"The Pentagon's research agency is preparing to demonstrate a
"soldier's radio" next year designed to provide mobile
communications among individual troops anywhere on the battlefield.
The "infrastructure-free" radio network will be based on the Linux
operating system and will support multiple StrongARM processors,
program officials said...."
"The "soldier's radio" is being developed by a contractor team
led by ITT Aerospace and Communications. ITT is working with
MontaVista Software Inc. to port embedded Linux to StrongARM
processors. Darpa has adopted Linux as part of an open-systems
approach to technology development."
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