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Harris and BAE Systems have recently demonstrated a self-forming, self-healing mobile network capability using a Highband Networking Radio (HNR) system co-developed by Harris and BAE Systems that features directive beam technology. According to the team, directive beaming extends range, improves throughput and enhances spectrum efficiency. HNR technology provides fully mobile, high-bandwidth connectivity at speeds of more than 30 megabits/sec. The two companies demonstrated HNR's VoIP, video teleconferencing, high-definition video and e-mail transmissions using the US Army's Joint Network Nodes to simulate multiple tactical operations centres. Harris suggests that HNR has potential for application to the US Army's Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, the FCS programme, the US Navy's Forcenet and Nato's Medium Extended Air Defense System, among others.
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Title Annotation:Digest
Publication:Armada International
Date:Apr 1, 2007
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