Q: Kindly suggest me the online resources to read about MIL Std B protocol in detail. I am currently studying from MIL Std Designer’s guide by DDC. System Synchronization and ProtocolI Data Control I Subaddress Selection/Operation and. Data Storage. MIL-STD Tutorial (). Condor Engineering, Inc. Santa Barbara , CA MIL-STDB Defined. Chapter 3 Protocol. Word Types.

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However recording all of the transactions on a busy data bus might be impractical, so a BM is often configured to prtoocol a subset of the transactions, based on some criteria provided by the application program.

If you wish to remove any, please uncheck the corresponding checkbox. These can be used where the same data is sent to multiple RTs, to reduce the number of transactions and thus reduce the loading on the data bus.

In redundant bus implementations, several data buses are used to provide more than one data path, i.

There is provision to designate a new bus control computer in the event of a failure by the current master controller. It was found that when the standard did not define an item, there was no coordination in its use. Messages consist of one or more bit words command, data, or status.

RTs with higher-priority functions for example, those operating the aircraft control surfaces are polled more frequently. RT2 to receive the data at a specified receive data sub-address and then commands RT1 to transmit from the transmit sub-address specified in the command.

The next 5 bits indicate the location sub-address to hold or get data on the Terminal 1— Several options are available for such retries including an immediate retry on the other data bus of a redundant pair of data buses and a retry later on the same bus in the sequence of transfers. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Isolation is even more critical in new composite aircraft where the skin of the aircraft no long provides an inherent Faraday shield as was the case with aluminum skinned aircraft.


In the example, the Response Time is 8.

However, where an RT only has one possible acyclic transfer, the Bus Controller can skip this part. The first 5 bits are the address of the Remote Terminal that is responding. Note that sub-addresses 0 and 31 are reserved for Mode Codes. Transmitters and receivers couple to the bus via isolation transformers, and stub connections branch off using a pair of isolation resistors and, optionally, a coupling transformer.



The sequences ensure that the terminal is functioning and able to receive data. The peak-to-peak output voltage of a transmitter is 18—27 V.

One of the bus connectors may be terminated where the bus coupler is physically at the end of the bus cable, i. For example, in a tracked vehicle, a Remote Terminal might acquire data from an inertial navigational subsystem, and send that data over a data bus to another Remote Terminal, for display on a 153b instrument.

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There may also be one or more Bus Monitors BM ; however, Bus Monitors are specifically not allowed to take part in data transfers, and are only used to capture or record data for analysis, etc. The use of transformer coupled stubs also provides improved protection for terminals against lightning strikes.

A Bus Monitor BM cannot transmit messages over the data bus. For example, if there is a prolonged quiescence on the bus indicating that the active BC has failed, the next highest priority backup BC, indicated by the discrete connections, will take over and begin operating as the active BC. Transformer coupled stubs are preferred for their fault tolerance and better matching to the impedance of the bus, and consequent reduction in reflections, etc.

The Bus controller commands the RT that is the destination of the data e. RT2 receives the data on the shared data bus and writes it into the designated receive sub-address and transmits its Status word.


All communication on the bus is under the control of the Bus Controller using commands from the BC to the RTs to receive or transmit. In this sequence, an RT requests transmission through a bit in the status word, the Service Request bit. Stubs for RTs, the BC, or BMs, are generally connected to the bus through coupling boxes, which may provide a single or multiple stub connections. This impedance is reflected back to the bus.

MIL-STDB also introduced the concept of optional broadcast transfers, in which data is sent to all RTs that implement the option, but to which no RTs respond, as this would cause conflicts on the bus.

To minimize signal distortion, it is desirable that the stub maintain high impedance. The image below exemplifies many of the protocol and physical layer concepts explained above. The format of this vector word is not defined in the standard, so the system designers must specify what values from what RTs mean what action the Bus Controller is to take. Again the timing of this read is not necessarily linked to that of the transfer.

Likewise, the industry has generally standardized on the cable known as twinax cable that has a characteristic impedance of 78 ohms.

Practically each word could be considered as a bit word: Retrieved from ” https: This may be used in normal operation where handover occurs because of some specific function, e. Webarchive template wayback links Articles lacking in-text citations from March All articles lacking in-text citations. In the case of an RT to RT transfer the sequence is as follows: