A Framework for Mobility and QoS Provisioning in IPv6 DECT Networks [chapter]

Sarantis Paskalis, Georgios Lampropoulos, Dimitris Skyrianoglou, Evangelos Zervas
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Internet Protocol suite is emerging as the ubiquitous communication platform for almost every conceivable information exchange. Hence, a worldwide effort to support IP functionality over any existing link technology has started, including the booming wireless industry. DECT is a well-standardized wireless access network technology, supporting high bitrate digital communications. Moreover, IPv6, the emerging Internet Protocol version, extends support for mobility, QoS, wireless nodes and
more » ... essing issues. We propose a framework for mobility and QoS provisioning in IPv6 DECT networks. Mobile IPv6 is deployed, in conjunction with standard DECT mobility procedures to provide a suitable environment for Internet users on the move. Furthermore, RSVP is utilized to handle QoS signaling.
doi:10.1007/3-540-38076-0_24 fatcat:ihs3qxkbjve73mzd7c5kggqas4