Spectrum of Capability and Applied Communications

  • John F. Navein
  • Simon J. O’Neill


The range of communications modalities described in the preceding chapter give a range of capabilities around which providers can build support for an operation. As with the enabling technology, they can be divided into low-bandwidth and high-bandwidth capabilities.


User Requirement Asynchronous Transfer Mode Disaster Area Communication Plan Mobile Phone Network 
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