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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2008;11(1):15-24.
1-hop Data Traffic Reduction Method in Tactical Wireless Mobile Ad-Hoc Network based on MIL-STD-188-220C
Ji-Sang You
MIL-STD-188-220C 기반 전술 무선 이동 Ad-Hoc 망에서 1-hop내 데이터 트래픽 감소 방법
유지상
국방과학연구소
Abstract
The data delivery confirmation method of MIL-STD-188-220C, which is a tactical wireless mobile Ad-Hoc communication protocol, is that a source node requires the end-to-end ack from all destination nodes and the data-link ack from 1-hop neighboring destination nodes and relaying nodes, regardless of the hop distance from a source node to destination nodes. This method has the problem to degrade the whole communication network performance because of excessive data traffic due to the duplicate use of end-to-end ack and data-link ack, and the collision among end-to-end acks on the wireless network in the case of confirming a data delivery within an 1-hop distance. In order to solve this problem, this paper has proposed the method to perform the data delivery confirmation with the improvement of communication network performance through the data traffic reduction by achieving the reliable data delivery confirmation requiring the only data-link ack within an 1-hop distance. The effects of the proposed method are analyzed in the two aspects of the data delivery confirmation delay time and the data delivery confirmation success ratio.
Key Words: MIL-STD-188-220C Protocol, End-to-End ACK, Data-Link ACK, Data Delivery Confirmation Delay Time, Data Delivery Confirmation Success Ratio
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