Delay-Tolerant Satellite Networks
Auteurs : FRAIRE Juan A., BURLEIGH Scott C., FINOCHIETTO Jorge M.
Satellite communications are examined, including satellite links, communication protocols, and distributed multiple access schemes, such as time division, code division, and frequency division. This book focuses on ways in which DTN might make terrestrial communication and observation via earth orbiting satellites less expensive and more robust. The fundamental concepts and analysis of the Ring Road Architecture are explored. Unique analyses on the motivating factors of using Inter-Satellite Links (ISL) to form networks in disruptive environments in space are discussed. This book explores the limits of larger and complex DTSNs as the number of satellites increase and different orbital formations become possible. As satellite networks become larger in upcoming years this book provides a guide for readers to stay informed about standard protocols such as DTN that will allow seamless interoperation, cost reduction, and risk mitigation.
- The Limits of the Internet
- Delay-Tolerant Networking
- Satellite Communications
- Delay-Tolerant Satellite Networks
- Models for Delay-Tolerant Satellite Networks
- Technologies for Delay-Tolerant Satellite Networks
- Cross-Linked Delay-Tolerant Satellite Networks
- Contact Plan Design
- Challenges in Delay-Tolerant Satellite Networking
Jorge M. Finochietto is a researcher/engineer in the school of engineering at Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas (CONICET) – Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (UNC) – Laboratorio de Comunicaciones Digitales (LCD). He received his Ph.D. in electronics and communication engineering from Politecnico di Tornio Italy.
Scott C. Burleigh is a principal engineer at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. He received his BA from State University of New York, Alban
Date de parution : 01-2018
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