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by Mark D. Saeger

eBook Performance Analysis of Protocol Independent Multicasting-Dense Mode in Low Earth Orbit Satellite Networks epub
  • ISBN: 1423512863
  • Author: Mark D. Saeger
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Storming Media (2003)
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Three performance metrics are used to determine protocol performance in the dynamic LEO satellite .

Three performance metrics are used to determine protocol performance in the dynamic LEO satellite environment, including Data-to- Overhead ratio, Received-to-Sent ratio, and End-to-End Delay. The OPNET(registered) simulations show that the PIM-DM Data-to-Overhead ratio is approximately 80% and the protocol reliability is extremely high, achieving a Receive-to-Sent ratio of 9. 8% across all loading levels. oceedings{eAO, title {Performance Analysis of Protocol Independent Multicasting-Dense Mode in Low Earth Orbit Satellite Networks}, author {Mark D. Saeger}, year {2012} }.

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The Ad hoc Multicast Routing protocol (AMRoute) presents a novel approach for robust IP Multicast in mobile ad hoc .

The Ad hoc Multicast Routing protocol (AMRoute) presents a novel approach for robust IP Multicast in mobile ad hoc networks by exploiting user-multicast trees and dynamic logical cores.

Multicast communication protocols continue to evolve as more applications take advantage of the efficiencies afforded by the ability of a single source to reliably send data to many users and vice versa. This article continues that evolution and provides analysis on three multicasting protocols (PIM-DM, DVMRP, and ODMRP), adapted to a low Earth orbit satellite network. We provide a simplified. overview of multicasting and the three protocols highlighted.

81 . PROTOCOL INDEPENDENT MULTICAST SPARSE MODE PIM-SM (Fenner et al 2002) has been designed as a multicast routing protocol for a sparsely populated network.

G. Giambene, Performance analysis of a PRMA protocol suitable for voice and data transmissions in low earth orbit. Benelli, R. Fantacci, and G. Giambene, Performance analysis of a PRMA protocol suitable for voice and data transmissions in low earth orbit mobile satellite systems, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 156–168, 2002.

Index Terms Low Earth Orbit (LEO), multicast routing, satellite networks Section IV is dedicated to performance evaluation of the new multicast protocol.

Index Terms Low Earth Orbit (LEO), multicast routing, satellite networks. I. INTRODUCTION SATELLITE networks are becoming important for worldwide communication. They not only provide global coverage, but they are also capable of consistently sustaining high bandwidth levels. The IP-based LEO satellite networks can provide lower delays to multicast applications such as tele-education and IP-based teleconferencing at global scale.

This is a AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A931514. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: This research explored the implementation of Protocol Independent Multicasting - Dense Mode (PIM-DM) in a LEO satellite constellation. PIM-DM is a terrestrial protocol for distributing traffic efficiently between subscriber nodes by combining data streams into a tree-based structure, spreading from the root of the tree to the branches. Using this structure, a minimum number of connections are required to transfer data, decreasing the load on intermediate satellite routers. The PIM-DM protocol was developed for terrestrial systems and this research implemented an adaptation of this protocol in a satellite system. This research examined the PIM-DM performance characteristics which were compared to earlier work for On- Demand Multicast Routing Protocol (ODMRP) and Distance Vector Multicasting Routing Protocol (DVMRP) - all in a LEO satellite network environment. Experimental results show that PIM-DM is extremely scalable and has equivalent performance across diverse workloads. Three performance metrics are used to determine protocol performance in the dynamic LEO satellite environment, including Data-to- Overhead ratio, Received-to-Sent ratio, and End- to-End Delay. The OPNET(registered) simulations show that the PIM-DM Data-to- Overhead ratio is approximately 80% and the protocol reliability is extremely high, achieving a Receive-to-Sent ratio of 99.98% across all loading levels.
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