Bandwidth requirements for the Advanced Amphibious Assault Vehicle (AAAV) command variant
Wedge, James P.
Adamiak, David V.
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s model attempts to provide better fidelity for future requirements analysis. Data on message size and transmission interval are identified that will allow grouping and analysis of message sets for future systems. Doctrinal messages appropriate for each node (unit) are identified and each message is then assigned a size (bits), and a transmission interval (minutes). Using a maneuver ashore scenario, network traffic flows for a 24-hour period are modeled with the software simulation tool ExtendiÌ . The model is then optimized and the minimum bandwidth required to support the scenario is identified
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