The McHale Report Podcast

Military Embedded Systems - Cognitive radio, spectrum management, SDR tech development

February 28, 2018 Military Embedded Systems
The McHale Report Podcast
Military Embedded Systems - Cognitive radio, spectrum management, SDR tech development
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The McHale Report Podcast
Military Embedded Systems - Cognitive radio, spectrum management, SDR tech development
Feb 28, 2018
Military Embedded Systems
Cognitive radio and spectrum management continue to drive innovation among military communication system designers to enable more capability and faster decision making for warfighters. Efficient spectrum management is becoming especially important as the spectrum gets more crowded and as the U.S.Department of Defense is considering naming the spectrum as another warfare domain like cyber. In this podcast sponsored by Pentek with Manuel Uhm, Director of Marketing, Ettus Research, a National Instruments company and Chief Marketing Officer of the the Wireless Innovation Forum (formerly the SDR Forum), he discusses the challenges in developing cognitive radio and efficient spectrum management, potential solutions and the efforts the Wireless Innovation Forum is making to see these technologies become reality for warfighters on the battlefield and everyday consumers.
Show Notes
Cognitive radio and spectrum management continue to drive innovation among military communication system designers to enable more capability and faster decision making for warfighters. Efficient spectrum management is becoming especially important as the spectrum gets more crowded and as the U.S.Department of Defense is considering naming the spectrum as another warfare domain like cyber. In this podcast sponsored by Pentek with Manuel Uhm, Director of Marketing, Ettus Research, a National Instruments company and Chief Marketing Officer of the the Wireless Innovation Forum (formerly the SDR Forum), he discusses the challenges in developing cognitive radio and efficient spectrum management, potential solutions and the efforts the Wireless Innovation Forum is making to see these technologies become reality for warfighters on the battlefield and everyday consumers.