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Seamless access to multiple wireless data networks. A wireless data network infrastructure at Carnegie Mellon University

A. Hills, D.B. Johnson
1996 IEEE personal communications  
Acknowledgments We wish to thank John Leong, Richard Hovey, Robert Baron, Charles Bartel, and Pete Bronder for their contributions to this work.  ...  The work reported here is supported by Carnegie Mellon's Information Networking Institute, the National Science Foundation, Bell Atlantic NYNEX Mobile, and Bell Communications Research.  ...  A CDPD network serves a mobile computer (Mobile End System -M-ES) through a radio link to a nearby cell site equipped with a Mobile Data Base Station (MDBS), as shown in Fig. 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.486976 fatcat:alxuf6f6xjhiligi4pjcq6jwim

Scaling Information Infrastructure: The Case of Next-Generation IP in the Internet

Eric Monteiro
1998 The Information Society  
This article is based on a case study of the efforts to change the Internet Protocol (IP) in the Internet to facilitate further growth.  ...  This is also true for an information infrastructure. An information infrastructure has to scale, hence change, to meet new requirements stemming from its growth.  ...  One of them is director for one of the so-called areas within IETF and a member of the IESG.  ... 
doi:10.1080/019722498128845 fatcat:o2s7wa22fzgjfjt5k5e56ycuca

Flight trial demonstration of seamless aeronautical networking

Simon Plass, Romain Hermenier, Oliver Lucke, Dirk Depoorter, Theophile Tordjman, Mark Chatterton, Massimiliano Amirfeiz, Simone Scotti, Yongqiang Cheng, Prashant Pillai, Thomas Graupl, Frederic Durand (+3 others)
2014 IEEE Communications Magazine  
This system, developed and validated under real environmental conditions during flight trials, integrates all the aeronautical service domains within a common IPv6-based aeronautical network.  ...  This article presents the in-flight demonstration of a new integrated aircraft communications system combining legacy and future radio technologies.  ...  His research interests include the development and evaluation of digital aeronautical communication systems. Dr. Gräupl was the recipient of the Hans Stegbuchner  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2014.6815902 fatcat:c3hr3z2brbfzfnnpwauffwbini

A survey of mobile data networks

Apostolis K. Salkintzis
1999 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
For the routing of packets, CDPD supports both the Internet Protocol (IP) [11] and the Connectionless Network Protocol (CLNP), which is an OSI standard protocol.  ...  There are two kinds of ESs: The mobile end system (M-ES), which is a device used by a subscriber to access the CDPD network over the wireless interface, and the fixed end system (F-ES), which is a common  ...  His primary research interests lie in the area of wireless digital communication systems and networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.1999.5340710 fatcat:3ualot355fhejphz6j2lktw3c4

Trends in mobile satellite technology

G. Comparetto, R. Ramirez
1997 Computer  
Acknowledgment We thank Lloyd Wood of the Centre for Satellite Engineering Research at the University of Surrey, UK, for permission to reproduce the satellite constellation images rendered using SaVi,  ...  Individual addressing of each end system within each space vehicle will truly implement end-toend communications.  ...  Typical commercial communications are not highly constrained; nor are their end systems unequal in terms of processing power. In contrast, space-based resources are highly constrained.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.566149 fatcat:hi6yln5b25gp7nk7yr72fs6adu

IPv6 Rationale and Features [chapter]

2006 Migrating to IPv6  
Despite the extraordinary sustainability of the current version (IPv4), however, it is suffering and the Internet Protocol needs an important revision.  ...  This chapter describes why we need a new version of the IP protocol (IPv6), by describing the Internet growth, the use of techniques to temper the consequences of that growth and the trouble experienced  ...  Formed A new area within IETF is formed to manage the IPng effort.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470028742.ch1 fatcat:laoe4jo54fa4ncw64rfd7phea4

Handling Transition from Legacy Aircraft Communication Services to New Ones – A Communication Service Provider's View [chapter]

Frederic Durand, Luc Longpre
2011 Future Aeronautical Communications  
The ATN routing protocols establish a CLNP routing information base, which is updated as the system establishes subnetwork connections to other ATN systems.  ...  The COTP protocol provides a message delivery acknowledgement over the CLNP protocol which handles the actual message exchange between the ATN users systems.  ...  Open points to be discussed:  Multiple NAPs will be available in a given airport and one used at a given time by an aircraft  An aircraft may contract several H-NSPs and selection will be done in real  ... 
doi:10.5772/30318 fatcat:myimkelvhrbxph2rwfxzobnhvy

Multipoint communication: a survey of protocols, functions, and mechanisms

C. Diot, W. Dabbous, J. Crowcroft
1997 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
This paper surveys protocol functions and mechanisms for data transmission within a group, from multicast routing problems up to end-to-end multipoint transmission control.  ...  For distributed or replicated data, it provides efficient communication without overloading the network.  ...  Mobile Multicast-Other Readings • P. Bhagwat and C. E. Perkins, "A mobile networking system based on internet protocol (IP)," in Proc. USENIX Symp.  ... 
doi:10.1109/49.564128 fatcat:6gre3yoktvaknoilqj7bomi5um

Truly seamless wireless and mobile host networking. Protocols for adaptive wireless and mobile networking

D.B. Johnson, D.A. Maltz
1996 IEEE personal communications  
Next, we discuss the problem of routing in an ad hoc network of wireless mobile hosts, as might be needed in an area without established wireless networking infrastructure; we describe a new protocol we  ...  To this end, the networking protocols must support adaptive operation in a number of ways.  ...  our thanks to them for their collaboration in our work within the IETF.  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.486974 fatcat:zs5izptw5jefji3g7nmsffqeiu

Network layer mobility: an architecture and survey

P. Bhagwat, C. Perkins, S. Tripathi
1996 IEEE personal communications  
One is to completely redesign internetworking protocols with the speci c goal of supporting mobile end systems.  ...  This is a huge advantage; for example, the main obstacle to designing an e cient protocol for route optimization with the base IPv4 mobile-IP speci cation is that most existing Internet hosts cannot be  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.511765 fatcat:zhkhvmsioncmzi6oep2t2gddwi

IP next generation overview

Robert M. Hinden
1996 Communications of the ACM  
This paper presents an  ...  This includes support for real-time flows, provider selection, host mobility, end-to-end security, auto-configuration, and auto-reconfiguration. In summary, IPng is a new version of IP.  ...  For example the new protocol must be able to support large global internetworks. Others are less obvious. There must be a clear way to transition the current large installed base of IPv4 systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/228503.228517 fatcat:jaxvowjyezf45ajbm36535tf4m

Seamless internet connectivity for ubiquitous communication

Ryo Yanagida, Saleem N. Bhatti
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing and Proceedings of the 2019 ACM International Symposium on Wearable Computers - UbiComp/ISWC '19  
The direct and flexible use of any network connectivity that is available within an urban scenario is essential for the successful operation of ubiquitous systems.  ...  Our solution requires only modifications to the end-systems involved in communication, so can be deployed incrementally only for those end-systems that require the functionality.  ...  However, neither this protocol nor its OSI equivalent, CLNP, provides sufficient infrastructure for highly mobile devices.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3341162.3349315 dblp:conf/huc/YanagidaB19 fatcat:gdkccckimnetvmwqz2uhoba5di

Authentication of mobile users

R. Molva, D. Samfat, G. Tsudik
1994 IEEE Network  
In this paper, we propose a solution for authenticating mobile users in remote domains that maintains the domain separation property.  ...  The protocols described herein can be applied in di erent mobile-user environments including wireless networks and mobile user services on traditional wireline networks.  ...  Like UPT, it envisions a network accessible through either mobile or xed end-systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.272938 fatcat:mkjqaj4wljbx3f4s2oxvt23jha

Distributed multicast address management in the global Internet

S. Pejhan, A. Eleftheriadis, D. Anastassiou
1995 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
By noting that port numbers are an integral part of end-to-end multicast addressing we present a single, uni ed solution to the two problems of dynamic multicast address management and port resolution.  ...  A multicast address space partitioning scheme is proposed, based on the unicast host address and a per-host address management e n tity.  ...  Heidelberg Multicast Protocol HeiMAP An elaborate description of another approach is given in 22 HeiMAP, though in the context of local area networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/49.464714 fatcat:7jnarhgnibd63mvd4jicavj3om

A CMIS-capable scripting language and associated lightweight protocol for TMN applications

G. Pavlou, T. Tin
1996 IEEE Communications Magazine  
In the absence of standards for the TMN F interface, interoperability of Workstation applications can be based on the Q3 interface.  ...  This paper discusses how CMIS-capable interpreted scripting languages and associated lightweight string-based protocols can support the rapid construction of lightweight, highly portable TMN workstation  ...  Such a protocol may be also used by simple network elements e.g. in mobile environments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.536554 fatcat:a2bekk42p5byhoecc62daeuneq
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