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Traffic encryption key

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A traffic encryption key (TEK) is randomly generated by the base station and is used to encrypt WiMAX data messages. Two TEKs are issued to prevent communications disruption during TEK rekeying; the first TEK is used for active communications, while the second TEK remains dormant.

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