This panel will explore the ways the U.S. military is funding the development of wireless technologies. The $816 billion 2023 National Defense Authorization Act calls for the Department of Defense to include 5G and Open RAN in its proposals on how to use the money. Defense contractors Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin and Hughes are all investing in cutting-edge wireless technologies to keep soldiers connected and to automate warfare. Federal funds have helped finance startups that are developing networking technologies and applications. Which parts of the industry are poised to benefit most from military investment in wireless?
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