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After 5G, now 6G research race to satisfy Military’s growing requirements to gather, analyze, and share information rapidly

With every generation of communications technology, the focus of the network changes. The 2G and 3G eras centered on human-to-human communication through voice and text. 4G heralded a fundamental shift to the massive consumption of data, while the 5G era has turned its focus on connecting the Internet of Things …

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Militaries moving from C4ISR and C5ISR to C6ISR

Success in traditional warfighting domains now requires mastering the Information Environment, which includes the electrometric spectrum, space, cyber domain, and the data that crosses them. Rapid data-enhanced decision-making, which increases lethality, defines warfare in the Information Age. Success depends on rapidly understanding the environment and enemy to make decisions faster …

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Remote Security Assessment System (RSAS)

Network vulnerabilities are an increasingly common issue in today’s highly complex computing environments. With exploit attacks appearing faster than ever before, it has become significantly more challenging for organizations to protect against attacks. Only if users could discover these vulnerabilities in their network and proactively get ready before attackers take action, can the losses …

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5G Standards require compliant testing and new Test and Measurement solutions for Assurance

People demand the best in performance when it comes to wireless technology. New 5G advancements allow speeds up to 100 times faster than existing cellular connections and latency in the 1-millisecond range, 5G will even surpass the current capabilities of physical fiber optics.   5G technology is driving major changes …

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Network simulation Software for Wireless Networks including 5G

In computer network research, network simulation is a technique whereby a software program replicates the behavior of a real network. A network simulator is a software program that can predict the performance of a computer network or a wireless communication network.   Since communication networks have become too complex for …

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Wireless consumer Electronics product design and testing RF/ Over The Air (OTA) measurement systems/chambers

Consumer Electronics product design and development has come a long way from traditional product development. Earlier, product development involved a semi-conductor company building a reference design around a brought out silicon/processor and promoting it in the targeted market segment. Some examples include semiconductor companies like Texas Instruments and Analog Devices, …

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Unhackable Global Quantum Internet now feasible based on Quantum Teleportation breakthroughs

Quantum technology (QT) applies quantum mechanical properties such as quantum entanglement, quantum superposition, and No-cloning theorem to quantum systems such as atoms, ions, electrons, photons, or molecules. Quantum bit is the basic unit of quantum information.  Whereas in a classical system, a bit is either in one state or the another. …

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DARPA MINC devloping intelligent networks based on software-defined networking for Multi Domain warfare

Collection and sharing of information, as well as command and control, are essential parts of all military operations. Communication networks over which to collect and share information as well as to command and control forces and weapons are a central part of all military operations. The Network enables the mission …

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Communication networks technology trends and Market

A communication network in its simplest form is a set of equipment and facilities to provide service by transfer of information between users located at various locations.   Communication networks have evolved from telegraph networks that operated at tenths of bits per second to modern optical systems, which are operated …

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TCP/IP Model and protocols

Protocols are sets of rules for message formats and procedures that allow machines and application programs to exchange information. These rules must be followed by each machine involved in the communication in order for the receiving host to be able to understand the message.   Basic protocol functions include segmentation …

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