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... 152 Industry Technical Standards 1. Standards Bodies Standards are essential for communication systems and computer networks to function properly.
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... Industry Technical Standards 153 systems, and infrastructure that supports the transportation of information between and among communications and information-gathering devices. 2.
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... 154 Guidance for Planning, Design, and Operations of Airport Communications Centers All wireless activity in the United States is governed by two agencies: the FCC, which assigns frequencies and controls transmissions, and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) , a policy advisory unit of the U.S.
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... Industry Technical Standards 155 Network Security Standards and Guidelines NIST is empowered to set security standards for most agencies of the federal government. NIST has published extensively on means to secure both wired and wireless networks.
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... 156 Guidance for Planning, Design, and Operations of Airport Communications Centers • The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) also includes video manufacturers as members, but it also includes leading access control hardware and software manufacturers and suppliers of building automation systems.
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... Industry Technical Standards 157 FAA Circulars: The FAA has issued numerous Advisory Circulars (ACs)

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