The KAD/EBM/104 monitors a dual redundant ARINC 664 Part 7 compatible interface with redundancy removal.
- Monitors a dual redundant ARINC-664P7 compatible interface with redundancy removal
- Supports 512 virtual links
- Coherently parsers 256 different flows for parametric ARINC-664P7
- Coherently parsers 8192 different flows for ARINC 429 over ARINC-664P7
- Two 100BaseTX Ethernet interfaces streaming non-redundant traffic to network recorders
- Monitoring of messages transmitted over GE Aviation ARINC 664 Part 7 bus and streaming to networked recorder
KAD/EBM/104 ARINC 664 Part 7 Bus Monitor
The KAD/EBM/104 receives ARINC 664 Part 7 traffic on a dual redundant interface; redundant messages are removed before the stream is sent to a classifier which it then splits into two groups: parametric ARINC 664 Part 7 messages; and ARINC 429 over ARINC 664 Part 7. These are then parsed by type-specific parsers and made available across the Acra KAM-500 backplane. All parser slots are triple buffered; there are 256 parser slots for parametric ARINC 664 messages and 8192 slots for ARINC 429 messages.
The KAD/EBM/104 has two additional 100BASE-T ports that forward a mirror copy of all frames received after redundancy removal for transmission to packet recorders. Fragmentation of ARINC 664 Part 7 messages is not supported by the parser, but fragmented messages are forwarded by the relay output ports. It also supports redundancy removal and re-transmission for Ethernet fragmented frames.
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