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Wireless And Mobile Network Architectures

Author : Yi-Bang Lin
ISBN : 8126515600
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Market_Desc: · Communications Engineers· Network Architects· Network Managers· Consultants· Software Engineers · Senior Undergraduate and Graduate Students Special Features: · Wireless and mobile market is quickly emerging and growing· Network architects and engineers need a comprehensive integration manual· The level and scope of the book is appropriate for decision-makers and network managers· Covers network integration of all 3rd generation mobile and wireless technologies About The Book: This is a comprehensive book that guides the network designers, engineers, managers, and consultants in the rebuilding and successful deployment of the devices over the new network. Dr. Yi-Bing Lin provides the perfect solution through this expansive guide. He is recognized as one of the top experts in mobile and wireless network architectures worldwide and his co-author is recognized as a close second.

Mobile Networks Architecture

Author : Andre Perez
ISBN : 9781118565995
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book explains the evolutions of architecture for mobiles and summarizes the different technologies: – 2G: the GSM (Global System for Mobile) network, the GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) network and the EDGE (Enhanced Data for Global Evolution) evolution; – 3G: the UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) network and the HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) evolutions: - HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access), - HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access), - HSPA+; – 4G: the EPS (Evolved Packet System) network. The telephone service and data transmission are the two main services provided by these networks. The evolutions are fundamentally dictated by the increase in the rate of data transmission across the radio interface between the network and mobiles. This book is intended as a readily understandable support to help students and professionals wishing to quickly acquire the main concepts of networks for mobiles understand the technologies deployed.

Umts Networks

Author : Heikki Kaaranen
ISBN : 0470011033
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Building on the success of the first edition, UMTS Networks second edition allows readers to continue their journey through UMTS up to the latest 3GPP standardization phase, Release 5. Containing revised, updated and brand new material, it provides a comprehensive view on the UMTS network architecture and its latest developments. Accompanied by numerous illustrations, the practical approach of the book benefits from the authors? pioneering research and training in this field. Provides a broad yet detailed overview of the latest worldwide developments in UMTS technology. Includes brand new sections on the IP Multimedia Subsystem and High Speed Downlink Packet Access according to 3GPP Release 5 specifications. Contains heavily revised sections on the evolution from GSM to UMTS Multi-access, the UMTS Radio Access Network, the UMTS Core Network and services. Includes updated versions on services in the UMTS environment, security in the UMTS environment and UMTS protocols. Illustrates all points with cutting-edge practical examples gleaned from the authors? research and training at the forefront of UMTS. The illustrative, hands-on approach will appeal to operators, equipment vendors, systems designers, developers and marketing professionals who require comprehensive, practical information on the latest developments in UMTS. This second edition will also benefit students and researchers in the field of mobile networking.

Wireless Information Networks

Author : Jack M Holtzman
ISBN : 1461313546
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3g Networks

Author : Sumit Kasera
ISBN : 0070527997
Genre : Mobile communication systems
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In India, the mobile subscribers baser is increasing at a phenomenal rate. After the successful adoption of Second Generation (2G) Technology GSM and 2.5G Technology GPRS, the industry is now rapidly moving towards Third Generation (3G) Networks.The book, written by two young engineers, touches almost every imaginable aspect of a 3G Network, spanning across topics such as:UMTS Network Architecture (including Access Network and Core Network), Protocols (including RRC, NBAP, RANAP, MM/GMM, MAP and GTP), Procedures (including UTRAN Procedures, Mobility Management, Call/Session handling and Security Management), and Services (including Supplementary Services and Value-added Services).Also the book covers topics like IP Multimedia Sub-system (IMS) and SIGTRAN. Besides these, the book includes the status of deployment of 3G UMTS Networks across the world and provides a brief introduction to 4G Networks setting the tone for future advancements.

Architectures Of Small Cell Networks And Interference Management

Author : Duy Trong Ngo
ISBN : 9783319048222
Genre : Computers
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This Springer Brief presents the architectures of small-cell networks and recent advances in interference management. The key challenges and values of small cells are first introduced, followed by the reviews of various small-cell architectures and interference management techniques in both heterogeneous CDMA and heterogeneous OFDMA small-cell networks. New adaptive power control and dynamic spectrum access techniques are discussed to promote a harmonized coexistence of diverse network entities in both 3G and 4G small-cell networks. Analytically devised from optimization and game theories, autonomous solutions are shown to effectively manage the intra-tier and cross-tier interferences in small cells. Informative and practical, this Springer Brief is designed for researchers and professionals working in networking and resource management. The content is also valuable for advanced-level students interested in network communications and power allocation.

Mobile Opportunistic Networks

Author : Mieso K. Denko
ISBN : 9781420088137
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The widespread availability of mobile devices coupled with recent advancements in networking capabilities make opportunistic networks one of the most promising technologies for next-generation mobile applications. Are you ready to make your mark? Featuring the contributions of prominent researchers from academia and industry, Mobile Opportunistic Networks: Architectures, Protocols and Applications introduces state-of-the-art research findings, technologies, tools, and innovations. From fundamentals to advanced concepts, the book provides the comprehensive technical coverage of this rapidly emerging communications technology you need to make contributions in this area. The first section focuses on modeling, networking architecture, and routing problems. The second section examines opportunistic networking technologies and applications. Presenting the latest in modeling opportunistic network connection structures and pairwise contacts, the text discusses the fundamentals of opportunistic routing. It reviews the most-popular routing protocols and introduces a routing protocol for delivering data with load balancing and reliable transmission capabilities. Details an approach to analyzing user behavior based on realistic data in opportunistic networks Presents analytical approaches for mobility and heterogeneous connections management in mobile opportunistic networks Compares credit-based incentive schemes for mobile wireless ad hoc networks and challenged networks Discusses the combined strengths of cache-based approaches and Infostation-based approaches Addressing key research challenges and open issues, this complete technical guide reports on the latest advancements in the deployment of stationary relay nodes on vehicular opportunistic networks. It also illustrates the use of the service location and planning (SLP) technique for resource utilization with quality of service (QoS) constraints in opportunistic capability utilization networks. The book introduces a novel prediction-based routing protocol, and supplies authoritative coverage of communication architectures, network algorithms and protocols, emerging applications, industrial and professional standards, and experimental studies—including simulation tools and implementation test beds.

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