Route Optimization for Network Mobility Based Aeronautical Network Using Correspondent Router

@article{Kong2011RouteOF,
  title={Route Optimization for Network Mobility Based Aeronautical Network Using Correspondent Router},
  author={Ruoshan Kong and Jing Feng and Huaibei Zhou},
  journal={IJCNS},
  year={2011},
  volume={4},
  pages={667-673}
}
The future aeronautical network will be based on IPv6 and the services over the aeronautical network will be classified into 3 domains: Air Traffic Services (ATS), Airline Operational Services (AOS) and Passenger Information and Entertainment Services (PIES), among which the ATS and AOS domains are important for aircraft safety and airline business operation. Some schemes have been proposed to provide IP mobility support for aeronautical network, and Network Mobility (NEMO) scheme is the most… CONTINUE READING

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