Joint Network Node/Related Articles
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- C3I-ISR : Command, control, communications and intelligence, combined with intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance
- Restructuring of the United States Army : A major doctrinal and organization redesign of the United States Army, with its chief feature being moving from the division to the Brigade Combat Team and new supporting brigade structures as the basic Unit of Action
- AN/TRC-170 : A U.S. Army radio, with line-of-sight (LOS) and beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS), using troposcatter technology. It is transportable meaning that it can moved by tactical transport facilites but must be stopped and set up to work, and is part of the Joint Network Node system.
- AN/TRC-190 : A High Capacity Line of Sight (HCLOS) microwave radio, used with the Joint Network Node of the U.S. Army to provide high-speed connectivity between nodes.
- AN/TRC-154 : A U.S. military satellite earth station and individual user access facility, carried on a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV), originally for interconnecting Mobile Subscriber Equipment (MSE) or providing extended range connection to MSE users, but now interconnecting Joint Network Nodes not in line-of-sight with one another.
- Global Information Grid : The overall computing and communications architecture and systems interconnecting the U.S. Department of Defense military and civilian organizations, other government agencies, and allied nations; information is at the strategic/theater and operational, not tactical levels
- JWICS : A military and intelligence communications system approved for classified information designated collateral TOP SECRET, as well as any information in a compartmented control system such as Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) or Special Access Program (SAP)
- Mobile Subscriber Equipment : End user telephones and data access devices, at levels below division, by which U.S. military units connected to corps, echelons above corps, and national networks under the obsolescent TRI-TAC digital telephony architecture
- NIPRNET : The common user network intended to carry U.S. military "sensitive but unclassified" traffic for military personnel, government employees, military contractors, and approved allies
- SIPRNET : The shared United States Department of Defense network that carries the bulk of classified information, limited to a security classification of SECRET.
- Special Troops Battalion : Under the restructuring of the United States Army, a headquarters assigned to each Brigade Combat Team (BCT), which always has Transportation and Signal (i.e., communications) companies, but also controls additional units that provide immediate non-fires, non-logistics support to the BCT.
- TRI-TAC : An obsolescent U.S. military tactical communications architecture of the 1980s, providing analog and digital telephone and low-speed data services
- TROJAN SPIRIT : A U.S. military communications system for handling the most highly classified intelligence information in field headquarters, which also provides field units with connectivity to worldwide high-security networks
- TTC-56 : A highly transportable U.S. Army digital voice and data tactical switching system, using routing and circuit switching technology
- Warfighter Information Network–Tactical : Deployed in several increments of increasing capability, this is the partially deplyed tactical communications system for the U.S. Army, which have far more bandwidth and is becoming a mobile "on the move" self-organizing network; sometimes called the "tactical internet" Through the Army Battle Command System, it interfaces to the Global Information Grid.