The current standard, ARINC Specification 818-2, can be purchased from The ARINC Standards Store.
Analog Video to ARINC 818 (2015)
Many aircrafts still use analog video, such as RS-170, RS-343, or STANAG 3350. The cost to certify and retrofit an entire aircraft fleet may be prohibitive. A partial upgrade program where analog cameras remain in use but data is converted and processed digitally can be an attractive option. This paper describes Great River Technology’s experience in converting multiple channels of RS-170 and multiplexing them through a concentrator to put them onto a single fiber or cable. The paper will also discuss alternative architectures and how ARINC 818 can be utilized with legacy systems.
What’s New in ARINC 818 Supplement 2 (2013)
ARINC 818 is a great example of how a well-defined standard, written in a collaborative industry partnership, can foster interoperability and best practices. Updates to a specification to add new features and capability keep the standards and implementations fresh, insuring that industry needs are being met. The ARINC 818-2 standardization process brings the participants, thought leaders, and customers all together cooperatively so that the ARINC 818 ecosystem remains healthy and vibrant.
Why ARINC 818? (2012)
ARINC 818 standardizes the Avionics Digital Video Bus (ADVB). It is a protocol for low latency, high bandwidth, digital video transmission in both commercial and military applications. This white paper will discuss the history, background, and provide information on competing technologies.
ARINC 818 Avionics Digital Video Bus: The new protocol standard for high performance video systems (2007)
As ARINC 818 is adopted, graphics and system designers need to understand the protocol, implementation issues, and available development tools.
ARINC 818 Template for System Interoperability
Great River Technology
This template is intended to streamline the effort in developing an Interface Control Document (ICD) for ARINC 818 links.