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IRIG 106 Validation Requirements

The IRIG 106 Programming Handbook presents a general overview of IRIG 106 conformance requirements. For the purposes of validation more detailed requirement are necessary. The logical and physical interfaces identified in the Programming Handbook are each assigned a numerical requirements section. For example, the “Media File Interface” is assigned requirements Section 10. The table below, adapted from the Programming Handbook, is a summary of physical and logical interfaces along with the assigned requirements section of each.

Requirements Section Ch 10 Section Logical Interfaces
1 10.5 Media File Interface
2 10.6 Packetization & Data Format
3 9, TMATS
Requirements Section Ch 10 Section Physical Interfaces
TBD 10.3, 10.4.1 Recorder Fibre Channel
TBD 10.4.2 Recorder IEEE 1394B
TBD 10.4, 10.4.3 Recorder Ethernet (on board)
TBD 10.3.5, 10.3.6 Removable Memory Media (RMM)
TBD 10.3.2, 10.7.10 Discrete Lines
TBD 10.3.2 RS-232 and 422 Full Duplex Communication
TBD 10.3 External Power Port

Top level requirements may have subsections of requirements. For example, requirement Section 2 “Packetization & Data Format” will be composed of a general packet requirements subsection as well as subsections for each packet type. Requirement subsections are defined and numbered by appending a dot “.” to the parent section followed by a sequential subsection number.

Individual detailed requirements organized under the appropriate section and subsection. An individual requirement is identified by a section/subsection number, followed by a dash “-”, followed by a sequential requirement number. For example, the first requirement of the “Packetization & Data Format” section, “General Packet Requirements” subsection may be 2.1-1.

irig_106_validation/start.txt · Last modified: 2014/05/20 10:46 by bob