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ISSN:2394-3661 | Crossref DOI | SJIF: 5.138 | PIF: 3.854

International Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences

(An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Online and Print Journal)

Routing Of Leo-Based Satellite Using Guided Mode

( Volume 3 Issue 3,March 2016 ) OPEN ACCESS

M.Bhanusri, B.Alekhya, D.Anil Varma, Mr.Shaik Azeez


Leo satellites are one of the most promising communication and plays important role in delivering high quality of data within the range of 500-1500 km. Leo satellites are for broadcasting internet and connecting remote places at the time of natural calamities. The Leo satellites are preferred due to less propagation delay and packet loss compared to Geo satellites. Generally the communication is done in indirect format means connecting the original satellite through intermediate ones. This leads to delay in process. To reduce that delay we are going to provide a direct communication to original satellite by knowing the co-ordinates of the particular satellites. In order to find out the co-ordinates of the satellites we need the routing protocols. The routing protocols of the satellites are based on the quality of service, multicast and multipath. By using the algorithms like ATM and switching, satellite network topology we are going to provide a direct communication with less propagation delay. The multimedia applications and live transmissions cannot bear packet loss, jitter, and timeliness and need the high throughput through the transmission. We did a survey for the best routing protocol for satellite networks.

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