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Enhancing Airport Communications with LTE Ultra-Broadband

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Enhancing Airport Communications with LTE Ultra-Broadband

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Enhancing Airport Communications with LTE Ultra-Broadband

By Nokia
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A modern airport is a hive of activity. Similar to a city within a city, an airport employs thousands of people and serves millions of passengers every year.

Communications networks are the lifeblood of an airport’s vast and complex facilities. They keep things humming effectively 24 hours a day, from mission-critical communications for safety agencies to basic Internet connectivity for passengers.

Traditionally, airport networks have been based on multiple radio or wireless network architectures. This siloed approach creates major challenges – challenges that are growing as the cost of maintaining and managing these networks grows. As a result, airports are looking to transition to LTE to secure the high-speed, high-security and high-bandwidth networks they need to ensure safe and efficient operations.

Bell Labs, Nokia’s research and consulting arm, can help you make the right decisions as you choose the LTE rollout for your airport. In this whitepaper, we walk you through three basic business models: duplicated, shared, and exclusive. And we help you think through the right business case to meet your airport’s specific needs.

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