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After initial Hype and amid Cyber Warfare threat, Network Centric Warfare approach is now being adopted realistically in various Militaries

As the 21st Century battlefield becomes increasingly complex and asymmetrical, military forces are striving to harness network technology to gain an operational advantage, by transforming traditional linear command structures and linking sensors, unmanned vehicles, command posts and ground troops to achieve decision superiority for full spectrum dominance.   Network Centric …

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DARPA DSO’s Disruptioneering accelerating innovation of most radical and potentially highest-payoff ideas for currently fielded platforms and building new capabilities for future systems.

DARPA’s Defense Sciences Office (DSO)—whose mission is to identify and pursue high-risk, high-payoff research initiatives across a broad spectrum of science and engineering disciplines—launched  Disruptioneering in Spring 2017  which pushes for faster identification and exploration of bold and risky ideas with the goal of accelerating scientific discovery. The goal of …

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Corona virus or COVID-19 widely impacted World’s economy, geopolitics, military to technology and industry

More than 248 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 5 million have died, according to a Reuters tally.   From herpes and legionnaires’ disease in the 1970s, to AIDS, Ebola, the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), and now Covid-19, contagious diseases continue …

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DSO, called as DARPA’s DARPA identifies and pursues high-risk, high-payoff research initiatives to help U.S. win important technology races in hypersonics, space, autonomy, energetics, and stabilization.

DARPA’s Defense Sciences Office (DSO) identifies and pursues high-risk, high-payoff research initiatives across a broad spectrum of science and engineering disciplines and transforms them into important, new game-changing technologies for U.S. national security. Current DSO themes include frontiers in math, computation and design, limits of sensing and sensors, complex social …

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Hollow-core optical fibers enable secure communications in data centers, accurate sensing gyro for Aerospace applications

Conventional optical fibers are fabulously successful, but they have profound limitations. They contain a glass core at the center of the fiber through which light is transmitted. However, not only does this glass center limit the speed of the light as it passes through, but it also adversely affects other …

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Emerging technologies enabling Robotic suits for paralyzed people and military Exoskeletons for soldiers

A robotic suit that gives the wearer superhuman powers sounds like the stuff of science fiction. But technology like that is making the leap from fantasy to reality. A powered exoskeleton (also known as power armor, powered armor, powered suit, exoframe, hardsuit, or exosuit) is a wearable mobile machine that …

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Navies modernize Submarine Electronic Warfare through new technologies for successful missions

Much of our submarine mission time today is devoted to battle space preparation.  The Key attributes of a successful mission are: Acquiring awareness of militarily significant events in the battlespace – status of enemy forces, operations, facilities, weather, terrain, and the electromagnetic spectrum and providing timely information required by the …

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DARPA GRIT program developing compact, tunable Gamma ray source for advanced accelerator technology, high-energy laser systems, and new x-ray and gamma ray detectors

Gamma rays are ionizing electromagnetic radiation, obtained by the decay of an atomic nucleus. Gamma rays are given off by stars, and by some radioactive substances. Gamma-rays travel to us across vast distances of the universe, only to be absorbed by the Earth’s atmosphere. Different wavelengths of light penetrate the Earth’s …

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Surface-acoustic-wave (SAW) and bulk-acoustic-wave (BAW) Filters will be disruptor in the military RF and microwave industries

The complexity of current 4G/5G phones comes from the need to cover multiple bands. Modern modems like the ones used in mobile phones are compatible with multiple transmission bands, including 3G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The radio frequency front-end (RFFE) section of cellphone includes components like antennas, LNAs, filters, …

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DARPA N3 developed Nonsurgical Brain Machine Interfaces for soldiers to use their thoughts alone to control multiple unmanned vehicles or a bomb disposal robot on battlefield

The brain-computer interface (BCI) allows people to use their thoughts to control not only themselves, but the world around them. BCI enables a bidirectional communication between a brain and an external device, bidirectional generally includes direct neural readout and feedback and direct neural write-in.   Over the past two decades, …

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