Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson and his September 2018 Forbes column are quoted in Andrew Tunnicliffe’s Army Technology article about modernizing the military communications field. “The basic idea was to field a family of radios and waveforms that could be modified by downloading new software rather than replacing expensive hardware,” writes Thompson. “Software reconfigurability supposedly would enable a patchwork of disparate networks to communicate as if everyone was using an iPhone, even in the midst of combat.”
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