ACARS - A Users Guide
Lulu.com, Jul 7, 2010 - 142 pages
Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) is a digital datalink system for transmission of short,and relatively simple messages between aircraft and ground stations using the airband VHF radio link. The message protocol was designed by Aeronautical Radio Incorporated (ARINC) to replace their VHF voice service and deployed in 1978 using telex type format. SITA, a multinational information technology company, later augmented their worldwide data network by adding ground radio stations to provide ACARS service.
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Receiving ACARS Radio Signals
ACARS Message Format
Decoding the ACARS Messages 5 More on Decoding
Appendix A ACARS Frequencies
Appendix B ACARS Mode Codes
ACARS Message Types
Abbreviations used in ACARS Messages Appendix E IATA ICAO Airport Codes Appendix F ICAO IATA Airport Codes Appendix G ICAO IATA ...
ACARS ACARS messages ACARS mode Aero Aerospatiale Afghanistan Airlines Air Airport & Country Airways Algeria Amer Rockwell Angola Argentina ARINC Australia Aviation Bahamas Beech Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Bolivia Botsuana Brazil Burkina Faso Cameroon Canada Canada Ft Cargo Cessna Cessna Cessna Chad Chile China Colombia Congo Costa Rica Cuba Dassault Decoder Ecuador Egypt Embraer Ethiopia Eurocopter Finland France Gabon Germany Greece Greenland Grumman Guinea Gulfstream Havilland IATA ICAO Iceland India Indonesia Intl Iran Island Airport Italy Ivory Coast Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Lake Lockheed Madagascar Malaysia Mali Mauritania Message label Message Type Mexico Mozambique Municipal Airport Myanmar Namibia National Airport Nepal Nigeria Norway Pakistan Peru Philippines Piper Piper Piper Portugal Puerto Regional Airport Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Sikorsky Sikorsky Sikorsky South Africa South Korea Spain Sudan Super Sweden Tanzania Thailand Turbo Turkey Type/Model Ukraine United Kingdom Venezuela Vietnam Waco Yemen Z26 Zlin Zambia Zealand