JNNSJapanese Neural Network Society
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To honor the major developments that have taken place over the last 50 years, JNN published a series of articles in 2018 covering reflections on 50 years of neuroscience nursing for stroke; (1) neuro-oncology; (2) neurotrauma; (3) movement disorders, neuromuscular disease, and multiple sclerosis; (4) and pediatric neuroscience nursing.
With Increment 1a, command post nodes provided connectivity to battalions, JNNs provided connectivity to brigades and divisions, and a series of satellite and line-of-sight circuits connected them to each other and to the divisional THN.
As late at 16 December 2011, a day before the command group's redeployment and following the redeployment of all but one member of the Iraq SJA office, MG Champoux referred Hawaii-based cases, initiated Article 15s, and made reprimand filing determinations that were transmitted back to Schofield Barracks for action via the JNN connection with the support of the Hawaii office, proving the capability of today's technology to flatten and multiply the capacity for legal support.
For Example, on FOB Dehdadi II, by utilizing a setup of both a PtP and a PtMP radio network, the tactical node footprint has been reduced from nine tactical nodes down to two JNNs utilizing FDMA.
MAJ Hardy, with the assistance of CPT George Seiler and CW2 Ed Sturdivant assessed and employed high capacity line of sight links using the AN/ TRC-197 as a transmission system for the JNN. These have since been re placed by the Redline AN-80i, pro viding data links in the range fro m 30 Mbs to 100 Mbs.
On 30 December 2009, the 1st ID JNNs arrived in Basrah and after four days of setup they were carrying the majority of the DMAIN traffic over the WGS-2 satellite.
A possible track for the Signal officer could be from JNN PLDR, to BN S-6, to NSC commander, then BCT S-6, resulting in a solid foundation for our future BCT S-6s.
The 40th ESB also provided a tactical detachment consisting of two JNNs, five CPNs, and two Phoenix terminals to support U.S.
Given the limited quantities of JNNs and CPNs, we also have to look at when the division must step in and dictate where network assets are deployed to ensure network capabilities are spread throughout the division's area of responsibility, in the most efficient manner.
These services are then extended to the subordinate units via the brigade combat teams JNNs and the battalion CPNs, enabling the BCTs to establish an independent brigade communications network based on a TDMA mesh.
In the winter of 2006 and spring of 2007, B/63rd completed the exchange of its Tri-Tactical Service Signal Equipment for two JNNs and ten Command Post Nodes; then in late April, the company shipped its new equipment to Fort Hood in support of the 3rd ACR's COMMEX.