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Real and potential handover problems in future wireless networks

Persson, Henrik LU and Karlsson, Johan M LU (2002) Proceedings of WIRELESS 2002 p.347-355
Abstract
Wireless communications are really poised to see major improvements in terms of network capabilities. The next generation of wireless services, besides improving the overall capacity, will create new demand and usage patterns, which will in turn, drive the development and continuous evolution of services and infrastructure. Future wireless networks should have transparent roaming, meaning having a consistent service which is available across networks, independent of the network, across all networks throughout the world. For this to be reality, one of the main obstacles to overcome is handover procedures. The requirements and prioritisation procedures for seamless handover are given and examples are discussed. Existing handover techniques... (More)
Wireless communications are really poised to see major improvements in terms of network capabilities. The next generation of wireless services, besides improving the overall capacity, will create new demand and usage patterns, which will in turn, drive the development and continuous evolution of services and infrastructure. Future wireless networks should have transparent roaming, meaning having a consistent service which is available across networks, independent of the network, across all networks throughout the world. For this to be reality, one of the main obstacles to overcome is handover procedures. The requirements and prioritisation procedures for seamless handover are given and examples are discussed. Existing handover techniques are analyzed as well as potential problem of future wireless inter-network handovers (Less)
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inter-network handovers, prioritisation procedures, transparent roaming, next generation services, wireless communications, handover procedures, future wireless networks
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Wireless 2002. Fourteenth International Conference on Wireless Communications
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347 - 355
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TRLabs
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Proceedings of WIRELESS 2002
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Calgary, Alta., Canada
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2002-07-08 - 2002-07-10
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English
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  abstract     = {Wireless communications are really poised to see major improvements in terms of network capabilities. The next generation of wireless services, besides improving the overall capacity, will create new demand and usage patterns, which will in turn, drive the development and continuous evolution of services and infrastructure. Future wireless networks should have transparent roaming, meaning having a consistent service which is available across networks, independent of the network, across all networks throughout the world. For this to be reality, one of the main obstacles to overcome is handover procedures. The requirements and prioritisation procedures for seamless handover are given and examples are discussed. Existing handover techniques are analyzed as well as potential problem of future wireless inter-network handovers},
  author       = {Persson, Henrik and Karlsson, Johan M},
  booktitle    = {Wireless 2002. Fourteenth International Conference on Wireless Communications},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {347--355},
  publisher    = {TRLabs},
  title        = {Real and potential handover problems in future wireless networks},
  year         = {2002},
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