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Annex B – Agenda for the 6th Meeting of the ICAO Aeronautical by wuyunqing

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									ICAO Aeronautical Surveillance Panel (ASP)




         Report of the 8th Meeting




       26th to 30th September 2010
  Hosted by ICAO at the ICAO Building,
        Montreal, Quebec, Canada
                                                                        Table of contents


1        Introduction .................................................................................................................................................. 4

2        Administrative matters ................................................................................................................................ 4

3        Apologies Received ....................................................................................................................................... 4

4        Approval of the Agenda ............................................................................................................................... 4

5        Business from previous meetings ................................................................................................................ 4
     5.1         Report on the previous meetings............................................................................................................ 4
     5.2     Actions from previous meetings ............................................................................................................. 4
        5.2.1 Actions on the TSG ........................................................................................................................... 4
        5.2.2 Actions on the Airborne Surveillance Sub-Group ............................................................................. 5
        5.2.3 Actions on all ASP members ............................................................................................................ 5
        5.2.4 Actions on Individuals ...................................................................................................................... 5

6        Reports from ICAO groups ......................................................................................................................... 6
     6.1    Report from the panel secretary (inc. ASP status report to the ANC and reports from other ICAO
     Groups) ............................................................................................................................................................... 6
     6.2         Technical Subgroup (TSG) Report ........................................................................................................ 7
     6.3         Airborne Surveillance Subgroup Report................................................................................................ 7

7        Reports from other Groups ......................................................................................................................... 7
     7.1         RTCA ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
     7.2         EUROCAE ............................................................................................................................................. 7
     7.3         EUROCONTROL .................................................................................................................................. 8
     7.4     State reports in alphabetical order ........................................................................................................ 8
        7.4.1 Australia ............................................................................................................................................ 8
        7.4.2 Brazil ................................................................................................................................................. 8
        7.4.3 China ................................................................................................................................................. 8
        7.4.4 France ................................................................................................................................................ 9
        7.4.5 Germany ............................................................................................................................................ 9
        7.4.6 India .................................................................................................................................................. 9
        7.4.7 Japan.................................................................................................................................................. 9
        7.4.8 Russia ................................................................................................................................................ 9
        7.4.9 Saudi Arabia .................................................................................................................................... 10
        7.4.9 UK ................................................................................................................................................... 10
        7.4.7 USA................................................................................................................................................. 10

8        ACAS ........................................................................................................................................................... 10
     8.1         ACAS Manual ...................................................................................................................................... 10
     8.2         ACAS Monitoring ................................................................................................................................ 11

9        Mode S and Extended Squitter Issues ...................................................................................................... 12

10           Any Other Business................................................................................................................................ 15
     10.1        Flight ID .............................................................................................................................................. 15
     10.2        ASTAF AND AIRBORNE SURVEILLANCE ........................................................................................ 15




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     10.3       Standards and Guidance ..................................................................................................................... 15
     10.4       Flight Testing....................................................................................................................................... 15
     10.5       NEW TASK ON UAS SENSE & AVOID .............................................................................................. 16

12          Summary of results and preparation for next meeting ....................................................................... 16
     12.1       Meeting report issues........................................................................................................................... 16
     12.2       Action Items ......................................................................................................................................... 16
     12.2       Future meeting dates and venue .......................................................................................................... 17

Annex A – Attending Members and Advisors .................................................................................................. 18

Annex B – Attendees Contact Table .................................................................................................................. 19

Annex C - Agenda ............................................................................................................................................... 24

Annex D - Issue Papers and Working Papers ................................................................................................... 25

Annex E – List of action items ........................................................................................................................... 28
     E1         Actions on the Panel Secretary ............................................................................................................ 28
     E2         Actions on the Rapporteur ................................................................................................................... 28
     E3         Actions on the TSG .............................................................................................................................. 28
     E4         Actions on the Airborne Collision Avoidance Cell .............................................................................. 29
     E5         Actions on all ASP members ................................................................................................................ 29
     E6         Actions on Individuals ......................................................................................................................... 29

Annex G – List of websites of interest ............................................................................................................... 30

Annex H – Agreed Change Proposals to ICAO SARPs, Guidance Material, and Manuals ......................... 31
     Annex 10 Volume IV SARPs Changes ............................................................................................................... 31
     Doc 9871 Technical provisions for Mode S services and extended squitter Changes ...................................... 32
     Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Editorial Changes and the Use of SI Units .................................. 32
     ACAS Manual Changes .................................................................................................................................... 32




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1       Introduction
Chairman and Masoud Paydar (MP) welcomed the meeting attendees to ICAO HQ. Individual
attendees were invited to introduce themselves. A list of meeting attendees is provided at Annex A.


2       Administrative matters
Attendees informed that Gary Furr was not able to attend due to family emergency and as such would
not be able to complete the posting of WG papers to the website.

Meeting was informed that the presentation to the ANC would be done on Wednesday 28 April 2010
by the Rapporteur.



3       Apologies Received
Mr Gary Furr
Mr Steve Barber
Mr Terry Longhurst


4       Approval of the Agenda
The chairman introduced the meeting Agenda. Eric Potier (EP) proposed an amendment, which was
accepted. MP requested generic agenda to be fixed later. Agenda is presented at Annex ??.



5       Business from previous meetings

5.1     Report on the previous meetings

ASP Working Group Meeting: 21-26 September 2009, Montreal Canada final report. These minutes
were agreed by the Working Group without change.

5.2     Actions from previous meetings


5.2.1 Actions on the TSG

Vince Orlando (VO) suggested closing outstanding action items if papers have been provided, new
actions may be generated after paper presented.

Jean-Marc Loscos (JML) stated that the papers have been and ASSG meeting planned for this
afternoon will finalise the response to actions on ASSG – request close the actions. Agreed.




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EP asked for clarification on working arrangements for week with ASG meeting and presentation on
Wednesday. Charles Lenarcic (CL) responded that the meeting would adjourn at 4:00PM to allow the
ASSG to meet. The presentation on Wednesday was scheduled for 2:30PM to 4:00PM. The meeting
would be adjourned to allow interested members of the WG to attend.

ACTION ASP07-02: TSG to follow the status of the RTCA and EUROCAE Extended Squitter MOPS
and progress the generation of ICAO material as required. (Closed – see WP ASP08-02, ASP08-03
and ASP08-11)

ACTION ASP07-03: TSG to hold its next meeting in January 2010 in Ft Lauderdale. (Closed)

ACTION ASP07-04: TSG to provide no more than two pages of Guidance Material to assist States in
understanding what they need to do to satisfy their operational requirements regarding Mode S.
(Open)

ACTION ASP07-08: The TSG to investigate the possible issue linked with new type of phase
modulator and if required to correct/clarify the content of Annex 10 Volume IV to ensure
Interoperability between interrogators and receivers. (Closed – see ASP08-08)

ACTION ASP07-09: The TSG to review the existing ICAO provisions, develop SARPs changes and
convert guidance material to high level standards, where appropriate to limit unnecessary interference
by ground systems. (Closed – see ASP08-10)

5.2.2 Actions on the Airborne Surveillance Sub-Group

ACTION ASP06-13: ASSG are to define the scope of proposed TCAS RA monitoring task taking
into consideration the various concerns raised at the 6th meeting of the ASP Working Group during
the presentation of WP ASP06-23. (Closed – WP submitted)

ACTION ASP06-14: ASSG are to revise the AS timeline in light of the varied international
developments presented in WP ASP06-27 and to provide an update at the next WG meeting. (Closed
– WP submitted)

5.2.3 Actions on all ASP members

Nil

5.2.4 Actions on Individuals

ACTION ASP06-08: Eric Potier to coordinate with the body responsible for ORCAM Mode A Code
Allocations to try to identify a suitable code that can be used to inhibit ADS-B Squitter of the Mode A
code (A1000 and A3000 were considered). (Closed – 1000 – implemented into revised ADS-B
MOPS, published December 2009)

ACTION ASP06-12: Roland Mallwitz to contact the Panel Secretary to identify the appropriate ICAO
mechanism for publication and notification of the guidance material contained in Appendix 1 of WP
ASP06-10 (Attention is drawn to current work in progress external to ASP involving update of the
Flight Plan). (Closed – Information has been distributed)

ACTION ASP07-01: Eric Potier to obtain copyright for the material that has been provided for
MLAT in doc 9871. (Closed - Material provided to MP)




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ACTION ASP07-05a: Jean-Marc Loscos to collate the ACAS manual changes into one document to
aide processing by the Secretariat. (Closed-WP-ASP08-23)

ACTION ASP07-11: Robert Nichols to provide an IP on ACAS monitoring for the next meeting.
(Closed-IP-ASP08-07)

ACTION ASP07-16: Masoud Paydar to present WP ASP07-18 Rev 1 to ATMRPP for their
consideration. (Closed-Paper presented to AMTRPP)

ACTION ASP07-17: Masoud Paydar to present the response requesting further information regarding
the forward fit date proposed in State Letter 57e from the WG to ANC. (Closed –Action completed by
MP)


6       Reports from ICAO groups

6.1 Report from the panel secretary (inc. ASP status report to the
ANC and reports from other ICAO Groups)

WP ASP08-13 An Update from the Panel Secretary presented by Masoud Paydar (MP)

Topics included:
        -ACAS 1 JAN 2014 and 2017 (forward and retrofit ACAS 7.1)
        - request from group to monitor any problems with these dates
        - to update doc 9871 with Version 2 of ADS-B, Annex 10 must be changed first to establish
        Version 2
        - request from meeting as to whether WGW2 meeting required
        - ASTAF established – ASP needs to handover airborne surveillance issues
        - UAS Sense and Avoid Concept of Ops
        - Presentation for ANC on ADS-B Wednesday afternoon

Christoph Gilgen (CG) questioned the inclusion of UAS in the ASP work programme. MP responded
that the UAS Study Group requires cross disciplinary input. Sense and Avoid aspect being allocated to
the ASP. The Study Group will produce the framework with the details going to the expert panels. MP
indicated that multiple people would be required. UAS also required operational, not just technical
input and maybe moving too fast as some fundamentals have not been answered.

CL questioned whether the ASSG had the right members to advance this task.

JML responded that the ASSG has no operational members, on UAS the ASSG would need the terms
of reference first.

ACTION: ASP08-01: JML to review the suitability of the ASSG’s current composition for the
task of Sense and Avoid development.

EP questioned the need for a WGW2 if we have to wait to 2013 to amend Annex 10.
MP responded that at the least we would need a meeting early 2012 WGW for that. Perhaps this would
be better this instead of 2011 proposal in MP working paper. The new edition Doc 9871 can go on
panel website before official published etc. This would be there as a draft until next WGW to endorse
the amendments to the SARPs prior to acceptance by the Council for publishing the new version of
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MP when asked what is main driver for Doc 9871 responded that whilst there was none in ICAO,
Eurocontrol would like to have the published document as reference

EP stated that the SPI-IR, the mandate for ADS-B Europe, would like to specify Doc 9871 and use
the MOPS but they need Version 2 of ADS-B in Doc 9871.

Tom Pagano (TP) stated that it was important that Doc 98721 be approved. US is strongly interested in
updated Doc 9871 but recognises that publishing takes time however version 2 MOPS is a critical
update and basis for rulemaking – knowing the 9871 agreed by panel is important.

EP questioned whether approval by working group is sufficient to which MP replied yes.

6.2     Technical Subgroup (TSG) Report

WP ASP08-01 TSG Minutes FTL Final presented by Vince Orlando.

Discussion amongst the attendees resulted in the following actions derived from the WP.

ACTION: ASP08-02: TSG to investigate the transponder swap problem and develop SARPs or
guidance material to manage this problem.

ACTION: ASP08-03: TSG to review the specification of SSR transponder reply rate and
develop SARPs revisions to clarify this requirement.

ACTION: ASP08-04: TSG to meet 21-25 June 2010 Paris Malakof.

6.3     Airborne Surveillance Subgroup Report

Verbal report presented by Jean-Marc Loscos.

There has been no formal meeting of the ASSG only email correspondence. The planned meeting this
afternoon will finalise the responses to actions on ASSG. Report and response to actions will be
presented later in the meeting.


7       Reports from other Groups

7.1     RTCA

This topic is covered in the US State report (see IP ASP08-05).


7.2     EUROCAE

This topic is covered by the EUROCONTROL report (see WP ASP08-17).




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7.3     EUROCONTROL

WP ASP08-17 Eurocontrol Surveillance Activity presented by Eric Potier

When asked whether the proposed mandate of ACAS 7.1 was applicable to Asian and other non-
European registered aircraft EP responded that to access European airspace will require ACAS 7.1.

Hiromi Miyazaki (HM) asked which countries were involved in the implementation of multilateration
detailed in the paper.
EP responded – Frankfurt, Czeck Republic, North Sea, with some countries still installing WAM
systems for ELS/EHS and getting ADS-B.

Norikatzu Usui (NU) stated that Japan was interested in 1090 ES signals, investigation into 1090 ES,
and requested whether they could get information on 1090ES.
EP stated that Japan could access that information via the CASCADE program office.

7.4     State reports in alphabetical order
7.4.1 Australia

IP ASP08-10 Update on Australian Activities presented by Daniel Nixon.

EP questioned the problems Australia was having with Mode A transponders.
CL responded detailing the issues surrounding the spontaneous Mode A code changes caused by faulty
transponders. This problem is generally due to poor maintenance. NPRM has been issue to introduce a
new series of test to confirm pulse height consistency as well as width.

Wei Liu (WL) asked whether Australia has RAIM operational.
DN responded yes, it was operational and displayed to controllers.


7.4.2 Brazil

Verbal report by Eduardo Soares.

The first Brazilian airspace to implement an ADS-B-based surveillance system will be the Campos
Bay area (Macaé TMA). It is expected that by the end of 2011 the service reaches operational
capability.
The helicopters have started the avionics update process to obtain the proper certification to operate in
an ADS-B environment in order that, at the beginning of 2013, the whole fleet of aircraft will be able
to take advantage of the surveillance in that area.
The knowledge acquired during this implementation, specially related to certification processes, will
be certainly used to spread ADS-B throughout Brazilian Airspace.


7.4.3 China

IP ASP08-04 Surveillance Activities in China presented by Wei Liu.




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7.4.4 France

IP ASP08-03 Surveillance Activities in France presented by Jean-Marc Loscos.


7.4.5 Germany

IP ASP08-08 Surveillance in Germany presented by Steffen Marqquard.

SM was asked to explain what was the passive MS-PSR sensor for the detection of non-cooperative
a/c. He stated that that the sensor was primary radar and that by utilising existing radio broadcasts
separate receivers were able to detect the direct and reflected signal from an aircraft to determine its
position.

7.4.6 India

A brief summary was presented by P.Seth prior to the receipt of IP ASP08-16.


7.4.7 Japan

IP ASP08-05 Update on Surveillance Activities in Japan presented by Norikazu Usui.

Concern was expressed about TCAS 7.1 but following receipt of the state letter about the SARPs
change, they have commenced discussion with airlines etc asking how to obey mandate. This matter
is still in progress and will inform the panel of progress.
The meeting was assured that Japan will continue RA downlink monitoring and a working paper
prepared.


7.4.8 Russia

A verbal report was presented by Alexey Zhogin.

Last year in the Russian Federation was tested, certificated and commissioned first sample of 1090 ES
receiving station .Now it is operating in Tumen Region in the Asian part of the Russian Federation.

By now two more enterprises completed development and manufactured two samples of
1090 ES receiving stations .First step will be separate certification of these two stations.
This work will be completed by the end of this year.

The second step which is proposed for year 2011 will include certification of these two samples
together like an element of the future ADS-B surveillance network, It is proposed that this work will
be carried out in Moscow flight information region.

EP asked whether AZ could confirm whether a company in Russia was planning of a satellite based
ADS-B system.
AZ replied that he had no information on that subject.




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7.4.9 Saudi Arabia

IP ASP08-01 Surveillance Activities in Saudi Arabia presented by Ahmed Bargawi.

MP asked what is the reason for choosing Mode S? The available II codes should be sufficient
without using SI codes.
AB responded that Saudi Arabia has 20 radars, so needed more than the16 II codes.
MP responded that the guidance material available showed that radars without overlapping coverage
should use same codes so only II needed. Important point is co-ordination so that overlapping radars
don’t have same codes.
AB responded that they would look at co-ordination through regional office on II codes.
MP stated that ICAO has requested contact details for US military operating in middle east to co-
ordinate code allocations.
AB stated when asked why they were implementing Mode S that the technology was available and
was a solution for FRUIT, RF pollution, datalink applications for future.


7.4.9 UK

IP ASP08-14 Update on Surveillance Activities in the UK presented by Charles Lenarcic on behalf
of Steve Barber.


7.4.7 USA

IP ASP08-12 Report on the activities in the United States presented Robert Nichols (RN).

Additional point made by RN was that within the next few weeks US expects to release final rule for
ADS-B.
When asked what flight test procedure was used to establish ADS-B sites RN replied that flight test is
done by vendor prior to delivery of sites, FAA looks at same data, operational test phase then follows
with FAA flight testing with it’s own aircraft. FAA analyses this data. This done for key sites but
note sure about how much will be done for other 300+ service volumes. If same testing for all sites
we wouldn’t meet timeline so probably selected flight checks. Can provide more information as IP.



8       ACAS

8.1     ACAS Manual

WP ASP08-22 Summary Report on AS Standardisation prepared by Wes Olson and the ASSG and
presented by Jean-Marc Loscos.

WP ASP08-23 ACAS Manual Changes Information presented by Jean-Marc Loscos

WP ASP08-24 ACAS Manual Changes after WPASP07-08 presented by Shigeru Ozeki)




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The papers confirmed the use of the ACAS Manual as the appropriate vector for dissemination
guidance on ACAS Monitoring. It was emphasized that the ACAS monitoring task requires continuity
in time and internal exploitation in terms of operational and technical issues. It is not a simple
collection of data in order to produce statistics.




8.2     ACAS Monitoring
WP ASP08-21 Summary Report on ACAS RA Monitoring presented by Jean-Marc Loscos.


Following presentation and discussion of this topic IFALPA expressed concerns with the disposition
of down linked RA messages. While ANSPs may use this for procedural and operational analysis, the
data has potential to be used routinely by judicial entities for searching for events and potential
prosecution of our pilots. As the ability to download ever increasing volume of data for noble reasons,
the data must have protections in place to protect its use, have established legal protocols, and be used
to improve the safety of the airspace systems.

ACTION ASP08-17: The airborne collision avoidance cell (ACAC) is to provide a draft update
at the next ASP WGW meeting supported by information papers describing some ACAS RA
monitoring programmes.

IP ASP08-07 Report on TCAS Monitoring in the United States presented by Steve Plummer.

SP elaborated on the RA Termination bit with 18 secs where the bit stays set for 18 seconds after RA
terminates and RA continues broadcast, some installations show the bit set longer than normal, this is
uncovered by the monitoring

IP ASP08-09 RA – Monitoring in Germany presented by Steffen Marquard.

Dealt with the AMOR project in Germany to develop a network of passive stations (including 1030
MHz) in support of providing RA Downlink information in a timely manner for probable use on the
CWP in Germany

IP ASP08-15 TCAS RA presented by Lean-Marc Loscos.


In the light of some questions related to transponder rather than to ACAS, the following action was put
on JML:

ACTION ASP08-18: JML to present the relevant information from IP ASP08-15 dedicated to
transponder issues (RAT, threat identification, ghost encounters,...) be presented to the TSG in
order to identify possible solutions to the issues.

IP ASP08-11 RA Downlink with ENRI Mode S presented by Shigeru Ozeki.

ACAS RA monitoring performed with the Mode S station installed at ENRI (non operational station).

It was recognized that the ACAS RA monitoring assessment in States provided some commonalities in
particular on the large majority of RAs at low altitudes (below FL50), on the relatively small number
of coordinated RAs as a result of different perspectives from each intruder (HMD filtering), the




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extreme rarity of multiple threat encounter(s). They show some differences that confirm the fact that
ACAS performance is dependent on airspace characteristics as well as traffic patterns. In Europe, the
TMA structures with a transition level at FL120/FL130 are favourable conditions for 1000ft level-off
geometries and AVSA RAs are frequently triggered, whereas in the USA, the frequent use of visual
approaches increase the proportion of encounters with VFR 500ft below with AVSA/MVS RAs.


As a result of the discussion, it was agreed that there was the need to maintain a group of experts in
charge of ACAS Monitoring with the understanding that their work could be useful in the long run.
ACAS manual would be updated from time to time to reflect the global consolidation enabled by the
various ACAS Monitoring activities in some States.

It is anticipated that the ASSG has to be dissolved with the establishment of ASTAF and the tasks of
developing provisions for airborne surveillance applications. As a consequence, ASSG cannot be
tasked to undertake the ACAS monitoring. Taking into account the request to address collision
avoidance systems on aircraft as well as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) it is decided to establish a
airborne collision avoidance cell (ACAC).


9       Mode S and Extended Squitter Issues
WP-ASPWG07-02 Change Candidates for 1090ES MOPS+SARPs+9871 was presented by Tom
Pagano as a precursor to the presentation of the current WPs.


WP-ASP08- 02 Structure to be Used for the Insertion of 1090ES ADS-B Version 2 in Doc 9871,
Edition 2 was presented by Vince Orlando.

WP-ASP08-11 Initial Draft of Doc 9871 Edition 2 presented Vince Orlando.

EP asked whether is it better to create a separate appendix for CPR algorithm?
VO agreed and is planning to bring it up at next TSG meeting.
EP asked whether we should revisit previous agreed change proposals that were on hold but will
change version 1, now some of these are now in version 2 changes
VO agreed.,

ACTION ASP08-05: TSG to review the revisions to Doc 9871 that were approved at WGW/1 for
Doc 9871 Edition 1 to determine if they should be incorporated directly into Edition 2 or need to
be modified or deleted and report the results at the next WG meeting.


WP-ASP08-03 Potential SARPs Changes Needed for ADS-B Version 2 Extended Squitter
presented by Tom Pagano.



ACTION ASP08-06: TSG to review the Mode S SARPs to determine the feasibility of reducing
the Doc 9871 detail specified in the SARPs to facilitate future revisions to Doc 9871.

ACTION ASP08-07: All WG members to review Doc 9871 Edition 2 and forward comments to
TSG (VO or TP) prior to next TSG meeting. TSG to review comments and prepare the final
version of Doc 9871 for the next WG meeting.




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WP-ASP08- 04 Summary of the Results of the Testing of the Phase Modulation 1090 MHz
Transmissions presented by Tom Pagano.

New technique may allow additional messages for many purposes. There is a need to look at how
messages bits are available with CRC etc, tools are being built in TSG to look at this.
Testing is being conducted now using current receivers to demonstrate that the new phase coding does
not interfere with reception of pulse coded message. Transmitters will need to be modified as required
to use the new technique. Compatibility is a strict requirement for this. As it is work in progress there
is not much to do. Suggestion is to a brief summary page to be sent to Regional Offices and table at
all CNS related meetings.


ACTION ASP08-08: Vince Orlando and Tom Pagano to prepare a summary of 1090ES capacity
enhancement as an appendix to the minutes for distribution to interested parties.


WP-ASP08-05 ITU Allocation Constraints on Applications Using Phase Modulation 1090 MHZ
Capacity presented by Chris Tyler (CT)

Discussion centred around the need to protect the 1030/1090 MHz frequency spectrum. There needs to
be something in Annex 10 as a reminder to ICAO when new apps presented to review the ITU
regulations as a group.

ACTION ASP08-9: TSG to progress the task to increase the data capacity of extended squitter
and report status at the next Working Group meeting.

WP-ASP08-06 SARPs CP to clarify GCIB Readout Requirements for Non-Serviced Registers
presented by Vince Orlando

Following presentation of this paper and further discussion some issues were identified. Q Eric – the
wording says “it shall reply” is it really clear that it should reply

ACTION ASP08-10: TSG is to reconsider the CP and report back at the next WG meeting.


WP-ASP08-07 Consideration for SARPs change to Eliminate the Mode S Intermode All-Call
presented by Tom Pagano.


WP-ASP08-12 The use of Intermode All-Call (Long P4) in the UK presented by Charles Lenarcic.


WP-ASP08-19 Removal of Long P4 Reply Requirement in Germany presented by Steffen
Marquard.


WP-ASP08-20 Effect of Multipath Echoes on Transponder Decoder presented by Shigaru Ozeki.

WP ASP08-16 presented by EP

Extensive discussion ensued with reservation being expressed about the proposed removal of the
parameter. Military users may not wish to change and this would cause a safety issue.




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ACTION ASP08-11: TSG to review the Long P4 pulse and develop a position with a mandate
from the WG to collaborate with EUROCAE/RTCA to coordinate revisions(if any) to the
MOPS. TSG needs to be aware of the military users of this parameter. TSG to also consider
allowing military interrogators to operate using the Mode-S only All-Call (UF-11) without the
use of the P5 SLS transmission




WP-ASP08-08 Status of Investigation of Mode S Interrogation Phase Modulation Problem
presented by Eric Potier.


ACTION ASP08-12 The TSG is to continue the investigation and to propose a SARPS CP to
remove possible ambiguity in the SARPS description of the phase reversal and to liaise with
RTCA/EUROCAE groups in charge of the transponder MOPS to make sure that transponder
MOPS contain the necessary requirement/test to ensure interoperability with the two types of
interrogator.

WP-ASP08-09 High Level Guidance Material on Operational Requirements for Mode S and
Mode A/C presented by Eric Potier

WG agreed that the guidance provided was worthwhile and needed to be provided to the community at
large.


ACTION ASP08-13 TSG to review the Appendix to WP ASP08-09 and develop a CP for the
ASM.

WP-ASP08-10 Status Report on SARPs Changes to Limit Unnecessary Interference by Mode S
Interrogators presented by Vince Orlando.

The recommendation is for on using sidelobe suppression when interrogators close since if you have a
discrete interrogation you don’t need suppression as aircraft is only in main beam but ties up aircraft in
sidelobes listening to message. It is not strictly required but can reduce incorrectly directed
interrogation with bit error in address but this might match aircraft in sidelobe.

ACTION ASP08-14 That all Panel Members have the material in this WP-ASP08-10 reviewed
by those in their Administrations responsible for interrogator operation. Please notify the TSG if
there is any disagreement with the potential SARPs changes under consideration.

WP-ASP08-18 Wrong Downlinked Transponder Register presented by Eric Potier.

ACTION ASP08-15 The TSG to investigate whether the minimum Mode S transmission
capability should be changed.
ACTION ASP08-16 The TSG to investigate whether it will be necessary to strengthen
the GICB protocol by adding an indication of the BDS number in the reply in order to
be able to detect which register is provided.




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10      Any Other Business

10.1 Flight ID

WP ASP08-14 Considerations and proposals in regard to Aircraft ID issues presented by
Christoph Gigen.

Based on this paper recommendations a new Annex 6 standard could be required – “crew able to
change in flight” This can be refined this but include as a change when the panel next meets. Another
possibility is two prepare material and send to another panel. IFACTA is very concerned about
corrupt data being broadcast from aircraft. The WG acknowledges the seriousness of the issue
particularly with the introduction of ADS-B in various states. …….


ACTION ASP08-19: ACAC to investigate this issue and provide recommendations for
appropriate action.

ACTION ASP08-20: TSG is tasked to collaborate with the ACAC to identify applicable
technical documents.



10.2 ASTAF AND AIRBORNE SURVEILLANCE

WP ASP08-22 Summary Report on Airborne Surveillance Standardization presented by Jean-
Marc Loscos.

It is agreed that the paper will be passed to the ASTAF.
As anticipated and expressed in the ASP08-13, it is agreed that the ASSG needs not to continue as its
work programme is transferred to ASTAF.

Even if some tasks are still underway requiring airborne surveillance expertise, they are solely related
to collision avoidance. As a consequence, it is therefore agreed to stop ASSG and to consider the need
for an airborne collision avoidance cell (ACAC) in charge in particular of ACAS RA monitoring. It is
probable that a new task on sense & avoid could also be given to this ACAC, even if the UAS S&A
technique relies on other medium than SSR transponders.

ACTION ASP08-21: Panel Secretary is to arrange for WP ASP08-22 to be presented to ASTAF.



10.3 Standards and Guidance

WP ASP08-06: Report on US Standards and Guidance-Apr 2010 TSOs and ACs presented by
Steve Plummer.


10.4 Flight Testing

IP ASP08-17: Flight Testing WAM in Australia presented by Daniel Nixon.




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IP ASP08-13 Test Results of Wide Area Multilateration at Tokyo International Airport
presented by Hiromi Miyazaki.


10.5 NEW TASK ON UAS SENSE & AVOID

At a request from the UASSG, the ASP acknowledged the need to progress on the UAS Sense &
Avoid function as a last resort solution, i.e., for collision avoidance purposes only. It is anticipated that
most of the detailed work should be undertaken by the new ACAC cell. The WG as a whole is urged
to familiarise themselves with this emerging capability.




12      Summary of results and preparation for next meeting

12.1 Meeting report issues


12.2 Action Items

ASP08-01: JML to review the suitability of the ASSG’s current composition for the task of Sense and
Avoid development.

ASP08-02: TSG to investigate the transponder swap problem and develop SARPs or guidance
material to manage this problem.

ASP08-03: TSG to review the specification of SSR transponder reply rate and develop SARPs
revisions to clarify this requirement.

ASP08-04: TSG to meet 21-25 June 2010

ASP08-05: TSG to review the revisions to Doc 9871 that were approved at WGW/1 for Doc 9871
Edition 1 to determine if they should be incorporated directly into Edition 2 or need to be modified or
deleted and report the results at the next WG meeting.

ASP08-06: TSG to review the Mode S SARPs to determine the feasibility of reducing the Doc 9871
detail specified in the SARPs to facilitate future revisions to Doc 8771.

ASP08-07: All WG members to review Doc 9871 Edition 2 and forward comments to TSG (VO or
TP) priot to next TSG meeting.

ASP08-08: Vince Orlando and Tom Pagano to prepare a summary of 1090ES capacity enhancement
as an appendix to the minutes for distribution to interested parties.

ASP08-9: TSG to progress the task to increase the data capacity of extended squitter and report status
at the next Working Group meeting.

ASP08-10: TSG is to reconsider the CP and report back at the next WG meeting.




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ASP08-11: TSG to review the Long P4 pulse and develop a position with a mandate from the WG to
collaborate with EUROCAE/RTCA to coordinate revisions(if any) to the MOPS. TSG needs to be
aware of the military users of this parameter. TSG to also consider allowing military interrogators to
operate using the Mode-only All-Call (UF-11) without the use of the P5 SLS transmission

ASP08-12 The TSG is to continue the investigation and to propose a SARPS CP to remove possible
ambiguity in the SARPS description of the phase reversal and to liaise with RTCA/EUROCAE groups
in charge of the transponder MOPS to make sure that transponder MOPS contain the necessary
requirement/test to ensure interoperability with the two types of interrogator.

ASP08-13 TSG to review the Appendix to WP ASP08-09 and develop a CP for the ASM.

ASP08-14 That all Panel Members have the material in this WP-ASP08-10 reviewed by those in their
Administrations responsible for interrogator operation. Please notify the TSG if there is any
disagreement with the potential SARPs changes under consideration.

ASP08-15 The TSG to investigate whether the minimum transmissions capability should be
changed;
ASP08-16 The TSG to investigate whether it will be necessary to strengthen the GICB
protocol by adding an indication of the BDS number in the reply in order to be able to detect
which register is provided.

ASP08-17: The airborne collision avoidance cell (ACAC) is to provide a draft update at the next ASP
WGW meeting supported by information papers describing some ACAS RA monitoring programmes.

ASP08-18: JML to present the relevant information from IP ASP08-15 dedicated to transponder issues
(RAT, threat identification, ghost encounters,...) be presented to the TSG in order to identify possible
solutions to the issues.

ASP08-19: ACAC to investigate this issue and provide recommendations for appropriate action.

ASP08-20: TSG is tasked to collaborate with the ACA to identify applicable technical documents.


12.2 Future meeting dates and venue




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Annex A – Attending Members and Advisors


              Name                             Organisation
Dhafer Al Shehri     GACA – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
David Baker          US Air Force – Hanscom AFB, USA
Ahmed Bargawi        GACA – Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Andrew Beadle        IFATCA
Ulf Birkenstock      German Air force command, Germany
Carole Couchman      IFALPA
Christoph Gilgen     IFATCA – Switzerland
Victor Hunsicker     DoD International AIMS Program Office – Robins AFB USA
Hidenori Kajihara    Japan Civil Aviation Bureau – Tokyo Japan
Ken Kitamura         ANA Flight Ops – Tokyo Japan
Andre Jansen         DECEA Brazil – Rio De Janerio Brazil
Charles Lenarcic     CASA Australia – Canberra Australia
Jean-Marc Loscos     DSNA France – Toulouse France
Steffen Marquard     DFS Germany
Hiromi Miyazaki      ENRI Japan – Tokyo Japan
Robert Nichols       FAA – ADS-B SBS Program, Office – Washington DC USA
Daniel Nixon         AirServices Australia
Vincent Orlando      MIT Lincoln Lab, Lexington MA USA
Shigeru Ozeki        ENRI Japan – Tokyo Japan
Masoud Paydar        ICAO ASP Secretariat, Montreal Canada
Tom Pagano           FAA ATO-P – FAA Tech Center – Atlantic City NJ USA
Steve Plummer        FAA AIR-130 – Washington DC USA
Eric Potier          Eurocontrol – Brussels Belguim
Eduardo Soares       Brazilian Aeronautical Command
Matt Sowards         US Air Force – Hanscom AFB USA
C.R. Sudhir          Airports Authority of India
William Thedford     US Air Force – Hanscom AFB USA
Chris Tourigny       FAA Spectrum Engineering – Washington DC USA
R.E. “Rip” Torn      IFALPA
Norikazu Usui        Japan Civil Aviation Bureau – Tokyo Japan
Don Walker           FAA AIR-130, Washington DC, USA
Alexey Zhogin        State Sicentific Research Air Navigation Institute Russian
                     federation




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                                                    Annex B – Attendees Contact Table

      Name                   Organization                     Postal Address                       Email                    Telephone                     FAX
                     ANA Flight Operations          3-3-2 Haneda Airport, OTA-KU,
Aboshi, Natsuchika                                                                   n.aboshi@ana.co.jp               (81) 3 5757 5373          (81) 3 5757 5406
                     Engineering                    Tokyo, Japan, 144-8515
                                                    Volokolamskoye Str. 26
                     Scientific and Research
Alipov, Ivan                                        Moscow                           alipov@atminst.ru                (4) 9919 047 86           (4) 9919 039 25
                     Institute, Aeronavigation
                                                    RUSSIA
Al Shehri, Dhafer    GACA KSA                                                        DAATC1959@hotmail.com            (96) 6505 48 2308         (96) 6268 295 85
                                                    DTI
                                                    Avenue.Edouard Belin
                                                                                     christian.aveneau@aviation-
Aveneau, Christian   DGAC/DSNA France               BP54005                                                           (33) 562 25 96 50         (33) 562 25 95 99
                                                                                     civile.gouv.fr
                                                    31055 Toulouse
                                                    Cedex 4 FRANCE
                                                    75 Vandenberg Drive
Baker, David         US Air Force                                                    david.baker@hanscom.af.mil       (1) 781 377 9343
                                                    Hanscom AFB, MA 01731
                                                    NATS CTC, 4000 Parkway,                                           (44) (0)1489 444712
Barber
                     NATS Ltd                       Whiteley, Hampshire, PO15 7FL,   steve.barber@nats.co.uk          Mobile:                   (44) (0)1489 444013
Steve
                                                    UK                                                                (44) (0)7785 992349
                                                    PO Box 15441, JEDDAH, 21444,                                      (96) 6267 177 17
Bargawi, Ahmed       GACA KSA                                                        bargawi@yahoo.com
                                                    KSA                                                               Ext 269
                     IFATCA
Beadle, Andrew       (International Federation of                                    agbeadle@gmail.com
                     Air Traffic Controllers)
                                                    Flughagenstraat 1
Birkenstock, Ulf     German Air force command       PO Box 906110                    ulfbirkenstock@bundeswehr.org    +49 2203 5836             +49 2203 4031
                                                    51127 KOLN GERMANY
                                                    DOD AIMS PO
                                                    WRALC/EN                                                          (1) 478-926-1763
Campbell, Bennett    DOD International AIMS PO                                       bennett.campbell@robins.af.mil                             (1) 478-926-3285
                                                    460 Third Street                                                  (1) 478-397-7447 (cell)
                                                    ROBINS AFB, GA 31098
                                                    102 Soi Ngarmduplee,
Chaisompong,
                     AEROTHAI                       Tungmahamek, Sathorn, Bangkok    chainan.ch@aerothai.co.th        (66)2 287 8391            (66) 2 287 8180
Chainan
                                                    10120 Thailand




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      Name                   Organization                      Postal Address                          Email                        Telephone                     FAX
                     IFALPA (International           Suite 16.30
Couchman, Carole     Federation of Airline Pilots’   999 University                      carolecouchman@ifalpa.org            (1) 514 954 5065          (1) 514 954 5858
                     Associations)                   Montreal, Quebec H3C 5J9 Canada

                                                     Air Traffic Management Bureau,
                                                     CAAC
                     Air Traffic Management          12# East San-huan Road
Deng, Min                                                                                dengmin@atmb.net.cn                  +86 (10) 8778 6672        +86 (10) 8778 6772
                     Bureau, CAAC                    Middle Chaoyang District
                                                     Beijing 100022
                                                     Peoples Republic of China
                                                     Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority                                        (234) 8055 0933 36
Emeka, Nwafor        Nigerian Civil Aviation
                                                     Murtala Muhammed Airport            dinma2002@yahoo.com                  (234) 8033 0484 27
Martins              Authority
                                                     Ikeja – Lagos P.M.B 21038                                                (234) 1 7648 608
                                                     75 Vanderberg Drive
Fisher, John         Jacobs Tech                                                         john.d.fisher@hanscom.af.mil         (1) 781 377-9022
                                                     Hanscom AFB, MA 01731-2103
                                                     FAA WJH Technical Center
                                                     Atlantic City Airport                                                    (1) 609 485-4254
Furr, Gary           Engility Corporation                                                gary.ctr.furr@faa.gov                                          (1) 609 485-6566
                                                     Bldg 300, 2nd Floor, H14                                                 (1) 609-226-5167 (cell)
                                                     Atlantic City NJ 08405
                                                     Route St-Cergue, 102A                                                    (41) 22 362 9804
Gilgen, Christoph    IFACTA                                                              chrisgi@bluewin.ch                                             (41) 22 362 9819
                                                     1260 Nyon Switzerland                                                    (41) 797 84 3255
                     LFV Group
                                                     Vikboplan 11
Glanvall, Torbjörn   Swedish Airports and Air                                            torbjoern.glanvall@lfv.se            (46) 11 192 512           (46) 11 192 650
                                                     SE-601 79 Norrkőping Sweden
                     Navigation Services
                                                     Terminal 1, 3-3-2 HANEDA
                     Japanese Airlines
Hata, Masayuki                                       Airport, Ota-Ku, Tokyo 144-0041     masayuki.hata@jal.com                (81) 3 5756 3164          (81) 3 5756 3529
                     International Co. Ltd.
                                                     Japan
                                                     DGAC/DSAC
                                                                                         antoine.herve@aviation-
Herve, Antoine       DGAC                            50 Rue Henri Farman                                                      (33) 158 09 35 25         (33) 158 09 45 52
                                                                                         civile.gouv.fr
                                                     75720 Paris Cedex 20
                                                     DOD AIMS PO
                                                     WRALC/EN                            victor.hunsicker.ctre@robins.af.mi
Hunsicker, Victor    DOD International AIMS PO                                                                                (1) 478 926-3032          (1) 478 926-3285
                                                     460 Third Street                    l
                                                     Robins AFB, GA 31098




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      Name                    Organization                     Postal Address                          Email                  Telephone                 FAX
                                                    Air Traffic Management Bureau,
                                                    CAAC
                    Air Traffic management          12# East San-huan Road
Huo, Zhenfei                                                                             huozhenfei@atmb.net.cn         +86 (10) 8778 6965    +86 (10) 8778 6910
                    Bureau CAAC                     Middle Chaoyang District
                                                    Beijing 100022
                                                    Peoples Republic of China
                                                    Av. General Justo, 160
                                                                                         jansen.andre@globo.com
Jansen, André       DECEA Brasil                    4 Oudai - Centro                                                    (55) 21 2101 6220     (55) 21 2101 6226
                                                                                         dete5@decea.gov.br
                                                    Rio de Janerio BRAZIL
                    Federal Agency for Industry –
                                                    105120, Moscow
                    Scientific & Technical Center
Lebedev, Boris                                      Syromyatnichesky Proezd, 6/1         lebedev-bv@yandex.ru           (7) (495) 917-98-47   (7) (495) 917-37-43
                    of Aeronavigational Systems
                                                    RUSSIA
                    and Inductrial Technology
                                                    GPO Box 2005
Lenarcic, Charles   CASA Australia                  Canberra ACT 2601                    charles.lenarcic@casa.gov.au   (61) 2 6217 1831      (61) 2 6217 1914
                                                    Australia
                                                    DSNA
                    DSNA
                                                    1 avenue Dr Grynfogel                herve.lespinasse@aviation-
Lespinasse, Herve   CNS department
                                                    BP53584                              civile.gouv.fr
                                                    31054 TOULOUSE CEDEX 1
                                                    Aviation Data Communication
                                                    Corp CAAC, Floor 16, Bai Yan
                                                                                                                        +86 (10) 8231 6281
Liu, Wei            CAAC                            Building, No 238 Bei Si Huan         liuw@adcc.com.cn                                     +86 (10) 8232 5552
                                                                                                                        (Ext) 6312
                                                    Zhong Road, Hai Dian District,
                                                    Beijing, Peoples Republic of China
                                                    DSNA 7 Ave E.Belin BP54005
                                                                                         jean-marc.loscos@aviation-
Loscos, Jean-Marc   DSNA France                     31055 Toulouse CEDEX 4                                              (33) 562 25 9518      (33) 562 25 9599
                                                                                         civile.gouv.fr
                                                    France
                                                    Am DFS-Campus 5,
Marquard, Steffen   DFS Germany                                                          steffen.marquard@dfs.de        (49) 6103 707 5786    (49) 6103 707 5741
                                                    63225 Langen Germany
                                                    1-1 Shibaura 1 – Chome,
Masami, Ino         Toshiba                         Minato-ku, Tokyo                     masami.ino@toshiba.co.jp       (81) 3 3457 3077      (81) 3 5444 9333
                                                    105-8001, Japan
                                                    7-42-23 Jindaiji-higashi,
Miyazaki, Hiromi    ENRI/Japan                                                           hiro@enri.go.jp                (81) 422 41 3179      (81) 422 41 3182
                                                    Chofu, Tokyo 182-0012 Japan




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       Name                 Organization                     Postal Address                           Email                        Telephone                   FAX
                                                  FAA Enroute & Oceanic Services
                                                                                                                             (1) 202 385 8285
Nichols, Robert     FAA, US Panel Member          600 Independence Avenue, SW           robert.nichols@faa.gov                                       (1) 202 493 4061
                                                                                                                             (1) 202 657 2449
                                                  Washington DC 20591
                                                  GPO Box 367
                                                                                        daniel.nixon@airservicesaustralia.
Nixon, Daniel       Air Services Australia        Canberra ACT 2601                                                          (61) 2 6268 4951        (61) 2 6268 5123
                                                                                        com
                                                  AUSTRALIA
                                                  Box 30163-00100
Nyambaka, Joel      KCAA                                                                janyambaka@kcaa.or.ke                (25) 4722258242         (25) 42082230
                                                  Nairobi, Kenya
                                                  240 Wood Street
Olson, Wes          MIT – Lincoln Laboratory                                            Wes.olson@ll.mit.edu                 (1) 781 981-3094        (1) 781 981-3495
                                                  Lexington MA, 02420, USA
Orlando                                           244 Wood Street
                    MIT Lincoln Laboratory                                              vaorlandojr@aol.com                  (1) 781-981-7428        (1) 781-981-3495
Vincent                                           Lexington, MA 02420, USA
                                                  7-42-23 Jindaiji Higashi
Ozeki, Shigeru      ENRI/Japan                                                          ozeki@enri.go.jp                     (81) 422 41 3173        (81) 422 41 3176
                                                  Chofu , Tokyo 182-0012 Japan
                                                  FAA Technical Center, AJP-653
Pagano, Thomas      US FAA                                                              thomas.pagano@faa.gov                (1) 609-485-5387        (1) 609-485-6566
                                                  Atlantic City, NJ 08405 USA
Parsons, Russell    US Navy                                                             russell.parsons@navy.mil             (1) 812-854-5340
                                                  999 University Street
Paydar, Masoud                                                                                                               (1) 514 954 8219
                    ICAO                          Montreal Quebec H3C 5H7               mpaydar@icao.int                                             (1) 514 954 5967
(Panel Secretary)                                                                                                            Extension 8210
                                                  Canada
                                                  470 L’Enfant Plaza, Suite 4102
Plummer, Steve      US FAA                                                              steve.plummer@faa.gov                (1) 650 756 0227 x166
                                                  Washington, DC 20024
                                                  Rue de la Fusee 96
Potier, Eric        EUROCONTROL                                                         eric.potier@eurocontrol.int          (32)2 729 3504          (32)2 729 9086
                                                  1130 Bruxelles Belgium
                                                  Rockwell Collins
                                                  Air Transport Systems
Saffell, Robert     Rockwell Collins                                                    rhsaffel@rockwellcollins.com         (1) 321 768 7062
                                                  PO Box 1080, MS 307-200
                                                  Melbourne, FL 32902-1080, USA
                                                  Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan
Seth, Praveem       Airports Authority of India   Safdarjung Airport                    memberops@aai.aero                   (91) 11 2463 1969       (91) 11 2462 9567
                                                  New Delhi 110 003 INDIA
                    Brazilian Aeronautical        Av General Justo, 160 – 2 andar       ADJPLN@DECEA.GOV.BR
Soares, Eduardo                                                                                                              +21 2101 6264
                    Command                       Centro, Rio De Janeiro – RJ, Brazil   E.XIGUEL@GMAIL.COM
                                                  75 Vandenberg Drive                   matthew.sowards@hanscom.af.mi
Sowards, Matthew    USAF                                                                                                     (1) 781 377 1248
                                                  Hanscom AFB, MA 01731                 l




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      Name                Organization                       Postal Address                       Email                Telephone                   FAX
                                                   Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan
Sudhir, C.R.      Airports Authority of India      Safdarjung Airport               sudhircr@aai.aero            (91) 11 2461 0529       (91) 11 2461 1134
                                                   New Delhi 110 003 INDIA
                                                   470 L’Enfant Plaza, Suite 4102
Swider, Chris     US FAA                                                            christopher.swider@faa.gov   (1) 202 385-4880
                                                   Washington, DC 20024
Torn, Rip         ALPA (Airline Pilots’            535 Herndon Parkway                                           (1) 512-825-4729
                                                                                    rip.torn@alpa.org
(Captain)         Association)                     Herndon, VA 20172                                             (1) 512-845-2944 cell
                                                   800 Independence Avenue, SW
Tourigny, Chris   US FAA                                                            chris.tourigny@faa.gov       (1) 202 267 3071
                                                   Washington, DC 20591
                                                   P.O.Box 4593
                  Nigerian Airspace
Udoh, Nnamdi                                       Murtala Muhammed Airport         nnamdidh@yahoo.co.uk         (234) 8033 0843 49
                  Management Agency
                                                   Ikeja – Lagos Nigeria
                                                   2-1-3 Kasumigaseki
Usui, Norikazu    JCAB                             Chiyoda-ku. Tokyo 100-8918       usui-n2uu@mlit.go.jp         (81) 3-5253-8755        (81) 3-5253-1663
                                                   Japan
                                                   1100 Blvd Rene-Levesque West,
Van den Eynden,   Airports Council International
                                                   Montreal, Quebec H3B 4X8         pvandeneynden@aci.aero       (1) 514 394 7326        (1) 514 394 7356
Paul              (ACI)
                                                   Canada
Zakharov,         State ATM Corporation of         Leningradskoye St. 37-7
                                                                                    zahavov@gkovd.ru             (4) 9560 108 51         (4) 9560 108 52
Vladimir          Russia                           Moscow RUSSIA
                                                   123182, Russian Federation,
                  State Scientific & Research
Zhogin, Alexey                                     Moscow, Volokolamskoye Shosse,   zhogin@atminst.ru            +495 490 9659           +499 190 52 38
                  Institute for Air Navigation
                                                   26, Russian Federation




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                               Annex C - Agenda
Introduction

Administrative matters

Agenda Item 1    Approval of the Agenda

Agenda Item 2    Business from previous meetings

        2.1      Report on the previous meetings
        2.2      Actions from previous meetings
                 2.2.1    Actions on the TSG
                 2.2.2    Actions on the Airborne Surveillance Sub-Group
                 2.2.3    Actions on all ASP members
                 2.2.4    Actions on Individuals

Agenda Item 3    Reports from ICAO groups

        3.1      Report from the panel secretary (inc. ASP status report to the ANC)
        3.2      Reports from ICAO Groups
        3.3      Technical Subgroup (TSG) Report
        3.4      Airborne Surveillance Subgroup Report

Agenda Item 4    Reports from other Groups

        4.1      RTCA
        4.2      EUROCAE
        4.3      EUROCONTROL
        4.4      State reports in alphabetical order

Agenda Item 5    ACAS

        5.1      Aeronautical Surveillance Manual
        5.2      ACAS Manual
        5.3      ACAS SARPs

Agenda Item 6    Mode S and Extended Squitter


Agenda Item 8    Any Other Business



Agenda Item 9    Summary of results and preparation for next meeting

        9.1      Meeting report issues
        9.2      Actions from the current and previous meetings
        9.3      Future meeting dates and venues




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                                 Annex D - Issue Papers and Working Papers

    ASP                                                                                                             Agenda
                                                         Title                                            Lead(s)
Paper Number                                                                                                         Item
WP ASP08-01    Technical Subgroup Meeting Report from Fort Lauderdale 2010 Meeting                          VO       3.3
WP ASP08-02    Structure to be Used for the Insertion of 1090ES ADS-B Version 2 in Doc 9871, Edition 2      GF       7.1
WP ASP08-03    Potential SARPs Changes Needed for ADS-B Version 2 Extended Squitter                         TP       7.1
WP ASP08-04    Summary of the Results of the Testing of the Phase Modulation 1090 MHz Transmissions       TP, EP     7.1
WP ASP08-05    ITU Allocation Constraints on Applications Using the Phase Modulation 1090 MHz Capacity      CT       7.1
WP ASP08-06    SARPs CP to Clarify GICB Readout Requirements for Non Serviced Registers                     VO       7.1
WP ASP08-07    Consideration for SARPs Change to Eliminate the Mode S Intermode All-Call                    TP       7.1
WP ASP08-08    Status of Investigation of Mode S Interrogation Phase Modulation Problem                     EP       7.1
WP ASP08-09    High Level Guidance Material on Operational Requirements for Mode S and Mode A/C             EP       7.1
WP ASP08-10    Status Report on SARPs Changes to Limit Unnecessary Interference by Mode S Interrogators     VO       7.1
WP ASP08-11    Initial Draft of Doc 9871, Edition 2                                                         GF       7.1
WP ASP08-12    The use of Intermode All Call (Long P4) in the UK                                            SB       7.1
WP ASP08-13    An Update from the Panel Secretary                                                           MP       3.1
WP ASP08-14    Considerations and proposals in regard to Aircraft ID issues                                 CG       7.1
WP ASP08-15    Draft UAS Circular                                                                           MP       5.4
WP ASP08-16    High DF11 rate and long P4 in Europe                                                         EP
WP ASP08-17    Eurocontrol Surveillance activity                                                            EP
WP ASP08-18    Wrong downlinked Transponder register                                                        EP
WP ASP08-19    Removal_of_Long_P4_Reply_Requirement_German_Position                                         EP
WP ASP08-20    Effect of multipath echoes on transponder decoder                                            SO
WP ASP08-21    Summary-report-on ACAS RA monitoring                                                        JML




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    ASP                                                                 Agenda
                                                 Title        Lead(s)
Paper Number                                                             Item
WP ASP08-22    Summary-report-on AS Standardization            JML
WP ASP08-23    ACAS_Manual_Changes_Information                 JML
WP ASP08-24    ACAS_Manual_Changes_after_WP_ASP07-08           JML        5




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    ASP                                                                                                          Agenda
                                                          Title                                        Lead(s)
Paper Number                                                                                                      Item

 IP ASP08-01    Surveillance Activities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia                                   AB       4.4
                Update on Manufacturers, Airframers and Airline Operators’ Input to Support TCAS 7.1
 IP ASP 08-02                                                                                           JML       3.4
                Forward Fit and Retrofit
 IP ASP 08-03   Surveillance Activities in France                                                       JML       4.4
 IP ASP 08-04   ADS-B Implementation in China                                                           LW        4.4
 IP ASP 08-05   Surveillance Activities in Japan                                                         NU       4.4
 IP ASP 08-06   Report on Unites States and FAA Standards and Guidance                                   RN       4.4
 IP ASP 08-07   Report on TCAS Monitoring in the United States                                           RN       4.4
IP ASP 08-08    Surveillance in Germany                                                                  SF       4.4
IP ASP 08-09    RA-Monitoring in Germany                                                                 SF        5
IP ASP 08-10    Update on Australian Activities                                                          DN       4.4
IP ASP 08-11    RA Downlink with ENRI Mode S                                                             SO        5
IP ASP 08-12    Report on US Activities                                                                  RN       4.4
IP ASP 08-13    Test Results of Wide Area Multilateration at Tokyo International Airport                HM         8
IP ASP 08-14    Update on Surveillance Activities in the UK                                              SB       4.4
IP ASP 08-15    RA-Downlink monitoring in France                                                        JML       5.1
IP ASP 08-16    Information Paper on Surveillance Activities in India                                    PS       4.4
IP ASP 08-17    Flight Testing WAM in Australia                                                          DN        8
 IP ASP 08-18   Brussels invitation




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                  Annex E – List of action items

E1      Actions on the Panel Secretary

ASP08-21 Panel Secretary is to arrange for WP ASP08-22 to be presented to ASTAF.


E2      Actions on the Rapporteur



E3      Actions on the TSG

ASP08-02: TSG to investigate the transponder swap problem and develop SARPs or
guidance material to manage this problem.

ASP08-03: TSG to review the specification of SSR transponder reply rate and develop
SARPs revisions to clarify this requirement.

ASP08-04: TSG to meet 21-25 June 2010

ASP08-05: TSG to review the revisions to Doc 9871 that were approved at WGW/1 for
Doc 9871 Edition 1 to determine if they should be incorporated directly into Edition 2 or
need to be modified or deleted and report the results at the next WG meeting.

ASP08-06: TSG to review the Mode S SARPs to determine the feasibility of reducing
the Doc 9871 detail specified in the SARPs to facilitate future revisions to Doc 8771.

ASP08-9: TSG to progress the task to increase the data capacity of extended squitter and
report status at the next Working Group meeting.

ASP08-10: TSG is to reconsider the CP and report back at the next WG meeting.

 ASP08-11: TSG to review the Long P4 pulse and develop a position with a mandate
from the WG to collaborate with EUROCAE/RTCA to coordinate revisions(if any) to
the MOPS. TSG needs to be aware of the military users of this parameter. TSG to also
consider allowing military interrogators to operate using the Mode-only All-Call (UF-11)
without the use of the P5 SLS transmission

 ASP08-12 The TSG is to continue the investigation and to propose a SARPS CP to
remove possible ambiguity in the SARPS description of the phase reversal and to liaise
with RTCA/EUROCAE groups in charge of the transponder MOPS to make sure that
transponder MOPS contain the necessary requirement/test to ensure interoperability with
the two types of interrogator.

ASP08-13 TSG to review the Appendix to WP ASP08-09 and develop a CP for the
ASM.




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ASP08-15 The TSG to investigate whether the minimum transmissions capability
should be changed;
 ASP08-16 The TSG to investigate whether it will be necessary to strengthen the
GICB protocol by adding an indication of the BDS number in the reply in order
to be able to detect which register is provided.

ASP08-20: TSG is tasked to collaborate with the ACA to identify applicable technical
documents.


E4      Actions on the Airborne Collision Avoidance Cell

ASP08-17: The airborne collision avoidance cell (ACAC) is to provide a draft update at
the next ASP WGW meeting supported by information papers describing some ACAS
RA monitoring programmes.

ASP08-19: ACAC to investigate this issue and provide recommendations for appropriate
action.


E5      Actions on all ASP members

ASP08-07: All WG members to review Doc 9871 Edition 2 and forward comments to
TSG (VO or TP) priot to next TSG meeting.

ASP08-14 That all Panel Members have the material in this WP-ASP08-10 reviewed by
those in their Administrations responsible for interrogator operation. Please notify the
TSG if there is any disagreement with the potential SARPs changes under consideration.


E6      Actions on Individuals
ASP08-01: JML to review the suitability of the ASSG’s current composition for the task
of Sense and Avoid development.

 ASP08-08: Vince Orlando and Tom Pagano to prepare a summary of 1090ES capacity
enhancement as an appendix to the minutes for distribution to interested parties.

ASP08-18: JML to present the relevant information from IP ASP08-15 dedicated to
transponder issues (RAT, threat identification, ghost encounters,...) be presented to the
TSG in order to identify possible solutions to the issues.




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                                    Annex G – List of websites of interest


No.   Title                         Address                                                                    Details

1     ICAO Panels                   http://www.icao.int/anb/panels

2     ICAO ANC11 Report             http ://www.icao.int

      FAA ATCBI-6 Replacement
3                                   http ://www.asu.faa.gov
      Program

      FAA Safe Flight 21 and
4                                   http://www.faa.gov/safeflight21
      Operational Evaluations

5     EUROCONTROL                   http://www.eurocontrol.int

      EUROCONTROL Mode S
                                                                                                               Email:
6     Program including Exemption   http://www.eurocontrol.int/mode_s
                                                                                                               ecc.modes@eurocontrol.int
      Coordination Cell

8     EUROCONTROL CASCADE           http://www.eurocontrol.int/cascade/public/subsite_homepage/homepage.html

7     ASAS Thematic Network         http://www.eurocontrol.int/care/asas/index.html

      Enhanced General Aviation
9     Operations by ADS-B           http://www.egoa.se
      (EGOA)

                                                                                                               Select ginfo database from
      UK CAA details on UK
10                                  www.caa.co.uk                                                              the short cuts on the right
      registered aircraft
                                                                                                               hand side of the page

                                    www.adsb.gov
11    FAA web site on ADS-B



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    Annex H – Agreed Change Proposals to ICAO SARPs, Guidance Material, and
                                  Manuals

Annex 10 Volume IV SARPs Changes

    Change Number                                                                    Final             Originating
                                            Title of Change
 Assigned by Rapporteur                                                           Working Paper       Working Paper
                           SARPs CP to Clarify the Requirement for a 1090ES
     CPA10V4/01                                                                                     WP ASP06-06 Rev 1
                                              ON/OFF Switch
     CPA10V4/02              SARPs CP to clarify GICB Extraction with DI=3                          WP ASP06-07 Rev 1
     CPA10V4/03                   Bit 69 in the Datalink Capability Report                           ASP06-25 Rev 1
                           Proposed SARPS CP for Ground Control of On-The-
     CPA10V4/04                                                                   WP ASP07-03         WP ASP07-03
                                                Ground Status
                          Editorial Corrections to ACAS SARPs Change in State
     CPA10V4/05                                                                 WP ASP07-08 Rev 1   WP ASP07-08 Rev 1
                                                 Letter 57e
                            SARPs CP to Correct ACAS Interference Limiting
     CPA10V4/06                                                                 WP ASP07-07 Rev 2   WP ASP07-07 Rev 1
                                                Requirements




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 Doc 9871 Technical provisions for Mode S services and extended squitter Changes

Change Number                                                                                 Final             Originating
                         Title of Change
Assigned by Rapporteur                                                                        Working Paper     Working Paper
CP9871/01                Doc 9871 CP for Clarification of MSP Uplink Channel 5                                  WP ASP06-04
CP9871/02                Bit 69 in the Datalink Capability Report                                               WP ASP06-25 Rev 1




 Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Editorial Changes and the Use of SI Units

 ACAS Manual Changes

Change Number                                                                                 Final Working    Originating
                             Title of Change
Assigned by Rapporteur                                                                        Paper            Working Paper
CP9863-01                    Change Proposal to ACAS Manual Related to RA Reversal            ASP07-09         ASP07-09
                             Change Proposal to ACAS Manual Related to Vertical Speed Limit
CP9863-02                                                                                     ASP07-10         ASP07-10
                             RAs
CP9863-03                    Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Display                   ASP07-13 Rev 1   ASP07-13
CP9863-04                    Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Operational Experience    ASP07-21R1       ASP07-21
CP9863-05                    Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Operational Experience    ASP07-21R1       ASP07-21
CP9863-06                    Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Operational Experience    ASP07-21R1       ASP07-21
CP9863-07                    Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Operational Experience    ASP07-22R1       ASP07-22
CP9863-08                    Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Operational Experience    ASP07-22R1       ASP07-22
CP9863-09                    Proposed CP for ACAS Manual Related to Operational Experience    ASP07-22R1       ASP07-22




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