Well, it spells danger for all the flights in the air as well-meaning real aircraft might crash too or they might run into one another. See how Telephone Number List serious this is? Okay so, let's discuss this massive network of our NextGen Air Traffic Control System with a couple of think tankers; Troy Laclaire and myself. Troy suggests that we use a "gigibit interface Telephone Number List between the computer systems and from the computer system to Telephone Number List display, and bandwidth shouldn't be too much of a problem." Gigabyte?
Really, yes, really, consider if we are running 3D or holographic displays, we are talking about mega-amounts of data, information Telephone Number List flow that never stops 24/7, for every ATC computer in the nation. Additionally, Troy points Telephone Number List out that; This would be more for the communications between local system networks, but you would then use burst Telephone Number List transmissions for communication between long distances between systems, compressing the data into as small as possible, add a layer of encryption, and then send the Telephone Number List data, where it will be decrypted and expanded on the other end.
Indeed, the security is almost as important as the actual system, remember cyber terrorists, foreign nations with cyber hackers, and the Telephone Number List occasional hacker testing their skills for fun and bragging rights. It's all serious, so it must be secure, not only from outages but also from infiltrations - insiders, cyber terrorists, and hackers too. The additional Telephone Number List layers of encryption as Troy explains has lots of benefits namely; "making the data hard to read if someone intercepts, as well as reducing the amount of necessary Telephone Number List bandwidth necessary to send data between locations."