WAEA Internet Working Group On-board infrastructure ad hoc group Revised by Rolf Goedecke August 18, 2000. Background. Growing Airline/Passenger demand for information and communication services on board an A/c Allow competition based on standardized platforms
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ad hoc group
Revised by Rolf Goedecke
August 18, 2000
Required a/c infrastructure to allow new functions, such as
- crew e-mail,
- crew airline intranet access,
- passenger access to intranet,
- passenger access to e-mail...
- NSU ( Network Server Unit, host for A/c intranet pages, e-mail proxy... )- Gatelink ( Wireless a/c – to - ground-network communication link in near airport on-ground terminal environment )- Cabin W-LAN ( wireless link inside the cabin between NSU and e.g. laptops, Credit card readers ... )- Interfaces to Cabin equipment and Satcom
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