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Publication CODE Title
IEC 61162-450:2011+AMD1:2016 CSV (2016-03) MARITIME NAVIGATION AND RADIOCOMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS -DIGITAL INTERFACES - PART 450: MULTIPLE TALKERS AND MULTIPLE LISTENERS - ETHERNET INTERCONNECTION
 
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Description
IEC 61162-450:2011+A1:2016(E) specifies interface requirements and methods of test for high speed communication between shipboard navigation and radiocommunication equipment as well as between such systems and other ship systems that need to communicate with navigation and radio-communication equipment. Is based on the application of an appropriate suite of existing international standards to provide a framework for implementing data transfer between devices on a shipboard Ethernet network. Provides a higher speed and higher capacity alternative to the IEC 61162-1 and IEC 61162-2 standards while retaining these standards' basic data format. Provides a higher data capacity than IEC 61162-3. Specifies an Ethernet based bus type network where any listener may receive messages from any sender. This consolidated version consists of the first edition (2011) and its amendment 1 (2016). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.
Class  C990  (IEC PUBLICATIONS IEC PUBLICATIONS)
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Status
Status IEC PUBLICATION
Situation Withdrawn
Replaced by  IEC 61162-450:2018
Origin
Committee TC 80
MARITIME NAVIGATION AND RADIOCOMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS
Responsible Monsieur DE LEEUW Thierry, Technical Officer
Diamant Building Bd Auguste Reyers, 80
1030  BRUXELLES
Phone: +32 2 706 85 72
E-mail: thierry.deleeuw@ceb-bec.be
Approval
BEC Approval 2016-03-31
ICS-Code (International Standards Classification) 47.020.70
NBN Status New
IEC publication date 2016-03-31
IEC stability date 2018-12-31
IEC file modification date 2016-03-30
IEC last modification date 2018-05-04