DARPA Enters New Phase in Tactical Undersea Network Architecture Program
Posted on: January 11, 2017

By Scott Nicholas for ExecutiveBiz
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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has completed the initial phase of a program to develop concepts and technologies designed to restore connectivity for U.S. troops when conventional tactical networks are offline or unavailable.

DARPA said Thursday its Tactical Undersea Network Architecture program has moved into the second and final phase to demonstrate a prototype of the system at sea.

LGS Innovations helped the agency design a neutrally buoyant cable for the TUNA initiative under a $1.9 million contract awarded in September 2015.

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