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Microsoft PowerPoint - 00 - Introduction.pps [Compatibility Mode] 1 Uniting Aviation On Safety | Security | Environment ECCAIRS 5 – Technical Course Introduction International Civil Aviation Organization 2 Introduction Welcome Message Your Training Contacts • ICAO  e-mail address: sast@icao.int; tmistos@icao.int Students • Roundtable “Who Is Who” International Civil Aviation Organization 3 Course Objectives Set up • Being able to install a standalone or a networked client-server ECCAIRS 5 solution in Microsoft Windows environment Configuration • Being able to install and configure a database for the ECCAIRS environment (using Microsoft SQL Server Express Edition) • Being able to configure the Repository (Users, Roles, Profiles, etc.) 2 International Civil Aviation Organization 4 Course Objectives User Support • Being able to organise and sustain user support for basic day-to- day operations through understanding of the system Upgrade and Migration • Being able to understand the issues regarding Upgrade and Migration International Civil Aviation Organization 5 Course Outline Introduction to ECCAIRS 5 • Relatively “new” for most participants • Totally different from ECCAIRS 4 Architecture • Reviewing of the ECCAIRS architecture International Civil Aviation Organization 6 Course Outline Installation & Configuration • Installation of required components • Installation of a ECCAIRS Server system (which includes Client) • Configuration of required components • Configuration of ECCAIRS Server system Upgrades and Migration • Query Libraries • Data 3 International Civil Aviation Organization 7 Reminders Understanding of Information Technology • ECCAIRS 5 is complex: planning and deployment key issues Informal but complete • Right balance between entirety and detail • Understanding before knowing • The more interaction, the better Other stuff, Logistics • Lunch and coffee breaks • Cellular phones • After hours International Civil Aviation Organization 8 And above all, International Civil Aviation Organization 9 Summary Next on the Storyboard  Architecture  Server installation  Tools Upgrades and Migration
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Score: 697695.65 - https://www.icao.int/SAM/Docum...IRS8/00%20-%20Introduction.pdf
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Canary Island CAFSAT VSAT Status NODE A NODE B SERVICE STATUS ACC Canarias (AFI) Recife (SAM) AFTN In Service ACC Canarias (AFI) Dakar (AFI) ATS/DS AFTN EGNOS In Service In Service In Service ACC Canarias (AFI) Sal Cape Verde (AFI) ATS/DS AFTN ADS/RADAR In Service In Service In Service ACC Canarias (AFI) Casablanca (AFI) ATS/DS AMS AFTN Radar On Installation On Installation On Installation On Installation ACC Canarias (AFI) Lisboa (EUR) ATS/DS On Installation ACC Canarias (AFI) Sta Maria(EUR) ATS/DS On Installation ACC Canarias (AFI) Fajo(EUR) AFTN On Installation 3.
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Score: 697593.55 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...nts/APIRG/comsg_6/wp09_eng.pdf
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ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) - Mitigation Part 1   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-T Home     ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) Handbook Contact: tsbedh@itu.int     Mitigation measures for telecommunication installations   PART 1: GENERAL PRINCIPLES   Scope This handbook describes general principles and case studies of mitigation measures for telecom installations against electromagnetic disturbances. Mitigation of EMC problems related to emission and immunity, overvoltage and overcurrent are explained by actual examples that have occurred at telecom installations. To solve the EMC problem, it is useful to examine when, where, and how the telecom installation, including equipment, is malfunctioning or damaged, and what noise sources are identified. It is also important to check immunity levels or resistibility levels of telecom installations before mitigation is carried out. If a telecom installation satisfies the EMC recommendations as specified in ITU-T K-series Recommendations, then few EMC problems should occur.
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Score: 697517 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/mitigation/mitigation-p1.html
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  عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-T Home     2005-2008 ITU-T SG 5 Recommendations K series : Protection against interference K.5 : Joint use of poles for electricity distribution and for telecommunications K.6 : Precautions at crossings K.7 : Protection against acoustic shock K.8 : Separation in the soil between telecommunication cables and earthing system of power facilities K.9 : Protection of telecommunication staff and plant against a large earth potential due to a neighbouring electric traction line K.10 : Low frequency interference due to unbalance about earth of telecommunication equipment K.11 : Principles of protection against overvoltages and overcurrents K.12 : Characteristics of gas discharge tubes for the protection of telecommunications installations K.13 : Induced voltages in cables with plastic-insulated conductors K.14 : Provision of a metallic screen in plastic-sheathed cables K.18 : Calculation of voltage induced into telecommunication lines from radio station broadcasts and methods of reducing interference K.19 : Joint use of trenches and tunnels for telecommunication and power cables K.20 : Immunity of telecommunication equipment installed in a telecommunications centre to overvoltages and overcurrents K.21 : Immunity of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents K.23 : Types of induced noise and description of noise voltage parameters for ISDN basic user networks K.24 : Method for measuring radio-frequency induced noise on telecommunications pairs K.25 : Protection of optical fibre cables K.26 : Protection of telecommunication lines against harmful effects from electric power and electrified railway lines K.27 : Bonding configurations and earthing inside a telecommunication building K.28 : Characteristics of semi-conductor arrester assemblies for the protection of telecommunications installations K.29 : Coordinated protection schemes for telecommunication cables below ground K.30 : Self-restoring overcurrent protectors K.34 : Classification of electromagnetic environmental conditions for telecommunication equipment – Basic EMC Recommendation K.35 : Bonding configurations and earthing at remote electronic sites K.36 : Selection of protective devices K.37 : Low and high frequency EMC mitigation techniques for telecommunication installations and systems – Basic EMC Recommendation K.38 : Radiated emission test procedure for physically large systems K.39 : Risk assessment of damages to telecommunication sites due to lightning discharges K.40 : Protection against LEMP in telecommunications centres K.42 : Preparation of emission and immunity requirements for telecommunication equipment – General principles K.43 : Immunity requirements for telecommunication equipment K.44 : Resistibility tests for telecommunication equipment exposed to overvoltages and overcurrents - Basic Recommendation K.45 : Immunity of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents K.46 : Protection of telecommunication lines using metallic symmetric conductors against lightning-induced surges K.47 : Protection of telecommunication lines using metallic conductors against direct lightning discharges K.48 : EMC requirements for telecommunication equipment – Product family Recommendation K.49 : Test requirements and performance criteria for voice terminal telephones subject to disturbance from digital mobile telecommunications systems K.50 : Safe limits of operating voltages and currents for telecommunication systems powered over the network K.51 : Safety criteria for telecommunication equipment K.52 : Guidance on complying with limits for human exposure to electromagnetic fields K.54 : Conducted immunity test method and level at fundamental power frequencies K.55 : Overvoltage and overcurrent requirements for insulation displacement connectors (IDC) terminations K.56 : Protection of radio base stations against lightning discharges K.57 : Protection measures for radio base stations sited on power line towers K.58 : EMC, resistibility and safety requirements and guidance for determining responsibility under co-located telecommunication installations K.59 : EMC, resistibility and safety requirements and procedures for connection to unbundled cables K.60 : Emission levels and test methods for wireline telecommunication networks to minimize electromagnetic disturbance of radio services K.61 : Guidance on measurement and numerical prediction of electromagnetic fields for compliance with human exposure limits for telecommunication installations K.62 : System level radiated emissions compliance using mathematical modelling K.63 : Maintaining the suitability of production telecommunications equipment to its intended electromagnetic environment K.64 : Safe working practices for outside equipment installed in particular environments K.65 : Overvoltage and overcurrent requirements for termination modules with contacts for test ports or SPDs K.66 : Protection of customer premises from overvoltages K.67 : Expected surges on telecommunications and signalling networks due to lightning K.68 : Operator responsibilities in the management of electromagnetic interference by power systems on telecommunication systems K.69 : Maintenance of protective measures K.70 : Mitigation techniques to limit human exposure to EMFs in the vicinity of radiocommunication stations K.71 : Protection of customer antenna installations K.72 : Protection of telecommunication lines using metallic conductors against lightning: Risk management K.73 : Shielding and bonding for cables between buildings K.74 (draft) : EMC, resistibility, safety requirements for home network devices K.75 : Classification of interface for application of standards on resistibility and safety of telecommunication equipment K.76 : EMC requirements for telecommunication network equipment (9 kHz - 150 kHz)   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : TSB EDH Updated : 2008-11-20    
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Score: 697409.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...05/t05_sg5_recommendations.htm
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Aim: report of country’s emissions. Includes installations from a set of activities when exceeding a certain rated thermal input or capacity. Reporting obligation National reporting Reporting obligation rests on each country’s commitment to UNFCCC. Installation level Reporting obligation for operators of installations. (...) Industry processes 2.A.1 Process emissions in cement industry C 1:1 matching of ETS activites to CRF is not possible ETS: Activity on installation level Activity 20: Combustion of fuels Energy conversion Engine and turbines Activity 21 - 44: Industry Refineries Coke Pig iron and steal Non-ferrous metals Mineral industry Paper and pulp Chemical industry C Why is installation specific monitoring the backbone of ETS?
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Score: 697338.4 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...de_inventarios_y_el_eu_ets.pdf
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Energy costs have been reduced by 10% thanks to the implementation of heat exchangers in the mercerizing and washing units, to the thermal isolation of steam con- ducts, to the installation of special regulators on the PTZ gas hubs (because it depends on gas pressure, on the temperature and nature of the gas used) and by the installation of economic bulbs for lighting. (...) The cost of chemical products will decrease by 25% through the installation of a system for recovering caus- tic soda at the mercerization stage. (...) To eliminate these losses, the project is to install isolation so as to insulate the steam pipes against heat.
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Score: 697338.4 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...7802_Factsheet_TFM_Ebook_0.pdf
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K.61 : Guidance on measurement and numerical prediction of electromagnetic fields for compliance with human exposure limits for telecommunication installations   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : K Series : K.61 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     K.61 : Guidance on measurement and numerical prediction of electromagnetic fields for compliance with human exposure limits for telecommunication installations Recommendation K.61 In force components Number Title Status K.61 (01/18)   Guidance on measurement and numerical prediction of electromagnetic fields for compliance with human exposure limits for telecommunication installations   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status K.61 (09/03)   Guidance to measurement and numerical prediction of electromagnetic fields for compliance with human exposure limits for telecommunication installations   Superseded K.61 (02/08)   Guidance on measurement and numerical prediction of electromagnetic fields for compliance with human exposure limits for telecommunication installations   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2018-04-13  
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Score: 696959.5 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-K.61
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K.58 : EMC, resistibility and safety requirements and guidance for determining responsibility under co-located information and communication technology installations   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : K Series : K.58 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     K.58 : EMC, resistibility and safety requirements and guidance for determining responsibility under co-located information and communication technology installations Recommendation K.58 In force components Number Title Status K.58 (02/14)   EMC, resistibility and safety requirements and guidance for determining responsibility under co-located information and communication technology installations   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status K.58 (07/03)   EMC, resistibility and safety requirements and procedures for co-located telecommunication installations   Superseded K.58 (04/08)   EMC, resistibility and safety requirements and guidance for determining responsibility under co-located telecommunication installations   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2014-10-06  
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Score: 696959.5 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-K.58
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Microsoft PowerPoint - FF1-installing, start page, home page VHF COM Frequency Finder 1 Installing, Start page, Home page Workshops Egypt, Cairo, 9 – 13 October 2016 Thailand, Bangkok, 18 – 21 October 2016 Presented by Loftur Jonasson ICAO/HQ Robert Witzen Introduction • Frequency Finder has been developed with FileMaker 13 Pro Advanced • Frequency assignment planning criteria as per Handbook Volume II implemented • Module for VHF COM frequency assignments completed • Global COM list 3 synchronized by Regional Offices • Assess compatibility of frequency assignments • Graphical interface with Google Earth Installing Frequency Finder Runtime  • Download from the FSMP website the zip-file FF2016.6.R (www.icao.int/safety/fsmp/documents/frequencyfinder) • Remove earlier version of Frequency Finder, if any. • Unzip and run the installer file FF2016.6.R.exe • Select to create desktop icon • Download and install Google Earth • More details in the User Manual : Installing Frequency Finder (Run-time version) Open Frequency Finder Start page • User manual • Sync Manual • Active Region • Web sites • Module VHF COM • Modules (in prep), SSR Mode S II Code Start page Home page VHF COM • Navigate to Home Page: Automatic Connection Test and check if the COM list 3 was modified • Also with button Check Sync • Dialog box is displayed if a download synchronization is necessary • Full URL • Message field • Download button • Back-up and Recovery Home Page VHF COM list 3 Back‐up and recovery • Click “LOCAL BACK UP” to create a backup • Back-up # is added to the list • Click relevant back-up # (1 – 5) to recover • Backup: Table COM list 3 Table Polygons Table Historical Home Page • See user manual 4.4.4.2 to recover from a back-up created with an earlier version of Frequency Finder Thank you
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Score: 696232.23 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...%20home%20page%20VHF%20COM.pdf
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Antenna Keeping the operation in C band will not need any change in the current installed antennas. 2.4. Satellite Modems The recommended modem (modulators and demodulators) shall be one that is compatible with the existing modems installed in different CAFSAT stations. (...) The recommendation would be to install BUCs. Nevertheless transceivers are also acceptable. With the installation of BUC’s new RF cables need to be installed to interconnect modems and BUC’s.
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Score: 695776.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...20reengineering_phase%20II.pdf
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