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Rapidly deployable ad-hoc network (RADAN) architecture for crisis handling - A generic design
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Pages: 174 - 178
Ad-hoc network is extensively used to create a communication hotspot exploiting the Wi-Fi and Wi-Max technologies which give rise to a smart network that can be used in a broader perspective. Here, we design Rapidly Deployable Ad-hoc Network(RADAN) for handling state or national level crisis where the emergency communication network will be deployed rapidly that will reduce/eliminate the communication gap between the catastrophe or disaster zone and the survived existing communication networks. Our design motto is to provide adequate wireless coverage in the affected area rapidly so that the communication to Command and Control (C2) headquarter can be activated within minimum time and the mitigation procedure of the affected area can be started quickly to prevent loss of lives and property. We are implementing some application in different devices to update the status of the situation and the requirements in the form of Short Message Services(SMS), Short Voice Service(SVS) and the images of the affected zone to the Headquarter so that they can take vital decisions and send the requisite commodities to the affected zone. © 2012 IEEE.
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JournalProceedings - 4th International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks, CICN 2012