A light, wireless radio under development here by BAE Systems can compress as many as five stealthy conversations into the same time and frequency slot and then, on arrival, untangle them. Equally important, while in transit, messages and data packages are seemingly hopelessly mixed, to the point of sounding like static. The chance of intercepting even the digital gibberish is unlikely, since foes or potential adversaries don’t have the receiver technology to sort through such high ...

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