Analysis of a Geolocation-Assisted Routing Protocol for Airborne Telemetry Networks
Emerging networked telemetry systems require domain-specific routing protocols, such as AeroRP, to cope with the challenges faced by the aeronautical environment. We present an ns-3 based performance analysis of the geolocation-based forwarding and store-and-haul mechanisms used by AeroRP. the analysis of the simulations shows AeroRP has several advantages over other MANET routing protocols and offers tradeoffs for different performance metrics in the form of different AeroRP modes.
K. Peters et al., "Analysis of a Geolocation-Assisted Routing Protocol for Airborne Telemetry Networks," Proceedings of the 46th Annual International Telemetering Conference and Technical Exhibition - Overcoming Telemetry Obstacles with Technology (2010, San Diego, CA), International Foundation for Telemetering, Jan 2010.
46th Annual International Telemetering Conference and Technical Exhibition-Overcoming Telemetry Obstacles with Technology, ITC/USA 2010 (2010: Oct. 25-28, San Diego, CA)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
United States. Department of Defense
International Foundation for Telemetering
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Domain Specific; MANET Routing Protocols; Performance Analysis; Performance Metrics; Telemetry Systems; Exhibitions; Routing Protocols; Telemetering Equipment; Telemetering
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