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WIN-T Increment 2 achieves first successful combat patrol with on-the-move networking in Afghanistan

The first Brigade-level deployment of the General Dynamics-built Warfighter Information Network – Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2, the Soldier’s Network, is successfully supporting soldiers with the 4th Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (4/10) in Afghanistan. Their mission, supporting Afghan security forces, involves communications across dispersed forces in some of the most rugged, remote locations in Afghanistan.


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Modular Solutions Underpinned by Solid State Technologies Build Momentum behind GaN at DSEI 2013

From a radar and EW perspective, DSEI 2013 demonstrated the strides that solid state technologies, with GaN in particular, have made in terms of performance, reliability and cost to become established enabling technologies for next generation systems. By being able to combine these technologies in modular solutions, we may see faster development and deployment of systems, coupled with lower through life costs. What will be the future for military RF technologies?
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2013 DSEI: A force to be reckoned with

When the 2013 Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) that took place at the Excel exhibition centre in London from 10 to 13 September with claims to bring together the ‘entire’ defence and security, it is hard to argue otherwise. The biennial event attracted 1,500 international , suppliers from more than 50 countries, a larger number of international pavilions, including South Korea, Brazil, India, Australia, UK, USA and six new dedicated seminar theatres offering free educational sessions and showcases. There were specialised air, naval, land, security, medical and unmanned zones, expanded live waterborne and unmanned systems demonstrations and static vehicle displays for the land, air and naval sectors.
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AEHF expands global communications for allied missions

The Netherlands has become the second Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) international partner to communicate using the Lockheed Martin-produced satellite system. During July testing, for the first time three nations used the system simultaneously as The Netherlands connected to U.S., Canadian and domestic terminals.


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