Michael Bereschinsky

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The Mobile IP (MIP) protocol for IP version 4 provides continuous Internet connectivity to mobile hosts. However, currently it has some drawbacks in the areas of survivability, performance, interoperability with protocols for providing QoS. We have proposed an alternative protocol, Mobile IP with Location Registers (MIP-LR), which overcomes some of these(More)
Quality of service provisioning in wireless ad hoc networks plays an integral part in determining the success of network-centric warfare as envisioned in future military operations. It requires good scalability of the QoS architecture since ad hoc networks in the battlefield tend to be large. Previous work attacking QoS in ad hoc networks seldom considers(More)
The Mobile IP (MIP) protocol for IP version 4 as being standardized by the Internet community provides continuous Internet connectivity to mobile hosts, without requiring any changes to existing routers and higher-layer applications. We propose an alternative protocol, Mobile IP with Location Registers (MIP-LR) which is closer to the “service node” database(More)
Mobile Internetworking Protocol or Mobile 1P, proposed in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), does not consider the requirements of tactical military networks, which are predominantly radio based and “on the move” with minimal fixed infrastructure. In this paper, we present a tactical Mobile 1P solution for the military architecture, specifically(More)
Optimizing routing in mobile adhoc networks is a challenging task. Since mobile adhoc networks are highly dynamic topology natured, several routing protocols face the challenge of delay and energy conscious routing. This paper proposes a novel delay and energy conscious routing approach based on ant colony optimization. Based on the estimated delay and(More)
The use of wireless communications networks hasgained phenomenal momentum, resulting in thewidespread deployment and expansion of wireless networkinfrastructure. The dynamic and unpredictableenvironment characteristic of wireless ad-hoc networkscoupled with the scarcity of wireless network resources,limit and may even preclude the use of conventional(More)
This paper describes several technologies to provide rapidly deployable, secure, robust IP communications among tactical mobile ad hoc nodes supporting JTRS radios. This Ad-Hoc Mobility Protocol Suite (AMPS) provides six basic functions: a) automatic configuration and reconfiguration, b) mobility management, c) routing, d) reliability, e) security and f)(More)
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