A plan for the access and utilization of the Defense Data Network by the United States Coast Guard.
Lane, Edward A.
Schneidewind, Norman F.
Porter, Gary R.
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This thesis presents a proposal for the integration of United States Coast Guard computer networks with the Defense Data Network. The hardware and software functional requirements for the merger are based upon a thorough understanding of packet switching and the layering of communications protocols. Results indicate that it is possible to form a hierarchical networking architecture by joining Coast Guard local-area and regional networks with the long-haul services of the Defense Data Network. Thus, computer users at each Coast Guard command level will be able to invoke a variety of applications ranging from the handling of traditional military message traffic to the processing of sophisticated software packages.
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