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Optimal Coverage Control for Net-Drone Handvoer

Title
Optimal Coverage Control for Net-Drone Handvoer
Authors
Park, Kyung Nam
DGIST Authors
Park, Kyung Nam; Park, Kyung Joon; Choi, Hong Soo
Advisor(s)
Park, Kyung Joon
Co-Advisor(s)
Choi, Hong Soo
Issue Date
2015
Available Date
2015-07-19
Degree Date
2015. 8
Type
Thesis
Keywords
Seamless handoverWireless LANAerial networkDroneTopology management
Abstract
The need for aerial network ensuring the stability of network at the specific area in which it is difficult to use network such as disaster area and rush hour is growing increasingly. However, the traditional aerial networks by UAV have problems such as limited battery for UAV, frequent handover by aerial environment and so on. These problems induce not only the fail of seamless handover but also a long handover time by frequent handover attempts. This paper presents an effective solution for resolving problems which are mentioned above. The main idea is to control the drone’s height and the distance between a drone and another drone. We also propose the seamless handover success probability and the false handover initiation probability to evaluate the optimal coverage decision algorithm. The simulation results using MATLAB show that the proposed algorithm operate to make the efficient handover compare with compare with conventional approach. The simulation also is conducted to compare the performance of the Optimal Coverage Decision algorithm by several elements. As a result, the proposed Optimal Coverage Decision algorithm guarantee the seamless handover and establish the one huge network by integrating the small networks. ⓒ 2015 DGIST
Table Of Contents
1.INTRODUCTION 2-- 2.BACKGROUND 4-- 2.1Net-Drone 4-- 2.2Wi-Fi Handover Procedure 6-- 2.3Mobile IP 7-- 3.NET-DRONE SEEN FROM 3D VIEW POINT 10-- 4.SEAMLESS HADNDOVER SUCCESS PROBABILITY AND FALSE HANDOVER INITIATION PROBABILITY 13-- 4.1Seamless handover success probability 13-- 4.2False handover Initiation probability 14-- 5.OPTIMAL COVERAGE DECISION ALGORITHM 15-- 6.SIMULATION 17-- 7.CONCLUSION 20
URI
http://dgist.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002065906
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/1408
DOI
10.22677/thesis.2065906
Degree
Master
Department
Information and Communication Engineering
University
DGIST
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