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Study on Synchro-networking in Frequency-Hopping System

Author XuZuo
Tutor ChenYanHui
School Xi'an University of Electronic Science and Technology
Course Communication and Information System
Keywords Hopping wireless ad hoc networks Master - level hierarchical synchronization Mutual synchronization Software simulation platform
CLC TN929.5
Type Master's thesis
Year 2007
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Hopping wireless as the wireless transmission channel hopping channel self-organizing network is self - organized network a military communications network . Hopping synchronization hopping MANET technology is the foundation of network communication . In this paper, based on analysis of the characteristics of the wireless self-organizing network , the main level hierarchical network synchronization programs, as well as two software platform design ideas and implementation process . And studied theoretically the master-slave synchronization and mutual synchronization performance , and describes a corresponding improvement measures . The main content of this paper is divided into the following sections : 1 . Hopping communication system and wireless ad hoc network , analyzing its characteristics and its application in the field of military communications . 2 . Analysis of the characteristics of the frequency hopping wireless ad hoc network , network synchronization protocol suitable for frequency hopping wireless self-organizing network research and design , based on a detailed analysis of the design idea and implementation process of the split- level synchronization scheme , and two software simulation platform to verify the protocol design . The main hopping wireless self-organizing network from the level hierarchical synchronization and mutual synchronization program performance analysis, and introduces some improvements on this basis .

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