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John, G. (2015) Welcome to the Space Jam: How United States Regulators Should Govern Google and Facebook’s New Internet-Providing High Altitude Platforms. American University Business Law Review, 4, 471-503.

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  • TITLE: Drone Based Wireless Mesh Network for Disaster/Military Environment

    AUTHORS: Gudi Siva Leela Krishna Chand, Manhee Lee, Soo Young Shin

    KEYWORDS: Drone, Wireless Mesh Network (WMN), Wi-Fi

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Computer and Communications, Vol.6 No.4, April 26, 2018

    ABSTRACT: In recent years, researches of disseminating wireless network have been conducted for areas without network infrastructure such as disaster situation or military disputes. However, conventional method was to provide a communication infrastructure by floating large aircraft as UAV or hot-air balloon in the high air. Therefore, it was difficult to utilize previous method because it requires a lot of time and cost. But it is possible to save money and time by using a drone which is already used in many areas as a small UAV. In this paper, we design a drone that can provide wireless infrastructure using high speed Wi-Fi. After reaching the target area, the drone can provide Wi-Fi using wireless mesh network and transmit the situation of local area through attached camera. And the transmitted videos can be monitored in the control center or cell phone through application in real time. The proposed scheme provides wireless communication of up to 160 Mbps in a coverage of about 200 m and video transmission with a coverage of about 120 m, respectively.