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TACTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: ICTEC CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

08 09 Nov 2012 Manekshaw Centre, Swarna Jayanti Marg, New Delhi, India
Communications play a decisive role in military operations both during war and peace. In the early 21st Century, communications were voice centric, primarily point to point with limited grids providing restricted mobility and partial redundancy. Till recent past tactical communication nodes would leap frog to set up and maintain a communication grid in the wake of advancing formations with access being extended to deployed command and control elements using field cables. Combat Net Radio working in broadcast mode with limited data handling capability extended the last mile connectivity for mobile elements. As a result in a grid that was predominantly voice centric , data communications on the move were practically non-existent.
 
 
 
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DEFCOM INDIA 2012 brochure release: In the pic (L to R): Maj Gen HS Johar, ADG Tac C, Corps of Signals, Integrated HQ of MoD (Army); Mr Deep Kapuria, Chairman, CII National MSME Council and Chairman , Hi-Tech Gears Limited; Lt Gen SP Kochhar, AVSM**, SM, VSM, ADC, Signal Officer-in-Chief & Sr Colonel Commandant, Corps of Signals, Integrated HQ of MoD (Army); Mr Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, Confederation of Indian Industry and; Maj Gen Atul Mehra, ADGT, Corps of Signals during Curtain Raiser Ceremony of DEFCOM INDIA 2012 in New Delhi.
   
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Day 1 :- 08 November 2012 Click here to know the schedule
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