Security and insecurity issues from 'Little Zeman' to NATO
- In times of war. Falkus, David // Satellite Communications;May99, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p32
Comments on the role of satellite technology in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) peace campaign in Kosovo, Serbia. Roles of the technology on the peace campaign; View of Philip Baker, technical director of Rapco Electronics Ltd., regarding Global Positioning System (GPS).
- Is NATO's expansion a good market for electronics firms? Bruner, Richard // Electronic News;02/23/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2207, p40
Analyzes the impact of the expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Eastern Europe on the communication industry in the region. Estimated expenditure of the US Defense Department for the acquisition of communications systems in the region; Financial support extended by the US to...
- NATO challenges interoperability. // Communications News;Oct2000, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p96
Focuses on the interoperability of the communication systems division of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Consultation, Command and Control Agency. Network challenge faced by the military organization in 2000; Program of the Maritime Communications Project; Testing of the NettGain...
- Cyber-Hostilities. Lok, Joris Janssen // Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/31/2008, Vol. 168 Issue 13, p45
The article announces that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will adopt a new cyber-defense policy that will be presented to the 26 alliance nations during the summit in Bucharest, Romania. It aims to intensify existing efforts to protect NATO's own communication and information...
- Turkey to purchase additional top-priority F-35 Joint Strike Fighters; U.S. invites Turkey to join NATO missile shield against Iran; Tactical wideband system would allow soldiers to transmit video. // Geo-Strategy Direct;10/28/2009, p8
The article offers news briefs related to military technology. Turkey's Defense Industry Undersecretariat intends to purchase up to 120 joint strike fighter F-35s from Lockheed Martin. The U.S. officials had stated that Turkey is among the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies...
- Five nations test coalition communications. Hedgepeth, Rob // Army Communicator;Spring2003, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p27
This article presents information about the Communications Interoperability Demonstration (CID) Borealis conducted by five nations in June 2002 in Kingston, Ontario under the auspices of the American, British, Canadian and Australian (ABCA) Armies Standardization Program. The ABCA program...
- Five giants get tactical. // Professional Engineering;08/11/99, Vol. 12 Issue 15, p15
Reports that five giant defense companies have joined forces in a joint venture to work on North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) standards for tactical communication systems entering service after 2005. Joint venture called Tac One.
- Aiming at a Moving Target. Ackerman, Robert K. // Signal;Sep2013, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p6
The article focuses on the effort of North Atlantic Treaty Organizations (NATO) to advance their communications and information system.
- NATO Special Forces Taps Mutualink for Global Cross Coalition Communications. // Wireless Satellite & Broadcasting;Jul2012, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p4
The article informs that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Special Operations Forces (SOF) Headquarters has selected the telecommunications company Mutualink Inc. as its official interoperable communications platform. NATO SOF coalition partners will be able to use advanced...