes
6
7
No
Yes
8
9
No
Yes
10
Yes
11
12
Yes
Yes
13
Yes
14
15
No
Yes
16
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
Yes
Function
Number of static intruders
Maximum number of static intruders is 568.
Number of static intruders enabled.
Number of Ground Stations
Maximum number of ground stations is 15.
Number of Ground Stations enabled.
Number of Video Blocks.
Maximum number of Video Blocks is 12.
Capture Squitters and Datalogging
Allows the user to log all the messages received
during the scenario according to the message mask
assigned in the Receiver menu. The data log is reset
at the start of scenario.
Fruit enable/disable
ATE Line Synchronization
If synchronization is enabled, then all scenario run
time is synchronized to TCAS TISI sequence. (ATE
Lines need to be attached to test set)
Slant Range.
If enabled the TTG-7000 calculates the range using
the intruder range, intruder altitude, and own aircraft
altitude. If disabled the range is the horizontal range
that is defined in the intruder definition.
Number of Video Blocks enabled.
Power Mode.
The user can select between high or low power
modes. High power mode allows output of 1 to -69
dBm and low power allows -20 to -90 dBm.
Antenna Configuration
Allows dual antenna; top only or bottom only setup.
Squitter Spacing.
Allows setting the time spacing between squitters
from 200 to 500 microseconds. Default is 200
microseconds. If random squitter spacing is enabled,
then the TTG-7000 will generate the squitters with
random spacing between 150 and 500 microseconds.
Note: if random squitter spacing is selected than the
number of intruders can not be at set at the maximum
number.
Coordination Repetition Interval
Time interval between coordination interrogations if
TCAS system does not reply. The maximum number
of repetition is ten (10) interrogations. Interval range
from 1000 to 65000 microseconds. Default is 10000
microseconds.
Own Aircraft Source
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Allows the own aircraft data to be entered manually,
through 429, external (TCP/IP), or from UUT
squitters.
20
Yes
21
22
Yes
Yes
23
Yes
24
Yes
25
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Static mode
Allows the dynamic intruders to stay active after the
runtime has reached the scenario time with their last
position.
Special Test Combobox [Customer Specific]
Waypoint Definition.
Allows setting waypoints either by time, location
(latitude and longitude realistic airplane simulation) or
forced trajectory (latitude and longitude pass over).
Video Data Bit Period.
Allows setting the period of a Video Block Data Bit to
either 25 or 50 nanoseconds.
Recompile after load.
If this is enabled, when a scenario file is loaded all
the Mode S Squitters are recompiled.
Manual Whisper Shout.
If this is enabled the user will have to enter the
whisper shout level for any ATCRBS intruder. If this
is disabled, then the whisper shout level will be
determined by OEM and range of intruder.
Load
Opens a file dialog to allow the user to load a saved
scenario configuration.
Save
Allows storing the current scenario configuration to a
file.
Reset
Clears all intruders, ground stations, and video blocks
data.
Intruders
Opens the intruder definition menu.
Mode S Dynamic
Mode S Static
Mode C Dynamic
Mode C Static
Mode S Extended Dynamic
Mode S Extended Static
TIS-B Only Dynamic
TIS-B Only Static
ADS-R Dynamic
ADS-R Static
Scenario Stop/Start
ATCRBS Pulse Information
Opens ATCRBS Pulse definition menu.
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Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Function
Mode S Pulse Information
Opens Mode S Pulse definition menu.
Display Menu
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3.1.2.5.1.
Static Mode S TCAS Only Definition Menu
Figure 3.1.2.5.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Static Mode S TCAS Only Definition Menu. The
Static Mode S TCAS Only Definition Menu allows the user to define a static Mode S only (non
ADS-B) intruder.
14 1 15 2 16 3 17 4 18 5 19 6 20 7 21 8 22 9 23 10 24 11 25 12 26 13 27 31 30 29 28 Figure 3.1.2.5.1.1 – Static Mode S TCAS Only Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Type
Dynamic or Static
2
Yes
Number
3
Yes
Mode
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C,
TIS-B, or ADS-R
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Diagram
Item
4
Softkey
Yes
Function
Tx Channel
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
15
Yes
Yes
16
Yes
17
Yes
18
19
20
Yes
Yes
Yes
21
Yes
22
Yes
23
Yes
24
Yes
Altitude
Binary range from -1000 to 50175 feet in 25 feet
steps. Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100
feet steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1 degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude.
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude.
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Reply Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Reply Antenna
Bottom Only, Top Only, Alternating, Both, or By
Altitude
Squitter Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Squitter Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, or Both
Start/Stop Time.
Enable
If checked then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Reply
If checked then the intruder will reply to
interrogations.
Ground
Allows the user to set the intruder to ground.
Squitter Enable.
Crosslink Capability
Mode S Address
Mode S Address expressed in hexadecimal.
Squitter Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Reply Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Altitude Mode
Gilham or Binary
Mode A Code.
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Item
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Utility Message (UM) Field.
Downlink Request (DR) Field.
Flight Status (FS) Field.
Transponder Capability (CA) Field.
SL (Sensitivity Level)
RI (AQ = 0)
RI (AQ = 1)
Coordination Message Definition
Broadcast Message Definition
DF16 Reply Message Menu
UF0 Message Menu
One Shot Data
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Coordination Message Menu
Figure 3.1.2.5.1.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Coordination Message Definition Menu. The
Coordination Message Definition Menu allows the user to define the coordination message of a
Mode S intruder.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.1.1.1 – Coordination Message Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Data grid of all defined coordination messages.
Add
Adds a new coordination message.
Remove
Removes the selected coordination message.
Start Time
Allows setting the start time of the selected
coordination message.
Stop Time
Allows setting the stop time of the selected
coordination message.
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Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Reply Length
Allows setting the RL bit of the coordination message.
Acquisition Special
Allows setting the AQ bit of the coordination
message.
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling coordination messages.
Intruder Initiated
If yes (on) then the intruder sends the coordination
message at the appropriate time specified. If no (off)
then the intruder waits for an UUT coordination
message at the appropriate time before transmitting a
coordination message.
MU Field Menu
See Figure 3.1.2.5.1.1.2
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.1.1.2 – Coordination Message MU Field Menu
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Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Breakdown of the coordination message.
MU-MTB
MU-CVC
MU-VRC
MU-CHC
MU-HRC
MU-HSB
MU-VSB
MU-MID
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Broadcast Message
Figure 3.1.2.5.1.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Broadcast Message Definition Menu. The
Broadcast Message Definition Menu allows the user to define the broadcast message of a
Mode S intruder.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.1.2.1 – Broadcast Message Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Data grid of all defined broadcast messages.
Add
Adds a new broadcast message.
Remove
Removes the selected broadcast message.
Start Time
Allows setting the start time of the selected broadcast
message.
Stop Time
Allows setting the stop time of the selected broadcast
message.
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Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Reply Length
Allows setting the RL bit of the broadcast message.
Acquisition Special
Allows setting the AQ bit of the broadcast message.
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling broadcast messages.
MU Field Menu
See Figure 3.1.2.5.1.2.2
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.1.2.2 – Broadcast Message MU Field Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Breakdown of the Broadcast message.
MU-MTB
MU-CVC
MU-VRC
MU-CHC
MU-HRC
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Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
MU-HSB
MU-VSB
MU-MID
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Coordination Replies (DF16 Replies)
Figure 3.1.2.5.1.3.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Coordination Reply Message Definition Menu.
The Coordination Reply Message Definition Menu allows the user to define the coordination
reply message of a Mode S intruder.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.1.3.1 – Coordination Reply Message Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Data grid of all defined coordination replies messages.
Add
Adds a new coordination reply.
Remove
Removes the selected coordination reply.
Start Time
Allows setting the start time of the selected
coordination replies message.
Stop Time
Allows setting the stop time of the selected
coordination replies message.
Enable
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Softkey
Yes
Function
Allows enabling or disabling coordination replies
messages.
MU Field Menu
See Figure 3.1.2.5.1.3.2
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.1.3.2 – Coordination Reply Message MV Field Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Breakdown of the coordination reply message.
MV-VDS
MV-ARA
MV-RAC
MV-RAT
MV-MTE
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UF0 Messages
Figure 3.1.2.5.1.4.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 UF0 Message Definition Menu. The UF0 Message
Definition Menu allows the user to define the UF0 interrogation messages of a Mode S intruder.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.1.4.1 – UF0 Message Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Data grid of all defined UF0 messages.
Add
Adds a new UF0 interrogation.
Remove
Removes the selected UF0 interrogation.
Start Time
Allows setting the start time of the selected UF0
message.
Stop Time
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Item
Softkey
Function
Allows setting the stop time of the selected UF0
message.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Reply Length
Allows setting the RL bit of the UF0 message.
Acquisition Special
Allows setting the AQ bit of the UF0 message.
BDS
Allows setting the BDS register of the UF0 message.
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling UF0 messages.
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Dynamic Mode S TCAS Only Definition Menu
Figure 3.1.2.5.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Dynamic Mode S TCAS Only Definition Menu. The
Dynamic Mode S TCAS Only Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for a
dynamic Mode S intruder.
17 1 18
2 19 3 20 4 21 5 22 6 23 7 24 8 25 9 26 10 27 11 28 12 29 13 30 14 31 Figure 3.1.2.5.2.1 – Dynamic Mode S Only Menu
15 16 Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
34 33 32 Function
Yes
Type
Yes
Number
Dynamic or Static
2
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
3
Yes
Mode
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C,
TIS-B, or ADS-R
4
Yes
Tx Channel
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Item
Softkey
Function
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
Yes
16
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
Yes
20
Yes
21
Yes
22
Yes
Altitude
Binary range from -1000 to 50175 feet in 25 feet
steps. Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100
feet steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1 degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude.
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude.
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed
Range from – 32576 to 32576 ft/min in 64 ft/min
steps.
Velocity
Range 0 to 2000 knots.
Track Angle
Value range from -180 to 180 degrees in 1 degree
steps.
Reply Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Reply Antenna
Bottom Only, Top Only, Alternating, Both, or By
Altitude
Squitter Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Squitter Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, or Both
Start and Stop
This time is when the intruder will be present.
Reply
If checked then the intruder will reply to
interrogations.
Enable
If checked then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Ground
Allows the user to set the intruder to ground.
Squitter
If enabled squitter are active.
Crosslink Capability
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23
Softkey
Yes
24
Yes
25
Yes
26
Yes
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Mode S Address
Mode S Address expressed in hexadecimal.
Squitter Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Reply Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Altitude Mode
Gilham or Binary
Mode A Code.
Utility Message (UM) Field.
Downlink Request (DR) Field.
Flight Status (FS) Field.
SL (Sensitivity Level)
RI (AQ = 0)
RI (AQ = 1)
Transponder Capability (CA) Field.
Coordination Message Definition
Broadcast Message Definition
DF16 Reply Message Menu
UF0 Message Menu
One Shot Data
Waypoints
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Static Mode C Definition Menu
Figure 3.1.2.5.3.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Static Mode C Definition Menu. The Static Mode C
Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for static Mode C intruder.
1 12 2 13 3 14 4 15 5 16 6 17 7 8 18 9 19 10 20 11 21 Figure 3.1.2.5.3.1 – Static Mode C Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
5
Yes
Function
Start and Stop Time
Type
Dynamic or Static
Number
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
Mode
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C, or
TIS-B Only
Tx Channel
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Item
Softkey
Function
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
13
Yes
Yes
14
Yes
15
Yes
16
Yes
17
18
Yes
Yes
19
Yes
20
21
Yes
Yes
Altitude
Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100 feet
steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude.
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude.
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Reply Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Reply
Enable
If enabled then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Altitude Report
If enabled the altitude code pulses are transmitted
with the framing pulses. If disabled only the framing
pulses are transmitted.
Reply Quadrant WS1
Forward, Right, After, Left, Any, or By Location
Reply Antenna WS1
Top Only, Bottom Only, Both, or By Altitude
Whisper Shout Level 1
Reply Quadrant WS2
Forward, Right, After, Left, Any, or By Location
Reply Antenna WS2
Top Only, Bottom Only, Both, or By Altitude
Whisper Shout Level 2
Mode A Code
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Dynamic Mode C Definition Menu
Figure 3.1.2.5.4.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Dynamic Mode C Definition Menu. The Dynamic
Mode C Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for a dynamic Mode C
intruder.
1 14 2 15 3 16 4 17 5 18 6 19 7 20 8 21 9 22 10 23 11 24 12 13 Figure 3.1.2.5.4.1 – Dynamic Mode C Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Type
Dynamic or Static
2
Yes
Number
3
Yes
Mode
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C, or
ADS-B Only
4
Yes
Tx Channel
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Item
Softkey
Function
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
15
16
Yes
Yes
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
Yes
20
21
Yes
Yes
22
Yes
23
24
Yes
Yes
Yes
Altitude
Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100 feet
steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude.
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude.
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed
Range from – 32576 to 32576 ft/min in 64 ft/min
steps
Velocity
Range 0 to 2000 knots.
Track Angle
Value range from 0 to 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Reply Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Start and Stop Time
Reply
Enable
If enabled then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Altitude Report
If enabled the altitude code pulses are transmitted
with the framing pulses. If disable only the framing
pulses are transmitted.
Reply Quadrant WS1
Forward, Right, After, Left, Any, or By Location
Reply Antenna WS1
Top Only, Bottom Only, Both, or By Altitude
Whisper Shout Level 1
Reply Quadrant WS2
Forward, Right, After, Left, Any, or By Location
Reply Antenna WS2
Top Only, Bottom Only, Both, or By Altitude
Whisper Shout Level 2
Mode A Code
Waypoints
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Static Mode S Extended Definition Menu
Figure 3.1.2.5.5.1 to 3.1.2.5.5.9 illustrates the TTG-7000 Static Mode S Extended Definition
Menu. The Static Mode S Extended Definition Menu allows the user to define all the
parameters for static Mode S Extended intruder.
17 1 18 19 2 20 3 21 4 22 5 6 23 7 24 8 25 9 26 10 27 11 28 12 29 13 30 14 31 15 16 32 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 Figure 3.1.2.5.5.1 – Static Mode S Extended Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Function
Yes
Type
2
Yes
Number
3
Yes
Mode
Dynamic or Static
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
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Item
Softkey
Function
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C,
ADS-B Only
4
Yes
Tx Channel
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
Yes
16
Yes
17
18
Yes
Yes
19
20
Yes
Yes
21
Yes
22
Yes
Altitude
Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100 feet
steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude.
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude.
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed
Range from – 32576 to 32576 ft/min in 64 ft/min
steps
Velocity
Range 0 to 2000 knots.
Track Angle
Value range from 0 to 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Reply Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Reply Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, Alternating, Both, or By
Altitude
Squitter Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Squitter Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, or Both
Start and Stop Time
Enable
If enabled then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Reply
Altitude Report
If enabled the altitude code will be present in the DF0
reply. If disabled the altitude code will set to 0.
Ground
Allows the user to set the intruder to ground.
Squitter
If enabled squitter are active.
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Item
23
24
Softkey
Yes
Yes
25
Yes
26
Yes
27
Yes
28
29
Yes
Yes
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Crosslink Capability
Hybrid Deviation
If enabled allows deviation in altitude, bearing, and
range.
DO-260 Mode.
Version -, A, or B.
Squitter Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Reply Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Mode S Address
Altitude Mode switch
Gilham or Binary
Identification Type and Intruder Identification.
Velocity Type
Utility Message (UM)
SL
RI (AQ = 0)
RI (AQ = 1)
RI (DF=16)
Downlink Message (DR)
Flight Status (FS)
Mode A Code
CA Field
Hybrid Deviation Values
When Hybrid Deviation is enable allows entry of
range, bearing, and altitude deviation values.
CPR Encoding
Odd/Even, Odd only, or Even only
Mode S Squitters
Coordination Message Definition
Broadcast Message Definition
DF16 Reply Message Menu
UF0 Message Menu
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3.1.2.5.5.1.
Mode S Squitter Definition Figure 3.1.2.5.5.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Mode S Squitter Definition Menu. The Mode S
Squitter Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for a Mode S ADS-B
intruder.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.5.1 – Mode S Squitter Definition Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Function
Data Grid of the current defined squitters
ME Field
Opens specific squitter definition menu.
Position Squitter
Velocity Squitter
Ident Squitter
BDS Register Number Menu
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3.1.2.5.5.2.
Position Squitter Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.5.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Position Squitter Definition Menu. The Position
Squitter Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for a position squitter.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.5.2.1 – Position Squitter Definition Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Breakdown of the Position Squitter
Format Type Code
Surveillance Status
Single Antenna Flag
Altitude
Allows setting invalid/no data
Time Bit
CPR Format
Latitude
Longitude
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3.1.2.5.5.3.
Velocity Squitter Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.5.3.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Velocity Squitter Definition Menu. The Velocity
Squitter Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for a velocity squitter.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.5.3.1 – Velocity Squitter Definition Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Breakdown of the Velocity Squitter
Format Type Code
Sub Type
Intent Change Flag
IFR Capability Flag
Navigation Accuracy
East/Weat Direction
East/Velocity
Allows setting invalid/no data
North/South Direction
North/South Velocity
Allows setting invalid/no data
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Source Bit
Sign Bit
Vertical Rate
Allows setting invalid/no data
Difference Sign Bit
Geometric Height Difference
Allows setting invalid/no data
Magnetic Heading Status Bit
Magnetic Heading
Airspeed Type
Vertical Rate Source Bit
Vertical Rate Sign Bit
Vertical Rate
Allows setting invalid/no data
Turn Indicator
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3.1.2.5.5.4.
Ident Squitter Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.5.4.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Identification Squitter Definition Menu. The
Identification Squitter Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for an Ident
squitter.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.5.4.1 – Ident Squitter Definition Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Breakdown of the Ident Squitter
Type
Aircraft Category
Character #1
Character #2
Character #3
Character #4
Character #5
Character #6
Character #7
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Item
Softkey
Yes
Function
Character #8
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3.1.2.5.5.5.
BDS Register Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.5.5.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 BDS Register Definition Menu. The BDS Register
Definition Menu allows the user to add or remove BDS registers to a Mode S Extended
intruder.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.5.5.1 – Ident Squitter Definition Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Data grid of all defined BDS registers
Add
Remove
MV Field Menu
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3.1.2.5.6.
Dynamic Mode S Extended Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.6.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Dynamic Mode S Extended Definition Menu. The
Static Mode S Extended Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for a
dynamic Mode S Extended intruder.
17 18 1 2 19 3 20 4 21 5 22 6 23 7 24 8 25 9 26 10 27 11 28 12 29 13 30 14 31 15 32 16 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 Figure 3.1.2.5.6.1 – Dynamic Mode S Extended Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Function
Yes
Type
Yes
Number
Dynamic or Static
2
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
3
Yes
Mode
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C,
TIS-B, or ADS-R
4
Yes
Tx Channel
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
Yes
16
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
Yes
Altitude
Binary range from -1000 to 50175 feet in 25 feet
steps. Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100
feet steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude
Range from -90 to 90 degrees
Longitude
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed
Range from – 32576 to 32576 ft/min in 64 ft/min
steps.
Velocity
Range 0 to 2000 knots.
Track Angle
Value range from -180 to 180 degrees in 1-degree
steps.
Reply Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Reply Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, Alternating, Both, or By
Altitude
Squitter Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Squitter Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, or Both
Start/Stop Time.
Time intruder is active.
Reply
If checked then the intruder will reply to
interrogations.
Enable.
If checked then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
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Diagram
Item
20
Softkey
Yes
21
Yes
22
Yes
23
24
25
Yes
Yes
Yes
26
Yes
27
Yes
28
29
Yes
Yes
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Altitude Report
If enabled the altitude code will be present in the DF0
reply. If disabled the altitude code will set to 0.
Ground
Allows the user to set the intruder to ground.
Squitter
If enabled squitter are active.
Crosslink Capability
Override Range Calculation
DO-260 Mode
Version -, A, or B.
Squitter Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Reply Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Mode S Address
Altitude Mode
Gilham or Binary
Identification Type and Intruder Identification.
Velocity Type
Utility Message (UM)
SL combobox
RI (AQ = 0) combobox
RI (AQ = 1) combobox
RI (DF=16)
Downlink Message (DR)
Flight Status (FS)
Mode A Code
CA Field
Hybrid Deviation Values
If hybrid deviation enable allows entry of range,
bearing, and altitude deviations.
CPR Encoding
Odd/Even, Odd only, or Even only
Mode S Squitters
Coordination Message Definition
Broadcast Message Definition
DF16 Reply Message Menu
UF0 Message Menu
Waypoints
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3.1.2.5.7.
Static TIS‐B Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.7.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Static TIS-B Definition Menu. The Static TIS-B
Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for static TIS-B (DF18) intruder.
15 1 16 2 17 3 18 4 19 5
20 6 21 7 22 8 23 9 24 10 25 11 26 12 27 13 28 29 14 Figure 3.1.2.5.7.1 – Static TIS-B Menu
31 30 Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Function
Yes
Type
Yes
Number
Dynamic or Static
2
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
3
Yes
Mode
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C,
TIS-B, or ADS-R
4
Yes
Tx Channel
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
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Diagram
Item
5
Softkey
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
16
Yes
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
Yes
20
Yes
21
22
Yes
Yes
23
Yes
Function
Altitude
Binary range from -1000 to 50175 feet in 25 feet
steps. Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100
feet steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed
Range from – 32576 to 32576 ft/min in 64 ft/min
steps. Used only for the velocity squitter, since the
intruder is static.
Velocity
Range 0 to 2000 knots. Used only for the velocity
squitter, since the intruder is static.
Track Angle
Value range from -180 to 180 degrees in 1-degree
steps. Used only for the velocity squitter, since the
intruder is static.
Squitter Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Squitter Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, or Both
Start/Stop Time.
Enable.
If checked then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Altitude Report
If enabled the altitude code will be present in the DF0
reply. If disabled the altitude code will set to 0.
Ground
Allows the user to set intruder on the ground.
Squitter
If enabled squitter are active.
DO-260 Mode.
Version -, A, or B.
Mode S Address
Squitter Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Altitude Mode
Gilham or Binary
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Item
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Intruder Identification
Vertical Velocity
Velocity Type
Utility Message (UM) Field
Downlink Request (DR) Field
Position Type combobox
ADS-B, Fine, or Coarse.
Flight Status (FS) Field
Transponder Capability (CF) Field
CPR Encoding
Odd/Even, Odd only, or Even only
Mode S Squitters
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3.1.2.5.8.
Dynamic TIS‐B Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.8.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Dynamic TIS-B Only Definition Menu. The Dynamic
TIS-B Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for a dynamic TIS-B (DF18)
intruder.
15 1 16 2 17 3 18 4 19 5
20 6 21 7 22 8 23 9 24 10 25 11 26 12 27 13 28 14 31 29 30 Figure 3.1.2.5.8.1 – Dynamic TIS-B Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Type
Dynamic or Static
2
Yes
Number
3
Yes
Mode
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C,
TIS-B, ADS-R
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Diagram
Item
4
Softkey
Yes
Function
Tx Channel
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
16
Yes
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
20
Yes
Yes
21
22
Yes
Yes
23
Yes
24
Yes
Altitude
Binary range from -1000 to 50175 feet in 25 feet
steps. Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100
feet steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed
Range from – 32576 to 32576 ft/min in 64 ft/min
steps.
Velocity
Range 0 to 2000 knots.
Track Angle
Value range from -180 to 180 degrees in 1-degree
steps.
Squitter Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Squitter Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, or Both
Start/Stop Time.
Enable.
If checked then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Altitude Report
If enabled the altitude code will be present in the DF0
reply. If disabled the altitude code will set to 0.
Ground
Allows the user to set intruder on the ground.
Squitter Enable.
DO-260 Mode
-,A, or B.
Mode S Address
Squitter Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Altitude Code switch.
Gilham or Binary
Intruder Identification
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Item
25
Softkey
Yes
26
27
28
29
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
30
31
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Vertical Velocity Source
Geometric or Barometric
Velocity Type
Utility Message (UM) Field
Downlink Request (DR) Field
Position Squitter Type
ADS-B, Fine or Coarse
Flight Status (FS) Field
Transponder Capability (CA) Field
CPR Encoding
Odd/Even, Odd only, or Even only
Mode S Squitters
Waypoints
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3.1.2.5.9.
Static ADS‐R Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.9.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Static ADS-R Definition Menu. The Static ADS-R
Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for static ADS-R (DF18) intruder.
15 1 16 2 17 3 18 4 19 5
20 6 21 7 22 8 23 9 24 10 25 11 26 12 27 13 28 14 31 30 29 Figure 3.1.2.5.9.1 – Static ADS-R Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Function
Yes
Type
2
Yes
Number
3
Yes
Mode
Dynamic or Static.
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568.
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C,
TIS-B, ADS-R.
4
Yes
Tx Channel
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
16
Yes
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
20
Yes
Yes
21
22
Yes
Yes
23
Yes
24
25
Yes
Yes
Altitude
Binary range from -1000 to 50175 feet in 25 feet
steps. Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100
feet steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed
Range from – 32576 to 32576 ft/min in 64 ft/min
steps.
Velocity
Range 0 to 2000 knots.
Track Angle
Value range from -180 to 180 degrees in 1-degree
steps.
Squitter Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Squitter Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, or Both
Start/Stop Time.
Enable.
If checked then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Altitude Report
If enabled the altitude code will be present in the DF0
reply. If disabled the altitude code will set to 0.
Ground
Allows the user to set intruder on ground.
Squitter Enable.
DO-260 Mode
-,A, or B.
Mode S Address
Squitter Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Altitude Code
Gilham or Binary
Intruder Identification
Mode A Code
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Item
26
27
28
29
30
31
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Velocity Type
Utility Message (UM) Field
IMF Field
Downlink Request (DR) Field
Flight Status (FS) Field
Transponder Capability (CA) Field
CPR Encoding
Odd/Even, Odd only, or Even only
Mode S Squitters
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3.1.2.5.10.
Dynamic ADS‐R Definition Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.10.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Dynamic ADS-R Definition Menu. The Dynamic
ADS-R Definition Menu allows the user to define all the parameters for a dynamic ADS-R
(DF18) intruder.
15 1 16 2 17 3 18 4 19 5
20 6 21 7 22 8 23 9 24 10 25 11 26 12 27 13 14 31 30 28 29 Figure 3.1.2.5.10.1 – Dynamic ADS-R Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Type
Dynamic or Static
2
Yes
Number
3
Yes
Mode
Dynamic: 1-32; Static: 1-568
Mode S TCAS Only, Mode S Extended, Mode C,
TIS-B, ADS-R.
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Diagram
Item
4
Softkey
Yes
Function
Tx Channel
User can select from one of three possible
transmitters.
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
16
Yes
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
20
Yes
Yes
21
22
Yes
Yes
23
Yes
24
25
Yes
Yes
Altitude
Binary range from -1000 to 50175 feet in 25 feet
steps. Gilham range from -1000 to 126700 feet in 100
feet steps.
Bearing (Phase)
Range 0 – 359 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Range
Range from 0 to 160 nautical miles.
Latitude
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed
Range from – 32576 to 32576 ft/min in 64 ft/min
steps.
Velocity
Range 0 to 2000 knots.
Track Angle
Range from -180 to 180 degrees in 1-degree steps.
Squitter Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Squitter Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, or Both.
Start/Stop Time.
Enable.
If checked then test set will transmit the required
messages for this intruder.
Altitude Report
If enabled the altitude code will be present in the DF0
reply. If disabled the altitude code will set to 0.
Ground
Allows the user to set intruder on ground.
Squitter Enable
DO-260 Mode
-,A, or B.
Mode S Address
Squitter Probability Pattern
Values: 1.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2
Altitude Code
Gilham or Binary.
Intruder Identification
Mode A Code
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Item
26
27
28
29
30
31
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Velocity Type
Utility Message (UM) Field
IMF Field
Downlink Request (DR) Field
Flight Status (FS) Field
Transponder Capability (CA) Field
CPR Encoding
Odd/Even, Odd only, or Even only.
Mode S Squitters
Waypoints
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3.1.2.5.11.
TCAS Display Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.11.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Display Menu. The TCAS Display Menu
allows the user to view the scenario defined during the tests. The own aircraft information is
displayed on the bottom left corner of the display.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.11.1 – TCAS Display Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Function
Display Area
Range
Allows selection of display range. (2, 5, 10, 20, 50, or
100 nMi)
Yes
Caption
Yes
Allows selection whether or not to display caption
next to intruder.
Passive Intruder
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Allows the display of the passive intruder squitter
position. Passive intruders only shown when Hybrid
Deviation is enabled. Passive intruders are the ADSB information.
Yes
Active Intruder
Allows the display of the active intruder position.
Active intruder is the DF reply position.
Note: When an external source (Ethernet or 429) is used the own aircraft information is
updated every 5 seconds when a Scenario is not running. The data is updated every second if
the scenario is running.
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3.1.2.5.12.
TCAS Ground Station Menu
Figure 3.1.2.5.12.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Ground Station Menu. The TCAS Ground
Station Menu allows the user to define up to fifteen (15) different ground stations. The menu
also allows the user to define the timeframe and what type of interrogation to perform.
1 4
2 5
3 Figure 3.1.2.5.12.1 TCAS Ground Station Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
2
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
Function
Ground Station
Range 1 – 15
Interrogation Name
This combobox allows selection of a valid UF
message.
Starting At
Allows setting the initial time that the selected
interrogation will be transmitted.
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling the current ground
station.
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Diagram
Item
5
Softkey
Yes
Function
Stopping At
Allows setting the final time that the selected
interrogation will be transmitted.
Yes
Interrogations
Opens a menu that allows changing the contents of
the UF messages.
Figure 3.1.2.5.12.2 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Ground Station Interrogations Menu. This
menu allows the user to modify the contents of the selected UF message in different time
sections.
1 Figure 3.1.2.5.12.2 TCAS Ground Station Interrogations Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Function
Data grid of all defined UF messages at all timeframes.
Add
Adds a new time interval.
Remove
Removes a time interval.
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Yes
Start Time
Yes
Stop Time
Start time for the selected interval.
Stop time for the selected interval.
Yes
Enable
Enables or disables transmission during the selected
interval.
Yes
Frame Details
Opens a menu that illustrates the details for the
selected UF message, in order to modify the
contents.
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3.1.2.5.13.
TCAS ATCRBS Pulse Information Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.13.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS ATCRBS Pulse Information Menu. This
menu allows the user to modify the width, position, amplitude and visibility of the ATCRBS
pulse for a selected generator. The menu also allows changing the rise and fall times for the
selected generator.
1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 3.1.2.5.13.1 TCAS ATCRBS Pulse Information Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Tx Channel
Gen A, Gen C, or Gen D
2
Yes
Rise/Fall
Allows selection of rise and fall time for the selected
generator. (50/50, 100/200, 230/230, 600/600
nanoseconds)
3
Yes
Delta Width
4
Yes
Delta Position
Allows setting the width of each individual pulse.
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
5
Yes
6
Yes
Yes
Function
Allows setting the position of each individual pulse.
Delta Amplitude
Allows setting the delta amplitude for each individual
pulse to 0 or -1 dB.
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling each individual pulse.
Reset
Sets all values back to default.
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3.1.2.5.14.
TCAS Mode S Pulse Information Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.14.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Mode S Pulse Information Menu. This menu
allows the user to modify the width, position, amplitude and visibility of the Mode S preamble
pulses for a selected generator. The menu also allows changing the rise and fall times for the
selected generator.
1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 3.1.2.5.14.1 TCAS Mode S Pulse Information Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Function
Yes
Tx Channel
Yes
Rise/Fall
Gen A, Gen C, or Gen D
2
Allows selection of rise and fall time for the selected
generator. (50/50, 100/200, 230/230, 600/600
nanoseconds)
3
Yes
Delta Width
Allows setting the width of each individual pulse.
4
Yes
Delta Position
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
5
Yes
6
Yes
Yes
Function
Allows setting the position of each individual pulse.
Delta Amplitude
Allows setting the delta amplitude for each individual
pulse to 0 or -1 dB.
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling each individual pulse.
Reset
Sets all values back to default.
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3.1.2.5.15.
TCAS Video Blocks Menu Figure 3.1.2.5.15.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS Video Blocks Definition Menu. This menu
allows the user to define the video block and trigger mechanism to transmit the block. Figure
3.1.2.5.15.1 shows the Mode S trigger source and Figure 3.1.2.5.15.2 shows the ATCRBS
trigger source.
1 14 2 3 15 4 5 6 16 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Figure 3.1.2.5.15.1 TCAS Video Blocks Definition Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Function
Yes
Video Block
Yes
Starting At
Maximum 12.
2
Allows setting the initial time for video block
transmission.
3
4
Yes
Stopping At
Yes
Allows setting the final time for video block
transmission.
Trigger Source
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Allows setting the trigger source to either Mode C or
Mode S interrogation.
5
Yes
Tx Channel
Allows setting the transmitter to transmit the video
block.
6
Yes
Bearing
Allows setting the bearing of the transmitter when
transmitting the video block.
7
Yes
Range
Allows setting the time delay from the trigger.
8
Yes
Altitude
9
10
Yes
Yes
Velocity
Vertical Speed
11
Yes
Track
12
Yes
Reply Power
Used only if dynamic velocity not 0.
Used only if dynamic velocity not 0.
Used only if dynamic velocity not 0.
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
16
Yes
Yes
17
18
19
Yes
Yes
Yes
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Reply Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, Alternating, Both, or By
Altitude
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling the video block.
Mode S Address
Altitude Code
Gilham or Binary
One Shot Video Data
Video Waypoints
Video Data Bits
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1 15 2 3 16 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Figure 3.1.2.5.15.2 TCAS Video Blocks Definition Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Function
Yes
Video Block
Yes
Starting At
Maximum 12
2
Allows setting the initial time for video block
transmission.
3
Yes
4
Yes
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
Stopping At
Allows setting the final time for video block
transmission.
Trigger Source
Allows setting the trigger source to either Mode C or
Mode S interrogation.
Tx Channel
Allows setting the transmitter to transmit the video
block.
Bearing
Allows setting the bearing of the transmitter when
transmitting the video block.
Range
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Allows setting the time delay from the trigger.
8
Yes
Altitude
9
10
Yes
Yes
Velocity
Vertical Speed
11
Yes
Track
Used only if dynamic velocity not 0.
Used only if dynamic velocity not 0.
Used only if dynamic velocity not 0.
12
Yes
13
Yes
14
Yes
15
Yes
16
17
18
19
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Reply Power
Low power range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps. High
power range from 1 to -69 dBm.
Reply Antenna
Top Only, Bottom Only, Alternating, Both, or By
Altitude
Reply Quadrant
Forward, Right, After, Left, or Any Quadrant
Enable
Allows enabling or disabling the video block.
Whisper Shout Level
One Shot Video Data
Video Waypoints
Video Data Bits
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1 2 Figure 3.1.2.5.15.3 TCAS Video Data Bit Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Displays a list of all the pulses defined with the starting location and
width.
Displays the video bits using the selected bit width of 25 or 50
nanoseconds.
Add
Adds a new pulse.
Remove
Removes the selected pulse.
Pulse Position
Starting position of the selected pulse.
Pulse Width
Width of the selected pulse.
Video Amplitude
Open a menu that allows setting the amplitude of
each bit from 3 to -4 dB
Video Format
Sets the format of displaying the video bits in
hexadecimal or binary.
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3.1.2.6.
TCAS ATE Line Menu Figure 3.1.2.6.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 TCAS ATE Line Menu. The TCAS ATE Line Menu
allows the user to view the information being received via the ATE Lines connector.
1 Figure 3.1.2.6.1 – TCAS ATE Line Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
No
Yes
Yes
Function
Data grid of all received ATE Lines
Display
Display On/Off
Mode Update/Continuous
Clear
Quantity to Show (1 -1000)
Refresh
Data Logging
Pause/Record
Export (Future)
Import (Future)
Clear
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Yes
Function
ATESource
Direct Connect/ATE Interface Box
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3.1.2.7.
TCAS Chamber Mode Menu Figure 3.1.2.7.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Chamber Mode Menu. The TCAS Chamber Mode
Menu allows the user to set the path loss between the outputs of the TTG-7000C RF Amplifier
unit and the TCAS Processor Antenna input port. It also allows the setting of the Fruit power
levels.
1 2
Figure 3.1.2.7.1 – TCAS Chamber Mode Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
Path loss for every chamber antenna port
0° - Path Loss for 0° port
45° - Path Loss for 45° port
90° - Path Loss for 90° port
135° - Path Loss for 135° port
180° - Path Loss for 180° port
225° - Path Loss for 225° port
270° - Path Loss for 270° port
315° - Path Loss for 315° port
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Diagram
Item
2
Softkey
Yes
Function
Fruit power levels
Hi Power - Fruit Hi power level
Med Power - Fruit Med power level
Low Power - Fruit Low power level
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3.1.2.8.
Measurement Menu Figure 3.1.2.8.1 and 3.1.2.8.2 illustrates the TTG-7000 Measurement Menu. The Measurement
Menu allows the user to view the pulses from the TCAS Processor or Transponder. The
Measurement Menu allows the user to make measurements for power, pulsewidth, risetime,
falltime, spacing, frequency, and phase.
1 8
2 9
3 10 4 11 5 6 7 Figure 3.1.2.8.1 – Scope Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
2
3
Yes
Yes
4
Yes
Function
Measurement/Scope
Allows the user to perform a measurement or set the
scope to view a received waveform.
Channel 1 selection
Trigger source
Log Video, ATE Line Mode S, ATE Line Mode A, or
ATE Line Mode C
Trigger level
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
If ATE Line Mode C/Mode A is selected for the trigger
source then a combobox to select whisper/shout level
is displayed. If Log Video is selected for the trigger
source then a slider for power level is displayed. If
ATE Line Mode S is selected for trigger source then
Mode S Address numeric control is displayed.
5
Yes
Trigger mode
6
Yes
Trigger edge.
Single or Normal
7
Yes
8
Yes
9
Yes
10
11
Yes
Yes
+ or -. Only displayed if trigger source is Log Video.
Waveform graph area.
Dragging the mouse or finger on the touchscreen
over the axis and graph can change the
horizontal/vertical scales and horizontal/vertical
positions.
Trigger Antenna
Top or Bottom
Sampling timespan.
10, 25, or 100 nanoseconds[100, 40, or 10 MHz)
Receiver Port
Channel 2 selection
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2 8
3 4 9
5 6 Figure 3.1.2.8.2 – Measurement Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
2
Yes
3
4
Yes
Yes
5
Yes
6
Yes
Function
Measurement/Scope
Allows the user to perform a measurement or set the
scope to view a received waveform.
Measurement
Pulse, Frequency, Phase
Pulse selection
Trigger level
If ATE Line Mode C/Mode A is selected for the trigger
source then a combobox to select whisper/shout level
is displayed. If Log Video is selected for the trigger
source then a slider for power level is displayed. If
ATE Line Mode S is selected for trigger source then
Mode S Address numeric control is displayed.
Trigger mode.
Single or Normal
Waveform graph area.
Dragging the mouse or finger on the touchscreen
over the axis and graph can change the
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
horizontal/vertical scales and horizontal/vertical
positions.
7
Yes
Trigger source
Log Video, ATE Line Mode S, ATE Line Mode A, or
ATE Line Mode C.
8
9
Yes
Yes
Receiver Port
Top/Bottom Antenna
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3.1.3. TransponderMenu
Figure 3.1.3.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Menu.
Figure 3.1.3.1 – Transponder Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
3
4
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Settings
Measurements
Receiver Menu
Transponder Tests
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3.1.3.1.
Transponder Settings Figure 3.1.3.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Settings Menu. The Transponder
Settings Menu allows the user to configure the Transmitter, Receiver, and Antenna Simulator
modules within the test set for transponder tests. This menu is mainly used for testing and
troubleshooting of the TTG-7000. For Transponder unit testing, this menu should only be used
to set the individual RF generator frequencies.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Figure 3.1.3.1.1 – Transponder Settings Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
3
4
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Suppression Out On/Off
Receiver Path
Allows the user to select which port to connect the
Top/Bottom Receiver. Selections available are Rx
T1/B1, Rx T2/B2, Rx T3/B3, Rx T4/B4, Chamber, or
Combiner.
Transmitter On/Off
Tx Frequency
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Allows the setting of the Transmitter frequency.
Individual setting for each transmitter. Range from 962
to 1213 MHz in 0.1 MHz steps.
5
Yes
Tx Power
Allows the setting of the Transmitter power from -20 to 90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
6
7
Yes
Tx Path
Yes
Allows setting the Tx path to Top All Ports/Bottom All
Ports/Single Port.
Modulation CW/Pulse
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3.1.3.2.
Transponder Test (Single Interrogation Figure 3.1.3.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Test Menu in Single Interrogation Mode.
The Transponder Test Menu in Single Interrogation Mode allows the user to setup the TTG7000 to transmit a Mode A, Mode C, Mode A All-Call, Mode C All-Call, Mode A/Mode S All-Call,
Mode C/Mode S All-Call, Mode S, P1-P2, Pulse, or DME pulse pair.
1 9
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Figure 3.1.3.2.1 – TTG-7000 Transponder Test (Single Interrogation) Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Function
Yes
Test Mode
Yes
Allows selection single interrogation mode, double
interrogations, interrogation table, block interrogations,
or interrogation with CW.
Interrogation Type
Allows selection of interrogation of any of the following:
Mode A, Mode C, Mode A All-Call, Mode C All-Call,
Mode A/Mode S All-Call, Mode C/Mode S All-Call,
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
3
Yes
4
Yes
5
6
7
Yes
Yes
Yes
8
Yes
9
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Mode S, P1-P2, Pulse, DME pulse pair, or Alternating
Mode A/C.
Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF)
1 to 10000 Hz
Power
Range from -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
Frequency
Measurement Pulse
Antenna Selection
Top or Bottom
Information Section
Provides to the user % reply, Mode A code, Mode C
Altitude, Mode S reply ….
Measurement Pulse Scope illustration
Load
Loads a saved transponder test.
Save
Saves current test setup to a CSV file.
Reset
Resets the current screen to default values.
Single Interrogation Mode
Allows modifying the selected single interrogation type
parameters (I.E. pulse spacing, pulse width …).
Tx
Start/Stop Transmissions
Instrument Settings
Cable Loss (Cable loss on top antenna).
Cable Loss Bottom (Cable loss on bottom antenna).
Suppression Output On/Off
Interference Pulse On/Off (Single, Double, and
Interrogation Table Modes). Interference Pulse only on
Top antenna port.
Burst On/Off (Interrogation Table Mode Only)
Interference Pulse
Reset (Default interference pulse parameters).
Pulse Spacing
Start (-14.975 to 393 microsecond from
interrogation P1).
Interference Pulse P2 On/Off
Interference Pulse P2 Spacing (0 to 400
microseconds.
Pulse Width (0 to 1.95 microseconds)
Pulse Level
CAL, VAR, or OFF.
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20
dBm.
Yes
Receiver Summary
Provides squitter rates and data for common
Transponder squitters.
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3.1.3.3.
Transponder Mode A Menu Figure 3.1.3.3.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Mode A Menu. The Transponder Mode
A Menu allows the user to setup the test set for Mode A interrogations.
1 2 3 4 5 6 8 7 Figure 3.1.3.3.1 – Transponder Mode A Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
5
Yes
Function
Interrogation mode
PRF
Range 1-10000 Hz.
Power.
Range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
Pulse Spacing.
P1-P2 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds).
P1-P3 (6.05 to 9.95 microseconds).
Spacing steps in 0.025 microseconds.
Pulse Width.
0 to 1.950 microseconds.
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Item
Softkey
Function
Steps in 0.025 microsecond.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
Pulse Level.
(CAL, VAR, OFF).
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20 dBm.
Bottom settings.
Time deviation +/- 1.0 microseconds in 0.025
microsecond steps.
Power deviation +/- 20 dB in 1 dB steps. High end limit 20 dBm.
SLS On/Off
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3.1.3.4.
Transponder Mode C Menu Figure 3.1.3.4.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Mode C Menu. The Transponder Mode
C Menu allows the user to setup the test set for Mode C interrogations.
1 2 3 4 5 6 8 7 Figure 3.1.3.4.1 – Transponder Mode C Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
5
Yes
Function
Interrogation mode
PRF
Range 1-10000 Hz.
Power.
Range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
Pulse Spacing.
P1-P2 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds).
P1-P3 (19.05 to 22.95 microseconds).
Spacing steps in 0.025 microseconds.
Pulse Width.
0 to 1.950 microseconds.
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Item
Softkey
Function
Steps in 0.025 microsecond.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
Pulse Level.
(CAL, VAR, OFF).
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20 dBm.
Bottom settings.
Time deviation +/- 1.0 microseconds in 0.025
microsecond steps.
Power deviation +/- 20 dB in 1 dB steps. High end limit 20 dBm.
SLS On/Off
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3.1.3.5.
Transponder Mode A All‐Call Menu Figure 3.1.3.5.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Mode A All-Call Menu. The Transponder
Mode A All-Call Menu allows the user to setup the test set for Mode A All-Call interrogations.
1 2 3 4 5 6 8
7 Figure 3.1.3.5.1 – Transponder Mode A All-Call Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
Function
Interrogation mode
PRF
Range 1-10000 Hz.
Power.
Range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
Pulse Spacing.
P1-P2 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds).
P1-P3 (6.05 to 9.95 microseconds).
P3-P4 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds)
Spacing steps in 0.025 microseconds.
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Diagram
Item
5
Softkey
Yes
Function
Pulse Width.
0 to 1.950 microseconds. (P1,P2, and P3)
0 to 2.5 microseconds. (P4)
Steps in 0.025 microsecond.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
Pulse Level.
(CAL, VAR, OFF).
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20 dBm.
Bottom settings.
Time deviation +/- 1.0 microseconds in 0.025
microsecond steps.
Power deviation +/- 20 dB in 1 dB steps. High end limit 20 dBm.
SLS On/Off
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3.1.3.6.
Transponder Mode C All‐Call Menu Figure 3.1.3.6.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Mode C All-Call Menu. The Transponder
Mode C All-Call Menu allows the user to setup the test set for Mode C All-Call interrogations.
1 2 3 4 5 6 8
7 Figure 3.1.3.6.1 – Transponder Mode C All-Call Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
Function
Interrogation mode
PRF
Range 1-10000 Hz.
Power.
Range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
Pulse Spacing.
P1-P2 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds).
P1-P3 (20.05 to 22.95 microseconds).
P3-P4 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds)
Spacing steps in 0.025 microseconds.
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Item
5
Softkey
Yes
Function
Pulse Width.
0 to 1.950 microseconds. (P1,P2, and P3)
0 to 2.5 microseconds. (P4)
Steps in 0.025 microsecond.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
Pulse Level.
(CAL, VAR, OFF).
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20 dBm.
Bottom settings.
Time deviation +/- 1.0 microseconds in 0.025
microsecond steps.
Power deviation +/- 20 dB in 1 dB steps. High end limit 20 dBm.
SLS On/Off
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3.1.3.7.
Transponder Mode A/Mode S All‐Call Menu Figure 3.1.3.7.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Mode A/Mode S All-Call Menu. The
Transponder Mode A/Mode S All-Call Menu allows the user to setup the test set for Mode
A/Mode S All-Call interrogations.
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7 Figure 3.1.3.7.1 – Transponder Mode A/Mode S All Call Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
Function
Interrogation mode
PRF
Range 1-10000 Hz.
Power.
Range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
Pulse Spacing.
P1-P2 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds).
P1-P3 (6.05 to 9.95 microseconds).
P3-P4 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds)
Spacing steps in 0.025 microseconds.
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Diagram
Item
5
Softkey
Yes
Function
Pulse Width.
0 to 1.950 microseconds. (P1,P2, and P3)
0 to 2.5 microseconds. (P4)
Steps in 0.025 microsecond.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
Pulse Level.
(CAL, VAR, OFF).
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20 dBm.
Bottom settings.
Time deviation +/- 1.0 microseconds in 0.025
microsecond steps.
Power deviation +/- 20 dB in 1 dB steps. High end limit 20 dBm.
SLS On/Off
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3.1.3.8.
Transponder Mode C/Mode S All‐Call Menu Figure 3.1.3.8.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Mode C/Mode S All-Call Menu. The
Transponder Mode C/Mode S All-Call Menu allows the user to setup the test set for Mode
C/Mode S All-Call interrogations.
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7 Figure 3.1.3.8.1 – Transponder Mode C/Mode S All-Call Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
Function
Interrogation mode
PRF
Range 1-10000 Hz.
Power.
Range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
Pulse Spacing.
P1-P2 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds).
P1-P3 (19.05 to 22.95 microseconds).
P3-P4 (0.05 to 3.95 microseconds)
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Item
Softkey
Function
Spacing steps in 0.025 microseconds.
5
Yes
Pulse Width.
0 to 1.950 microseconds. (P1,P2, and P3)
0 to 2.5 microseconds. (P4)
Steps in 0.025 microsecond.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
Pulse Level.
(CAL, VAR, OFF).
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20 dBm.
Bottom settings.
Time deviation +/- 1.0 microseconds in 0.025
microsecond steps.
Power deviation +/- 20 dB in 1 dB steps. High end limit 20 dBm.
SLS On/Off
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3.1.3.9.
Transponder Mode S Menu Figure 3.1.3.9.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Mode S Menu.
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7 8 Figure 3.1.3.9.1 – Transponder Mode S Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
5
Yes
Function
Interrogation mode
PRF.
Range 1-10000 Hz.
Power.
Range -20 to -90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
Pulse Spacing.
P1-P2 (1 to 3 microseconds).
P1-P6 (1.55 to 5.45 microseconds).
P1-SPR (3.75 to 5.75 microseconds).
P1-P5 (2.4 to 6.3 microseconds).
Spacing steps in 0.025 microseconds.
Pulse Width.
P1 and P2 (0 to 1.950 microseconds).
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
The last 0.5 microsecond of P6 (0 to 1.950
microseconds).
P5 (0.2 to 1.950 microseconds).
Steps in 0.025 microseconds.
6
Yes
7
Yes
8
9
Yes
Yes
Pulse Level.
CAL, VAR, or OFF.
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20 dBm.
P5 Only
Bottom settings.
Time deviation +/- 1.0 microseconds in 0.025
microsecond steps.
Power deviation +/- 20 dB in 1 dB steps.
Upper end limited to -20 dBm.
Interrogation
SLS On/Off
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3.1.3.10.
Transponder Test (Double Interrogation Mode) Figure 3.1.3.10.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Transponder Test Menu in Double Interrogation
Mode. The Transponder Test Menu allows the user to setup the TTG-7000 to transmit a double
interrogation.
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2 3 4 5 Figure 3.1.3.10.1 – TTG-7000 Transponder Test (Double Interrogation) Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
2
Yes
3
4
Yes
Yes
Function
Test Mode
Allows selection single interrogation mode, double
interrogations, interrogation table, block interrogations,
or interrogation with CW.
Double Interrogation Table
Illustrates the two interrogations selected for
transmission.
Measurement Pulse
Antenna Selection
Top or Bottom
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Diagram
Item
5
6
Softkey
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Information Section
Provides to the user % reply, Mode A code, Mode C
Altitude, Mode S reply ….
Measurement Pulse Scope illustration
Load
Loads a saved transponder test.
Save
Saves current test setup to a CSV file.
Reset
Resets the current screen to default values.
Double Interrogation
Allows modifying the double interrogation parameters.
Tx
Start/Stop Transmissions
Instrument Settings
Cable Loss (Cable loss on top antenna).
Cable Loss Bottom (Cable loss on bottom antenna).
Suppression Output On/Off
Interference Pulse On/Off (Single, Double, and
Interrogation Table Modes). Interference Pulse only on
Top antenna port.
Burst On/Off (Interrogation Table Mode Only)
Interference Pulse
Reset (Default interference pulse parameters).
Pulse Spacing
Start (-14.975 to 393 microsecond from
interrogation P1).
Interference Pulse P2 On/Off
Interference Pulse P2 Spacing (0 to 400
microseconds.
Pulse Width (0 to 1.95 microseconds)
Pulse Level
CAL, VAR, or OFF.
Variable range +9 to -19 dB.
All signals above -20 dBm are limited to -20
dBm.
Receiver Summary
Provides squitter rates and data for common
Transponder squitters.
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Figure 3.1.3.10.2 illustrates the menu for setting the parameters for a double interrogation.
Both messages will be transmitted on the top antenna. To modify the parameters of any of the
messages select the message and use the softkeys to the right.
Figure 3.1.3.10.2 – Double Interrogation Parameter Menu
Diagram
Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Double Settings
P1 – P1 Spacing (0 to 400 microseconds).
Interlace Interrogation On/Off
Interlace Ratio (1:1 to 1:1000). I.E. 1:4 ratio means that
the TTG will transmit a second interrogation every
fourth PRF period.
Pulse Settings
Will open the menu to change the pulse and spacing
parameters for the selected transmission.
Mode
Allows selection of interrogation of any of the following:
Mode A, Mode C, Mode A All-Call, Mode C All-Call,
Mode A/Mode S All-Call, Mode C/Mode S All-Call,
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Mode S, P1-P2, Pulse, DME pulse pair, or Alternating
Mode A/C.
Yes
PRF
1 to 10000 Hz
Yes
Power Level
Yes
Yes
Frequency
PRF Sync
-20 to -90 dBm.
Provides mechanism to sync or unsync the PRF of the
first transmission with the second. This softkey is
available for P1-P2, Pulse or DME interrogations.
Yes
Sync
% reply and information sync.
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3.1.4 UATMenu
Figure 3.1.4.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT Menu. The UAT Menu allows the user to select
between the Settings, Receiving Station, Receiver, or Scenario menus for UAT testing.
Figure 3.1.4.1 – UAT Menu
Diagram
Item
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Settings
Receiving Station
Receiver Menu
Scenario
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3.1.4.1.
UAT Settings Figure 3.1.4.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT Settings Menu. The UAT Settings Menu allows
the user to configure the Transmitter, Receiver, and Antenna Simulator modules within the test
set for UAT tests. This menu is mainly used for testing and troubleshooting of the TTG-7000.
For UAT unit testing, this menu should only be used to set the individual RF generator
frequencies.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Figure 3.1.4.1.1 – UAT Settings Menu
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
Function
OEM
Allows the user to select the TCAS system OEM. The
antenna resistors are set according to OEM selection.
Also the calibration tables to emulate the bearing of
intruders are loaded according to the OEM selection.
OEM selections are Honeywell Directional, Honeywell
Omni, Collins Phase Directional, Collins Phase Omni,
ACSS Directional, ACSS Omni, Collins Magnitude
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Directional, Collins Magnitude Omni, Garmin or
Avidyne.
2
Yes
Receiver Path
Allows the user to select which port to connect the
Top/Bottom Receiver. Selections available are Rx
T1/B1, Rx T2/B2, Rx T3/B3, Rx T4/B4, Chamber, or
Combine.
3
Yes
Modulation
4
Yes
Tx Path
CW or Pulse
Allows setting the Tx path to Top All Ports/Bottom All
Ports/Single Port. For UAT, UAT #1 is set to B1 port
and UAT #2 is set to B2 port.
5
Yes
Tx Power
Allows the setting of the Transmitter power from -20 to 90 dBm in 1 dB steps.
6
Yes
Tx Frequency
Allows the setting of the Transmitter frequency.
Individual setting for each transmitter. Range from 962
to 1213 MHz in 0.1 MHz steps.
7
Yes
Generator
Yes
Factory Setup
On/Off
Sets all hardware to default setting according to
hardware configuration.
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3.1.4.2.
UAT Receiver Menu Figure 3.1.4.2.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT Receiver Menu. The UAT Receiver Menu allows
the user to view the transmissions from an UAT system and the transmissions from the TTG7000 test set.
1 2 Figure 3.1.4.2.1 – TTG-7000 UAT Receiver Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
No
No
Yes
Function
Top section of the Receiver Menu illustrates the status of reception
from either the TCAS system under test or from the test set. There is a
LED associated for the ATCRBS Reply, DF Reply, ATCRBS
Interrogation, and UF Interrogation for the TCAS System (Rx Group)
and the test set (Tx Group). For UAT option, LEDs are shown in the
Rx and Tx group.
Reception section shows the last 8 receptions. Lines in blue represent
receptions from the TCAS system. Lines in green represent
receptions from the test set.
Capture
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
UUT DF
TTG DF
UUT UF
TTG UF
UUT ATCRBS Replies
TTG ATCRBS Replies
UUT ATCRBS Interrogation
TTG ATCRBS Interrogation
UUT UAT
TTG UAT
Yes
Display
Display On/Off
UTC Time On/Off
UTC Source
Update/Continuous
Time Relative/Absolute
Clear
Frame Details
Quantity to Show
Refresh
Yes
Datalogging
Yes
Yes
Pause/Record
Export
Clear
Filtered Masked Menu
Highlight Masked Menu
When performing an export the TTG-7000 generates a SDF (Compact Database File) and
exports the file to the selected file location. The operator can download from ATG’s website a
Reporting Tool that will display the contents of the SDF file and will allow the user to generate
multiple CSV files from the exported data. Also all the DF17 position, velocity, and
identification messages are decoded in the Reporting Tool.
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3.1.4.3
UAT Receiving Station Menu Figure 3.1.4.3.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT Receiving Station Menu. The UAT Receiving
Station allows the user to enter the Receiving Station position information.
1 2 3 4 5 Figure 3.1.4.3.1 – TTG-7000 UAT Receiving Station Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
4
Yes
5
Yes
Function
Mode S Address
Latitude
Range from -90 to 90 degrees.
Longitude
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
Altitude
Range from -1000 to 65535 feet.
Heading
Range from -180 to 180 degrees.
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3.1.4.3.
UAT Scenario Menu Figure 3.1.4.4.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT Scenario Menu. The UAT Scenario allows the
user to define UAT scenario with static and dynamic targets.
1 2 11 3 12 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Figure 3.1.4.4.1 – TTG-7000 UAT Scenario Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
3
4
5
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Scenario Time.
Range 0 to 6550 seconds.
Static Targets for UAT#1 defined and enabled.
Dynamic Targets for UAT#1 defined and enabled.
Dynamic Targets for UAT#2 defined and enabled.
Static Targets for UAT#1 defined and enabled.
Capture Squitters and Data Logging.
If enabled will clear log file when scenario starts and
start capturing new messages.
Static Test Mode.
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Diagram
Item
Softkey
Function
Targets are active at the end of scenario time at their
last position.
Re-Compile After Load.
Compiles all messages for the different targets after
loading a saved file.
UTC Time GPS.
If enabled uses the UTC time from the GPS source
input on external I/O BNC #3. If disabled, the
Touchscreen provides the DSP and FPGA with the
UTC time.
UAT MSO Steps.
The separation between UAT messages.
Sweep Control for UAT#1.
If enabled then the UAT messages will change every
second by the sweep step until the MSO reaches the
interval.
Sweep Control for UAT#2.
If enabled then the UAT messages will change every
second by the sweep step until the MSO reaches the
interval.
Note: When defining targets automatically the Touchscreen software starts at MSO 752 and
spaces the targets at the specified MSO steps.
Note: In order to transmit UAT messages and the runtime to function after a start of scenario,
the TTG-7000 needs the PPS signal from the GPS on external I/O #1 to function. User can
also provide a 1 Hz signal on external I/O #1.
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3.1.4.4.1
UAT Target Definition Menu Figure 3.1.4.4.1.1 illustrates the TTG-7000 Target Definition Menu. The UAT Scenario allows
the user to define UAT scenario with static and dynamic targets.
15 1 16 2 17 3 18 4 19 5 20 6 21 7 22 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Figure 3.1.4.4.1.1 – TTG‐7000 UAT Target Definition Menu [Payload 0 thru 10] Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
2
3
Yes
Yes
4
5
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
Function
Target Type.
Static or Dynamic
Target Number
Payload Type.
Payload 0 thru 10, Basic ADS-B, Long ADS-B, or
Ground Uplink
Mode S Address
A/G State.
Subsonic, Supersonic, Grounded, or Reserved
Altitude.
Range from -1000 to 101350 feet.
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Diagram
Item
7
Softkey
Function
Yes
Latitude.
Yes
Longitude.
Range +/-90 degrees
8
9
Yes
10
Yes
11
Yes
12
13
14
Yes
Yes
Yes
15
Yes
16
Yes
17
Yes
18
Yes
19
20
Yes
Yes
21
Yes
22
Yes
Range +/- 180 degrees.
Vertical Speed.
Range +/- 32704 feet/minute
Velocity.
Range 0 to 1446 knots
Track.
Range +/- 180 degrees
NIC
Uplink Feedback
Power.
Range +1 to -98 dBm
Enable.
If check, the target is enabled.
Start and Stop Times.
For dynamic targets, the time when the target is
operational.
MSO.
The target MSO transmission slot.
Offset and Override.
If override is disabled, the offset is calculated between
the target latitude and longitude and the receiving
station latitude and longitude. If override is enabled,
the calculated offset is replace by the offset entered.
Address Qualifier
Vertical Velocity.
Geometric or Barometric
Altitude Type.
Barometric or Geometric
UTC Coupled.
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Figure 3.1.4.4.1.2 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT ADS-B Message Menu.
1 Figure 3.1.4.4.1.2 – TTG-7000 UAT ADS-B Message Menu
Diagram
Item
1
2
Softkey
No
Yes
Function
Message Name, Payload and FEC
Payload Details
Illustrates UAT Payload Fields Menu
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Figure 3.1.4.4.1.3 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT Payload Fields Menu.
Figure 3.1.4.4.1.3 – TTG-7000 UAT Payload Fields Menu
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Figure 3.1.4.4.1.4 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT Menu for either a Basic ADS-B or Long ADSB. This menu allows the user to enter the hexadecimal data for the message and FEC portions
of the ADS-B message.
7 1 8 2 9 3 10 4 5 6 Figure 3.1.4.4.1.4 – TTG-7000 UAT Target Definition Menu [Basic and Long ADS-B]
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
2
3
Yes
Yes
4
5
6
Yes
Yes
Yes
7
Yes
8
Yes
Function
Target Type.
Static or Dynamic
Target Number
Payload Type.
Payload 0 thru 10, Basic ADS-B, Long ADS-B, or
Ground Uplink
ADS-B Message Data.
FEC Parity Data
Power.
Range +1 to -98 dBm
Enable.
If check, the target is enabled.
Start and Stop Times.
For dynamic targets, the time when the target is
operational.
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Diagram
Item
9
10
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Function
MSO.
The target MSO transmission slot.
Offset and Override.
If override is disabled, the offset is calculated between
the target latitude and longitude and the receiving
station latitude and longitude. If override is enabled,
the calculated offset is replace by the offset entered.
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Figure 3.1.4.4.1.5 illustrates the TTG-7000 UAT Menu for a Ground Uplink message.
12 1 13 2 14 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Figure 3.1.4.4.1.5 – TTG-7000 UAT Target Definition Menu [Ground Uplink]
Diagram
Item
1
Softkey
Yes
2
3
Yes
Yes
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
12
Yes
Function
Target Type.
Static or Dynamic
Target Number
Payload Type.
Payload 0 thru 10, Basic ADS-B, Long ADS-B, or
Ground Uplink
UTC Coupled
Position Valid
Application Data Valid
Latitude
Longitude
Slot ID
TIS-B Site ID
Power.
Range +1 to -98 dBm
Enable.
If check, the target is enabled.
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Diagram
Item
13
14
Softkey
Yes
Yes
Yes
Function
Start and Stop Times.
For dynamic targets, the time when the target is
operational.
MSO.
The target MSO transmission slot.
Ground Uplink Message
Illustrates Ground Uplink Message Menu.
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3.2.
Howto…
3.2.1. HowtoChangeGPIBAddress
1. Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu 2. Press the System Menu softkey to display System Menu. 3. Change the GPIB address using the GPIB Address combobox or select GPIB Menu softkey and then use the GPIB Address softkey. Once the address is changed, the new address is stored and will be used until changed again. 3.2.2. HowtoChangeTransmitterFrequency
1.
2.
3.
4.
Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu Press the TCAS softkey to display TCAS Main Menu. Press the Settings softkey to display the TCAS Settings Menu. Change the frequency of the appropriate transmitter generator using the Frequency combobox or select Signal Generator softkey, appropriate transmitter generator softkey and then use the Frequency softkey. 3.2.3. HowtoSetaScopeOutput
1. Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu 2. Select the System Menu softkey to display System Menu. 3. Change the output by using the Scope 1 or Scope 2 combobox or using Scope 1 or Scope 2 softkey. 3.2.4. HowtoProgramDSPSoftwareorFPGAFirmware
1.
2.
3.
4.
Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu Press the System Menu softkey to display System Menu. Press the Software Update softkey to display the Software Update Menu. Press the Select softkey to display the file dialog to select the configuration file that will be used for programming. TTG‐7000User’sManual
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5. If all devices enabled in the configuration file are to be programmed, then press the Execute softkey to start programming. If some devices do not require reprogramming deselect the device under the Programming column and then press the Execute softkey to start programming. 6. During programming sequence the device being programmed will be highlighted in the table and a progress bar will be displayed in the lower section of the menu. 7. After programming is completed it is recommended to restart the system. To restart the system press the power switch allow power to turn off and press the power switch again to power up the test set. 3.2.5. HowtoInstalltheTTG‐7000CRFAmplifier
1. Turn off power of the TTG‐7000 by pressing the power switch on the front of the test set. 2. Connect the 25 pin ribbon cable provided with the TTG‐7000C from the rear of the TTG‐7000C Aux Control port to the TTG‐7000 Aux Control port. 3. Match the RF ports on the front of the TTG‐7000C with the RF ports on the front of the TTG‐
7000 using the RF cables provided with the TTG‐7000C. 4. Connect the RF cables from chamber to the TTG‐7000C RF ports on the rear. 5. Turn on power of the TTG‐7000 by pressing the power switch on the front of the test set. The TTG‐7000 provides power to the TTG‐7000C, therefore the power indicator on the TTG‐7000C should be illuminated once power is applied to the TTG‐7000. 3.2.6. HowtoEnterOwnAircraftInformation
1.
2.
3.
4.
Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu Press the TCAS softkey to display TCAS Main Menu. Press the Own Aircraft softkey to display the TCAS Own Aircraft Menu. Use the comboboxes or softkeys on the TCAS Own Aircraft Menu to enter the appropriate information. 3.2.7. HowtoSetupaStaticATCRBSIntruder
1.
2.
3.
4.
Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu Press the TCAS softkey to display TCAS Main Menu. Press the Scenario softkey to display the TCAS Scenario Menu. Use the Scenario Time combobox or softkey to enter the scenario time. TTG‐7000User’sManual
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5. Set the number of static intruders to at least 1 using either the Number of Static Intruders combobox or softkey. 6. Press the Intruders softkey to edit the intruder information. Select Mode C in the Intruder Mode combobox or softkey to display the Static Mode C Menu. 7. Use the controls on Static Mode C Menu to enter the information for your ATCRBS intruder. Static Mode C Minimum Parameters Parameter Default Selection (Range) Tx Channel Gen A Gen A, Gen C, or Gen D Altitude 1000 ‐1000 to 126700 feet Bearing 0 0 to 359 degrees Range 0 0 to 160 Nmi Latitude ‐90 to 90 degrees Longitude ‐180 to 180 degrees Reply Power ‐20 ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) Start at 0 0 to Scenario Duration Stop at Scenario Duration 0 to Scenario Duration Enable Enable Enable/Disable Reply On On/Off Altitude Reporting On On/Off WS1 0 0‐255 WS2 0 0‐255 Reply Antenna (WS1) By Altitude Bottom, Top, Both, By Altitude Reply Antenna (WS2) By Altitude Bottom, Top, Both, By Altitude Reply Quadrant (WS1) Forward Forward, Right, After, Left, Any Quadrant, By Location Reply Quadrant (WS2) Forward Forward, Right, After, Left, Any Quadrant, By Location Mode A Code 0000 0000‐7777 (Octal) Note: That for all intruders the location can be entered using range and bearing or latitude and longitude. If range and bearing is used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the latitude and longitude of the intruder. If latitude and longitude is being used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the range and bearing from the own aircraft. 8. When all the required information is entered press the Back softkey on the bottom of the softkey area to return to the TCAS Scenario Menu. 9. To start the scenario use the Scenario softkey. Once the scenario has started the Run Time box on the top of the menu should be changing with the current scenario time. TTG‐7000User’sManual
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10. If the scenario terminates, the Scenario softkey will return to the off position. If user wants to terminate the scenario before the total scenario time, change the Scenario softkey to the off position. 3.2.8. HowtoSetupaDynamicATCRBSIntruder
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu Press the TCAS softkey to display TCAS Main Menu. Press the Scenario softkey to display the TCAS Scenario Menu. Use the Scenario Time combobox or softkey to enter the scenario time. Set the number of dynamic intruders to at least 1 using either the Number of Dynamic Intruders combobox or softkey. 6. Press the Intruders softkey to edit the intruder information. Select Mode C in the Intruder Mode combobox or softkey to display the Dynamic Mode C Menu. 7. Use the controls on Dynamic Mode C Menu to enter the information for your ATCRBS intruder. This screen is similar to the static, but allows the user to enter a velocity, vertical speed, and track direction. Dynamic Mode C Minimum Parameters Parameter Default Selection (Range) Tx Channel Gen A Gen A, Gen C, or Gen D Altitude 1000 ‐1000 to 126700 feet Bearing 0 0 to 359 degrees Range 0 0 to 160 Nmi Latitude ‐90 to 90 degrees Longitude ‐180 to 180 degrees Velocity 0 0 to 2000 knots Vertical Speed 0 +/‐ 32576 ft/min Track 0 ‐180 to 180 degrees Reply Power ‐20 ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) Start at 0 0 to Scenario Duration Stop at Scenario Duration 0 to Scenario Duration Enable Enable Enable/Disable Reply On On/Off Altitude Reporting On On/Off WS1 0 0‐255 WS2 0 0‐255 TTG‐7000User’sManual
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Reply Antenna (WS1) Reply Antenna (WS2) Reply Quadrant (WS1) By Altitude By Altitude Forward Reply Quadrant (WS2) Forward Mode A Code 0000 Bottom, Top, Both, By Altitude Bottom, Top, Both, By Altitude Forward, Right, After, Left, Any Quadrant, By Location Forward, Right, After, Left, Any Quadrant, By Location 0000‐7777 (Octal) Note: That for all intruders the location can be entered using range and bearing or latitude and longitude. If range and bearing is used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the latitude and longitude of the intruder. If latitude and longitude is being used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the range and bearing from the own aircraft. 8. When all the required information is entered press the Back softkey on the bottom of the softkey area to return to the TCAS Scenario Menu. 9. To start the scenario use the Scenario softkey. Once the scenario has started the Run Time box on the top of the menu should be changing with the current scenario time. 10. If the scenario terminates, the Scenario softkey will return to the off position. If user wants to terminate the scenario before the total scenario time, change the Scenario softkey to the off position. 3.2.9. HowtoSetupaStaticModeSIntruder
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu Press the TCAS softkey to display TCAS Main Menu. Press the Scenario softkey to display the TCAS Scenario Menu. Use the Scenario Time combobox or softkey to enter the scenario time. Set the number of static intruders to at least 1 using either the Number of Static Intruders combobox or softkey. 6. Press the Intruders softkey to edit the intruder information. Select Mode S TCAS Only in the Intruder Mode combobox or softkey to display the Static Mode S Menu. 7. Use the controls on Static Mode S Menu to enter the information for your Mode S intruder. Static Mode S Minimum Parameters Parameter Default Selection (Range) Tx Channel Gen A Gen A, Gen C, or Gen D Altitude 1000 ‐1000 to 126700 feet Bearing 0 0 to 359 degrees Range 0 0 to 160 Nmi TTG‐7000User’sManual
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Latitude Longitude Reply Power ‐20 Reply Antenna By Altitude Squitter Power ‐50 Squitter Antenna Start at Stop at Enable Reply Squitter Ground Crosslink Capability Mode S Address Altitude Code Mode Reply Probability Squitter Probability Mode A Code CA FS DR UM SL RI (AQ=0) RI(AQ=1) Both 0 Scenario Duration Enable On On Off Off Binary 1 1 0000 0 0 0 0 No TCAS Sensitivity Level No on board TCAS No Airspeed ‐90 to 90 degrees ‐180 to 180 degrees ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) Bottom, Top, Both, Alternating, By Altitude ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) Top, Bottom, Both 0 to Scenario Duration 0 to Scenario Duration Enable/Disable On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off 0 – FFFFFF Binary, Gilham 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1 0000‐7777 (Octal) 0‐7 0‐7 0‐31 0‐63 0‐7 0‐7 0‐7 Note: That for all intruders the location can be entered using range and bearing or latitude and longitude. If range and bearing is used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the latitude and longitude of the intruder. If latitude and longitude is being used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the range and bearing from the own aircraft. 8. When all the required information is entered press the Back softkey on the bottom of the softkey area to return to the TCAS Scenario Menu. 9. To start the scenario use the Scenario softkey. Once the scenario has started the Run Time box on the top of the menu should be changing with the current scenario time. TTG‐7000User’sManual
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10. If the scenario terminates, the Scenario softkey will return to the off position. If user wants to terminate the scenario before the total scenario time, change the Scenario softkey to the off position. 3.2.10.
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Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu. Press the TCAS softkey to display TCAS Main Menu. Press the Scenario softkey to display the TCAS Scenario Menu. Use the Scenario Time combobox or softkey to enter the scenario time. Set the number of dynamic intruders to at least 1 using either the Number of Dynamic Intruders combobox or softkey. 6. Press the Intruders softkey to edit the intruder information. Select Mode S TCAS Only the Intruder Mode combobox or softkey to display the Dynamic Mode S Menu. 7. Use the controls on Dynamic Mode S Menu to enter the information for your Mode S intruder. This screen is similar to the static, but allows the user to enter a velocity, vertical speed, and track direction. Parameter Tx Channel Altitude Bearing Range Latitude Longitude Velocity Vertical Speed Track Reply Power Reply Antenna Squitter Power Squitter Antenna Start at Dynamic Mode S Minimum Parameters Default Selection (Range) Gen A Gen A, Gen C, or Gen D 1000 ‐1000 to 126700 feet 0 0 to 359 degrees 0 0 to 160 Nmi ‐90 to 90 degrees ‐180 to 180 degrees 0 0 to 2000 knots 0 +/‐ 32576 ft/min 0 ‐180 to 180 degrees ‐20 ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) By Altitude Bottom, Top, Both, Alternating, By Altitude ‐50 ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) Both Top, Bottom, Both 0 0 to Scenario Duration TTG‐7000User’sManual
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Stop at Enable Reply Squitter Ground Crosslink Capability Mode S Address Altitude Code Mode Reply Probability Squitter Probability Mode A Code CA FS DR UM SL RI (AQ=0) RI(AQ=1) Scenario Duration Enable On On Off Off Binary 1 1 0000 0 0 0 0 No TCAS Sensitivity Level No on board TCAS No Airspeed 0 to Scenario Duration Enable/Disable On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off 0 – FFFFFF Binary, Gilham 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1 0000‐7777 (Octal) 0‐7 0‐7 0‐31 0‐63 0‐7 0‐7 0‐7 Note: That for all intruders the location can be entered using range and bearing or latitude and longitude. If range and bearing is used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the latitude and longitude of the intruder. If latitude and longitude is being used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the range and bearing from the own aircraft. 8. When all the required information is entered press the Back softkey on the bottom of the softkey area to return to the TCAS Scenario Menu. 9. To start the scenario use the Scenario softkey. Once the scenario has started the Run Time box on the top of the menu should be changing with the current scenario time. 10. If the scenario terminates, the Scenario softkey will return to the off position. If user wants to terminate the scenario before the total scenario time, change the Scenario softkey to the off position. 3.2.11.
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5. Set the number of static intruders to at least 1 using either the Number of Static Intruders combobox or softkey. 6. Press the Intruders softkey to edit the intruder information. Select Mode S Extended in the Intruder Mode combobox or softkey to display the Static Mode S Extended Menu. 7. Use the controls on Static Mode S Extended Menu to enter the information for your Mode S Extended intruder. Static Mode S Extended Minimum Parameters Parameter Default Selection (Range) Tx Channel Gen A Gen A, Gen C, or Gen D Altitude 1000 ‐1000 to 126700 feet Bearing 0 0 to 359 degrees Range 0 0 to 160 Nmi Latitude ‐90 to 90 degrees Longitude ‐180 to 180 degrees Velocity 0 0 to 2000 knots Vertical Speed 0 +/‐ 32576 ft/min Track 0 ‐180 to 180 degrees Reply Power ‐20 ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) Reply Antenna By Altitude Bottom, Top, Both, Alternating, By Altitude Squitter Power ‐50 ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) Squitter Antenna Both Top, Bottom, Both Start at 0 0 to Scenario Duration Stop at Scenario Duration 0 to Scenario Duration Enable Enable Enable/Disable Reply On On/Off Squitter On On/Off Ground Off On/Off DO‐260 Mode DO‐260 DO‐260, DO‐260A, DO‐260B Crosslink Capability Off On/Off Mode S Address 0 – FFFFFF Override Range Calculation Off On/Off Altitude Code Mode Binary Binary, Gilham Reply Probability 1 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1 Squitter Probability 1 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1 Mode A Code 0000 0000‐7777 (Octal) TTG‐7000User’sManual
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Identification Code Identification Type Velocity Type CA FS DR UM SL RI (AQ=0) RI(AQ=1) RI(DF=16) Static (STAxxx) xxx = intruder number 1 GroundSpeed Normal (1) 0 0 0 0 No TCAS Sensitivity Level No on board TCAS No Airspeed No on board TCAS Up to 8 characters 1‐4 0‐7 0‐7 0‐7 0‐31 0‐63 0‐7 0‐7 0‐7 0‐15 Note: That for all intruders the location can be entered using range and bearing or latitude and longitude. If range and bearing is used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the latitude and longitude of the intruder. If latitude and longitude is being used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the range and bearing from the own aircraft. 8. When all the required information is entered press the Back softkey on the bottom of the softkey area to return to the TCAS Scenario Menu. 9. To start the scenario use the Scenario softkey. Once the scenario has started the Run Time box on the top of the menu should be changing with the current scenario time. 10. If the scenario terminates, the Scenario softkey will return to the off position. If user wants to terminate the scenario before the total scenario time, change the Scenario softkey to the off position. 3.2.12.
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Go to the TTG‐7000 Main Menu. Press the TCAS softkey to display TCAS Main Menu. Press the Scenario softkey to display the TCAS Scenario Menu. Use the Scenario Time combobox or softkey to enter the scenario time. Set the number of dynamic intruders to at least 1 using either the Number of Dynamic Intruders combobox or softkey. 6. Press the Intruders softkey to edit the intruder information. Select Mode S Extended the Intruder Mode combobox or softkey to display the Dynamic Mode S Extended Menu. 7. Use the controls on Dynamic Mode S Extended Menu to enter the information for your Mode S Extended intruder. TTG‐7000User’sManual
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Parameter Tx Channel Altitude Bearing Range Latitude Longitude Velocity Vertical Speed Track Reply Power Reply Antenna Squitter Power Squitter Antenna Start at Stop at Enable Reply Squitter Ground Crosslink Capability Mode S Address Altitude Code Mode Reply Probability Squitter Probability Mode A Code CA FS DR UM SL RI (AQ=0) RI(AQ=1) Dynamic Mode S Extended Minimum Parameters Default Selection (Range) Gen A Gen A, Gen C, or Gen D 1000 ‐1000 to 126700 feet 0 0 to 359 degrees 0 0 to 160 Nmi ‐90 to 90 degrees ‐180 to 180 degrees 0 0 to 2000 knots 0 +/‐ 32576 ft/min 0 ‐180 to 180 degrees ‐20 ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) By Altitude Bottom, Top, Both, Alternating, By Altitude ‐50 ‐20 to ‐90 dBm (Low Power) 1 to ‐69 dBm (Hi Power) Both Top, Bottom, Both 0 0 to Scenario Duration Scenario Duration 0 to Scenario Duration Enable Enable/Disable On On/Off On On/Off Off On/Off Off On/Off 0 – FFFFFF Binary Binary, Gilham 1 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1 1 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1 0000 0000‐7777 (Octal) 0 0‐7 0 0‐7 0 0‐31 0 0‐63 No TCAS Sensitivity Level 0‐7 No on board TCAS 0‐7 No Airspeed 0‐7 TTG‐7000User’sManual
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Note: That for all intruders the location can be entered using range and bearing or latitude and longitude. If range and bearing is used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the latitude and longitude of the intruder. If latitude and longitude is being used the TTG‐7000 will calculate the range and bearing from the own aircraft. 8. When all the required information is entered press the Back softkey on the bottom of the softkey area to return to the TCAS Scenario Menu. 9. To start the scenario use the Scenario softkey. Once the scenario has started the Run Time box on the top of the menu should be changing with the current scenario time. 10. If the scenario terminates, the Scenario softkey will return to the off position. If user wants to terminate the scenario before the total scenario time, change the Scenario softkey to the off position. TTG‐7000User’sManual
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4. REMOTECONNECTION(VNC)
Open Internet Browser (Internet Explorer, Safari), in the address field enter http://IPAddress( TTG7000):5800. Port 5800 is the VNC Viewer port. A VNC viewer will be downloaded into your PC or MAC. A security dialog could be shown similar to Figure 4.1. Select Run. Once the VNC Viewer is running a screen similar to Figure 4.2 (VNC Viewer Connection Details) will be shown. Select OK. A screen similar to Figure 4.3 (VNC Authentication) will be illustrated. All TTG7000 are setup with the password atg by default at the factory. Enter atg and press return. If the operator has changed the password of their TTG7000, then enter the new password. Figure 4.1 – VNC Viewer Download TTG‐7000User’sManual
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Figure 4.2 – VNC Viewer Connection Details Figure 4.3 – VNC Authentication TTG‐7000User’sManual
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Once the password has been authenticated, a VNC Viewer form (Figure 4.4) will be displayed with the current screen on the TTG7000. Use the PC’s mouse and keyboard to navigate between screens and modify parameters on the TTG7000. To stop using the VNC Viewer just close the VNC Viewer form. Figure 4.4 – TTG7000 TouchScreen Software on VNC Viewer To establish a VNC remote connection from an IPAD or Smartphone, download a VNC app into the device. Enter the IP Address of the TTG7000. Enter the password and the TTG7000 screen will be displayed on your IPAD or Smartphone. TTG‐7000User’sManual
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5. TESTCONFIGURATIONS
Transponder ATC/Mode S/ELS/EHS Test Configuration
Transponder ADS‐B Out (1090ES) Test Configuration
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TCAS/Hybrid Surveillance/ITP Version 0/1 Validation Test Configuration
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TCAS Coordinated RA Test Configuration TTG‐7000User’sManual
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