• should have their vulnerabilities to UWB RF impulse disruption signals evaluated and mitigated where practical. Particular attention should be given encryption systems and emerging microelectromechanical systems technologies.
  • The Department of the Navy should encourage its own intelligence activities as well as National-level7 intelligence activities to make it a high priority to track the proliferation of UWB RF impulse technologies.
  • The Department of the Navy should make every effort to enter into cooperative activities in support of the recently formed presidential commission for protection of critical national infrastructure components as their protection will ensure that naval force uses will continue to be robust in times of military conflicts.


The term ''National" refers to those systems, resources, and assets controlled by the U.S. government, but not limited to the Department of Defense (DOD).

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