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INDIAN JOURNAL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

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Dec 2020 - Volume 11, Issue 6
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Title : HANET: A REMOTE SENSING AIRBORNE ARCHITECTURE FOR MULTI-FUNCTION ADHOC NETWORKS USING SDN
Authors : Vikram Dhiman, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K Sharma
Keywords : HANET, SDN, WSN, FUZZY, Ecosystem.
Issue Date : Sep-Oct 2020
Abstract :
Proliferation and advancements for electronic wireless technologies have converged and motivated many researchers to evaluate and design a more scalable, reliable, and secure Ad-hoc network for ordinary civilians. Incorporating wireless technologies in a network always caters to human's life more conveniently, relaxing, and self-driven, where human intervention is challenging and overwhelming. However, available Ad-hoc networks are very rigid, limited to changes, and tough to manage, which doesn't allow flexibility, scalability, security, and performance in many aspects. To address said issues, we have proposed a new promising Ad-hoc network called HANET aim to support scalability and programmability. The primary goal of this model is to maintain the multi-domains state of technologies while acting as a middleware for applications such as battlefield, emergency search, and rescue, border patrol, surgical strike, agriculture monitoring, disaster warning, patient monitoring, and many more. The proposed paradigm targets to reduce the general cost for these applications and customize as per user convenience. The principle architecture and design characteristics of this paradigm have been discussed in the next session of this paper. This model motivates and contributes too many other aspects of the Ad-hoc network. This architecture incorporates the efforts of Airborne (AN) for route discovery and SDN to extended Ad-hoc networks from any corner.
Page(s) : 454-470
ISSN : 0976-5166
Source : Vol. 11, No.5
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DOI : 10.21817/indjcse/2020/v11i5/201105093