Wireless systems keep soldiers connected to each other
The “fog of war” will never be totally lifted, even by the best technologies, but advances in wireless battlefield communications permit riflemen to communicate with one another, and up the chain of command, in ways that were hard to imagine even a few years ago. The problems of wireless communication are most acute in urban areas, where multipath reflections from walls and electromagnetic masking by concrete and steel structures create obstacles that cause problems for dismounted ...
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