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Analysis of the communication of the tactical level of military management

S. Salnyk, K. Yefanova, S. Brigadir
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Description: The article deals with the mobile means of communication of the tactical level of command of troops. The task of mobile radio networks during their construction is outlined. The definition of a wireless self -organizing network, such as: Wireless Sen-sor Networks (WSN), Mesh-Networks, Ad Hoc, Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANET), Vehicle Ad-hoc Networks (VANET), Flying Ad-hoc Networks (FANET). Characterized types of wireless self-organizing networks. The work of each of the described types of networks is based on the following tools used for network construction: coordinator, router, and terminal device. These means at the present stage of telecommunication development are combined into mobile and fixed radio equipment, which are used in the tactical command line of the troops (TLUs) of the advanced countries of the world. The following communications are possible: Harris falkon 2 (3), Aselsan PRC-9661 / VRC-9661, THALES AN / PRC-148 MBITR2, Tadiran SSDR-7200HH SkyPilot Ex-tender, ITT Exel: Centaur HCDR ITT (SR- M), Cisco Aironet 1520 (1522) Series. The main characteristic features of the most widely used radio equipment in the tactical chain of command of the troops of the armed forces of the advanced countries of the world are considered. The basic levels of data flow management that are distinguished in telecommunication networks are indi-cated: the level of access to the network, the level of the "node of switching - the source - the node of commutation - the ad-dressee", the level of "process-process". The basic requirements for data streams in mobile radio networks and functions of data flow management methods in wireless self-organizing networks are determined. It is proposed to provide the transmission of data of mobile radio network using the elements of intellectualization of networks used in the conditions of fuzzy network activist, which will enable the possibility of self-organization of mobile nodes in the radio network and their decision making on managing nodes and network resources in conditions of MN uncertainty, and transmission of different types of traffic will provide tactical units units of command of troops all necessary for making managerial decisions in real-time information that with will naturally increase the combat effectiveness of these divisions.

Keywords: tactical troop control unit, mobile radio networks, wireless self-organizing networks, communications equip-ment, data flows, intelligent control, traffic engineering


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Salnyk, S.V., Yefanova, K.O. and Bryhadyr, S.P. (2018), “Analiz mobilnykh zasobiv zv`iazku taktychnoi lanky upravlinnia viiskamy” [Analysis of the communication of the tactical level of military management], Scientific Works of Kharkiv National Air Force University, Vol. 4(58), pp. 62-70. https://doi.org/10.30748/zhups.2018.58.09.