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Adaptive forwarding and routing in frequency-hop spread-spectrum packet radio networks with partial-band jamming

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2 Author(s)
Pursley, M.B. ; SIGCOM Inc., Urbana, IL, USA ; Russell, H.B.

The authors consider adaptive protocols for routing around localized partial-band jamming in a frequency-hop (FH) packet radio network. With such protocols, a radio is permitted to modify its normal routing procedures according to local information. A computer program has been developed to simulate an FH packet radio network with partial-band jamming and interference due to other FH and narrowband radios. The network uses time-slotted, receiver-directed, FH spread-spectrum signaling. Results on throughput are presented, and comparisons between different protocols are obtained for a static network topology with both static and mobile network jamming. The authors also introduce least-resistance routing, a routing algorithm that accounts for multiple-access interference, jamming, and other partial-band interference

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Military Communications Conference, 1989. MILCOM '89. Conference Record. Bridging the Gap. Interoperability, Survivability, Security., 1989 IEEE

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15-18 Oct 1989