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Army’s Bandwidth Bottleneck
Douglas Holz-Eakin (pf); Paul Rehmus (au); J. Michael Gilmore (ed). Over the past decade, the U.S. Army’s principal modernization initiative has been its digitization effort, designed to harness the power of the microchip to significantly improve the fighting capabilities of soldiers on the battlefield. But implementing that initiative presents significant challenges. Questions about the size of the info. flow assoc. with digitization & the commun. bandwidth to support it -- that is, the capacity to move info. at sufficient speeds -- have spurred the Army to adopt several large radio & network commun. programs. This study examines the issue of how much bandwidth will be required to achieve the goal of digitization vs. how much bandwidth will be provided by the Army’s planned communications programs. Charts & tables.
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