If the widely touted fifth generation communications network is to fulfill its promise, it needs a better antenna. Now researchers at the Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed an antenna they call a game changer for 5G and military communications.
The Chief Information Officer at GSA is seemingly in unrestrained hiring mode. Meanwhile, federal employees under 30 are resigning at higher rates than the overall average.
The “5G Security Evaluation” was developed by a joint study team led by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense.
The contest is open to hardware and software submissions.
In today's Federal Newscast, House lawmakers are pressing the Federal Aviation Administration for more details on what it's doing to ensure the safety of the air transportation system as commercial companies roll out 5G wireless services.
The leader of the Federal Aviation Administration, Stephen Dickson, says he will resign at the end of March
As 5G begins to roll out in civilian and military spaces, the Defense Department is testing 5G networks at a handful of bases to ensure connectivity and security. Since last year, the Pentagon has had…
The Federal Aviation Administration worries strong signals near airports will interfere with certain aircraft systems essential to safe landings.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum Enterprise Policy and Program Office in the DoD’s office of the chief information officer launched a new program to improve communication with industry about spectrum sharing.
The new guidance is intended to help agencies nail down the security requirements of their 5G applications, whether in a hospital or a remote military base.
In today's Federal Newscast, we get a look at just how many COVID-19 vaccine exemptions the military is allowing.
This exclusive e-book highlights the efforts today and what’s on the horizon by civilian and the military services in rolling out 5G infrastructure and devices to improve mission effectiveness
Two agencies that have say-so over the allocation of spectrum generally cooperate, but their agreements are 20 years old. And with the advent of 5G, it might be time to renew them.
The Department of Defense is aimed at creating the smart base of the future. Bases are essentially miniature cities, with all the same infrastructure needs like transportation, on-base personnel services and energy management, coupled with specific military needs. The idea is to use a 5G infrastructure to connect all of these elements, as well as cybersecurity and physical security, to become fully integrated and agile.