The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for ground based monostatic
ATC primary surveillance radars with the following characteristics:
• operating in the 2 700 MHz to 3 100 MHz frequency range;
• transmitter output peak power up to 100 kW;
• the transceiver-antenna connection uses a hollow metallic rectangular waveguide of type WR284/WG10/R32
according to IEC 60153-2 [i.6] with a minimum length between the output of the power amplifier and the
input to the antenna of 2,886 m (20 times the wavelength of the waveguide cut-off frequency);
• the antenna rotates, is waveguide-based and passive;
• the transceiver output uses a RF circulator.
NOTE 1: Phased array ATC primary surveillance radars are not covered by the present document.
NOTE 2: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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The present document is applicable to deployed non-cooperative sensor as a constituent of an Advanced Surface
Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS).
The present document provides a European Standard for manufacturers, Air Navigation Service Providers and/or
Airport Operators, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and constituents to the Essential
Requirements (ERs) of Annex VIII of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 [i.7].
NOTE 1: The ERs in Annex VIII of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 [i.7] covered by the present document are outlined
in Table A.1.
NOTE 2: Although the ERs of the SES Interoperability Regulation [i.1] have been repealed with effect from
11 September 2018 [i.7], a mapping of the requirements for the A-SMGCS Surveillance Service to this
same regulation [i.1] is provided in Annex B.
Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are out of scope of the present
document. As such the ERs of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 [i.7] are not considered for software elements within the
present document.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental
constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination.
NOTE 3: For these ERs, the Air Navigation Service Provider will need to provide supplementary compliance
within their Interoperability Technical Files.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity to any current interoperability Implementing Rules
(IRs).
NOTE 4: Currently there are no relevant Implementing Rules for A-SMGCS.
Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively
referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the
present document if they are unambiguously referred to from the present document.
The reference to particular requirements is done either by citing the unambiguous requirement number or range of
numbers (e.g. "[REQ 30.] to [REQ 35.]") or, if no requirement numbers are available, by indicating the paragraph and
clause of the reference material where the requirement can be found.
NOTE 5: Other requirements and other EU Regulations and/or Directives may be applicable to the product(s)
falling within the scope of the present document.

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The present document is applicable to deployed non-cooperative SMR sensor as a constituent of an Advanced Surface
Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS).
NOTE 1: Generic requirements for a non-cooperative sensor are defined in ETSI EN 303 213-4-1 [1].
The present document provides a European Standard for manufacturers, Air Navigation Service Providers and/or
Airport Operators, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and constituents to the Essential
Requirements (ERs) of Annex VIII of Regulation EU 2018/1139 [i.6].
NOTE 2: The ERs in Annex VIII of Regulation EU 2018/1139 [i.6] covered by the present document are outlined
in Table A.1.
NOTE 3: Although the ERs of the SES Interoperability Regulation [i.1] have been repealed with effect from
11 September 2018 [i.6], a mapping of the requirements for the A-SMGCS Surveillance Service to this
same regulation [i.1] is provided in Annex B.
Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are out of scope of the present
document. As such the ERs of Regulation EU 2018/1139 [i.6] are not considered for software elements within the
present document.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental
constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination.
NOTE 4: For these ERs, the Air Navigation Service Provider will need to provide supplementary compliance
within their Interoperability Technical Files.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity to any current interoperability Implementing Rules
(IRs).
NOTE 5: Currently there are no relevant Implementing Rules for A-SMGCS.
Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively
referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the
present document if they are unambiguously referred to from the present document.
The reference to particular requirements is done either by citing the unambiguous requirement number or range of
numbers (e.g. "[REQ 30.] to [REQ 35.]") or, if no requirement numbers are available, by indicating the paragraph and
clause of the reference material where the requirement can be found.
NOTE 6: Other requirements and other EU Regulations and/or Directives may be applicable to the product(s)
falling within the scope of the present document.

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The present document is applicable to Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS)
Surveillance Service. This system provides enhanced surveillance functionalities, as well as a display to controllers with
accurate and unambiguous identity and position information on the entire manoeuvring and movement area of
aerodromes.
The present document provides a European Standard for manufacturers, Air Navigation Service Providers and/or
Airport Operators, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and constituents to the Essential
Requirements (ERs) of Annex VIII of Regulation (EU) No 2018/1139 [i.1].
NOTE 1: The ERs in Annex VIII of Regulation (EU) No 2018/1139 [i.5] covered by the present document are
outlined in Table A.1.
NOTE 2: Although the ERs of the SES Interoperability Regulation [i.1] have been repealed with effect from
11 September 2018 [i.5], a mapping of the requirements for a deployed cooperative sensor including its
interfaces to this same regulation [i.1] is provided in Annex B.
Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are out of scope of the present
document. As such the ERs of Regulation EU 2018/1139 [i.5] are not considered for software elements within the
present document.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, constraints,
procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination.
NOTE 3: For these ERs, the Air Navigation Service Provider will need to provide supplementary compliance
within their Interoperability Technical Files.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity to any current interoperability Implementing Rules
(IRs).
NOTE 4: Currently there are no relevant Implementing Rules for A-SMGCS.
Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively
referenced material (clause 2.1) are only to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance
with the present document if they are unambiguously referred to from the present document.
The reference to particular requirements is done either by citing the unambiguous requirement number or range of
numbers (e.g. "[REQ 30.] to [REQ 35.]") or, if no requirement numbers are available, by indicating the paragraph and
clause of the reference material where the requirement can be found.
NOTE 5: Other requirements and other EU Regulations and/or Directives may be applicable to the product(s)
falling within the scope of the present document.

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The present document is applicable to the Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS)
Routing Service. This service is based on the A-SMGCS surveillance service as specified in ETSI EN 303 213-1 [3]
and generates individual routes for mobiles based on the trajectory start and end points and known constraints (e.g.
standard taxi routes, taxiway closures). In most cases these trajectory points for aircraft are the assigned runway holding
point and parking stand, or for vehicles, two positions on the movement area. Routes can be created or modified by the
Controller at any time.
The present document provides a European Standard for manufacturers, Air Navigation Service Providers and/or
Airport Operators, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and constituents to the Essential
Requirements (ERs) of Annex VIII of Regulation (EU) No 2018/1139 [i.4].
NOTE 1: The ERs in Annex VIII of Regulation (EU) No 2018/1139 [i.4] covered by the present document are
outlined in Table A.1.
NOTE 2: Although the ERs of the SES Interoperability Regulation [i.1] have been repealed with effect from
11 September 2018 [i.4], a mapping of the requirements for the A-SMGCS Surveillance Service to this
same regulation [i.1] is provided in Annex B.
Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present
document. As such the ERs of Regulation (EU) No 2018/1139 [i.4] are not considered for software elements within the
present document.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental
constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination.
NOTE 3: For these ERs, the Air Navigation Service Provider will need to provide supplementary compliance
within their Interoperability Technical Files.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity to any current interoperability Implementing Rules
(IRs).
NOTE 4: Currently there are no relevant Implementing Rules for A-SMGCS.
Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively
referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the
present document if they are unambiguously referred to from the present document.
The reference to particular requirements is done either by citing the unambiguous requirement number or range of
numbers (e.g. "[REQ 30.] to [REQ 35.]") or, if no requirement numbers are available, by indicating the paragraph and
clause of the reference material where the requirement can be found.
NOTE 5: Other requirements and other EU Regulations and/or Directives may be applicable to the product(s)
falling within the scope of the present document.

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The present document is applicable to the Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS)
airport safety support service. This service is based on the A-SMGCS surveillance service (as specified in ETSI
EN 303 213-1 [3]) and provides safety net functionalities to controllers with timely, accurate and unambiguous
information and alerts covering the entire manoeuvring and movement area of aerodromes.
The present document provides a European Standard for manufacturers, Air Navigation Service Providers and/or
Airport Operators, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and constituents to the Essential
Requirements (ERs) of Annex VIII of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 [i.4].
NOTE 1: The ERs in Annex VIII of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 [i.4] covered by the present document are outlined
in Table A.1.
NOTE 2: Although the ERs of the SES Interoperability Regulation [i.1] have been repealed with effect from
11 September 2018 [i.4], a mapping of the requirements for the A-SMGCS Surveillance Service to this
same regulation [i.1] is provided in Annex B.
Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present
document. As such the ERs of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 [i.4] are not considered for software elements within the
present document.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental
constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination.
NOTE 3: For these ERs, the Air Navigation Service Provider will need to provide supplementary compliance
within their Interoperability Technical Files.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity to any current interoperability Implementing Rules
(IRs).
NOTE 4: Currently there are no relevant Implementing Rules for A-SMGCS.
Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively
referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the
present document if they are unambiguously referred to from the present document.
The reference to particular requirements is done either by citing the unambiguous requirement number or range of
numbers (e.g. "[REQ 30.] to [REQ 35.]") or, if no requirement numbers are available, by indicating the paragraph and
chapter of the reference material where the requirement can be found.
NOTE 5: Other requirements and other EU Regulations and/or Directives may be applicable to the product(s)
falling within the scope of the present document.

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REN/ERM-TGAERO-37-1

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for the following equipment:
1) Interrogators transmitting in the 1 030 MHz band, used in Mode S multilateration equipment in an Advanced
Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS).
2) Receivers, receiving in the 1 090 MHz band, used in Mode S multilateration equipment in an Advanced
Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS).
Antennas for this equipment are external and passive without an additional amplifier.
The present document does not apply to equipment which includes a transponder function, to ground vehicle locators
and to reference transmitters which do not contain receivers for the purpose of replying to interrogation.
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of
Directive 2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in Annex A.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for monostatic X-band radar
sensors intended for the surveillance of airport surface movement traffic with the following characteristics:
• Operating in one or both of the following frequency ranges:
- 9 000 MHz to 9 200 MHz and 9 300 MHz to 9 500 MHz utilizing modulated or unmodulated pulses.
• Transmitter Peak Envelope Power up to 100 kW.
• The transceiver-antenna connection is using a hollow metallic rectangular waveguide.
• The antenna is rotating, waveguide-based and passive.
• At the transceiver output an RF-circulator is used.
NOTE 1: Since transceiver and antenna are hollow metallic rectangular waveguide based the frequency range for
measurements that needs to be addressed covers 6,56 GHz to 26 GHz. The lower limit of this frequency
range is obtained as cut-off frequency of the combination of WR112/R84 taper section and a WR90/R100
Waveguide IEC 60153-2 [i.3]. The upper limit corresponds to the upper limit stated in table 1 of ERC
Recommendation 74-01 [2].
NOTE 2: Since at the transceiver output an RF circulator is used, it is assumed that the transceiver characteristics
remain independent from the antenna.
NOTE 3: Aeronautical Surface Movement Radars covered by the present document are expected to use the bands
9 000 MHz to 9 200 MHz and/or 9 300 MHz to 9 500 MHz. According article 5 of the ITU Radio
Regulations [3] the band 9 000 MHz to 9 200 MHz is allocated to the Aeronautical Radionavigation
Service on a primary basis and the band 9 300 MHz to 9 500 MHz is allocated to the Radionavigation
Service on a primary basis.
NOTE 4: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for monostatic X-band radar
sensors intended for the surveillance of airspace traffic with the following characteristics:
• Operating in the frequency range 8 500 MHz to 10 000 MHz utilizing modulated pulses.
• The transceiver-antenna connection is using a hollow metallic rectangular waveguide.
• The antenna is rotating, waveguide-based and passive.
• At the transceiver output an RF-circulator is used.
NOTE 1: Since transceiver and antenna are hollow metallic rectangular waveguide based the frequency range for
measurements that needs to be addressed covers 6,56 GHz to 26 GHz. The lower limit of this frequency
range is obtained as cut-off frequency of the combination of WR112/R84 taper section and a WR90/R100
Waveguide IEC 60153-2 [i.3]. The upper limit corresponds to the upper limit stated in Table 1 of ERC
Recommendation 74-01 [2].
NOTE 2: Since at the transceiver output an RF circulator is used, it is assumed that the transceiver characteristics
remain independent from the antenna.
NOTE 3: Multi-static radars are not covered by the present document.
NOTE 4: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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This European Standard defines guidelines and general principles for the implementation of an information security management system in organisations supporting civil aviation operations.
Not included are activities of the organisations that do not have any impact on the security of civil aviation operations like for example airport retail and service business and corporate real estate management.
For the purpose of this European Standard, Air Traffic management is seen as functional expression covering responsibilities of all partners of the air traffic value chain. This includes but is not limited to airspace users, airports and air navigation service providers.
The basis of all requirements in this European Standard is trust and cooperation between the parties involved in Air Traffic Management.

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This document provides guidance based on EN ISO/IEC 27002:2017 applied to organisations supporting civil aviation, with a focus on air traffic management operations.
This includes, but is not limited to, airspace users, airports and air navigation service providers.
Not included are activities of the organisations that do not have any impact on the security of civil aviation operations like for example airport retail and service business and corporate real estate management.
The basis of all guidance in this document is trust and cooperation between the parties involved in Air Traffic Management.

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REN/ERM-TGAERO-25

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The present document is applicable to Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS)
Level 1. This system provides enhanced surveillance functionalities, as well as a display to controllers with accurate and
unambiguous identity and position information on the entire manoeuvring and movement area.
The present document provides a European Standard for Air Navigation Service Providers, which have to demonstrate
and declare compliance of their systems and procedures to the IOP regulation.
Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present
document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software
elements within the present document.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental
constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination.
NOTE 1: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures.
Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively
referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the
present document.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity to any current interoperability Implementing Rules.
NOTE 2: Currently there are no relevant Implementing Rules for A-SMGCS.

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The present document applies to X-band radar sensors intended for the surveillance of airport surface movement traffic
with the following characteristics:
• Operating in one or both of the following frequency ranges:
- 9 000 MHz to 9 200 MHz and 9 300 MHz to 9 500 MHz utilizing modulated or unmodulated pulses.
• Transmitter Peak Envelope Power up to 100 kW.
• The transceiver-antenna connection is using a hollow metallic rectangular waveguide.
• The antenna is rotating, waveguide-based and passive.
• At the transceiver output an RF-circulator is used.
NOTE 1: Since transceiver and antenna are hollow metallic rectangular waveguide based the frequency range for
measurements that needs to be addressed covers 6,56 GHz to 26 GHz. The lower limit of this frequency
range is obtained as cut-off frequency of the combination of WR112/R84 taper section and a WR90/R100
Waveguide IEC 60153-2 [i.3]. The upper limit corresponds to the upper limit stated in
ERC/Recommendation 74-01 [i.5].
NOTE 2: Since at the transceiver output an RF circulator is used, it is assumed that the transceiver characteristics
remain independent from the antenna.
NOTE 3: Aeronautical Surface Movement Radars covered by the present document are expected to use the bands
9 000 MHz to 9 200 MHz and/or 9 300 MHz to 9 500 MHz. According article 5 of the ITU Radio
Regulations [i.6] the band 9 000 MHz to 9 200 MHz is allocated to the Aeronautical Radionavigation
Service on a primary basis and the band 9 300 MHz to 9 500 MHz is allocated to the Radionavigation
Service on a primary basis.
The present document contains requirements to demonstrate that "... Radio equipment shall be so constructed that it
both effectively uses and supports the efficient use of radio spectrum in order to avoid harmful interference" [i.1].
In addition to the present document, other ENs that specify technical requirements in respect of essential requirements
under other parts of article 3 of the Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU [i.1] as well as essential requirements under
the SES Interoperability Regulation 552/2004 [i.9] and related implementing rules and/or essential requirements under
the EASA basic regulation 216/2008 [i.12] may apply to equipment within the scope of the present document.

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The present document applies to X-band radar sensors intended for the surveillance of airport surface movement traffic with the following characteristics:
- Utilizing modulated or unmodulated pulses.
- Transmitter Peak Envelope Power up to 100 kW.
- The transceiver-antenna connection is using a hollow metallic rectangular waveguide.
- The antenna is rotating, waveguide- based and passive.
- At the transceiver output an RF-circulator is used.
The present document covers only the essential requirements of article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive [i.1]. NOTE 1: Since transceiver and antenna are hollow metallic rectangular waveguide based the frequency range for measurements that needs to be addressed covers 6,56 GHz to 26 GHz The lower limit of this frequency range is obtained as cut-off frequency of the combination of WR112/R84 taper section and a WR90/R100 Waveguide IEC 60153-2 [i.3]. The upper limit corresponds to the upper limit stated in ERC/Recommendation 74-01 [i.5]. NOTE 2: Since at the transceiver output an RF circulator is used, it is assumed that the transceiver characteristics
remain independent from the antenna. NOTE 3: According Article 5 of the ITU Radio Regulations [i.6] the band 9 000 MHz to 9 200 MHz is allocated to the Aeronautical Radionavigation Service on a primary basis and the band 9 300 MHz to 9 500 MHz is allocated to the Aeronautical Radionavigation Service on a secondary basis.

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This Technical Specification specifies the technical, operational and maintenance requirements for Software Assurance Levels to support the demonstration of compliance with some elements of the Essential Requirements “Safety” and “Principles governing the construction of systems” of the Regulation (EC 552/2004) of the European Parliament and of the Council on the interoperability of the European Air Traffic network (“the Interoperability regulation”). This Technical Specification on Software Assurance Levels (SWAL) is intended to apply to software that is
part of the EATMN, focusing only on its “ground” segment and providing a reference against which stakeholders can assess their own practices for software specification, design, development, operation, maintenance, evolution and decommissioning. Requirements in the present document which refer to “should” statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material are to be interpreted as fully normative (“shall”) for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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The present document is applicable to Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) Level 2. This system provides enhanced surveillance functionalities such as advanced monitoring and alerting functions. The present document provides a European Standard for Air Navigation Service Providers, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and procedures to the IOP Regulation. Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software elements within the present document. The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination.
NOTE 1: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures.
NOTE 2: For those parts of the essential requirements, where annexes A and SA give no presumption of conformity, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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Scope of work to be undertaken: Update the European Standard for A-SMGCS System Level 1 considering updated Reference material from EUROCONTORL, new ETSI drafting rules and editorial changes. Other regulations have to be considered.

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incorporation of first feedback from practical application of V1.1.1 of EN 303 214 and other developments (e.g. availability of EASA SC and CRI for DL-onboard installations)

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The present document applies to X-band radar sensors intended for the surveillance of airport surface movement traffic with the following characteristics:
Utilizing modulated or unmodulated pulses.
Transmitter Peak Envelope Power up to 100 kW.
The transceiver-antenna connection is using a hollow metallic rectangular waveguide.
The antenna is rotating, waveguide- based and passive.
At the transceiver output an RF-circulator is used.
The present document covers only the essential requirements of article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive [i.1].
NOTE 1: Since transceiver and antenna are hollow metallic rectangular waveguide based the frequency range for measurements that needs to be addressed covers 6,56 GHz to 26 GHz The lower limit of this frequency range is obtained as cut-off frequency of the combination of WR112/R84 taper section and a WR90/R100 Waveguide IEC 60153-2 [i.3]. The upper limit corresponds to the upper limit stated in ERC/Recommendation 74-01 [i.5].
NOTE 2: Since at the transceiver output an RF circulator is used, it is assumed that the transceiver characteristics remain independent from the antenna.
NOTE 3: According Article 5 of the ITU Radio Regulations [i.6] the band 9 000 MHz to 9 200 MHz is allocated to the Aeronautical Radionavigation Service on a primary basis and the band 9 300 MHz to 9 500 MHz is allocated to the Aeronautical Radionavigation Service on a secondary basis.

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Data link technology improves the efficiency of communications between controllers and pilots through supplementing voice communications with air-ground data link communications. On 30 September 2008 the Single Sky Committee has given a favourable opinion on the Implementing Rule on Data Link Services (DLS) in which the coordinated introduction of data link based on air-ground point-to-point data communications is described from 2011 onwards. The deployment of data link will also be the first major achievement that contributes to the first implementation  package (IP1) of the European Air Traffic Management Master Plan (the ATM Master Plan). The Implementing Rule on Data Link Services (DLS) is requiring the following services that should be operated over an ATN (Aeronautical Communication Network( and VDL (Very High Frequency Digital Link) Mode 2 infrastructure: 1.     DLIC - Data Link Initiation Capability (log on and contact) 2.     ACM - Air Traffic Control (ATC) Communications Management 3.     ACL - Air Traffic Control (ATC) Clearances 4.    AMC - Air Traffic Control (ATC)  Microphone Check The related European standards will be developed in accordance with the implementing rule on data link services and in line with the EUROCONTROL Specification on Data Link Services.

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The present document is applicable to deployed cooperative sensor as a constituent of an Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System. The present document provides a European Standard for manufacturers of the non-cooperative sensor constituent, who have to demonstrate and declare conformity for their constituent to the IOP Regulation. Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software elements within the present document. The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination. NOTE 1: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. NOTE 2: For those parts of the essential requirements, where annexes A and SA give no presumption of conformity, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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The present document is applicable to deployed non-cooperative sensor as a constituent of an Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System. The present document provides a European Standard for manufacturers of the non-cooperative sensor constituent, who have to demonstrate and declare conformity for their constituent to the IOP Regulation. Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software elements within the present document. The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination. NOTE 1: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. NOTE 2: For those parts of the essential requirements, where annexes A and SA give no presumption of conformity, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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The present document is applicable to deployed Surface Movement Radar sensor as a constituent of an Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System in addition to EN 303 213-4-1 [2].
The present document provides a European Standard for manufacturers of the non-cooperative sensor constituent, who have to demonstrate and declare conformity for their constituent to the IOP Regulation. Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software elements within the present document.
The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the environmental constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination. NOTE 1: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. NOTE 2: For those parts of the essential requirements, where annexes A and SA give no presumption of conformity, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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The present document is applicable to Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) Level 2. This system provides enhanced surveillance functionalities such as advanced monitoring and alerting functions. The present document provides a European Standard for Air Navigation Service Providers, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and procedures to the IOP Regulation. Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software elements within the present document. The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination. NOTE 1: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. NOTE 2: For those parts of the essential requirements, where annexes A and SA give no presumption of conformity, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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Scope of work to be undertaken: Update the European Standard for A-SMGCS System Level 1 considering the Amendment of EC 552/2004 by EC 1070/2009 and editorial changes. The present document is applicable to Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS) Level 1. This system provides enhanced surveillance functionalities, as well as a display to controllers with accurate and unambiguous identity and position information on the entire manoeuvring and movement area. The present document provides a European Standard for Air Navigation Service Providers, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and procedures to the IOP regulation. Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software elements within the present document. The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination. NOTE: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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The present document is applicable to Air Traffic Management Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM). The present document addresses the specific roles, responsibilities, procedures, systems and interfaces needed to fulfil the Airport CDM (A-CDM) Operating Concept as requested by Mandate M/390 of the European Commission. It references existing documentation where necessary to clarify the more detailed aspects of a procedure or system implementation requirement to avoid unnecessary repetition. Airport Collaborative Decision making (A-CDM) is about improving the way operational partners at airports and European ATFCM (Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management, Air Traffic Control, Airlines, Ground Handling Agents/Units and Airports) work together at an operational level. A-CDM allows an Airport CDM partner to make the right decisions for a flight during the whole Airport CDM process in collaboration with other Airport CDM partners, knowing their preferences and constraints and the actual and predicted situation. The decision making by the Airport CDM partners is dependent upon the sharing of accurate and timely information and upon adapted Airport CDM procedures, mechanisms and tools. Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-CDM System are outside of the scope of the present document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software elements within the present document. The present document does not give a presumption of conformity related to maintenance requirements, safety, civil/military coordination or environmental constraints. NOTE: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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The present document is applicable to Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS) Level 1. This system provides enhanced surveillance functionalities, as well as a display to controllers with accurate and unambiguous identity and position information on the entire manoeuvring and movement area. The present document provides a European Standard for Air Navigation Service Providers, who have to demonstrate and declare compliance of their systems and procedures to the IOP regulation. Any software elements related to the software assurance level of an A-SMGCS are outside of the scope of the present document. As such the essential requirements of the Interoperability Regulation are not considered for software elements within the present document. The present document does not give presumption of conformity related to the maintenance requirements, environmental constraints, procedure level, effect of harmful interference and civil/military coordination. NOTE: For these ERs, please refer to the Air Navigation Service Provider procedures. Requirements in this EN 303 213-1 which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (clause 2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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The present document is for the production of assurance evidence for software used in ground-based systems and their constituents.
This Community Specification on Software Assurance Levels (SWAL) is intended to apply to software that is part of the EATMN, focusing only on it’s “ground” segment and providing a reference against which stakeholders can assess their own practices for software specification, design, development, operation, maintenance, evolution and decommissioning.
This Community Specification defines the Technical, Operational and Maintenance requirements for Software Assurance Levels to demonstrate compliance with the applicable (see Annex A) Essential Requirements of the Regulation (EC) N° 552/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the interoperability of the European Air Traffic network (“the Interoperability regulation”).
Requirements in the present document which refer to “should” statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material (2.1) are to be interpreted as fully normative (“shall”) for the purpose of compliance with the present document.

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EN 16495 defines guidelines and general principles for the implementation of an information security management system in organisations supporting civil aviation operations. Not included are activities of the organisations that do not have any impact on the security of civil aviation operations like for example airport retail and service business and corporate real estate management. For the purpose of this European Standard, Air Traffic management is seen as functional expression covering responsibilities of all partners of the air traffic value chain. This includes but is not limited to airspace users, airports and air navigation service providers. The basis of all requirements in this European Standard is trust and cooperation between the parties involved in Air Traffic Management.

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This European Standard defines guidelines and general principles for the implementation of an information security management system in organisations supporting civil aviation operations.
Not included are activities of the organisations that do not have any impact on the security of civil aviation operations like for example airport retail and service business and corporate real estate management.
For the purpose of this European Standard, Air Traffic management is seen as functional expression covering responsibilities of all partners of the air traffic value chain. This includes but is not limited to airspace users, airports and air navigation service providers.
The basis of all requirements in this European Standard is trust and cooperation between the parties involved in Air Traffic Management.

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