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Analysis of Wireless Tactical Network (WTN)




In the present paper the goal of the WTN program was to develop an adaptive networking capability that dramatically improved performance and reduced communication failures in complex communication networks. The past decades have witnessed advances in computing and communication technologies. Faster, smaller and more reliable devices enable communications with rapid, efficient information dissemination between mobile. These advantages are on demand setup, fault tolerance, node’s increased mobility, self-organizing connectivity, adaptive, scalable ad hoc network routing. Now days, tactical communication provides security and more authentication over movable sensor or distributed network. The tactical communication provides reliable transmission conditions which enhance its network capability as compared to moving communications. Today tactical communication elaborate reliable, flexible and fast mode of communication during movable object. The transmission and reception mechanism creates vast performance in advance wireless mobile communication and can accommodate large number of channels.

Keywords: Tactical networks, Adapt, Ad-hoc network, BER, SNR

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Atul Ranjan Srivastava. Analysis of Wireless Tactical Network (WTN). Journal of Telecommunication, Switching Systems and Networks. 2019; 6(3): 31–37p.

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