Functional Design for U.S. Coast Guard Intelligent Communications Gateway
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Functional Design for U.S. Coast Guard Intelligent Communications Gateway

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  • Alternative Title:
    Communications System 2010 Intelligent Gateway Design Report
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    This report documents the functional design of hardware and software components necessary to satisfy the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) requirements identified for an Intelligent Gateway (IG). The IG will transfer messages from USCG shoreside networks to transmission paths serving mobile users. In a similar manner, messages from mobile users will also be routed by the IG to shoreside networks. This document identifies candidate operating systems and hardware platforms, but as a functional design, does not specify a particular configuration of either. Based on additional USCG input on a preferred operating system or available government-off-the-shelf (GOTS) hardware, a detailed design can be accomplished for a specific operating environment. Furthermore, this IG design focuses primarily on the gateway functions as they pertain to record messages and datagrams as opposed to voice, video, or Tech Report information transfer modes such as File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or client/server data networks.
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