The Dynamic Routing Protocol Implementation Strategy of the Cooperative Control Awareness Combat Network
AbstractIn view of the problem of dynamically setting up a fire aiming data chain between the sensors and the shooters in the same battle echelon in the awareness combat network (ACNET) of the future unmanned collaborative combat system, based on the wireless mobile Ad-hoc network technology, a closed loop routing control model is built, in which the information transmitted in the ACNET is regarded as a continuous fluid according to the requirement of the transmission packet and its link state. Based on this model, a high-speed mobile dynamic real-time routing protocol (HDRRP) and its implementation method are proposed. The routing strategy combines the cellular network and Ad hoc to design a node state routing and mobile cellular routing mode and algorithm, and automatically selects the corresponding routing algorithm according to priority. Thus, the sensing information and the combat target strike are organically integrated, and the data are delivered at high speed and in a real-time, dynamic, and reliable way. The simulation results show that this protocol can greatly improve the packet delivery rate, and compared with the traditional wireless mobile Ad-hoc network, it can shorten the transmission delay, has a better anti interruption performance, and reduces control overhead, route discovery time, and routing maintenance time. View Full-Text
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Wu, C.-H.; Qin, K.-Y.; Li, P.; Wu, G.-H. The Dynamic Routing Protocol Implementation Strategy of the Cooperative Control Awareness Combat Network. Appl. Sci. 2018, 8, 948.
Wu C-H, Qin K-Y, Li P, Wu G-H. The Dynamic Routing Protocol Implementation Strategy of the Cooperative Control Awareness Combat Network. Applied Sciences. 2018; 8(6):948.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wu, Cheng-Hai; Qin, Kai-Yu; Li, Ping; Wu, Guo-Hui. 2018. "The Dynamic Routing Protocol Implementation Strategy of the Cooperative Control Awareness Combat Network." Appl. Sci. 8, no. 6: 948.
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