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Wireless Mobile Communications and Networks Program 28 July 2005 Dr. Robert Ulman Computing and Information Sciences Division U.S. Army Research Office U.S. Army Research Laboratory. Army Vision. Future Combat System Deploy anywhere in the world quickly Self sustainable in 3-7 days

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Wireless Mobile Communications and Networks

Program

28 July 2005

Dr. Robert Ulman

Computing and Information Sciences Division

U.S. Army Research Office

U.S. Army Research Laboratory


Army Vision

  • Future Combat System

    • Deploy anywhere in the world quickly

      • Self sustainable in 3-7 days

    • Network will gain information superiority in order to engage the enemy before they can engage the manned portion of the FCS

    • Comprehensive Situational Awareness

    • Manned/Unmanned Integration

      • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

      • Unmanned Ground Vehicles

    • C-130-like Transportable

      • Less armor, rely more on information

    • Reduced Logistics


Program Content

  • Research Objectives

    • Create technologies with which to design and implement highly mobile ad-hoc wireless tactical and sensor communications networks needed by the Army. Concentrating on the brigade and below communications.

  • Scientific Barriers

    • Bits/sec/Hz under power constraints and LPI AJ requirements

    • Platform mobility affecting:

      • Channel

      • Network connectivity

    • No fixed infrastructure:

      • Communications must deploy and move with the unit

  • Looking for good science that transitions to an Army need


Program Content

  • Mobile Networks

    • Emphasis on self organizing MANETs

    • Scalability issues with routing

      • Simulation tools for very large MANETs

    • Robustness at the Transport Layer

    • Varied QoS requirements

  • Sensor Networks

    • Very low energy

      • Receiver energy drain becomes an issue

  • Physical Layer

    • FHSS for LPI / AJ

    • Physical / MAC Cross Layer

      • Networking with antenna arrays


Space-Time Processing MURI

  • There is plenty of point to point MIMO research

    • Physical layer must be developed in conjunction with the higher layers

  • Reporting

    • Yearly report every year

    • All papers should be submitted to ARO


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