SIGNAL Connections

February 16, 2010

February 16, 2010
SIGNAL Staff

February 16, 2010
by Henry S. Kenyon

If U.S. Army scientists have their way, future antennas for vehicles and dismounted infantry will be smaller and more nondescript and will feature greatly increased reception. Research is focusing on lightweight conformal antennas that can be built into soldiers’ uniforms and equipment as well as vehicle structures.

January 15, 2010
SIGNAL Staff

Encryptor for High-Frequency Radios
This device is designed to support manpack radios and transceiver systems. The DV AES-256 Encryptor is engineered to improve the quality of voice communications in harsh and noisy environments. The encryptor can be programmed via a radio handset or the front panel of the transceiver. The device features 258-bit AES encryption, 128-bit CES encryption and frequency hopping keys. For more information, visit www.codanusinc.com.

January 15, 2010
by Henry S. Kenyon

Managing bandwidth over military computer networks is critical for modern combat operations. An experimental networking protocol may help get vital information to warfighters by tracking data and giving priority to specific users, such as a unit involved in a firefight.

January 15, 2010
SIGNAL Staff

CPI

January 15, 2010
By Amy Walker

January 15, 2010
SIGNAL Staff

January 15, 2010
by Rita Boland

December 15, 2009
by Katie Packard

Government and defense agencies can use a new data mining application to help gather and share information and intelligence as well as look for national security and terrorist threats. The tool searches the Internet and provides organizations with data that enables them to make informed decisions and, if necessary, respond quickly.

December 15, 2009
SIGNAL Staff

December 15, 2009
SIGNAL Staff

November 16, 2009
SIGNAL Staff

November 16, 2009
by Katie Packard

November 16, 2009
by Rita Boland

November 16, 2009
SIGNAL Staff

November 16, 2009
SIGNAL Staff

October 15, 2009
SIGNAL Staff

October 15, 2009
SIGNAL Staff

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