Rapidly Deployable Radio Networks

@inproceedings{Bush1996RapidlyDR,
  title={Rapidly Deployable Radio Networks},
  author={N. Bush and Sunil Jagannath and Ricardo Sanchez and Joseph B. Evans and Victor S. Frost and Sam ShanmuganAugust},
  year={1996}
}
This is a speciication for the network architecture and functionality of the Rapidly Deployable Radio Network. Invariants for each protocol layer, as well as connguration, reconnguration, link quality, and mobility are speciied. Implementation of high level functionality is prioritized, while refraining from over-specifying some of the interesting areas of research. Existing standards and areas of research are identiied providing a framework for the development of the RDRN network architecture. 

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