Bus Monitoring

(Data Collection)


Data Collection
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What is Bus monitoring?

Bus monitoring is a term used in flight testing when capturing data from avionics buses and networks in data acquisition telemetry systems. Commonly monitored avionics buses include * ARINC Standard buses such as ARINC-429, ARINC 573, ARINC 717 * ARINC 629 also known as Multi-transmitter Data Bus * ARINC 664 also known as Deterministic Ethernet * ARINC 825 Controller Area Network (CAN) * Common Airborne Instrumentation Systems (CAIS) * Cross Channel Data Link (CCDL) / Motor Controller Data Link (MCDL) * Ethernet * Fibre Channel * Firewire, IEEE 1394 * IRIG-106 PCM * MIL-STD-1553 * RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 * STANAG-3910 * Time-Triggered Protocol (TTP) Typically a bus monitor must listen-only on the bus and intercept a copy of the messages on the bus. In general a bus monitor never transmits on the monitored bus. Once the bus monitor has intercepted a message, the message is made available to the rest of the data acquisition system for subsequent recording and/or analysis. There are three classes of bus monitor: 1. * Parser bus monitor 2. * Snarfer bus monitor 3. * Packetizer bus monitor

Technology Types

data collection


Motor Controller Data Link

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