AV5542 - Systèmes CNS de bord

AV5542 - Systèmes CNS de bord


Objectif général :

At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
- describe the functionalities and architecture of onboard CNS systems,
- explain operational concepts like FANS or PBN and describe the onboard functionalities related to these concepts.

Objectifs détaillés :

At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
• Explain the relationship between onboard equipment and ATM operational concepts, providing some examples
• Surveillance Systems:
- Explain what is meant by airborne surveillance and safety nets
- Explain the working principle and describe the architecture and HMI of the following systems/functions:
TAWS, TCAS, weather radar, transponder and ADS-B
• Communications Systems:
- Explain the different communication needs in an aircraft (cockpit and cabin) and the different communication domains
- Identify the different communications means in an aircraft: VHF, HF, SATCOM… and their use
- Describe the architecture and HMI of cockpit communication systems
• FANS concept:
- Explain the specificities of FANS 1/A and FANS B (ATN B1): operational context, communication networks, applications…
- Explain the working principle of CPDLC and ADS-C applications
• PBN concept:
- Explain PBN concept and its three components: specifications (RNAV and RNP), infrastructure and applications.
- Explain the requirements for onboard equipment to perform PBN operations.
- Identify the different types of PBN approaches and the sensors used to fly these approaches
• Identify the design constraint and applicable standards to be considered in the in the design of on board CNS systems/functions

Volume horaire (h)

  • Cours Magistraux : 14h


Nombre total d'heures d’évaluation : 1.5

En bref

Crédits ECTS : Cf UE

Nombre d'heures 15.5



Tél :

Email : adriana.gomez-zamora @ enac.fr


  • Toulouse