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I. INTRODUCTION
A. OBJECTIVE
B. SCOPE
C. RESEARCH QUESTION
D. SECONDARY QUESTIONS
E. OUTLINE
F. CHAPTER ORGANIZATION
II. COASTS BACKGROUND
A. COASTS OVERVIEW
B. COASTS 2005
1. Network Topology
2. Balloon
3. Aerial Payloads
4. Aerial Node Lessons Learned
a. Balloon Lessons Learned
Figure 5. COASTS 2006 Balloon
b. Payload Lessons Learned
Figure 6. COASTS 2006 IEEE 802.11 AP
C. COASTS 2006 AERIAL PAYLOAD SOLUTION
1. Equipment
Figure 8. Ultralife UBI-2590 Battery
2. Design
Figure 17. UBI-2590 Battery secured on sling
3. Initial Implementation Results
III. THE TACTICAL IEEE 802.11 NETWORK
A. COASTS 2005 IEEE 802.11 NETWORK
Figure 28. COASTS 2005 Antennas (From Lee 38)
2. COASTS 2005 IEEE 802.11 Lessons Learned
B. COASTS 2006 IEEE 802.11 NETWORK
1. Topology
Figure 31. View of COASTS 2006 802.11 Topology
2. Equipment
IV. COASTS 2006 FIELD EXPERIMENTS
A. BACKGROUND
B. PRE THAILAND FIELD EXPERIMENTS
1. Method
2. Physical Configuration of Tests
4. Ft Ord Field Experiment
5. Ft Hunter Ligget
2. Test Results
V. CONCLUSION
B. FUTURE WORK
LIST OF REFERENCES
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Optimum Antenna Configuration... (Thesis) by Robert Lee Lounsbury, Jr., Naval Postgraduate School, 09-2007.

Optimum Antenna Configuration... (Thesis) by Robert Lee Lounsbury, Jr., Naval Postgraduate School, 09-2007.

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Optimum Antenna Configuration for Maximizing Access Point Range of an IEEE 802.11 Wireless Mesh Network in Support of Multi-mission Operations Relative to Hastily Formed Scalable Deployments by Robert Lee Lounsbury, Jr., Naval Postgraduate School, 09-2007. Source: Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, CA, The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC®). www.dtic.mil.
Optimum Antenna Configuration for Maximizing Access Point Range of an IEEE 802.11 Wireless Mesh Network in Support of Multi-mission Operations Relative to Hastily Formed Scalable Deployments by Robert Lee Lounsbury, Jr., Naval Postgraduate School, 09-2007. Source: Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, CA, The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC®). www.dtic.mil.

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