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RESOLVING DEVELOPMENT RISKS IN THE ARMY NETWORKED COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITIES IS KEY TO FIELDING FUTURE FORCE  

The Army does not expect to fully mature the technologies for WIN-T— communications equipment that supports an expanded area of battlefield operations and interfaces with JTRS radios—when production begins in March 2006. Moreover, the compressed schedule assumes nearly flawless execution and does not allow sufficient time for correcting problems. Significant interdependencies among the critical technologies further increase overall program risk. The program was directed to ...Read more >

49 Pages
1.21 MB
CYBER SECURITY TO THE EDGE  

15 Pages
4.61 MB
BUILDING THE NETWORK CENTRIC ARMY ENTERPRISE : NETWORK AND APPLICATION SERVICES VISION FOR THE CORPS OF SIGNALS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EVOLVING  

The Army operational vision and doctrine call for rapid network centric capability development. Individual user aspirations are increasingly drawn from the public networks with their rapid evolution into collaborative, media rich platforms. On the other hand, the enterprise requirements favour security and reliability. The Corps of Signals, as the Armys information services provider, needs to grapple with the rapid changes in the demands of enterprise users while ensuring that the individual ...Read more >

31 Pages
8.39 MB
COMMERCIAL CELLULAR ARCHITECTURE FOR DISMOUNTED BATTLE COMMAND  

Shoot, move, communicate. These are the critical actions a dismounted combat unit must be able to perform in order to be effective on the battlefield. Of these three actions, communication is the most important because it precedes and directs how a dismounted unit shoots and moves. Communication is also key in coordinating combat and logistics support. Unfortunately,the current communications systems in use are much more effective for mounted units than dismounted units. Our mission is to ...Read more >

50 Pages
3.28 MB
AN EMERGING DOD M AND S ENTERPRISE DATA STRATEGY  

Modeling and Simulation (MandS) has become more powerful and less expensive to implement due to dramatic advances in the underlying technologies. However, with resources within the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on the decline and rapidly changing Department priorities, it remains essential to find improved ways to develop and field new M and S and training systems while maintaining current systems. The rapid expansion of the use of M&S data, services and tools, along with improved processes ...Read more >

11 Pages
1.03 MB
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION : PROJECT ASCON PHASE IV  

Army Static Switched Communication Network (ASCON) is the digital secure Backbone network of Indian Army supporting and providing voice, video and data services to the subscribers. It is a project of national importance being executed in phases under the Ministry of Defence (MoD). An ATM based network established in Phase-III is currently in operation. In accordance with the plan for phased expansion of the network,Directorate General of Signals (Indian Army) plans an extension of ASCON ...Read more >

35 Pages
1.02 MB
MANAGING IPV6 NETWORKS  

For nearly two decades the dominant networking protocol has been the Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4). However, within the next three to five years the Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) is likely to make significant inroads in the networking space. This will be especially true in certain market segments and locations. Driving some of the early interest in IPv6 was the perceived exhaustion of address space in IPv4. Although this is still an issue (primarily in Asia), it is really ...Read more >

10 Pages
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NETWORK EVALUATOR  

The Navy Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) program, which will consolidate and enhance five shipboard legacy network programs to provide a common computing environment infrastructure for command, control, intelligence and logistics applications, has passed a significant engineering milestone. Critical design reviews (CDR) have been completed for the two competing CANES systems being developed by Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors and Northrop Grumman ...Read more >

40 Pages
10.99 MB
IPV6-EMPOWERING GENERATION NEXT IP-COMMUNICATIONS  

IPv6 networks becoming more reality and commercial deployments happening around the globe, there have been tremendous movements in emerging towards the direction and common infrastructure based on Internet protocol version 6. In this paper we provide the comprehensive wave towards IPv6 networks its standards, business drivers and applicability areas along with a business case and strategies for deployment.The Internet Protocol was introduced in the ARPANET in the mid-1970s. The version of IP in ...Read more >

8 Pages
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ANSWERS FOR NATIONAL SECURITY  

A challenge of the first importance The first decade of the new millennium has been characterized by volatile economic shifts and climatic change, but one issue has dominated the media and the political agenda – security. The events of September 2001 brought the dilemma of security in a global age into every living room, while ongoing conflict and recurrent security threats continue to dictate public discourse. Growing diversity and complexity As the once discrete zones of defense and civil ...Read more >

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1.91 MB
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