Cognitive Radio Provides the Foundation for JTRS

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

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Cognitive Radio technology’s security, flexibility, reliability, efficiency and bandwidth allow it to be the cornerstone of the JTRS program.

JTRS Update from Military Embedded Systems

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

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Military Embedded Systems published a very good article covering both the current status of the JTRS program and a little bit of history.  If you’re involved in JTRS and/or SDR, you’ll enjoy this informative piece.

Altair’s O²P SDR Processor at the Heart of Harris’ New LTE Device

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

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Harris’ new MBC-100 “Mobile Subscriber Device” is based on some impressive sounding technology from Altair Semiconductor — the O²P Software Defined Radio processor.

Software Defined EVERYTHING!

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

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While we may like to toss around the term “Software Defined XYZ”, the truth is that all modern systems are the result of careful tradeoffs between hardware and software.  Grant Martin shares his perspectives on the topic.

Finnish Defense Forces Adopt EB’s Tactical Wireless IP Network

Monday, September 19th, 2011

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EB, Elektrobit Corporation’s Tactical Wireless IP Network is being deployed by the Finnish Defense Forces.  It looks like some extremely interesting technology.

PrismTech SDR Webcast:  SCA Waveform Design for FPGAs

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

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PrismTech is presenting a webcast on SCA Waveform Design for FPGAs.  I’m looking forward to seeing it.

Sprint Sees the SDR Light

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

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SDR is the keystone of Sprint’s Network Vision overhaul, according to a story on Connected Planet.

SDR Lightens Packs

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

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Humping more than 70 pounds of gear around isn’t exactly the most effective way to fight in the mountains.  Fortunately, the U.S. military is trying to lighten the burden, and SDR has a role to play.

US Army Touts Its “Agile” Approach to the Tactical Network

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

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The Department of Defense’s vision of a theater wide fully integrated voice and data network is getting closer every day.  Now the Army is giving itself kudos for their “agile” approach.  However they choose to describe it, it seems to be working.

Opportunity:  Embedded SW SDR Engr (Germany)

Friday, August 26th, 2011

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If you want to develop some embedded information security software for an SDR project in Germany, this could be your chance.