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THE FIBER DISTRIBUTED DATA INTERFACE  

Over three years ago,the American Ntional Standards Institute began work in committee to specify a standard token ring computer network based on optical fibers.The Fiber Distributed Data Interface hereafter referred to as FDDI-is the emerging standard which sets out the results of their work.As the product of a group effort by many commercial vendors,the FDDI document can be expected to standardize all commercially developed,fiber based computer networks. R531 has followed the work of the ANSI ...Read more >

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BASIC SIGNAL LEADER INFORMATION  

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TANNENBERG : THE FIRST USE OF SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE IN MODERN WARFARE  

The battle of Tannenberg on 27-30 August 1914 led to a major German victory over Russian forces at the onset of World War I. Wireless radio was still a new technology. While many factors contributed to the Russians' disjointed invasion of Prussia, key to the German victory were intercepts of Russian communications to include detailed operational and tactical orders.This paper will review some of the events leading up to the battle then center on the battle itself examining the role of signals ...Read more >

37 Pages
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COMBAT NET RADIO  

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THE MYTH OF DOING MORE WITH LESS : THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON AN ORGANIZATION  

Information dominates our society and the way we do business. Organizations use electronic mail (E-mail) to communicate worldwide with clients. The Internet and World Wide Web (WWW) sites are flourishing, with information accessed with amazing speed across worldwide links. The Air Force has even cited Information Superiority as one of its core competencies. In many organizations, use of the network and Internet have become indispensable, resulting in a demand they be 100 percent ...Read more >

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TACTICAL BATTLEFIELD COMMUNICATIONS  

At the outset of this study, the Task Force observed that there was no such thing as just tactical communications. Rather, it saw requirements for conducting military operations in two major theaters of war as well as for conducting a wide variety of other missions. It also saw emerging requirements for a telecommunication infrastructure to support rapid force projection,early entry, reachback/split-base and high mobility operations. Furthermore, Joint Vision 2010 (JV2010) assumed information ...Read more >

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THE DIMMING OF JOINT VISION 2020 : A CONCERN THAT THE LACK OF MILITARY SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS WILL IMPEDE THE FUTURE FORCE  

Given the lack of political will to reverse the drawdowns of the military force structure of the 1990s, our National Military Strategy will continue to emphasize a strategy based on the ability to project forces quickly and as lightly as possible. Joint Vision 2020 (JV2020) articulates that in future warfare information superiority is a fundamental enabler to successful operations. To achieve information superiority, it will be crucial that the deployed warfighter has extensive communications ...Read more >

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THE NATIONAL SECURITY IMPLICATIONS OF INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS FROM  

The increased presence of Chinese telecommunications products and services in the American marketplace is the result of bilateral investment between the United States and China. Chinese companies have offered U.S. investors opportunities to balance risk and gain potentially higher rates of return by participating in the worlds fastestgrowing emerging ...Read more >

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WIRELESS TDMA MESH NETWORKS  

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ISAF DCOS COMMUNICATION OVERVIEW  

Plan, coordinate, execute, and assess all communication efforts in order to increase public perceptions of legitimacy for both NATO Ė ISAF and GIRoA, undermine insurgent messages, and inspire the Afghan population to play an increasingly active role in their own security, governance, and development. ...Read more >

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THE PRESIDENTíS NATIONAL SECURITY TELECOMMUNICATIONS ADVISORY COMMITTEE   

The Federal Government has long recognized the importance of the delivery of national security and emergency preparedness (NS/EP) traffic regardless of the condition of and circumstances surrounding the communications ...Read more >

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ANALYSIS OF OVER-THE-HORIZON TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS IN AN IMMATURE THEATER  By SAMUEL EUGENE SINCLAIR

This qualitative research in the field of over-the-horizon (OTH) voice communications,for maneuver forces at echelons below division, aims to use grounded theory and axial coding to address feasibility for increasing the militaryís tactical OTH ...Read more >

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