ARL researchers using quantum entanglement to move images and data say the technology could lead to handheld teleportation-exfiltration devices.
Heads-up display software could appeal to gamers, military trainers.
WIN-T, the centerpiece for the service's mobile tactical communications, rolls on in face of fiscal realities.
The service is launching a “radio marketplace” for Rifleman Radios as it ramps up its purchasing plans.
The system, called SULSAT, would provide streaming video and images, giving everyone from foot soldiers to company commanders the same view.
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey has a point about saying “remotely piloted aircraft” rather than “unmanned” or the dreaded “drone.” But it might be too late to do anything about it.
Drone maker General Atomics is teaming with Germany's Rhode & Schwartz to add European-certified radios to its Predator unmanned aircraft.
The Joint Staff’s “Bold Quest” exercise puts interoperable tactical communications to the test.