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 ===== IRIG 106 Validation Requirements ===== ===== IRIG 106 Validation Requirements =====
  
-The IRIG 106 [[ch10_handbook:​start|Programming Handbook ]] presents a general overview of IRIG 106 [[ch10_handbook:​conformance_to_irig_106|conformance requirements]]. ​ For the purposes of validation more detailed requirement are necessary. ​ The logical and physical interfaces identified in the Programming Handbook are each assigned a numerical requirements section. ​ For example, the "Media File Interface"​ is assigned requirements Section ​100.  The table below, adapted from the Programming Handbook, is a summary of physical and logical interfaces along with the assigned requirements section of each.+The IRIG 106 [[ch10_handbook:​start|Programming Handbook ]] presents a general overview of IRIG 106 [[ch10_handbook:​conformance_to_irig_106|conformance requirements]]. ​ For the purposes of validation more detailed requirement are necessary. ​ The logical and physical interfaces identified in the Programming Handbook are each assigned a numerical requirements section. ​ For example, the "Media File Interface"​ is assigned requirements Section ​10.  The table below, adapted from the Programming Handbook, is a summary of physical and logical interfaces along with the assigned requirements section of each.
  
 ^  LOGICAL INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS ​ ^^^ ^  LOGICAL INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS ​ ^^^
 ^  Requirements Section ​ ^  Ch 10 Section ​ ^  Logical Interfaces ​ ^ ^  Requirements Section ​ ^  Ch 10 Section ​ ^  Logical Interfaces ​ ^
-| [[irig_106_validation:​100]] | 10.5 | Media File Interface | +| [[irig_106_validation:​1]] | 10.5 | Media File Interface | 
-| [[irig_106_validation:​200]] | 10.6 | Packetization & Data Format |+| [[irig_106_validation:​2]] | 10.6 | Packetization & Data Format ​
 +| [[irig_106_validation:​3]] | 9, 10.6.7.2 | TMATS |
  
 ^  PHYSICAL INTERFACES ​ ^^^ ^  PHYSICAL INTERFACES ​ ^^^
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 | TBD | 10.3            | External Power Port | | TBD | 10.3            | External Power Port |
  
-Individual detailed ​requirements ​will be number sequentially and will prepend the requirements ​section.  For example, ​the first requirement ​of the "Media File Interface" will be 100-1.+Top level requirements ​may have subsections of requirements. ​ For example, requirement ​Section [[irig_106_validation:​2]] ​"Packetization & Data Format" will be composed of a general packet requirements subsection as well as subsections for each packet type ​Requirement subsections are defined and numbered by appending a dot "​."​ to the parent section followed by a sequential subsection number.  ​
  
 +Individual detailed requirements organized under the appropriate section and subsection. ​ An individual requirement is identified by a section/​subsection number, followed by a dash "​-",​ followed by a sequential requirement number. For example, the first requirement of the "​Packetization & Data Format"​ section, "​General Packet Requirements"​ subsection may be 2.1-1.
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