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MILCOMMilitary Communications
MILCOMMilitary Communications Conference
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Sun, "A self-shielding dynamic network architecture," in Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE Military Communications Conference, MILCOM 2011, pp.
Su, "Higher-order cyclic cummulants for high order modulation classification," in Proceedings of the IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM '03), vol.
Young, "USAP multiple access: dynamic resource allocation for mobile multihop multichannel wireless networking," in Proceedings of the IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM '99), pp.
DiPierro, "Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) communications relay," IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM), Vol.
Global Banking News-November 5, 2011--Boeing to Highlight New and Enduring Network Capabilities at MILCOM 2011 Conference and Exposition(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Boingo Wireless, Inc., the Wi-Fi industryOs leading provider of software and services worldwide, announced today that it has launched managed Wi-Fi services at BangkokOs new Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) through an agreement with WLANnet, a Milcom Systems company.
In November, CHIPS contributor Holly Quick and I exhibited CHIPS in the SPAWAR exhibit at MILCOM in San Jose, Calif.
SGR Milcom Ponce inaugurated its manufacturing plant in Ponce, reports Caribbean Business (Aug.
(TSX and AIM: RDL), Toronto, a leading provider of WiMAX and broadband wireless infrastructure products, has announced that Milcom Systems has selected Redline's WiMAX 4C(TM) Mobile WiMAX products for its first WiMAX initiative in Thailand.
GETAC Inc., Lake Forest, Calif., a pioneering manufacturer of Rugged computers that meet the demands of military and other field-based applications, will showcase its line of versatile Rugged notebook and tablet PCs during the MILCOM 2007 trade show.
* Klein's comments on the Chronicler's omission of the Uriah and Bathsheba incident in the story of the defeat of the Ammonites in chapter 20, along with comments on the god Milcom, whose crown David took as booty from his cult statue; and