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AcronymDefinition
ANDAccess Network Design
ANDAllow Natural Death (medical charts)
ANDAndorra (International Auto Identifier)
ANDAlpha Numeric Display (aviation)
ANDAircraft Nose Down
ANDAnalytics for Noisy Unstructured Text Data (Workshop)
ANDAssociazione Nazionale Docenti (Italian: National Association of Teachers)
ANDAid to the Needy Disabled (SSI)
ANDAssociation for the Neurologically Disabled of Canada
ANDActive Nutation Damping
ANDAutomatic Network Dialing
ANDAsiatic Newcastle Disease
ANDActive Network Diagram
ANDAlgorithmique Numérique Distribuée (French: Distributed Numerical Algorithms)
ANDAssociate Administrator for NAS (National Air Space) Development (FAA)
AND[not an acronym] logical operation where the output is high only if all inputs are high (electrical engineering)
ANDArgument Number Decrease
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Objective: Key objectives of METIS-II are to develop the overall 5G radio access network design and to provide the technical enablers needed for an efficient integration and use of the various 5G technologies and components currently developed.
It introduces wireless communications, wireless systems and traffic engineering, then describes CDMA2000/UMTS architecture, air interface performance and capacity analysis, base station design and traffic engineering, RNC and radio access network design and traffic engineering, core network design and traffic engineering, end-to-end performance in 3G networks, wireless LAN, MAC and QOS in 802,11 networks, and upcoming features for 3G networks.
The new backbone, which could be operational by next year, will be a widely available access network designed to provide easily accessible Internet access points for the Department of Telecommunications' own ISPs as well as for the licensed private ISPs, allowing them to connect their Internet POPs to the global Internet.