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This paper proposes wireless LAN (WLAN)-based GPRS Support Node (WGSN), as a solution for integrating Third Generation (3G) and WLAN services. ... For an MS-terminated application, a push mechanism is implemented in WGSN, which automatically activates the application at the MS side. ... This paper proposes a Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS)  and WLAN interworking solution called WLAN-based GPRS Support Node (WGSN). ...doi:10.1093/comjnl/47.4.405 fatcat:t5mjsodfnjeshckarbojkc42kq
This result implies that to ensure good E[N ] performance, the SIP UA activation mechanism must be designed such that the activation time is shorter than 0.03125 times the intercall arrival time. ... This result implies that to ensure good E[N ] performance, the SIP UA activation mechanism must be designed such that the activation time is shorter than 0.03125 times the intercall arrival time. ...doi:10.1093/comjnl/47.5.624 fatcat:j3p2t6tmmndinhwdzbfkppsepa
To address this issue, a push mechanism called session initiation protocol (SIP)-based push center (SPC) was implemented in the WGSN node. ... In this paper, we propose a universal mobile telecommunications system (UMTS) and a wireless LAN (WLAN) interworking solution called WLAN-based general packet radio service (GPRS) support node (WGSN), ... In  , we proposed an UMTS and WLAN interworking solution called WLAN-based GPRS support node (WGSN). ...doi:10.1109/tvt.2005.861165 fatcat:mkmrk54en5gb7lcyew6qf4z43u