Mobile Internet: Enabling Technologies and Services

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Overview

Consumers want it, businesses are demanding it. The migration of Internet services to a mobile environment is inevitable. But while the ability to be on the go and connected to the Internet sets the stage for increased efficiency and productivity, many technical challenges associated with user mobility and wireless connectivity remain.

Mobile Internet: Enabling Technologies and Services addresses these challenges and thoroughly examines the cutting-edge technologies designed to meet them. Eminent academic and industry professionals explain the mobile and wireless network technologies that make mobile connectivity possible, including their respective characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages. Much of the book focuses on the mobility management techniques so necessary when the point of network attachment can change constantly. Macro-mobility and micro-mobility management protocols receive extensive attention, as do security concerns. Other key topics include interworking between WLAN and cellular networks, Internet access over WLANs, over GPRS and over satellites, multicasting, quality-of-service provisions, header compression schemes, and the problems inherent in video streaming over wireless IP networks.

Little on our technological horizon is as certain or holds as much promise as the mobile Internet. This book offers a unique opportunity to become thoroughly acquainted with its context, services, and technologies.

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Table of Contents

Introduction, Apostolis K. Salkintzis
Key Aspects of the Evolution toward the Mobile Internet
Key Players in the Evolution Towards the Mobile Internet
Concluding Remarks

Internet Access over Wireless LANs, Nikos Passas
Introduction
WLANs Basics
IP Quality of Service over WLANs
Micro-mobility in WLANs
QoS During Handovers in WLANs
IP Security over WLANs
References

Internet Access over GPRS, Apostolis K. Salkintzis
Introduction
GPRS Overview
Setting Up PDP Contexts
Routing and Tunneling
Mobility Handling
Summary

Internet Access over Satellites, Antonio Iera, Antonella Molinero
Introduction
The Integrated Satellite-terrestrial Platform for Next Generation Systems
Interconnecting Terrestrial and Satellite IP Segments: Enabling Technologies
Implementation of IP-satellite Services and Platforms

Mobility Management in Mobile IP Networks, Lila V. Dimopooulou and Iakovos S. Venieris
Introduction
Macro-mobility Protocols
Micro-mobility Protocols
References

Quality of Service in Mobile IP Networks, Bongkyo Moon and A.H. Aghvami
All-IP Networks
QoS Routing in a Radio Access Network
Integrated Services Architecture
Differentiated Services Architecture
Integrated Services over DiffServ Networks
RSVP/IntServ Extensions in IP Mobility Environments
DiffServ Extensions in IP Mobility Environments
Conclusions

Multicast in Mobile IP Networks, Hong-Yon Lach, Christophe Janneteau, Imed Romdhani, Alexandru Petrescu
Multicast Concepts in the Internet
Multicast for Mobile Nodes

Secure Mobility in Wireless IP Networks, Pekka Nikander and Jari Arkko
Introduction
Security Problems
Case I: Mobile Ipv6 Route Optimization
Case II: Hot Identity Protocol
Lessons Learned
References

Security Issues in Wireless IP Networks, Subir Das, Farooq Anjum, Yoshihiro Ohiba, Apostolis K. Salkintzis
Introduction
Security Attributes
Security Issues in WLANs
Emerging WLAN Security Schemes
Security in 3G Networks
Summary

Header Compression Schemes for Wireless Internet Access, Frank Fitzek, Stefan Hendrata, Patrick Seeling, Martin Reisslein
Introduction
Header Compression Schemes
Header Compression Schemes for Wireless Channels
Conclusion

Video Streaming in Wireless Internet, Frank Fitzek, Patrick Seeling, Martin Reisslein
Introduction
Basics of Video Compression
Traffic and Quality Characteristics of Encoded Video
Wireless Channel Characteristics
Impact of Wireless Channel Errors on Video Quality
Internet Protocol Stack for Video Streaming
Video Streaming Mechanisms
Conclusion

Integration of Wireless LANs and Cellular Data Networks for Next-generation Mobile Internet Access, Apostolis K. Salkintzis
Introduction
Integrated WLANs and Cellular Data Networks
Generic Interworking Architectures
Standardization Activities
A Tight-coupling Architecture
A Loose-coupling Architecture
Tight versus Loose Coupling
Interworking between WLANs and 3GRP Networks
Concluding Remarks

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