Link-layer and network-layer performance of an undersea acoustic network at Fleet Battle Experiment-India
Hartfield, Grant I.
Rice, Joseph A.
Boger, Dan C.
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This thesis is an analysis of the link-layer and network-layer performance of an experimental Seaweb undersea acoustic network. The objective is to statistically determine RTS/CTS handshaking and ARQ retransmission performance during the Fleet Battle Experiment-India, executed in June 2001. Many factors constrain or impair undersea acoustic communications. Analysis of a sample portion of the data reveals insights about the overall throughput, latency, and reliability of the Seaweb network.
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