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Using IP as Transport Technology in Third Generation and Beyond Radio Access Networks

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Using IP as Transport Technology in Third Generation and Beyond Radio Access Networks
Abstract. This paper discusses the motivation for developing a new QoS signaling protocol for IP-based Radio Access Networks. It describes the main characteristics of these networks and the special requirements imposed by these characteristics on QoS signaling solutions. 1 Introducing IP Transport in Radio Access Networks: Motivation Due to its flexibility and cost efficiency, IP transport is gradually introduced in different parts of third generation and beyond cellular networks, including their Radio Access Network (RAN).
Attila Báder, Lars Westberg, Georgios Karag
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where IWQOS
Authors Attila Báder, Lars Westberg, Georgios Karagiannis
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