Playing A Heightened Role In National Security
- Bring Back the Privateer. Winters, David Douglas // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Apr2002, Vol. 128 Issue 4, p112
Reports the decline of the U.S. to close the door on the constitutional privilege of privateering. Role of Coast Guard for national security; Advantage of privateers on modern communications technology; Legitimization of privateering legislation.
- Al Qaeda on the Western Front. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR Wireless News;6/17/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 24, p12
Focuses on the role of the wireless telecommunication industry in the promotion of national security in the U.S. Implication of accounting scandals; Initiative of the U.S. government for a comprehensive national broadband policy.
- Don't Trust that Tower. FRIEDRICH, NANCY K. // Microwaves & RF;Oct2014, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p13
The author reflects on the threat being posed by rogue cell towers on national security by citing reference to the article "Rogue cell towers discovered in Washington, D.C." and mentions that due to threat the U.S. Congress asked the U.S. Federal Communications Commissionto address the issue.
- Home Tech Battle Will Impact Home Security. Zalud, Bill // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing;Feb2002, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p14
Focuses on the effect of the security conflict in the telecommunication industry on national security in the U.S. Confrontations between cable and satellite firms; Influence of the conflict on the security industry; Context of the 1996 Telecommunications Act.
- I WANT YOUR TELCO SERVICES. Rhemann, Maureen; Rhemann, Joe // Rural Telecommunications;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p38
Discusses the role of rural telecommunications in supporting the interoperability of computer networks and homeland security in the U.S. Information on rural communication in Montana and tribal nations located in the borders between the U.S. and Canada and the U.S. and Mexico; Goals of the...
- Don't bet the ranch on homeland security funding. Jasin, Mark // Mobile Radio Technology;May2005, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p42
The article presents the author's views on radio communication in the field of public safety. The author says that the radio communication industry in the field of public safety is healthy, as it has got a boost from money for homeland security. The author also says that it should be noted that...
- Pentagon may want 3G spectrum for protection. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR;09/07/98, Vol. 17 Issue 36, p8
Look at how the United States Pentagon is looking to protect telecommunication networks in the United States after launching a secret exercise code named `Eligible Receiver,' which highlighted that national security was more vulnerable than previously taught. Reference made to the book `The...
- Homeland security: The good, the bad and the vague. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR Wireless News;1/24/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p8
Presents information on the impact of homeland security on the wireless industry in the U.S. Partnership of the industry with the federal government in the war on terrorism; Benefits of homeland security for the industry; List of issues related to homeland security, including a state grant...
- Security comes with a high price tag. Marcus, Morton // Indianapolis Business Journal;10/15/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 31, p17
Focuses on the costs of providing national security on the economy of the United States. Increase in the demand for surveillance technology and communications; Differences between security and sense of security; Impact of intense security measures on the economic growth.