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VIRTUAL CIRCUITS THAT MAY BE �PERMANENT� TO MAKE M-BANKING APPLICATION AS A SUCCESS BANDWIDTH MANAGEMENT IS AN IMPORTANT ISSUE FOR ANALYSING VARIABLE SIZED PACKETS AND FRAMES

Bhubneshwar Sharma
2015 International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research  
The increased flexibility and mobility feature of wireless ATM and its bandwidth on demand function is motivating a large number of carriers towards deployment of the WATM networks.  ...  But there are certain issues which are required to be addressed in WATM. The issues are cost effective planning of network, location management and handover management  ...  Another advantage of ATM networks is its extension to wireless scenario namely, wireless ATM.  ... 
doi:10.7439/ijasr.v1i10.2748 fatcat:qjy4xxs4bnaprhiimxf3bw2obu

Emerging wireless broadband networks

J. Mikkonen, C. Corrado, C. Evci, M. Progler
1998 IEEE Communications Magazine  
ideas and helpful comments on the article, contribute to the definition of the wireless broadband networks concept.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to express their appreciation to their colleagues in the European Commission funded ACTS projects (The Magic WAND, AWACS, SAMBA, and MEDIAN) who, through their creative  ...  in a cost-effective way.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.648777 fatcat:xwv274zwcjfotikoqhkrn4tlxu

Impact of wireless access on traffic management in ATM networks

Rolf Sigle, Thomas Renger
1999 Computer Networks  
Wireless ATM access networks, which are currently under investigation in standards bodies as well as in first field trials, introduce new protocols that are able to cope with multiple access, error prone  ...  Traffic management plays an important role in providing differentiated quality of service to the users and to support the integration of a variety of broadband services within a common ATM network.  ...  Additional bandwidth must be allocated inside the fixed network. In Figure 9 an access network for wireless ATM is depicted.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1389-1286(98)00008-5 fatcat:sjtb2prssramzkyihqlld7x5eq

Network Requirement for Management of Multimedia over Wireless Channel [chapter]

Bing Zheng, Mohammed Atiquzzaman
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we propose a novel selective retransmission scheme for multimedia transmission over wireless ATM networks using the ABR service.  ...  Wireless channels have a high channel bit error rate and limited bandwidth.  ...  We will therefore, investigate the effectiveness of using the ATM ABR service to transport multimedia over a wireless ATM network.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45812-3_5 fatcat:aihpdp5r5vhk3m4lfv5qnerxre

SWAN: a mobile multimedia wireless network

P. Agrawal, E. Hyden, P. Krzyzanowski, P. Mishra, M.B. Srivastava, J.A. Trotter
1996 IEEE personal communications  
SWAN (Seamless Wireless ATM Network) is an experimental indoor wireless network that investigates the combination of wireless access with multimedia networked computing in an indoor setting.  ...  We have investigated both native mode endto-end ATM communication across the wired ATM backbone and wireless ATM links, and TCP and UDP communication using IP-over-wireless-ATM in the wireless link with  ...  Acknowledgments SWAN: A Mobile Multimedia Wireless Network and also with access to a multimedia archives server via Nemesis.  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.490750 fatcat:c5z62jhvp5dkxgwjdvlq2jpux4

Networking Support For Mobile Computing

Upkar Varshney
1999 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
No matter which name is applied, all these terms really imply that a user may not maintain a fixed position in the network. The user is free to roam from one place to another.  ...  With increasing use of small portable computers, wireless networks and satellites, a trend to support "computing on the move" has emerged.  ...  ATM Cell The use of "Wireless ATM" has been motivated by an increasing deployment of ATM technology in backbone networks and by the need to support mobile multimedia services in wireless networks.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.00101 fatcat:o45bhhpvbvc27cmjtvk5zzcy7u

Narrowband and broadband infrastructure design for wireless networks

S. Dravida, Hong Jiang, M. Kodialam, B. Samadi, Yufei Wang
1998 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Third-generation wireless networks are likely to be based on ATM technology in the infrastructure network.  ...  EXAMPLE 2 In this example, we examine the effect of technology on the design of an infrastructure network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.667987 fatcat:5v5326tgbbhyjm4jsx4bem4cyy

Call Admission Control in Mobile Wireless

J. Goril, L. Dobos
2002 Radioengineering  
Some problems related to wireless network access are discussed inthe article. Special attention is paid to Medium Access Control andCall Admission Control.  ...  The problems with wireless medium access arementioned and requirements on MAC protocols are named. Also need forCAC algorithms is illustrated and simple functional example isproposed.  ...  Hence, many of ATM techniques are employed also in wireless technology bringing new paradigm -Wireless ATM (W-ATM).  ... 
doaj:d2eff0258b7a468e894b10811b7306f5 fatcat:bqo3tbcmm5ex3bix6bg2fbzovm

Page 401 of The Journal of the Operational Research Society Vol. 54, Issue 4 [page]

2003 The Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Effective controls of routes and bandwidths of virtual paths can provide networks improved bandwidth efficiency, survivability for network component *Correspondence: S Kim, Department of Industrial Engineering  ...  The virtual path (VP) concept in ATM network has been shown to be a very useful and powerful transport mechanism for ATM networks.  ... 

A Comparative Study of Call Admission Control in Mobile Multimedia Networks using Soft Computing

Sanjeev Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Anand Kumar Pandey
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Soft computing can be used to obtain optimized results from many parameters used in mobile multimedia networks.  ...  Call admission control (CAC) is one of challenging issues for quality of service (QoS) provisioning in mobile multimedia network communication systems.  ...  class wireless ATM networks.  ... 
doi:10.5120/18833-0333 fatcat:h5j56lzuxfhhxnwmjiov247dii

RDRN

Ricardo J. Sánchez, Joseph B. Evans, Gary J. Minden, Victor S. Frost, K. Sam Shanmugan
1998 ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review  
This paper reports on the initial implementation of an experimental wireless ATM network architecture called RDRN (Rapidly Deployable Radio Network).  ...  In addition to describing the RDRN architecture and protocols, this paper details experiences at the DARPA GLOMO '97 demonstration of the RDRN project.  ...  The WATM network Unlike all other wireless ATM implementations found in the literature, wireless access in the RDRN network is not restricted to the last hop.  ... 
doi:10.1145/584017.584019 fatcat:uf32pq6ap5dgnla24xglatisua

A distributed multicast tree using share link migration scheme for wireless asynchronous transfer mode network

H.-C. Chao, Ching-Rong K. Lay, J.L. Chen
2003 Computers & electrical engineering  
In recent years, wireless asynchronous transfer mode networks have become popular and are in widespread use for supporting various types of data transmission.  ...  To minimize the cost in setting up routes and to meet the QoS constraint in time-sensitive traffic, in addition to bandwidth capacity, this paper focuses on the optimization of the number of shared links  ...  In this case, the routing/re-routing involves the wireless ATM network.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0045-7906(01)00040-4 fatcat:2cz4cpw7qrdrba6johrgu5qq44

Decentralised call admission control for wireless ATM

O.B. Baldo, A.H. Aghvami
1999 IEE Proceedings - Communications  
An estimate of the network traffic load is derived from the measured traffic at the specific ATM connection during a fixed period of time.  ...  The proposed decentralised CAC is executed partially in the serving access point (AP) and partially at the MS-ATM switch.  ...  Call Admission Control in Wireless ATM Most researchers [3] [4] [5] have considered the architecture of the wireless ATM shown in figure (1) , which uses an MS-ATM switch to control few access points  ... 
doi:10.1049/ip-com:19990757 fatcat:4mmrkige3fgfpmx66zq3mhbtgy

Link Enhancer for Vehicular Wireless ATM Communications [article]

Arun Kumar S P, Diganta Baishya, Amrendra Kumar
2008 arXiv   pre-print
One of the technologies that enabled this is Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networking. Traditional ATM networks are wired networks.  ...  This paper presents the architecture of a Link Enhancer meant to improve the Bit Error Rate of the Wireless links used for V2I and V2V communications from 1 in 10^4 to 1 in 10^8  ...  Link enhancer allows the usage of commercial ATM switches in V2I and V2V wireless environments.  ... 
arXiv:0804.3814v1 fatcat:btqqiyelqnewbinb4fcfel372y

ATM-based TH-SSMA network for multimedia PCS

M.Z. Win, Xiaoxin Qiu, R.A. Scholtz, V.O.K. Li
1999 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
In this paper, an ATM network is used as the backbone network due to its high bandwidth, fast switching capability, flexibility, and well-developed infrastructure.  ...  A wireless virtual circuit (WVC) concept is proposed to improve the transmission efficiency and simplify the network control in the wireless subsystem.  ...  Generalizing the VC concept of ATM in the wireless scenario, there are two types of VC's in the network: a WVC connecting the portable units to EMSC and ATM VC's providing the connection in the fixed network  ... 
doi:10.1109/49.768198 fatcat:o77cx64gmvf6lpj7xhcffkwz5m
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