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Searchable Listing of Technical Sessions, Papers, and
UNCLASSIFIED PROGRAM
SESSION AND PAPER LOCATOR
AM Sessions:
Paper 1:
9:00AM – 9:25AM
Paper 2:
9:25AM – 9:50AM
Paper 3:
9:50AM – 10:15AM
BREAK:
10:15AM – 10:45AM
Paper 4:
Paper 5:
Paper 6:
10:45AM – 11:10AM
11:10AM – 11:35AM
11:35AM – 12:00AM
(10/19 10:00 AM
– 10:45 AM)
PM Sessions:
Paper 1:
2:15PM – 2:40PM
Paper 2:
2:40PM – 3:05PM
Paper 3:
3:05PM – 3:30PM
BREAK:
3:30PM – 4:00PM
Paper 4:
Paper 5:
Paper 6:
(10/20 2:45 PM
– 4:00 PM)
4:00PM – 4:25PM
4:25PM – 4:50PM
4:50PM – 5:15PM
U101 - Evolving and Future Architectures, Networks, Systems & Technologies:
Networks with Space Nodes
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 409
Session Organizers: Phong Tran, SAIC; Cam Tran, SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego
Session Chair: Phong Tran, SAIC
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society
Enabling Transformation with TSAT (invited paper)
Lieutenant Colonel David Michael Stroud, United States Strategic Command
Phong Pham Tran, Science Applications International Corporation
Building a Net-Centric DOD Teleport (invited paper)
Charles Pitts, Systems Technology Forum, LTD
John Wilson, DISA
Wade Leonard, Booz Allen Hamilton
Major Michael Moyles, United States Strategic Command
Doug Meyer, Systems Technology Forum, LTD
Steve Miller, SPAWARSYSCEN
Modeling and Simulation to Support the Development of the Navy’s Extremely High Frequency TDMA Interface Processor
(EHF-TIP)
Wonita Youm, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego
Merv Acevedo, LinQuest Corporation
Allen Heaberlin, LinQuest Corporation
Dave Chase, LinQuest Corporation
CLEO and VMOC: Enabling Warfighters to Task Space Payloads
Lloyd Wood, Cisco Systems
William D. Ivancic, NASA Glenn Research Center
Eric Miller, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
Dave Hodgson, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd
Dave Stewart, Verizon Federal Network Systems/NASA Glenn Research Center
Brett Conner, Air Force Space Battlelab
Global Broadcast Service DVB-T Tactical Broadcast Architecture
Christopher Holt, Booz Allen Hamilton
Christopher Ellis, Booz Allen Hamilton
Pamela Hemmings, Booz Allen Hamilton
Bruce Bennett, DISA
Dynamic Access Methodology for Satellite-Based Networks
Dave Minerath, United States Naval Research Laboratory
Reed Porada, United States Naval Research Laboratory
Ivan Corretjer, United States Naval Research Laboratory
Mike Rupar, United States Naval Research Laboratory
U102 - SATCOM Systems I
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 409
Session Organizer: Barry Felstead, Communications Research Centre
Session Chair: William Carmichael, Rockwell Collins
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Common Data Link (CDL) from Space - Preliminary Lessons from the TACSAT-2 Demonstration Program
Russell Dewey, Technology Service Corporation
James "Bomber" Bishop, Technology Service Corporation
Geostationary Satellite Link Availability of Airborne Communication Nodes
Peter Wu, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Optimal Interceptor for Frequency Hopped DPSK Waveform
Peter Wu, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
A Fast Position Recovery Approach for GPS Receivers in Jamming Environments and a Recommendation for Future
GPS Signal Structure
David Akopian, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Sos Agaian, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Phased Array Performance Characteristics and Compliance with SATCOM Military Standards
Peter E Bocon, Raytheon Company
James Renfro, Raytheon Company
Thomas McGree, Raytheon Company
A Perspective on Future Naval SATCOM Antennas
E. Barry Felstead, Communications Research Centre Canada
Maximizing Throughput for Satellite Communication in a Hybrid FEC/ARQ Scheme Using LDPC Codes
Shervin Shambayati, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Christopher Jones, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Dariush Divsalar, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
U103 - SATCOM Systems II
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 409
Session Organizer: Barry Felstead, Communications Research Centre
Session Chair: Barry Felstead, Communications Research Centre
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Cascade: A Ka-Band Smallsat System Providing Global Movement of Extremely Large Data Files
Greg Giffin, MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates
Kjell Magnussen, MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates
Mark Wlodyka, MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates
Logan Duffield , MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates
Bernard Poller, MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates
Joseph Bravman, Omnisat LLC
Concepts for Reliable Communications over Blockage Channels
Wayne G. Phoel, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Digital Video Broadcast – Handheld (DVB-H) – A Mobile Last-Mile Tactical Broadcast Solution
Bruce Bennett, DISA
Pamela Hemmings, Booz Allen Hamilton
Christopher Holt, Booz Allen Hamilton
DVB-S2 Benefits for Military Broadcast Systems
Bruce Bennett, DISA
Christopher Holt, Booz Allen Hamilton
Michael Skowrunski, Booz Allen Hamilton
Edwin Summers, Booz Allen Hamilton
Portable Universal Ground Processing Unit for Remote Satellite Control
Paul J. Oleski, Air Force Research Laboratory/IFGE
Bill Asiano, Real Time Logic, Inc.
Rapid Prototyping and Test of a C4ISR Ku-Band Antenna Pointing and Stabilization System for Communications On-TheMove
Sam Nazari, BAE SYSTEMS
Keith Brittain, BAE SYSTEMS
David Haessig, BAE SYSTEMS
U104 - Advanced SATCOM Techniques
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 409
Session Organizer: Lori Jeromin, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Session Chair: Lori Jeromin, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Satellite Communications Link Adaptation Design and Interaction with TCP
Steven W. Boyd, Clemson University
Thomas G. Macdonald, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Joint Phased Array Antenna Gain Patterning and Scheduling for Satcom Transmission
Jihwan Choi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Vincent Chan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kurtosis DPLL and PTCM Decoder for Non-Linearly Amplified 16-QAM
S. Jayasimha, Signion Systems Ltd.
P. Jyothendar, Signion Systems Ltd.
CDMA Demodulation by Satellite in Heavy Co-Channel Interference using Matrix Pencil
Seema Sud, ITT Industries
Statistical Analysis of Dynamic Coding and Modulation Theater Level Gains
George Case, Stratogis Networks
Stephen Modelfino, Kayron Solutions
Digital Video Broadcast Return Channel Satellite (DVB-RCS) Architectures and Applications for the Department of
Defense (DoD)
Bruce Bennett, DISA
Kensing Quock, Booz Allen Hamilton
Michael Skowrunski, Booz Allen Hamilton
Michael Difrancisco, Booz Allen Hamilton
U105 - Satellite IP Network Architectures and QoS
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 409
Session Organizer: Sastri Kota, Harris Corporation
Session Chair: Sastri Kota, Harris Corporation
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society – Satellite and Space Communications Technical
Committee
QoS Considerations for Future Packet Switched Satellite Communication Systems with Dynamic Resource
Allocation (invited paper)
Aradhana Narula-Tam, MIT LIncoln Laboratory
Jeff Wysocarski, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Huan Yao, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Mu-Cheng Wang, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Thomas Macdonald, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Orton Huang, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Julee Pandya, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Link-Layer Dynamic Resource Allocation for TCP over Satellite Networks
Julee P. Pandya, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Aradhana Narula-Tam, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Huan Yao, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Jeffrey S. Wysocarski, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Analysis and Comparisons of Acceleration Protocols for TCP over Satellite
Jonathan Doffoh, United States Naval Research Lab
Mathew Puckett, United States Naval Research Lab
Raymond Mereish, United States Naval Research Lab
Comparison of TCP to XCP Performance on Channels with Correlated Errors Employing Error Correction and
Interleaving
Bishwaroop Ganguly, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Vineet Mehta, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Buffer Management Schemes for Enhanced TCP Performance over Satellite Links (invited paper)
Sonia Jain, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Eytan Modiano, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Analyzing Routing Protocol Convergence in Routed Satellite Networks
Julian Hsu, Boeing Satellite Systems, Inc.
Brian Pheiffer, Boeing Satellite Systems, Inc.
Hao Phung, Boeing Satellite Systems, Inc.
Ying Feria, Boeing Satellite Systems, Inc.
U106 - SATCOM On-The-Move
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 409
Session Organizer: Richard Wexler, The MITRE Corporation
Session Chair: Richard Wexler, The MITRE Corporation
Sponsored by: MILCOM
A Performance Analysis on the Application of Commercial Standards for IP SATCOM Modems
Jeffrey Heissler, The MITRE Corporation
James Marshall, The MITRE Corporation
Richard Piccola, The MITRE Corporation
Ranjan Sonalkar, The MITRE Corporation
Jianyu Zeng, The MITRE Corporation
Medium Data Rate (MDR) Satellite Communications (SATCOM) On-The-Move (SOTM) Prototype Terminal for
Army Warfighters
Richard S. Wexler, The MITRE Corporation
David Ho, The MITRE Corporation
David N. Jones, The MITRE Corporation
the
Ku-band SATCOM On-The-Move Network
Don Wilcoxson, ViaSat
Brian Sleight, ViaSat
Don Buchman, ViaSat
Ric VanderMeulen, ViaSat
Practical On-The-Move Satellite Communications for Present and Future Mobile Warfighters
Jerry Brand, Harris Corporation GCSD
Performance Characterization of Dynamic Allocation Schemes for Multi-Frequency TDMA SATCOM On-The-Move
Andrew P. Worthen, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Nathaniel M. Jones, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
John D. Choi, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
U107 - SATCOM Engineering
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 410
Session Organizer: Mike Rupar, Naval Research Laboratory
Session Chair: Mike Rupar, Naval Research Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
UHF SATCOM Adjacent Channel Emissions and Modem Implementation Loss: Predictions/Measurements for the Linear
Phase SBPSK Modulation Waveform Family
M. A. Belkerdid, Mnemonics Inc.
TJ Mears, Mnemonics Inc.
H. T. Weeter, Mnemonics Inc.
Transmit Receive Module for S-Band Electronically Scanned Antenna With on Board Digital Control, Health Monitoring
and Telemetry
Paul J. Oleski, Air Force Research Laboratory
Sarjit S. Bharj, Princeton Microwave Technology
Madan Thaduri, Princeton Microwave Technology
IP Modem Applications in US Army Networks
Dhaval Shah, US Army, PM DCATS
Dave Khalil, US Army, PM DCATS
James Hand, AASKI Technology, Inc.
Bharat Parikh, AASKI Technology, Inc.
Hybrid Networks with a Space Segment - Topology Design and Security Issues
Ayan Roy-Chowdhury, University of Maryland College Park
John S. Baras, University of Maryland College Park
Michael Hadjitheodosiou, University of Maryland College Park
Nicolas Rentz, INP Grenoble France
DVB Link Analysis using Commercial and Wideband Gapfiller Satellites
Bruce Bennett, DISA
Kensing Quock, Booz, Allan and Hamilton
Jim Marshall, The MITRE Corporation
George Kinal, The MITRE Corporation
Richard Gibbons, The MITRE Corporation
U108 - Airborne Networking: Enabling Technologies I
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 410
Session Organizer: Thomas Macdonald, US Air Force, Airborne Lasercom Terminal Program Office
Session Chair: Thomas Macdonald, US Air Force, Airborne Lasercom Terminal Program Office
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Comparison of Jamming Robustness of Airborne Networking Waveforms
Frederick J. Block, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Position-Based Broadcast TDMA Scheduling for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks with Advantaged Nodes
Konstantinos (Gus) Amouris, Renaissance Wireless
Link Management in the Air Force Airborne Network
Rafols Ramirez, The MITRE Corporation
Automated Topology Control for Wideband Directional Links in Airborne Military Networks
Daniel J. Van Hook, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Mark O. Yeager, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
John D. Laird, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Ka Band Spectrum Reuse for Surrogate Satellites or Unmanned Airborne Vehicles
Carmen P. Cerasoli, The MITRE Corporation
Speed and Direction Adaptive Call Admission Control for High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) UMTS
Yu Chiann Foo, Defence Science and Technology Agency, Singapore
Woo Lip Lim, Centre for Strategic Infocomm Technologies, Singapore
U109 - Airborne Networking: Enabling Technologies II
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM – 3:30PM
Room: 410
Session Organizer: Thomas Macdonald, US Air Force, Airborne Lasercom Terminal Program Office
Session Chair: Leonard Schiavone, The MITRE Corporation
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Mobile Airborne Networking Experiences with Paul Revere
Joseph Cooley, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Leonid Veytser, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Orton Huang, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Steve McGarry, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Flexible Access Secure Transfer (FAST) Tactical Communications Waveform for Airborne Networking
Reza Ghanadan, BAE Systems
Peter Tufano, BAE Systems
John Gu, BAE Systems
Jessica Hsu, BAE Systems
Christine Connelly, BAE Systems
Topology Formation Algorithms for Wireless Networks with Reconfigurable Directional Links
Thomas Vitolo, Boston University
Jian-Qiang Hu, Boston University
Leslie Servi, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Vineet Mehta, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
U110 - Transformational Communication Control and Network Management
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 410
Session Organizer: Subramaniam Kandaswamy, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Subramaniam Kandaswamy, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Scalable Policy Management for Ad Hoc Networks (invited paper)
Ritu Chadha, Telcordia Technologies
Yuu-Heng Cheng, Telcordia Technologies
Jason Chiang, Telcordia Technologies
Gary Levin, Telcordia Technologies
Shih-Wei Li, Telcordia Technologies
Alexander Poylisher, Telcordia Technologies
Lorraine LaVergne, US Army CERDEC
Scott Newman, US Army CERDEC
On Managing Intelligent Satellite Networks – An Evolutionary Approach in Policy Based Distributed Management
Greg Totsline, Hughes Network Systems, LLC
Rajeev Gopal, Hughes Network Systems, LLC
Overcoming the Data-Scale Management Challenge in Large, Dynamic Networks (invited paper)
Dwight Barker, Network Physics, Inc.
Capacity Enhancement with Dynamic Resource Management for Next Generation Satellite Systems
David Whitefield, Hughes Network Systems
Rajeev Gopal, Hughes Network Systems
Evaluating Communication Architectures in Operational Information Services
Jan de Jongh, TNO
Mockets: A Comprehensive Application-Level Communications Library
Niranjan Suri, University of West Florida and Lancaster University
Mauro Tortonesi, University of West Florida and University of Ferrara
Maggie Breedy, University of West Florida
Marco Carvalho, University of West Florida
Robert Winkler, U. S. Army Research Laboratory
U201 - Security, Risk Assessment and Information Sharing in Critical Infrastructures
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 408
Session Organizer: Peter Sholander, Sandia National Laboratories
Session Chair: Peter Sholander, Sandia National Laboratories
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Enhancing Network Survivability with Out of Band
Joseph P Brenkosh, Sandia National Laboratories
Brian R Kellogg, Sandia National Laboratories
Ronald R Olsberg, Sandia National Laboratories
Edward L Witzke, Sandia National Laboratories
Securing Air-Ground Communications
Vic Patel, FAA
IT Architecture for Homeland Security
Gerald S. Metz, Northrop Grumman Corp.
Metadata Requirements in a Multi-layered Networked Environment
Anthony W. Isenor, DRDC Atlantic
Assessing Dependability of Wireless Networks Using Neural Networks
A. Snow, Ohio University
G. Weckman, Ohio University
P. Rastogi, Ohio University
Risk Assessment for Physical and Cyber Attacks on Critical Infrastructures
J. Depoy, Sandia National Laboratories
J. Phelan, Sandia National Laboratories
P. Sholander, Sandia National Laboratories
B. Smith, Sandia National Laboratories
G.B. Varnado, Sandia National Laboratories
G. Wyss, Sandia National Laboratories
U202 - Information Assurance in Military Communications
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 408
Session Organizer: Michael Kurdziel, Harris Corporation
Session Chair: Michael Kurdziel, Harris Corporation
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Infrastructures and Algorithms for Distributed Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Joao B. D. Cabrera, Scientific Systems Company
Carlos Gutierrez, Scientific Systems Company
Raman K. Mehra, Scientific Systems Company
Optimization Techniques for Military Multicast Key Management
Thorsten Aurisch, Forschungsgesellschaft für Angewandte Naturwissenschaften
Key Establishment in Sensor Networks Based on Triangle Grid Deployment Model
Yun Zhou, University of Florida
Yanchao Zhang, University of Florida
Yuguang Fang, University of Florida
The CRC-NTMAC for Noisy Message Authentication
Yu Liu, University of Delaware
Charles Boncelet, University of Delaware
A Highly Adaptive Novel Symmetric Encryption Using the Sylvester Equation with an Application Example for
Lossless Audio Compression
Min-Sung Koh, Eastern Washington University
Esteban Rodriguez-Marek, Eastern Washington University
Policy-Based Security Management for Ad-hoc Wireless Systems
Harold Zheng, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sherry Wang, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Robert A. Nichols, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
U203 - Information Assurance I (Wired, Wireless, Space, Airborne)
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 408
Session Organizer: Jarret Rush, The MITRE Corporation
Session Chair: Jarret Rush, The MITRE Corporation
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society
Security Protocols in Wireless Tactical Sensor Networks
Dimitrios Vergados, University of the Aegean
Giannis Stergiou, University of the Aegean
A Performance Evaluation of Security Schemes Proposed for the OLSR Protocol
Eli Winjum, UniK - University Graduate Center at Kjeller
Anne Marie Hegland, UniK - University Graduate Center at Kjeller
Pål Spilling, UniK - University Graduate Center at Kjeller, Norway
Øivind Kure, Q2S, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Secure Routing with Time-Space Cryptography for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Inwhee Joe, Hanyang University
Defend Against Topological Attacks in Sensor Networks
Yun Zhou, University of Florida
Yuguang Fang, University of Florida
A Power Efficient Link-Layer Security Protocol (LLSP) for Wireless Sensor Networks
Jian Ren, Michigan State University
Tongtong Li, Michigan State University
Dean Assam, Michigan State University
Ensuring the Security of Warfighters' SATCOM via Programmable Cryptographic Devices
Joseph D. Bull, Booz Allen Hamilton
U204 - Information Assurance II (Wired, Wireless, Space, Airborne)
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 408
Session Organizer: Jarret Rush, The MITRE Corporation
Session Chair: Rodney Hayes, The MITRE Corporation
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society
Securing Ad Hoc Networks Using IPSec
Abhrajit Ghosh, Telcordia Technologies
Rajesh Talpade, Telcordia Technologies
Moncef Elaoud, Telcordia Technologies
Michael Bereschinsky, U. S. Army CERDEC/S&TCD
Self-Defending Security Software
John E. Kerivan, nGran, LLC
Kenneth Brothers, CleanComputes
Increasing the DoS Attack Resiliency in Military Ad Hoc Networks
Jarmo Mölsä, Helsinki University of Technology
Detecting Coordinated Attacks in Tactical Wireless Networks using Cooperative Signature-Based Detectors
Mike Little, Telcordia Technologies
Calvin Ko, Sparta, Inc.
TEALab: A Testbed for Ad Hoc Networking Security Research
Mike Little, Telcordia Technologies
U205 - Information Assurance Engineering
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 408
Session Organizer: Elizabeth Kyle-Bowlsbey, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Elizabeth Kyle-Bowlsbey, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Survivability Analysis of Distributed Systems Using Attack Tree Methodology
Casey Fung, Boeing Phantom Works
Yi-Liang Chen, Rockwell Scientific Co.
Xinyu Wang, Rockwell Scientific Co.
Joseph Lee, Rockwell Scientific Co.
Richard Tarquini, Rockwell Scientific Co.
Mark Anderson, Rockwell Scientific Co.
Richard Linger, SEI/Carnegie Mellon University
Quantifying Trust: Data Integrity Metrics (invited paper)
E. M. Kyle-Bowlsbey, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
D. R. Zaret, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Methodologies and Metrics for the Testing and Analysis of Distributed Denial of Service Attacks and Defenses
Stephen Schwab, SPARTA, Inc.
Brett Wilson, SPARTA, Inc.
Roshan Thomas, SPARTA, Inc.
The New FISMA Standards and Guidelines: Changing the Dynamic of Information Security for the Federal Government
(invited paper)
Ron Ross, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Patricia Toth, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Stuart Katzke, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Multiple Independent Levels of Safety and Security: High Assurance Architecture for MSLS/MLS
Gordon Uchenick, Objective Interface Systems, Inc.
Mark Vanfleet, National Security Agency
Towards the Safe Use of Dynamically Transformed Itinerant Software
Mike Jochen, University of Delaware
Anteneh Addis Anteneh, University of Delaware
Lori L. Pollock, University of Delaware
Lisa M. Marvel, U. S. Army Research Laboratory
U206 - Information Assurance for the GIG
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 408
Session Organizer: Xi Jiang, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Xi Jiang, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society
Scalable HAIPE Discovery Using a DNS-like Reference Model
Glen Nakamoto, The MITRE Corporation
Lisa Higgins, The MITRE Corporation
Justin Richer, The MITRE Corporation
The Application of Header Compression to IPSEC Encrypted Networks
Etzel Brower, Booz Allen Hamilton
Emre Ertekin, Booz Allen Hamilton
Christos A. Christou, Booz Allen Hamilton
Sean O'Keeffe, National Security Agency
Detection of BGP Routing Misbehavior against Cyber-Terrorism
Georgos Siganos, University of California, Riverside
Michalis Faloutsos, University of California, Riverside
Unsupervised Anomaly Detection System using Next-Generation Router Architecture
N. Chevrollier, National Institute of Standards and Technology
N. Montavont, National Institute of Standards and Technology
N. Golmie, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Automatic Extraction of Accurate Application-Specific Sandboxing Policy
Tzi-cker Chiueh, Rether Networks Inc.
Lap-chung Lam, Rether Networks Inc.
U207 - Information Management and Dissemination
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 407
Session Organizer: Francesco A. Calabrese, George Washington University
Session Chair: Francesco A. Calabrese, George Washington University
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Architecture and Algorithm for High Performance Fault-tolerant Replication of Sensitive Military and
Homeland Security C3IDatabase Messages
Parthasarathy Guturu, University of North Texas
A Semantic Services Framework for C4ISR Applications
Robert M. Barnhart, SAIC
Untangling Technology Debates on Information Sharing and Interoperability
Frits Duus Jørgensen, Systematic Software Engineering
Peter Gorm Larsen, Systematic Software Engineering
J. Mark Stadtmueller, Systematic Software Engineering
Cognitive Interoperability and Decision Making in Network-Centric Coalition Force Environments
Dr. Dirk R. Klose, US Army CERDEC
Dr. Israel Mayk, US Army CERDEC
Andrew Chan, US Army CERDEC
Mike Mai, US Army CERDEC
Hobbie Negaran, US Army CERDEC
Visualization: Detecting Societal Behaviors
Russell Truscott, AT&T Labs - Research
Eleftherios Koutsofios, AT&T Labs - Research
Network Awareness in Operation Iraqi Freedom: A Case Study of the First Marine Expeditionary Force
Ron Caro, National - Louis University
Major Mark Flournoy, USMC, United States Special Operations Command
Paul Sparks, Pepperdine University
Major Ossen DHaiti, USMC, Secretary of the Navy: Office of Strategic Planning
U208 - Information Assurance Techniques
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 407
Session Co-Organizer: Kyriakos Manousakis, Telcordia Technologies; John Fitton, Harris Corporation
Session Chair: John Fitton, Harris Corporation
Sponsored by: MILCOM
All-optical Encryption for Links at 10 Gbps and Above
Fred F. Froehlich, Essex Corporation
Craig H. Price, Essex Corporation
Terry M. Turpin, Essex Corporation
Janeen A. Cooke, Essex Corporation
Protecting Information Security Availability via Self-Adapting Intelligent Agents
Robby S. Fussell, AT&T Government Solutions and Nova Southeastern University
Portable Intrusion-Resilient Database Management Server
Alexey Smirnov, State University of New York at Stony Brook
Tzi-cker Chiueh, State University of New York at Stony Brook
Lap-chung Lam, State University of New York at Stony Brook
Rotationally Robust Data Hiding in JPEG Images Using a Tunable Spreading Function
Christopher E. Fleming, Villanova University
Bijan G. Mobasseri, Villanova University
U209 - Communications Security I
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 407
Session Organizer: Stamatios Kartalopoulos, University of Oklahoma
Session Chair: Stamatios Kartalopoulos, University of Oklahoma
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Configuring Enterprise Public Key Infrastructures to Permit Integrated Deployment of Signature, Encryption and
Control Systems
Chris Williams, Science Applications International Corporation
High Data Rate Quantum Noise Limited Cryptography over Long Distances
T. Banwell, Telcordia Technologies
P. Toliver, Telcordia Technologies
J. C. Young, Telcordia Technologies
J. Hodge, Telcordia Technologies
M. Rauch, Telcordia Technologies
M. S. Goodman, Telcordia Technologies
G. Kanter, Northwestern University
V. Grigoryan , Northwestern University
C. Liang, Northwestern University
E. Corndorf, Northwestern University
P. Kumar, Northwestern University
Identifying Vulnerabilities of Quantum Cryptography in Secure Optical Data Transport (invited paper)
Stamatios V. Kartalopoulos, The University of Oklahoma
Secret Communication in Presence of Colluding Eavesdroppers
Satashu Goel, Carnegie Mellon University
Rohit Negi, Carnegie Mellon University
On Sensitivity Analysis of Low Probability of Intercept (LPI) Capabilty
Peter H. Wu, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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On Efficient Key Pre-Distribution in Large Scale Wireless Sensor Networks
Kui Ren, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Kai Zeng, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Wenjing Lou, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
U210 - Communications Security II
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 407
Session Organizer: Stamatios Kartalopoulos, University of Oklahoma
Session Chair: Stamatios Kartalopoulos, University of Oklahoma
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Efficient Message Authentication for Spread Spectrum Wireless Communications
Shengkuan Xiao, University of Delaware
David Carman, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Charles Boncelet, University of Delaware
DNA-Inspired Cryptographic Method in Optical Communications, Authentication and Data Mimicking (invited paper)
Stamatios V. Kartalopoulos, The University of Oklahoma
Automatic Resynchronization Technique for Secure Communication with Stream Ciphers
Janghong Yoon, NSRI
Wireless Security Protocol using a Low Cost Pseudo Random Number Generator
Karthik Ramakrishnan, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
Aruna Balasubramanian, CompSys Technologies
Sumita Mishra, CompSys Technologies
Ramalingam Sridhar, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
Physical Layer Built-in Security Analysis and Enhancement of CDMA Systems
Tongtong Li, Michigan State University
Jian Ren, Michigan State University
Qi Ling, Michigan State University
Anil Jain, Michigan State University
Digital Video Watermarking for Metadata Embedding in UAV Video
Michael P. Marcinak, Villanova University
Bijan G. Mobasseri, Villanova University
U211 - Bandwidth-Efficient and Secure Real-Time Automatic Network Management
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 407
Session Co-Organizer: Erik Kjeldsen, Scientific Research Corporation; Randy Coleburn, Scientific
Research Corporation
Session Chair: Randy Coleburn, Scientific Research Corporation
Sponsored by: MILCOM
A Novel Software Agent Framework with Embedded Policy Control
Cho-Yu Jason Chiang, Telcordia Technologies
Ritu Chadha, Telcordia Technologies
Yuu-Heng Cheng, Telcordia Technologies
Gary Levin, Telcordia Technologies
Shihwei Li, Telcordia Technologies
Alex Poylisher, Telcordia Technologies
Cognitive Networking with Software Programmable Intelligent Networks for Wireless and Wireline Critical
Communications (invited paper)
Shannon M. Lake Sr., OMNIVERGENT Communications
Efficient and Secure Indirect-Address Service Discovery in MANET
Renwei Ge, University of Delaware
Giovanni Di Crescenzo, Telcordia Technologies
Mariusz Fecko, Telcordia Technologies
Sunil Samtani, Telcordia Technologies
Performance Modeling and Analysis of a Mobile Ad Hoc Network Management System (invited paper)
Latha Kant, Telcordia Technologies
Stephanie Demers, Telcordia Technologies
Praveen Gopalakrishnan, Telcordia Technologies
Ritu Chadha, Telcordia Technologies
Lorraine LaVergne, U. S. Army CERDEC
Scott Newman, U. S. Army CERDEC
Adaptive Fault Localization in Mobile Ad Hoc Battlefield Networks
Maitreya Natu, University of Delaware
Adarshpal S. Sethi, University of Delaware
U212 - Management of Ad Hoc Networks
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 407
Session Organizer: Adarsh Sethi, University of Delaware
Session Chair: Adarsh Sethi, University of Delaware
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society – Technical Committee on Network Operations and
Management
Mission-Oriented NETOPS: An Operational Framework for Coordinated Planning, Analysis, Activation, Monitoring, and
Response for Current and Transformational Networks
Kevin Braz, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Adam Payne, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Chakkrit Julasak, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Adaptive Dynamic Server Placement in MANETs
Ritu Chadha, Telcordia Technologies
Alexander Poylisher, Telcordia Technologies
Budhaditya Deb, Rutgers University
Michael Littman, Rutgers University
Bikash Sabata, IET
Software Defined Radio Wideband Networking QoS Testbed
Greg Osborn, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Frank James, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Al Stewart, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Becky Swinford, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Scott Chuprun, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Monitoring Wireless Sensor Networks through Logical Deductive Processes
Luca Gatani, Universit`a degli Studi di Palermo
Giuseppe Lo Re, Universit`a degli Studi di Palermo
Marco Ortolani, Universit`a degli Studi di Palermo
Adapting DNS to Dynamic Ad Hoc Networks
Raquel Morera, Telcordia Technologies
Anthony McAuley , Telcordia Technologies
ActiveEdge-M: A Survivable, Multi-Agent Middleware Platform for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Sebastien Rosset, Cougaar Software, Inc.
Sue Rho, Cougaar Software, Inc.
Timothy Redmond, Cougaar Software, Inc.
U301 - Tactical Ad Hoc Mobile Networks: Protocols
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 401
Session Organizer: Jae H. Kim, Boeing Phantom Works
Session Chair: Jae H. Kim, Boeing Phantom Works
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society
Design Framework for Hierarchy Maintenance Algorithms in Mobile Ad hoc Networks
Kyriakos Manousakis, University of Maryland, College Park
John S. Baras, University of Maryland, College Park
Anthony J. McAuley, Telcordia Technologies
Raquel Morera, Telcordia Technologies
Mobile Backbone Network Routing with Flow Control and Distance Awareness (MBNR-FC/DA)
Xiaolong Huang, University of California, Los Angeles
Izhak Rubin, University of California, Los Angeles
Distributed Pruning Algorithms Based on Neighborhood Connectivity for Broadcast Communication in Wireless
Networks
Di Yuan, Linkoping University
Ad Hoc
Performance of All Directional Transmission and Reception Algorithms in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Directional
Antennas (invited paper)
Zhensheng Zhang, San Diego Research Center
Bo Ryu, San Diego Research Center
Gayathri Nallamothu, San Diego Research Center
Zhouchuan Huang, San Diego Research Center
A Neighbor Discovery Protocol for Directional Antenna Networks (invited paper)
Guangyu Pei, Boeing Phantom Works
Marcelo M. Albuquerque, Boeing Phantom Works
Jae H. Kim, Boeing Phantom Works
Paul R. Norris, Boeing Phantom Works
Douglas P. Nast, Boeing Phantom Works
Disruption Tolerant Networking for Heterogeneous Ad Hoc Networks
Kevin Fall, Intel Research
U302 - Tactical Ad Hoc Mobile Networks: Applications
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 401
Session Organizer: Jae H. Kim, Boeing Phantom Works
Session Chair: Jae H. Kim, Boeing Phantom Works
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society
A New Stateful Host Auto-Configuration Protocol for Digital Battlefield MANETs
M. Nazeeruddin, University of Ulster
G. P. Parr, University of Ulster
B. W. Scotney, University of Ulster
Support Real-time Interactive Session Applications over a Tactical Mobile Ad Hoc Network (invited paper)
Li Li, Communications Research Centre, Industry Canada
Louise Lamont, Communications Research Centre, Industry Canada
Disruption Tolerant Networking Proxies for On-The-Move Tactical Networks
Keith Scott, The MITRE Corporation
DiffServ Extensions to Dynamic Link States and Bandwidths for QoS-Aware Mobile Networking Applications (invited
paper)
Arun Ayyagari, Boeing Phantom Works
Orlie Brewer, Boeing Phantom Works
Torsten H. Griem, Boeing Phantom Works
Jae H. Kim, Boeing Phantom Works
Disruption Tolerant Networking Demonstration for Marine Corps CONDOR
Salil Parikh, The MITRE Corporation
Robert C. Durst, The MITRE Corporation
U303 - Sensor Networks I
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 401
Session Organizer: Kirk Chang, Telcordia Technologies
Session Chair: Kirk Chang, Telcordia Technologies
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Fuzzy Diffusion for Distributed Sensor Networks
Manikanden Balakrishnan, New Mexico State University
Eric E. Johnson, New Mexico State University
Cooperation Communication Strategies for Sensor Networks
Chulhan Lee, The University of Texas at Austin
Sriram Vishwanath, The University of Texas at Austin
Coordinated Convergecast in Wireless Sensor Networks
Ying Zhang, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), Inc.
Qingfeng Huang, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), Inc.
Building Under-Water Ad Hoc Networks and Sensor Networks for Large Scale Real-Time
Aquatic Applications
Jiejun Kong, University of California, Los Angeles
Jun-hong Cui, University of California, Los Angeles
Mario Gerla, University of California, Los Angeles
Dapeng Wu, University of Florida
A Distributed, Energy-Aware, Utility-Based Approach for Data Transport in Wireless Sensor Networks (invited paper)
Wei-Peng Chen, Fujitsu Labs of America, Inc.
Jennifer C. Hou, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lui Sha, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Marco Caccamo, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
U304 - Sensor Networking
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 401
Session Organizer: Gary Pei, Boeing
Session Chair: Gary Pei, Boeing
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Data Exfiltration from Sensor Networks Subject to Delay, Connectivity and Frequency Re-use Constraints
Xiaoyan Hong, University of Alabama
Pu Patrick Wang, University of Alabama
Jiejun Kong, University of California, Los Angeles
Qunwei Zheng, University of Alabama
Jun Liu, University of Alabama
Sensors on Patrol (SOP): Using Mobile Sensors to Detect Potential Airborne Chemical and Biological Attacks
Sunil Madhani, Telcordia Technologies
Tao Zhang, Telcordia Technologies
Eric van den Berg, Telcordia Technologies
Sensor Placement for Maximizing Lifetime per Unit Cost in Wireless Sensor Networks
Yunxia Chen, University of California, Davis
Chen-Nee Chuah, University of California, Davis
Qing Zhao, University of California, Davis
Asymptotic Connectivity of Low Duty-Cycled Wireless Sensor Networks
Dongsook Kim, University of Michigan
Chih-fan Hsin, University of Michigan
Mingyan Liu, University of Michigan
Data Exfiltration from Sensor Networks Subject to Delay, Energy and Information Assurance Constraints
Matt Oswald, Sandia National Laboratories
Peter Sholander, Sandia National Laboratories
Brian McDaniel, Sandia National Laboratories
Judd Rohwer, Sandia National Laboratories
Dominique Kilman, Sandia National Laboratories
Secure Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks
Yanchao Zhang, University of Florida
Wei Liu, University of Florida
Yuguang Fang, University of Florida
U305 – Sensor Networks II
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 401
Session Organizer: Peter Sholander, Sandia National Laboratories
Session Chair: Peter Sholander, Sandia National Laboratories
Sponsored by: MILCOM
A Geographically-Aware, Reliable Multicast Protocol for Tactical Sensor Networks
Mont Orpilla, US Army CERDEC
Jeffrey Palumbo, US Army CERDEC
Scott Thomas, Trident Systems Inc.
Ivan Eby, Trident Systems Inc.
Wayne Franklin, Trident Systems Inc.
Asynchronous Energy-Efficient MAC Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks
Qingchun Ren, University of Texas at Arlington
Qilian Liang, University of Texas at Arlington
Dynamic Activity Management in Many-to-One Sensor Networks
Zhifeng Hu, Arizona State University
Junshan Zhang, Arizona State University
Lang Tong, Cornell University
Improving Coverage Performance in Sensor Networks by Using Mobile Sensors
Ming Zhang, North Dakota State University
Xiaojiang Du, North Dakota State University
Kendall Nygard, North Dakota State University
A Bidirectional Reliable Transport Mechanism for Wireless Sensor Networks
Nurcan Tezcan, North Carolina State University
Wenye Wang, North Carolina State University
Mo-Yuen Chow, North Carolina State University
A Distributed Packet Concatenation Scheme for Sensor and Ad Hoc Networks
Hongqiang Zhai, University of Florida
Yuguang Fang, University of Florida
U306 - Quality of Service for Tactical IP-Based Networks
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 401
Session Organizer: George Elmasry, General Dynamics C4S
Session Chair: Sirin Tekinay, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Sponsored by: MILCOM
RSVP over IPSEC Tunnel Mode Using RFC 3175 (invited paper)
Torsten Griem, Boeing Phantom Works
Arun Ayyagari, Boeing Phantom Works
Jae H. Kim, Boeing Phantom Works
Enhancing TCP and CAC Performance through Detecting Radio Blockage at the Plan Text Side
George Elmasry, General Dynamics C4S
Brian Russell, General Dynamics C4S
C. John McCann, General Dynamics C4S
A Resource Friendly Approach for Estimating Available Bandwidth in Secure Mobile Wireless IP Networks
John Sucec, Telcordia Technologies
Kirk Chang, Telcordia Technologies
John Lee, Telcordia Technologies
Harshad Tanna, Telcordia Technologies
Sunil Samtani, Telcordia Technologies
Larry Muzzelo, US Army CERDEC
Jeffrey Palumbo, US Army CERDEC
Michael Bereschinsky, US Army CERDEC
End-to-End QoS through Distress Biased Services: A Triage Approach
Scott C. Evans, GE Research
Ping Liu, GE Research
Michael Hartman, GE Research
Martin Egan, Lockheed Martin Integrated System Solutions
Ishan Weerakon, Lockheed Martin Integrated System Solutions
A Message Ferrying Scheme with Differentiated Services
Mooi Choo Chuah, Lehigh University
Peng Yang, Lehigh University
Robust Quality of Service Backbone for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Mousa S Ayyash, Illinois Institute University
Donald Ucci, Illinois Institute University
Khaild Alzoubi, Saint Xavier University
Roshan Tandukar, Saint Xavier University
U307 - Commercial Wireless Networks for Military Applications
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 402
Session Organizer: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless Technology and its Application to the Military Problem Space (invited paper)
Jack L. Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
William T. Kasch, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
A Cellular-based Solution for Radio Communications in MOUT
Ruud Overduin, TNO
Optimal Design Layout of a Tactical GSM Communication System with Nonuniform Traffic
Ayham Al-Banna, Illinois Institute of Technology
Donald Ucci, Illinois Institute of Technology
A Cross-layer Design Approach to Enhance IEEE 802.15.4
Panagiotis Papadimitratos, Virginia Tech
Amitabh Mishra, Virginia Tech
Dwayne Rosenburgh, US Department of Defense
Handovers and Interference Mitigation in Healthcare Environments
Nicolas Chevrollier, National Institute of Standards and Technology
N. Montavont, National Institute of Standards and Technology
N. Golmie, National Institute of Standards and Technology
U308 - Commercial Wireless Networks for Military Applications II
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 402
Session Organizer: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
The Effect of Terminal Movement to the Physical Layer Performance of the IEEE 802.11b Wireless LAN Systems in
Simulated UMTS Vehicular Channel
Aki Silvennoinen, Helsinki University of Technology
Michael Hall, Helsinki University of Technology
Sven-Gustav Häggman, Helsinki University of Technology
IEEE 802.11g Tolerance to Narrowband Jamming
Kari Pietikäinen, Helsinki University of Technology
Aki Silvennoinen, Helsinki University of Technology
Michael Hall, Helsinki University of Technology
Sven-Gustav Häggman, Helsinki University of Technology
The Evaluation of Wireless Networking through ACTION
Jack L. Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
William T. Kasch, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
On the Effect of Radio Channel Propagation Models to the Ad Hoc Network Performance
Jarmo Prokkola, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Timo Bräysy, University of Oulu
Teemu Vanninen, University of Oulu
Effect of Pulse Jamming on IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Performance
Michael Hall, Helsinki University of Technology
Aki Silvennoinen, Helsinki University of Technology
Sven-Gustav Häggman, Helsinki University of Technology
Analysis of the Effects of Handoff on the Performance of Tactical Communications Systems Using WLANs
Juha-Pekka Mäkelä, University of Oulu
Timo Bräysy, University of Oulu
Kaveh Pahlavan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
U309 - Commercial Wireless Networks for Military Applications III
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM – 10:15AM
Room: 402
Session Organizer: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Guaranteeing Throughput for Real-Time Traffic in Multi-hop IEEE 802.11 Wireless Networks
Samarth Shah, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Klara Nahrstedt, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Multichannel Ad Hoc Network Based on 802.11 Standard
Boris Makarevitch, Helsinki University of Technology
Field Trials with IEEE 802.11b-based UHF Tactical Wideband Radio
Vegard Arneson, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
Knut Øvsthus, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
Ole Ingar Bentstuen, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
Jostein Sander, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
U310 - Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 402
Session Co-Organizer: Kyriakos Manousakis, Telcordia Technologies; Harold Zheng, The Johns
Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Harold Zheng, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
K-Node Connected Power Efficient Topologies in Wireless Networks with Sectored Antennas
Arindam K. Das, University of Washington
Mehran Mesbahi, University of Washington
Designing Transmission Schedules for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks to Maximize Network Throughput
Brian J. Wolf, Clemson University
Joseph L. Hammond, Clemson University
Harlan B. Russell, Clemson University
SER-Based Connectivity of Fading Ad Hoc Networks
Homayoun Yousefi'zadeh, University of California, Irvine
Hamid Jafarkhani, University of California, Irvine
Javad Kazemitabar, University of California, Irvine
Token Relay with Optimistic Joining
Eric Johnson, New Mexico State University
Zibin Tang, New Mexico State University
Manikanden Balakrishnan, New Mexico State University
Design of Reliable MAC Protocol for Directional Broadcasting
Woosuk Cha, University of Chonbuk
Moonkun Lee, University of Chonbuk
Gihwan Cho, University of Chonbuk
U311 - Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 402
Session Organizer: William Carmichael, Rockwell Collins
Session Chair: Edgar Caples, Rockwell Collins
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Mobile Agents Routing – A Survivable Ad Hoc Routing Protocol
Renato Levy, Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Patrick S. Carlos, Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Anna Teittinen, Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Leonard S. Haynes, Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Charles J. Graff, US Army RDECOM
Node State Multicasting in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
John A Stine, The MITRE Corporation
Geographic On-demand Disjoint Multipath Routing in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
Kai Zeng, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Kui Ren, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Wenjing Lou, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Performance of Neighbor Discovery Algorithms in Mobile Ad Hoc Self-Configuring Networks with Directional Antennas
Zhensheng Zhang, San Diego Research Center
Simple Protocols for Efficient Spatial Reuse of Traffic Channels in DS Spread-Spectrum Packet Radio Networks with
Directional Antennas
Arvind Swaminathan, Clemson University
Daniel L. Noneaker, Clemson University
Harlan B. Russell, Clemson University
Performance Analysis of Directional Random Access Scheme for Multiple Access Mobile Ad Hoc Wireless
Networks
Ju-Lan Hsu, University of California, Los Angeles
Izhak Rubin, University of California, Los Angeles
U312 - Wireless and Heterogeneous QoS
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM – 3:30PM
Room: 402
Session Organizer: Bassam S. Farroha, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Bassam S. Farroha, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications and Computer Societies
A Hybrid End-to-End QoS Architecture for Heterogeneous Networks (like the Global Information Grid) (invited paper)
Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Quality of Service for Tactical Data Links: TDMA with Dynamic Scheduling
Arianne M. Lewis, The MITRE Corporation
Steven V. Pizzi, The MITRE Corporation
The Effect of Physical and Link Layers on IP QoS
C. E. Martin, SI International, Inc.
J. H. Dunn, SI International, Inc.
U313 - Implementation and Performance of Voice over IP
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 403
Session Organizers: Darwen Rau, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Co-Chair: Darwen Rau, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory; Jay Yoo, Johns
Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Flexible Call Control Framework Supporting Multi-party Service
A. Dutta, Telcordia Technologies
N. H. Cheng, Telcordia Technologies
J. Chennikara-Varghese, Telcordia Technologies
S. Madhani, Telcordia Technologies
D. Wong, Telcordia Technologies
K. Young, Telcordia Technologies
Amit Patel, BAE Systems
Studies toward Improved VoIP Services for Future Combat Systems (invited paper)
Robert G. Cole, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Subramaniam Kandaswamy, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Alan Clark, Telchemy, Inc.
Management of VoIP and Mission Critical Data Traffic over Heterogeneous Military Networks
Mario Marchese, University of Genoa
Maurizio Mongelli, University of Genoa
Annamaria Raviola, Selenia Communications S. p. A., Finmeccanica Group
Vincenzo Gesmundo, Selenia Communications S. p. A., Finmeccanica Group
Routing Path Selection among Competing Optimization Goals
Subramaniam Kandaswamy, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Adaptive Electrical Echo Canceller for Telephone Networks
O. O. Oyerinde, Obafemi Awolowo University
T. K. Yesufu, Obafemi Awolowo University
U314 - Ad Hoc Routing for Energy Efficient Networks
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 403
Session Co-Organizer: Charles Graff, US Army CERDEC; Derek Morris, US Army CERDEC
Session Co-Chair: Charles Graff, US Army CERDEC; Derek Morris, US Army CERDEC
Sponsored by: MILCOM
A Power Consumption Study of DSR and OLSR
Andrew McCabe , BAE Systems ATC
Alan Cullen , BAE Systems ATC
Mikael Fredin , Ericsson Microwave Systems AB
Leif Axelsson , Ericsson Microwave Systems AB
Conserve Energy through Multiple-Packet Transmission in Heterogeneous Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Wei Liu, University of Florida
Yanchao Zhang, University of Florida
Yuguang Fang, University of Florida
A New Metric for Routing in Multi-Hop Wireless Sensor Networks for Detection of Correlated Random Fields
Youngchul Sung, Cornell University
Lang Tong, Cornell University
Anthony Ephremides, University of Maryland
A Detailed Simulation Study of Geographic Random Forwarding (GeRaF) in Sensor Networks
Paolo Casari, University of Padova
Alessia Marcucci, Rome University
Michele Nati, Rome University
Chiara Petrioli, Rome University
Michele Zorzi, University of Padova
A Greedy Smart Path Pruning Strategy for Geographic Routing in Wireless Networks
Min-Te Sun, Auburn University
Xiaoli Ma, Auburn University
Jun Liu, University of Louisville
Xiangqian Liu, University of Louisville
End to End Delay Differentiation Using Prioritized Multipath Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Xiaoxia Huang, University of Florida
Yuguang Fang, University of Florida
U315 – Network Information Theory
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 403
Session Organizer: Sriram Viswanath, University of Texas - Austin
Session Chair: Sriram Viswanath, University of Texas - Austin
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Superimposed Training-Based Noncoherent MIMO Systems
Jibing Wang, Qualcomm, Inc.
Xiaodong Wang, Columbia University
Mohammad Madihian, NEC Labs
The Impact of the Timeliness of Information on the Performance Multihop Best-Select
Stephan Bohacek, University of Delaware
Rick Blum, Lehigh University
Leonard J. Cimini, Jr., University of Delaware
Larry Greenstein, Rutgers University
Alex Haimovich, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Capacity of Multiple Access Channels with Correlated Jamming
Shabnam Shafiee, University of Maryland
Sennur Ulukus, University of Maryland
Analysis of Energy and Delay for ARQ Systems over Time Varying Channel
Kar-Peo Yar, University of Michigan
Shih Yu Chang, University of Michigan
Wayne E. Stark, University of Michigan
Two-Dimensional Spreading Dispersive Channels
Joydeep Acharya, Rutgers University
Roy Yates, Rutgers University
Leo Razoumov, Rutgers University
U316 - Routing in Military Networks
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 403
Session Co-Organizer: Kyriakos Manousakis, Telcordia Technologies; Sherry Wang, Johns Hopkins
University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Sherry Wang, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
SYN-DMAC: A Directional MAC Protocol for Ad Hoc Networks with Synchronization
Jianfeng Wang, University of Florida
Yuguang Fang, University of Florida
Dapeng Wu, University of Florida
MC-TRACE: Multicasting through Time Reservation Using Adaptive Control for Energy Efficiency
Bulent Tavli, University of Rochester
Wendi B. Heinzelman, University of Rochester
Analysis on Optimizing Model for Proactive Ad Hoc Routing Protocol
Panlong Yang, University of Science and Technology
Chang Tian, University of Science and Technology
Yong Yu, University of Science and Technology
Routing with Persistent Link Modeling in Intermittently Connected Wireless Networks
Darshak Thakore, Michigan State University
Subir Biswas, Michigan State University
Cooperative Relaying for Ad-Hoc Ground Networks using Swarm UAVs
Ramesh Chembil Palat, Virginia Tech
A. Annamalai, Virginia Tech
Jeffrey H. Reed, Virginia Tech
Scalable and Reliable Platform for a Service Oriented Networking and Computing Systems
Nobuharu Kami, NEC Corporation
Takashi Yoshikawa, NEC Corporation
Soichiro Araki, NEC Corporation
Atsushi Iwata, NEC Corporation
Akira Arutaki, NEC Corporation
U317 - Operational Network Concepts
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 403
Session Co- Organizer: Thomas Banwell, Telcordia Technologies; Charles Graff, US Army CERDEC
Session Chair: Charles Graff, US Army CERDEC
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Submarine Communications Modernization - Required Design Efforts and Technology Insertions for Interoperability and
Supportability in the 2015 Timeframe
Michael J. Brawner, General Dynamics Electric Boat
Stephen Kurak, EDO Combat Systems – Darlington Operations
Towards IP for Space-Based Communications Systems; A Cisco Systems Assessment of a Single Board Router
David Buster, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Flexible, High Capacity, Tactical, Portable Microwave Radio for Backhaul, Down-the-hill, Emergency Restoration and
Temporary Service Applications
Brian G. Mertes, L-3 Telemetry-West
Don Firestine, L-3 Telemetry-West
Lawrence L. Olson, L-3 Telemetry-West
Ray E. Smith, L-3 Telemetry-West
Performance Analysis of Direct Communication Scheme in Tactical Radio Access Network Based on UMTS
Son, Jong-Wuk Son, KAIST
Lee, Hyejeong Lee, KAIST
Yeo, Woon-Young Yeo, KAIST
Cho, Dong-Ho Cho, KAIST
Gui-Soon Park, ADD
U318 - Techniques in Military Networking
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 403
Session Organizer: Thomas Banwell, Telcordia Technologies
Session Chair: Robert Berezdivin, SAIC
Sponsored by: MILCOM
On Link Layer Policies of Data Forwarding Over Wireless Relays
Zhenzhen Ye, University of California, Riverside
Yingbo Hua, University of California, Riverside
Design of a Sensor Protocol Suite for VLSI Implementation
Thomas Hamel, Fantastic Data
Richard Mark, Fantastic Data
Charles J. Graff, U. S. Army RDECOM-CERDEC
A Distributed Topology Control Algorithm for MANETs
S. Venkatesan, University of Texas at Dallas
C. David Young, Rockwell Collins, Inc
Dynamic Petri-nets: A New Modeling Technique for Sensor Networks and Distributed Concurrent Systems
Charles J. Graff, US Army RDECOM CERDEC
Charles Giardina, BAE Systems
A New Model for Optimal Routing and Wavelength Assignment with Fixed Length Tunnel Allocation in Multigranularity
Cross-connect WDM Networks
Chien Chen, National Chiao Tung University
Xiu-Jia Kuo, National Chiao Tung University
Ying-Yu Chen, National Chiao Tung University
Tse-Yu Lo, National Chiao Tung University
U401 - QoS-Aware Inter-Domain Routing for the GIG
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 405
Session Organizer: Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Validation of QoS Routing in Heterogeneous Communication Network
Emil Kubera, Military Communication Institute
Joanna Sliwa, Military Communication Institute
Krzysztof Zubel, Military Communication Institute
Adrian Mroczko, Military Communication Institute
Domain Based Hierarchical Routing for Large Heterogeneous MANETS
Karthikeyan Chandrashekar, University of Maryland
Raquel Morera, Telcordia Technologies
Anthony McAuley, Telcordia Technologies
John Baras, University of Maryland
The Role of IPv6 and MPLS in the GIG Black Core
Victoria Fineberg, DISA
MPLS-Based QoS Interworking among Wide Area Subsystems
Mario Marchese, University of Genoa
Maurizio Mongelli, University of Genoa
Alessandro Garibbo, Selenia Communications S. p. A., Finmeccanica Group
Integrated Frame Switch Network Guaranteeing Customized End-to-End Qualities
Seong-Soon Joo, ETRI
Tae-Joon Park, ETRI
Jung-dong Ryoo, ETRI
Young-Sik Chung, ETRI
Young-Chul Bang, Korea Polytechnic University
CHOKeW: Bandwidth Differentiation and TCP Protection in Core Networks
Shushan Wen, University of Florida
Yuguang Fang, University of Florida
Hairong Sun, Sun Microsystems
U402 - GIG Management and Controls
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 405
Session Organizer: Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Hierarchical and Federated Network Management for Tactical Environments
Hesham El-Damhougy, The Boeing Company
Homayoun Yousefizadeh, The Boeing Company
David Lofquist, The Boeing Company
Ronald Sackman, The Boeing Company
Jerry Crowley, The Boeing Company
Network Visualisation and Analysis Tool Based on Logical Network Abridgment
T. N. Arvanitis, The University of Birmingham
C. C. Constantinou, The University of Birmingham
A. S. Stepanenko, The University of Birmingham
Y. Sun, Ideas Network Ltd.
B. Liu, Ideas Network Ltd.
K. Baughan, Ideas Network Ltd.
Correlating Network Services with Operational Mission Impact
Jeffrey E. Stanley, Air Force Institute of Technology
Robert F. Mills, Air Force Institute of Technology
Richard A. Raines, Air Force Institute of Technology
Rusty O. Baldwin, Air Force Institute of Technology
Transformation to a Service Management Organization
Joe Wisniewski, Lucent Technologies
Suhasini Sabnis, Lucent Technologies
DISN Advanced Wireless Mobile Services (DAWMS) in Global Net-Centric Environment for the Warfighter
Syed Shah, Defense Information Systems Agency
U403 - Scalable, Secure VPNs
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 405
Session Organizer: Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
A Prefix Partitioning Based Approach to Scalable Peer Gateway Discovery in Secure Virtual Private Networks
Bharat Doshi, University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics
Laboratory
Experience with Prefix Discovery Servers and IPSec VPN Gateways
William Sax, The MITRE Corporation
Carleton Jillson, The MITRE Corporation
William Wollman, The MITRE Corporation
Harry Jegers, The MITRE Corporation
Scalable VPNs for the Global Information Grid
Sam Small, Johns Hopkins University
Andreas Terzis, Johns Hopkins University
Fabian Monrose, Johns Hopkins University
Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Antonio De Simone, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Self-Initiated and Self-Maintained Overlay Networks (SIMONs) for Enhancing Military Network Capabilities
M. Elaoud, Telcordia Technologies
A. McAuley, Telcordia Technologies
B. Kim, Telcordia Technologies
J. Chennikara, Telcordia Technologies
High Assurance Authorization for the Global Information Grid
Charles Crabb, Planning Systems, Inc.
U404 - Routing within the GIG I
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 405
Session Organizer: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Mobile Exterior Gateway Protocol: Extending IP Scalability
Eric Fleischman, The Boeing Company
Wojtek Furmanski, The Boeing Company
Connecting Enclaves across the Global Information Grid Utilizing Layer-3 Virtual Private Networking Protocols (invited
paper)
Brian Haberman, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
On a Global Information Grid Simulation Platform for Investigations of End-to-End Performance
R. G. Cole, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
L. Benmohamed, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
A. DeSimone, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
B. Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Techniques for Efficient Network Layer Failover in Maritime Tactical Wide Area Networks (MTWAN)
Peter Holliday, Cisco Systems
Link Lifetime Prediction for Optimal Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Reinert Korsnes, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
Knut Øvsthus, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
Frank Y. Li, UniK - University Graduate Center
Lars Landmark, UniK – University Graduate Center
Øivind Kure, Q2S, NTNU
Virtue of Intransparency: Coordination-Free, Scale-Free Private Internets
V. Guruprasad, Inspired Research
U405 - Support for Enhanced Services
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 405
Session Organizer: Thomas Banwell, Telcordia Technologies
Session Chair: Kyriakos Manousakis, Telcordia Technologies
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Link Monitoring in Support of Enhanced Service Models in IP Networks
Timothy Shepard, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Joseph Cooley, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Vineet Mehta, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
An Analysis of Using EPCglobal Class-1 Generation-2 RFID Technology for Wireless Asset Management
Greg Barber, Booz Allen Hamilton
Eric Tsibertzopoulos, Booz Allen Hamilton
State-Based Network Management: From the Electricity Grid to the Global Information Grid
John Hoag, Ohio University
Chris Gunderson, Worldwide Consortium for the Grid and Naval Postgraduate School
Developing Distributed Applications Rapidly and Reliably using the TENA Middleware
J. Russell Noseworthy, SAIC
Agent-Based Network Services
John Wu, Architecture Technology Corporation
Ranga Ramanujan, Architecture Technology Corporation
Sid Kudige, Architecture Technology Corporation
Tuyen Nguyen, Architecture Technology Corporation
Clint Sanders, Architecture Technology Corporation
U406 - Routing within the GIG II
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM – 3:30PM
Room: 405
Session Organizer: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Extending OSPFv3 to Provide Multiple-class Routing Using Dynamic Link Metrics
Joseph Cooley, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Timothy Shepard, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Vineet Mehta, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
A Distance Aware Counter-Based Broadcast Scheme for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
Chien Chen, National Chiao Tung University
Chin-Kai Hsu, National Chiao Tung University
Hsien-Kang Wang, National Chiao Tung University
U407 - Implementing Military QoS
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 404
Session Organizer: Bassam S. Farroha, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Bassam S. Farroha, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications and Computer Societies
IPv6 Features for Enhancing QoS in the GIG (invited paper)
Victoria Fineberg, DISA
Inter-Domain Routing with Multi-Dimensional QoS Requirements
Lotfi Benmohamed, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Bharat Doshi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Tony Desimone, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Robert Cole, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
A Framework For Service Level Agreement Management
Tobey Trygar, Telcordia Technologies
Gregory Bain, National Communication System
Security-enhanced Quality of Service (SQoS): A Network Analysis
Pitipatana Sakarindr, New Jersey Institute of Technology
N. Ansari, New Jersey Institute of Technology
R. Rojas-Cessa, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Symeon Papavassiliou, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Partitioned QoS Solution for Tactical Networks – Addressing the Existence of Encryption (invited paper)
George Elmasry, General Dynamics C4S
Jack McCann, General Dynamics C4S
Quality of Service (QoS) Sensitivity for the OSPF Protocol in the Airborne Networking Environment
Diane Kiwior, The MITRE Corporation
Elizabeth G. Idhaw, The MITRE Corporation
Steven V. Pizzi, The MITRE Corporation
U408 - Evolving and Future Architectures, Networks, Systems & Technologies:
Network Centric Infrastructure
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 404
Session Co-Organizers: Cam Tran, SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego; Phong Tran, SAIC
Session Co-Chair: Cam Tran, SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society
Designing Fault Tolerant Ad Hoc Networks (invited paper)
Haruko Kawahigashi, Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Yoshiaki Terashima, Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Naoto Miyauchi, Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Tetsuo Nakakawaji, Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Dynamic Addressing and Mobility in Tactical Hybrid Ad Hoc Networks
Kimberly S. King, SAIC
Nathan Smith, ONR
Multi-Dimensional Assured Robust Communications for an On-the-Move Network (MARCON-i)
Michael Acriche, US Army CERDEC
Christina Holsinger, US Army CERDEC
Aristides Staikos, US Army CERDEC
Ranjan Sonalkar, The MITRE Corporation
Jim Dimarogonas, The MITRE Corporation
AMS: An Adaptive Middleware System for Ad Hoc Networks
Cho-Yu Chiang, Telcordia Technologies
Ritu Chadha, Telcordia Technologies
Gary Levin, Telcordia Technologies
Shihwei Li, Telcordia Technologies
Yuu-Heng Cheng, Telcordia Technologies
Alex Poylisher, Telcordia Technologies
Autoconfiguration of Network Services in Airborne Wireless Networks
Leonid Veyster, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Timothy Shepard, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Joseph Cooley, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Vineet Mehta, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
U409 - IPv6
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 404
Session Organizer: Larry Levine, U. S. Army CERDEC
Session Chair: Larry Levine, U. S. Army CERDEC
Sponsored by: MILCOM
IPv6 Benefits to Warfighters
David Green, SRI International
Mobile Routing Architectures in the Transformational Communication Era
Howard Feil, The Aerospace Corporation
William Metler, The Aerospace Corporation
IPv6 Capable COTS Product “Branding”
David Green, SRI International
Jim Bound, HP and IPv6 Forum
John (Jay) Spaulding , The Open Group
Header Compression for Ad Hoc Networks
Jesus Arango, Procito, Inc.
Stephen Pink, Procito, Inc.
Syeed Ali, US Army RDECOM CERDEC
Daniel Hampel, Booz Allen Hamilton
Stefano Dipierro, Booz Allen and Hamilton
The Next Generation IP SATCOM: Exploration of IPv6 Technology in Global Broadcast Service Technology Refresh
Bruce Bennett, Defense Information Systems Agency
Biren Jaspal, Booz Allen Hamilton
Felix Yao, Booz Allen Hamilton
U410 - Net-Centric Systems for Tactical Environments
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 404
Session Organizer: William Carmichael, Rockwell Collins
Session Chair: Christopher Chau, Boeing
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Test and Demonstration Environment for Net-Centric Operations (invited paper)
Dimitrios Hatzipapafotiou, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Scott Kreisler, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Dynamic Policy Enablement and Management in Net-Centric Warfare Systems and Communications
Jeff Morrow, General Dynamics C4S
Jeff Laub, General Dynamics C4S
Transcoding Content for Tactical Mobile Computing Devices
Bruce Bennett, DISA
Dillon Bussert, Booz Allen Hamilton
Rebecca Pham, Booz Allen Hamilton
MUOS Communications Infrastructure Demonstration Network and Encryption-based Applications
John Capulli, GDC4S
John Pio, GDC4S
Brook Burson, GDC4S
Jim Dingess, GDC4S
Daniel Enriquez, Sprint
Dave Long, Ericsson
Interoperability on the Pointy End of the GIG: Web Services for Tactical Battlespace NetOps
Terry Sterkel, The MITRE Corporation
U411 - Future Combat Systems
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 404
Session Co-Organizer: David Whelan, Boeing; Larry Godby, Boeing
Session Chair: Daniel Lekawa, Boeing
Sponsored by: MILCOM
The Future Combat System Overview (invited paper)
Robert Dietterle, Boeing
Future Combat Systems Wireless Network Architecture Considerations
Gary Pennett, The Aerospace Corporation
Cynthia Dion-Schwarz, The Institute for Defense Analyses
A Mobile Agent-Based Communications Middleware for Data Streaming in the Battlefield
Marco Carvalho, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
Niranjan Suri, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
Marco Arguedas, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
Operational Concepts of MPEG-4 H.264 for Tactical DoD Applications
Bruce Bennett, Defense Information Systems Agency
Christina Dee, Booz Allen Hamilton
Minh-Huy Nguyen, Booz Allen Hamilton
Mobility Prediction for Directional Networking
Ren Wang, Rockwell Scientific
Xinyu Wang, Rockwell Scientific
Tim Chow, Rockwell Scientific
Joseph Lee, Rockwell Scientific
Spaceborne Path Planning for Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)
Philip Frederick, US Army Tank, Automotive, Research, and Development Center
Robert Kania, US Army Tank, Automotive, Research, and Development Center
Mike Del Rose, US Army Tank, Automotive, Research, and Development Center
Derek Ward, Martin Missiles And Fire Control
Ursula Benz, Definiens Imaging
Alex Baylot, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
Major John Willis, TRADOC Analysis Center
Harold Yamauchi, TRADOC Analysis Center
U412 - Network-Centric Operational Concepts
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 404
Session Organizer: Kyriakos Manousakis, Telcordia Technologies
Session Chair: Latha Kant, Telcordia Technologies
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Information Management Challenges on the Path to Net-Centric Operations
Tim Bass, SilkRoad
Enhanced C2 Functionality in Urban and other Complex Terrain
Stanley Sokolowski, US Army CERDEC
Raymond Filler, US Army CERDEC
Nhut Vo, US Army CERDEC
Paul M. Olson, US Army CERDEC
A New High Efficiency High Power Transmitter System for Wireless Communications
Arthur C. Paolella, Artisan Laboratories Corporation
Preparing for Implementation: Professional Certification under DoD Directive 8570.1
2
Lynn McNulty, (ISC)
U501 - Performance Modeling and Simulation
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 421
Session Organizer: Gary Comparetto, The MITRE Corporation
Session Chair: Gary Comparetto, The MITRE Corporation
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Toward New Tactical Network Modeling and Simulation Approaches (invited paper)
Geoffrey Kelsch, Agile Communications, Inc.
Michael Roberts, Highland Systems, Inc.
David Harris, Highland Systems, Inc.
Improving Run-Time and Memory Footprint Performance in Large Scale Network Simulations (invited paper)
G. Comparetto, The MITRE Corporation
M. Mirhakkak, The MITRE Corporation
D. Houser, The MITRE Corporation
R. Preston, The MITRE Corporation
N. Schult, The MITRE Corporation
R. Wade, The MITRE Corporation
Quality of Service Analysis Using the Georgia Tech Network Simulator (invited paper)
Bryan Larish, Georgia Institute of Technology
George Riley, Georgia Institute of Technology
Phuong Nguyen, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego
Albert Legaspi, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego
A Unified Framework for Performance Evaluation of Multi-hop Ad Hoc Networks
Duong Hoang, University of California, Santa Barbara
Ronald A. Iltis, University of California, Santa Barbara
A Hybrid Methodology of Field-testing and Simulation to Develop Tactical Vehicle Communication Architectures
Optimal Performance
Waliul Mizan, US Army CERDEC
with
Jeffrey Hoppe, US Army CERDEC
Daniel Duvak, US Army CERDEC
The Probability Distribution of Carrier-to-Interference Ratio (CIR) of a CSMA/CA Ad Hoc Wireless Network
Sajjad Ahmed Qasmi, University of Waterloo
Kainam Thomas Wong, University of Waterloo
U502 - C4ISR Architecture Design and Simulation
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 421
Session Organizer: Thomas Curtis, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Thomas Curtis, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Development and Analysis of Integrated C4ISR Architectures (invited paper)
M. Carlomusto, US Army RDECOM CERDEC
K. Giammarco, US Army RDECOM CERDEC
J. D. Lock, US Army RDECOM CERDEC
Stryker Brigade Combat Team IPv6 Transition Modeling and Simulation Study
David B. Green, SRI International
Ranga Reddy, US Army CERDEC
Kwai-Fung Chan, US Army CERDEC
Assessing Impacts of Communications on Campaign-Level Warfare: Online and Offline Co-Simulations
Cam V. Tran, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego
Albert K. Legaspi, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego
Performance Modeling and Analysis of Routing in Heterogeneous Multi-tier Ad Hoc Networks
Shobha Erramilli, Telcordia Technologies
John Lee, Telcordia Technologies
Latha Kant, Telcordia Technologies
Anthony McAuley, Telcordia Technologies
Jim Giacopelli, Telcordia Technologies
Kevin Adams, Lockheed Martin
Jeff Pulliam, Lockheed Martin
A Link Level Study of 802.11b Mobile Ad Hoc Network in Military Environment
Teemu Karhima, Helsinki University of Technology
Petri Lindroos, Helsinki University of Technology
Michael Hall, Helsinki University of Technology
Sven-Gustav Häggman, Helsinki University of Technology
Tactical C4ISR Data Collection
E. Lindy, The MITRE Corporation
J. Durand, The MITRE Corporation
J. McConnell, The MITRE Corporation
Monica Farah-Stapleton, US Army CERDEC
U503 - Simulation and Modeling of Large Scale Networks
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 421
Session Organizer: George Elmasry, General Dynamics C4S
Session Chair: Robert Welsh, Textron
Sponsored by: MILCOM
QoS Constrained Minimum-Power Cellular Ad Hoc Augmented Network Architecture (invited paper)
Chih-Tung Chen, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Cem Saraydar, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Sirin Tekinay, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Performance Models for Wireless Spectrum Shared by Wideband and Narrowband Sources
Miroslava Raspopovic, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Charles Thompson, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Kavitha Chandra, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Combinatorial Communications Modeling of Real-Time Tactical Engagement Adjudication Architectures
Robert J. Hall, AT&T Labs Research
Abstract Simulation for the GIG by Extending the IP Cloud Concept
George Elmasry, General Dynamics C4S
Christopher D'Amour, General Dynamics C4S
Network in The Loop using HLA, Distributed OPNET Simulations, and 3D Visualization (invited paper)
Eric Biegeleisen, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Michael Eason, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Craig Michelson, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Ranga Reddy, U.S. Army CERDEC
A Method for Inexpensively Simulating Global Internet Protocol Wide-Area Networks in a Laboratory Environment
Chris Williams, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
U504 - Traffic Prediction and Capacity Planning for Net-Centric Applications
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 421
Session Organizer: Anurag Dwivedi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Co-Chair: Rob Nichols, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory; Anurag
Dwivedi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Capacity Planning Strategies for Net-Centric Applications (invited paper)
Anurag Dwivedi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Brian Haberman, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
John Noble, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Traffic Predictions for Tactical Wideband Communications
Robert Nichols, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Robert Pattay, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Tao Jen, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Dennis Moy, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Stephen Orloff, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Vincent Broderick, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
James Hillman, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Capacity Planning to Meet QoS Requirements of Joint Battle Management and Command and Control (BMC2)
Applications (invited paper)
CAPT Jeffery W. Wilson, Joint SIAP System Engineering Organization
CDR James Stein, Joint SIAP System Engineering Organization
Sunita Munjal, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Anurag Dwivedi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
An Open Environment for Rapid Embedded Planning of On-The-Move Communications Networks using Multi-Level
Abstraction
Orest Ukrainsky, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories
Harris Zebrowitz, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories
Carl Hein, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories
Andrew Cortese, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories
Aron Rubin, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories
Cindy Poon, U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC
Arnold Bard, U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC
Hector Reyes, U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC
Effective Rate Per User on Shared Broadband Wireless Data Channels
Jay E. Padgett, Telcordia Technologies
U505 - Cross-Layer Design for Military Networks
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 421
Session Organizer: Jack Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: William Kasch, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Fault-Tolerant and Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Networks: A Cross Layer Approach
Qilian Liang, University of Texas at Arlington
Cross-Layer Design for Military Networks (invited paper)
Jack L. Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
William T. Kasch, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Cross-Layer Optimized Unicast and Multicast Routing on Overlay Networks
M. Elaoud, Telcordia Technologies
A. McAuley, Telcordia Technologies
B. Kim, Telcordia Technologies
J. Chennikara, Telcordia Technologies
Cross-Layer Scheduling and Routing for Unstructured and Quasi-Structured Wireless Networks
Joseph Thomas, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Performance of Distributed Utility-Based Power Control for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
Jianwei Huang, Northwestern University
Randall Berry, Northwestern University
Michael L. Honig, Northwestern University
U506 - Cross-Layer Design for Military Communications
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 421
Session Organizer: Jeffrey Wieselthier, Naval Research Laboratory
Session Chair: Jeffrey Wieselthier, Naval Research Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Cross-Layer Protocols for Energy-Efficient Wireless Sensor Networking
Brian DeCleene, BAE Systems
Victor Firoiu, BAE Systems
Matthew Dorsch, BAE Systems
Steve Zabele, BAE Systems
Bottom-Up Cross-Layer Optimization for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Xinsheng Xia, University of Texas at Arlington
Qilian Liang, University of Texas at Arlington
Qingchun Ren, University of Texas at Arlington
An Analysis of Coordinated and Non-Coordinated Medium Access Control Protocols under Channel Noise
Tolga Numanoglu, University of Rochester
Bulent Tavli, University of Rochester
Wendi Heinzelman, University of Rochester
Cooperative MIMO-OFDM and MAC Design for Broadband Ad Hoc Network
Dandan Wang, Stevens Institute of Technology
Uf Tureli, Stevens Institute of Technology
A Novel Power Control Algorithm and MAC Protocol for CDMA-based Mobile Ad Hoc Network
Xiaodong Zhou, Xidian University,
Jiandong Li, Xidian University
Capture in Wireless Random-Access Networks with Multiple Destinations and a Physical Channel Model
Gam D. Nguyen, Naval Research Laboratory
Jeffrey E. Wieselthier, Naval Research Laboratory
Anthony Ephremides, University of Maryland
U601 - Software Defined Radio
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 411
Session Organizer: Anton G. Moldovan, Cubic Defense Applications
Session Chair: Anton G. Moldovan, Cubic Defense Applications
Sponsored by: MILCOM
A Case Study of Performing OFDM Kernels on a Novel Reconfigurable DSP Architecture
Afshin Niktash, Morpho Technologies
Rafael Maetsre, Morpho Technologies
Nader Bagherzadeh, Morpho Technologies
Robust Adaptive Beamforming in Software Defined Radio with Adaptive Diagonal Loading
Pekka Lilja, University of Oulu
Harri Saarnisaari, University of Oulu
Directional Networks for above 2 GHz Software Defined Radios
John Boyd, Cubic Defense Applications
Jennifer Schlenzig, Cubic Defense Applications
Feasibility and Roadmap for SCA, Wideband, and Networking Technology Insertion into a Fielded SDR
Don Cohlman, General Dynamics
Greg Osborn, General Dynamics
Integrating Specialized Hardware to JTRS/SCA Software Defined Radios
James Kulp, Mercury Computer Systems, Inc.
Murat Bicer, Mercury Computer Systems, Inc.
An SCA Security Supplement Compliant Radio Architecture
Michael Kurdziel, Harris Corporation
Jeffrey Beane, Harris Corporation
John Fitton, Harris Corporation
U602 - Reconfigurable/Cognitive Radio
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 411
Session Organizer: Ashish Pandharipande, SAIT
Session Chair: Marvin K. Simon, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Sponsored by: MILCOM
The JTRS SCA Specification… The Past, The Present, and The Future…
Neli Hayes, The Boeing Company
New Tactical Radio Systems in Finland
Ari Pouttu, University of Oulu
Matti Raustia, University of Oulu
Harri Saarnisaari, University of Oulu
Pekka Lilja, University of Oulu
Pentti Leppänen, University of Oulu
LtCdr Topi Tuukkanen, Finnish Naval Academy
Harri Romppainen, Elektrobit Ltd.
Design of an Agile Radionavigation System using SDR Techniques
Stephen F. Smith, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Miljko Bobrek, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Michael R. Moore, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Chen Jin, University of Tennessee
Data Format Classification for Autonomous Software Defined Radios
Marvin K. Simon, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Dariush Divsalar, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Control Channel Based MAC-Layer Configuration, Routing and Situation Awareness for Cognitive Radio Networks
Srinivasan Krishnamurthy, The University of Texas at Dallas
Mansi Thoppian, The University of Texas at Dallas
Subbarayan Venkatesan, The University of Texas at Dallas
Ravi Prakash, The University of Texas at Dallas
Higher-Order Effects of Radiated Interference - Challenging Research Domains within EMC in Future Military Dynamic
Wireless Communication Networks
Peter Stenumgaard, Swedish Defence Research Agency
Leif Junholm, Swedish Defence Materiel Administration
U603 - Power Amplifiers
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 411
Session Organizer: Baruch Levush, Naval Research Laboratory
Session Chair: Baruch Levush, Naval Research Laboratory
Sponsored by: IEEE Electron Device Society – Vacuum Electronics Technical Committee
Performance and Reliability Advances in TWTA High Power Amplifiers for Communications Satellites (invited paper)
Jon Christensen, Boeing EDD
Neal Robbins, Boeing EDD
Millitron Using Linearizer to Improve Intermodulation and Spectral Regrowth (invited paper)
Mike Cascone, Communications & Power Industries, Inc.
Jim Legarra, Communications & Power Industries, Inc.
Michael Liu, Communications & Power Industries, Inc.
Allen Katz, Linearizer Technologies, Inc.
Bob Gray, Linearizer Technologies, Inc.
Roger Dorval, Linearizer Technologies, Inc.
Efficient Spatially Combined Amplifiers for Compact Ku-Band Satellite Communication Terminals
Michael DeLisio, Wavestream Corporation
Chad Deckman, Wavestream Corporation
Chun-Tung Cheung, Wavestream Corporation
Gary Echo, Wavestream Corporation
Heidi Thelander, Wavestream Corporation
James J. Rosenberg, Wavestream Corporation
TWT Performance Enhancement Using Higher-Order Predistortion Linearization Techniques (invited paper)
J. X. Qiu, Naval Research Laboratory
D. K. Abe, Naval Research Laboratory
B. G. Danly, Naval Research Laboratory
B. Levush, Naval Research Laboratory
T. M. Antonsen, Jr, SAIC and University of Maryland, College Park
R. E. Myers, ATK Mission Research Corporation
Performance of Microwave and Millimeter Wave Power Module (MPM) with Linearization
Allen Katz, Linearizer Technology Inc.
Robert Gray, Linearizer Technology Inc.
Roger Dorval, Linearizer Technologies, Inc.
U604 - RF & MW Technology
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 411
Session Organizer: Barry Perlman, US Army CERDEC
Session Chair: Barry Perlman, US Army CERDEC
Sponsored by: IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society
Development of 4x4 MIMO Based Transceivers for Broadband Wireless Communications
Ryan Spring, Drexel University
Liming Zhou, Drexel University
Ashin Daryoush, Drexel University
High Frequency Broadband Communications
Rudy Emrick, Motorola Labs ESPS COE
Steve Franson, Motorola Labs ESPS COE
John Holmes, Motorola Labs ESPS COE
Bruce Bosco, Motorola Labs ESPS COE
Steve Rockwell, Motorola Labs ESPS COE
Fast Electronically Tunable Filter Bank
Miguel S. Ruiperez, Indra Sistemas S.A.
Daniel Amor, Indra Sistemas S.A.
Jorge Gonzalez, Indra Sistemas S.A.
Digital RF Linearizer for Improved Broadband Multi-Carrier Power Amplifiers
Richard Hitt, HYPRES, Inc.
Wes Littlefield, HYPRES, Inc.
Adam Gerner, US Army CERDEC
GSPS All-Optical ADC for Future Communication and Imaging
Xiaobo Hou, Drexel University
Afshin Daryoush, Drexel University
Warren Rosen, Drexel University
U605 - HF Communications Systems
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 411
Session Organizer: William Furman, Harris Corporation
Session Chair: William Furman, Harris Corporation
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Understanding the Effects of Power Amplifiers on Bandwidth Efficient Single-Carrier and Multi-Carrier
Waveforms (invited paper)
John W. Nieto, Harris RF Communications
Performance of Routing Protocols in HF Wireless Networks (invited paper)
Eric Johnson, New Mexico State University
Manikanden Balakrishnan, New Mexico State University
Zibin Tang, New Mexico State University
A Third-Generation Multicast Protocol for HF Wireless Networks
Huiyan Zhang, New Mexico State University
Eric Johnson, New Mexico State University
Concepts for a Reliable Multicast Data Link Protocol for HF Radio Communications (invited paper)
Eric Koski, Harris Corporation
Operation of the Dynamic TDMA Subnetwork Relay System with HF Bearers (invited paper)
Mark Jorgenson, IP Unwired
Chris Reichelt, IP Unwired
Tim Johnson, IP Unwired
A Software Defined HF Radio
Mark Chamberlain, Harris Corporation
U606 - Detection and Estimation
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 411
Session Organizer: Stefano Galli, Telcordia Technologies
Session Chair: Tom Banwell, Telcordia Technologies
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Redundancy Reduction in Wireless Sensor Networks Using SVD-QR
Qilian Liang, University of Texas at Arlington
Lingming Wang, University of Texas at Arlington
Robust Suboptimal Decision Fusion in Wireless Sensor Networks
Ruixiang Jiang, Syracuse University
Saswat Misra, Army Research Lab
Biao Chen, Syracuse University
Ananthram Swami, Army Research Lab
A Robust Scheme to Track Moving Targets in Sensor Nets Using Amorphous Clustering and Kalman Filtering
Gaurang Mokashi, New Mexico State University
Hong Huang, New Mexico State University
Bharath Kuppireddy, New Mexico State University
Subin Varghese, New Mexico State University
A Highly Accurate Method for Parameter Estimation
Huang Ben Xiong, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Xu Zheng Guang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Xu Shu Hua, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Quasi-Hybrid Likelihood Modulation Classification with Nonlinear Carrier Frequency Offsets Estimation Using Antenna
Arrays
Hong Li, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Octavia A. Dobre, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Yeheskel Bar-Ness, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Wei Su, US Army RDECOM CERDEC
Transform Covariance Differencing Method for Correlated Sources under Unknown Symmetric Toeplitz Noise
Nizar Tayem, Wichita State University
Hyuck M. Kwan, Wichita State University
U607 - Interference Excision and Suppression Techniques
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 412
Session Organizer: Clark Robertson, Naval Postgraduate School
Session Chair: Kyle Kowalske, Naval Postgraduate School
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society – Communications Theory Technical Committee
Detection of Frequency-Hopped Waveforms Embedded in Interference Waveforms (invited paper)
Christopher Brown, Naval Postgraduate School
Kyle Kowalske, Naval Postgraduate School
Clark Robertson, Naval Postgraduate School
A Narrowband Interference Identification Approach for UWB Systems
Mustafa E. Sahin, University of South Florida
Huseyin Arslan, University of South Florida
Effects of Rayleigh Fading to Method-Selection in Interference Suppression
Ari Pouttu, University of Oulu
Matti Raustia, University of Oulu
H. Saarnisaari, University of Oulu
Linear Multiuser Precoding Combined with Transmit Antenna Diversity for DS/CDMA Systems
Jia Liu, North Carolina State University
Alexandra Duel-Hallen, North Carolina State University
Binary Search Algorithms with Interference Cancellation for RFID Systems
Nan Zhang, The George Washington University
Branimir Vojcic, The George Washington University
Adaptive Optimization of Binary/Quaternary CDMA Signatures in Multipath Fading Environments
Rohan Grover, State University of New York at Buffalo
Dimitris A. Pados, State University of New York at Buffalo
Michael J. Medley, Air Force Research Laboratory
U608 - Interference Mitigation and Suppression
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 412
Session Organizer: Clark Robertson, Naval Postgraduate School
Session Chair: Frank Kragh, Naval Postgraduate School
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society - Communications Theory Technical Committee
Performance of Serially Concatenated Convolutional Codes in the Presence of Pulsed Noise Interference and Rayleigh
Fading with DPSK Modulation (invited paper)
Eng Seng Chia, Defence Science and Technology Agency
Clark Robertson, Naval Postgraduate School
Comparison of Antenna Array Algorithms in DS/SS Code Acquisition with Jamming
Henri Puska, Centre for Wireless Communications
Harri Saarnisaari, Centre for Wireless Communications
Jari Iinatti, Centre for Wireless Communications
Interference Suppression in Several Transform Domains
Johanna Vartiainen, Centre for Wireless Communications
Janne Lehtomäki, Centre for Wireless Communications
Harri Saarnisaari, Centre for Wireless Communications
Markku Juntti, Centre for Wireless Communications
A Space-Time Receiver for MIMO-OFDM Ad Hoc Networks
Taiwen Tang, The University of Texas at Austin
Robert W. Heath, Jr., The University of Texas at Austin
Adaptive-Array Algorithm for Interference Suppression Prior to Acquisition of Direct-Sequence Signal
Don Torrieri, US Army Research Laboratory
Kesh Bakhru, Cubic Defense Applications
Autoregressive Narrowband Interference Rejection Performance in Spread Spectrum Communications using Locally
Optimum Detection
Arnab Roy, Penn State University
John Doherty, Penn State University
U609 - Spread Spectrum/Interference Mitigation
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 412
Session Co-Organizers: Chuck Pateros, ViaSat; John Gevargiz, Boeing
Session Co-Chairs: Chuck Pateros, ViaSat; John Gevargiz, Boeing
Sponsored by: MILCOM
A Reduced Order Code Spectrum Transform using Auto-Regression (ROCSTAR) for Fast, Low FAR CDMA
Forward Link Code Estimation
Seema Sud, ITT Industries
Combining Method for FH-DS Communications
Matti Raustia, University of Oulu
Effect of Phase Distortions Caused by Narrowband Filtering Frequency-Hopped Signals
Kyle Kowalske, Naval Postgraduate School
R. Clark Robertson, Naval Postgraduate School
Kevin A. Waters, Naval Postgraduate School
Large CDMA Random Access Systems with Exploitation of Retransmission Diversity
Yi Sun, The City College of City University of New York
Junmin Shi, The City College of City University of New York
Performance of a Decorrelator Based Successive Interference Cancellation Multiuser Receiver for Asynchronous
Multirate DS-CDMA Systems
Bin Yang, Carleton University
Florence Danilo-Lemoine, Carleton University
U610 – Multi-Carrier Spread Spectrum
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 412
Session Organizer: Latha Kant, Telcordia Technologies
Session Chair: Latha Kant, Telcordia Technologies
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Comparison of Multi-Carrier Modulation Techniques
Andrew Ling, University of California, San Diego
Laurence Milstein, University of California, San Diego
Constant Envelope Multi-Carrier Modulation: Performance in AWGN and Fading Channels
Markku Kiviranta, VTT Electronics
Aarne Mammela, VTT Electronics
Danijela Cabric, University of California, Berkeley
David A. Sobel , University of California, Berkeley
Robert W. Brodersen , University of California, Berkeley
On Uplink Synchronization of OFDMA Systems
Erdem Bala, University of Delaware
Leonard Cimini, University of Delaware
Space-Frequency Coding in the Presence of Partial-Band Noise Jamming
Celal Esli, Bogazici University.
Hakan Delic, Bogazici University
Demonstrating Robust High Data Rate Capability on Software Defined Radio Using Anti-Jam Wideband OFDM
Waveforms
John Kleider, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Steve Gifford, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Keith Nolan, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Derrick Hughes, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Scott Chuprun, General Dynamics C4 Systems
An Adaptive Grouped-Subcarrier Allocation Algorithm Using Comparative Superiority
Youngok Kim, The University of Texas at Austin
Haewoon Nam, The University of Texas at Austin
Baxter F. Womack, The University of Texas at Austin
U611 - RF Propagation
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM – 10:15AM
Room: 412
Session Organizer: Jerry Hampton, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Jerry Hampton, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Channel Characterization and Modeling for Satellite Communications on the Move
W. Mark Smith, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Shipboard Experiments for a Multihop 802.11 Communications System– RF Channel Characterization and MAC
Performance Measurement
Thomas Bronez, The MITRE Corporation
James Marshall, The MITRE Corporation
Propagation Characteristics of Ground Based Urban Communications in the Military UHF Band
Jerry Hampton, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Naim Merheb, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
William Lain, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Douglas Pauni, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Robert Shuford, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Jason Abrahamson, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
William Kasch, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
U612 - Spread Spectrum Communications
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 412
Session Co-Organizers: Stefano Galli, Telcordia Technologies; John Oetting Johns Hopkins University
Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: John Oetting Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society
Optimal Binary Signature Sets under Cyclic Shifts
Harish Ganapathy, State University of New York at Buffalo
Dimitris Pados, State University of New York at Buffalo
Correlator Code Acquisition Employing Smart Antennas in DS/SS Systems
Henri Puska, Centre for Wireless Communications
Harri Saarnisaari, Centre for Wireless Communications
Jari Iinatti, Centre for Wireless Communications
Pekka Lilja, Centre for Wireless Communications
Successive Interference Cancellation in CDMA Systems: Log-likelihood Ratio Approach
Sang Wu Kim, Iowa State University
Young Jun Hong, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Secure Interleaving: Physical Layer Built-in Security Enhancement of CDMA Systems
Qi Ling, Michigan State University
Tongtong Li, Michigan State University
Jian Ren, Michigan State University
Anil Jain, Michigan State University
Interference Aware Routing for CDMA Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
Hasan Mahmood, Stevens Institute of Technology
Cristina Comaniciu, Stevens Institute of Technology
U701 - Modulation Methods for Military Applications
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 414
Session Organizer: Jerry Hampton, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Jerry Hampton, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Phase Estimation Algorithm for Frequency Hopped Binary PSK and DPSK Waveforms with Small Number of Reference
Symbols
Benjamin R. Wiederholt, The MITRE Corporation
Mario A. Blanco, The MITRE Corporation
Comparison of Optimum Demodulation of CPFSK with Limiter-Discriminator Performance in Jamming, Interference and
Noise (invited paper)
Jerry R. Hampton, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
John D. Oetting, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Naim M. Mehreb, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing With Phase Modulation and Constant Envelope Design
Yingming Tsai, InterDigital Communications Corporation
Guodong Zhang, InterDigital Communications Corporation
Jung-Lin Pan, InterDigital Communications Corporation
Performance Analysis of OFDM in Frequency Selective Time-Variant Channels with Application to
IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless Access
Mishal Algharabally, University of California, San Diego
Pankaj Das, University of California, San Diego
A Unified Perspective on ARTM Tier 1 Waveforms--Part I: Common Representations
Tom Nelson, Brigham Young University
Michael Rice, Brigham Young University
A Unified Perspective on ARTM Tier 1 Waveforms--Part 2: Common Detectors
Tom Nelson, Brigham Young University
Erik Perrins, University of Kansas
Michael Rice, Brigham Young University
U702 - Advanced Coding Techniques
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 414
Session Organizer: Mostofa Howlader, University of Tennessee
Session Chair: Mostofa Howlader, University of Tennessee
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Bounds on the Performance of Coding in Partial-Band Interference
Wayne G. Phoel, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Michele A. Schuman, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Performance Analysis of Coherently Detected Signals Transmitted over Slow, Flat, Ricean Fading Channels
Frank Kragh, Naval Postgraduate School
Clark Robertson, Naval Postgraduate School
Chihan Kao, Naval Postgraduate School
Performance of Reed-Solomon Coded M-ary Modulation Systems with Overlapped Symbols
Kar-Peo Yar, University of Michigan
Wayne E. Stark, University of Michigan
Short Low-Error-Floor Tanner Codes with Hamming Nodes
Gianluigi Liva, University of Bologna
William E. Ryan, University of Arizona
Approximate Cycle Extrinsic Message Degree Regular Quasi Circulant LDPC Codes
Sudhanshu John, Wichita State University
Hyuck Kwon, Wichita State University
Protograph Based Low Error Floor LDPC Coded Modulation
Dariush Divsalar, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Christopher Jones, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
U703 - Coding and Modulation
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 414
Session Organizer: Roger Hammons, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Roger Hammons, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
A New Class of Turbo-like Codes with Universally Good Performance and High-Speed Decoding
Keith Chugg, University of Southern California
Phunsak Thiennviboon, TrellisWare Technologies, Inc.
Georgiou Dimou, TrellisWare Technologies, Inc.
Paul Gray, TrellisWare Technologies, Inc.
Jordan Melzer, University of Southern California
Structured Low-Density Parity-Check Code Design for Next Generation Digital Video Broadcast
Mustafa Eroz, Hughes Network Systems
Lin-Nan Lee, Hughes Network Systems
Improving the Efficiency of Reliability-Based Hybrid-ARQ with Convolutional Codes
Arun Avudainayagam, University of Florida
John Shea, University of Florida
Abhinav Roongta, University of Florida
Decoder-Assisted Frame Synchronization in the Presence of Phase/Frequency Noise
Heon Huh, Purdue University
Tarkesh Pande, Purdue University
James V. Krogmeier, Purdue University
Performance of Scale-Time Offset Robust Modulation in Harsh Communication Environments
Allen Haar, Pennsylvania State University Applied Research Lab
Michael Babst, Detecca Communications Inc.
U704 - Coding and Modulation for Non-Coherent Channels
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 414
Session Organizer: Matthew Valenti, West Virginia University
Session Chair: Don Torrieri, U. S. Army Research Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Noncoherent Symbol Synchronization Techniques
Marvin Simon, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Turbo-NFSK: Iterative Estimation, Noncoherent Demodulation, and Decoding for Fast Fading Channels (invited paper)
Shi Cheng, West Virginia University
Matthew C. Valenti, West Virginia University
Don Torrieri, U.S. Army Research Laboratory
A Reduced Complexity Iterative Non-coherent CPM Detector for Frequency Hopped Wireless Military Communication
Systems
Colin Brown, Communications Research Centre Canada
P.J. Vigneron, Communications Research Centre Canada
Bandwidth Constrained, Low Complexity Noncoherent CPM with ML Soft-Decision Differential Phase Detection (invited
paper)
Rohit Iyer Seshadri, West Virginia University
Debang Lao, Intelligent Automation Inc.
Chiman Kwan, Intelligent Automation Inc.
John P. Fonseka, University of Texas at Dallas
Nonorthogonal Rate-One Space-Time Codes over Time Varying Channel
Chang Byun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Jie Wu, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Gary J. Saulnier, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
On the Performance of Optimum Noncoherent Amplify-and-Forward Reception for Cooperative Diversity
Ramesh Annavajjala, University of California, San Diego
Pamela C. Cosman, University of California, San Diego
Laurence B. Milstein, University of California, San Diego
U705 - Source Coding
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 414
Session Organizer: Chuck Pateros, ViaSat
Session Chair: Chuck Pateros, ViaSat
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Interest Factor Controlled Compression of Imagery
Astrid Lundmark, Saab Bofors Dynamics AB
Per-Erik Lilja, Saab Bofors Dynamics AB
Lars-Åke Warnstam, Saab Bofors Dynamics AB
Bengt Kvarnström, Saab Bofors Dynamics AB
Leif Haglund, Saab Bofors Dynamics AB
Nonparametric Change Estimation Algorithms in 2D Random Field
Ting He, Cornell University
Lang Tong, Cornell University
Ananthram Swami, US Army Research Laboratory
Interference Resistant Scalable Video Transmission over DS-CDMA Channels
Manu Bansal, State University of New York at Buffalo
Elizabeth S. Pynadath, State University of New York at Buffalo
Lisimachos P. Kondi, State University of New York at Buffalo
John D. Matyjas, Air Force Research Laboratory
Michael J. Medley, Air Force Research Laboratory
Stephen P. Reichhart, Air Force Research Laboratory
Kurt A. Turck, Air Force Research Laboratory
Spectrum Efficient Coding Scheme for Correlated Non-Binary Sources in Wireless Sensor Networks
Haining Shu, University of Texas at Arlington
Qilian Liang, University of Texas at Arlington
A Computationally Secure Image Watermarking Scheme
Jian Ren, Michigan State University
Tongtong Li, Michigan State University
U706 - Physical Layer Communications I
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 414
Session Co-Organizers: Thomas Banwell, Telcordia Technologies; Charles Pitts, Systems Technology
Forum, LTD
Session Chair: Charles Pitts, Systems Technology Forum, LTD
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Performance of an Adaptive Blind Equalizer for QAM Signals
Atnoinette Beasley, Morgan State University
Arlene Cole-Rhodes, Morgan State University
Adaptive Coding Strategies for Beamforming Ad Hoc Networks
Duong A. Hoang, University of California, Santa Barbara
Ronald A. Iltis, University of California, Santa Barbara
Analysis of Downlink Capacity for an OFDM Based Cellular System
Changqin Huo, University of Calgary/TRLabs
Abu B. Sesay, University of Calgary/TRLabs
Abraham O. Fapojuwo, University of Calgary/TRLabs
Enhancing Wireless Spectrum Utilization with a Cellular-Ad Hoc Overlay Architecture
Srivatsan Sankaranarayanan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Panagiotis, Papadimitratos, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Amitabh, Mishra, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
I and Q Analysis of a Costas Phase-Locked Loop with Mismatch Filters
Gregory O. Dubney, University of Southern California
Chee-Cheon Chui, University of Southern California
Irving S. Reed, University of Southern California
Multi-Rate Signal Processing that Enables Smart Antenna, Multi-Channel Communication, Wideband Intelligence
Gathering and Data Compression Systems
Rich Crowley, Raytheon Company
Karl Hinman, Raytheon Company
U707 - Energy Constrained Signal Processing, Communications, and Networking
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 415
Session Co-Organizers: Qing Zhao, University of California, Davis; Ananthram Swami, Army Research
Laboratory
Session Co-Chairs: Qing Zhao, University of California, Davis; Ananthram Swami, Army Research
Laboratory
Sponsored by: IEEE Signal Processing Society – Signal Processing for Communications Technical
Committee
From the Application Layer to the Hardware: How Energy Efficiency Permeates Fully the Network Design Process (invited
paper)
Anthony Ephremides, University of Maryland
Battery Power Efficiency of PPM AND FSK in Wireless Sensor Networks (invited paper)
Qiuling Tang, Nanjing University
Liuqing Yang, University of Florida
Georgios B. Giannakis, University of Minnesota
Tuanfa Qin, Nanjing University
Analysis of Communication Vulnerability through Misbehavior in Wireless and Sensor Networks
Rajgopal Kannan, Louisiana State University
Shuangqing Wei, Louisiana State University
Vasu Chakravarthi, Air Force Research Laboratory
Guna Seetharaman, Air Force Institute of Technology
Energy Minimization in Wireless Sensor Networks through an Adaptive Connectionless Scheduling Protocol (Adaptive
ACSP)
Scott C. Evans, GE Research
Nick Van Stralen, GE Research
John Hershey, GE Research
Harold Tomlinson, GE Research
Per-Node Power Minimal Multicast Trees which Maximize the Time-to-First-Failure in Energy Constrained Static Wireless
Networks: A 2-Step Heuristic Solution
Arindam Kumar Das, University of Washington
Payman Arabshahi, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Dense Sensor Networks that are also Energy Efficient: When 'More' is 'Less' (invited paper)
Yao-Win Hong, Cornell University
Anna Scaglione, Cornell University
Rajit Manohar, Cornell University
U708 – Advanced Receiver Techniques
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 415
Session Organizer: Wayne Phoel, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Session Chair: Wayne Phoel, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Adaptive Filter-Based Turbo Equalization with Trellis Coded Modulation and Frequency Hopping
Asgeir Nysaeter, UniK-University Graduate Center
Roald Otnes, Norwegian Defense Research Establishment
A New MIMO Detector for Iterative Decoding with Multiple Antenna Systems
Ashish Bhargave, University of California, Irvine
Rui J.P. de Figueiredo, University of California, Irvine
A Low Complexity Iterative Receiver for High Spectral-Efficiency Battlefield MIMO Communications
John C. Koshy, Telcordia Technologies
Joseph C. Liberti, Telcordia Technologies
Low Complexity Channel Estimation and Equalization for Block Transmission Systems
Haibin Huang, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Hongya Ge, New Jersey Institute of Technology
A Computationally Efficient Selective Node Updating Scheme for Decoding of LDPC Codes
Enver Cavus, University of California Los Angeles
Babak Daneshrad, Unversity of California Los Angeles
A Soft Decision Output Convolutional Decoder Based on the Application of Neural Networks
Stevan M. Berber, University of Auckland
U709 - MIMO Systems
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 415
Session Organizer: Athina Petropulu, Drexel University
Session Chair: Athina Petropulu, Drexel University
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Adapting the Number of Transmitting Antennas in Mobile Networked MIMO (MNM)
Laurence Mailaender, Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs
Enhancing the Performance of Wireless Sensor Networks with MIMO Communications
Jared Burdin, The MITRE Corporation
James Dunyak, The MITRE Corporation
Circularly Polarized Broadband Annular Ring Antenna Array for 4G Communications
Shodhan Shetty, Drexel University
Afshin Daryoush, Drexel University
Performance Evaluation of 2-Element Arrays of Circular Patch Antennas in Indoor Clustered MIMO Channels
Antonio Forenza, The University of Texas at Austin
Robert W. Heath, Jr., The University of Texas at Austin
Measurements of Wideband Wireless MIMO Channels in Outdoor Non-LOS Environments
Yaoqing Yang, The University of Texas at Austin
Guanghan Xu, The University of Texas at Austin
Edward J. Powers, The University of Texas at Austin
Hao Ling, The University of Texas at Austin
On the Optimal Array and Signal Design for Multiple-Antenna Systems
Sandeep H. Krishnamurthy, North Carolina State University
Brian L. Hughes, North Carolina State University
U710 - MIMO Techniques
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 415
Session Organizer: Roger Hammons, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Roger Hammons, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Experimental Results using a MIMO Test Bed for Wideband, High Spectral Efficiency Tactical Communications
Joseph Liberti, Telcordia Technologies
John C. Koshy, Telcordia Technologies
Timothy R. Hoerning, Telcordia Technologies
Carol C. Martin, Telcordia Technologies
James L. Dixon, Telcordia Technologies
Anthony A. Triolo, Telcordia Technologies
Roy R. Murray, Telcordia Technologies
Thomas G. McGiffen, Telcordia Technologies
Union Bound Based Performance Evaluation of Turbo-Coded Uplink MIMO Systems
Naveen Mysore, McGill University
Jan Bajcsy, McGill University
Breadth-First Tree Search MIMO Signal Detector Design and VLSI Implementation
Sizhong Chen, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Tong Zhang, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Yan Xin, National University of Singapore
Amplify-Forward and Decode-Forward: The Impact of Location and Capacity Contour
Meng, Yu , Lehigh University
Jing, Li, Lehigh University
Hamid Sadjapour, University of California, Santa Cruz
MIMO Transmissions with Information-Theoretic Secrecy for Secret-Key Agreement in Wireless Networks
Xiaohua (Edward) Li, State University of New York at Binghamton
E. Paul Ratazzi, Air Force Research Laboratory
U711 - MIMO Systems and Smart Antennas for Wireless Networks
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 415
Session Organizer: Kesh Bakhru, Cubic Defense Applications
Session Chair: Kesh Bakhru, Cubic Defense Applications
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Multiple Antenna Systems With Finite Rate Feedback (invited paper)
Chandra R. Murthy, University of California, San Diego
Jun Zheng, University of California, San Diego
Bhaskar D. Rao, University of California, San Diego
Asymptotic Performance of Multicode MIMO Systems in Frequency Selective Fading Channels (invited paper)
Patrick Amihood, University of California, San Diego
Elias Masry, University of California, San Diego
Laurence Milstein, University of California, San Diego
John Proakis, University of California, San Diego
A Low-Cost Blind Carrier Offset Estimator for MIMO-OFDM Systems
Mi, Li, National University of Singapore
Arumugam Nallanathan , National University of Singapore
Attallah Samir, National University of Singapore
Signal Detection for Orthogonal/Quasi-Orthogonal Space-Frequency Block Coded OFDM Transmit Diversity Schemes
Siva D. Muruganathan, University of Calgary/TRLabs
Abu B. Sesay, University of Calgary/TRLabs
Adaptive and Linear Prediction Channel Tracking Algorithms for Mobile OFDM-MIMO Applications
Steve Gifford, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Chad Bergstrom, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Scott Chuprun, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Optimal Space-Frequency Group Codes for MIMO-OFDM System
Yao Chen, Stevens Institute of Technology
Emre Aktas, Stevens Institute of Technology
Uf Tureli, Stevens Institute of Technology
U712 - Iterative Methods for Reliable Communications
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 406
Session Co-Organizer: Daniel J. Costello, Jr., Notre Dame University; Tom Fuja, Notre Dame University
Session Co-Chair: Daniel J. Costello, Jr., Notre Dame University
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Improving the Bandwidth Efficiency and Performance of CPM Signals via Shaping and Iterative Detection (invited paper)
Chun-Hsuan Kuo, University of Southern California
Keith M. Chugg, University of Southern California
Packet-Level Iterative Errors-and-Erasures Decoding for SFH Spread-Spectrum Communications with Reed-Solomon
Codes and Differential Encoding (invited paper)
Harish Ramchandran, Clemson University
Daniel L. Noneaker, Clemson University
Coded FQPSK and SOQPSK with Iterative Detection
Erik Perrins, Brigham Young University
Tom Nelson, Brigham Young University
Michael Rice, Brigham Young University
Adaptive Iterative Detection of Low Density Parity Check Coded Bandwidth and Power Efficient CPM over Fading
Channels
Adam Blair, TrellisWare Technologies, Inc.
Thomas Carter, TrellisWare Technologies, Inc.
Sungill Kim, TrellisWare Technologies, Inc.
Mark Johnson, TrellisWare Technologies, Inc.
Channel Estimation and Tracking of Wireless Communication
Oguz Bayat, Northeastern University
Webert Montlouis, Northeastern University
Osman N. Ucan, Northeastern University
Bahram Shafai, Northeastern University
Onur Osman, Northeastern University
Iterative Decoding of SC-CPM with an M*-BCJR Equalizer (invited paper)
Marcin Sikora, University of Notre Dame
Daniel J. Costello, Jr., University of Notre Dame
U713 - Diversity in Wireless Communications
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 406
Session Co-Organizers: Stefano Galli, Telcordia Technologies; Julia Andrusenko, Johns Hopkins
University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Julia Andrusenko, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Selection Combining for Modulation Recognition in Fading Channels
Octavia A. Dobre, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Ali Abdi, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Yeheskel Bar-ness, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Wei Su, U.S. Army RDECOM
Downlink Multiuser Transmit Beamforming under Total Transmit Power Constraint
Ping Xiong, State University of New York at Buffalo
Stella N. Batalama, State University of New York at Buffalo
Dimitris A. Pados, State University of New York at Buffalo
Bruce Suter, Air Force Research Laboratory
Differential Space Time Block Code Scheme for Cooperative Relays in Multi-Hop Sensor Networks
Lichuan Liu, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Hongya Ge, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Teunis J. Ott, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Analysis and Results for H-MIMO - a Hybrid of Spatial Multiplexing and Adaptive Beamforming
GuBong Lim, University of Delaware
Leonard Cimini, University of Delaware
Larry J. Greenstein, Rutgers University
On the Capacity of Volume Limited Current Distributions
Sandeep H Krishnamurthy, North Carolina State University
Brian L. Hughes, North Carolina State University
U714 - Multi-Channel Signal Processing
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 406
Session Co-Organizers: Thomas Banwell, Telcordia Technologies; George Elmasry, General Dynamics
Session Chair: George Elmasry, General Dynamics C4S
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Development of a Novel Single-Channel Direction-Finding Method
Nathan Harter, Virginia Tech
John Keaveny, Virginia Tech
Swaroop Venkatesh, Virginia Tech
R. Michael Buehrer, Virginia Tech
DOA and Angular Velocity Estimation using Planar Array with Subspace Based Initialization
Webert Montlouis, Northeastern University
Oguz Bayat , Northeastern University
Bahram Shafai, Northeastern University
Analytically Derived Uplink/Downlink TOA/DOA Distributions with Multi-Gaussian Model of Scatterers’ Spatial
Distribution
Javad Ahmadi-Shokouh, University of Waterloo
Performance Study of RSS-based Location Estimation Techniques for Wireless Sensor Networks
Xinrong Li, University of North Texas
Geolocation of Sensor Nodes with Nonuniform GPS Availability: Experimental Results
Jason Wilden, Nova Systems Solutions
Mark Jansen, Nova Systems Solutions
James Agniel, Nova Systems Solutions
Jeremy Jones, Nova Systems Solutions
Randy Moses, Ohio State University
Information Extraction from Sensor Nodes using Air-borne Radar and Back-scatter Modulation
Srinivas V. Vanjari, Purdue University
James V. Krogmeier, Purdue University
Mark R. Bell, Purdue University
U715 - Physical Layer Communications II
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 406
Session Organizer: Stefano Galli, Telcordia Technologies
Session Chair: Tom Banwell, Telcordia Technologies
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Analysis of a Discrete Network Synchronization Algorithm
Harri Saarnisaari, University of Oulu, Findland
The Classification of Joint Analog and Digital Modulations
Octavia A. Dobre, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Ali Abdi, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Yeheskel Bar-Ness, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Wei Su, U. S. Army RDECOM
Integrable Ultra-Compact, High-Resolution, Real-Time MEMS LADAR for the Individual Soldier
James P. Siepmann, LightTime
Adam Rybaltowski, LightTime
Analysis of Low Pulse-Rate UWB Interference into an FM Receiver
Jay E. Padgett, Telcordia Technologies
Real-Time Shaping of Wireless Coverage Patterns when Both Terminal and Base Units Move
John Bigham, University of London
Jiayi Wu, University of London
Lattice-Reduction Aided Linear Equalization Design for Linear Complex-Field Coded OFDM Systems
Xiaoli Ma, Auburn University
Wei Zhang, Auburn University
Ananthram Swami, Army Research Laboratory
U802 - Ultra Wideband Communications
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 420
Session Organizer: Anton G. Moldovan, Cubic Defense Applications
Session Co-Chair: Anton G. Moldovan, Cubic Defense Applications & Robert Qiu Tennessee Tech
University
Sponsored by: MILCOM
UWB Sequence Optimization for enhanced Energy Capture and Interference Mitigation
Jihad Ibrahim, Virginia Tech
Rekha Menon, VirginiaTech
R. Michael Buehrer, Virginia Tech
An Ultra-Wideband Autocorrelation Demodulation Scheme with Low-Complexity Time Reversal Enhancement
Nan Guo, Tennessee Tech University
Robert C. Qiu, Tennessee Tech University
Brian M. Sadler, Army Research Laboratory
A Multiuser Transmitted Reference UWB Transceiver for High Data Rate Communications
Zhengyuan Xu, University of California, Riverside
Ananthram Swami, Army Research Laboratory
Brian M. Sadler, Army Research Laboratory
A Novel Timing Jitter Robust UWB Impulse Radio System
Qiang Li, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Wing Shing Wong, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Two-Stage Acquisition Scheme for UWB Ranging
Jihad Ibrahim, Virginia Tech
R. Michael Buehrer, Virginia Tech
Exact BER Analysis of DS PPM UWB Multiple Access System Under Imperfect Power Control
Wei Cao, National University of Singapore
A. Nallanathan, National University of Singapore
B. Kannan, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore
C. C. Chai, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore
U803 - Optical Communications for the Military: Enabling Technologies
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 420
Session Organizer: Anurag Dwivedi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Chair: Anurag Dwivedi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Lasercom: Technology behind Global Net-Centric Transformation
Greg Less, Northrop Grumman Space Technology
Ronald Squires, Northrop Grumman Space Technology
Tim Jin, Northrop Grumman Space Technology
Simulation-Assisted Design of Free Space Optical Transmission Systems
Gary Shaulov , RSoft Design Group
Jigesh Patel, RSoft Design Group
Brent Whitlock , RSoft Design Group
Pablo Mena , RSoft Design Group
Robert Scarmozzino , RSoft Design Group
Dynamic Beam-To-Beam Optical Communication Link
Marc B. Airola, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Bradley G. Boone, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Jonathon R. Bruzzi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Donald D. Duncan, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Raymond M. Sova, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Multi-Beam Multi-Aperture Optical Beam Steering Module for Military Multimission Hardware
Haiping Yu , Kent Optronics, Inc.
Ben Y. Tang , Kent Optronics, Inc.
Jianhui Li , Kent Optronics, Inc.
Hejun Ma, Kent Optronics, Inc.
Fang Du, Kent Optronics, Inc.
Le Li , Kent Optronics, Inc.
Azza Meshal, AMSRD-CER-DN-SN
Neil Vallestero, AMSRD-CER-DN-SN
Underwater Optical Communication Systems
Part 1: Variability of Water Optical Parameters (invited paper)
Jeffrey Smart, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
"Underwater Optical Communications Systems
Part 2: Basic Design Considerations" (invited paper)
John W. Giles, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Issac N. Bankman, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
U804 - Optical Communications for the Military: Network Architecture and Protocols
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 420
Session Organizer: Anurag Dwivedi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Session Co-Chairs: Anurag Dwivedi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory; Neil
Vallestero, U. S. Army CERDEC
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Bandwidth Enabling Laser Communications for the Army Tactical Network
Neil Vallestero, U.S. Army CERDEC
Peter Canales, U.S. Army CERDEC
Azza Meshal, U.S. Army CERDEC
Jennifer Ricklin, Army Research Laboratory
Protocol Adaptation in Hybrid RF/Optical Wireless Networks
Robert Nichols, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Dynamic Topology Control in Ad Hoc Networks with Directional Links
Gary Atkinson, Lucent Technologies
Xiang Liu, Lucent Technologies
Ramesh Nagarajan, Lucent Technologies
Shyam Parekh, Lucent Technologies
Xiangpeng Jing, Rutgers University
Architectural Enhancements for Improving TCP Performance over FSO Networks
Shyam Parekh, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
Ramesh Nagarajan, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
Gary Atkinson, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
Xiangpeng Jing, Rutgers University
Design and demonstration of a novel incoherent Optical CDMA system
Ivan Glesk, Princeton University
Varghese Baby, Princeton University
Camille S. Bres, Princeton University
Paul R. Prucnal, Princeton University
Wing C. Kwong, Hofstra University
Simulation Assisted Design of Secure Optical CDMA Networks for Reconnaissance Traffic
Jigesh Patel , RSoft Design Group
Gary Shaulov , Rsoft Design Group
Brent Whitlock , Rsoft Design Group
Robert Scarmozzino , Rsoft Design Group
U805 - Ultra Wideband
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 2:15PM - 5:15PM
Room: 420
Session Organizer: Robert Qiu, Tennessee Tech University
Session Chair: Robert Qiu, Tennessee Tech University
Sponsored by: MILCOM
TOA & DOA Distributions in a 2D Semi-Geometrical Model for Ultra-Wideband Fading Channels
Javad Ahmadi-Shokouh, University of Waterloo
Multi-Code Ultra-Wideband Signaling Using Chirped Waveforms
Huaping Liu, Oregon State University
Adaptive Coding in Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum Systems for Channels with Time-Varying Propagation Losses
Michael B. Pursley, Clemson University
Thomas C. Royster, IV, Clemson University
Ultra Wideband Communications for Sensor Networks
Kent D. Colling, Innovative Wireless Technologies
Philip Ciorciari, U.S. Army CERDEC STCD
Implementation and Analysis of Respiration-Rate Estimation using Impulse-based UWB
Swaroop Venkatesh, Virginia Tech
Christopher R. Anderson, Virginia Tech
Natalia V. Rivera, Virginia Tech
R. Michael Buehrer, Virginia Tech
An Efficient Distributed Ad Hoc MAC Protocol for UWB Time-Hopping Code Impulse Radio
Simon Almeras, Thales Land and Joint Systems
Grégoire Guibé, Thales Joint and Land Systems
Christophe Le Martret, Thales Land and Joint Systems
U806 – UWB Systems
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9AM - Noon
Room: 420
Session Co-Organizer: Anton G. Moldovan, Cubic Defense Applications; Robert Qiu, Tennessee Tech
University
Session Co-Chair: Anton G. Moldovan, Cubic Defense Applications; Robert Qiu, Tennessee Tech
University
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Timing Acquisition for Transmitted Reference DS-UWB Signals
Sandeep Aedudodla, University of Florida
Saravanan Vijayakumaran, University of Florida
Tan F. Wong, University of Florida
Digitizing Ultra-Wideband OFDM Signals with Frequency Channelization
Lei Feng, University of Southern California
Won Namgoong, University of Southern California
On the Iterative Multiuser Receivers for Time Hopping Impulse Radio Communication Systems
Tung X. Lai, University of Calgary
Abu B. Sesay, University of Calgary
Cross-Modulation Interference for Pulse Position Modulated UWB Signals
Hasari Celebi, University of South Florida
Hüseyin Arslan, University of South Florida
Slightly Frequency-Shifted Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Radio: TR-UWB without the Delay Element
Dennis L. Goeckel, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Qu Zhang, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Analysis of Jamming on DS-UWB System
Matti Hämäläinen, University of Oulu
Jari Iinatti, University of Oulu
U901 - Homeland Defense
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:00AM - Noon
Room: 410
Session Co-Organizer: Petros Mouchtaris, Telcordia Technologies; Rajesh Talpade, Telcordia
Technologies
Session Co-Chair: Petros Mouchtaris, Telcordia Technologies; Rajesh Talpade, Telcordia Technologies
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Transportation Security Technology
Susan F. Hallowell, Transportation Security Administration
Paul Z. Jankowski, Transportation Security Administration
Internet Emergency Alert System
Paridi Verma, IBM T J Watson Research Center
Dinesh Verma, IBM T J Watson Research Center
Wireless and Wireline Network Interactions in Disaster Scenarios
Ahmad Jrad, Lucent Technologies
Huseyin Uzunalioglu, Lucent Technologies
David Houck, Lucent Technologies
Gerard O'Reilly, Lucent Technologies
Stephen Conrad, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Walter Beyeler, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Converged Wireless Network Architecture for Homeland Security
Krishna Balachandran, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
Kenneth C. Budka, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
Thomas P. Chu, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
Tewfik L. Doumi, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
Joseph H. Kang, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
Robert Whinnery, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Distributed Chemical Plume Process Detection
Glenn Nofsinger, Dartmouth College
George Cybenko, Dartmouth College
High Sensitivity Microwave Sensors Using Fresnel Zone Break Point as a Design Parameter
Saleh Faruque, University of North Dakota
Robert Nelson, University of North Dakota
UNCLASSIFIED PROGRAM
TECHNICAL PANEL LOCATOR
AM Unclassified Technical Panels
N/A – PM Technical Panels ONLY
PM Unclassified Technical Panels:
2:15 PM – 5:15 PM
TP1: Unmanned Aerial Systems and their Impact on the Global War on Terrorism
Date: October 18, 2005 (Tuesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15
Room: 201
Panel Organizer:
Panel Chair:
Vas Kalomiris, Deputy Director JFPO, SPAWAR-CIPO
Gary W. Blohm, Director, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate,
US Army, CERDEC RDECOM
Panelists:
1. Lt. Col. Reed F. Young, Product Manager for Robotic and Unmanned Sensors, US Army
Ttitle: SAR/GMTI Payload Success in Operation Iraqi Freedom
2. Lt. Col. Steven Ward, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Battlelab Integration Division Chief, USAF
Title: Battlelab 101 and USAF Center of Excellence
3. Major Scott Hamann, Assistant Product Manager for “One System”, US Army
Title: Army UAV Program Update
4. Michael T. Fuqua, Fire Scout VTUAV Business Strategy Development Manager, Northrop Grumman Cor
Title: The RQ-8B Fire Scout VTUAV
5. Dr. Chi-Yung Chang, Space and Airborne Systems, Raytheon Company
Title: Global Hawk Integrator Sensors Suite – Maritime Surveillance Capabilities
6. Rick Ludwig, J-UCAS Business Development, Northrop Grumman Unmanned Systems
Title: X47, Joint Unmanned Combat Aerial Systems (J-UCAS)
Abstract
The role of Unmanned Aerial Systems in military operations continues to expand.
Lessons learned from Kosovo and the first Persian Gulf War in 1991 where Iraqi
soldiers surrendered to Pioneer Unmanned Aerial System in order to avoid much
more serious confrontation resulted in the enlargement and wider acceptance of
Unmanned Aerial Systems in the current Persian Gulf War where a Predator Unmanned
Aerial System armed with Hellfire missiles successfully accomplished a combat mission.
Thus Unmanned Aerial Systems have proven their worth and are assigned C4ISR and
combat missions taking the human out of the risk and the expensive aircraft away
from enemy’s fire.
Our panel of experts includes warfighters, developers and industry technologists
selected to present current topics including SAR/GMTI payload success in OIF,
Battlelab 101 and the USAF Center of Excellence and the Army’s UAV program
update. Additional presentations by industry representatives will cover work
on the development of the Fire Scout Vertical Takeoff and Landing Unmanned
Aerial System, the Global Hawk Integrator Sensors Suite in support of Maritime
surveillance and the progress on the development of the Joint Unmanned Combat
Aerial System J-UCAS (X-47).
TP2: New Technology and Architectures for Military Communications
Date: October 18, 2005 (Tuesday)
Time: 3:15 – 5:15
Room: 202
Panel Co-Chairs: Dr.Vincent Chan, Joan and Irwin Jacobs Professor of Electrical
Engineering, MIT
Panelists:
1. Brig. Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski, Director, Military Satellite Communications Joint Program Office,
Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, CA
Topic: DoD Transformation Communication Visions and Applications
2. Dr. John Chapin, CTO Vanu Inc.
Topic: Software Radios
3. Rick Sanford, Director, Space and Intel Initiatives, Cisco Systems
Topic: Space Networks
4. Namish Patel, CTO Sycamore Networks
Topic: Fiber Networks
5. Professor Moe Win, MIT
Topic: Ultra Wideband Radios and Networks
Abstract
In this panel, a group of distinguished experts from the Government, industry and academics forecast the trends in
several technology areas that could have a profound impact in the future direction of military communications. These
technology areas include software and programmable radios, ultra wideband, optical communications and networking in
space.
TP3: Self-Defending Security Software
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 3:15 – 5:15
Room: 201
Panel Chair: Dr. Harvey Freeman, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
Panelists:
1. Dr. John Kerivan (Jack), Managing Partner, nGran
2. Ken Brothers, CTO, CleanComputes
3. Mark Kadrich, Senior Scientist, Sygate Technologies
4. Karen Goertzel, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
5. Dr. Larry Wagoner, Information Assurance Directorate, NSA
Abstract
Self-Defense must be a basic requirement for any security software that runs on a Microsoft OS platform. Today’s “Zero
Day” trojans, worms and blended threats have been designed to eliminate security software defenses that are commonly
used in today’s desktop and laptop machines. Unfortunately, most major vendors of host-based security software are not
rated on their ability to defend themselves from process suspension and termination. In other words, if the security
software has been stopped and/or unloaded from memory then it is safe to assume that the machine is unprotected.
This panel will discuss the Self-Defending security software problem in light of platform requirements, optimum security
“hardening” configurations, useful attack detection methods and recommendations for preventing the compromise of PC
platforms by current termination methods. In addition, the panel will recommend the adoption of test techniques to better
simulate termination methods used by malware to verify the integrity of host-based security software. This will include a
review of promising integration test frameworks and prevalent malware injection and “blocking” methods.
TP4: Impact of the DoD IPv6 Transition on Coalition and Federal Communications
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 3:15 – 5:15 pm
Room: 202
Panel Chair: Alex Lightman, Chairman, IPv6 Summit, Inc.
Panelists:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Mark Harvey, Chief, Department of Defense IPv6 Transition Office
John Shipp, Deputy Director Technical Architecture, US Army CIO/G6 AAIC
Mark Evans, Navy IPv6 Transition Lead, COMSPAWARSYSCOM
Eric Lubeck, IPv6 Action Officer, Air Force Communications Agency
Abstract
In June 2003 The DoD mandated "IPv6-Capable" status from Oct. 2003 for all products and services tying into the Global
Information Grid. In 2005 the DoD has delivered its IPv6 Transition Plan to Congress and gave testimony at the first
Congressional Hearings on IPv6 that contributed to a planned move by the rest of the US Federal Government, as well as
a growing number of IPv6 mandates in and between America's approximately 50 Coalition Partner countries and
transnational alliances including NATO and the European Defense Forces.
This panel is led by the chairman of the Coalition Summit for IPv6, a group that attracted delegates from over 30 nations
and 30 federal agencies. It also includes Dr. Lynch, the technical director of DoD-wide IPv6 efforts as well as leaders
within each of the services. Attendees will receive an up-to-date situation report on the possibilities, challenges, and
policies that will impact not only all military communications providers, but everyone who does business with the US
Government and its allies.
TP5 New Challenges in Military Communications Research
Date: October 20, 2005 (Thursday)
Time: 3:15 – 5:15
Room: 201
Panel Chair: Dr. Larry Stotts, DARPA
Panelists:
1. Dr. Jeff Jaffe, President of Advanced Technologies, Lucent Technologies
2. Dr. John Olsen, Technical Director of Integrated Communications Systems, Raytheon Company
3. Dr. Richard North, Technical Director for Joint Program Executive Office Joint Tactical Radio
System (JPEO JTRS)
4. Colonel Jonathan Maddux, Program Manager, Unit of Action Network Systems Integration
5. Dr. John Parmentola, Director for Research and Laboratory Management, US Army
Abstract
In this panel, a group of senior Government and industry R&D managers discuss the current challenges in funding and
executing military communications research, and outline some of the possible directions that they could take to address
such challenges.
TP6 Transforming Spectrum Operations
Date: October 20, 2005 (Thursday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Room: 202
Panel Organizer: Thomas Taylor, OASD (NII) Spectrum Management Directorate
Panel Chair: Badri Younes, Director, OASD (NII) Spectrum Management Directorate
Panelist Include:
1. John M. R. Kneuer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and
Information and Deputy Administrator of National Telecommunications and Information
Administration (NTIA)
2. Bruce Franca, Acting Chief, FCC Office of Engineering and Technology (Invited)
3. Mr. Julio “Rick” Murphy, Chief, Spectrum Management Office, Wireless Services & Operations
Division, Wireless Management Office, Office of the Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department
of Homeland Security
4. Peter Pitsch, Director of Communications Policy, Intel Corp
5. Dr. Linton Wells, II, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense, Networks and Information
Integration and DoD Chief Information Officer, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
Networks and Information Integration
6. Edmond J. Thomas, Engineer and Partner, Harris Wiltshire & Grannis
Abstract
The Department of Defense is faced with numerous challenges as it endeavors to transform US military operations
to an information based network-centric architecture assuring information superiority for the warfighter. This
transformation has resulted in considerable technological development that is significantly more dependent on
access to spectrum resources. Similarly, new commercial technologies entering the marketplace have further
increased the pressure for access to Government spectrum resources. These internal and external pressures
combined with the increasing need for on-demand access to spectrum resources, creates new challenges which
require the DoD to utilize spectrum resources more effectively. Meeting these challenges entails a transformation
in DoD spectrum management polic ies, techniques and tools in order to enable a more agile and responsive
spectrum community.
To increase awareness within the military communications community and stimulate discussion on current and
future spectrum management challenges the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information
Integration (ASD-NII) sponsors a panel on the challenges of transforming spectrum ac cess for military operations
while the commercial sector expands its markets in new technologies at MILCOM 2005. The topics of discussion
will include:
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Presidential Spectrum Initiative.
Initiatives Addressing Efficient Operations.
Future concepts for spectrum management systems.
Emerging concepts for evaluating spectrum dependent devices.
Challenges and opportunities for sharing spectrum with commercial users.
Future spectrum regulatory frameworks.
Balancing national security with economics.
TP7 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Experiences and Way Ahead
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Room: 309
Panel Chairs: Mr. David Mihelcic, Chief Technology Officer, Defense Information Systems Agency
Panelists:
1. Bernal Allen, Joint Command and Control (JC2), DISA
2. Rob Vietmeyer, Net-Centric Enterprise Services (NCES), DISA
3. Glen White, Global Combat Support Systems (GCSS), DISA
4. Andrew Baer, America Online
Abstract
Not available at time of publication
UNCLASSIFIED PROGRAM
GENERAL PANEL LOCATOR
AM Unclassified Panels:
9:00AM – 11:00 AM
PM Unclassified Panels:
2:15PM – 4:15 PM
Unclassified Panel One – GP1: The Need for Military Innovation to Obtain Victory on all Fronts
Date: October 18, 2005 (Tuesday)
Time: 9:00 – 11:00 am
Location: Hall A
Panel Chair: LTG John (Mark) Curran, (USA) Director, Futures Center, TRADOC
Panelists:
1. Dr. James Blake, (USA SES), PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation
2. MG Roger Nadeau, (USA), CG Army Research Development Engineering CMD (RDEC)
3. Maj Gen Ruud S. van Dam, (RNAF), Royal Netherlands Air Force HQ Supreme Allied
Commander Transformation (HQ SACT) ACS C4I
4. CAPT John Macaluso (USCG),Chief Research Development & Technology
Management HQ USAG DHS
5. COL(P) Ron Bouchard, (USA), Dep Cmdr SIGCEN
GP1 ABSTRACT
With the requirement for our warfighters to be prepared to engage in actions ranging from tank battles in full
conflict to assisting in civil unrest, interdicting drug dealers, disaster relief and homeland security, innovation
in arms, communication, logistics, and command and control is essential. New orders of battle, rapid training
techniques, self sustained brigades, revolutionary rapidly moving vehicles, and unmanned land and air vehicles
are just a few examples. This panel of experts in these techniques will discuss the myriad changes influencing
the modern warfighter.
Unclassified Panel Two – GP2: Meeting the Challenges Presented by Our Enemy Warfighters, Terrorist
and Hackers
Date: October 18, 2005 (Tuesday)
Time: 2:15 – 4:15 pm
Location: Hall A
Panel Chair: LtGen Robert Shea, (USMC), Director C4, J-6, JCS J6
Panelists:
1. Maj Gen Tommy Crawford, (USAF), Commander, Air Force C2ISR Center
2. BG Susan Lawrence, (USA), CENTCOM J6
3. Mr. Keith Masback, (SEIS), Director for Source Operations Group, National
Geospatial Intelligence Agency
4. RDML Vic See, (USN), PEO Space Systems Director, Communications Directorate,
NRO
5. Dr. Richard Wittstruck, (PEO IEWS), Chief Engineer PEO IEWS
GP2 ABSTRACT
The threats top our warfighters have changed radically in the past decades. Availability of arms, night vision
technology, GPS and new communications as well as many other advances have made our enemies more lethal
and harder to locate. Terrorists strike anywhere, at any time, in any place. Intelligence needs are greatly
magnified in today’s world. Added to this is the threat to our databases and C3 posed by hackers including those
of our enemies and those who hack for “the fun of it”. Our panel will examine the ever increasing threats posed
by each of these, and make us aware of the ever increasing need for vigilance by our military and civilian
warfighters.
Unclassified Panel Three – GP3: Industry Leaders' Assessment of Innovation for Defense
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 9:00 – 11:00 pm
Location: Hall A
Panel Chair: Mr. Clayton (Clay) Jones, CEO Rockwell Collins
Panelists:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Mr. Gregory Akers, Sr VP/Ch Technology Officer CISCO
LTG Pete Cuviello, (USA-Ret), VP Lockheed Martin
Mr. Rick Miller, Government Business Unit, Lucent
Lt Gen Carl G. O'Berry, (USAF-Ret), Chairman, Executive Council Network Centric
Operations Industry Consortium, Inc.
5. MG William (Bill) Russ, (USA-Ret), VP Information and Intelligence Systems,
Raytheon
GP3 ABSTRACT
Our country is blessed with an effective, innovative military/industrial team. The selection of industry leaders
on this panel will make us aware of the magnificent contributions of key defense contractors toward meeting the
challenges posed by our warfighter enemies and terrorists around the world. These are patriots who assure the
success of their corporations while tirelessly striving to find new technologies to protect our service people.
Unclassified Panel Four – GP4: Innovative C4I Strategy and Technology Effects on Counter Terrorism
and Homeland Security
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:15 – 4:15 pm
Location: Hall A
Panel Chair: VADM Herb A. Browne (USN-Ret)
President and CEO, AFCEA
International
Panelists:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
BG Carroll Pollett (USA), CG NETCOM
Mr. Kevin Carroll, (USA-SES), PEO EIS
BG Nick Justice, (USA), DPEO C3T
Mr. Michael Payne (USCG) Chief ISR Systems & Technology, HQ
Mr. Gary Martin (USA-SES) Director Comm-Elect Research & Development Center
GP4 ABSTRACT
Unfortunately, we have all seen the pain and havoc wrought by terrorists here and abroad. They have no
compunction about harming innocent civilians; in fact, those civilians are usually their prime targets. They hope
to destroy the resolve of a nation by attacking ordinary men, women and children. This panel will discuss the
innovative C4ISR strategy and technology efforts that are ongoing and required to addressed this ever
evolving threat to our War against Terrorism and our Homeland Security programs demonstrate that they can
never shake our resolve, and will discuss how we will counter their every move until the threats are eradicated.
Unclassified Panel Five – GP5: Innovative advances in Space and Air C4ISR, Aviation Electronics and
Survivability
Date: October 20, 2005 (Thursday)
Time: 9:00 – 11:15 am
Location: Hall A
Panel Chair:
BG Stephen Mundt (USA), Director, US Army G3 Aviation Task Force
Panelists:
1. Brig Gen Dave Warner, (Sel) (USAF), HQ USAF Deputy for OPS and Support in
Warfighter Integration
2. BGen George Allen, (Sel) (USMC), Director, C4, and CIO, HQ USMC
3. Mr. David Carstairs (USAF-SES), Director, Network Centric Operations/Integration
Wing. ESC
4. CAPT Mike Brunskill (USN), Executive Assistant PEO C4I and Space
GP5 ABSTRACT
Network Centric Operations is dependant on the Air and Space C4I Component. This renowned panel of
experts will address the advances in Space and Air C4I, aircraft electronics and survivability that will enable
successful Air/Ground Operations while protecting our military and civilian aviators. This is critical in a world
containing enemies and terrorists who strive to destroy our command of the air and space capabilities as well as
commercial air transportation. Our Warfighter must be able to truly function in a Network Centric environment
that includes the entire gamut of C4ISR techniques and technology that must be brought to bear to counter these
threats.
SIMA WORKSHOP
Monday Workshop:
AM - 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Lunch:
12:00 Noon – 1:30 PM
Workshop Co-Chairs: Gabriel Jakobson, Altusys Corporation; Mieczyslaw M. Kokar, Northeastern
University
Workshop Technical Program Co-Chairs: Lundy Lewis, Southern New Hampshire University;
Christopher J. Matheus, Versatile Information Systems
Sponsored by: MILCOM
Date: October 17, 2005 (Monday)
Time: 8:00 – 5:00 pm
Location: Room 412
Session 1
Session Chair: Gabriel Jakobson, Altusys Corporation
Situation Management: State of the Field and Research Agenda
Gabriel Jakobson, Altusys Corp
Mieczyslaw M. Kokar, Northeastern University
Lundy Lewis, Southern New Hampshire University
Christopher J. Matheus, Versatile Information Systems, Inc.
John Buford, Altusys Corporation
Textual Retrieval and Analysis of Event Data
John Palmer, Austin Info Systems
Gary Raven, Austin Info Systems
Situation Management in Crisis Scenarios based on Self-Organizing Neural Mapping Technology
Lundy Lewis, Southern New Hampshire University
Richard Tango-Lowy, ars Cognita, Inc.
Automatic Event Recognition for Enhanced Situational Awareness in UAV Video
Robert Higgins, The Boeing Co
Maritime Situation Monitoring and Awareness Using Neural Learning Mechanisms
Brad Rhodes, BAE Systems AIT
Neil Bomberger, BAE Systems AIT
Michael Seibert, BAE Systems AIT
Allen Waxman, BAE Systems AIT
Session 2
Session Chair: Lundy Lewis, Southern New Hampshire University
Protecting With Sensor Netwoks: Perimeters and Axes
Jeffrey V. Nickerson, Stevens Institute of Technology
Stephan Olariu, Old Dominion University
Biomimetic Models for Massively-Deployed Sensor Networks in Situation Management
K. H. Jones, NASA Langley Research Center
K. N. Lodding, NASA Langley Research Center
S. Olariu, Old Dominion University
L. Wilson, Old Dominion University
C. Xin, Norfolk State University
Target Tracking with Distributed Robotic Macrosensors
Brian Shucker, University of Colorado
John K. Bennett, University of Colorado
Combining multiple autonomous mobile sensor behaviours using local clustering
Rustam Stolkin, Stevens Institute of Technology
Jeffrey V. Nickerson, Stevens Institute of Technology
072 - SIMA Workshop (Continued)
Session 3
Session Chair: Ivan Kadar, Nortrop Grumman
Cognitive Situation Monitoring and Awareness of Grid Systems
Todd Carrico, Cougaar Software, Inc.
Filip Perich, Cougaar Software, Inc.
Jaisook Rho, Cougaar Software, Inc
Achieving Situation Awareness in a Cyber Environment
John J. Salerno, Air Force Research Laboratory
George Tadda, Air Force Research Laboratory
Douglas Boulware, Air Force Research Laboratory
Michael Hinman, Air Force Research Laboratory
Samuel Gorton, Skaion Corporation
Real-Time Multistage Attack Awareness Through Enhanced Intrusion Alert Clustering
Sunu Mathew, SUNY at Buffalo
Daniel Britt, SUNY at Buffalo
Richard Giomundo, SUNY at Buffalo
Shambhu Upadhyaya, SUNY at Buffalo
Moises Sudit, SUNY at Buffalo
Adam Stotz, SUNY at Buffalo
KSNet-Approach Application to Knowledge-Driven Evacuation Operation Management
Alexander Smirnov, St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of
Sciences (SPIIRAS)
Michael Pashkin, St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of
Sciences (SPIIRAS)
Tatiana Levashova, St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of
Sciences (SPIIRAS)
Nikolai Chilov, St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of
Sciences (SPIIRAS)
Effects Based Decision Support for Riot Control: Employing Influence Diagrams and Embedded Simulation
Robert Suzić, Swedish Defense Research Agency (FOI)
Klas Wallenius, Royal Institute of Technology
Session 4
Panel Chair: John Salerno, Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome Research Site
Panel Discussion: What are the Outstanding Research and Development Issues in Situation Management?
Panelists:
Christopher J. Matheus, Versatile Information Systems
Gabriel Jakobson, Altusys Corporation
Alexander Smirnov, St. Petersburg Institute for Information and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences
(SPIIRAS)
Todd Caricco, Cougaar Software, Inc.
TUTORIALS PROGRAM
Monday Tutorials:
AM - 8:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
PM – 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday and Wednesday Tutorials:
AM – No AM Schedule
PM – 2:15 PM – 5:15 PM
Tutorial 1 (T1): “Commercial Wireless Networking: Creating a Tactical Internet Capability with
Commercial Technology”
Date: October 17, 2005 (Monday)
Time: 8:00 – 12:00 pm
Location: Room 418
Presented by: Jack L. Burbank, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Tutorial Abstract
This tutorial provides an overview of commercial wireless internetworking technologies within the
context of the commercial domain, the potential roles in the evolving network-centric warfighting
force, and the achievement of an Internet-like capability within the tactical military domain.
Commercial wireless networking technologies have become increasingly popular over the past few
years, and continue to impact the world socially and economically as the wireless Internet becomes
more pervasive with rapidly increasing deployments across the world. This wireless outgrowth of the
Internet has been fueled by the development of wireless technologies such as the nearly-ubiquitous
IEEE 802.11 wireless local area network (WLAN) family of standards (also known as WiFi),
broadband wireless access technologies such as the IEEE 802.16 standards family (also known as
WiMax), and wireless personal area network (WPAN) technologies such as the IEEE 802.15
standards family (e.g. Bluetooth). Evolving cellular technologies (2.5G, 3G) provide an increasing
capability support not only voice applications but also offer high-bandwidth data services and growing
Internet accessibility across wide geographic areas. Furthermore, there has been an enormous
amount of activity in the development of network- and higher-layer technologies to support mobility
and wireless connectivity, such as Mobile Internet Protocol (MIP), and the continuing development of
mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) routing protocols. With the development and envisioned
deployment of IP Version 6 and its increased address space, along with the continually increasing
capability of wireless networks, the envisioned proliferation of wireless network-capable devices is
expected to be significant. Such proliferation will continue to push networking technologies that are
highly capable, flexible, and scalable.
Concurrently, the military is undergoing a "transformation" to a network-centric warfare (NCW)
paradigm. In the NCW paradigm, more importance is placed on the collection of, dissemination of,
synthesis of, and action on information by lightweight, highly-mobile, highly-lethal forces. This
represents a fundamental trade of armor for network connectivity, placing unprecedented importance
on the network(s) supporting the force structure. This warfighting paradigm is predicated upon the
presence of a robust, highly-capable, highly-interoperable, readily deployable and manageable, and
secure networking capability to provide ubiquitous “anytime, anywhere, to anyone” communications.
The composite of these networks will constitute the emerging Global Information Grid (GIG), a world-
wide IP-based DoD network that is intended to remove communications as a constraint to the
warfighter and his warfighting tactics.
There is a growing interest within the DoD community to leverage commercial Internet and wireless
networking technologies in order to achieve this desired network-centric capability. This is
understandable given the commercial Internet possesses many of the characteristics desired in the
military counterpart. Subsequently, there continues to be an increasing number of military networks
that are at least partly-based upon commercial wireless technologies and practices. However, these
commercial technologies were not designed to meet military requirements, and as a result they may
not perform well for all applications. If improperly applied within the military domain, they could
represent a regression of capability. In fact, commercial technologies are often defined to meet
rigidly-defined performance goals and a narrow set of use cases. These constraints often result in
poor performance when the network technologies are applied outside of the original scope, even
within the commercial domain. Thus, it is important that the military communications community
understand these technologies from a variety of perspectives. This includes becoming familiar with
the technologies themselves, knowledge of what they are and are not designed for, how they are
used within the commercial domain, and the relationships between these various technologies. Such
an understanding enables the military community to identify gaps between technology and military
needs, identify potential shortcomings that may induce operational constraints, and work to design
military-specific augmentations as necessary to bridge these gaps and maintain a technological edge
against potential adversaries who also have access to these same commercial technologies.
Conversely, it is also important for the military community to have intimate familiarity with these
technologies because those are the technologies adversaries are likely to possess.
The goal of this tutorial is to provide an introduction to many of the wireless network technologies that
are used within the commercial domain. This tutorial would provide attendees technical knowledge
on pervasive wireless networking techniques and issues unique to the wireless domain. This tutorial
will focus upon standardized commercial technologies, while refraining from presenting academic
proposals from literature (there are too many technology proposals within the literature to realistically
cover, even at a high-level, in a single tutorial session). Introductory material would be provided to
identify key differences between wired and wireless domains, and highlight the key problematic areas
in wireless internetworking.
Tutorial Presenter
The proposed tutorial will be conducted by Mr. Jack L. Burbank of The Johns Hopkins University
Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL). Mr. Burbank leads the Theory and Analysis section within
the Network Engineering group of JHU/APL. Mr. Burbank is an expert in the area of wireless
networking, and has been focused on the application of commercial wireless networking technologies
to the military context. Mr. Burbank's background is in communications theory, wireless networking,
IP internetworking, satellite communications, communications vulnerability analysis, and computer
simulation of communications systems. Mr. Burbank leads a team of network engineers at JHU/APL
that regularly attends and participates within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and also
closely follows activities within the IEEE 802 standards organization. Mr. Burbank's research interests
include mobile ad-hoc networking, wireless MAC design, and cross-layer design. Mr. Burbank's
current work projects include research into adaptive augmentation of the 802.11 MAC to improve
scalability and efficiency while maintaining backwards compatibility, analysis and development of
concepts for Naval MANET sensor networks, DoD analysis of commercial MANET routing protocols,
and the application of commercial wireless broadband technology in the design of a United States
coastal area network capability. Mr. Burbank has published numerous technical papers and reports
on topics of wireless networking (both terrestrial-based and space-based) (see reference list for a
partial list), and holds a provisional patent for a novel commercial WLAN testbed concept developed
while studying the inclusion of very high-speed mobile stations (in excess of Mach 4) within an
802.11-based WLAN. Mr. Burbank is a professor of networking and telecommunications in The
Johns Hopkins University Part-Time Engineering Program.
Tutorial 2 and 7 (T2 and T7): “Next Generation Operations and Service Level Management”
Date: October 17, 2005 (Monday)
Time: AM T2 - 8:00 – 12:00 pm and PM T7- 1:30 – 5:30 pm
Location: T2 - Room 417 / T7- Room 416
Presented by: Gerry Theret and Anil Verma, Lucent Technologies
As the service provider paradigm shifts from network and technology-centric to service and customer-centric,
the end-user of the future will demand more control of their services (e.g., customer network management and
self-service provisioning) and consistently high quality services, driven by customer-centric Service Level
Agreements (SLAs). In addition, as service providers evolve from several distinct networks delivering services
over different technologies to a single IP-based network, the network/services management architecture will
need to evolve as well. The addition of a variety of application and content servers that support new services
will require the adoption of a service management paradigm to complement the more traditional NOC
management processes. Service providers will need to examine their existing systems and operations
processes to align with this evolved network, services and applications environment. Taking advantage of
relevant standards, like NGOSS and ITIL, can ensure consistent coverage of network/services management
needs in the Fulfillment, Assurance, Usage, CRM, and Resource Management areas in terms of systems and
processes. In addition, employing standards across the various technology and service domains encourages a
common vocabulary that will ease the evolution to a common IP-based network.
This session provides background on the TeleManagement Forum’s New Generation Operations Systems and
Software (NGOSS). NGOSS is a comprehensive, integrated framework for analyzing, designing, developing,
implementing, procuring and deploying operational and mission supporting systems. This session will also
provide an overview of the first step of an NGOSS undertaking, covering the process assessment and design
phase and the development of an end-to-end Service Level Management structure that is compliant with the
Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) model.
The session is intended to provide an introduction to Next Generation Operations Management processes,
metrics, tools and approaches. This tutorial will familiarize the participant with the program/service goals,
methodologies, delivery capabilities and recent experiences.
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New Generation OSS
Telecommunications and IT Management Needs
Background
NGOSS Structure
o Processes
o Principles
o Architecture
o Methodology
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Operations Analysis and Optimization
Mission Challenges
Operations Analysis & Optimization Overview and Framework
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Service Level Management and SLA Design & Implementation
Development Process and Methodology
Service Level Formalization Process
SLM Lifecycle Management
Deliverables and Benefits
Delivery Experience
Tutorial 3 and 5 (T3 and T5): “Overview of Internet Protocols and IPv6 Extensions”
Date: October 17, 2005 (Monday)
Time: AM T3 - 8:00 – 12:00 pm and PM T5 - 1:30 – 5:30 pm
Location: T3 - Room 419 / T5- Room 417
Presented by: John Amoss and Adrian R. Hartman Lucent Technologies
This session provides background on the benefits and issues surrounding the migration of the Global Internet Protocol to
IPv6. The tutorial will familiarize the participant with the principles and operation of the current Internet protocols and
extensions to these protocols including IPv6. The session is intended to provide both an introduction to the TCP/IP
protocol suite and a view of up-to-date extensions of the suite. It will also review key transition mechanisms and options
for allowing networks to progressively migrate to IPv6 while co-existing and interoperating with the legacy IPv4 networks.
The course will address the following topics.
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The layered functional network approach is reviewed and both the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) and the
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) models are presented.
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Major functions performed within the TCP and IP levels will be addressed and the protocols associated with these
layers will be reviewed in detail.
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IPv4 will migrate to IPv6, which will extend the addressing capabilities and add other features to the IP protocol. An
overview of IPv6 will be presented along with its major features and transition strategies.
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Introduction to Protocol Architectures (OSI and TCP/IP)
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Subnetworks and the TCP/IP Model
IPv4 - Overview and Issues
TCP - Overview
Enter IPv6
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Benefits and Issues in Global IP Network Migration to IPv6
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Layering, layer functions and primitives
Objectives and Features
Protocol, Addressing, Management, Security, Other goodies
DoD Policies
What Vendors are saying
Tutorial 4 (T4): “Intermittently Connected Mobile Ad Hoc Networks”
Date: October 17, 2005 (Monday)
Time: 1:30 – 5:30 pm
Location: Room 418
Presented by Dr. Zhensheng Zhang, San Diego Research Center.
Introduction
In modern battlefields, nodes in communications networks are constantly in motion and/or operate on
limited power. When nodes are in motion, links can be obstructed by intervening objects. When
nodes must conserve power, links are shut down. These result in intermittent connectivity. When no
path exists between source and destination, network partition occurs. Examples of an intermittently
connected network (ICN) are: a). An inter-planet satellite communication network where satellites and
ground nodes may only communicate with each other several times a day, b). A sensor network
where sensors are not powerful enough to send data to a collecting server or are scheduled to be
wake/sleep periodically, c). A military ad hoc network where nodes (e.g. tanks, airplanes, soldiers)
may move randomly and are subject to being destroyed.
Applications in ICNs must tolerate delays beyond conventional IP forwarding delays and these
networks are referred to as delay/disruption tolerant networks (DTN). There are many different
terminologies for ICN or DTN used in the literature as such eventual connectivity, space-time routing,
partially connected, transient connection, opportunistic networking, and end-to-end communication.
The characteristics of DTNs are very different from those of the traditional Internet in that the latter
have some well-known assumptions: 1) continuous connectivity, 2) very low packet loss rate, and 3)
reasonably low propagation delay. DTNs do not satisfy all of the assumptions, and sometimes none.
In consequence, the existing protocols will not be able to handle the data transmission in DTNs. In
DTNs, end-to-end communication using
TCP/IP protocol does not work as packets that cannot be forwarded immediately are usually dropped.
If packet dropping is too severe, TCP eventually ends the session. UDP provides no reliability service
and cannot “hold and forward”. New protocols and algorithms need to be developed. Within the
overall category of DTN, there are several different types of DTN due to their different characteristics.
For instance, the satellite trajectories in example a) are predictable while the movement of a solider or
tank in example c) may be random. Therefore, for different types of DTNs, different solutions may
need to be proposed. Generally speaking, DTN routing proposed in the IRTF DTN working group is
separate from the underlying "region local" routing and is above the transport' layers. However, there
are some network technologies which do not really have a well-defined transport layer (e.g. sensor
networks). In this case, a layer-agnostic approach is more appropriate. For example, even though the
local regional network is connected, it might not be optimal to always route the packets to gateways
(border nodes of the local network), as those gateways may move out of the network soon. It might
therefore be better to wait for some time at some local nodes which may have a better chance to
reach the destination.
Recently, researchers have proposed different solutions for different types of DTNs. In this tutorial,
we provide an overview the current state of art of DTNs. We categorize these protocols into different
classes, shown in Figure 1. About 40 protocols/papers will be discussed in details and 20 of them will
be compared based on complexity such as buffer required, whether neighbor information exchange is
needed, whether the computation of the link forwarding probability is needed, and whether location
service is needed. Experimental studies, methods of estimating link forward probabilities and data
dissemination (applications) in intermittently connected networks will be discussed. Open research
issues in this area will be pointed out as well.
FIGURE 1, PROTOCOLS CLASSIFICATION
Intended Audience:
Researchers, system engineers, network architects, and protocol implementers from government,
academia or industry interested in intermittently connected ad hoc networks and delay tolerance
networks (sensor networks, epidemically-routed networks, inter-plenary, space-satellite networks,
battlefield ad-hoc networks, etc.) and how to interconnect them.
Why the topic is interesting and timely
Wireless, mobile ad hoc networks will become an important part in modern battlefields and DTNs are
resultant emerging area. Even though there have been several tutorials on DTNs in previous
conferences, these tutorials mainly focused on the architecture proposed by the IRTF DTNWG, which
is above the transport layer. Recently, many layer-agnostic protocols have been proposed (which are
different from those proposed by the IRTF DTN WG) and have never been covered by any previous
tutorial. It is the first tutorial that MANET is considered from the intermittent connectivity aspect, and
focuses on military applications. Furthermore, IEEE Milcom is the right conference. It is therefore
timely to review these layer-agnostic protocols in details and categorize them into different classes so
that efficient algorithms and new improvements can be developed.
Presenter’s Short Bio
Dr. Zhensheng Zhang has over fifteen years experience in design and analysis of network
architecture, protocols and control algorithms, with very strong backgrounds in performance analysis,
modeling and simulation of the communication networks. Recent work includes the following:
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San Diego Research Center, Principal Investigator
o DARPA “ Mobile, Wireless (ad hoc) networks using Smart antennas” project, responsible
for directional transmission/receive algorithms design and implementation
o Various DOD sponsored projects: DTN, MIMO and ad hoc networks
Microsoft Research Asia: Research in wireless networks, including DTN, MAC and Network
layer QoS, resource allocation, admission control in IEEE 802.11; and in peer to peer
networks.
Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies: Research in 3G wireless networks; designed a core
network architecture based on Lucent’s SoftSwitch platform for BT’s seamless 3G wireless
network; engineer for the NTT DoCoMo 3G WCDMA network projects; Investigated issues in
IP/PPP Over SONET, IP over ATM/SONET and IP over DWDM; researched different optical IP
networking architectures, including overlay networking, service layer networking with MPLS
and transport layer networking, protection and restoration schemes, while considering
design/economic analysis and survivability issues; proposed schemes to determine the best
primary and restoration routes for each given wavelength demand to maximize network
capacity while minimizing network cost through simulation
Columbia University, Research Scientist: Conducted research in B-ISDN/ATM networks,
including ATM switch and networks architecture design, performance modeling, bandwidth
allocation, congestion control, admission control, network management, buffer management,
routing, traffic analysis and priority scheduling for integrated services and multimedia
communications.
Tutorial 6 (T6): “Technical Overview of JTRS Software Communications Architecture”
Date: October 17, 2005 (Monday)
Time: 1:30 – 5:30 pm
Location: Room 419
Presented by: Ms. Neli Hayes, The Boeing Company
TECHNICAL OVERVIEW OF THE JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM (JTRS)
SOFTWARE COMMUNICATIONS ARCHITECTURE (SCA) SPECIFICATION
The Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Software Communications Architecture
(SCA) specification is the established standard for interoperability and portability of distributed, embe
dded, object-oriented, language-independent and platform-independent components in softwarebased communications systems, with numerous existing military and commercial implementations.
As well as being the core standard for all Department of Defense (DoD) softwarebased communications programs involved with Network Centric Operations (NCO) and Network
Centric Warfare (NCW) such as the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Clusters and Future Combat
Systems (FCS), the SCA specification forms the corner-stone basis that inspires many of today’s
emerging commercial and international standards such as the Object Management Group (OMG)’s
Platform-Independent Model and Platform-Specific Model for Software Radio
Components and the OMG Deployment and Configuration Specification.
The SCA specification relies on the use of open and evolving commercial standards such as CORBA,
CORBAServices, Lightweight Services, CORBA Component Model, and POSIX, to promote the
development of communications systems that are software-controlled and reprogrammable, modular
and scalable, exploit COTS technology, and allow simplified applications engineering and rapid
deployment of system improvements. As such, the SCA can form the component interoperability and
portability basis in any software-based communications system, including commercial software
radios, applications in the automotive industry, etc.
This 3-hour overview provides a solid technical foundation of the SCA specification core architecture
rule set including the Core Framwork (CF) and the Domain Profile. The CF is the SCA essential
“core” set of open software interfaces and profiles that provide for deployment, management,
interconnection, and intercommunication of software application components in distributed embedded
systems. The Domain Profile depicts the packaging and deployment of SCA-compliant hardware
device and software component implementations into the CF domain through describing
these components, their properties, and interconnections.
TECHNICAL OVERVIEW OBJECTIVES
Introduce the SCA specification, supplements, accompanying documents, available formal training, a
nd emerging SCA-based/inspired standards
Provide a comprehensive overview of the SCA core architecture rule set
Depict example sequences of how the SCA interacts with SCA-compliant application components
Introduce SCA’s CORBA IDL modules
TECHNICAL OVERVIEW DETAILED OUTLINE
SCA Specifications
SCA Specifications
SCA Supporting Documents & Formal Training
Emerging SCA-Based/Inspired Standards
Software Architecture Overview
What does the SCA Enable for Communication Systems?
How does the SCA Enable Such Things?
o SCA Layering
o SCA Application Instantiation
o SCA Operating Environment
o SCA Core Framework and Domain Profile
o SCA Operating Environment Mandates
SCA Partitioning Birds Eye View
SCA Partitioning Detailed View
SCA Partitioning Major Divisions (Infrastructure & Application Layers)
Infrastructure Layer
o Bus Layer
o Network & Serial Interface Services
o Operating System Layer
o CORBA Middleware
o Core Framework (CF)
Application Layer
o CORBA-Capable Components
o Adapters Allowing Use of Non-CORBA-Capable Components
SCA Partitioning Benefits
Software Architecture Infrastructure Layer
Operating Environment (OE)
Operating System & CORBA Middleware
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Base Device Interfaces
Node Component Deployment & Removal Interface
Domain Component Deployment & Removal Interface
Application Installation/Un-installation Interface
Application Creation Interface
Application Configuration/Control/Termination Interface
File Service Interfaces
o Domain Profile – Component Packaging & Deployment
How the CF Interacts with Application Components
Node Startup
o DeviceManager Startup
 Creation of persistent devices and services
 Deployment of persistent devices and services to the CF domain
Application Installation
Application Instantiation
o Creation of a Single Application Component
o Connecting Application Components Together
Invoking Operations on a Single Application Component
Application Tear-Down
SCA IDL Modules
References
Tutorial 8 (T8): “Homeland Security: New Approaches to Providing Network Security and
Interoperability”
Date: October 18, 2005 (Tuesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Location: Room 418
Moderated by: Dr. Rati C. Thanawala, Vice President, Network Planning and Standards, Bell
Laboratories, Lucent Technologies.
This tutorial focuses on innovative approaches – new technologies and systems, new methodologies, emerging
standards, and state-of-the-art solutions to meet the needs of communications networks for Homeland Security. Find out
how the public and private sectors are working together to develop methods to tackle cyber security and protect the
communications infrastructure to improve homeland security. Innovations in wireless technologies are creating new
solutions to hard problems. Interoperability challenges in Public Safety Networks are being addressed. In addition, a wide
array of DoD solutions are now making their way into networks supporting Homeland Security. The scope of the session
spans the range – from requirements, to identification of technologies and solutions, to the process being used to ensure
the transition of technology to the Civil Sector.
We will have 4 presentations in this session:
1. Deploying Security Technologies and Systems: Kathleen M. Flood, MITRE
2. A Standardized Framework for End-to-End Security in Communications
Networks: Andrew McGee, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
3. Wireless Technology Innovations and Public Safety Networks: Dr. Ken Budka,
Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
4. Application of DoD Technologies to Homeland Security: Dr. James Soos,
RDECOM Homeland Security Science Advisor
The session will be introduced by Dr. Rati Thanawala, Vice President, Network Planning, Performance, and
Economic Analysis, Lucent Technologies, and closed with a moderated Q&A session on the gaps in the
current approaches that need to be addressed with greater focus and priority.
Presenters Bio:
Dr. Rati Thanawala is Network Planning, Performance, and Economic Analysis Vice President at Bell
Laboratories, Lucent Technologies. Her organization of Bell Labs scientists and engineers works with
operators in the communications industry worldwide, and the U.S. Government, supporting advanced
technology planning for evolution to Next Generation Networks. The work includes end-to-end architecture,
technology selection, network modeling and network design, performance/reliability and operations systems
engineering, and business cases for customers and product managers evaluating product and network
evolution scenarios. Rati is also a member of the Homeland Security Standards Panel created by the
Department of Homeland Security in cooperation with the American National Standards Institute to align the
cutting-edge efforts of the standards community with urgent national priorities of homeland security.
Rati joined Bell Labs in 1977 as a Member of Technical Staff, she holds a BS in Mathematics from Lucknow University,
India and a Masters and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Yale University. She attended the Program for Management
Development at Harvard University. Rati represents the U. S. on the International Scientific Committee for Networks,
which supports the advancement of the network planning discipline worldwide through contributions from research and
industry organizations.
Kathleen M. Flood is a Lead Information Security Engineer with the MITRE Corporation, where she delivers
security analysis and engineering support to Tactical Army Security and Homeland Security projects. She has
over 20 years of information technology experience during which she has provided her expertise in the areas
of software, network, and security engineering to a wide range of defense contractors, government agencies,
and Fortune 100 commercial customers. Kathleen earned a B.S. in Computer Science from New York Institute
of Technology.
Andrew R. McGee is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff in the Advanced Network Planning
Department at Bell Labs in Holmdel, NJ. Mr. McGee has 20+ years of data
communications experience and is currently responsible for the development and
analysis of Advanced Security Architectures and Security Services for Next
Generation Networks. Mr. McGee's research interests include data network
architectures and virtual private networking technologies, and he holds a patent in the
area of data networking. Mr. McGee received a B.S. degree from Michigan State
University in East Lansing, and an M.S. degree from Rutgers University in New
Jersey, both in Computer Science.
Dr. Kenneth C. Budka is a Technical Manager at Lucent Technologies’ Bell Labs in Holmdel, New Jersey
working on applying commercial 3rd Generation wireless technologies to enhance public safety and homeland
security. Dr. Budka’s work in wireless communications systems with the introduction of Cellular Digital Packet
Data, one of the first commercial wireless data services used by first responders. Since then, Dr. Budka has
worked on a wide spectrum of problems arising in cellular voice and data systems. He has developed
techniques to enhance the capacity and performance of commercial wireless systems including design of
resource allocation, link adaptation, power control algorithms and control features for mobile voice and data
network products - cdma2000, GSM, GPRS, EGPRS, and CDPD.
Dr. Budka received the B.S.E.E. degree summa cum laude from Union College, Schenectady, New York and
the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Engineering Science from Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. He
holds six patents with 16 pending, and is a Senior Member of the IEEE.
Dr. James E. Soos is a RDECOM HLS Science Advisor, he has broad responsibilities with respect to transfer
of HLS relevant technologies. His functions include working with representatives of private companies,
academia and state or local governments to solve technically challenging HLS problems to include
Cooperative Research and Development Agreements, Educational Partnerships, and the development of
appropriate consortia and regional alliances.
As Director, Information Systems Integration Office (ISIO), Dr. Soos managed the functions of the Special
Project Office for digitization, as well as coordinating Digital Integration Lab (DIL) projects and projects
conducted within the new RDEC Integration Facility. ISIO functions are closely associated with the Army
Systems Engineering Office (ASEO) to ensure that Force XXI and Army 2010 elements are fully interoperable
and compliant with the JTA-A.
He was a Chief, Special Projects Office for Battlefield Digitization, an Associate Director for Command and Control, and
Deputy Director for Information Management for the Center for C3 Systems. Dr. Soos holds a Bachelor and Master
degrees from Rutgers University and is an Honors graduate with a Doctorate from Temple University.
Tutorial 9 (T9): “Policy-Based Network Management”
Date: October 18, 2005 (Tuesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Location: Room 417
Presented by: Dr. Ritu Chadha, Telcordia Technologies
ABSTRACT
Current network management systems lack the ability to state long-term, network-wide configuration
objectives, and have them automatically realized in the network. A policy-based network management system
allows the network operator to enter objectives as policies into the management system, and ensures
automatic enforcement of these policies so that no further manual action is required on the part of the network
operator.
Another aspect that has not been adequately addressed by currently available commercial network
management systems is the feedback loop between configuration and fault/performance management. Many
fault and performance problems can be handled by network reconfiguration. For example, if a network link is
severely congested, it may be possible to alleviate the problem by sharing the traffic load with another underutilized link. This can be accomplished simply by appropriately reconfiguring the network. Today, this is done
manually by experienced network operators who examine outputs from fault and performance management
systems and decide on how to appropriately reconfigure the network. In order to reduce the cost of network
operations, it is necessary to take the human out of the loop by creating a feedback loop between
fault/performance monitoring systems and configuration systems, and by specifying policies that regulate how
the system should be reconfigured in response to various network events. A management system using
policy-based control can be used complete the feedback loop between network monitoring and network reconfiguration. Since a coordinated response is required to deal with a variety of events being generated both
within and from outside the network, there is a need to be able to specify and store policies about the
appropriate responses to events in the management system. The management system must be able to
automatically react to network events by performing actions described in such policies. These policies can be
created ahead of time by the network planner; once they are created and stored as part of the management
system, the latter can automatically enforce these policies. This takes the human out of the loop and allows
nearly fully automated network management.
This tutorial will discuss the above management challenges by providing an in-depth discussion of policybased network management. The audience will gain an understanding of how policy-based management can
solve very real network management problems. The tutorial will cover the following topics:
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Introduction to Policy-Based Management: This section will provide an introduction to the IETF Policy
Framework and will provide a description of the related policy information models.
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Use of policy-based management for managing IP networks: This section will provide a detailed
overview of how policy-based management can be used for managing IP networks. The complexities of
managing a large IP network pose some unique problems which can be addressed by the appropriate use
of policies to describe high-level mission goals. These high-level policies are then automatically translated
into the appropriate configuration commands that implement the required mission goals in the network.
This part of the tutorial will describe an extensible architecture of a policy-based system that provides these
capabilities.
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Management issues for ad hoc networks: This section will present an in-depth discussion of network
management issues for ad hoc networks. The restrictions imposed on network management by the
dynamic topology and low bandwidth, high loss environment that is typical of ad hoc networks will be
described and policy-based solutions that address these restrictions will be presented.
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Usage Scenarios: In this section, a number of usage scenarios will be provided that describe practical
examples of management issues that arise in ad hoc networks and show how these issues can be
addressed by the use of the policy-based management framework introduced earlier in this tutorial.
Biography of speaker
Dr. Ritu Chadha is Chief Scientist and Director of the Policy Management research group in Applied Research
at Telcordia Technologies, where she has been working since 1992. She is currently the program manager for
the CERDEC DRAMA (Dynamic Re-Addressing and Management for the Army) project, which is a 5-year
Science and Technology Objective (STO) focused on the design, prototyping, and field demonstration of a
policy-based network management system for mobile ad hoc networks. She is also the Chief Engineer for
Telcordia's Future Combat Systems (FCS) Network Management System subcontract with Northrop
Grumman. Dr. Chadha is an active participant in standards bodies such as the IETF. She has presented
tutorials and invited speeches at several industry conferences and has published over 30 refereed papers in
journals and conferences. She has presented tutorials and invited speeches at several industry conferences.
Dr. Chadha received her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in
1991. Her research interests include policy-based management, network and service management for IPbased networks, ad hoc networking, directory-based management systems, and automated reasoning.
Tutorial 10 (T10): “Cross-Layer Design for Applications-Specific Large-Scale Sensor Networks”
Date: October 18, 2005 (Tuesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Location: Room 416
Presented by: Dr. Lang Tong, Cornell University, and Dr. Qing Zhao, University of California
Motivation Contemporary network science focuses primarily on the general, not the application
specific. It is then only natural that the prevailing approach to networking is a modular and layered
approach, not an integrated approach. For example, the role of signal processing has been relegated
to the two ends of the protocol stack: establishing and maintaining links at the physical layer and
encoding and representing source information at the application layer. Such a layered strategy is one
of the reasons that has led to the phenomenal success of the Internet and the cellular network.
In this tutorial, we offer viewpoints that classical methodologies developed for general purpose
data networks, ad hoc or cellular, are not adequate for application-specific sensor networks; what has
been fundamental to the success of the Internet – the layered architecture and design – may in fact
be a hindrance to efficiency for application-specific networks.
Take, for example, a large-scale sensor network with thousands of nodes randomly deployed
for environmental monitoring. The fact that the entire network collectively performs certain tasks,
many of which are signal processing in nature, makes it difficult, both conceptually and in practice, to
follow a layered design paradigm. For such applications, signal processing is woven in all aspects of
network design, from sensing to transmission, from medium access that governs information retrieval
to distributed processing; given constraints on battery power, even the hardware implementations of
the algorithms become critical.
Theme and Topic This tutorial provides perspectives on different aspects of cross-layer design for
large sensor networks: ranging from PHY-MAC interaction, data-centric medium access, opportunistic
transmission, joint MAC-routing design, to network monitoring and maintenance. The underlying
theme is to discuss how a principled integrated design can lead to more efficient and fair use of
limited resources, to demonstrated that capturing dependencies among network layers,
predominantly the PHY-MAC-NET layers, offers design choices leading to improved performance.
It is our hope that this tutorial will serve as an initial reference, a brief stop in a tour filled with
promises as well as unknowns. To many researchers, cross-layer design means more than clever
choices of interfaces between two adjacent layers of the open systems interconnection (OSI)
architecture or simple layer compaction. For emerging applications such as large sensor networks,
cross-layer design may imply a redefinition of layers and reorganization of the network architecture.
While we recognize that cross-layer design emerges as a promising methodology especially
for noncellular networks, we are also mindful of the clear tension between modularity or form and
function and that unbridled integration could lead to complicated designs. Integrated design could
easily lead to unintended consequences; it could lead to oscillatory behavior and instability as
coupled layers continually adapt to changes in each other's parameters. However, given the
challenges of enormous network size, stringent energy constraint, difficult channel conditions, and
variable data modalities, a cross-layer approach to wireless sensor networks deserves attention and
effort.
Biographic Sketch of the Speakers
Lang Tong
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
384 Frank H.T. Rhodes Hall
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
Email: [email protected]
URL: http://people.ece.cornell.edu/ltong
Tel: 607-255-3900,
Fax: 607-255-9072
Education: Professor Tong received the B.E. degree from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in
1985, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering in 1987 and 1990, respectively, from the
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, ndiana. He was a Postdoctoral Research A±liate at the
Information Systems Laboratory, Stanford University in 1991.
Appointments: Since 1998, Prof. Tong has been with the School of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Cornell University, where he is now a Professor. Prior to his joining Cornell, he was on
faculty at the University of Connecticut at Storrs and the West Virginia University. He also held shortterm visiting position at Stanford University and was the 2001 Cor Wit Professor at Delft University of
Technology.
Honors and Awards Professor Tong is a Fellow of IEEE. He received 1993 Outstanding Young
Author Award from the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, and the 2004 IEEE Signal Processing
Best Paper Award (with M. Dong). He also received the 1996 ONR Young Investigator Award.
Synergistic Activities Prof. Tong was an elected member of the technical committee on signal
processing for communication in the IEEE Signal Processing Society. He is an Associate Editor for
the IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, and IEEE Signal Processing Letters, a co-editor (with G.
Giannakis, P. Stoica, Y. Hua) of Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications and (with
H. V. Poor) Signal Processing for Wireless Communications Systems. He was co-Guest Editor (with
R. Liu) for the special issue in Blind Identi¯cation and Estimation of the IEEE Proceedings, and (with
A. Swami) for the special issue on Cross Layer Design of Ad Hoc Networks in IEEE Signal
Processing Magazine. He is a member of the Sensor Array and Multichannel technical committee of
the IEEE Signal Processing Society. He served as a co-chair for the NSF/ONR workshop on Cross
Layer Design in Adaptive Ad Hoc Networks in 2001, the NSF/ONR/ARL workshop on Future
Challenges of Signal Processing and Communications in Wireless Networks in 2002 and the
ONR/ARL Workshop on Sensor Networks in 2003.
Qing Zhao
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
3165 Kemper Hall University of California, Davis,
CA 95616
Email: [email protected]
URL: http://www.ece.ucdavis.edu/»qzhao/
Tel: 530-752-7390, Fax: 530-752-8428
Education: Professor Zhao received the B.S. degree in 1994 from Sichuan University, Chengdu,
China, the M.S. degree in 1997 from Fudan University, Shanghai, China, and the Ph.D. degree in
2001 from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, all in Electrical Engineering.
Appointments: From 2001 to 2003, Professor Zhao was a communication system engineer with
Aware, Inc., Bedford, MA. She returned to academe in
2003 as a postdoctoral research associate with the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at
Cornell University. In 2004, she joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UC
Davis where she is currently an assistant professor.
Honors and Awards Professor Zhao received the IEEE Signal Processing Society Young Author
Best Paper Award in 2001.
Synergistic Activities Professor Zhao is the publication chair for the 2005 IEEE Workshop on
Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications. She also serves as a TPC member for the
2005 International Conference on Communications, Circuits and Systems and the 2006 IEEE Radio
and Wireless Symposium. She co-organized and co-chaired special sessions on the topics of sensor
networks and energy constrained networking at ICASSP 2004, MILCOM 2004, ICASSP 2005, and
MILCOM 2005. She was also the speaker for a tutorial on Signal Processing for Random Access in
Wireless Networks: A Cross-Layer Approach at WCNC 2004.
Tutorial 11 (T11): “Nanotechnology for the Terabit Communications Network”
Date: October 18, 2005 (Tuesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Location: Room 419
Presented by: Dr. David Bishop, Lucent Technologies
*Note: This tutorial is repeated again during the Wednesday Tutorials Session
Nanotechnology is a developing field that is beginning to impact almost every area of science and
technology. In areas as diverse as automotive, aeronautical, aerospace, entertainment, wireless
communications, chemistry and lightwave systems, nanotechnology solutions are becoming the
solution of choice for solving many problems. The ability to build devices that are small, cheap, fast
and can be integrated with on chip electronics is proving to be crucial in many areas. Despite the
significant promise in many other areas, one of the most important applications will be in the area of
communications networks. In my talk I will discuss what the nanotechnology solutions are, how they
are built and describe some of the many applications in using them to build a terabit communications
network.
Tutorial 12 (T12): “Network Security: Traffic Analysis for Detecting Computer Intrusions and
Viruses/Worms”
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Location: Room 417
Presented by: Dr. Thomas Chen, Southern Methodist University
ABSTRACT
This half-day tutorial will give an overview of how traffic data is collected and analyzed to detect attacks
directed against specific computer targets and large-scale virus/worm attacks (against the general Internet
population). The tutorial is organized into two major parts. The first part deals with directed attacks that aim to
compromise the security of specific computer targets. We describe the two basic steps in directed attacks:
scanning for vulnerabilities and exploit attack. This is essential background to understand how attack traffic is
different from normal traffic. Next, we describe how traffic data is monitored and collected from various points
in the network, including sniffers, routers, firewalls, honeypots, and intrusion detection systems. We review
methods to analyze the traffic data to detect signs of computer intrusions. The two basic approaches of misuse
detection and anomaly detection are explained.
The second part of the tutorial deals with virus and worm attacks which are not directed at specific targets.
They are undirected large-scale attacks with the goal of compromising as many computers as quickly as
possible. Their self-replicating behavior and ability to carry malicious payloads make them a major threat to the
entire Internet. We give an overview of how virus and worm programs work to replicate and spread themselves
through a network. The limitations of current defenses (antivirus software, firewalls, intrusion detection
systems, access control lists) are explained. Finally, we describe methods designed for early worm detection
and warning.
Tutorial 13 (T13): “Nanotechnology for the Terabit Communications Network”
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Location: Room 419
Presented by: Dr. David Bishop, Lucent Technologies
*Note: This tutorial is a repeat of the Nanotechnology Tutorial held during the Tuesday Session.
ABSTRACT
Nanotechnology is a developing field that is beginning to impact almost every area of science and technology.
In areas as diverse as automotive, aeronautical, aerospace, entertainment, wireless communications,
chemistry and lightwave systems, nanotechnology solutions are becoming the solution of choice for solving
many problems. The ability to build devices that are small, cheap, fast and can be integrated with on chip
electronics is proving to be crucial in many areas. Despite the significant promise in many other areas, one of
the most important applications will be in the area of communications networks. In my talk I will discuss what
the nanotechnology solutions are, how they are built and describe some of the many applications in using them
to build a terabit communications network.
Tutorial 14 (T14): “Satellite-Based IP Networks for Mission Critical Applications”
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Location: Room 418
Presented by: Burt H. Liebowitz, Principal Engineer, The MITRE Corporation
SUMMARY
Satellites provide a convenient way to create communication networks for hard-to-reach regions of
the world. Satellites are particularly useful for military missions, in which Internet Protocols (IP)
provide the basis for integrating voice, video and data into a single, cost-effective network. However
there are issues. Satellite delay and bit errors can impact performance; there are choices regarding
earth stations; satellite links must be integrated with terrestrial networks; space segment is expensive;
security is a concern; quality of service must be provided. This three-hour tutorial will help participants
understand the technology needed to resolve these issues.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineers and managers who wish to gain a better understanding of how to specify and deploy
satellite-based, IP networks in mission-critical environments.
COURSE OUTLINE
Hybrid Satellite and Terrestrial networks
Overview of end to end networks incorporating satellites, wide area networks (WAN) such as the GIG, local area networks
(LAN), and mobile networks. Introduction to:
Communication Satellite Technology: LEOs, MEOs and GEOs. Converting bandwidth
(Megahertz) to data channels (bits per second). Satellite coverage area, frequency bands, impact
of rain.
• Packet-Based Data Networking: Seven-Layer Model (ISO). Layer 2 Networks such as Frame
Relay, ATM, Aloha, Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB), and Ethernet.
The Internet and its Protocols
Higher layer networks using IP protocols. Routing between and within networks. Use of the
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) for reliable file transfer. Impact of bit errors and propagation
delay on TCP-based applications. User Datagram Protocol (UDP) for IP multicasting, voice
transmission (VOIP) and video streams. Introduction to Intranets, which are private networks that use
IP protocols.
Satellite Data Networking Architectures
Ground station architectures for data networking. Shared outbound carriers incorporating Frame
Relay, DVB. Dynamically shared return channels: SCPC DAMA, TDMA/DAMA. Full mesh network
technology, impact of mobile terminals.
Quality of Service (QoS) Issues in Intranets
Definition of quality factors for streams and files. Performance of voice and video in IP networks.
Methods for improving QoS in Intranets, including differentiated services, caching and TCP protocol
enhancement. Security issues and their impact on QoS.
•
Examples of Mission-Critical Systems
A View of the Future
Next generation military and commercial satellites. Impact of on-board processing. What’s ahead in
low -cost ground station technology.
INSTRUCTOR
Burt H. Liebowitz is Principal Network Engineer at the MITRE Corporation, McLean, Virginia,
specializing in the analysis of satellite services. He has more than 30 years experience in computer
networking, the last seven of which have focused on Internet-over-satellite services. He was
President of NetSat Express Inc., a leading provider of such services and before that was CTO for
Loral Orion, responsible for Internet-over-satellite access products. Mr. Liebowitz has authored two
books on distributed processing and numerous articles on computing and communications systems
and has lectured extensively on satellite networking. He holds three patents for a satellite-based data
networking systems. Mr. Liebowitz has B.E.E. and M.S. in Mathematics degrees from Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute, and an M.S.E.E. from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
Tutorial 15 (T15): “Introduction to Cognitive Information Fusion and Operational Situation
Management”
Date: October 19, 2005 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 pm
Location: Room 416
Presented by: Dr. Gabriel Jakobson, Altusys Corporation
Abstract
According to modern US defense doctrine, the future war is characterized by high mobility of troops and
weapon systems, increasing operational tempo, and very often by unpredictable operational situations. As a
result of that the military commanders require effective battlespace situation awareness. Further, they need
battle management decision awareness, including the command options that they have in order to complete a
mission in a particular situation.
As a rule, the management of battlespace operational situations often involves a large number of dynamic
objects that change their states in time and space, and engage each other into fairly complex spatio-temporal
relations. From the management viewpoint it is important to fuse information from multiple information sources,
understand operational situations, recognize emerging trends and potential threats, and undertake actions that
lead to predefined goal situations.
The focus of this tutorial is on methods of cognitive information fusion and operational situation awareness
applied to the tasks of management of dynamic networks and systems. In recent years several important types
of dynamic networks and systems have been introduced for industrial and defense applications, including
mobile ad hoc networks, wireless sensor networks; mobile emergency, rescue, and disaster relief networks;
and defense battlefield networks. Important new factors are associated with the modeling and operational
support of those networks, including high mobility of the nodes, often low-granularity of nodes and large-scale
distribution of them, unpredictable changes in the system topology, changes in the functional role and authority
of the nodes, and increased sophistication in interaction between the nodes.
Modeling and management of the dynamic systems mentioned above requires significant
advancement in the methods widely used for traditional telecommunication and enterprise networks.
This tutorial gives a brief overview of the type of the dynamic networks and systems, their
management requirements, and presents the technological solutions to support cognitive information
fusion and operational situation awareness. This is an introductory tutorial, however several novel
management models and technological solutions will be described in sufficient depth to lead the
students to practical engineering methods and tools.
The first section of the tutorial gives introductory notions of cognitive information fusion and operational
situation management. The second section illustrates the dynamic systems and their real-time operations
management discussing traditional telecom and enterprise networks, mobile ad hoc networks, wireless sensor
networks, and defense tactical networks. The third section introduces the basic elements of the formal
framework of events, situations, situation awareness, decision awareness and ontology for situation
management. The fourth section gives examples of situation awareness, including battlespace situation
awareness and threat analysis, network surveillance and fault management, and enterprise intrusion detection.
The fifth section describes the core technologies of building situation aware systems, including cognitive
information fusion, real-time event correlation, case-based reasoning, ontology-based situation management,
and system topology modeling. The sixth section presents the architecture and design of situation
management systems based on distributed agents. The last two sections discuss some advanced topics of
situation management and outline future research and development directions.
Instructor’s Biography
Dr. Gabriel Jakobson is the Chief Scientist at Altusys Corp., a consulting firm in advanced IT technologies for
telecommunication, enterprise network, homeland security, and defense applications. During his more than 20
years tenure at Verizon (formerly GTE) he had increasing responsibilities of leading advanced information
technology and telecommunication network operations support programs. Prior to that he was Senior
Research Scientist at the Institute of Cybernetics, Tallinn, Estonia, and Professor of Computer Science at
Tallinn Technical University, Estonia.
Dr. Jakobson has authored or co-authored more than 70 technical publications and has awarded 2 US patents
on innovative real-time event correlation methods. He has given invited presentations in different organizations
like Bell Laboratories, Royal Technical University, Stockholm, Sweden; NRC, NOKIA, Tampere, Finland; Italian
Telecom Laboratory, Turin, Italy.
He received his BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Tallinn Technical University, Estonia,
and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Institute of Cybernetics, Estonia. As IEEE Senior Member Dr
Jakobson has served in the organizing committees of numerous US and international conferences. He is the
co-chair of the workshop SIMA 2005 on situation management to be held in-conjunction with MILCOM 2005,
General Chair of EntNet @ SUPERCOMM 2005, and chair of the panel on Semantic Models of Cognitive
Information Fusion and Situation Management at KIMAS 2005.
CLASSIFIED PROGRAM
SESSION AND PAPER LOCATOR
AM Sessions:
Paper 1:
9:30AM – 9:55AM
Paper 2:
9:55AM – 10:20AM
Paper 3: 10:20AM – 10:45AM
BREAK:
AVAILABLE
Paper 4:
10:45AM – 11:10AM
Paper 5:
11:10AM – 11:35AM
PM Sessions:
Paper 1:
3:00PM – 3:25PM
Paper 2:
3:25PM – 3:50PM
Paper 3:
3:50PM – 4:15PM
BREAK:
AVAILABLE
Paper 4:
4:15PM – 4:40PM
Paper 5:
4:40PM – 5:05 PM
CS01 – C4 Network Management
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:30AM – 11:35AM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Richard Lo, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
ISR Communications Requirements
Rosie Bauer & Thomas Rittenbach
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Daniel Hampel
Booz Allen Hamilton
Opportunistic Airborne Relay for MANET
Joseph Suprenant, Robert Husnay, CPT Mark Saeger & LT Robert Patton
AFRL, Information Directorate
An Anti Tamper Design Method Using a Matrix Approach
Charles Henter
L-3 Communications
Hierarchical Network Management for Tactical Environments
Hesham El-Damhougy, Homayoun Yousefizadeh, David Lofquist, Ronald Sackman & Jerry Crowley
The Boeing Co.
Electronic Key Management System
Edward Kierman
US Army CERDEC, Software Engineering Dirctorate
CS03 – Wireless Communication
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:30AM – 11:35AM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Dominic Satili, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
Performance and Security comparison of SecNet11 and 802.11b Wireless Technologies
David Rohret
Joint Information Operations Center (JIOC) Information Warfare Analysis Division
Improving Network Performance Using Multi-Criteria Routing for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
Amit Patel
ITT Industries, Aerospace & Communications Division
Network Modeling of a Multithreaded Information Management System - Information Management, Simulation, Ad Hoc
Wireless - Concurrent Processes, Event-Driven Simulation, Middleware
Benjamin Epstein
Op Coast
Dana Carberry & Kawaldeep Chadha
General Dynamics
SRW Implementation for the NLOS-LS Domain
KB Patel
ITT Industries, Aerospace & Communications Division
Tactical Combat Connectivity System (TCCS)
Thomas Seay
DIBRITOM Corporation
CS04 – Electronic Warfare - SIGINT
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: Time: 3:00PM - 5:05PM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Adam Bogner, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
Future Technology Challenges
David Potter
US Army CERDEC, Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate
A wave effect enabling monostatic passive radar, incoherent aperture synthesis, and immunity to jamming and
interference
V. Guruprasad
Inspired Research
Performance Analysis and Statistical Tests of a COTS Automated Modulation Classifier for Military Electronic Warfare
Systems
Dr. Wei Su
US Army CERDEC, Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate
New Techniques for Interpreting and Collecting V/UHF Voice Communications
Jerry Stone
Agilent Technologies, Inc.
CS05 – IED Technologies and Countermeasures
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: Time: 3:00PM - 5:05PM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Elham Salari, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
Detection of IEDs/Mines using Forward-Looking Ground Penetrating Radar and Infrared
Kelly Sherbondy
US Army CERDEC, Night Vision & electronic Sensors Directorate
Optimized Jamming Techniques for Common Communication
Eric Lentz
Syracuse Research Corp
Elham Salari
US Army CERDEC, Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate
Detection Techniques to Support Current Operations
Dr. Robert Pastore, Moses Mingle & Kevin Boyle
US Army CERDEC, Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate
Neutralization Techniques to Support Current Operations.
Dr. Robert Pastore, Moses Mingle & Kevin Boyle
US Army CERDEC, Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate
I2WD IED Characterization
Bing Mak & Greg Kubiak
US Army CERDEC, Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate
CS06 – Information Operations/Electronic Attack
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: Time: 3:00PM - 5:05PM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Giorgio Bertoli, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Networked Sensors for the Future Force (NSfFF) Advanced Technology Demonstration – Preliminary Results from
Technical Testing and User Evaluation
Mr. Gene Klager
CERDEC Night Vision & Electronic Sensors Directorate
Networked Sensors for the Future Force (NSFF) Advanced Technology Demonstraction (ATD) Communications System
Mr. Jay Nemeroff
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Communications Electronic Warfare Network Analyzer (CEWNA)
Dr. Patrick Honan
Digital Design Solutions
CEC Enabled ARSR-4 Surveillance Network Capability
Robert T. Healy, JR
Raytheon
Multimode Electronic Attach Mission
Mr. Paul Zablocky & Jon Smolensk
Booze Allen Hamilton & US Army CERDEC, Intelligence & Information Warfare
Directorate
CS07 – MILSATCOM
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:30AM – 11:35AM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Carl Swenseon, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC).
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC).
Downlink Acquisition for COTM Terminals
Navid Yazdani
Raytheon
Uplink Acquistion and Tracking Performance for a Communications On-The-Move (COTM) AEHF Satellite Terminal
Steven DeLisle, Andrea Malo & George Vachula
Raytheon
Warfighter SATCOM Utilization Beyond 2010 (Analysis of SATCOM for Future Forces)
Michael R. Moore
Oak Ridge National labs
Digital RF Linearizer for Improved Broadband Multi-Carrier Power Amplifiers
Richard Hitt & Adam Gerner
Hypress Inc & US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Multi-Vehicle Blockage Mitigation Techniques for On-The-Move Satellite Communications
Jack Wong, Steven Lescriner, Gerald Michael
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Thomas Hammel & Mark Rich
Fantastic Data
CS08 – Modeling, Simulation and Connectivity
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:30AM – 11:35AM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Monica Farah-Stapleton, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development
& Engineering Center (CERDEC).
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC).
Representation of Information Disseminiation and Implications to Connectivity
Russell Langan
US Army CERDEC
3ID Analyses Observations
Kristen Giammarco
US Army CERDEC
Tactical Data Collection for Network of Network Representations in M&S Analyses
Erica Lindy & Saurabh Date
MITRE & OPNET
Modeling of the SLICE NLOS-LS Radio Network
Y. J. Liu
ITT Aerospace & Communications
Operational/Technical Network Requirements and M&S-Perfect Together
Dilip Kumar
The Boeing Co.
CS09 – Transformation in Communications Systems
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:30AM – 11:35AM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Thomas Rittenbach, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
Uplink Time Tracking for TSAT
Nancy List
Lincoln Labs
Evolutionary Implementation of Transformational Communications for Warfighters
Norman Jones
DISA
Powering the Dismounted Soldier in OIF/OEF
Steve Slane
US Army CERDEC, Command and Control Directorate
Using Ontologies to Formalize Warfighter Data Exchange
Judy Pinsky & Mike McMahon
US Army CE-LCMC, Software Engineering Center & CACI
Above 2GHz Waveform Portability - Architectural Considerations
George Vachula
Raytheon
CS10 – Antennas and Platforms
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: Time: 3:00PM - 5:05PM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Dr. Mahbub Hoque, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
Multi-Rate Signal Processing that enables Smart Antenna, Multi-Channel Communication, Wideband Intelligence
Gathering and Data Compression Systems
Rich Crowley & Karl Hinman
Raytheon
Co-site Interference Test for Multiple Antennas Placement on the Aviation Platforms
Brandon Underwood, Anthony Savino, Frank Cansler & Joseph Welch
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Tunable Antenna Study for Army Airborne Platforms
Anthony Savino & Brandon Underwood
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Antenna Optimization Analysis for SLAM RAAM Platform
Daniel Duvak & Waliul Mizan
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Antenna Placement Study for Stryker TACP Platform
Jeff Hoppe & Waliul Mizan
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
CS11 – Data Networks and Protocols
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: Time: 3:00PM - 5:05PM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Bob Both, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
JTRS Mobility in Tactical Military Environments
Eric Fleischman
The Boeing Co.
Bandwith Centric Engineering
Jeff Keehn, Gerry Michael, Seth Spoenlein & Aristides Staikos
US Army CERDEC, Space and Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Above 2GHz Communications System Modular Architecture Development Methodology
John Pehowich, David Henduy & George Vachula
Raytheon
TCP over AEHF
Navid Yazdani & Johan Kullstan
Raytheon
Radio Service Applications in SWAP Constrained Environment
Annamarie Miller, Byron Tarver and Mike LaMacchia
General Dynamics C4 Systems
CS12 – Communication Propagation
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: Time: 3:00PM - 5:05PM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Walt Lucchesi, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC).
Current Classification: US ONLY
Designing Portable Radio Software
Darryn Johnnie
Raytheon
Wideband Communications On-The-Move: Theory and Practice
David Cooper, George Horihan & Gary Lomp
BAE Systems
Applying Improved Taguchi Optimization to NLOS
Y. J. Liu & Chris Li
ITT, Aerospace and Communications Division
The High-Band Networking Waveform: A Directional Ad Hoc Networking Waveform for Battle-Command-On-The-Move in
WIN-T and Other Battle-Space Networks
Keith Olds
Harris Corp.
Compact Millimeter Wave Power Modules for High Data Rate Communications
Carter Armstrong, Richard Vaughan, Tom Schoemehl, Jim Taylor, John Kennedy, Ray Watkins, R. True
& D. Whaley
L-3 Communications
CS13 – Communications Vulnerability
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:30AM – 11:35AM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Lou Rodriquez, General Dynamics, C4S
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
Social Engineering the Network Security Analyst: An Advanced Study in Intrusion Detection System Evasion
Dr. Richard A. Raines, David J Chaboya, Rusty O. Baldwin & Barry E Mullins
Air Force Institute of Technology
The Heart of the Black Core and the Vulnerabilities of the GIG/JTRS/TSAT
Erik Mettala
Sparta
A Decision Support System (DSS) Based Methodology to Support the Engineering of a Network Centric Architectural
Solution
Walter Lucchesi
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
CS14 – Information Assurance/Information Security
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Time: 9:30AM – 11:35AM
Room: OFF-SITE ROOMS 113, 115 AND 131
Session Chair: Kevin Oakes, US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development &
Engineering Center (CERDEC)
Sponsored by: US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
(CERDEC)
Current Classification: US ONLY
GECKA – A Distributed Group Key Agreement Protocol\
Steve Lucas & Benjamin Yau
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Frank Geck, Kathleen McFarland, Robert Serenelli & Mike Straw
Key Way Security
Information Sharing Across Domains with Different Security Levels
George Barrett
JHU-APL
Loring Hosley & Jonathan Santos
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Kathleen McFarland
Key Way Security
Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS) Security Testing : A Systems - of - Systems Approach
Sam Nitzberg & John Skrletts
NetCentric Technologies, Inc.
Crypto Modernization: Issues and Impact to INFOSEC System Designers
Mike Kleidermacher
L-3 Communications
A Cooperative Intrusion Detection Architecture for MANET
Kashif Brown & Steve Lucas
US Army CERDEC, Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate
Greg Cirincaione - ARL
Dan Sterne - Sparta
Petros Mouchtaris - Telecordia
CLASSIFIED PROGRAM
PANEL LOCATOR
AM Classified Panels:
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
PM Classified Panels:
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Classified Panel CP1: C4ISR Network Solutions to Countering the Future Threat
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 9:30AM – 11:30AM
Room: OFF-SITE AUDITORIUM
Panel Chair: Mr. Gary Martin, Director, Communication and Electronic Research and
Development Center (CERDEC), US Army RDECOM
Panelists:
1. Mr. Eric Mettala, Sparta - Network Protection
2. Mr. Michael Zoltofsky, Executive Director of Research and Technical
Director, Tank and Automotive Research and Development center
(TARDEDC)
3. Dr. Richard Wittstruck, Chief Systems Engineer, Program Executive Office
– Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (PEO IEW&S) – Aircraft
Protection
4. Mr. Brad Blau, Global Information Grid
CP1 ABSTRACT
This panel will discuss how the Tactical Unit of the future will utilize the capabilities of the C4ISR
systems to support protection of ground and airborne platforms using the advanced sensors and
networks. The panel will discuss the advances made in active protection systems under development
in support of the future ground platforms and systems and technologies being developed to protect
rotary winged aircraft. The Network, or C4ISR systems, will provide significant enhancement to the
future forces ability to see first, act first and win decisively, however, in order to do so, the Network
must itself be secure from interruption or compromise by the adversary. The panel will also discuss
ongoing work to provide Information Assurance and protection of the Network.
Classified Panel CP2: Innovative Strategies and Technologies to Counter IEDs
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Room: OFF-SITE AUDITORIUM
Panel Chair: Mr. Jan Moren, Deputy Director, Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD),
Communication and Electronic Research and Development Center (CERDEC), US Army
RDECOM
Panelists:
1. Dr. Donald Reago, Deputy for Technology and Countermine Night Vision and
Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD), CERDEC, RDECOM - Change
Detection
2.
BG Joseph L. Votel, (USA), Director Joint IED Defeat Task Force (JIEDD TF) - IED
Task Force Update *(Invited)
3.
Mr. Chris O'Donnell, Navy Explosive Ordinance Detachment Technology Division
– Navy Perspective
4. Mr. Christian E. Keller – Acting Project Director Signals Warfare - PEO IEW&S
Perspective – PEO IEW&S Perspective
5. Mr. Raymond Irwin, I2WD, Principal Deputy for Systems Integration
CP2 ABSTRACT
The IED threat is a featured news presentation every day on television and in newsprint. This panel
will discuss the current IED threats coalition forces are encountering in OEF and OIF. The panelist
will present current technology initiatives to counter these devices. Discussions will cover multiservice programs underdevelopment and fielded to US forces. The panel members represent the
S&T and acquisition communities deeply involved in these efforts.
Classified Panel CP3: Challenges in OIF and OEF Dismounted Environment
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 9:30 PM – 11:30 PM
Room: OFF-SITE AUDITORIUM
Panel Chair: Mr. Gary Blohm, Director, Space and Terrestrial Communication Directorate, (S&TCD),
Communication and Electronic Research and Development Center (CERDEC), US Army
RDECOM
Panelists:
1. COL Ernest Forrest - TSM-Soldier
2. MG James Moran, (USA), US Army Program Executive Office Soldier
3. Mr. Phillip Brandler, NATIC
4. Mr. David Hansen, (USMC), US Marine Corp (USMC)
5. COL John Wilcox, Director, C4 Systems, SOCOM
CP3 ABSTRACT
In this panel, a group of senior military officials will discuss the lessons learned in executing military
communications in an OIF/OEF dismounted environment and outline some of the possible directions that they
could take to address such challenges.
Classified Panel CP4: Challenges of JTRS Development
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Time: 3:00PM – 5:00PM
Room: OFF-SITE AUDITORIUM
Panel Chair: CAPT Jarrett Mowery, Executive Assistant to PEO C4I and Space, JPEO JTRS
Panelists
1. MajGen Michael Peterson, (USAF), Director, Information, Services and Integration,
Secretary of the Air Force
2. MG Dennis Moran, (USA), Vice Director C4 Systems, J-6, Joint Chief of Staff
3. Mr. Roger Krone, Boeing, Senior VP, Army Systems, Integrated Defense Systems
4. Dr. Ron Jost, Deputy Assistant Secretaries of Defense for C3P&P&SP
5. LtCdr Jody Grady, (USN), N6/N7
6. Mr. Daniel Wolf, (NSA) National Security Agency, Director of Information Assurance
Directorate *(invited)
CP4 ABSTRACT
The Deputy Joint Program Executive Officer, Joint Tactical Radio System will chair a panel titled, Challenges
of JTRS Development: A Leadership Assessment. A cross section of leaders from the Services, Industry, DoD,
and NSA have been invited to share their perspective of the importance of mobile, ad hoc networking to
defense transformation, technical challenges of JTRS development to date and ideas on developing a
realistic/affordable plan to provide this capability to the Joint warfighter.

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