The Space-Integrated Ground Information Intelligent Network traffic data
In the simulation experiment, OPNET simulation software was used to simulate the Space-Integrated Ground Information Intelligent Network environment to obtain the data. A satellite network composed of six satellites was used to simulate the data flow formed by the ground communication traffic through this network. The simulated time was one week and the traffic data information of a node was randomly collected for analysis and learning. The ground communication data is uploaded to the satellite network through the currently covered satellite nodes and sent to the receiving end through the network. The position of each satellite changes with time, and the traffic transmission is not stable to simulate the burst and periodicity of the traffic data in the intelligent network of the Space-Integrated Ground Information Intelligent Network. Simultaneously, we designed a ground network with the same number of communication nodes to simulate the data flow of ground nodes and collect their traffic data under the same conditions. We calculated the variances of the two networks to represent and compare their volatility.
This data set records a total of 10,000 streams of traffic data from one of the satellites over seven days and stores them as column vectors in a CSV file