Performance Analysis of AeroRP with Ground Station Advertisements
Data transmission in highly-dynamic airborne networks is challenging, thus domain-specific routing protocols are necessary. AeroRP is one such protocol designed to operate in disruption-tolerant networks. Its multi-modal design enables it to operate in varying mission requirements. 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 advertisements to disseminate geolocation information in discovering routes.
H. Narra et al., "Performance Analysis of AeroRP with Ground Station Advertisements," Proceedings of the 1st ACM MobiHoc Workshop on Airborne Networks and Communications, Airbone'12, pp. 43-47, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Jan 2012.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2248326.2248337
1st ACM MobiHoc Workshop on Airborne Networks and Communications, Airbone'12 (2012: Jun. 11, Hilton Head, SC)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
United States. Department of Defense
InternationalFoundation for Telemetering
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Aerorp; Airborne Networks; Disruption Tolerant Networks; Domain Specific; Geographic Routing; Geolocations; Ground Stations; Mission Requirements; Multi-Modal; Network Simulators; Ns-3 Simulation; Performance Analysis; Computer Simulation; Data Communication Systems; Routing Protocols; Telecommunication Networks
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