PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT OF HUMAN AIRCRAFT ACCORDING TO MOTION AND DIRECTION PROTOCOLS
The development and widespread use of wireless networks have increased the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) that are shaped according to global needs. Today, UAVs provide images from military and geographical discoveries, health, search and rescue and hard to reach places. Because they can undertake critical tasks, UAVs must be able to keep up with the fast and dynamic mobility models and the routing protocols appropriate to these mobility models, and work with the appropriate protocols for quality and uninterrupted connections. With the spread of these tools, which have no limits in terms of mobility, protocols related to coverage, communication and effective packet routing have been the subject of research. In this research topic, mobile UAVs were compared according to various routing protocols based on different mobility models, and comparative graphs were obtained by reference to packet size and node numbers of the results. AODV, DSDV and OLSR routing protocols were used for our scenario and Gauss Markov, Random Waypoint and Random Walk 2d mobility models were used for these routing protocols. The traffic modeling in our simulation was tested on NS3 Network Simulator software.
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