Pub. Date:
IMS Multimedia Telephony over Cellular Systems: VoIP Evolution in a Converged Telecommunication World / Edition 1

IMS Multimedia Telephony over Cellular Systems: VoIP Evolution in a Converged Telecommunication World / Edition 1


Current price is , Original price is $150.0. You

Temporarily Out of Stock Online

Please check back later for updated availability.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780470058558
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 03/30/2007
Pages: 370
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Shyam Chakraborty (PhD) has worked at Ericsson Corporate Research in Finland since 2005.  Before this, he was the Academy Research Fellow, Academy of Finland, at the Communications Laboratory, Dept. of ECE, Helsinki University of Technology.

Tomas Frankkila works as a Research Scientist at Ericsson in Sweden, and has published papers on wireless communications.

Janne Peisa (PhD) is a Section Manager at Ericsson in Finland, and has published many conference papers in the field of WCDMA and 3G.

Per Synnergren (PhD) works as a Senior Specialist for Ericsson in Sweden. He is active in the area of R&D and standardization for IP based services and media transported over a wireless link (focusing on IMS based services and 3GPP wireless access networks).

Read an Excerpt

Click to read or download

Table of Contents




1 Introduction (Shyam Chakraborty, Tomas Frankkila).

1.1 Convergence of Networking Paradigms.

1.2 IMS and the IMS Multimedia Telephony Service.

1.3 Requirements and Challenges.

1.4 Outline of this Book.

2 The Multimedia Telephony Communication Service (Daniel Enstróm, Krister Svanbro, Per Synnergren).

2.1 Benefits with IMS.

2.2 IMS Communication Services.

2.3 Multimedia Telephony Service Scenario.

2.4 Summary of the Multimedia Telephony Communication Service.

3 Network Architecture and Service Realization (Gonzalo Camarillo, Shyam Chakraborty, Janne Peisa, Per Synnergren).

3.1 Public Switched Telephone Network and Integrated Service Digital Network.

3.2 Data Networks and the Internet.

3.3 Cellular Systems.

3.4 Quality of Service.

3.5 The IP Multimedia Subsystem.

3.6 The TISPAN Next Generation Network.

3.7 Multimedia Telephony Realization.

4 Session Control (Gonzalo Camarillo, Per Synnergren).

4.1 SIP.

4.2 Signaling Compression.

4.3 Controlling QoS.

4.4 Establishment of Multimedia Telephony Sessions.

4.5 Modification of Multimedia Telephony Sessions.

4.6 Release of Multimedia Telephony Sessions.

4.7 Supplementary Services.

4.8 Interworking with CS Networks.

5 Media Flow (Daniel Enstróm, Tomas Frankkila, Per Frójdh, Janne Peisa, Krister Svanbro).

5.1 Media Coding.

5.2 Protocols.

5.3 Media Transport Processing.

5.4 Media Control.

5.5 Header Compression.

5.6 Radio Realization.

5.7 Interworking.

5.8 Media Configurations for Multimedia Telephony.

6 Security (Rolf Blom, Yi Cheng, Vesa Lehtovirta, Karl Norrman, Góran Schultz).

6.1 IMS Security Overview.

6.2 Access Domain Security.

6.3 IMS Security Mechanisms.

6.4 Outlook.

7 Performance (Tomas Frankkila, Janne Peisa, Per Synnergren).

7.1 Application Models.

7.2 Service Performance Requirements. 

7.3 Capacity.

7.4 Coverage.  

7.5 Transport Characteristics.

7.6 Service Quality.

7.7 Call Setup Delays.

8 Other IMS Communication Services (Per Synnergren).


8.2 OMA PoC.

8.3 OMA Instant Messaging.

8.4 Presence and List Management.

9 Summary (Per Synnergren, Janne Peisa).

Appendix Additional Simulation Results.

A.1 Delay Scheduler.

A.2 Max-CQI Scheduler.

A.3 Proportional-Fair Scheduler.

A.4 Round-Robin Scheduler.



Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews