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STUDENT GUIDE eXPhone System Line Maintenance Training ATA104/JAR66 LEVEL III Course Introduction EFFECTIVITY Garuda AGA77301 B777-300

STUDENT GUIDE

eXPhone System

Line Maintenance Training ATA104/JAR66 LEVEL III

Course Introduction

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TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 ABOUT THIS MANUAL 3 Purpose 3 COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

2

ABOUT THIS MANUAL

3

Purpose

3

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES

4

COURSE

DESCRIPTION

5

Primary Objective

5

Course

5

SAFETY AND HAZARD AWARENESS

6

Warnings, Cautions, and Notes (Human Factors)

6

Electrical

6

Multiple Power Sources

6

Electro-Static Discharge (ESD)

6

ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

7

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ABOUT THIS MANUAL Purpose This training manual is for training use only and does not replace

ABOUT THIS MANUAL

Purpose

This training manual is for training use only and does not

replace approved procedures of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual Supplement (AMMS). This training manual is only an aid to the student when participating in the Panasonic Avionics Corporation Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) training program.

The training manual meets the ATA 104, ISPEC 2200, and JAR 66 development standards for the Line Maintenance Technician. The training content intends to fulfill the knowledge requirements for level B2 maintenance personnel, supporting theoretical and practical proficiency of the eXPhone system portion of the Cabin and Interior Furnishings certification standard.

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COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES STUDENT GUIDE Upon successful completion of this module of instruction, the learner will:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES

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Upon successful completion of this module of instruction, the learner will:

Describe system and component functional checks as specified in the maintenance manual supplement.

Identify maintenance practices important to the eXPhone system.

Interpret reported and observed abnormal system behaviors and BITE reports.

Define the general layout and characteristics of the eXPhone system.

Strategize repair based on fault diagnosis to minimize impact on the eXPhone system.

Recall the safety precautions observed when working on or near the eXPhone system.

Demonstrate knowledge of the main ramp and transit activities pertaining to the eXPhone system and power supplies.

Describe the eXPhone system handling with respect

to access, power availability, and sources. Identify and use appropriate documentation

associated with the eXPhone system. Identify the locations of the principal components.

Explain the normal functioning of each major system including terminology and nomenclature.

Locate the procedures authorized for ramp and transit servicing of the eXPhone system.

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COURSE DESCRIPTION Primary Objective Using detailed reference cont ent and practical application (when possible), this course

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Primary Objective

Using detailed reference content and practical application (when possible), this course provides guidance in the operation and maintenance of the eXPhone system to maintain a high level of readiness.

Course Outline

  • 1. Course Introduction

This section provides the course learning objectives, course outline, safety information and an acronym list for use throughout the manual.

  • 2. General Description

This section provides characteristics of the eXPhone system with an emphasis on system features and capabilities. Support personnel receive a general familiarization with the eXPhone system basic architecture and overview of system characteristics.

  • 3. LRU General, Physical and Interface Description

This section describes major equipment racks, expands on details of the eXPhone system, and provides details of the individual LRUs.

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  • 4. System Interface Description

This section describes the overall system ‘signal flow’ for each eXPhone service in terms of power distribution, signal types, protocols, discrete signals, and networking between the eXPhone LRUs and aircraft interfaces.

  • 5. Maintenance Description

This section emphasizes routine operation normally conducted during flight and on the ground, operations relevant to sustaining, testing, and repairing the eXPhone system, and how to conduct and interpret BITE reports.

  • 6. System Troubleshooting

This section provides tips for troubleshooting the system. Topics include identifying symptoms of abnormal behavior; elaborating fault symptoms; recognizing and isolating faults to an eXPhone function; and troubleshooting the faulty function to a Line Replaceable

Unit (LRU).

  • 7. System Operations

This section emphasizes routine operation normally conducted during flight by cabin crew personnel.

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SAFETY AND HAZARD AWARENESS NOTICE Warnings, Cautions, and Notes (Human Factors)  Warnings – precede content

SAFETY AND HAZARD AWARENESS NOTICE

Warnings, Cautions, and Notes (Human Factors)

Warnings – precede content having the potential to harm, injure, or kill if not obeyed. Warnings consist of three distinctive parts; the action required for avoiding the hazard, details of the hazard, and consequences of ignoring the warning.

Cautions – precede content having the potential to

damage equipment if not obeyed. Cautions consist of three distinct parts; action required to avoid the damage, reason for the caution, and the consequences of ignoring the caution. Notes – provide additional information that aid the use or understanding of the equipment or subject.

Electrical Shock

The eXPhone system contains voltages hazardous to life. Maintenance personnel must obey all safety precautions when servicing the eXPhone system. Do not place beverages and/or liquids near the eXPhone system when servicing the eXPhone system. Energized connectors remain exposed with Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) removed.

Multiple Power Sources

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The eXPhone system uses multiple power sources from the aircraft power busses. Do not remove or install any

eXPhone system LRU with power applied. Isolate the LRU using remote or local circuit breakers, zone power control, or switches. Reference the Aircraft Maintenance Manual Supplement (AMMS) for power-isolation procedures.

Electro-Static Discharge (ESD)

The eXPhone system contains components susceptible to damage from static discharge. Use ESD grounding wristbands to equalize electrostatic potential between maintenance personnel and the eXPhone equipment when removing or installing an LRU. If an approved ESD wristband is not available, equalize the electrostatic potential by touching the rack prior to removing an LRU. Failure to follow ESD precautions reduces the mean time between-failure (MTBF) for the eXPhone components.

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ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS AI Aircraft Interface ATA Air Transport Association BC Broadband Controller BIT Built-In Tests

ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

AI

Aircraft Interface

ATA

Air Transport Association

BC

Broadband Controller

BIT

Built-In Tests

BITE

Built-In Test Equipment

BTSRFU

Base Transceiver Station Radio Frequency Unit

CM

Cell Modem

CP

Crew Panel

CRFMU

Cellular Radio Frequency Management Unit

FAR

Federal Aviation Regulation

FS

File Server

GCS

Global Communications Suite

GUI

Graphical User Interface

IFE

In-Flight Entertainment

IFES

In-Flight Entertainment System

IP

Internet Protocol

JAR

Joint Aviation Requirements

LAN

Local Area Network

LCD

Liquid Crystal Display

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NOC

PDA

PED

PS

QoS

RJM

SC-A

SEB

SM

SPM

TWLU

VAC

VDC

VPN

VOIP

WAP

WLAN

WiFi

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Line Replaceable Unit Network Operations Center Personal Digital Assistants Passenger Electronic Device Power Supply Quality of Service Remote Jack Module System Controller-Audio card Seat Electronics Box Smart Monitor Seat Power Module Terminal Wireless LAN Unit Volts Alternating Current Volts Direct Current Virtual Private Network Voice over Internet Protocol Wireless Access Point Wireless Local Area Network Wireless Fidelity

 

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STUDENT GUIDE ©PANASONIC AVIONICS CORPORATION, TRAINING DEPARTMENT 2013 Will Not Be Changed Or Revised EFFECTIVITY Garuda

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STUDENT GUIDE ©PANASONIC AVIONICS CORPORATION, TRAINING DEPARTMENT 2013 Will Not Be Changed Or Revised EFFECTIVITY Garuda

©PANASONIC AVIONICS CORPORATION, TRAINING DEPARTMENT 2013 Will Not Be Changed Or Revised

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