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Military Communications Conference - Progress in Spread Spectrum Communications, 1982. MILCOM 1982. IEEE

Date 17-20 Oct. 1982

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  • [Cover]

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s): C1
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  • 1982 IEEE Military Communications Conference

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s): i
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  • Copyright page

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s): ii
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  • Contents

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s): iii
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  • MILCOM'82 Executive Committee

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s): iv
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  • Patrons

    Publication Year: 1982
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  • Schedule of Sessions

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):vi - vii
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  • [Breaker pages]

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s): viii
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  • Papers Presented at MILCOM'82

    Publication Year: 1982
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  • Author index

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):xxxii - xxxviii
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  • Army Spread Spectrum - Evolution or Revolution

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):4.1-1 - 4.1-8
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    The Army is currently developing a variety of ground based tactical communications systems intended to support the needs of the soldier on the automated battlefield of the 1990's. These new systems employ wideband digital techniques to support requirements for speed and volume of data transfer, and have turned to spread spectrum for the Anti-jam (AJ) protection required for survivability under the... View full abstract»

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  • Design Tradeoffs for Frequency Hopped VHF Net Radios

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):4.2-1 - 4.2-6
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    Army Combat Net Radio (CNR) poses a unique set of operational and equipment requirements when compared to those of non-military users. A new generation of radios presently in development must provide all the capabilities of the current radios plus several new ones, notably an active ECCM capability. This paper illustrates how the ECCM design is driven by the electronic warfare threat and by the de... View full abstract»

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  • Antenna Multiplexer for VHF Frequency Hopping Radios

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):4.3-1 - 4.3-6
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    With the use of a manually tuned transceiver multiplexer*, it is no longer necessary for each fixed frequency transceiver at an Army command site to require erection of a separate mast-mounted antenna. This has greatly increased the commander's mobility. However, these manually tuned transceiver multiplexers are incompatible with the frequency hopping ECCM technique which is to be incorporated int... View full abstract»

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  • Propagation Measurements for UHF Spread Spectrum Communications

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):4.4-1 - 4.4-7
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    The analysis and prediction of UHF spread spectrum communications system performance in tactical environments has revealed a great deal of uncertainty relating to the applicability of narrowband propagation models and the effects of terrain irregularity and vegetation on broadband signals. This paper presents an overview of an ongoing Army program utilizing wideband pulse response measurements to ... View full abstract»

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  • Spread Spectrum EMC: Measurements and Analysis

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):4.5-1 - 4.5-4
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    Measurements have been made of a spread spectrum transmitter as an interference source to conventional receivers. The measurements provide data to permit some validation of models for EMC analysis. This paper discusses one set of results. View full abstract»

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  • Network Synchronization Initialization Performance of a TDMA System in the Ground Environment

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):4.6-1 - 4.6-5
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    Results from a digital computer simulation of a network of approximately 50 nodes, typifying a spread spectrum time division multiple access (TDMA) system such as the Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS), in a ground environment, are presented, and discussed. The results apply to initialization performance of network synchronization. The results provide an insight into network ma... View full abstract»

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  • Advanced Technology Testbeds for Distributed, Survivable Command, Control and Communications (C3)

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):10.2-1 - 10.2-13
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    Two testbeds have been established to transfer emerging technology from the research community to the military thereby providing a basis for developing new military concepts for force effectiveness and survivability. Although still emerging, these technologies are now being presented to the user to make it possible to investigate (today) command, control and communications (C3) concepts... View full abstract»

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  • Multiple Control Stations in Packet Radio Networks

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):10.3-1 - 10.3-5
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    This paper presents a design recently implemented by the Packet Radio project for control of large networks. The network is built on a carrier sense, multiple access broadcast channel and is populated with mobile store and forward nodes known as packet radio units, or PRs. Until recently, the packet radio network operated with centralized routing controlled by one node, the station. To increase th... View full abstract»

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  • A Distributed Routing Design for a Broadcast Environment

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):10.4-1 - 10.4-5
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    In this paper, we will present the need for distributed network control in a packet radio environment, the criteria used for its evaluation, and an overview of the network algorithms chosen to maintain routing information and to route user traffic. The routing algorithm, known as tiered rings, functions by building a distributed tree of shortest path routes to each packet radio in the network. The... View full abstract»

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  • A Low-Cost Spread-Spectrum Packet Radio

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):10.5-1 - 10.5-5
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    The goal of the Low Cost Packet Radio (LPR) Program funded by DARPA, via a contract through CECOM, Contract No. DAAK80-81-C-0213, and being developed by Hazeltine Corporation, is a packet radio unit with low cost, low weight, low volume, low power, and high reliability. The LPR consists of a digitally controlled spread spectrum radio and a microprocessor acting as a packet switch. It is to be used... View full abstract»

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  • Coherent Signal Processing for Packet Radio

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):10.7-1 - 10.7-5
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    An advanced demodulation technique has been devised for the Low Cost Packet Radio (LCPR) under contract to CECOM/DARPA No. DAAK 80-81-C-0213. First, a brief introduction on packet radio signal format is given, then the design of the acquisition processor is presented. The impact of noise and multipath on demodulator options - standard DPSK with noncoherent integration, and PSK with a quasi-coheren... View full abstract»

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  • Long Range MILSATCOM Architecture

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):11.1-1 - 11.1-5
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    The current MILSATCOM assets are reviewed and assessed with regard to the ultimate military potential of the satellite transmission medium. Examples are presented showing why the future use of satellite communication will be impacted by geopolitical trends and re-directions in national policy. The key military issue is surviving and enduring communication over the entire spectrum of conflict level... View full abstract»

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  • EHF SATCOM Terminal Antennas

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):18.1-1 - 18.1-10
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    The Department of Defense (DOD) MILSATCOM community is rapidly moving toward deployment of Extremely High Frequency (EHF) earth terminals by the late 1980's. As a result, the communications system tradeoffs have solidified into more meaningful terminal specifications, including antenna requirements. Some aspects of antenna requirements at the selected EHF have not been encountered or emphasized in... View full abstract»

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  • Low Life Cycle Cost EHF MILSATCOM Terminal Concepts

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):18.2-1 - 18.2-5
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    Evolution of MILSATCOM terminals utilizing the EHF/SHF (40/20 GHz) frequency band places high demands on the terminal architecture and equipment design to provide required performance consistent with affordable life cycle costs. Factors influencing the terminal architecture and design include covert operation in the presence of a high jamming environment. These requirements are generally achievabl... View full abstract»

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  • Applications of Fiber Optics for MILSATCOM Earth Terminals

    Publication Year: 1982, Page(s):18.3-1 - 18.3-6
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