Network design for survivable military satellite communication.
Juwono, Kusnadi Djati
Howard, Gilbert T.
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The survivability criterion of a communication network consisting of satellite and terrestrial radio links, is defined as a number "m" of node-disjoint paths between any node and the ground satellite terminal, assuming that the terminals and the satellite links are highly invulnerable. In this thesis, an heuristic method for finding the required number and the locations of satellite ground terminals and designing a low cost terrestrial network satisfying a prespecified survivability criterion in an area with a specific geographical condition is presented.
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