Communications


ONR, Marines blend logistics into Agile Bloodhound

The annual test of real-time collaboration tools pushes the Corps toward mobile networking goal.

Record-breaking terahertz circuit could open new bands of the spectrum

DARPA's trillion-cycles-per-second TMIC, officially recognized by Guinness, could lead to a wave of breakthrough applications.

Army providing communications backbone for Ebola response

The service is deploying tactical networks in West Africa to connect relief organizations that have been working without much infrastructure.

With Army app, units won't have to SWET water needs

Researchers develop an Android smartphone app that helps solve what can be a tricky problem.

Budget pressures push Air Force to mull commercial satellite tracking

Intelsat and others will study commercial provisioning of satellite tracking services under an Air Force contract.

Chris LaPoint SolarWinds

Mobilizing the network? All those data sources can be a real drag

DOD needs to be prepared for the increased network complexity brought on by mobile command posts, UAVs and other data sources, SolarWinds’ Chris LaPoint writes.

These Marines will take Android smartphones into the field

An app for civil assistance missions will streamline data collection and sharing, while replacing manual, paper-based processes.

Air Force’s infrared satellite system gets to the next step

Lockheed and Northrop deliver the payload for the fourth GEO satellite in the Space Based Infrared System.