Multiaccess, Mobility and Teletraffic for Wireless Communications, volume 6 / Edition 1

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Overview

Third generation networks have been specified and are now being deployed in a few countries. They are expected to reach maturity in the next several years and to provide various services including audio, video, and world wide web browsing. Furthermore, radio terminals are expected to be integrated in a number of devices such as personal computers, personal digital assistants, and even television sets. Such a wide-usage of radio mandates ongoing research to address design of networks with high capacity while providing acceptable quality of service.

Included in Multiaccess, Mobility and Teletraffic for Wireless Communications: Volume 6 are new results on the optimization of protocols in third generation systems. The radio channel is dynamically shared among several users using packet access, it must adapt to a varying number of users and accomodate various services. Several chapters deal with radio resource management and packet access both in second and third generation systems. The book also considers the performance of low layer protocols (MAC/RLC) and transport protocols (e.g., TCP) when they are combined to offer data services. IPv6 will probably be an in-use network protocol in the near future. It must efficiently manage mobility and support multimedia flows. Wireless internet is an important area and related topics are included in this book.

The improvement of the network performance relies on a sophisticated and optimized physical layer. The book includes studies on joint multiple access detection, MIMO systems, use of turbo-codes and methods to improve the analysis of the channel capacity.

The book also covers location management, handoff optimization, multi-hop networks and network management.

Mobility and Teletraffic for Wireless Communications: Volume 6 is an important book for researchers, students and professionals working in the area of wireless communications and mobile computing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402070839
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 5/31/2002
  • Edition description: 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 364
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
A New Approach for Partitioning the Received SNR Space for Tractable Performance Analysis in Wireless Packet Networks 3
Capacity Analysis of Voice over IP over GERAN with Statistical Multiplexing 25
Uplink RRM for Conversational and Interactive Services in UTRA-FDD 43
Rate and Power Adaptation for Downlink Shared Channel in WCDMA 61
Capacity and C/I Performance of Different Cell Clusters in a Cellular Network 75
Performance Study of Soft Handover with CDMA Heterogeneous Cellular Architectures 87
Packet Service in UMTS: Effects of the Radio Interface Parameters on the Performance of the Downlink Shared Channel 103
Cellular Multihop Networks and the Impact of Routing on the SNIR and Total Power Consumption 115
Terminal Migration Model in which Cell Dwell Time is Defined by Different Probability Distributions in Different Cells 133
Concatenated Location Management 143
Handoff Scheme Improvement in Wireless Networks 155
Hierarchical Mobility Controlled by the Network 167
Approximate and Exact ML Detectors for CDMA and MIMO Systems: a Tree Detection Approach 183
Block Turbo Code with Input for Improving Quality of Service 195
Gallager Codes for Asynchronous Multiple Access 205
Bounding Techniques for the Design of Channel Coding and Modulation Systems 221
Quality of Service of Internet Applications over the UMTS Radio Interface 239
Interactions between the TCP and RLC Protocols in UMTS 251
Impact of SR-ARQ with Finite Buffer on TDD/TDMA Wireless LAN 263
Traffic Performance Analysis of Multimedia Applications in Evolved GSM Networks 279
Voice/Video over IP with Multi-class QoS in 3G Mobile Networks 295
Establishment of Mobile Extranets through Mobile Ipv6 and GPRS: Enabling Universal Access to Corporate Intranets 309
IP Traffic Control on UMTS Terminal Equipment 323
An Approach for Managing Networks and Services in a Diversified Radio Environment 337
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