Speed Up Radio System Development for Defense Applications

Whether you are designing battlefield radio hardware or software-defined radio (SDR) software, building a military IoT device with a radio frequency (RF) module, buying or evaluating devices, or developing network applications that use radios, you are probably grappling with the real-world challenges of successfully getting radio-frequency signals from point A to point B.

The connected battlefield requires a new level of testing and assurance that depends on close collaboration between government defense agencies and private enterprise. In this paper, Spirent shares our industry expertise on the technical challenges that military radio system designers, integrators and buyers face, and shows how state-of-the-art channel emulation has become so beneficial in getting today’s complex RF systems proven in faster and at much lower cost than previously achievable.

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