A Rapid Emergency Deployment mobile communication node.

Askoxylakis, I., Makrogiannakis, A., Miaoudakis, A., Papadakis, S., Petroulakis, N.E., Surligas, M., Traganitis, A. and Vervelakis, N., 2014. A Rapid Emergency Deployment mobile communication node. In: IEEE 19th International Workshop on Computer Aided Modeling and Design of Communication Links and Networks (CAMAD), 1-3 Dec 2014, Athens, Greece, 290 - 294.

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DOI: 10.1109/CAMAD.2014.7033252


In an Emergency and/or Crisis Situations (ECS) like earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, fires, terrorist attacks etc. the adequate operation of communication services is of extreme importance. History has shown that poor communication in such cases resulted in several casualties. In ECS fixed communication infrastructure might be unserviceable due to sustained damages. Evermore, the communication demand is highly increased in such cases resulting in poor quality of service as both civilians and authorities are trying to establish communications. In this paper, a Rapid Emergency Deployment mobile Communication (REDComm) node is presented. REDComm nodes include wireless communication technologies, to provide various telecommunication services in ECS and interoperability between them. It incorporates an 802.11a mesh cognitive radio technology that operates in the television broadcasting frequency bands to provide a backbone networking with increased range and flexibility. REDComm is constructed upon a trailer chassis able to minimize setup time, which is valuable in ECS. The presented platform is powered by a hybrid power source that combines thermal, solar and wind energy and eliminates the need for external power supply.

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