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Software Defined Network (SDN)

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a network architecture approach that enables the network to be intelligently and centrally controlled, or ‘programmed,’ using software applications. This helps operators manage the entire network consistently and holistically, regardless of the underlying network technology.   Software-defined networking (SDN) is the decoupling of the network control logic from the …

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Field programmable gate array (FPGA) for efficient data center systems to military radars and Electronic Warfare systems

All modern personal computers including desktops, notebooks, smartphones, and tablets, are examples of general-purpose computers. General-purpose computing incorporates ‘Von Neumann’ approach, which states that an instruction fetch and a data operation cannot occur simultaneously. Therefore, being sequential machines, their performance is also limited. On the other hand, we have the …

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Software Defined Radio (SDR) technology

A radio is any kind of device that wirelessly transmits or receives signals in the radio frequency (RF) part of the electromagnetic spectrum to facilitate the communication or transfer of information. Software-defined radio (SDR) is a radio communication system where components that have been traditionally implemented in hardware (e.g. mixers, …

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Cloud Computing technology and trends driven by AI & Machine learning, IoT and 5G

Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of IT resources over the internet with pay-as-you-go pricing. You no longer have to manage and maintain your own hardware in your own data centers. Companies that provide cloud services enable users to store files and applications on remote servers and then access all the …

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Virtualization or software-defined Ground Stations enable Satellite Ground Segment as a Service (GSaaS)

General trends for new Space Missions include increasing mission commercialization, the embarkment of higher fidelity sensors, the increasing use of satellite formations/constellations, the reduction of satellite size, mass, and power, and providing end-users with high level and/or Near-Real-Time products (e.g. damage maps).   A trend in future space missions is …

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Satellite Network Management systems (NMS) are evolving to meet commercial and military requirements

Satellite communications represent a cost effective and reliable means of transporting voice, video and data to and from remote locations. The satellite industry is one of those industries where network management plays a key role. Therefore, the requirements for network management solutions for the satellite market are usually very stringent. For …

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Cognitive radio (CR) requirements for 5G, IoT, Space and Military

The information and communication technology industry is today faced with a global challenge: develop new services with improved quality of service (QoS) and at the same time reduce its environmental impact. In addition, the development towards 5G and Beyond (B5G) technologies, the exponential growth in the number of connected objects …

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Emerging Data Center Trends, Innovations, and New Technologies

All data centers are essentially buildings that provides space, power and cooling for network infrastructure. A data center is also known as a datacenter or data centre  is a repository that houses computing facilities like servers, routers, switches and firewalls as well as supporting components like backup equipment, fire suppression facilities …

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Satellite Ground Segment as a Service (GSaaS) driven by New Space requirements

The artificial satellite system has three operational components space segment,  user and ground segments). Space segment comprises the satellite or satellite constellation and the uplink and downlink satellite links. A ground segment consists of all the ground-based elements of a spacecraft system used by operators and support personnel.   The …

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DARPA thrust on Machine Learning Applied to Military Radiofrequency applications

US  considers the Electromagnetic domain that is the electromagnetic spectrum portion of the information environment as a domain of Warfare. Assured access to the RF portion of the electromagnetic spectrum is critical to communications, radar sensing, command and control, time transfer, and geo-location and therefore for conducting military operations. The …

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