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3.4.1.3  Source Coding

131

3.4.1.4  Highly Adaptive Systems

133

3.4.2    Security

134

3.4.2.1 Availability of Service

135

3.4.2.2 Confidentiality and Integrity

135

3.4.3 Multimode, Multiband Communications

137

3.4.3.1 Software-Defined Radios

138

3.4.3.2 Co-Site Interference

139

3.5 Defense Technology Policy Issues

141

3.5.1 Implications of Changes in Military Tactics

141

3.5.2 Rapid Infrastructure Deployment

142

3.5.3 Logistics

142

3.5.4 Preparing for Unsophisticated Adversaries

143

3.5.5 Preparing for Sophisticated Adversaries

144

3.6 Summary

144

Notes

145

4 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

149

4.1 History and Challenges of Wireless Communications

149

4.2 Standards Development

152

4.3 Demonstration and Testing Rather Than Development

154

4.4 Procurement

155

4.5 Modeling and Simulation

156

4.6 Network Architecture

158

4.7 Network Security

159

4.8 High-Density Communications Platforms

160

4.9 Software Radios

162

4.10 Smart Antennas

162

4.11 Smart Waveforms

163

4.12 Filter Technology

164

4.13 Novel Components

165

BIBLIOGRAPHY

167

APPENDIXES

 

A Biographies of Committee Members

175

B Briefers to the Committee

180

C Glossary

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