CHAPTER 10

DIGITAL ON-BOARD RECORDER STANDARD

2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ParagraphSubject
10.1General
10.2Definitions
10.3Operational Requirements
10.4Data Download and Electrical Interface
10.5Interface File Structure Definition
10.6Data Format Definition
10.6.1 Common Packet Elements
10.6.2 PCM Data Packets
10.6.3 Time Data Packets
10.6.4 MIL-STD-1553
10.6.5 Analog Data Packets
10.6.6 Discrete Data Packets
10.6.7 Computer Generated Data Packets
10.6.8 ARINC-429 Data Packets, Format 0
10.6.9 Message Data Packets. Format 0
10.6.10Video Packet
10.6.11Image Packets
10.6.12UART Data Packets, Format 0
10.6.13IEEE-1394 Data Packets, Format 0
10.6.14Parallel Data Packets. Format 0
10.6.15Ethernet Data Packets
10.7Recorder Control And Status
10.8Declassification
10.9IEEE 1394B Interface to Recorder Media
10.10Ground Based Recorders
10.11Data Interoperability
 

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 10-1. Functional layout of standard
Figure 10-2. UDP Transfer Header for non-segmented data
Figure 10-3. UDP Transfer Header for segmented data
Figure 10-4. General UDP Network Broadcast (full packet)
Figure 10-5. General UDP Network Broadcast (segmented packet)
Figure 10-6. Directory structure
Figure 10-7. Directory block
Figure 10-8. Data recording structure
Figure 10-9. General packet format
Figure 10-10. A 32-Bit packet format layout
Figure 10-11. Packet trailer for 32 bit data checksum
Figure 10-12. Packet trailer for 8-bit data checksum
Figure 10-13. General PCM data packet, format 1
Figure 10-14. PCM packet channel specific data format
Figure 10-15. PCM Data - unpacked mode sample packet
Figure 10-16. PCM Data - packed mode sample packet
Figure 10-17a. PCM Data - Throughput mode sample packet
Figure 10-17b. 32 Bit alignment mode example, 16-bit data words (32 bit word addressing)
Figure 10-17c. 32 Bit alignment mode example, 16-bit data words (16 bit word addressing)
Figure 10-18. 32-bit Alignment Mode example, 16-bit data words (32 bit word addressing)
Figure 10-19. 32-bit Alignment Mode example, 16-bit data words (16-bit word addressing)
Figure 10-20. PCM Intra-packet header
Figure 10-21. General time data packet, format 1
Figure 10-22. Time packet channel specific data format
Figure 10-23. Time data - packet format, day format
Figure 10-24. Time data - packet format, day, month, and year format
Figure 10-25. MIL-STD-1553 Packet channel specific data format
Figure 10-26. MIL-STD-1553 Data packet, format 1
Figure 10-27. MIL-STD-1553 Intra-packet data header
Figure 10-28. Block status word format
Figure 10-29. Response time word format
Figure 10-30. MIL-STD-1553 data packet, format 1
Figure 10-31. 16PP194 message transaction
Figure 10-32. IL-STD-1553 16PP194 packet channel specific data format
Figure 10-33. MIL-STD-1553 16PP194 data packet
Figure 10-34. MIL-STD-1553 16PP194 intra-packet data header format
Figure 10-35. MIL-STD-1553 16PP194 data packet
Figure 10-36. MIL-STD-1553 26-bit 16PP194 word format
Figure 10-37. 16PP194 Word Format
Figure 10-38. Generic analog data packet, format 1
Figure 10-39. Analog data packet format
Figure 10-40. Analog data packet - unpacked mode, msb padding
Figure 10-41. Analog data packet - unpacked mode, lsb padding
Figure 10-42. Analog data packet - packed mode packet
Figure 10-43. General discrete data packet, format 1
Figure 10-44. Discrete packet channel data word format
Figure 10-45. Discrete data format
Figure 10-46. Discrete event intra-packet data header
Figure 10-47. Discrete data - packet format
Figure 10-48. General computer generated data packet format
Figure 10-49. Computer generated format 0 specific data word format
Figure 10-50. Computer generated format 1 channel specific data word format
Figure 10-51. Computer generated format 2 channel specific data word
Figure 10-52. Events recording period
Figure 10-53 Recording event intra-packet header
Figure 10-54. General recording event packet
Figure 10-55. Recording event entry layout
Figure 10-56. Format showing root index packet
Figure 10-57. Channel specific data word format
Figure 10-58. Recording index intra-packet header
Figure 10-59. General recording root index packet
Figure 10-60. Recording root index entry layout
Figure 10-61. General recording node index packet
Figure 10-62. Recording node index entry layout
Figure 10-63. ARINC-429 data packet format
Figure 10-64. ARINC-429 packet channel specific data word format
Figure 10-65. Intra-packet data header format
Figure 10-66. Message data packet format
Figure 10-67. Complete message channel specific data word format
Figure 10-68. Segmented message channel specific data word format
Figure 10-69. Message data intra-packet header
Figure 10-70. Intra-packet data header format
Figure 10-71. General MPEG-2 video packet, format 0
Figure 10-72. Video packet channel specific data word format
Figure 10-73. Intra-packet data header
Figure 10-74. Format 0 MPEG 2 video frame sync and word format (example is 16 bit aligned)
Figure 10-75. Format 0 MPEG-2 Video Data-Sample Packet (Example is 16 Bit Aligned)
Figure 10-76. General MPEG-2 video packet, format 1
Figure 10-77. MPEG-2 channel specific data word format
Figure 10-78. Intra-packet header
Figure 10-79. General AVC/H.264 video packet, format 2
Figure 10-80. AVC/H.264 channel specific data word format
Figure 10-81. Intra-packet header
Figure 10-82. Image packet, format 0
Figure 10-83. Image packet channel specific data word format
Figure 10-84. Image data intra-packet header, format 0
Figure 10-85. Still Imagery packet, format 1
Figure 10-86. Still Imagery packet channel specific data word format
Figure 10-87. Still Imagery intra-packet header
Figure 10-88. UART Data packet format
Figure 10-89. UART Packet channel specific data word format
Figure 10-90. UART Data intra-packet data header
Figure 10-91. Intra-packet data header format
Figure 10-92. IEEE-1394 Data packet, format 0
Figure 10-93. IEEE-1394 Channel specific data word
Figure 10-94. IEEE-1394 Intra-packet header
Figure 10-95. IEEE-1394 Event data word format
Figure 10-96. IEEE-1394 data packet, format 1
Figure 10-97. IEEE-1394 channel specific data word format 1
Figure 10-98. IEEE-1394 format 1 intra-packet header
Figure 10-99. Intra-packet data header - message ID word
Figure 10-100. Parallel data, format 0
Figure 10-101. Parallel packet channel specific data word format
Figure 10-102. Parallel data, up to 8-bit wide words
Figure 10-103. Parallel data, 9-16 bit wide words
Figure 10-104. Parallel data, (Example: 28-bit wide words)
Figure 10-105. DCRsi Scan, 9-auxiliary data byte + 4356 bytes
Figure 10-106. Ethernet Data packet format 1
Figure 10-107. Ethernet Data packet format 1 channel specific data word
Figure 10-108. Ethernet Data format 1 intra-packet header
Figure 10-109. Intra-packet frame ID word
Figure 10-110. Required discrete control functions
Figure 10-111. Discrete control and indicator functional diagram
Figure 10-112. Removable media
Figure 10-113. RMM .HEALTH command response
Figure 10-114. Login ORB format
Figure 10-115. Login response format
Figure 10-116. Send command ORB format (8 quadlets)
Figure 10-117. Send data buffer format
Figure 10-118. Receive command block ORB format (8 quadlets)
Figure 10-119. Receive data buffer format
 

LIST OF TABLES

Table 10-1. "Required" and "Recommended" SCSI Commands, Features, And Parameters
Table 10-2. Directory Block Format
Table 10-3. Directory Entry Format
Table 10-4. Prohibited Characters Hexadecimal Representation)
Table 10-5. File Name Examples
Table 10-6. Packet Requirements
Table 10-7. Data Type Names and Descriptions
Table 10-8. Units of Measure
Table 10-9. Command Summary
Table 10-10. Recorder LED States
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