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US Army networking to improve with next Capability Set

6th November 2020 - 14:00 GMT | by Tim Fish in Auckland

Capability Set 23 is intended to increase capacity, resiliency and convergence of the network

The US Army is expected to complete the preliminary design review (PDR) for its Capability Set 23 (CS23) integrated tactical network (ITN) in April 2021, Shephard has learned.

A spokesperson from the PEO C3T office running the procurement said that a critical design review (CDR) would follow in April 2022.

The ITN integrates existing communications hardware and software with new COTS equipment, to bring improved network capabilities to frontline forces.

In order to keep up with rapidly advancing technologies, the US Army aims to field new capability sets of equipment in two-year increments, each one improving on the last by introducing …

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