Accession Number : AD1049575


Title :   COOPERATIVE ROUTING FOR DYNAMIC AERIAL LAYER NETWORKS


Descriptive Note : Technical Report,01 Feb 2014,30 Sep 2017


Corporate Author : The University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc. Lawrence United States


Personal Author(s) : Liu,Lingjia


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/1049575.pdf


Report Date : 01 Mar 2018


Pagination or Media Count : 46


Abstract : Future Air Force networks will face the challenge of providing robust data and circuit services to tens or hundreds of fixed and mobile users with different service levels. Some of the service challenges include guaranteed rates, communication over difficult channels, hard time-deadlines, reliable message delivery over unreliable networks, security, and policy-driven resource allocation. In light of the propagation characteristics as well as the new challenges of the aerial layer communications, the project Cooperative Routing for Dynamic Aerial Layer Networks is funded by Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) under grant number FA8750-14-1-0077 to develop a novel and fundamental framework on which new enabling aerial layer communication technologies and protocols can be designed and analyzed. To be specific, the project 1) focuses on dynamic spectrum access (DSA) networks which efficiently allow different wireless nodes to co-exist in the same radio spectrum; 2) introduces a new cooperative aerial layer routing strategy based on mutual-information accumulation (e.g., rateless codes, fountain codes, and hybrid ARQ); 3) develops dynamic network resource management and collaborative routing strategies in support of joint aerial layer networking (JALN) concept; and 4) demonstrates the effectiveness of the strategies introduced using Ettus universal software radio peripheral (USRP) N210s. Our analytical results show that both the centralized and distributed algorithms can reduce up to 77% of the end-to-end delay compared to the traditional routing strategies in DSA networks; demo results using USRP N210s confirm analytical findings.


Descriptors :   wireless communications , air force , mesh networks , wireless networks , cognitive radio , graphical user interface , multiple access , computer access control , data links , communication systems , communication networks , ad hoc networks , time division multiple access , user interface , radio equipment , algorithms


Subject Categories : Radio Communications


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE