End-to-End Disruption-Tolerant Transport Protocol Issues and Design for Airborne Telemetry Networks
AuthorRohrer, Justin P.
Sterbenz, James P. G.
AffiliationUniversity of Kansas
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AbstractNetworks of airborne nodes provide unique challenges to end-to-end communication, in particular due to the highly dynamic topology and time-varying connectivity of high velocity nodes, and unreliability of the wireless communication channel. This paper explores the issues and presents a design for a domain-specific transport protocol targeted to multihop network that interconnects high-velocity airborne nodes with the telemetry application of returning sensor data with high reliability.
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