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An all-IP approach for UMTS third-generation mobile networks

Yi-Bing Lin, Ai-Chun Pang, Yieh-Ran Haung, I. Chlamtac
2002 IEEE Network  
Acknowledgment We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers whose valuable comments have significantly improved the quality of this article. Lin  ...  The media gateway control function (MGCF) is the same as the MGC in a VoIP network [12] , which controls the connection for media channels in an MGW.  ...  Authorization for bearer resources in a network is performed by a P-CSCF within that network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mnet.2002.1035112 fatcat:gxjzq54jhffzroqwy7ez6n7owe

Location tracking for media appliances in wireless home networks

I. Ramani, R. Bharadwaja, P.V. Rangan
2003 2003 International Conference on Multimedia and Expo. ICME '03. Proceedings (Cat. No.03TH8698)  
We present a location detection system for tracking multimedia appliances and users within a wireless local area network (WLAN) enabled home environment.  ...  We call this paradigm as a Media cloud. This paper presents the scheme for collecting proximity information from the buddies and effective techniques to determine their location.  ...  Each of the media appliances in the home connects to the home WLAN via an interface called a Buddy. The buddy is equipped with a codec for the media type of the appliance that it supports.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icme.2003.1221730 dblp:conf/icmcs/RamaniBR03 fatcat:2kvd32fp3rfovgtmr36yu5n7du

Design of a Context Aware Multimedia Management System for Home Environments

Kevin Mets, Jelle Nelis, Dieter Verslype, Philippe Leroux, Wouter Haerick, Filip De Turck, Chris Develder
2009 2009 Computation World: Future Computing, Service Computation, Cognitive, Adaptive, Content, Patterns  
We present the design, implementation and performance analysis of a multimedia management system for home environments.  ...  The application is tailored to a mobile platform and features a context aware platform to automatically select the nearest display device.  ...  Home and Access networks."  ... 
doi:10.1109/computationworld.2009.111 fatcat:kcizgagpjvbercfxzhvkvh3hiu

SIP for Call Control in the 3G IP-Based UMTS Core Network [chapter]

Delphine Plasse
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper present an example of call control using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for multimedia call management in the "all IP" architecture for the core network of UMTS.  ...  The first part of this publication gives an overview of the 3GPP IP-based UMTS core network.  ...  A MGW may terminate bearer channels from a circuit switched network and may terminate media streams from a packet network (e.g., RTP streams in an IP network).  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-40019-2_3 fatcat:4yobsnjc5fgjrpcpe6g2ar6cwq

Hand-around on Seamless Services and Mobility in Home Networking [chapter]

Pei-Yuan Qiu, Min-Shu Hung, Jen-yi Pan, Kuo-Pao Fan, Jui-Wen Chen
2008 Home Networking  
A developing technique in Mobile IPv6, called multiple care-of addresses (MCoA) registration, is the best candidate to accomplish such seamless services in an all-IP home network.  ...  Besides, it's a pure layer-3 mechanism and hence could more easily apply on and adapt to home services without massively changing the operational flow and system hierarchy, especially suited for services  ...  So the home agent just simply tunnels the communicating media content to the new address regardless of the VoIP call forwarding.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-77216-5_21 dblp:conf/ifip6-2/QiuHPFC07 fatcat:frybowmwhjadxg3smyzcgsvqwm

Using DLNA cloud for sharing multimedia contents beyond home networks

Van Dang Khoa Mai, Younghan Kim
2014 16th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology  
Several studies have focused on extending the operation of DLNA devices beyond the home networks based on devices called home gateways (HGs).  ...  In order to connect with another home network or when the IP address of a HG is changed, they require the reconfiguration from users.  ...  INTRODUCTION The DLNA [1] is becoming a popular standard for content sharing in home networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icact.2014.6778921 fatcat:gqirhjrdtfdgfhp6x5hi2cofwu

Mobility Management Schemes for Heterogeneity Support in Next Generation Wireless Networks

Tsunehiko Chiba, Hidetoshi Yokota, Akira Idoue, Ashutosh Dutta, Subir Das, Fuchun J. Lin, Henning Schulzrinne
2007 2007 Next Generation Internet Networks  
Thus, it becomes a challenging task for the network operators and service providers to support roaming to the visited networks with diverse capabilities while supporting service continuity.  ...  Several standards organizations are designing next generation wireless network architectures with a suite of new network elements and protocols that provide service continuity for intraand inter-provider  ...  Expedited Media Delivery Second, when the mobile node is in the visited domain and if the home address is used for media, the media must travel via the HA in the home network giving rise to media delay  ... 
doi:10.1109/ngi.2007.371209 fatcat:uwjowyuoabazvmmrjv7i7yxyce

A Secure Multimedia System in Emerging Wireless Home Networks [chapter]

Nut Taesombut, Richard Huang, Venkat P. Rangan
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the near future, home multimedia systems will rely on wireless networks in lieu of typical wired networks in interconnecting media appliances.  ...  We have developed a protocol to ensure secure bootstrap registration of new media devices and protect communication within a wireless home network.  ...  A master gateway called Actiway (Active gateway) is a resourceful gateway located between the wireless home network and the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-45184-6_7 fatcat:lyrhpwbcqvbylf77z5vbcdaux4

Accepted from open call - Supporting real-time ip multimedia services in UMTS

K.D. Wong, V.K. Varma
2003 IEEE Communications Magazine  
After the initial INVITE, the I-CSCF in the called party's home network may be left out of the signaling path for subsequent exchange of messages in the session setup, except for provisional and final  ...  For example, it was finally decided in late 2000 that service control for a subscriber is always performed by its home network. This applies even when the subscriber is roaming in a foreign network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2003.1244935 fatcat:oi47vox3sjhs3ghnvhzuwhg4ka

Integrating personal media and Digital TV with QoS guarantees using virtualized set-top boxes: Architecture and performance measurements

Bert Vankeirsbilck, Jelle Nelis, Dieter Verslype, Chris Develder, Tom Van Leeuwen, Bart Dhoedt
2010 IEEE Local Computer Network Conference  
The media in the home network is discovered through standard UPnP, of which the QoS functionality is exploited to ensure high quality playback over the home network, that basically is out of the control  ...  Nowadays, users consume a lot of functionality in their home coming from a service provider located in the Internet.  ...  The local media reside on devices that are connected to the home network, such as a laptop, PC or a personal media player. The HGW provides the link to the outside world.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lcn.2010.5735763 dblp:conf/lcn/VankeirsbilckNVDLD10 fatcat:mwoyrh6b2vekpbbbkti7fkqaty

An extensible set-top box platform for home media applications

W.K. Edwards, M.W. Newman, T.F. Smith, J. Sedivy, S. Izadi
2005 IEEE transactions on consumer electronics  
This paper describes an experimental set-top box platform for home media applications.  ...  The number of different types of devices on the home network is expanding greatly.  ...  RELATED WORK A number of systems, from both the research and commercial spaces, have explored platforms for networked media in the home.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tce.2005.1561841 fatcat:uj6egijjcbfgjfapejmrsd4uv4

Application-layer mobility using SIP

Henning Schulzrinne, Elin Wedlund
2000 ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review  
Thus, system design should make it easy for devices to move between different wireless networks, depending on population density, speed of movement and propagation characteristics.  ...  Here, we describe one possible architecture that allows to support a full range of mobility options, independent of the underlying technology.  ...  home network are to be reached as "servers", e.g., called for a VoIP call, rather than just acting as clients.  ... 
doi:10.1145/372346.372369 fatcat:dpq7s5k6a5d7vprn32e7rbyscy

A First Look at Media Conferencing Traffic in the Global Enterprise [chapter]

Vijay Vasudevan, Sudipta Sengupta, Jin Li
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We take a first look at media conferencing traffic in the global enterprise and, by instrumenting measurement of call quality and network statistics, we quantify the impact on call quality for a range  ...  Many enterprise networks have grown far beyond a single large site to span tens to hundreds of branch offices across the globe, each connected over VPNs or leased lines.  ...  For example, these higher loss rates may be caused by network congestion at the endpoint's ISP, wireless packet loss at the home user's network, or local congestion with other bulk data traffic from the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-00975-4_14 fatcat:iqsjffdsmnf5xaar577fhtgija

Performance Analysis of Next Generation Mobility Protocols for IMS/MMD Networks

Tsunehiko Chiba, Hidetoshi Yokota, Ashutosh Dutta, Dana Chee, Henning Schulzrinne
2008 2008 International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference  
Thus, it is important to analyze the effectiveness of these protocols before they are actually deployed in the IMS/MMD networks.  ...  In an effort to provide seamless mobility support in IMS/MMD networks, operators need to choose a specific IPbased mobility protocol.  ...  Handoff procedures for SIP-based mobility In this subsection, we illustrate the call flows when a SIPbased mobility protocol is used for the mobility support in IMS/MMD networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwcmc.2008.13 fatcat:xs5n3ogryzca7k44gcnyeaqk7u

On the Design of a SIP-Based Binding Middleware for Next Generation Home Network Services [chapter]

Mourad Alia, Andre Bottaro, Fatoumata Camara, Briac Hardouin
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
At the second layer, the binding framework allows constructing open mobile media bindings between SIP and non SIP communication protocol endpoints including media home devices.  ...  In the first layer, the device integration framework overcomes the heterogeneity of media home devices by providing protocolindependent components that reify the underlying devices.  ...  Within this context, the objective of our work is the design of next generation home network middleware platform for the development and the deployment of flexible SIP media home services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-88871-0_37 fatcat:in6zsvjs3rglbesepesbvq2kku
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