Archive for the ‘Military’ Category



Reporting from the Nordic HF Conference – New HF ALE (Automatic Link Establishment)

Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Isode CEO, Steve Kille, is attending, presenting at and reporting from the Nordic HF Conference (HF 16) on the island of Faro, Sweden. Professor Eric Johnson led Wednesday morning’s session with an excellent presentation on new ALE work, called 4G ALE or Wideband ALE (Wideband ALE – The next generation of HF). This was followed [...]

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Reporting from the Nordic HF Conference – Wide Band HF

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

Isode CEO, Steve Kille, is attending, presenting at and reporting from the Nordic HF Conference (HF 16) on the island of Faro, Sweden. WBHF is a key new development, and there were two good papers at Nordic HF on measurements during Session 2 on Monday. Vivianne Jodalen, Terje Mikal Mjelde and William M. Batts reported [...]

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NITEC16 and Harrier (Web)

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

NITEC is the annual flagship event of the NATO Communications and Information Agency, organised this year in cooperation with the Ministry of Defence, Estonia. NITEC is both a conference and an exhibition and this year Isode took a small exhibition stand to show demonstrations of a wide range of our server and messaging software. NITEC [...]

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R16.4 Preview Release

Monday, December 14th, 2015

We’re pleased to announce that a preview release, R16.4, is now available. This preview release will be mostly of interest to military users. It will enable the evaluation of a number of new ACP127 and BRASS capabilities. The following BRASS features are in R16.4. ACP127 Broadcast. Including operation over serial and non-ARQ COSS, ship and [...]

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Draft & Release for Military Messaging: An Open, Online Approach

Monday, June 8th, 2015

In military communications, messages are frequently sent to organizations (e.g., a Command) rather than to an individual or to a role. The receiving organization will process the message using a Profiler, which looks at meta-information (such as a Subject Indicator Code “SIC”) in the message in order to dispatch it to the appropriate recipient. This [...]

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