By MG LaWarren V. Patterson
As the Army transitions to a more cyber-centric future, it is easy to lose sight of the role the Signal Corps has played—and will continue to play—in shaping that future. But the truth is that the Signal Corps plays not just a critical role in Cyberspace Operations, but also possesses the keys of innovation that will enable the rest of our Army to achieve its strategic goals.
By CPT Bryant A. Wellman and CW5 Garth R. Hahn
Spectrum sharing has gained national level attention as a way of furthering the economic exploitation of spectrum resources while protecting national security interests.
The electromagnetic spectrum is the medium that mobile phones, satellite communication systems, garage door openers, RADAR, and Wi-Fi devices operate within to send and receive information wirelessly.
By SFC Nicholas A. Perez-Santalla
Spectrum governance in most regions of the world was established in the early twentieth century to accommodate government use. These legacy systems have failed to adequately adapt to the rapid rate of innovation in today’s commercially dominated sector where we now have a proliferation of technologies vying for a position in a finite resource.