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2.5G (Abbreviation) See GPRS: [1]
2G (Abbreviation) Second Generation: Original Mobile Network Voice Platform [1]
3G (Abbreviation) Third Generation: Enhanced Mobile Voice/Data Network/Platform [1]
3GPP (Abbreviation) 3rd Generation Partnership Project: [1]
3GPP (Abbreviation) 3rd Generation Partnership Project: GSM collaboration between groups of telecommunications Companies [1]
4G (Abbreviation) Fourth Generation: High Speed Data Network [1]
AB (Acronym) As Built Drawings: As-built drawings are produced by the contractor and compared with the original design documents to identify any changes made during construction. [2]
AB_Issd (Abbreviation) As Built Drawings Issued Date: The Date the Drawings were issued by the Design Office or Design Administration to the Distribution list defined with the design process [2]
Acq (Acronym) Acquisition: [1]
ACR (Acronym) Additional Cost Report: Report detailing additional costs [1]
ADC (Acronym) Acquisition Design and Construction: The Process from Initial site search through Acquisition, Design, Planning and Construction. [2]
Agd (Abbreviation) Agreed: [1]
AGL (Acronym) height measured with respect to the underlying ground surface.: SEE AMSL and AMSL [2]
AMSL (Acronym) Height altitude/elevation above mean sea level: SEE AGL and HAAT [2]
AN (Abbreviation) Access Network: [1]
ANDSF (Abbreviation) Access Network Discovery & Selection Function: [1]
ANR (Abbreviation) Automatic Neighbour Relation: [1]
AP (Abbreviation) Access Point: [1]
API (Abbreviation) Application Programming Interface: [1]
APN (Abbreviation) Access Point Name: [1]
Apvd (Abbreviation) Approved: [2]
ARU (Abbreviation) Adaptive Radio Unit: [1]
ASC (Acronym) Area Sites Controller: [1]
ATA (Abbreviation) Analogue Terminal Adapter: [1]
ATI (Acronym) Authority to Invoice (GRN): A number or communication, usually from the client, to allow a company to proceed and raise an invoice on works identified on a previous Purchase Order [1]
ATLAS (Acronym) Acquisition Telecoms Logistical Acquisition Solution: An in-house Project Management and Resource Planning system for all site instructions within the core operations - Acquisition, Planning, Design, Construction and Estate Management. Powered by Microsoft Jet Database Engine. [1]
ATP (Acronym) Access Transmission Project: Joint Venture between Siemens and Vodafone to dish link existing networks. [1]
AuC (Abbreviation) Authentication Centre: [1]
Azimuth (Description) Generally defined as its angular distance from due north: [1]
BAU (Acronym) Business As Usual: General Term for normal projects within Company [2]
BG (Abbreviation) Border Gateway: [1]
BOM (Acronym) Bill Of Materials: A bill of materials (sometimes bill of material or BOM) is a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, components, parts and the quantities of each needed to manufacture an end product. No physical dimension is described in BOM [1]
BOT (Abbreviation) Build Operate Transfer: [1]
BRAS (Abbreviation) Broadband Remote Access Server: [1]
BRN (Acronym) Build Request Notice: [2]
BSC (Acronym) Base station Controller: The BSC handles allocation of radio channels, receives measurements from the mobile phones, controls handovers from BTS to BTS [1]
BSC (Abbreviation) Base Station Controller: [1]
BSS (Abbreviation) Base Station System: [1]
BT MSL (Description) British Telecoms Managed Services Limited: BTMSL is the centre for the management of other Communication Providers networks. [1]
BTS (Abbreviation) Base Transceiver Station: [1]
BTS (Acronym) Base Transceiver Station: Contains the equipment for transmitting and receiving of radio signals (transceivers), antennas, and equipment for encrypting and decrypting communications with the base station controller (BSC). [1]
BYOD (Abbreviation) Bring Your Own Device: [1]
CA (Abbreviation) Carrier Aggregation: [1]
CAD (Acronym) Computer Aided Design: Computer-Aided Design (CAD) is the use of computer technology to aid in the design and particularly the drafting (technical drawing and engineering drawing) of a part or product, including entire buildings. [1]
CAGR (Abbreviation) Compound Annual Growth Rate: [1]
CASR (Acronym) Confirmation of Accepted Site Requirements: [1]
CC (Abbreviation) Component Carrier: [1]
CCI (Acronym) Crown Castle International: Former name of National Grid Wireless [1]
CDM (Acronym) Construction Design and Management: The CDM 2007 Regulations apply to most common building, civil engineering and engineering construction work. If required, the HSE should be notified in writing before construction work starts using an from F10. [2]
CDMA (Abbreviation) Code Division Multiple Access: [1]
Cellnet (Description) Now Called O2: Cellnet was one of the original two analogue networks, a joint venture between BT PLC and Securicor [2]
cid (Acronym) Cell Identifier (T5): [1]
CM (Acronym) Construction Manager: [2]
CN (Abbreviation) Core Network: [1]
COMP (Abbreviation) Coordinated Multipoint Transmission: [1]
COO (Abbreviation) Capacity & Coverage Optimization: [1]
Cornerstone (Description) (AKA CTIL) - VF and O2 Joint Venture: Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited (CTIL) was founded in 2012 as a joint venture between Vodafone and Telefónica [1]
CPHSP (Acronym) Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan: Construction. Phase Health and Safety Plan [1]
CPSHP (Abbreviation) Construction Phase Heath and Safety Plan: Construction Phase Heath and Safety Plan [1]
CS (Abbreviation) Circuit Switched: [1]
CSFB (Abbreviation) Circuit Switched Fall Back: [1]
CSG (Abbreviation) Closed Subscriber Group: [1]
CSP (Abbreviation) Content Service Provider: [1]
CSR (Acronym) Confirmation of Site Requirements: [1]
CTIL (Abbreviation) (AKA Cornerstone) - VF and O2 Joint Venture: Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited (CTIL) was founded in 2012 as a joint venture between Vodafone and Telefónica [1]
CTIL (Acronym) Cornerstone: Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited (CTIL) was founded in 2012 as a joint venture between Vodafone and Telefónica [1]
CVI (Acronym) Close Visual Inspection: [1]
D&B (Acronym) Design and Build: The Design and Build Process of a site that has previously been legally Acquired. [2]
DD (Acronym) Detailed Design Drawings: [2]
DD_Issd (Abbreviation) Detailed Design Issued Date: The Date the Drawings were issued by the Design Office or Design Administration to the Distribution list defined with the design process [2]
DeNB (Abbreviation) Donor eNB: [1]
DNO (Acronym) Distribution Network Operator (Supersedes REC): Companies licensed to distribute electricity in Great Britain by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets. [1]
DNS (Acronym) Domain Name Server: hierarchical naming system for computers, services, or any resource participating in the Internet. It associates various information with domain names assigned to such participants. [1]
DNS (Acronym) Discreet Neighbourhood Site: [1]
DoS (Abbreviation) Denial of Service: [1]
DPR (Acronym) Department Performance Report: [1]
DRNC (Abbreviation) Drift Radio Network Controller: [1]
DSA (Acronym) Direct/Designated Search Area: [1]
DSL (Abbreviation) Digital Subscriber Line: [1]
DSLAM (Abbreviation) DSL Access Module: [1]
DSMIP (Abbreviation) Dual Stack Mobile IP: [1]
EAA (Acronym) Early Access Agreement: [2]
EAL (Acronym) Early Access Letter: [2]
EE (Acronym) Everything Everywhere: Including the Acquisitions of The T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom) and Orange Networks [2]
EIR (Abbreviation) Equipment Identification Register: [1]
ELT (Acronym) Ericsson Telecommunications Limited: [1]
eNB (Abbreviation) EUTRA Node B: [1]
Enhancer (Description) Boosts a low signal between Masts: [1]
EPC (Abbreviation) Evolved Packet Core: [1]
EPS (Abbreviation) Evolved Packet System: [1]
EULA (Acronym) End User License Agreement: [1]
E-UTRAN (Abbreviation) Evolved UMTS Terrestrial Access Network: [1]
F10 (Description) F10 Form: Form to notify the HSE of a proposed construction project [2]
FAP (Abbreviation) Femtocell Access Point: [1]
Fcast (Abbreviation) Forecast e.g. Fcast Access = Forecast Access: [2]
FCS (Abbreviation) Femtocell Convergence Server: [1]
FDD (Abbreviation) Frequency Division Duplex: [1]
FEA (Acronym) Final Engineering Approval: [2]
FFS (Abbreviation) For Further Study: [1]
FNG (Abbreviation) Femtocell Network Gateway: [1]
FOD (Abbreviation) Bt Term for FTTP on Demand - (FTTP/Fibre to the Cabinet)(: [1]
FP (Acronym) Full Planning (Unlimited Time): [1]
FSM (Abbreviation) Femtocell Service Manager: [1]
FTTC (Abbreviation) Fibre To The Cabinet: A Broadband internet connection which, instead of using your existing copper phone line all the way from the telephone exchange to your house or office, uses a fiber-optic connection from the exchange to the nearest street cabinet [1]
FTTP (Abbreviation) Fibre To The Premises: [1]
GA (Acronym) General Arrangement (Drawing): High Level Drawings showing the General layout of the site. [1]
GAA (Acronym) General Arrangement Approval: Client Approval of the General Arrangement Drawings [2]
GDO or GPDO (Acronym) General Permitted (Development) Order-56days: The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 is a Statutory Instrument which sets out what is Permitted Development. i.e. what can be built without obtaining planning permission. It was made under powers granted by the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the Coal Industry Act 1994 and came into force on 3 June 1995. [1]
GE (Abbreviation) Gigabit Ethernet: [1]
GF (Acronym) Green Field: A piece of previously undeveloped land, in a city or rural area, either currently used for agriculture, landscape design, or just left to nature. [2]
GIS (Abbreviation) Geographical Information Systems: a set of tools used to interpret geographical or geospatial data and information [1]
GLN (Acronym) Greater London: [1]
GMSC (Abbreviation) Gateway MSC: [1]
GPRS (Abbreviation) General Packet Radio Service: Otherwise known as 2.5 to support voice and low speed data [1]
GPS (Abbreviation) Global Positioning System: [1]
GRN (Acronym) Good Received Note: A record of goods at the point of receipt, or authorisation to invoice (ATI) [1]
GSM (Abbreviation) Global System for Mobile Communications: [1]
GSN (Abbreviation) GPRS Service Node: [1]
GSS (Acronym) Group Selecting Sites: [1]
GTP-U (Abbreviation) GPRS Tunnelling Protocol - User plane: [1]
GW (Abbreviation) Gateway: [1]
H&S (Acronym) Health and Safety: [1]
HAAT (Acronym) height above average terrain: SEE AGL and AMSL [2]
HCS (Acronym) Home Counties South: [1]
HeNB (Abbreviation) Home eNB: [1]
HetNet (Abbreviation) Heterogeneous Network: [1]
HGSS (Abbreviation) Home Gateway Server System: [1]
HLR (Abbreviation) Home Location Register: HLR is an abbreviation of Home Location Register. This is part of the telecommunication infrastructure used in mobile networks to store information about subscribers and it supports connection pooling. [1]
HNB (Abbreviation) Home Node B: [1]
HOT's (Acronym) Head of Term's: [1]
Hover (Abbreviation) Handover: Handover Pack [1]
HSDPA (Abbreviation) High Speed Downlink Packet Access: [1]
HSE (Acronym) Health and Safety Executive: A Government Organisation who's job is to protect people against risks to health or safety arising out of work activities. Provides advice, guidance, regulations and inspections. [1]
HSPA (Abbreviation) High Speed Packet Access: [1]
HSS (Abbreviation) Home Subscriber Server: [1]
HSUPA (Abbreviation) High Speed Uplink Packet Access: [1]
HTML (Acronym) Hyper Text Markup Language: the predominant mark-up language for web pages. It provides a means to describe the structure of text-based information in a document—by denoting certain text as links, headings, paragraphs, lists, etc [1]
I&C (Acronym) Installation and Commissioning: [1]
IBS (Abbreviation) In Building Solution: [1]
ICIC (Abbreviation) Inter-Cell Interference Coordination: [1]
ICNIRP (Acronym) International Council on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection: From 2019 thi sis also referred to as PUBLIC RF EXPOSURE GUIDELINES. The ICNIRP standard is used in most European countries and is gaining acceptance in many other countries throughout the world outside of North America. [1]
IDE (Acronym) Integrated Development Environment: Software application that provides comprehensive facilities to computer programmers for software development. [1]
IEA (Acronym) Initial Engineers Approval: [2]
IMS (Abbreviation) IP Multimedia Subsystem: [1]
Inst (Abbreviation) Instructed: Instructed From Client - ATLAS Field Definition [1]
IOT (Abbreviation) Internet of Things: Devices – from simple sensors to smartphones and wearables – connected together [1]
IP (Abbreviation) Internet Protocol: [1]
IP (Address) (Acronym) Internet Protocol (Address): Used for communicating data across a packet-switched internetwork using the Internet Protocol Suite, also referred to as TCP/IP [1]
IP NGN (Abbreviation) IP Next-Generation Network: [1]
ISDN (Abbreviation) Integrated Services Digital Network: [1]
ISSA (Acronym) Issue Site Share Application: [1]
Issd (Abbreviation) Issued: [2]
Issd (Abbreviation) Issued: Issued to Client - ATLAS Field Definition [1]
ISSF (Acronym) Initial Site Survey Form: [1]
lac (Acronym) Local Area Code (Sometimes coded as tac) (T4): [1]
LAN (Abbreviation) Local Area Network: [1]
LBC (Acronym) Listed Building Consent: Listed Building Consent is required in order to carry out any works to a Listed Building which will affect its special value for listing purposes. This will almost certainly be necessary for any major works, but may also be necessary for minor alterations and possibly even repairs and maintenance. [2]
LD (Acronym) Legal Drawings / Lease Drawings: [2]
LD_Issd (Abbreviation) Legal / Lease Drawings Issued Date: The Date the Drawings were issued by the Design Office or Design Administration to the Distribution list defined with the design process [2]
LIE (Abbreviation) Long Term Evolution: [1]
LIPA (Abbreviation) Local IP Access: [1]
LL (Acronym) Landlord: [2]
LN (Acronym) Licensed Notification: Process to advise the LPA of permitted development under Class A Part 24 of the Town and County Planning Order 1985. [2]
LOS (Acronym) Line of Sight: Line-of-sight transmission means the transmitting and receiving antennae can "see" each other and transmit directly without the need of a repeater. [1]
LOSS (Acronym) Line of Sight Survey: A Survey to establish the Line of Sight between two given points. [1]
LOV (Acronym) List of Values: [1]
LPA (Acronym) Local Planning Authority: The statutory authority (usually the local council) whose duty it is to carry out the planning function for its area. [1]
LPWAN (Abbreviation) Low Power Wide Area Network: [1]
LTA (Acronym) O2 Term for Heads of Terms (HOTS): [1]
MAC (Abbreviation) Medium Access Control: [1]
MBNL (Description) Consolidation joint venture between 3 UK and EE: 50/50 joint venture company owned by 3 UK and T-Mobile (UK). Was formed for network consolidation on the 18th December 2007. [2]
mcc (Acronym) Mobile Country Code (T2): [1]
MDF (Abbreviation) Main Distribution Frame: The MDF is where every telephone line copper pair terminates at the exchange [1]
MEAS (Abbreviation) Mobile Ethernet Access Services: [1]
MG (Abbreviation) Media Gateway: [1]
MGA (Abbreviation) Next Generation Access: [1]
MGC (Abbreviation) Media Gateway Controller: [1]
MGN (Abbreviation) Next Generation Network: [1]
MIMO (Abbreviation) Multiple Input Multiple Output : [1]
MIS (Acronym) Management Information system: [1]
MLB (Abbreviation) Mobility Load Balancing: [1]
MME (Abbreviation) Mobility Management Entity : [1]
MMI (Abbreviation) Man-Machine Interface: [1]
mnc (Acronym) Mobile Network Code (T3): [1]
MNO (Abbreviation) Mobile Network Operator : [1]
MRO (Abbreviation) Mobility Robustness Optimization : [1]
MRP (Acronym) Material Requirements Planning: software based production planning and inventory control system used to manage manufacturing processes. [1]
MS (Abbreviation) Mobile Station: [1]
MSA (Acronym) Multi Site Agreement: A legal agreement, Early Access Letter of Heads of Terms that covers a large number of sites. [1]
MSAN (Abbreviation) Multi Service Access Node: [1]
MSC (Abbreviation) Mobile-services Switching Centre : [1]
MSDN (Acronym) Microsoft Development Network: [1]
MSO (Acronym) Major Site Owner: [1]
MSP (Abbreviation) Mobile Service Provider: [1]
MSV (Acronym) Multi Skilled Visit: A site visit with a variety of personnel with a range of differing skills. [2]
MTTR (Abbreviation) Mean Time To Repair: [1]
MTX (Abbreviation) Mobile Telephone Exchange: [1]
MVNO (Abbreviation) Mobile virtual network operator: Example: Tesco Mobile & Virgin Mobile [2]
NarrowBand IOT (Abbreviation) Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) transmission: Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) radio technology standard that has been developed to enable a wide range of devices and services to be connected using cellular telecommunications bands [1]
NEDL (Description) Division of CE Electric (See DNO): [1]
NRSWA (Acronym) New Roads and Street Works Act 1991: [1]
O2 (Description) O2 Mobile Network (Originally Cellnet): O2 was purchased by the Spanish telecommunications company Telefónica in 2006 [1]
OEM (Abbreviation) Operations and Maintenance: [1]
Ofcom (Description) Ofcom is the UK communications regulator.: They regulate the TV, radio and video on demand sectors, fixed line telecoms, mobiles, postal services, plus the airwaves over which wireless devices operate. [1]
OFDMA (Abbreviation) Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access: [1]
OLT (Abbreviation) Optical Line Termination: [1]
OMC-R (Abbreviation) Operations and Maintenance Centre - Radio: [1]
OMV (Acronym) Open Market Value: The best price which might reasonably be expected to be obtained at arms' length for an interest in a property. [2]
One2One (Description) One2One Telecoms: One2One if the Former trading name of T-Mobile [1]
One2One (Description) Launched in 1993, rebranded as T-Mobile in summer 2002: [1]
ONT (Abbreviation) Optical Network Termination: [1]
OOP (Acronym) Object Oriented Programming: A programming concept that uses objects and their interactions to design applications and computer programs. [1]
OPCS (Acronym) Orange Personal Communications Services: [2]
Orange (Description) (OPCS) Orange Personal Communications Services: [1]
OSS (Abbreviation) Operational Support Systems: [1]
OTN (Abbreviation) Optical Transport Network: [1]
PANS (Abbreviation) Panoramic Photography: Panoramic photography is a technique of photography, using specialised equipment or software, that captures images with elongated or 360 degree filed of view. [2]
PCC (Abbreviation) Primary Carrier Component: [1]
PCeIl (Abbreviation) Primary Serving Cell: [1]
PCN (Acronym) Personal Communications Network: [1]
PCN (Acronym) Public Carrier Networks: [1]
PD (Acronym) Planning Drawings: [2]
PD_Issd (Abbreviation) Planning Drawings Issued Date: The Date the Drawings were issued by the Design Office or Design Administration to the Distribution list defined with the design process [2]
PDCP (Abbreviation) Packet Data Convergence Protocol: [1]
PDG (Abbreviation) Packet Data Gateway: [1]
PDH (Abbreviation) Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy: [1]
PDU (Abbreviation) Protocol Data Unit: [1]
PDV (Abbreviation) Packet Delay Variations: [1]
PGAD (Acronym) Plant General Arrangement Drawings: High Level Drawings showing the General layout of the site. [2]
PI (Abbreviation) Purchase Invoice: An Invoice received by a supplier, usually following the issue of a Purchase Order [1]
PIMS (Acronym) Project Information Management System: An in-house Project Management and Resource Planning system for all site instructions within the core operations - Acquisition, Planning, Design, Construction and Estate Management. Powered by SQL Database. [1]
PLMN (Abbreviation) Public Land Mobile Network: [1]
PM (Acronym) Project Manager: [1]
PO (Acronym) Purchase Order: A commercial document issued by a buyer to a seller, indicating types, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services the seller will provide to the buyer. [1]
PO (Abbreviation) Purchase Order: A request for goods or services from a supplier. [1]
POC (Acronym) Proof of Contribution: Percentage Value/Profit margin where 100% would indicate no costs, and 0% would indicate no profit. 105 would be low profit, 90% would be high profit. [2]
PoC (Abbreviation) Push-to-talk over Cellular: [1]
PPP (Abbreviation) Point-to-Point Protocol: [1]
PQQ (Acronym) Pre Qualification Questionnaire: PQQs are issued by clients in order to provide a short-list of suitable suppliers before inviting them to tender. [0]
PRC (Abbreviation) Primary Reference Clock: [1]
PRM (Acronym) Property Risk Management: Property Risk Management [1]
PRS (Abbreviation) Primary Reference Source: [1]
PS (Abbreviation) Packet Switched: [1]
PS (Acronym) Professional Services: [1]
PSC (Abbreviation) Packet Switch Capable: [1]
PSTN (Abbreviation) Public Switched Telephone Network: [1]
PTW (Acronym) Permit to Work: [1]
QA (Acronym) Quality Assurance / Quality Assured: A set of activities intended to ensure that products (goods and/or services) satisfy customer requirements in a systematic, reliable fashion. [1]
QM (Acronym) Quality Manager: The person within a company who is ultimately responsible for the Quality Management System. [1]
QMS (Acronym) Quality Management System: A set of processes that ensure a common sense approach to the management of a company or organisation [1]
QoE (Abbreviation) Quality of Experience : [1]
QoS (Abbreviation) Quality of Service: [1]
RAC (Acronym) Regional Acquisition Coordinator: [1]
RAM (Acronym) Regional Acquisition Manager: [1]
RAM (Acronym) Regional Accounts Manager: [2]
RAN (Abbreviation) Radio Access Network : [1]
RBS (Abbreviation) Radio Backhaul Solutions: [1]
Rcvd (Abbreviation) Received: Received from Supplier / Client ATLAS Field Definition [1]
RDBMS (Acronym) Relational Database Management System: [1]
RDP (Acronym) Radio Design Planner: The Network Radio Design planner [1]
REC (Acronym) Regional Electrical Company (Superseded with DNO): [2]
Repeater (Description) Routes Signal (Polemount): A repeater is an electronic device that receives a signal and retransmits it at a higher level and/or higher power, or onto the other side of an obstruction, so that the signal can cover longer distances without degradation. [1]
Reqstd (Abbreviation) Requested: Requested From Supplier / Client - ATLAS Field Definition [1]
RF (Abbreviation) Radio Frequency : [1]
RFB (Acronym) Ready For build: A State where all Acquisition, Design and Planning has been cleared and a site is ready for construction. [2]
RFI (Acronym) Ready for Invoicing: A billing line or item that has been GRN'd or ATI has been received and is Ready for invoicing. [3]
RFI (Acronym) Request for Information: information about the capabilities of suppliers [0]
RFI (Acronym) Ready for Integration: The Status of a completed site that has been built and audited and is ready for transmission and integration into a network. [1]
RFQ (Acronym) Request for Quote: [3]
RFQ (Acronym) Request for Quotation: [1]
RFT (Acronym) Ready For Transmission: The Status of a completed site that has been built and audited and is ready for integration into a network. [1]
RLB (Abbreviation) Radio Link Budget : [1]
RLC (Abbreviation) Radio Link Control : [1]
RN (Abbreviation) Relay Node: [1]
RNC (Abbreviation) Radio Network Controller: [1]
RNS (Abbreviation) Radio Network Subsystem: [1]
RNSAP (Abbreviation) Radio Network Subsystem Application Protocol : [1]
Rollout (Acronym) Describes the Rollout new masts: Describes the Rollout new masts as opposed to upgrade. [1]
R-PDCCH (Abbreviation) RN —specific scheduling channel: [1]
RPI (Acronym) Retail Price Index: Retail Price Index. An inflationary indicator that measures the change in the cost of a fixed basket of retail goods. [1]
Rqd (Abbreviation) Required: Process Required - ATLAS Field Definition [1]
RRC (Abbreviation) Radio Resource Control : [1]
RRH (Abbreviation) Remote Radio Head: [1]
RRM (Abbreviation) Radio Resource Management: [1]
RRU (Abbreviation) Radio Remote Unit: [1]
RS (RSF) (Acronym) Radio Survey: [1]
RSB (Abbreviation) Radio Base Station : [1]
RST (Acronym) Radio Survey Team: [1]
RT (Acronym) Roof Top: [1]
RTB (Acronym) Ready to Build: [2]
SAAF (Acronym) Site Agreement Authorisation Form: [1]
SAE (Abbreviation) System Architecture Evolution : [1]
SAM (Acronym) Site Acquisition Manager: [1]
SCC (Abbreviation) Secondary Component Carrier : [1]
SCC (Abbreviation) Super Connected Cities: [1]
SCell (Abbreviation) Secondary Serving Cell: [1]
SC-FDMAA (Abbreviation) Single Carrier FDMA: [1]
SCTP (Abbreviation) Stream Control Transmission Protocol : [1]
SDH (Abbreviation) Synchronous Digital Hierarchy : [1]
Se-GW (Abbreviation) Security Gateway: [1]
S-GW (Abbreviation) Serving Gateway: [1]
SHEQ (Acronym) Safety, Health, Environment & Quality: [1]
SIPTO (Abbreviation) Selected I Traffic Offload Short Message Service: [1]
SL (Acronym) Site Layout: High Level Drawings showing the General layout of the site. [2]
SLA (Acronym) Service Level Agreement: [1]
SME (Acronym) Small and Medium Enterprises: [1]
SMS (Acronym) Short Message Service: [1]
SoC (Abbreviation) System-on-a-Chip: [1]
SON (Abbreviation) Self Optimising Network: [1]
SONET (Abbreviation) Synchronous Optical Network : [1]
SOR (Acronym) Schedule of Rates: A series of prices contractually agreed for a range of services [3]
SOR (Acronym) Statement of Requirements: [1]
SOR (Acronym) Service Order Reference: Quotation Samples form New Work [1]
SOS (Acronym) Start On Site: The date construction works will start working [1]
SP (Acronym) Scottish Power: [1]
SP (Acronym) Site Provider: The owner of a site, or the person or company acting on their behalf. [1]
SQL (Acronym) Structured Query Language: SQL (Structured Query Language) is a standard interactive and programming language for getting information from and updating a database. [1]
SRNC (Abbreviation) Serving RNC: [1]
SS (Acronym) Site Share: Where two or more operators share a site or plot. [1]
SSA (Acronym) Site Share Agreement: [1]
SSE (Acronym) Scottish and Southern Energy: [1]
SSP (Acronym) Site Specific Preliminary: [1]
SSR (Acronym) Site Survey Report: A Report issued following a site survey. [1]
SVS (Acronym) Specific Venue Survey: [1]
tac (Acronym) See lac: [1]
TCO (Abbreviation) Total Cost of Ownership: [1]
TCP (Abbreviation) Transmission Control Protocol: [1]
TDD (Abbreviation) Time Division Duplex: [1]
Telefónica (Description) A Spanish broadband and telecommunications Provider: Purchased O2 in 2006 [1]
Three (Description) (3) UK Mobile Phone Network: [1]
TLQ (Acronym) Technical Liaison Query: [2]
TLR (Acronym) Traffic Light Rating: The Traffic Light Model must be used to give an overall Rating for each proposed site. The Model combines elements of subjectivity and objectivity and is intended as a guide to the degree of consultation necessary. [2]
T-Mobile (Description) T-Mobile (TUK) Formerly One2One: It's the UK network of T-Mobile International, a major branch of Deutsche Telekom AG whose subsidiaries and affiliated companies serve over 86 million mobile customers worldwide. [1]
T-Mobile UK (Description) Originally launched as One2One: Originally owned by Deutsche Telekom, now owned by EE (Everything Everywhere) [1]
TQ (Acronym) Technical Query: [2]
TR (Acronym) Technical Review (MSV): [1]
TR (Acronym) Tower Raised (Build): The Date the Tower was raised on site. [1]
TTG (Abbreviation) Tunnel Terminating Gateway: [1]
T-UK (Acronym) T-Mobile (UK): [1]
TWTT (Abbreviation) Two Way Time Transfer: [1]
UDP (Abbreviation) User Datagram Protocol: [1]
UE (Abbreviation) User Equipment: [1]
UKAS (Acronym) United Kingdom Accreditation Service: The United Kingdom Accreditation Service is the sole national accreditation body recognised by government to assess, against internationally agreed standards, organisations that provide certification, testing, inspection and calibration services. [1]
UMTS (Abbreviation) Universal Mobile Telecommunications System: [1]
UNC (Abbreviation) UMA Network Controller: [1]
Upldd (Abbreviation) Uploaded: Uploaded to Client - ATLAS Field Definition [1]
UTRAN (Abbreviation) UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network: [1]
VB (Acronym) Visual Basic: The third-generation event-driven programming language and integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft for its COM programming model. [1]
VDSL (Abbreviation) Very high speed Digital Subscriber Line: [1]
VF (Description) Vodafone Mobile Network: [1]
VLAN (Abbreviation) Virtual LAN: [1]
VLR (Abbreviation) Visitor Location Register: [1]
VoIP (Abbreviation) Voice over I : [1]
VoLTE (Abbreviation) Voice over LTE: [1]
VPN (Abbreviation) Virtual Private Network: [1]
WBC (Abbreviation) Wholesale Broadband Connect: [1]
WCDMA (Abbreviation) Wdeband CDMA: [1]
WDM (Abbreviation) Wavelength Division Multiplexing: [1]
WIP (Acronym) Work In Progress: Work currently undertaken, and usually defined as not invoiced and completed. [1]
WYSIWYG (Acronym) What you See is what you get: [1]
X2AP (Abbreviation) X2 Application Protocol: [1]
YEDL (Description) Division of CE Electric (See DNO): [1]
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