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  • AFGATE
    Management Systems AMS RADAR Display Systems Flight Information Display Systems FIDS Email ATIS METSYS FDMS Modern Technology AFGATE consists of Copperchase proprietary software running on a standard PC The Copperchase hardware and software platforms are well proven through extensive use worldwide An ongoing development programme ensures that the software keeps pace with technological advances Having the same message processing functionality as AFTERM it can also handle up to 8 serial connections with additional hardware upgrades and is supplied configured for each application User Friendly The Man Machine Interface MMI for AFGATE is driven by user friendly menu systems based on Microsoft Windows it will be reassuringly familiar to the majority of users and intuitively simple to learn for those new to computers Standard Features User friendly Windows based Routing via address or message type Selective auto routing of specific message types to designated terminals printer System button bar for ease of access to AFGATE functions Flight plan form fill based on ICAO Doc 4444 includes auto generation of standard data AFTN message preparation edit print archive and retrieval AFTN format verification Automatic journalling Routing set up for AFTN connection and two additional AFTN stations Routing This module supports local routing

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  • AFTERM
    standard AFGATE Port applications re packages them as emails and transmits them to one or more configured Mail Server Account s AFMailer also reads emails from configured Mail Server Account s extracts the AFTN messages they contain and then submits these to the AFTN by using the standard AFGATE applications AFMailer uses access control lists ACLs to control delivery configuration and security The ACL for received AFTN messages consists of the access credentials for each mail server to which the AFTN messages can be forwarded together with a list of permitted AFTN addresses for each mail server Each permitted AFTN address may have one or more email addresses associated with it These are the possible email destinations for an incoming AFTN message The ACL for received emails consists of the access credentials for each mail server from which emails can be received together with a list of permitted email addresses for each mail server Each permitted email address may have one or more AFTN addresses associated with it These are the possible AFTN destinations for an incoming email The access credentials for an email server consist of the mail server name port number user name and password etc AFMailer provides

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  • AFSWITCH
    application System Descriptions AFSWITCH is designed for non stop 24 hour operation Its core consists of two mirrored file servers plus a pair of powerful serial communications processors These are linked by a resilient high speed Ethernet LAN The serial ports are connected via A B switching units to the relevant line interfaces The mirrored file servers use replication software with a high speed connection between the units The replication software uses this high speed link to ensure that the disk content of the two systems is identical In the event of failure the secondary unit takes over without loss of data or disruption to any connected network user The serial interface modules run with one set on line while the other monitors the on line system ready to take over instantly if needed The CPU changeover unit assists in coordinating the two CPUs allowing for manual changeover When changeover occurs messages being transmitted or received will be interrupted by the hardware changeover AFTN message sequence numbering allows AFTN systems to request a re send of interrupted messages this is done automatically by AFSWITCH Software Features AFSWITCH software comprises a collection of tasks running on a multi tasking operating system It uses industry standard components and data formats where possible e g journal archive uses dBase format to allow access via standard spreadsheets and databases Resilient data storage is provided by the mirrored fileservers Line interface provides outgoing message format AFTN generation It supports ITA2 Baudot and ITA5 ASCII character sets All circuit parameters can be modified by the supervisor without stopping the system Journal and archive stores received and transmitted message text and message journals in an integrated database to allow easy searching and retrieval There are facilities to transfer the archive database to CD for storage or additional

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  • AFTERM
    same time you can prevent these peripherals from receiving unnecessary flight plan information Use of AFGATE can also provide cost saving benefits It acts as a collection point for all messages thus reducing leased line connections to a single location without compromise to service Modern Technology AFTERM consists of Copperchase proprietary software running on a standard PC The Copperchase hardware and software platforms are well proven through extensive use within the AFTN network An ongoing development programme ensures that the software keeps pace with technological advances Flexibility AFTERM allows for both ITA2 Baudot and ITA5 ASCII character formats to be used It can also be provided in a variety of configurations to suit individual usage such as integration to other systems and networks Line speeds ranging from 50 to 9 600 bits per second bps are defined in configuration tables during installation AFTERM can equally be supplied configured to allow interconnection to a dedicated Telex line AFTERM can be supplied either as a complete fully configured terminal or as software only for installation on the customer s existing preferred hardware The Man Machine Interface MMI for AFTERM is driven by user friendly menu systems based on Microsoft Windows it will be reassuringly familiar to the majority of users and intuitively simple to learn for those new to computers AFTERM software includes an AFTN Message Editor consisting of intelligent form fills These forms are based on standard flight plans FPLs and other message formats as defined in ICAO Doc 4444 customised forms can also be developed on request Operators accustomed to completing FPLs will find the forms easily recognisable The Message Editor provides basic word processing facilities together with an understanding of different AFTN message formats Message format is restricted to lines of 69 characters with automatic word wrap The Message

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  • AHMS Connect
    single AMHS user account or small group of AMHS user accounts It sends and receives on behalf of all kinds of AMHS and AFTN users It doesn t generate X 400 Delivery Reports It generates X 400 Delivery Reports AMHSConnect is ideally suited for AFTN application developers that want to connect their AFTN software to an AMHS network for example MET systems FDP Flight Data Processing systems etc It allows them to connect via AFTN to AMHS without having to adapt their program to use X 400 or to convert the AFTN messages through a third party AFTN AMHS Gateway Key Features Full ICAO Doc 9880 compliance A Monitoring and Management console to configure and monitor the operation of both ends of the connection Flexible AFTN AMHS address conversion using either an ICAO compliant X 500 ATN Directory or the EUROCONTROL AMC Tables with conversion information Supports both XF and CAAS addressing schemes Supports the Extended ATS Message Handling Service Support of the generation and reception of messages in both Basic Encoding and Extended Encoding IHE Support the use of Directory DIR Support for the SEC functional group SEC Support for Red Hat Clustering Integration with AFTN The integration with AMHSConnect with AFTN can be achieved through the use of the standard Internet Protocol IP sockets by using a shared file system and then reading and writing messages in configurable directories AMHSConnect can hold several simultaneous connections with applications that want to connect to the AMHS Switch X 400 P3 and X 400 P7 Connectivity AMHSConnect supports both X 400 P3 and X 400 P7 X 400 protocols are usually operated over TCP IP using either ITOT ISO Transport over TCP or ITOTS ITOT over SSL to provide a secure access to the Message Store Both IPv4 and IPv6 are

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  • AHMS MTCU
    through the use of the standard Internet Protocol IP sockets by using a shared file system and then reading and writing messages in configurable directories Key Features Full ICAO Doc 9880 compliance A Monitoring and Management console to configure and monitor the operation of the MTCU component Tight integration with M Switch s MConsole for logging and message auditing Flexible AFTN AMHS address conversion using either an ICAO compliant X 500 ATN Directory or the EUROCONTROL AMC Tables with conversion information Supports both XF and CAAS addressing schemes Supports the Extended ATS Message Handling Service Support of the generation and reception of messages in both Basic Encoding and Extended Encoding IHE Support the use of Directory DIR Support for the SEC functional group SEC X 400 P1 Connectivity Isode M Switch X 400 is usually operated over TCP IP using ITOT ISO Transport over TCP Both IPv4 and IPv6 are supported It is also possible to connect M Switch X 400 and therefore the AMHS AFTN Gateway to an ATN Router for full OSI stack support including TP0 and TP4 Availability The AMHS Gate runs on Windows all versions from 2008 Server Vista 7 8 and 8 1 Linux Redhat

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  • AHMS Term
    Supports multiple accounts of any type at the same time so it s ideal for environments where computers are shared by several users Sorting of messages in a folder Subject Sender Recipient and size Drag and drop of messages to folders Multi language interface English and Spanish by default more can be added Filtering of messages based on search criteria Support for sending X 400 Probes Support for SSL over X 400 P7 ITOTS to connect directly to for example Business Mail X 400 Mailbox Automatically updates the Filing Time on content changes Support for saving and editing draft messages which can be used as templates for new messages Built in Log Viewer where all the activity of the program can be reviewed Configurable date formats Detailed message properties analyzer for X 400 messages Aviation Specific Features Creation of ICAO 4444 messages using familiar forms for FPL SPL ARR DEP CNL DLA RQM RQS RQP CHG CPL EST CND ACP ALR RCF SPL The forms are compatible with the new FPL2012 format Flexible AFTN AMHS address conversion using either an ICAO compliant X 500 ATN Directory or the AMC Tables with conversion information Supports both ICAO XF and CAAS addressing schemes Support of the generation and reception of messages in both Basic Encoding and Extended Encoding Supports all the Extended ATS Message Handling Service functional groups Basic IHE DIR FTBP SEC FTBP Supports the use of File Transfer Bodyparts to handle message attachments This can be used for example to send and receive METAR SPECI and TAF messages using the BUFR format IHE Support of the generation and reception of messages in with IPM Heading Extensions DIR Supports the use of Directory to access the X 500 ATN Directory to search for users and determine their capabilities for example if

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  • ATIS and D-ATIS
    controller pilot radio chatter on initial contact The textual version of this ATIS broadcast may also be distributed on the AFTN network The ATIS broadcast message is made up of weather information runway serviceability and any other information considered necessary to maintain a safe ATC environment at an airport The content of the message is updated every half hour and new messages are typically made available at 20 minutes past and 50 minutes past the hour these intervals are configurable ATIS Main Display User Interface Window ATIS Weather Editor Window Features Designed using state of the art process control equipment Design inspired by safety first approach including redundant elements which can include power supplies and communications paths Modular construction makes the system suitable for any airfield of any complexity or particular needs Adaptable to changes in an airfield s physical layout without costly re engineering Touch screen technology for maximum flexibility of operation and ease of change in response to changes in airfield layout Maintenance Display The Maintenance Display provides an at a glance view of the monitored equipment The screen is split into two sections The top half of the screen to the left of the yellow Equipment Status bar provides an alarm overview with buttons to enable further pages to be selected or to give a more in depth look at the systems The bottom half of the screen to the right of the Equipment Status bar is purely a status area giving information on equipment airfield and emergency status ATC Status Display Status displays can be connected wherever they are needed They are connected either by a Modbus Plus multi drop cable network or by a direct line using Modbus RS232 connectivity Airfield and Emergency Status One user panel can be designated as an Airfield Emergency Status

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