Frequency Management Database Model (FMDM) for the Korean Army Communication System at the regiment unit level
Park, Nai Soo
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This thesis provides a Frequency Management Database Model ( FMDM) for the Republic of Korea Army (ROKA) Communication System. The FMDM uses a personal computer to increase the efficiency of the frequency management system at the regiment unit level in the Korean Army. A signal officer in the ROKA can use the FMDM for the allocation, planning, and distribution of radio frequencies, in order to achieve the optimum use of the frequency spectrum. A discussion of security has been included in this thesis so that both the hardware and software of the FMDM are protected. Keywords: Frequency management, Database model, Korean army communications, Communications traffic
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