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100 1  Shang, Yadong 
245 10 Transport protocol and flow control for IP-based broadband
       aeronautical satellite networks 
300    74 p 
500    Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 46-02, 
       page: 1082 
500    Adviser: John S. Baras 
502    Thesis (M.S.)--University of Maryland, College Park, 2007 
520    The IP-based broadband aeronautical satellite network will
       provide numerous new applications and services for both 
       airspace system operations and passenger communications. 
       However, the interoperation between a satellite system and
       the exiting terrestrial Internet infrastructure introduces
       new challenges. In this thesis, we recommend suitable 
       transport protocols for an aeronautical network supporting
       Internet and data services via satellite. We study the 
       future IP-based aeronautical satellite hybrid network and 
       focus on the problems that cause dramatically degraded 
       performance of the Transport Protocol. Based on the 
       observation that it is difficult for an end-to-end TCP 
       solution to solve the performance problem effectively, we 
       proposed a new splitting based transport protocol, called 
       Aeronautical Transport Control Protocol (AeroTCP). The 
       main idea of AeroTCP is the fixed window flow control, 
       adaptive congestion control, and super fast error control.
       Simulation results showed that AeroTCP can achieve high 
       utilization of satellite channel and fairness 
590    School code: 0117 
590    DDC 
650  4 Engineering, Aerospace 
650  4 Engineering, Electronics and Electrical 
690    0538 
690    0544 
710 2  University of Maryland, College Park.|bElectrical 
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