Iliza Sokol

Associate Digital Editor ,
Design, Engineering & Sourcing Group

Iliza joined the Penton Media group in 2013 after graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a BS in Advertising and Marketing Communications. Prior to joining the staff, she worked at NYLON Magazine and a ghostwriting firm based in New York.

U.S. City Installs Cloud-Based Smart WiFi For All
Ruckus Wireless delivered free WiFi to Lincoln, Nebraska via its Smart Access Management service (SAMs).
Networked Weaponry Relays Info With Smartphone Components
Integration of the Variable Message Format (VMF) into “networked” weapons illustrates how smartphone technology can be leveraged to deliver critical information directly to dismounted soldiers.
MUOS Satellites Transfer Huge Data Files in the Arctic
The U.S. Navy demonstrated the secure transfer of megabytes of data in the Arctic using Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellites.
Cruise Missile Undergoes Passive Processor Testing
The Tomahawk Block IV cruise missile uses both passive and active processor technology to track moving targets at land and sea.
Flexible Distributed Array Radar Leverages Digital Beam Forming
By combining digital beam forming, network coordination, and time synchronization, a new flexible distributed array radar (FlexDAR) aims to enhance military communications.
Gallery: Preview of the New Products at IMS 2014
The flagship symposium of this year’s Microwave Week, IMS 2014, will feature over 575 companies and include a full schedule with 160 technical sessions. Click through the gallery to preview some of the new devices that will be on display.
Second MUOS-Satellite Radio Test Lab Begins Operations
A new laboratory will help find efficient ways to add mobile user objective system (MUOS) satellite radios to current ultra-high-frequency (UHF) communications.
Water Topography Mission Utilizes Ka-Band Radar Interferometer
The Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission will take advantage of a Ka-band radar with its wide swath to survey water surfaces at 10 times the resolution of current technologies.
Bitcoins Ready To Take Off…Into Outer Space?
A plan to launch a constellation of small satellites intends to strengthen bitcoins’ peer-to-peer network during outages or in areas where network connections are difficult to find.
Radio-Telescope Antennas Use Indexer to Change Frequencies
Once all of its 64 antennas are operational, it is thought that the MeerKAT array will be sensitive enough to pick up a cell-phone signal all the way from Saturn.
Geo-Targeting Study Focuses on Emergency Alerts
By studying the algorithms and processes behind wireless emergency alerts, geo-targeting research will help to improve the delivery of messages during emergencies.
Smart Node Pod Extends Milcom Networks
Smart Node Pods build out military networks by extending tactical data link (TDL) and joint aerial layer network (JALN) capabilities.
GaN Technology Triples Power Density
Raytheon’s GaN technology recently showed that it can provide as much as five times the thermal conductivity of previous SiC-on-diamond transistors.
Triton UAS Passes Flight Tests
The Triton UAS recently completed a series of flight tests. It will now move on to payload testing of its upgraded sensor suite.
GPS III Program Continues to Advance
Development of the GPS III satellites continues to push forward as contracts are awarded for the production of eight systems that will improve capabilities for military, commercial, and civilian users.
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