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Give reasons for your answers. 1. Sensing and recording the strain in a beam to an accuracy of better than 1% and with a resolution of 1 part in 103. 2. Converting a high-quality audio signal into a digital data stream for recording on a CD-ROM. 3. Measuring DC voltages (that may be accompanied by supply-borne hum and noise) in a digital voltmeter. 4 Multiple choice questions 1. A DAC can produce 256 different output voltages. This DAC has a resolution of: (a) 8 bits (b) 128 bits (c) 256 bits. 2.

Explain why serial data transfer is used for aircraft bus systems. 3. Explain the function of each of the following bus system components: (a) Bus cable (b) Stub cable (c) Bus terminator (d) Coupler panel. 4. State the voltage levels present on the twisted pair conductors in an ARINC 429 data bus. 4 ARINC 429 data word format In most cases, an ARINC message consists of a single 32-bit data word (see Fig. 11). The 8-bit label field defines the type of data that is contained in the rest of the word.

The standard supports a bit rate of 1 Mbps. MIL-STD-1773B is a fibre optic implementation of MIL-STD-1553B that provides significantly greater immunity to exp o s ur e to hi g h -i nt en sit y r ad i ated electromagnetic fields (HIRF). CSDB and ASCB The CSDB and ASCB standards are proprietary protocols from Collins and Honeywell respectively. 3 Which of the listed bus standards would be most suitable for each of the following applications? Give reasons for your answers. 1. A low cost bus system for the simple avionics fitted to a small business aircraft.

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