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AMENDMENTS, The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal and in the. monthly Supplement to the Catalogue of ICAO Publications and Audio visual. Training Aids which holders of this publication should consult The space below. is provided to keep a record of such amendments,RECORD OF AMENDMENTS AND CORRIGENDA. AMENDMENTS CORRIGENDA,Date Date Entered Date Date Entered. No applicable entered by No of issue entered by,44 76 Incorporated in this edition. 77 Did not affect this volume,78 27 11 03 ICAO,79 Did not affect this volume.
80 24 11 05 ICAO,TABLE OF CONTENTS, Foreword vii 4 4 Aeronautical fixed telecommunication. network AFTN 4 3,4 4 1 General 4 3, Chapter 1 Definitions 1 1 4 4 2 Message format ITA 2 4 7. 4 4 3 Address 4 9,1 1 Services 1 1 4 4 4 Origin 4 10. 1 2 Stations 1 2 4 4 5 Text 4 11,1 3 Communication methods 1 3 4 4 6 Ending 4 12. 1 4 Direction finding 1 3 4 4 7 Tape feed 4 12, 1 5 Teletypewriter systems 1 3 4 4 8 Stripped address 4 13.
1 6 Agencies 1 4 4 4 9 Teletypewriter operating procedure. 1 7 Frequencies 1 4 general 4 13, 1 8 Data link communications 1 4 End of line functions 4 13. 1 9 Miscellaneous 1 4 Duration of transmissions 4 13. Channel check transmissions 4 13,4 4 10 Normal teletypewriter transmission. Chapter 2 Administrative Provisions Relating procedures 4 14. to the International Aeronautical Telecommunication Form of transmission. Service 2 1 teletypewriter operation 4 14,Message format 4 14. 2 1 Division of service 2 1 Reprocessing procedures 4 15. 2 2 Telecommunication Access 2 1 Acknowledgement of receipt of. 2 3 Hours of service 2 1 messages 4 15, 2 4 Supervision 2 1 4 4 11 Action on mutilated or improperly. 2 5 Superfluous transmissions 2 1 formatted messages detected in. 2 6 Interference 2 1 teletypewriter relay stations 4 16. 4 4 12 Correction of errors during tape,preparation 4 19.
Chapter 3 General Procedures for the International 4 4 13 Correction of errors during message. Aeronautical Telecommunication Service 3 1 origination in cases where the. message is flowing into the AFTN,3 1 General 3 1 during preparation 4 20. 3 2 Extensions of service and closing 4 4 14 Predetermined distribution system. down of stations 3 1 for AFTN messages 4 20, 3 3 Acceptance transmission and delivery 4 4 15 Message format IA 5 4 21. of messages 3 1 Heading 4 21,3 4 Time system 3 2 Address 4 21. 3 5 Record of communications 3 2 Text 4 24, 3 6 Establishment of radiocommunication 3 3 4 4 16 Action taken on mutilated messages. 3 7 Use of abbreviations and codes 3 3 in IA 5 detected in computerized. 3 8 Cancellation of messages 3 3 AFTN relay stations 4 26. 4 4 17 Transfer of AFTN messages over,code and byte independent circuits.
Chapter 4 Aeronautical Fixed Service AFS 4 1 and networks 4 26. 4 5 Common ICAO Data Interchange Network,4 1 General 4 1 CIDIN 4 26. 4 2 ATS direct speech circuits 4 2 4 6 ATS message handling services. 4 3 Meteorological operational channels and ATSMHS 4 27. meteorological operational telecommunication 4 7 Inter centre communications. networks 4 2 ICC 4 28,ANNEX 10 VOLUME II iii 1 11 01. Annex 10 Aeronautical Telecommunications Volume II. Chapter 5 Aeronautical Mobile Service Voice Imposition of silence 5 20. Communications 5 1 Action by all other stations 5 20. Termination of distress, 5 1 General 5 1 communications and of silence 5 20. Categories of messages 5 1 5 3 3 Radiotelephony urgency. Cancellation of messages 5 2 communications 5 21, 5 2 Radiotelephony procedures 5 2 Action by the aircraft reporting. 5 2 1 General 5 3 an urgency condition except as,Language to be used 5 3 indicated in 5 3 3 4 5 21.
Word spelling in radiotelephony 5 3 Action by the station addressed or. Transmission of numbers in first station acknowledging the. radiotelephony 5 3 urgency message 5 21, Transmitting technique 5 5 Action by all other stations 5 21. Composition of messages 5 7 Action by an aircraft used for. Calling 5 8 medical transports 5 21, Test procedures 5 11 Action by the station addressed or. Exchange of communications 5 11 by other stations receiving a. 5 2 2 Establishment and assurance of medical transports message 5 21. communications 5 13 5 4 Communications related to acts of. Communications watch unlawful interference 5 22,Hours of service 5 13. Principles of network operation, HF communications 5 13 Chapter 6 Aeronautical Radio Navigation Service 6 1. Frequencies to be used 5 14, Establishment of communications 5 14 6 1 General 6 1.
Transfer of HF communications 5 14 6 2 Direction finding 6 1. Transfer of VHF communications 5 15,Communications failure 5 15. 5 2 3 HF message handling 5 16 Chapter 7 Aeronautical Broadcasting Service 7 1. General 5 16,Transmission of ATS messages 7 1 General 7 1. to aircraft 5 17 7 1 1 Broadcast material 7 1, Recording of air ground 7 1 2 Frequencies and schedules 7 1. communications on teletypewriter 5 17 7 1 3 Interruption of service 7 1. 5 2 4 SELCAL procedures 5 17 7 2 Radiotelephone broadcast procedures 7 1. General 5 17 7 2 1 Broadcast technique 7 1, Notification to aeronautical 7 2 2 Preamble of the general call 7 1. stations of aircraft SELCAL,codes 5 18, Pre flight check 5 18 Chapter 8 Aeronautical Mobile Service Data Link.
Establishment of communications 5 18 Communications 8 1. En route procedures 5 18,SELCAL code assignment 8 1 General 8 1. to aircraft 5 18 8 1 1 Composition of data link messages 8 1. 5 3 Distress and urgency radiotelephony 8 1 2 Display of data link messages 8 1. communication procedures 5 19 8 2 CPDLC procedures 8 1. 5 3 1 General 5 19 Establishment of CPDLC 8 2, 5 3 2 Radiotelephony distress Exchange of operational CPDLC messages 8 2. communications 5 19 Display of CPDLC messages 8 5, Action by the aircraft in distress 5 19 Free text messages 8 5. Action by the station addressed Emergencies hazards and equipment. or first station acknowledging failure procedures 8 5. the distress message 5 20 Downstream clearance delivery service 8 6. 24 11 05 iv, Table of Contents Annex 10 Aeronautical Telecommunications. Attachment A to Volume II List of specialized 3 For use in aeronautical mobile service. COM terms and their definitions related to planning ATT A 2. aeronautical telecommunications planning ATT A 1, 1 For general use ATT A 1 Attachment B to Volume II Guidance material.
2 For use in aeronautical fixed service for the transmission of long messages. planning ATT A 1 on the AFTN ATT B 1, Historical background which the Annex and the amendments were adopted by. Council when they became effective and when they became. Standards and Recommended Practices for Aeronautical Tele applicable. communications were first adopted by the Council on 30 May. 1949 pursuant to the provisions of Article 37 of the Conven. tion on International Civil Aviation Chicago 1944 and desig Action by Contracting States. nated as Annex 10 to the Convention They became effective. on 1 March 1950 The Standards and Recommended Practices Notification of differences The attention of Contracting States. were based on recommendations of the Communications is drawn to the obligation imposed by Article 38 of the. Division at its Third Session in January 1949 Convention by which Contracting States are required to notify. the Organization of any differences between their national. Up to and including the Seventh Edition Annex 10 was regulations and practices and the International Standards con. published in one volume containing four Parts together with tained in this Annex and any amendments thereto Contracting. associated attachments Part I Equipment and Systems States are invited to extend such notification to any differences. Part II Radio Frequencies Part III Procedures and from the Recommended Practices contained in this Annex and. Part IV Codes and Abbreviations any amendments thereto when the notification of such differ. ences is important for the safety of air navigation Further. Contracting States are invited to keep the Organization. By Amendment 42 Part IV was deleted from the Annex currently informed of any differences which may subsequently. the codes and abbreviations contained in that Part were trans occur or of the withdrawal of any differences previously. ferred to a new document Doc 8400 notified A specific request for notification of differences will. be sent to Contracting States immediately after the adoption of. As a result of the adoption of Amendment 44 on 31 May each amendment to this Annex. 1965 the Seventh Edition of Annex 10 was replaced by two. volumes Volume I First Edition containing Part I Equip The attention of States is also drawn to the provisions of. ment and Systems and Part II Radio Frequencies and Annex 15 related to the publication of differences between. Volume II First Edition containing Communication their national regulations and practices and the related ICAO. Procedures Standards and Recommended Practices through the Aeronaut. ical Information Service in addition to the obligation of States. under Article 38 of the Convention, As a result of the adoption of Amendment 70 on 20 March. 1995 Annex 10 was restructured to include five volumes. Promulgation of information The establishment and with. Volume I Radio Navigation Aids Volume II Communi, drawal of and changes to facilities services and procedures. cation Procedures Volume III Communication Systems. affecting aircraft operations provided in accordance with the. Volume IV Surveillance Radar and Collision Avoidance. Standards Recommended Practices and Procedures specified. Systems and Volume V Aeronautical Radio Frequency, in Annex 10 should be notified and take effect in accordance. Spectrum Utilization By Amendment 70 Volumes III and IV. with the provisions of Annex 15, were published in 1995 and Volume V was planned for publi.
cation with Amendment 71, Use of the text of the Annex in national regulations The. Council on 13 April 1948 adopted a resolution inviting the. Volume II contains material that has the status of Pro attention of Contracting States to the desirability of using in. cedures for Air Navigation Services PANS This latter their own national regulations as far as practicable the precise. material was included prior to the publication of the First language of those ICAO Standards that are of a regulatory. Edition of Volume II in PANS Radiotelephony Procedures character and also of indicating departures from the Standards. Doc 7181 which document is now superseded including any additional national regulations that were im. portant for the safety or regularity of air navigation Wherever. Table A shows the origin of amendments to Annex 10 possible the provisions of this Annex have been deliberately. subsequent to Amendment 43 together with a list of the prin written in such a way as would facilitate incorporation. cipal subjects involved where appropriate and the dates on without major textual changes into national legislation. ANNEX 10 VOLUME II vii 1 11 01, Annex 10 Aeronautical Telecommunications Volume II. The Procedures for Air Navigation Services PANS con 2 Material approved by the Council for publication in. tained in Volume II of Annex 10 do not carry the status afforded association with the Standards and Recommended Practices. to Standards adopted by the Council as Annexes to the Conven. tion and therefore do not come within the obligation imposed a Forewords comprising historical and explanatory. by Article 38 of the Convention to notify differences in the material based on the action of the Council and. event of non implementation However attention of States is including an explanation of the obligations of States. drawn to the provisions of Annex 15 related to the publication with regard to the application of the Standards and. in their Aeronautical Information Publications of lists of Recommended Practices ensuing from the Convention. significant differences between their procedures and the related and the Resolution of Adoption. ICAO Procedures, b Introductions comprising explanatory material intro. duced at the beginning of parts chapters or sections. Status of Annex components of the Annex to assist in the understanding of the. application of the text, An Annex is made up of the following component parts not. all of which however are necessarily found in every Annex c Notes included in the text where appropriate to give. they have the status indicated factual information or references bearing on the Stan. dards or Recommended Practices in question but not. 1 Material comprising the Annex proper constituting part of the Standards or Recommended. a Standards and Recommended Practices adopted by, the Council under the provisions of the Convention d Attachments comprising material supplementary to.
They are defined as follows the Standards and Recommended Practices or. included as a guide to their application,Standard Any specification for physical character. istics configuration mat riel performance personnel. or procedure the uniform application of which is recog. nized as necessary for the safety or regularity of inter Disclaimer regarding patents. national air navigation and to which Contracting States. will conform in accordance with the Convention in the Attention is drawn to the possibility that certain elements of. event of impossibility of compliance notification to the Standards and Recommended Practices in this Annex may be. Annex 10 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation International Civil Aviation Organization International Standards and Recommended Practices and Procedures for Air Navigation Services Sixth Edition October 2001 Volume II Communication Procedures including those with PANS status This edition incorporates all amendments adopted by the Council prior to 13 March 2001 and supersedes on 1

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