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Towards all-IP wireless networks: architectures and resource management mechanism

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Towards all-IP wireless networks: architectures and resource management mechanism
Future wireless Internet will consist of different wireless technologies that should operate together in an efficient way to provide seamless connectivity to mobile users. The integration of different networks and technologies is a challenging problem mainly because of the heterogeneity in access technologies, network architectures, protocols and service demands. First, this paper discusses three alternative architectures for an all-IP network integrating different wireless technologies using IP and its associated service models. The first architecture, called ISB, is based on a combination of DiffServ and IntServ models appropriate for low-bandwidth 3G cellular networks with significant resource management capabilities. The second architecture, called DSB, is purely based on the DiffServ model targeted for high-bandwidth wireless LANs with little resource management capabilities. The last architecture, called AIP, combines ISB and DSB architectures to facilitate the integration of...
Majid Ghaderi, Raouf Boutaba
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IJWMC
Authors Majid Ghaderi, Raouf Boutaba
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