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TECHNICAL TRAINING MANUAL


MAINTENANCE COURSE - T1 & T2 (RR / Metric)
LEVEL III - ATA 46 Network Server System & Onboard
Information System
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LEVEL III - ATA 46 NETWORK SERVER SYSTEM & ONBOARD INFORMATION SYSTEM
NSS & OIS (AVIONICS DOMAIN)
Network Server System & Onboard Information System (AVIONICS
DOMAIN) Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
NSS & OIS (AVIONICS DOMAIN) Operation, Control & Indicating
(3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
NSS & OIS (FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAIN)
Network Server System & Onboard Information System (FLIGHT
OPERATIONS DOMAIN) Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
NSS & OIS (FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAIN) Operation, Control &
Indicating (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
NSS & OIS (COMMUNICATION & CABIN DOMAIN)
Network Server System & Onboard Information System
(COMMUNICATION & CABIN DOMAIN) Description (3) . . 36
NSS & OIS (COMMUNICATION & CABIN DOMAIN) Operation,
Control & Indicating (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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NETWORK SERVER SYSTEM & ONBOARD INFORMATION SYSTEM (AVIONICS DOMAIN)
DESCRIPTION (3)
OIS Services Overview
The Onboard Information System (OIS) part hosted in the AVIONICS
DOMAIN, supplies:
-An onboard/Airline Operational Control (AOC) centers communication
capability,
-Tools to support maintenance operations dedicated to the AVIONICS
WORLD, to the AVIONICS DOMAIN and to the cabin,
-Recording capability of A/C parameters,
-Electronic documentation related to flight, maintenance and cabin
operations,
-A servicing tool dedicated to refueling operation.
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OIS SERVICES OVERVIEW
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NETWORK SERVER SYSTEM & ONBOARD INFORMATION SYSTEM (AVIONICS DOMAIN)
DESCRIPTION (3)
AVIONICS DOMAIN Overview
The AVIONICS DOMAIN is composed of:
-2 redundant servers named Aircraft Network Server Unit-OPerationS
(ANSU-OPS). These servers supply computing and memory resources
to the hosted OIS applications, documentation and database.
-2 redundant routers named Aircraft Router Unit-OPerationS (ARU-OPS).
These routers manage data exchanged between the AVIONICS WORLD,
the Network Server System (NSS) and its Human Machine Interfaces
(HMIs).
-1 Secure Interface Router Unit (SIRU) is dedicated to decontaminating
Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS)
messages coming from ground and to safely connect Portable
Multipurpose Access Terminals (PMATs) and Flight Attendant Panels
(FAPs) giving access to some NSS AVIONICS DOMAIN hosted
applications,
-2 Secure Communication Interfaces (SCIs), which supply safe and duplex
communication between the OIS applications and the AVIONICS
WORLD. Both SCIs also do the same between the OIS applications and
the Airline Operational Control (AOC) centers through the ACARS
network.
The Centralized Data Acquisition Module (CDAM) supplies aircraft
parameters and avionics data from the AVIONICS WORLD to the NSS
for recording and for OIS applications needs.
-1 Open World Diode (OWD), which allows a unidirectional data flow
coming from the AVIONICS DOMAIN and going to other NSS domains
and some cabin systems.
Note that the OWD is an electrical device that gives a single way of
communication from its left to its right. It prevents malicious data coming
from its right going to the avionics domain and to the avionics world.
The AVIONICS DOMAIN is accessible from the cockpit, from the cabin
and from additional areas on the A/C, through various interfaces, which
are:
-The CAPT and the F/O Onboard Information Terminals (OITs) with
their keyboard and Additional Control Device (ACD) mainly dedicated
to the flight crew,
-The Onboard Maintenance Terminal (OMT), including a media drive
(Compact Disk (CD) reader/writer and Digital Video Disk (DVD) reader),
dedicated to the maintenance staff,
-The PMATs dedicated to maintenance staff (PMAT is a ground support
equipment),
-The main and upper deck Flight Attendant Panels (FAPs) dedicated to
the cabin crew,
-And the Printer-1, installed on the pedestal, dedicated to flight crew and
maintenance staff.
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AVIONICS DOMAIN OVERVIEW
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NETWORK SERVER SYSTEM & ONBOARD INFORMATION SYSTEM (AVIONICS DOMAIN)
DESCRIPTION (3)
AVIONICS DOMAIN Architecture
The AVIONICS DOMAIN supplies services like onboard/AOC centers
communication capability, maintenance tools, recording, e-documentation
and servicing tools.
These services are done by the NSS and OIS applications and
documentation.
These OIS applications and documentation include:
-Communication between the A/C and the AOC centers managed by an
AOC application,
-Maintenance operations with an Onboard Maintenance System (OMS)
application and a Virtual Digital Aircraft condition monitoring system
Recorder (VDAR) application,
-Recording of A/C parameters with a Virtual Quick Access Recorder
(VQAR) application,
-Electronic documentation with a Cabin Crew Operating Manual
(CCOM), a Configuration Deviation List (CDL) and a Minimum
Equipment List (MEL),
-Servicing with a Refuel application.
These applications are hosted in two redundant servers called ANSU-OPS.
Both servers are connected to each other for their database synchronization
and to get through loss of one ARU-OPS. These applications dialogue
with the AVIONICS WORLD through two redundant routers (ARU-OPS)
and two redundant SCIs. Moreover they receive data coming from the
AVIONICS WORLD through the CDAM.
The onboard/AOC centers communications are done through the Avionics
Communication Router (ACR) application installed in the Core Processing
Input/Output Module (CPIOM)-D3 and various communication means
such as High Frequency Data Radio (HFDR), VHF Data Radio (VDR)
and SATellite COMmunication (SATCOM).
Two switches called "OIT SIDE" switches are used to display on each
OIT data, from applications hosted either in the AVIONICS or FLIGHT
OPERATIONS DOMAINs.
Two Units called OIT-Terminal Processor Unit (TPU) are dedicated to
process the data coming from OIT keyboard and Additional Control
Device (ACD) and the data coming from the FLIGHT OPERATIONS
DOMAIN.
The OITs display the OIS applications hosted either in both ANSUs-OPS
or CAPT and F/O laptops.
The PMAT, located in the upper avionics bay, gives access to OIS
maintenance applications through 9 dedicated network plugs installed in
the A/C (forward Lower Deck Cargo Compartment (LDCC), main
avionics bay, upper avionics bay, refuel panel, nose landing gear, aft
lower LDCC, aft avionics bay, OMT rack and APU compartment).
A "GND CONNECTION" P/B allows:
-In ON position (P/B pressed in), the PMAT to be connected to the SIRU,
-In released out position, the PMAT to be disconnected from the SIRU.
The main and upper FAPs give access to the CCOM and the cabin
logbook.
Two NSS Control Units (NCUs) are dedicated to control the power up
and power down of certain NSS LRUs.
A FAN is mounted on the ARU-OPS, 2 and the ANSU-OPS, 2 to provide
backup ventilation in case of loss of the main avionics bay ventilation.
The main protocol of communication used in the open world is the
Ethernet.
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AVIONICS DOMAIN ARCHITECTURE
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NETWORK SERVER SYSTEM & ONBOARD INFORMATION SYSTEM (AVIONICS DOMAIN)
DESCRIPTION (3)
SCI-CDAM
The AVIONICS WORLD and the OPEN WORLD need to exchange
data to each other. Depending on their type, data are sent either through
CDAM or SCIs.
The CDAM fulfills an unidirectional gateway function for A/C parameters
coming from LRUs and LRMs and going to specific OIS applications.
This gateway function converts AFDX and ARINC 429 data into Ethernet.
The SCI fulfills a bidirectional gateway and security functions for various
data, exchanged between various LRUs and OIS applications.
These LRUs are:
-PDMCs for the control of the Electronic C/Bs. This is in Ethernet format,
-LRUs for OMS data, Ground/Flight data, etc. These data are converted
by both SCIs from discrete or ARINC 429 format into Ethernet format
and vice versa.
-LRUs and LRMs, through the ADCN, for OMS data. These data are
converted by both SCIs from AFDX format into Ethernet format and vice
versa.
There are two SCIs for redundancy purpose. Only a single SCI at a time,
the one declared "active", exchanges data between AVIONICS WORLD
and OPEN WORLD.
The SCI toggles between passive and active status in two conditions:
after 6 hours of operation and in flight phase number 12.
Both SCIs exchange their health data in Ethernet format and their
active/inactive status in discrete format to each other.
A "NSS DATA TO AVNCS" P/B allows:
-In pressed in position, data to flow in both directions between the OPEN
WORLD and AVIONICS WORLD,
-In OFF position (P/B released out) data to flow from the AVIONICS
WORLD to the OPEN WORLD only.
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DESCRIPTION (3)
OIT Switching
The display of the OIS applications running either in the AVIONICS or
FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAINs requires various components, which
are:
-An OIT to process, convert into Digital Video Interface (DVI) standard,
and to display on its screen OIS applications, keyboard and ACD input
data.
-An OIT keyboard to edit data and select parameters with its included
touchpad.
Note that the output data of the keyboard, touchpad and ACD are coded
in Proposed Serial 2 (PS2) standard.
-An OIT ACD to perform basic operations with the OIT.
-An "OIT" potentiometer to switch the OIT and OIT-TPU ON or OFF
and to adjust the brightness level of the OIT screen,
-An OIT TPU to process and convert into digital video format (DVI
standard) OIS applications data and OIT keyboard and ACD input data.
-An "OIT SIDE" switch to display AVIONICS DOMAIN OIS application
when the switch is in the "NSS AVNCS" position or to display FLIGHT
OPERATIONS DOMAINs OIS application when the switch is in the
"FLT OPS" position.
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DESCRIPTION (3)
NCU
The "NSS AVNCS" C/B are used to fully reset:
through the NCU 1:
-The ANSU-OPS 1,
-The ARU-OPS 1,
-The CAPT OIT,
-The OMT,
through the NCU 2:
- The ANSU-OPS 2,
-The ARU-OPS 2,
-The F/O OIT,
-The SIRU.
The "NSS FLT OPS" C/B are used to fully reset through the NCU 2:
-The ANSU-AFMR,
-The ARU-AFMR.
The power down lasts 120 seconds and the power up 140 seconds
approximately.
To carry out maintenance operations, the NSS servers can request, through
the NCUs, the power up and power down of the NSS LRUs (called:
"REMOTE ON/OFF REQUESTS").
In case of NCU unavailability, the ANSUs can do the same operations
through the routers (called: "BACKUP ON/OFF REQUESTS").
Each NSS LRU sends, through the NCU, their 115 VAC status (presence
or not of power supply) to the dedicated ANSU for maintenance need.
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DESCRIPTION (3)
NSS Power Supply Reconfigurations
The AC BUS supplies most of NSS LRUs and the AC ESS BUS supplies
a few NSS LRUs.
In case of loss of these buses:
-Up to 5 seconds, the power supply board of some NSS LRU is switched
to the DC BUS, DC ESS BUS or HOT BUS power supply,
-After than 5 seconds, a power supply shutdown of the NSS LRUs is
started (the shut down lasts up to 120 s).
The NSS LRUs supplied by the AC BUS and able to switch to the DC
BUS are:
-Both ARUs-OPS,
-The SIRU,
-The CAPT OIT,
-The CAPT OIT-TPU,
-The OMT.
The NSS LRUs supplied by the AC ESS BUS and able to switch to the
DC ESS BUS are:
-The F/O OIT,
-The F/O OIT-TPU,
-The ARU-AFMR.
In addition, the ANSUs-OPS and ANSU-AFMR are able to switch to the
HOT BUS for up to 120 s in order to avoid a hard shut down and therefore
loose data.
The CNSU-PAX includes a battery to avoid a hard shut down in case of
power supply loss.
On ground and on battery, the AC EMER BUS supplies the:
-The F/O OIT,
-The F/O OIT-TPU,
-The ARU-AFMR.
This configuration helps the F/O to prepare the next flight with his laptop.
On ground, on battery and the "REMOTE C/B CTL" P/B pressed in, the
AC EMER BUS supplies:
-The SCI 1,
-The ARU-OPS 2,
-The ANSU-OPS 2,
-The NCU 2,
-The OMT.
This configuration gives the mechanics access to the Power Distribution
Control System (PDCS) on the OMT in order to control the remote C/Bs.
The "NSS MASTER SW", when released out, activates a hard shut down
of NSS LRUs installed in this upper avionics bay 2900VU (in case of
smoke detection).
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DESCRIPTION (3)
Laptops & PMAT Power Supply
Each laptop-AFMR has its own power supply plug installed in the CAPT,
F/O and backup laptop storage racks.
The backup laptop-AFMR can be connected to 4 different power supply
plugs.
They are installed in the:
-backup laptop storage rack,
-Upper Flight Crew Rest (FCR),
-Lower FCR,
-OMT rack.
The PMAT can be connected to 7 different power supply plugs.
They are installed in the:
-Forward LDCC,
-Main avionics bay,
-Upper avionics bay,
-Refuel panel,
-Nose landing gear,
-Aft LDCC,
-Aft avionics bay.
Depending on their location, the power supply source of the
laptops-AFMR/PMAT may be different.
For the CAPT laptop storage rack, upper FCR and lower FCR, the DC
BUS 1 supplies the plugs.
For the F/O laptop storage rack, the DC BUS 2 or HOT BUS 2 supplies
the plug (in case of emergency electrical condition).
For the backup laptop storage rack and OMT rack, the DC BUS 2
supplies.
The AC BUS 1 supplies the forward LDCC plug.
The AC BUS 2 supplies the main avionics bay plug.
The AC BUS 3 supplies the upper avionics bay and refuel panel plugs.
The AC BUS 4 supplies the nose landing gear, aft LDCC and aft avionics
bay plugs.
On the OMT rack and in the APU compartment, the PMAT is powered
by its own battery.
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General
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HMI
OIT
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The Onboard Information System (OIS) part hosted in the FLIGHT
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-Performance computation tools,
-Operational electronic Documentation related to FLIGHT
OPERATIONS,
-Tools to support the A/C Navigation,
-Communication management services for data exchanged with Airline
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-Tool to support maintenance operations dedicated to certain FLIGHT
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FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAIN Overview
The FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAIN is composed of:
-1 server named Aircraft Network Server Unit-AirFraMeR
(ANSU-AFMR). This server supplies computing and memory resources
to the hosted OIS applications and documentation.
-1 router named Aircraft Router Unit-AFMR (ARU-AFMR). This router
routes data exchanged between the 3 NSS DOMAINs, the FLIGHT
OPERATIONS DOMAIN HMIs and the optional Wireless Airport
Communication System (WACS).
The WACS supplies the aircraft with an onboard/AOC centers
wireless-communication capability.
-CAPT and F/O laptops-AFMR stored in their respective docking station.
These laptops supply computing and memory resources to their hosted
OIS applications and documentation.
-1 backup laptop-AFMR stored in the docking station beside the F/O
AFMR-laptop, dedicated to flight crew, it is used to replace any failed
CAPT or F/O laptop-AFMR,
The FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAIN is accessible from the cockpit,
through various interfaces, which are:
-The CAPT and the F/O OITs with their keyboard and Additional Control
Device (ACD),
-The CAPT laptop-AFMR, the F/O laptop-AFMR and the backup
laptop-AFMR Universal Serial Bus (USB) plugs dedicated to flight crew
and maintenance staff for data loading operations,
-The optional Printer-2 dedicated to flight crew and maintenance staff.
Note that, the OIT is used as a normal display for the OIS applications
and documentation hosted in the laptop-AFMR.
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FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAIN Architecture
The FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAIN supplies services such as
performance computation, operational electronic documentation and
navigation support tool and communication management.
The OIS applications hosted by the laptops-AFMR and the backup
laptop-AFMR include:
-Applications related to A/C performance like TAKE OFF, in flight,
landing and weight & balance,
-Electronics documentation such as Configuration Deviation List (CDL),
Flight Crew Operating Manual (FCOM), Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM)
and Minimum Equipment List (MEL),
-Optional navigation applications such as NAVigation CHART, Electronic
Flight Folder (EFF) and Flight Follow Up (FFU)
-Tool to support maintenance operations dedicated to certain FLIGHT
OPERATIONS DOMAIN components with the Local Maintenance
Function (LMF) application.
The OIS applications hosted by ANSU-AFMR include a PUSH
FUNCTION application and a Wireless Local area network Manager
(WLM) application. These two applications give communication services
for data exchange through the WACS (e.g.: Virtual Quick Access
Recorder (VQAR) data).
2 USB plugs are installed on each laptop platform. These plugs are used
to plug in USB keys for data loading operations.
The flight crew uses those USB keys for the data loading (operational
flight data, etc...) of the Electronic Flight Folder (EFF).
The USB keys are used as a backup of the gate link.
Data is stored under the ARINC 615A format (data loading protocol) and
secured by an electronic signature.
The backup laptop-AFMR can be connected to the ARU-AFMR through
1 dedicated network plug installed at the OMT rack.
The ARU-AFMR is connected to the WACS through a Terminal Wireless
Local area network Unit (TWLU). The TWLU supplies the NSS with an
onboard/AOC centers wireless-communication.
The ARU-AFMR is also connected to the COMMUNICATION & CABIN
DOMAIN to connect the EFF application with an onboard/ground data
link through the SATCOM system.
A "CAB DATA TO NSS" P/B allows:
-In pressed in position, data to flow in both directions between the
ARU-AFMR and the COMMUNICATION & CABIN DOMAIN,
-In OFF position (P/B released out) data to flow from the ARU-AFMR
to the COMMUNICATION AND CABIN DOMAIN only.
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The OIS part hosted in the COMMUNICATION AND CABIN DOMAIN,
supplies:
-Pax services such as electronic mail and Internet,
-Communication management service for data exchanged with AOC
centers and service providers,
-Tool to support maintenance operations dedicated to
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The COMMUNICATION AND CABIN DOMAIN is composed of:
-The Cabin Network Server Unit-PAX (CNSU-PAX),
-The Cabin Router Unit-COMmunication (CRU-COM),
-4 Cabin Wireless Local area network Units (CWLUs) and 4 associated
antennae.
The CNSU-PAX supplies computing and memory resources to its hosted
OIS applications.
The CRU-COM routes data between:
-The FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOMAIN,
-The CNSU-PAX,
-The SATtelite COMmunication (SATCOM) system, which supplies
aircraft with an air/ground worldwide-communication capability,
-An optional Cabin Video Monitoring System (CVMS),
-An optional In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) system, which supports the
connection of Portable Electronic Devices (PEDs) (e.g: laptop) for
electronic mail and Internet,
The CWLUs and associated antennae supply a wireless network
connection to PEDs (e.g.: laptop equipped with a WIreless FIdelity (WIFI)
board) for electronic mail and Internet.
The COMMUNICATION AND CABIN DOMAIN is accessible from
the cabin (door 1R), thanks to an airline cabin laptop dedicated to the
cabin crew and maintenance staff.
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The COMMUNICATION and CABIN DOMAIN supplies services such
as PAX services, communication management capability and maintenance
tools.
These services are done by the NSS and OIS applications.
These OIS applications are hosted by the server named CNSU-PAX.
The CNSU-PAX hosts various applications, which are:
-E-mail and Internet applications,
-Communication management application,
-Wireless Local area network Manager (WLM) application,
-Local Maintenance Function (LMF) application.
The E-mail and Internet applications are used for the related passengers
to write and receive e-mail, and to surf the net during flight.
The communication management application manages the data links
using the SATCOM system (e.g.: communication channel opening and
closing, channels selection based on cost). These data links, using the
SATCOM system through an optional High Speed Data Unit (HSDU),
are used by the E-mail, Internet and Electronic Flight Folder (EFF)
applications and certain cabin systems such as CVMS and IFE system.
The WLM application transmits configuration data to the CWLUs (e.g.:
wireless communications not available during TAKE OFF).
The LMF supports maintenance operations dedicated to
COMMUNICATION and CABIN DOMAIN components.
A passenger with a PED (e.g. laptop) can access to e-mail and Internet
applications through a Seat Electronic Box (SEB), an In-Flight
Entertainment Center (IFEC) and the CRU-COM.
The type of connection between this PED and the SEB may be USB or
RJ45.
A passenger with a wireless PED (e.g. laptop equipped with a WIFI
board) can access to e-mail and Internet applications through 4 leaky line
antennae and 4 CWLUs.
Each leaky line is connected to both CWLUs through coaxial links. The
four leaky lines cover the total length of the main and upper deck cabin.
An airline cabin laptop may be connected to dedicated plugs, one located
at the door M1R, and one at the front face of the CNSU-PAX, for
maintenance purpose (e.g. to access to the LMF application).
The type of connection between this airline cabin laptop and these plugs
is RJ45 at the door M1R, and RJ45 or USB at the front face of the
CNSU-PAX.
A "NSS CABIN" C/B is used to reset the CNSU-PAX, the CRU-COM
and the CWLUs.
The "PAX SYS" P/B, when released out, activates a hard shut down of
all CWLUs (in case of smoke detection).
The COMMUNICATION and CABIN DOMAIN routes data coming
from the AVIONICS DOMAIN for the CVMS (e.g.: flight number) and
the (IFE) system (e.g.: airshow data).
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