Performance Analysis of AeroRP with Ground Station Updates in Highly-dynamic Airborne Telemetry Networks
Highly dynamic airborne telemetry networks pose unique challenges for data transmission. Domainspecific multi-hop routing protocols are necessary to cope with these challenges and AeroRP is one such protocol. in this paper, we discuss the operation of various AeroRP modes and analyse their performance using the ns-3 network simulator. We compare the performance of beacon, beaconless, and ground station (GS) modes of AeroRP. the simulation results show the advantages of having a domain-specific routing protocol and also highlight the importance of ground station updates in discovering routes.
H. Narra et al., "Performance Analysis of AeroRP with Ground Station Updates in Highly-dynamic Airborne Telemetry Networks," Proceedings of the 47th Annual International Telemetering Conference and Technical Exhibition - Telemetry: Blending the Art with Science and Technology (2011, Las Vegas, NV), International Foundation for Telemetering, Jan 2011.
47th Annual International Telemetering Conference and Technical Exhibition-Telemetry: Blending the Art with Science and Technology, ITC 2011 (2011: Oct. 24-27, Las Vegas, NV)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
United States. Department of Defense
International Foundation for Telemetering
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Beaconless; Domain Specific; Ground Stations; Multi-Hop Routing; Network Simulators; Performance Analysis; Blending; Data Communication Systems; Exhibitions; Routing Protocols; Telemetering Equipment; Telemetering
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