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ROMAN

“ Collaborative Tactical Networks. Network Enabled Capability (NEC) through IP routing over networks. ”

Routing over Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (ROMAN) enables automated end-to-end communication through specifically developed inter-domain routing algorithms for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANETs). Thus, all mobile and immobile systems are used together in an integrated way within the specific policies.

ROMAN Capabilities

• Enables End-to-End IP Communication • Works in a distributed manner
• Resistant to single-point of failures
• Performs Policy-based Routing
• Supports QoS in routing
• Works with different radio technologies
• Converts packets among different protocols.

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IP OVER RADIO

The project aims at ensuring an effective and optimised IP communication over HF/VHF/UHF or satellite communication environments which suffer from low bandwidth, high error rates and high delays.

IP Over Radio Features

• Prevents time-out and disconnection in TCP*
• Improves the performance
• Prevents unnecessary repetition of the packages *
• Allows transparent and lossless data compression **
• Performs UDP/IP, TCP/IP, IP header compression ***
• Ensures data integrity in lossy environments
• Works in harmony with the data link layer protocols such as Stanag 5066, Stanag 4691.
• Runs completely transparent. Applications do not need to be changed.
• Provides up to 50% performance increase in data types such as text data.
• Provides and maintains TCP connection without loss of performance even at low speeds, such as 50 bps, 75bps.
• Works in harmony with the existing radios.
• Can be integrated into Windows, Linux or SCA compatible radios.
Compliant with * RFC 3135, ** RFC 1951, *** RFC 5225

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MARLIN

The Maritime Line of Sight Networking (MARLIN) profile describes a set of protocols that provide Internet Protocol (IP) data transfer in multiple-node, multiple-hop dynamic networks employing line of sight (LOS) radio bearers. The protocols were originally developed to provide connectivity amongst ships at sea, but applications with other platforms and in other environments are possible.

The MARLIN protocol stack provides a number of services:

• Automatic and distributed neighbour discovery and network organization.
• Distributed coordination of transmission to avoid collisions on a shared channel,
• Ad-hoc operation.
• Reliable data delivery with repeat requests and automatic retransmission.
• Dynamic bandwidth allocation in response to reported requirements.
• Traffic relay to extend connectivity in multi-hop topologies.
The protocols are highly parameterized and so are capable of operating over a variety of bearers.

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STANAG 5066

STANAG 5066 is a NATO specification for running data applications over HF Radio. STANAG 5066 operates over an HF modem, and provides an interface for data applications to use and share an HF modem. It provides core data link services to enable applications to operate efficiently over HF radio, and specifies a protocol that enables a clean separation between applications and modem/radio level.

STANAG 5066 "Profile for High Frequency (HF) Radio Data Communication" is a NATO specification to enable applications to communicate efficiently over HF Radio. STANAG 5066 provides peer protocols that operate above an HF Modem and below the application level.

STANAG 5066 includes the (mandatory) SIS (Subnet Interface Service) protocol that enables an application to connect to an HF Modem through a STANAG 5066 server over TCP/IP. This enables a clean separation between application and modem.

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