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Wireless multiple access networks for survivable battlefield communications

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2 Author(s)
Chuprun, S. ; Space & Syst. Technol. Group, Motorola Inc., Scottsdale, AZ, USA ; Bergstrom, C.S.

The future of military radio networks is changing dramatically along with commercial radio systems. Users are demanding higher bandwidths to support video, image, file transfers, and high quality voice. The methods for supplying capacity retain the centralized approach for commercial systems due to improved cell coverage, hand-off requirements, and access to wired-infrastructure. The military has needs for centralized modes for minimal conflict scenarios, however, peer-to-peer modes must remain at a top priority to provide survivable communications. Timely message delivery is critical in military networks, which can have no single points of failure and must be self-organizing to be survivable

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Military Communications Conference, 1998. MILCOM 98. Proceedings., IEEE  (Volume:3 )

Date of Conference:

18-21 Oct 1998