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Signal Group University. ATC Controller Hardware Overview. A lesson to attain a basic understanding of the modular design approach used for the ATC Traffic Controller and to understand the various configuration options. ATC-1000 (pictured as a standard NEMA TS2 type 2 configuration).

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atc controller hardware overview

Signal Group University

ATC Controller Hardware Overview

A lesson to attain a basic understanding of the modular design approach used for the ATC Traffic Controller and to understand the various configuration options.

SGU- ATC Overview

slide2

ATC-1000

(pictured as a standard NEMA TS2 type 2 configuration)

SGU- ATC Overview

slide3

Modular design allows multiple configurations while using a single core controller

Main Controller

Common to All ATC 1000 Configurations

COMMS

D

Module

I/O Module

SGU- ATC Overview

slide4

Optional*

D Modules

(pick one-only used with TS2-2).

Not part of NEMA.

Optional

Comms

Module

(pick one)

Input/

Output Module

(pick one)

ATC Controller

(ATC1000 or ATC2000)

FSK

(ATC1000 only)

FSK

(ATC1000 only)

Main Controller Assembly

Engine Board

Display

Keyboard

Power Supply

USB (1)

Serial Ports (4)

Ethernet Ports (2)

Data Key (optional)

HMC1000

(proprietary)

LMD9200

(proprietary)

Fiber

(ATC1000 only)

Fiber

(ATC1000 only)

820A

(proprietary)

LMD40

(proprietary)

Traconex

(proprietary)

TS2-1

NEMA-

Small A

connector

ATC2000 Version

adds

Ethernets (2 more)

Support for 2070-7

modems

3000E

Coord/Preempt

(proprietary)

TS2-2

NEMA-

A,B,C

connectors

2070-7

Modem

(ATC2000 only)

2070-7

Modem

(ATC2000 only)

Others

(all proprietary)

*Note- D Connectors are not specified by NEMA, only the A,B,C connectors are defined. All D Modules are proprietary.

SGU- ATC Overview

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ATC-1000 vs. ATC-2000

ATC-2000 represents full compliance to the ITS ATC 5.2b standard.

We realized that certain items in the standard do not benefit many customers, only adding cost, so we removed them to make the non-compliant ATC-1000.

ATC-1000 uses standard 3000E style FSK and Fiber modems. The ATC-2000 allows for a 2070 style modem. Requires 2 more PCB’s and adds $$$ to controller.

ATC-1000 has

2 Ethernet Ports, the ATC-2000 has 4 per the ATC standard.

Though largely thought of as out-dated technology, the ATC standard calls for a Data Key. This is an option on both the ATC-1000 and ATC-2000. Default “none”.

SGU- ATC Overview

key points
Key Points
  • ATC 1000 and 2000 controllers are the same except for the main board has some parts included on the ATC 2000 that are omitted on the ATC 1000.
  • The ATC 2000 is meant to adhere to the letter of the ATC standard. The ATC 1000 is meant to be a cost-compromise that will meet the needs of most users.
  • Both use the exact same engine board and firmware.

SGU- ATC Overview

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