Protected Optical/RF hybrid LPI LPD LPE machine to machine/human communications [video]
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NPS CS Department and Moves Institute have developed Network Optional Warfare (NOW), Laser Optical MiMo QR and Laser Morse code nLoS LPI LPD LPE communications. As the use of unmanned systems grows ethical policies and battle directives will have a more rapid tempo. RF denied battle spaces will be the norm rather than isolated. Optical Morse code for single beam laser/RF hybrid communications will provide a machine to machine (M2M) and machine to human Electromagnetic resilient alternative. This is a five domain and boundary technology. Space, airborne, terrestrial, marine/surface and subsea. This Optical and hybrid RF Optical (RFO) has frequency and spatial diversity providing more EM resilience. NPS CS Department has already demonstrated working prototypes or MIMO optical QR code and Morse code laser signaling through air/water. See links below for a demonstration of each. https://drive.google.com/folderviewid=1mMsXQPsWKEG3hMzpfRuNIvzKZr1gQbwQ NPS streaming QR code demo LEWatch "NPS Morse Code Demo" on YouTube https://youtu.be/sLWZLHQHem4
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