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July 18, 2012, 01:15:11 PM
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I would say, "Time to start investing in and developing long range wireless communications hard and software." but wireless jamming is far too easy.
Spread-spectrum wireless communication is very hard to jam.
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July 18, 2012, 03:25:32 PM
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I would say, "Time to start investing in and developing long range wireless communications hard and software." but wireless jamming is far too easy.
Spread-spectrum wireless communication is very hard to jam.
most definitely agree. And this white paper linked to from your aritcle, neptop is a very good read.
Let me throw something in too: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsukuku
Scalable Mesh Networks and the Address Space Balancing problem

{tinfoil zone ahead}
Most certainly, it will take a good mixture of technologies to harden against the new "Assignment of National Security and Emergency Preparedness Communications Functions," the order revokes Executive Order 12472, which was issued in April 1984 and defined the National Communication System (NCS).
 Homeland Security will "satisfy priority requirements through the use of commercial, Government, and privately owned communications resources..."

The issue it not that it is assumed this orer is directly stating that to 'secure' and 'harden' NCS communications will require 'temporary' removal of civilian capabilities. It's that it will require that in order to fulfill its goals. My view on it is not so much that the government has it out for us. It is that in 'protecting' us they will find need to restrict us unduely and the only available government 'propaganda' in such a situation will not be enough to satisfy our human desire to also grant our own security.

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July 18, 2012, 05:52:00 PM
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I would say, "Time to start investing in and developing long range wireless communications hard and software." but wireless jamming is far too easy.
Spread-spectrum wireless communication is very hard to jam.
most definitely agree. And this white paper linked to from your aritcle, neptop is a very good read.
Let me throw something in too: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsukuku
Scalable Mesh Networks and the Address Space Balancing problem

{tinfoil zone ahead}
Most certainly, it will take a good mixture of technologies to harden against the new "Assignment of National Security and Emergency Preparedness Communications Functions," the order revokes Executive Order 12472, which was issued in April 1984 and defined the National Communication System (NCS).
 Homeland Security will "satisfy priority requirements through the use of commercial, Government, and privately owned communications resources..."

The issue it not that it is assumed this orer is directly stating that to 'secure' and 'harden' NCS communications will require 'temporary' removal of civilian capabilities. It's that it will require that in order to fulfill its goals. My view on it is not so much that the government has it out for us. It is that in 'protecting' us they will find need to restrict us unduely and the only available government 'propaganda' in such a situation will not be enough to satisfy our human desire to also grant our own security.

cheers



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