Implementation of phased array antenna technology providing a wireless local area network to enhance port security and Maritime interdiction operations
Rivas, Andrew P.
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This thesis will focus on field testing to evaluate the feasibility of employing electronically steered (phased array) antennas to provide a ship-to-shore wireless network connection (802.11g) for littoral maritime assets. Specific areas being examined included the evaluation of voice, video, and other data transmitted from a maritime interdiction team, in real time, to a remote command and control center in support of a Visit Board Search and Seizure (VBSS) and Maritime Interdiction Operations (MIO).
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