Solution of Collision Caused by Unidirectional Link in MANET on the Navy Ships
With the development of information and communication technology the future battlefield will be grow multidimensional integration war based on Network Centric Warfare(NCW). In this paper, to conducting NCW, reliable data transfer methods were studied through the resolution of collision caused by unidirectional link in MANET on Navy ship. In the proposed method, CTS is transfered one more hop by first CTS received nodes through in a way to transfer PCTS for near nodes. In addition, proposed method occurs a little overhead, but that speed loss level can be acceptable because the number of hops is limited by characteristic of Navy ship.
KeywordsMedium Access Control Transmission Range Military Force Communication Radius Unidirectional Link
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