Military Wireless Communications (MWC)
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The research is driven by the lack of communication capabilities observed by front-line troops, while providing disaster relief, humanitarian assistance, or conducting full-scale combat operations. Traditionally, the U.S. and Allied ground troops are briefed a mission order, allocated specific communication assets, and deployed to diverse austere environments. Since communication failures and compromises have increasing potential with mission importance, the level of sophistication is significantly geared toward security and reliability. Therefore, communication capabilities are limited to prevent expediential cost increases. Our research goal is to increase the communication capabilities, maintain security and reliability, and reduce the overall cost.
NPS Cebrowski Institute
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