Design and Implementation of an Intelligent Shipborne Terminal System
To solve the problem that network services provided by ships can’t distinguish different users and the Quality of Service (QoS) is poor, an intelligent shipborne terminal system which combines advanced positioning technology and wireless communication technology is designed in this paper. The overall design of the system including hardware design and software design is proposed. The test results show that the system can distinguish between different users’ Wi-Fi connection, intelligentize the management of system users, realizes the function of GPS positioning navigation and has a rich local resource storage, which all proved its good application value.
KeywordsQoS Shipborne terminal Wi-Fi GPS positioning
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (61762030,61661016), Natural Science Foundation of Guangxi Province under Grant (2015GXNSFBA139247, 2016GXNSFGA380002), the Key Laboratory of Cognitive Radio and Information Processing, Ministry of Education (Guilin University of Electronic Technology), CRKL160106, and the Guangxi Colleges and Universities Key Laboratory of cloud computing and complex systems.
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