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What does ISCON stand for?

ISCON stands for Integrated System Control

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Inside the TCM, FA24s assist and lead in the management of legacy capabilities such as Single-Channel Ground Airborne Radio System, Enhanced Position Location Reporting System, Integrated System Control, Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical-Terminal, PSC-5; current capabilities EPLRS, Joint Network Node-Network, High-Capacity Line-of-Sight; and future capabilities such as Joint Tactical Radio System and Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, armed with the regiment's core competencies of: * Enterprise Systems Management/ Network Management * Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense * Information Dissemination Management/Content Staging * Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations FA24s in the TCMs use the LandWarNet construct to grow capabilities incrementally for the force.
The Integrated System Control provides an automated, theater-wide system that Signal units can use to manage multiple tactical communications systems and networks in support of battlefield operations.
New Levels of Service Reliability - a 16 slot, NEBS-compliant chassis featuring a 1:1 redundant integrated system control, switching and routing module; 1:N redundant high-speed Network Interface Modules and DOCSIS Modules; and a patent-pending RF switch which eliminates network downtime and emergency maintenance calls in the event of a DOCSIS Module failure.
The Training and Doctrine Command Systems Manager Warfighter Information Networks-Tactical Network Operations staff is in the process of drafting a Capability Production Document that focuses on the Modular Force Increment required to mature the Integrated System Control family of systems network capabilities for network planning, management, and interoperability requirements.