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New Generation of IP-Phone Enabled Mobile Devices [chapter]

Michimune Kohno, Jun Rekimoto
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
doi:10.1007/3-540-45756-9_31 fatcat:6b3426ommjex5dkeuicsiuxh2u

Wi-Call : use LAN for calling

Rohit Sen
2014 IOSR Journal of Engineering  
Everyone has Wi-Fi enabled device, and these Wi-Fi enable devices work as IP phones, how these devices communicate with each other over Wi-Fi LAN is discussed in this paper.  ...  In the present day the use of Wi-Fi in mobile devices is increasing day by day.  ...  Mobile devices play the powerful role in communication .Every fond of these devices and the use of these device are increasing day by day new features is been added into this instrument .We are going to  ... 
doi:10.9790/3021-04941721 fatcat:gzwtnit5ercs7ckbwhjprp75ty

Mobile internet enabled sensors using mobile phones as access network

Jerker Delsing, Per Lindgren, Åke Östmark
2004 Journal of Information Technology in Construction  
Since a few years most new mobile phones are equipped with Bluetooth technology making a mobile phone capable of connecting to 7 other Bluetooth devices.  ...  The mobile connection of such devices to the global Internet in a simple and cheap way is of particular interest.  ...  This architecture will enable up to 7 small EIS devices to be directly connected via Bluetooth to a mobile phone.  ... 
dblp:journals/itcon/DelsingLO04 fatcat:w5ketyrduzeljdcx4qbfopuc7q

Performance Monitoring and Analysis of Wireless Communication Protocols for Mobile Devices

Almudena Díaz, Pedro Merino, F. Javier Rivas
2006 International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing  
Fixed to mobile convergence is a very promising field due to the success in recent years of mobile devices such as smart phones and PDAs.  ...  In this paper we present the development of a new tool which aims to capture and analyze traffic from different protocols and access technologies in existing mobile devices.  ...  In addition, mobile networks are increasingly open, and include new functionalities like IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) to support the deployment of new IP based mobile services.  ... 
dblp:conf/icuc/DiazMR06 fatcat:temznzdqbvee7cawu6oqih4ycq

All-IP Based Ultra 3G Network/Service Development in a Competitive Market [chapter]

Yutaka Yasuda
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
FMC (Fixed Mobile Convergence) is a key concept of NGN (Next generation Network) and KDDI announced the Ultra 3G concept based on all-IP network configuration, 3 years ago.  ...  Now, the Ultra 3G concept has evolved toward FMBC (Fixed Mobile Broadcast Convergence). This talk introduces how KDDI has been swiftly and reliably developing all-IP based networks and FMBC services.  ...  generation mobile phone systems such as "EV-DO Rev.A" (launched in December 2006), wireless LAN, new wireless systems such as mobile WiMAX and beyond 3G mobile network, and wired accesses such as ADSL  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-68524-1_1 fatcat:4gwjmmhqkvhzdigy3icojyhb3y

Automation of Smartphone Traffic Generation in a Virtualized Environment [article]

Tanya Jha, Rashmi Shetty
2015 arXiv   pre-print
Scalable and comprehensive analysis of rapidly evolving mobile device application traffic is extremely important but a challenging problem for the Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engines to perform effective  ...  We present a test framework in which a test driver can automate/orchestrate traffic generation by invoking appropriate method (intent) of real mobile applications (as opposed to traffic replay) in regression  ...  Challenges: • The explosion of smartphones, tablet computers, and other wireless-enabled devices, coupled with the availability of thousands of new applications that leverage IP-based mobile data networks  ... 
arXiv:1510.07830v1 fatcat:g7nt75szjjckrenvn5q7qgz3xm

The Wireless World Web

C. Keramane
2000 IEEE Multimedia  
Thus he spoke, and Mercury, guide and guardian, slayer of Argus, did as he was told.  ...  skimmed like a cormorant that flies fishing every hole and corner of the ocean, and drenching its thick plumage in the spray.  ...  This article expresses my views only and not necessarily those of Ericsson.  ... 
doi:10.1109/93.848418 fatcat:yq2l5n5pxjeqfcg2gdeqa7oh4i

Pervasive Java, Part II

S. Helal
2002 IEEE pervasive computing  
Phones can be serviced with routable, static IPs (a form of mobile IP), which lets the phones serve as both mobile application clients and as mobile servers.  ...  In one of the most ambitious efforts yet to use Java in cell phones, mobile phone maker Nokia has announced that it will ship 50 million Java-enabled mobile phones by the end of 2002 and 100 million by  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2002.1012342 fatcat:ckmqo6zg7nb6bhd35iu4g4da2u

THE CO-EXISTENCE OF IPV6 AND IPV4 IN THE U.S.A

2005 Issues in Information Systems  
., new technologies will cause such a shortage. Such technologies are mobile phones, wireless communications, voice/video transmissions, and connecting household appliances to the Internet.  ...  While IPv4 was design to handle text data, IPv6 is better suited to handle voice/video data and mobile nodes. These new technical demands will require the implementation of IPv6 in the U.S.A.  ...  To address the shortage of IP addresses due to new wireless/mobile devices, IPv6 will be implemented for these new devices.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2005_352-357 fatcat:v4bozqhvabfmnexlpod4ib3hme

Bluetooth: an enabler for personal area networking

P. Johansson, M. Kazantzidis, R. Kapoor, M. Gerla
2001 IEEE Network  
Moreover, access to the Internet via a (public) wireless LAN access point and/or via a 3G UMTS mobile phone would enable the PAN to be constantly online.  ...  We find ourselves today often carrying numerous portable electronic devices, such a s notebook computers, mobile phones, PDAs, digital cameras, and mp3/MD/DVD players, used to help and entertain US in  ...  The combination of wide-area IP connec-tivity via 3G (mobile phone) access and personal area connectivity in the PAN presents new opportunities for the user on the go.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.953231 fatcat:erguuiikk5fjtkqvmuqeau6gzm

Software Defined Network (SDN) and OpenFlow Protocol in 5G Network

Khaled Alghamdi, Robin Braun
2020 Communications and Network  
Further, in Mobile IP, there exist triangulation problems between the sending and receiving nodes along with latency issues during handoff for the mobile nodes causing huge burden in the network.  ...  This paper will analyze the use of Software Defined Network (SDN) in a 5G (fifth generation) network that can be faster and reliable.  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4236/cn.2020.121002 fatcat:wck4zgrkbzhrjf744ihn6kndri

Will proposed standard make mobile phones more secure?

N. Leavitt
2005 Computer  
Meanwhile, Schoen said, customers may be angry about the IP and application-download restrictions that TPMs enable. Mobile phone users, he explained, expect a lot of freedom with their devices.  ...  This could lead to new services for customers and generate revenue for content owners and cellular service providers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2005.424 fatcat:2dmh74koobebjkzieejtl6anua

A Technology Overview of IP Based 4G-Networks

Payaswini P Payaswini P, Dr. Manjaiah D.H Dr. Manjaiah D.H
2012 International Journal of Scientific Research  
The migration of 4G mobile communication systems towards an Internet Protocol (IP)-based wireless networks will also be discussed.  ...  One of the research challenges for 4G-Network is the design of intelligent mobility management techniques to achieve global roaming among various access technologies.  ...  that 4G will be more compatible with internet capabilities [5]. 4G-networks basics The fourth generation of mobile networks will truly turn the current mobile phone networks, in to end to end IP based  ... 
doi:10.15373/22778179/june2013/36 fatcat:6vgasobqarfaxljo6tp2xqdtci

SNUFF: LOCATION TRACKING TOOL

2021 International journal of engineering sciences & research technology  
In the present scenario it is observed that 66.60 percent population of the world has a mobile device (cell phones, tablets and other mobile devices).  ...  To hold-up and to trace the criminals, the investigation agencies try to find out the locations of the criminals by tracing their mobile numbers using CDR analysis, IP address analysis and other methods  ...  The SNUFF ( fig.1 ) traces the location of mobile device by enabling the GPS of the mobile phone and extracts the longitude and latitude [7] of particular place.  ... 
doi:10.29121/ijesrt.v10.i3.2021.12 fatcat:aujk5xorpjgtbjnkzjunpf4buu

Evolving to seamless all-IP wireless/mobile networks [Guest Editorial]

S.S. Dixit
2001 IEEE Communications Magazine  
With over one billion mobile phone users (plus more including PDA users) projected by the end of 2002, it is anticipated that the mobile handheld device will become the predominant user terminal of choice  ...  In fact, already there are more mobile phones than PCs, and these are being enabled for Internet access, allowing large numbers of people all over the world to reap the benefits of the information age.  ...  With over one billion mobile phone users (plus more including PDA users) projected by the end of 2002, it is anticipated that the mobile handheld device will become the predominant user terminal of choice  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2001.968809 fatcat:ussrdbxh3vegbc6j3nhnyejsf4
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