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A new terminal being built at Heathrow will have three wireless networks: A private network will be used by emergency and security workers, a cellular network will serve anyone, and a WLAN will be used by visitors, baggage handlers, shops, and airport workers. The company building the terminal used software from a company called Wireless Valley to help plan everything from where to lay cables to how certain building materials like metal will impact the RF signals. The terminal and networks aren’t expected to be complete until March 2008.
Posted by nancyg at April 20, 2005 12:01 PM
Categories: air travel
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