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Communications Magazine, IEEE

Issue 7 • Date July 1984

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  • [Front cover and table of contents]

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  • Guest editorial

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  • Broadband network: A user perspective

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  • Telecommunications and processing for military command and control: Meeting user needs in the twenty-first century

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    MILITARY TELECOMMUNICATIONS will have to change significantly in order to support future command and control concepts. Highly automated communications systems will be required which must be able to manage themselves at the network level, as well as the internetwork level, if the survivable architectures required by users are going to be developed. Emerging technology in packet switching, internetwork protocols, automated network management, and artificial intelligence will provide the foundations for building such systems. With these technologies, a military telecommunications and processing environment can be evolved that will readily support distributed and hence survivable command and control in the battlefield of the future. View full abstract»

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  • Emerging telecommunications needs of the card industry

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    THE CARD INDUSTRY offers a wide range of payment system products and services, including credit and charge cards, automatic-teller machine networks, interchange networks, debit card systems, authorization and processing services, and point-of-sale equipment. The trend in the industry is to extend automation in the forms of both on-line and off-line transactional systems to a vastly increased number of points of sale and to personal terminals in business and home locations. To this end, the industry is increasingly interested in interchange among proprietary and industry networks, traffic concentration and other facilities sharing arrangements, conversion of voice traffic to data traffic, use of cable television and other local-loop bypass options, integration of public packet-switched networks with private networks, and enhanced transactional security and authentication. View full abstract»

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  • Book reviews - Fast transforms, analysis and applications

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  • Book reviews - Probability and stochastic processes for engineers

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  • Book reviews - Local networks, an introduction

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  • Book reviews - World atlas of satellites

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  • Future conferences

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  • Solution to CommuniCrostic No. 22

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IEEE Communications Magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications systems (PCS), ISDN, and more.

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