LONDON, June 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
SES Mr Henry Muller, Director Space and Terrestrial Communications Directorate, US Army CERDEC, will be addressing how to advance SDR technologies to ensure networked warfighter dominance at the Software Defined Radio Europe conference, October 26th-28th 2011, at the Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Hotel in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The implementation of advanced software radios is vital to optimise communication within the US Army, as well as within other SDR countries' forces. As the keynote speaker, Muller will offer a roadmap for existing and future technologies while recognising the complexity of implementing waveforms that is yet to be fully explored.
Muller will provide feedback on how to enable SDR as a modernised technology by tackling spectrum allocation challenges. He will also address developments of the international SDR laboratory where radios are being designed to improve interoperability for tactical data links, theoretically becoming capable of operating all data links controlled and configured by software.
Muller will be accompanied by other experts such as Major General Sander Schnitger, Director DOBBP, C4I & NEC, Netherlands MoD, who will also discuss SDR technology development, but especially focus on procurement in the Netherlands MoD.
Additional speakers to review new technologies include:
- Mr. Frederic Bouyer, CONTACT Programme Manager, DGA, French Ministry of Defence, speaking on the future for TDL waveforms on SDR platforms
- Dr. Michael Street, Senior Scientist Tactical Communications, NATO NC3A, targeting cognitive SDR through interoperable tactical radio for multi-national operations
- Tiberius Tomoiaga, Project Manager RIFS, Romanian Ministry of Defence, leading a session on tactical communications requirements for the Romanian infantry fighting system
- Lieutenant Colonel Carlo Zammariello, Principal Officer SDR, European Defence Agency, discussing SDR standardisation approaches for the commercial, public safety and military domain
Session details are available on the event website at http://www.sdreurope.com, and the programme is available for download. In addition, visitors can access the Media Centre for the latest SDR news and developments.
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