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Digital Data Transmission Network : The Studies

A research about the current communication network for the Republic of China Armed Forces revealed that there are many limitations on what can be done to improve it. One limitation is the lack of topography. The R.O.C. does not have much land area so communication systems need to be dispersed throughout the entirety of the country in order to work effectively. Additionally, wartime censorship may make it difficult for enemies to track military leaders or capabilities, making it difficult to acquire information from enemies about where your forces are located or how strong they are. Finally, there is a limit on how much money can be spent onidge Infrastructure projects, so overall progress on improving the communication network has been slow.

Digital Data Transmission Network : The Studies

A paper about the use of communication systems within the Republic of China Armed Forces Shows that currently, communication networks are not sufficiently augmented for the systematic and holistic management of an integratedDefense Communication Network for the R.O.C. The study suggests that the R.O.C. may increase its share of Air/Army/ Naval Force divisions in order to improve its readiness and Joint Operations Stability while simultaneously bolstering overall defense doctrine and skillset through the deployment of advanced ICT Systems being procured by certain private industry players in order to create a state-of-the-art Defense Network that can be used to conduct various types Integrated Defense activities (AD The information included in this paper provides insights on how communication systems may be improved for the Republic of China Armed Forces in order to better manage their overall Defense Communications Network (DCSN). The current communication networks are not optimized support the systematic and holistic implementation of an integratedDefence CommunicationNetwork, which could lead to gaps in service availability, shortages in Doctrine, operations & missions beyond our present capabilities, and reduced readiness due to degraded network state. A potential solution to this problem is through the deployment of advanced ICT Systems which would provide comprehensive system support including secure communications, Weapons Control & fire control.

An inquiry about packet switching as part of public data network development is taking place within the International Telecommunications Organisation. This committee meets to discuss ways to improve telecommunications overall. One main focus of this study is how to improve packet switching abilities within a public data network.

A study about how flexible, brain-inspired, analog and digital wireless transmission in massive future networks might work is proposed. By studying how the nervous impulses transmission mechanisms in the human brain are used, it is possible to imagine how flexible andbrain-inspired, analog and digital wireless transmission might be used in massive future networks. The study gives a new perspective on how to use flexible, brain-inspired, analog and digital wireless transmission in massive future networks.

A journal about how to parallelize the transmission of sensor data over tcp and ss will help improve the throughput and accuracy of the wireless Sensor networks.

An analysis about data transmission and receiving networks has revealed that a variable length data slot can be used to improve the efficiency of such digital circuits. Various nodal apparatus can be used to send and receive digital data in this way, with the advantage that there is less need for contention on the path between devices.

A journal about the wireless noise issue of submarine cable-instrumenting robot fish has been undertaken. The study found that the indigenous methods for communicating with the robot fish are noisy and cause drag on the submarine cable System. A new system topology is proposed which uses one-way wireless charging function and the bi-directional data communication between plant and fish. This system allows for high speed, low noise communications between plant and fish while maintaining acceptable levels of reliability.

An analysis about data accumulation caused by massive sensor data in transmission line condition monitoring system was done. The study found that the type and amount of data in the transmission line sensor network was quite different from that in earlier research. The compression algorithms used to analyze this data yielded different results. In some regards, they were more effective than others at reducing the amount of data stored in transmission line condition monitoring system.

A study about the efficiency of data fusion in wireless sensor networks has been conducted. The study was done on the assumption that the entire network is relayless and that each node sends only data to the next node. Since the average transmission distance between nodes issmall, Transmission-Efficiency (TE) can be achieved using commonly used optimization algorithms. However, ifthe nodes are fellow nodes in a wireless sensor network, then efficient data fusion will be hard to achieve without some form of cooperative signaling. In this thesis, we present a field-based technique for data fusion in wireless sensor networks which relies onTransmission-Efficiency (TE). The technique is based on the assumed fact thatEach node sends only data to the next node andereo Duffy degradation occurs when segments of attempted transmissions cross-correspond with each other; however, if these transmissions are coheredthrough cooperative signaling, they can be successfully combined into combined segments and transmittedtogether. This represents a major transformational advance over prior techniqueswhich reliance only upon unicast transmissions.

A research about energy efficient distributed data fusion in multihop wireless sensor networks has been carried out. The study looks at how energy-efficiency can be increased in a wireless sensor network by usingDistributed heuristics-based algorithm(DHB). DHB isofunctional tool to reduce required transmission energy indistributed systems. In this paper, the preliminaries areaddressEDs design and requirements ofDHB tool formultihop wireless sensor networks The efficiency of a wireless Sensor Network is often a hot topic of debate. Notwithstanding, few efforts have been made to meet the transmissionenergy requirements of sensor networks. This study developed and evaluated a Distributed Heuristics-BasedAlgorithm (DHB) for multicohort wireless sensor networks. By applying DHB toMulticolor HD Videoographs and Temperature Images, the resultsshow that DHB can provide significant electrical savings when compared with traditionaltransmission methods used in these Networks. This study ESP research paper addressEnergy efficiency issues with data fusion inmultihop wireless sensor networks.

A study about the benefits and drawbacks of digital television networks has been done. It has been concluded thatWhereas analogue television systems have been used for many years, they are becoming less popular because they are not as efficient. On the other hand, digital television networks have many advantages. One is that they are more efficient because they can carry more data at once. Another advantage is that the images and sound can be transmitted over a larger area than either analogue or digital television systems can. Some people feel that digital television networks are reminiscent of computers, in that one could use them to carry large amounts of data without penalty or experience penalty.

A journal about reliable data transmission for heterogeneous edge- IoT sensor networks has been conducted and found to be more efficient and reliable than other methods. This study found that the use of edge computing can provide a more reliable data transmission solution for IoT sensor networks.

A journal about big data analysis and prediction model for transmission line tower outliers was conducted to assess when something is wrong with transmission line tower big data. The study used deep reinforcement learning to propose a big data analysis and prediction model. The model enables choosing when something is wrong with the big data.

An evaluation about the use of wireless sensing networks in order to improve the transmission efficiency of sensed data was carried out. The study found that using wireless sensors can increase the accuracy andloe of the transferred data. Furthermore, the study found that using wireless sensing networks can help reduce communication interface costs.

A paper about a proposed cooperative MAC protocol for vehicular ad hoc networks has been conducted. The study focused on the possibility of reducing the probability of network outages through the use of peer-to-peer communication between drivers. The proposed protocol is based on the Peer-to-Peer Coordinator (PPC) algorithm, which is a PellMANWIN developed.

A study about the efficient and secure transmission of data for Cluster-Based Wireless Sensor Networks has been conducted. It found that clustering effectively enhances the performance of WSNs.

A journal about how to congest underwater acoustic networks using concurrent transmission is proposed. It is proposed that instead of using individual handshaking mechanisms between nodes, simultaneous transmission of information could be used to avoid collisions. The study found that this technique works more effectively than the conventional handshaking technique and can greatly improve the quality of service under water conditions.

A study about the method of extraction of signaled values in electronic communication networks was carried out. It was found that a feature extraction method based on symmetric algorithm is more efficient than current methods in extracting signal characteristics.

A review about flexible, brain-inspired, analog and digital wireless transmission in massive future networks has been presented. The study was inspired by the human nervous impulses transmission mechanisms in the human brain which is highly flexible.

An article about adaptive TCP Transmission Adjustment for UAV Network Infrastructure hasbeen conducted. UAV networks composed of multiple UAVs allow a wide operating radius and various tasks to be performed. However, due to the high probability of transmission failure, a UAV network suffers from high LOS penalty. Also, nodes connected to the UAV network are in close vicinity and they face more interference. Hence, it is application-specific that effective adaptation of TCP Transmission Adjustment should be executed for them.

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