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Suggested Citation:"Abbreviations." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Transformation in Wireless Connectivity: Guide to Prepare Airports. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/27064.
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165   Abbreviations 3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project ACI Airport Council International ACM Airport capacity model AeroMACS Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System AES Advanced encryption standard AFC Automated frequency coordination AI Artificial intelligence AOC Airline operations communications AP Access point APT Advanced persistent threat AR Augmented reality ASN Access service network ASOS Automated Surface Observing System ASR Airport surveillance radar ASSC Airport surface surveillance capabilities A-VDGS Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System ATC Air Traffic Control ATO Air traffic organization AWOS Automated Weather Observing System BCA Benefit-cost analysis BLE Bluetooth Low Energy BR/EDR Basic rate/enhanced data rate bps Bits-per-second BYOD Bring your own device CA Certificate Authority CAPEX Capital expenditures CAT Credential authentication technology CBA Cost-benefit analysis CBP Customs and Border Protection CBRS Citizen Broadband Radio Services CBSDs Citizens broadband radio service devices CCTV Closed-circuit television CDM Collaborative decision-making CES Customer Effort Score CFR Code of Federal Regulations CMMC Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification CNS Communications, navigation, and surveillance CSAT Customer Satisfaction Score

166 Transformation in Wireless Connectivity: Guide to Prepare Airports CSPP Construction Safety Phasing Plan CVSS Common Vulnerability Scoring System DAS Distributed antenna systems DFS Dynamic frequency selection DHS U.S. Department of Homeland Security DL Downlink DoS Denial-of-service EA Environmental assessment EFB Electronic flight bag eMBB Enhanced mobile broadband eMTC Extended Machine-Type Communications EV Electric vehicle FAA Federal Aviation Administration FAR Federal Aviation Regulation FBO Fixed-base operator FCC Federal Communications Commission FOD Foreign-object detection FTI FAA telecommunications infrastructure FTZ Foreign-trade zone GAA General Authorized Access GNSS Global navigation satellite system GPS Global positioning system HA High availability HD High definition HVAC Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning IATA International Air Transport Association ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ILS Instrument landing system IoT Internet of things IR Infrared ISM Industrial, scientific, and medical ISP Internet service provider IT Information technology ITU International Telecommunication Union KPI Key performance indicator LAA License-assisted access LAN Local area network Lidar Light detection and ranging LMR Land mobile radio LPWAN Low-power wide-area network LTE Long-Term Evolution MAN Metropolitan area network MDAD Miami-Dade Aviation Department MDM Mobile device management MIMO Multiple-input, multiple-output MITM Man-in-the-middle ML Machine learning mMTC Massive machine-type communications MRO Maintenance, repair, and overhaul NaaS Network as a service

Abbreviations 167   NAVAID Navigational aid NB-IoT Narrow band IoT NFC Near-field communications NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology NLOS Non-line-of-sight NPRM Notice of Proposed Rulemaking NPS Net Promoter Score NR New radio NR-U New radio unlicensed NSA Non-stand-alone OPEX Operational expenditures PAL Priority access license PAN Personal area network PKI Public key infrastructure PTT Push-to-talk QoS Quality of service RAN Radio access network RF Radio frequency RFID Radio-frequency identification RTCA Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics SA Stand-alone SAS Spectrum Access System SaaS Software as a service SCADA Supervisory control and data acquisition SINR Signal-to-interference and noise ratio SLA Service level agreement SOA Service-oriented architecture SSID Service set identifier SSL Secure sockets layer STS Shared tenant service SWOT Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats TCO Total cost of ownership UAV Uncrewed aerial vehicle UE User equipment UEM Unified endpoint management ULD Unit load device URLLC Ultra-reliable low-latency communications UWB Ultra-wideband VAR Value-added reseller VHF Very-high-frequency VoLTE Voice over Long-Term Evolution VPN Virtual private network VRCS Virtual ramp/ground traffic control system WAN Wide-area network WAPs Wireless access points WBA Wireless Broadband Alliance WDS Wireless distribution system WIDS Wireless intrusion detection system WIPS Wireless intrusion protection system WPA Wi-Fi-protected access

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The main wireless applications at airports—passenger connectivity and airport staff communications—are imposing increasing demands on wireless capacity. Demand for passenger mobile connectivity is skyrocketing as high-speed-capable devices proliferate, and passengers require enhanced connectivity either for work or entertainment during dwell times, including location-based services for a custom travel experience.

The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Research Report 242: Transformation in Wireless Connectivity: Guide to Prepare Airports is intended as a resource for airports as they navigate through the existing taxonomy of wireless technologies and their use cases.

ACRP WebResource 15: Assessment Tool for Transformation in Wireless Connectivity is an assessment tool that supports the methodology outlined in the report. It provides a dynamic interface to input the current status of the wireless technology implementation at an airport and to input the intended goals regarding the development of the airport’s wireless infrastructure/use cases and generates a report that comprehensively compares the indicated current and target statuses.

Supplemental to the report is a PowerPoint presentation that can be used by airport decisionmakers on proposed solutions.

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