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  1. Researchers Develop One-of-a-Kind Nanocomputer

    ... I was telling him that one day the computer would fit in the back of a jeep. Well here it is 30 plus years later and you can carry more ... the potential uses of these developments. The video at the end is awesome, too. reply ...

  2. Computer-Aided Design Assumes Greater Burden in Chip Maturation

    ... hierarchy, generating the actual design. The other is going back up the hierarchy, verifying that the new layer you’ve created is ... most experts believe that the industry has not come to the end of the line yet. Every advance in computing speed brings more powerful CAD ...

  3. Wireless Devices Unchained

    ... telephones and other wireless devices to base stations and back-office servers. The goal is to take users’ home services and extend them ... like Lucent are developing technologies to manage the back end of a seamless roaming system, handset makers such as Nokia are ...

  4. Colossal Computing Power, Itty Bitty Storage Space

    ... the Simulation Center in a Box includes two high-end laptops, six wearable supercomputers, a small projector and a network ... focuses on is the potential for him to receive capabilities back that he can integrate into the OneSAF baseline and release to the user ...

  5. Advanced Radio Integrates Multiple Features in One Unit

    ... the need for a relay point. “By being able to do it end to end, you eliminate any kind of delay, and you also ensure that the ... instead of 5-volt logic. Additionally, the radio’s central processor controls all of its internal functions. Instead of powering ... front panels. “You wear the manpack, obviously, on your back,” Kane says of conventional radios. “But in order to change ...

  6. Army Intelligence Digitizes Situational Awareness

    ... that used to be considered available only at the end of a long and complex future program. Col. Steven G. Fox, USA, chief of ... of the other’s existence unless each transmitted a signal back to the FBCB2 system and received corresponding data pinpointing their ...

  7. Technology and Human Thought Drive Future Communications Systems

    ... light currently being used for lithography will hit a dead end. New sources such as X-ray, scalpel and extreme ultraviolet will need to be ... could use the video telephone to send images of the scene back to the central office where decision makers could gauge what equipment and ...

  8. Enterprise Network Deploys Overseas

    ... was scheduled to take place in Yokosuka, Japan, by the end of February. The initial rollout throughout the OCONUS area is planned to ... to refresh the desktop equipment every three years and the back-room technologies every five years. “That’s a major change from how ...

  9. Expeditionary Communications Systems Support Marine Forces

    ... vehicle (HMMWV)-mounted system housed in a shelter in the back of the vehicle. The Marine Corps inventory comprises 14 JECCS units, with ... The TSM consists of three major components, the deployable end office suite (DEOS), which replaces legacy Tri-Service Tactical (TRI-TAC) ...

  10. Wireless Warriors Secure in Their Knowledge

    ... vision. “The future for the Army is migrating to an end-to-end IP encryption standard and architecture,” says Dr. Edward M. ... the Internet over an 802.11 protocol, up to a satellite and back down over some local country’s network, and finally through a tactical ...

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