“The theme running through this issue of MilTech is C4ISR – in its broadest possible definition. Lying at the heart of modern warfare – in space or on the ground, at sea or in the ether – lies the capability to gather, analyse and disseminate data, in increasing volumes, of increasingly diverse natures and often at speeds that just a decade ago would have astonished operators. Arguably, at the heart of that capability lies the ability to communicate, reliably and securely – and countering that security is the province of the signals and communications intelligence communities (SIGINT and COMINT respectively). TCI International, based in Fremont, California, is a leading developer and provider of COMINT capability and recently shared with MilTech a copy of a white paper The Current State and Future of Tactical COMINT. Much of this column is based on that paper and subsequent discussion with TCI’s Kevin Davis.”
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