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ARINC 828 "Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Interface" is a document containing the description of a series of physical connectors based on MIL Spec 38999 which can be used to connect EFBs of all hardware classes with aircraft. ARINC 828 combines classical aircraft interfaces like discretes, ARINC 429 or ARINC 717 buses with PC technology like USB, DVI, LVDS and Ethernet.ARINC 828 was adopted in September 2007. A successor, called ARINC 828 Supplement 1, is supposed to appear in late 2008. It should include data formats and protocols allowing to access services like cockpit installed terminals, printers or air-ground networks.


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