National Airspace Data Interchange Network analysis
Esten, Guy M.
Boger, Dan C.
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This thesis is a description and analysis of the Federal Aviation Administration's National Airspace Data Interchange Network (NADIN).. The objective is to define, for telecommunication students, this data interchange network and examine the effects which current network upgrades will have on network performance. Descriptions if the current Data Interchange Network (NADIN IA) and the next generation Data Interchange Network (NADIN II) are included as well as information on related FAA programs, most notably the Radio Communications Link (RCL). Analysis is presented on NADIN II's impact on the Federal Aviation Administration's Data Interchange capabilities. Implementation problems with NADIN II are addressed. Conclusions include the economic soundness of NADIN II dues to leased line savings and a strong recommendation to the NADIN II program manager to aggressively pursue full project funding.
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