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Hop-by-Hop Local Flow Control over InterPlaNetary Networks Based on DTN Architecture

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Hop-by-Hop Local Flow Control over InterPlaNetary Networks Based on DTN Architecture
—Deep space communications are an important research line in scientific community. The possibility of performing the communication between earth and other planets is an excitant challenge. The main issue of the communication between planet, called InterPlaNetary (IPN) Communication, is the intermittent visibility due to planet movement and the long propagation delay. In order to solve these problems a Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) has been deployed. DTN is an architecture particularly useful in scenarios where very long transmission delays or intermittent connectivity are present, such as IPN Network. The routers in DTN perform a transmission mechanism similar to the model of mail transfer protocols or the store-and-forward and it permits to determine a hop-by-hop based messages exchange.
Floriano De Rango, Mauro Tropea, Giovanni Battista
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICC
Authors Floriano De Rango, Mauro Tropea, Giovanni Battista Laratta, Salvatore Marano
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