Multi-network, cognitive radio unveiled

The Stevens Institute of Technology is promoting Attila, a technology the school says is critical to developing a wireless communications system that can't be interrupted or jammed, resulting in ultra-reliable, high-speed communications. Stevens says Attila provides continuous broadband, on-demand communication devices and services that function despite saturated airways. Potential users include law enforcement agencies and the military, says Stevens. The school has formed Attila Technologies to further develop and commercialize the technology.

For additional details on Attila:
- read this Stevens Institute of Technology press release

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