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  1. Russian Electronic Warfare Targets NATO Assets

    ... (EMS). These total package systems are designed to be highly mobile and include small units deployable by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). ... and possessed some Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) units. Among the lessons they learned was that Russian ...

  2. President's Commentary: EW Puts Technology-Based Forces at Risk

    ... is underpinned by networks, which often are empowered by the radio frequency (RF) spectrum. An enemy that employs an RF attack on those ... for example, has demonstrated its willingness to employ mobile jammers with supporting forces during operations in Crimea and Ukraine. ...

  3. Extending Tactical Communications

    ... the future, Army officials intend to provide soldiers with a radio capable of using both the Soldier Radio Waveform, which the Rifleman ... But the Manpack radio also can operate on the Navy’s Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) waveform, which communicates well beyond ...

  4. U.S. Army Seeks Low-Detection Waveforms

    ... the area of tactical command, control and communications is radio waveforms that are difficult to detect and intercept. Gary Martin, ... as an improved Soldier Network Extension, which provides mobile satellite communications. “We’ve significantly shrunk it and can now ...

  5. Army Battles Adversaries, Limitations in Cyberspace

    ... to sense a network’s existence. In a couple of years, if a radio can sense a network but cannot join it, it will receive the products it ... to do so, he said. Gen. Lundy said the Army needs better mobile communications that are easier to set up and use on the move. The ...

  6. The Internet Of Things Takes Shape

    ... Operations ( N-ZERO ) program, in which the RF stands for radio frequency, may do just that. The Defense Advanced Research Projects ... Sensors are proliferating and already are found in mobile devices, automobiles, industrial control systems, medical devices and ...

  7. Army Envisions Network of 2040

    ... be in use now, including transmission technologies such as radio frequency, satellite, fiber, microwave and Wi-Fi. Others include the much-anticipated fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks, which are still in the planning stages, as well as undeveloped ...

  8. Established Programs Are Top System Priorities

    ... 2, which serves as the backbone network for the Army’s mobile network capability. It is being fielded first to active components, ... for the mounted maneuver Mid-tier Networking Vehicular Radio, which constitutes a terrestrial backbone for the Army’s satellite ...

  9. For Army C3, Better Also Must Be Simpler

    ...  Soldiers conduct a customer test of a Manpack radio to see how its diverse capabilities perform under a variety of ... with other Army commands and actual divisions to prototype mobile command post capabilities. Two technologies have shown significant ...

  10. President's Commentary: Tactical C4I Technologies Impel Force Improvements

    New communications and information system technologies being designed and deployed for tactical use are doing more ... computers and intelligence (C4I) technologies such as mobile networking, software-defined radios, ... combined arms philosophy. Proliferation of devices using the radio frequency (RF) spectrum has further clouded and confused the situation. ...

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