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BMC3. And JTIDS certainly does have good antijam properties, which would be essential in such tasks. On the other hand, JTIDS provides a poor starting point for this concept, partly because JTIDS networks have proven extremely difficult to plan and configure, but mainly because thus far JTIDS radios are extremely expensive. It is certainly possible that both problems could be overcome, but the solution would certainly be much easier if a different starting point were adopted.



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