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DARPA Brings Mobile Hotspots to Soldiers

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Pubudu
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Re: Good idea
Pubudu   7/24/2014 1:37:08 PM
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Eelizabet all the basic technology and the sciences is there it's a matter of think out of the box, to use it for better purpose with a innovative way. 

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Makes sense
Cadman-LT   7/11/2014 1:25:33 AM
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Nice article Cabe. The whole concept just seems to make a lot of sense really. Sort of surprised they are just now doing it.

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Cabe Atwell   7/9/2014 4:16:53 PM
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I wanted to do something like this back in 1998 to get DSL speeds to a rural location. Glad to see I was on the right track.

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naperlou   7/9/2014 10:20:10 AM
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This is good when fighting an enemy that is not sophisticated.  The Russians have already brought down one of our drones that was flying over Ukraine by taking it over and crash landing it in their territory.

Battlefield communications is one area that will always be tough.

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Good idea
Elizabeth M   7/9/2014 7:41:27 AM
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I think I either read or wrote about this program before, or something similar to it. Either way, good coverage of something that can be extremely helpful for soldiers in the field who depend on wireless communications.

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