Interface ILcdARINCEnrouteCommunicationFeature

All Superinterfaces:
ILcdARINCCommunicationFeature, ILcdServiceFeature

public interface ILcdARINCEnrouteCommunicationFeature extends ILcdARINCCommunicationFeature
This interface extends the more general applicable features defined in the ILcdARINCCommunicationFeature interface with enroute specific features.

If a featured domain object contains a value for a feature, this value should comply with the terms specified in this interface.

This interface defines the features (properties) that can be requested through ILcdFeatured. A more preferred and generic way to access the properties of a domain object is through ILcdDataObject. The related class defining the available data object properties for an ARINC enroute communication is TLcdARINCEnrouteCommunicationDataProperties.

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  • Field Details


      static final String FIR_RDO_IDENTIFIER
      The FIR/RDO Identifier field for Enroute Center records identifies the Flight Information Region or Upper Information Region. FIR/RDO Identifier is of the type String.
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      static final String FIR_UIR_ADDRESS
      The FIR/UIR Address field contains the four character communication address of the FIR/UIR to supplement the FIR/UIR Identifier. FIR/UIR address is of the type String.
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      static final String INDICATOR
      The FIR/UIR Identifier field may contain the identifier of a FIR, UIR or combined FIR/UIR. This field indicates which one of these records is an element. Indicator is of the type TLcdAirspaceType.
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      static final String REMOTE_NAME
      The Remote Name contains the name assigned to a Remote Communications Air/Ground and Remote Communications Outlet facilities. These remote facilities are unmanned air/ground communication stations with transmit and receive capability, used to extend the service range of ARTCC and FSS stations. Remote name is of the type String.
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      static final String CYCLE_DATE
      The calendar period in which the record was added to the file or last revised. A change in any ARINC 424 field, except Dynamic Magnetic Variation, Frequency Protection, Continuation Record Number and File Record Number, requires a cycle date change. The cycle date will not change if there is no change in the data. The first two digits of the field contain the last two digits of the year in which the addition or revision was made. The last two digits contain the numeric identity of the 28-day data update cycle during which the change occurred. Each calendar year contains 13 such cycles, however, on rare occasions 14 cycles will be encountered. The cycle date is of the type String.
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