Sep 19 - 20

Alexandria, VA

Mary M. Gates Learning Center

An agile approach to modernizing secure, networked, and interoperable tactical communications systems through discussions and debates on topics including: 1. SATCOM on-the-move - Including Wideband Global SATCOM 4, and MUOS-1 2. Radio Communications - SDRs, including cognitive jamming/anti-jamming techniques 3. Spectrum Management -Dynamic spectrum access and cognitive designs 4. Antennas for Tactical Communication - Innovation and design to meet tomorrow’s demands including integration for C4I initiatives 5.. Cellular Networks, Mobile Devices and Applications for Tactical Edge Users - Integrating smart phones and other mobile devices into force structures 6. Airborne Tactical Networks - Software Reprogrammable Payload (SRP) for creating a full-featured radio frequency (RF) system - Tactical Command Data Links (TCDL) for UAVS 7 Shipboard Communications -Including meeting the growing demand for low-latency networks in submarine systems

U.S. Military Services, U.S. Government Agencies, Academia, U.S. Private Sector Industry Service Providers

Registration Opens: 06/26/2012

Contact Name: Lisa Madison

ph: 1-347-732-5326 email:

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Defense Strategies Institute

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