David Ripplinger
David Ripplinger
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Design considerations for next-generation airborne tactical networks
BN Cheng, FJ Block, BR Hamilton, D Ripplinger, C Timmerman, L Veytser, ...
IEEE Communications Magazine 52 (5), 138-145, 2014
Design considerations in applying disruption tolerant networking to tactical edge networks
R Amin, D Ripplinger, D Mehta, BN Cheng
IEEE Communications Magazine 53 (10), 32-38, 2015
Scheduling vs. Random Access in Frequency Hopped Airborne Networks
D Ripplinger, A Narula-Tam, K Szeto
IEEE Military Communications Conference, MILCOM 2012, 2012
A convex optimization approach to decentralized rate control in wireless networks with partial interference
L Wang, D Ripplinger, A Rai, S Warnick, D Zappala
49th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), 639-646, 2010
Performance evaluation of a disruption tolerant network proxy for tactical edge networks
S Moore, R Amin, D Ripplinger, D Mehta, BN Cheng
MILCOM 2016-2016 IEEE Military Communications Conference, 964-969, 2016
A high-fidelity statistical model of frequency hopping interference for fast simulation
D Ripplinger, BR Hamilton, G Kuperman
MILCOM 2015-2015 IEEE Military Communications Conference, 1667-1672, 2015
First-principles modeling of wireless networks for rate control
D Ripplinger, S Warnick, D Zappala
2011 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control …, 2011
Modeling wireless networks for rate control
DC Ripplinger
Brigham Young University, 2011
Backoff mechanisms in narrow band and spread spectrum aloha networks
D Ripplinger
Proceedings of the first ACM MobiHoc workshop on Airborne Networks and …, 2012
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