About the Conference:
Wireless communication has grown tremendously due to the potential for high-speed information exchange beyond geographical boundaries. Military and government agencies have both benefited from wireless applications as this technology overcomes boundaries that cannot be achieved with wired communications.
Despite the capacity for growth in wireless communications, technical challenges remain a concern. Network and security challenges, bandwidth limitation, speed and performance of wireless communications are always an issue due to increasing users’ demand for this technology application.
Wireless Communications Design for Defence Conference 2014 has been designed for Military applications, allowing a broad spectrum of attendees to understand the topics clearly. It covers a wide range of data link communication design techniques, including link budgets, dynamic range and system analysis of receivers and transmitters used in data link communications, digital modulation and demodulation techniques of phase-shift keyed and frequency hopped spread spectrum systems using phase diagrams, multipath, gain control, an intuitive approach to probability, jamming reduction method using various adaptive processes, error detection and correction, global positioning systems (GPS) data link, satellite communications, direction-finding and interferometers, plus a section on broadband communications and home networking including Link 16, JTRS, military radios, and networking. Various techniques and designs are evaluated for modulating and sending digital data. Thus attendees will gain a firm understanding of the processes needed to effectively design wireless data link communication systems.