mil-std-1760 - METRIC MIL-STD-1760C 20 March 1997 _...

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METRIC MIL-STD-1760C 20 March 1997 ____________________ SUPERSEDING MIL-STD-1760B 15 April 1991 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTERFACE STANDARD FOR AIRCRAFT/STORE ELECTRICAL INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM AMSC: N/A AREA: GDRQ DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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MIL-STD-1760C ii FOREWORD 1. This standard is approved for use by all Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense. 2. Prior to this standard, an aircraft and the stores which it carried were typically developed independently of each other or were developed exclusively for each other. This usually resulted in unique aircraft/store electrical interconnection requirements, the general proliferation of overall store interface designs, low levels of interoperability, and costly aircraft modifications to achieve required store utilization flexibility. Trends in store technology toward more complex store functions which require increasing amounts of avionics data and control information from aircraft systems were predicted to lead to insurmountable aircraft/store interfacing problems. 3. The goal is to develop aircraft that are compatible with a wide variety of stores and stores that are compatible with a wide variety of aircraft. This standard supports this goal by defining a standard electrical (and fiber optic) interconnection system for aircraft and stores. This interconnection system is based on use of a standard connector, a standard signal set and a standard serial digital data interface for control, monitor, and release of stores. [Note1] Application of this standard to new and existing aircraft and new stores will significantly reduce and stabilize the number and variety of signals required at aircraft/store interfaces, minimize the impact of new stores on future stores management systems, and increase store interoperability among the services, within NATO, and with other allies. 4. Revision C does not change the fundamental MIL-STD-1760 interface. It includes newly defined requirements for the high bandwidth interface, low bandwidth interface, carriage stores and umbilical cables. It also attempts to simplify the document by deleting requirements (such as those dealing with electromagnetic interference) that were not necessary in an interface document. Other refinements include grouping the initialization and connector requirements together and re-numbering paragraphs - a ".1" was eliminated from most of the numbers in sections 4 and 5. The guidance from section 6 has been re-written into a handbook, to be published separately. 5. Due to the extensive changes between Revision B and Revision C, the changes are not marked in this document. A draft version of Rev C with all changes marked and annotated is available from the Responsible Engineer for this document.
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