Intellectual selforganized radionetworks.
The theoretical basis for the construction of telecommunications radio networks which do not require fixed infrastructure and consist of fixed and mobile subscribers has been established. The main scope of the work lies in the use of knowledge processing technologies for resource management processes of radio models at different OSI layers, which will provide the ability to self-organizing as well as functioning in uncertain conditions. Proposed approach, combined with the unique properties of UWB signals, would improve the collective use of radio bandwidth, and to develop new methods of traffic management and routing methods of corresponding packets between subscribers. For the first time, it has been proposed to resolve the problem of efficient use of radio resource and increase the speed of information transmission by using ultra-wideband signals at physical layer. The assessment of energy carried by radio ultra-wideband signals are investigated principles of radio communication devices for pulsed UWB signals, as well as design features of networks, using tagged signals has been carried out. At the link level a number of methods and mathematical models of multi-access radio channel in the application of pulsed ultra-wideband signals have been suggested. At the network level of the OSI model different addressing schemes in networks with self-organization and proposed a number of routing methods, involving the formation of dynamic routing metrics are also invited to manage the topology of the network as part of the routing and intellectualize decision-making processes by routing have been considered. At the transport layer a new method of window flow control in radio networks with self-organization on the basis of neuro-fuzzy inference has been proposed. At the application layer of the OSI model radio resource management system with self-organization, which provides intellectualization process control radio network, which will provide the necessary quality of customer service radio network was developed.