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    ANTAR-B1-CP-TNO-2002-IE

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    ANTARES

    Communication Standard Design Definition File

    (DRL N°:D020)

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    Customer Approvals

    G.Raimondo (TAS-I) Program Manager

    Approval evidence is kept within the documentation management system.

    Written by Responsibility

    Indra Team Author

    Verified by

    J. Batlle (Indra) WP2 Technical Manager

    Approved by

    J.M.Cebrián (Indra) WP2 Project Manager

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    6.5 16/09/2013 First public document release Indra Team

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................ 10

    1.1 Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 10

    1.2 Structure of the document ..................................................................................................................... 10

    1.3 Definitions, abbreviations and conventions ......................................................................................... 10

    1.3.1 Definitions ............................................................................................................................................. 10

    1.3.1.1 Communication ............................................................................................................................ 10

    1.3.1.2 Entities .......................................................................................................................................... 14

    1.3.1.3 RAMS ........................................................................................................................................... 15

    1.3.2 Acronyms and abbreviations ................................................................................................................. 16

    2. APPLICABLE AND REFERENCE DOCUMENT................................................................ 22

    2.1 Applicable documents ............................................................................................................................ 22

    2.2 Reference documents ............................................................................................................................. 22

    3. COMMUNICATION STANDARD CONTEXT ..................................................................... 23

    3.1 System reference architecture ............................................................................................................... 23

    3.2 Interfaces covered by the Communication Standard .......................................................................... 23

    3.3 Reference traffic profile .......................................................................................................................... 23

    3.4 Aeronautical propagation channel ........................................................................................................ 23

    3.5 Robustness in front of non-nominal conditions .................................................................................. 23

    4. COMMUNICATION STANDARD OVERVIEW ................................................................... 24

    4.1 Multiple Access Scheme ........................................................................................................................ 24

    4.2 Physical Layer ......................................................................................................................................... 24

    4.3 Network synchronization ........................................................................................................................ 24

    4.4 MAC and Link Layer ................................................................................................................................ 25

    4.5 Network layer ........................................................................................................................................... 26

    4.6 Multicast ................................................................................................................................................... 26

    4.7 Handovers ................................................................................................................................................ 26

    4.8 Security .................................................................................................................................................... 26

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    4.9 Redundancy and diversity ...................................................................................................................... 27

    5. REFERENCE USER, CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT PLANE PROTOCOL STACKS . 28

    6. COMMUNICATION STANDARD CHANNELS AND CARRIERS DEFINITION ................. 29

    6.1 Data and signalling channels ................................................................................................................. 29

    6.1.1 Logical channels ................................................................................................................................... 29

    6.1.1.1 Description.................................................................................................................................... 29

    6.1.1.1.1 Traffic channels ....................................................................................................................... 29

    6.1.1.1.2 Control channels ..................................................................................................................... 29

    6.1.1.2 Logical channel attributes ............................................................................................................. 30

    6.1.2 Physical channels – burst types ............................................................................................................ 30

    6.1.2.1 Forward link physical channel ...................................................................................................... 31

    6.1.2.2 Return link physical channels ....................................................................................................... 33

    6.1.3 Mapping between logical and physical channels .................................................................................. 36

    6.2 System carriers........................................................................................................................................ 36

    6.2.1 Forward Link system carrier .................................................................................................................. 36

    6.2.2 Return Link system carrier .................................................................................................................... 37

    6.3 Link-layer addressing ............................................................................................................................. 38

    7. COMMUNICATION STANDARD FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE .................................. 41

    7.1 General functional architecture ............................................................................................................. 41

    7.2 Functional tree ......................................................................................................................................... 42

    7.3 Main relationship between functions .................................................................................................... 46

    8. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................... 48

    8.1 Physical layer functions ......................................................................................................................... 48

    8.1.1 Key functions ......................................................................................................................................... 48

    8.1.2 Interfaces with other functions .............................................................................................................. 48

    8.1.2.1 Interfaces with RF front end ......................................................................................................... 48

    8.1.2.2 Interface to MAC/LLC ................................................................................................................... 49

    8.1.2.3 Interface to Network Synchronisation function ..............................................

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