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IDMP-based fast handoffs and paging in IP-based 4G mobile networks

A. Misra, S. Das, A. Dutta, A. McAuley, S.K. Das
2002 IEEE Communications Magazine  
We quantify the expected buffering requirements of our proposed multicasting scheme for typical 4G network characteristics and compare it with alternative IP-based fast handoff solutions.  ...  We first present IDMP's fast intra-domain handoff mechanism that uses a duration-limited, proactive packet 'multicasting' solution.  ...  Similar fast handoff mechanisms have also been proposed [10] for Mobile IPv6.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.989774 fatcat:bgg3mx5hvfgwdjlancgmtiezju

The MOMBASA Software Environment - A Toolkit for Performance Evaluation of Multicast-Based Mobility Support [chapter]

Andreas Festag, Lars Westerhoff, Adam Wolisz
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The MOMBASA Software Environment is targeted for researchers investigating the support of host mobility in IP-based cellular networks.  ...  The MOMBASA Software Environment is a toolkit that implements mobility-related functionalities complementing multicast protocols for multicast-based mobility support.  ...  The MOMBASA Software Environment provides a prototype implementation for multicast-based mobility support in all-IP cellular networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-46029-2_15 fatcat:cy2xikeupzhudlfz7bvbf5hsie

Mobile Multicast Support Using Old Foreign Agent (Mmofa)

Hamed Rajabi, Naser Nematbakhsh, Naser Movahediniya
2007 Zenodo  
IETF Mobile IP, that provides mobility for hosts in IP networks, proposes two approaches for mobile multicasting, namely, remote subscription (MIP-RS) and bi-directional tunneling (MIP-BT).  ...  In this paper, we propose a protocol called Mobile Multicast support using Old Foreign Agent (MMOFA) for Mobile Hosts.  ...  The authors are grateful to the Office for their support.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1058464 fatcat:tswuxoruyrhvtnhstu6ovglxya

A survey of Mobile IP in cellular and Mobile Ad-Hoc Network environments

Tin-Yu Wu, Ching-Yang Huang, Han-Chieh Chao
2005 Ad hoc networks  
Using the Mobile IP mechanism, handoff breaking would take place within a micro-mobility environment.  ...  We have mentioned that micro-mobility in a cellular environment would introduce a greater number of handoffs than before. The handoff probability drives the mobile IP mechanism due to signal changes.  ...  Neighborcasting: a fast handoff mechanism in wireless IP using neighboring foreign agent information [23, 24] The author in [23] proposed a NeighborCasting mechanism for fast handoff, as shown in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.adhoc.2003.09.011 fatcat:m6dok6nmn5a4hgyyv7rux24tla

Investigation of multicast-based mobility support in all-IP cellular networks

Andreas Festag, Holger Karl, Adam Wolisz
2007 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
The measurement results show that these multicast-based schemes improve handoff performance for high mobility in comparison to the reference cases: basic and hierarchical Mobile IP.  ...  IP-based cellular networks.  ...  The Mobile IP home agent encapsulates packets destined for the mobile host into multicast packets and sends these packets to multiple Mobile IP foreign agents.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcm.328 fatcat:ppjk4amdfneljpw4omhz6s2tue

A multicast-based protocol for IP mobility support

Ahmed Helmy
2000 Proceedings of NGC 2000 on Networked group communication - COMM '00  
In this study, we propose a multicast-based protocol to reduce latency and packet loss during handoff and provide the base for IP mobility support.  ...  On average, basic Mobile IP consumes almost twice as much network bandwidth, and experiences more than twice as much end-to-end and handoff delays, as does our proposed protocol.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This work is part of a collaboration project with Nortel Networks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/354644.354651 fatcat:2dbeaqovdjgolatoaiimryynci

Multicast-based Architecture for IP Mobility: Simulation Analysis and Comparison with Basic Mobile IP [article]

Ahmed Helmy
2000 arXiv   pre-print
Other studies have shown performance improvement by using multicast to reduce latency and packet loss during handoff. In this study, we propose a multicast-based architecture to support IP mobility.  ...  On average, basic Mobile IP consumes almost twice as much network bandwidth, and experiences more than twice as much end-to-end and handoff delays, as does our proposed architecture.  ...  Dynamics of the multicast tree provide for smooth handoff, efficient routing, and conservation of network bandwidth. We compare our architecture to the basic Mobile IP approach.  ... 
arXiv:cs/0006022v1 fatcat:cyski7lravdbjkowp7o6vmouwm

An Improved Handoff Technique for a Seamless Multimedia Services [chapter]

Seung-Won Lee, Hyeon-Ok Hong, Seong-Ho Park, Yong-Woon Park, Ki-Dong Chung
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
to mobile IP, for lcation-independent address setting.  ...  More specifically, we propose the smooth handoff scheme that minimizes the handoff delay.  ...  So, to support mobility in IP network, the unique address mechanism such as Mobile IP [3] is required.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30121-9_60 fatcat:7bj3dgnpojdzxpbildtco2q5by

An Improved Handoff Technique for a Seamless Multimedia Services [chapter]

Seung-Won Lee, Hyeon-Ok Hong, Seong-Ho Park, Yong-Woon Park, Ki-Dong Chung
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
to mobile IP, for lcation-independent address setting.  ...  More specifically, we propose the smooth handoff scheme that minimizes the handoff delay.  ...  So, to support mobility in IP network, the unique address mechanism such as Mobile IP [3] is required.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27866-5_125 fatcat:jckxgoaxpjdpnj37sbefhzfvji

Multicasting streaming media to mobile users

A. Dutta, J. Chennikara, W. Chen, O. Altintas, H. Schulzrinne
2003 IEEE Communications Magazine  
This article surveys a set of protocols and technologies that offer multicast-based services for streaming multimedia in a mobile environment.  ...  However, if the end hosts are mobile over heterogeneous wireless access networks, one needs to consider many operational issues such as network detection, handoff, join and leave latency, and desired level  ...  Mobile Multicast (MOM) [5] provides a mobility scheme for multicast multimedia sessions for wide area networking and adopts a Mobile IP-based approach.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2003.1235599 fatcat:ps3kf6436nh6hcrywsigrzqcxu

Handover Delay Optimization In PMIPv6 Domain Through Improved Update Latency

Farhana Ferdusi Liza, Khan Md Al-Farabi
2011 Daffodil International University Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences  
This paper proposes an efficient low update latency handover scheme for Proxy Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6)-a Network-based mobility management protocol.  ...  The solution has been verified by simulation in Network Simulator 2(NS2).  ...  These are based on hierarchical or multicast handoff mechanisms. C`aceres [11] obtained experimental results for the performance of a minimal hierarchical handoff scheme.  ... 
doi:10.3329/diujst.v6i1.9328 fatcat:5g456nyplfcg5g3dzwqjl3h3ja

Mobile multicast (MoM) protocol

Tim G. Harrison, Carey L. Williamson, Wayne L. Mackrell, Richard B. Bunt
1997 Proceedings of the 3rd annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Mobile computing and networking - MobiCom '97  
Thii paper describes a new protocol to support IP multicast for mobile hosts in an IP internetwork.  ...  It uses the basic unicast routing capability of IETF Mobile IP as a foundation, and leverages existing IP multicast to provide multicast services for mobile hosts as well.  ...  Acknowledgements Financial support for this research came from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) through grants OGP0121969, OGP0003707 and IOR152668, and from Telecommunications  ... 
doi:10.1145/262116.262143 dblp:conf/mobicom/HarrisonWMB97 fatcat:pvrj654hsjhvvnggkjp7xsfnja

A QoS Provision Architecture for Mobile IPv6 Using RSVP [chapter]

Zhaowei Qu, Choong Seon Hong
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) provides a signaling mechanism for end-to-end QoS in Integrated Services Internet.  ...  Provision of QoS in wireless networks is more complex than in wired networks because of frequent mobility of mobile users.  ...  In [8] , the protocol proposed by Zhang works by combining pre-provisioned RSVP tunnels with mobile IP routing mechanism.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45801-8_18 fatcat:zoxndbdiwzgt3pnmud7c53myva

A Novel Location Management Scheme and Routing Protocol for Group Communications in Cellular IP Networks

C.-C. YANG, C.-S. TSAI, K.-Y. LIN
2006 IEICE transactions on communications  
In this paper, a novel location management scheme called Distributed Group Tracking (DGT) for group communications in Cellular IP networks is proposed.  ...  In DGT, Base stations track each member of a group and build a share multicast routing tree called DGT-Tree for the group in a distributed manner.  ...  However, these mechanisms for supporting mobility make Mobile IP inadequate for high mobility users in which frequent handoff is the common case, and therefore Cellular IP [12] - [14] was proposed.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ietcom/e89-b.10.2696 fatcat:jrflylignfcpzcu6q6fxpy6hje

An Active Multicasting Mechanism for Mobile Hosts in Wireless Networking Environments

Ping WANG, Fuqiang LIU
2009 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
To support mobile multicasting in wireless networks, we present a new active multicasting mechanism which makes use of the state characteristic of multicast agent.  ...  In this mechanism, a multicast agent just locates the position for roaming hosts when it does not forward multicast packets.  ...  Introduction Mobile IP [1] provides an efficient and scalable mechanism for host mobility in the wireless network.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.e92.d.1826 fatcat:2zxuzxd4cjcapn7kccaixwsrhe
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