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IP Mobility in Aeronautical Communications

Abstract : In the sake of modernization, aviation stakeholders decided that the future aviation network infrastructure, in particular for air-ground communication systems, will move towards IP based networks. It has been referred to in the International Civil Aviation Organization as Aeronautical Telecommunication Network/Internet Protocol Suite. Due to the heterogeneous communication environment , it is necessary to support handover between different access technologies and access networks. In this article, we first define the very specific aeronautical communication environment. Our main contribution is a performance assessment of the most deployed network protocols capable of managing IP mobility within the aeronautical environment. We focus our analysis on the Mobile IPv6 protocol and implementation issues of a representative aeronautical network in Omnet++.
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Alexandre Tran Nguyen, Alain Pirovano, Nicolas Larrieu, Alain Brossard, Stéphane Pelleschi. IP Mobility in Aeronautical Communications. Nets4, 13th International Workshop on Communication Technologies for Vehicles, Nets4Aircraft and UAV session, May 2018, Madrid, Spain. pp 16-26 / ISBN 978-3-319-90370-5, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-90371-2_2⟩. ⟨hal-01785047⟩

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