Airport Surveillance Radar Model 11 (ASR-11) FAA Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP)
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL CENTER ATLANTIC CITY NJ
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The Airport Surveillance Radar, Model 11 ASR-11 is a joint Federal Aviation Administration FAADepartment of Defense DoD procurement program with the United States Air Force USAF assuming overall lead responsibility. The DoD has designated their program as the Digital Airport Surveillance Radar DASR. A joint FAADoD Test and Evaluation TE program will be conducted in order to support a joint production decision. A Memorandum of Agreement MOA between the two agencies defines overall roles and responsibilities for each agency in accomplishing this effort. This ASR-11 Test and Evaluation Master Plan TEMP provides an overview of the joint FAADoD test program. It outlines the approach and philosophy to be implemented by the FAA to ensure that all FAA test requirements are met. It assigns responsibilities for each TE phase, defines requirements for test readiness and acceptance, and identifies how each critical issue and major systems requirement will be tested. The FAA test program outlined in this TEMP will be accomplished in accordance with the Acquisition Management System AMS TE Process Guidelines.
- Terminal Flight Facilities
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment