Seminar Report on Delay Tolerant Networking

Introduction to Seminar Topic on Delay Tolerant Networking:

Due to the growing network applications they should be able to communicate with all the desperate working environments which have different physical and operational constraints. In this paper we will propose an architecture called least denominator protocol which can work in multiple desperate network environments. The proposed architecture can work in both terrestrial and interplanetary environments even in extreme cases. In this paper we will look into the interplanetary protocols which are used for dynamically loading the applications.

Brief into the working:

For interplanetary communication the internet protocols cannot be best suited due to the space environments. The proposed types of protocols are used for maintaining end to connectivity between the systems and for dynamically loading the applications in the outer space stations. Consultative committee for space data systems is using the telemetry and telecom and wireless protocols for space communication over the past years.

 In the recent years CFDP is developed which is implemented by using data re transmission procedure is being used to reduce the error rate. By using CFDP the round trip latency is reduced has it never waits for the acknowledgement of the transmitted one before beginning another one. A delay tolerant network architecture is used which serves as a bride between the different working environments and the stacks in a standard manner.

Advantages:

The proposed protocols can offer the applications and the end to end data transmission services in an efficient and a reliable manner. By using these protocols we can achieve high transmission rates with a continuous connectivity at constant transmission latency. By using this method easily configure the networks for our research purposes in a inexpensive manner.

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