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MIL-E-16400

Revision H, July 13, 1987

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ELECTRONIC, INTERIOR COMMUNICATION AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT, NAVAL SHIP AND SHORE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR



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MIL-E-16400 is a compendium of general requirements for Naval electronics equipments. It is intended to assist the acquisition manager in the preparation of equipment specifications. MIL-E-16400 does not set forth requirements for "end-use" equipments; rather, it establishes general characteristics which should be selected for inclusion in an equipment specification. Many of these characteristics are imposed by reference to some other standardization document (that is, MIL-C-24643, MIL-STD-454 or FED-STD-595). The acquisition manager should research each cited document and determine the extent to which its requirements should be involved in the equipment specification. MIL-E-16400 provides guidance in two ways: One, it provides criteria for selecting and modifying requirements from the referenced standardization documents; two, it specifies - where needed - those equipment characteristics which are necessary for sound Naval operations. MIL-E-16400 covers general requirements applicable to the following types of equipment that are designed to meet operational conditions anticipated in Naval ship and shore installations:

(a) Communications and data

(b) Countermeasures

(c) Fire control

(d) Interior-communications

(e) Navigation

(f) Radar and identification, friend or foe

(g) Sonar

(h) Units of other equipment that utilize electronic technology