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GPS Jamming Resilient Location-based Routing for Unmanned Ground Vehicle Networks
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 Title & Authors
GPS Jamming Resilient Location-based Routing for Unmanned Ground Vehicle Networks
Lee, Jinwoo; Jung, Woo-Sung; Kim, Yong-joo; Ko, Young-Bae; Ham, Jae-Hyun; Choi, Jeung-Won;
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 Abstract
UGVs(Unmanned Ground Vehicles) are robots that can substitute humans in reconnaissance operations of potentially dangerous and contaminated sites. Currently, there have been active research on utilizing UGVs in military environments. Much resrach has been focused on exploiting the weakness of topology-based routing and instead utilize location-based routing for the networking of UGVs. It is generally assumed that location-based routing methods can fully utilize the location information gained from GPS. However, this may not be possible in tactical environments due to enemy GPS jamming and LOS(Line of Sight) limitations. To solve this problem, we propose a location-based routing scheme utilizing low control message that can calibrate the location information using GPS information as well as location of neighboring UGV, movement direct and speed information. Also utilizing topology-based routing scheme to solve incorrect location information in GPS jamming region.
 Keywords
UGV;GPS Jamming;Location-based Routing;
 Language
Korean
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