Term of Award
Master of Technology
Document Type and Release Option
Dissertation (restricted to Georgia Southern)
Keith F. Hickman
Committee Member 1
Committee Member 2
Earl R. Andrews
To insure that we can communicate effectively on the modern battlefield, the United States Army has developed an extremely sophisticated communications system utilizing the most current electronics technology. The enemy's use of electronic warfare techniques is an attempt to destroy the effectiveness of this system. It is a serious threat that must be countered.
This report details the use of non-electrical tactical communications as a back-up system of communications in future military conflicts. It presents an alternative method of communications capable of providing essential command and control channels during periods of enemy electronic warfare activity.
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Albanese, Ernest L. Jr., "Non-Electrical Communications" (1976). Legacy ETDs. 732.