MAIN REQUIREMENTS TO WIRELESS COMMUNICATION CHANNELS OF MILITARY GROUND ROBOTIC COMPLEXES

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MAIN REQUIREMENTS TO WIRELESS COMMUNICATION CHANNELS OF MILITARY GROUND ROBOTIC COMPLEXES

E.A. Antokhin
Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation - Main Robotics Research and Test Center, Head of Research Department of the test, 5, Seregina ul. pr., Moscow, 125167, Russia, tel.: +7(962)984-65-17, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

N.N. Panasenko
PhD in Technical Sciences, Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation - Main Robotics Research and Test Center, Research Scientist, 5, Seregina ul. pr., Moscow, 125167, Russia, tel.: +7(962)984-65-17, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

A.D. Chernova
Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation - Main Robotics Research and Test Center, Research Scientist, 5, Seregina ul. pr., Moscow, 125167, Russia, tel.: +7(962)984-65-17, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Received 27 October 2017.

Abstract
List of basic requirements to wireless communication lines of the military ground robotic complexes is suggested. Main disadvantages of open communication standards imposing restrictions on their use during development of robotic models of weapons and military equipment are defined.

Key words
Military ground robotic complex; wireless channels of control and data transfer; list of requirements to the wireless communication channels; open communication standards.

Bibliographic description 
Antokhin, E., Panasenko, N. and Chernova, A. (2017). Main requirements to wireless communication channels of military ground robotic complexes. Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, 4(17), pp.10-14.

UDC identifier
623.4.023.47:007.52

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