Signaling alternatives in a wireless ATM network
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
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The world of wireless telecommunications is rapidly changing. The capabilities of wireless networks are improving at a steady pace. This paper presents two possible protocols for implementing mobility for wireless users in an asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) network. The vision of the authors is of one "wireless ATM telecommunications network" that is capable of supporting a variety of today's applications with room to grow for advanced applications of the future. We first visit database architectures that can support mobility in a wireless ATM network. We then discuss one of two signaling architecture alternatives, the "overlay signaling," for overlay support of mobile users in the ATM-based wireless telecommunications network. "Overlay signaling" aims at minimizing the modification needed to the existing ATM protocols. We then describe a native "migratory signaling" approach that further integrates wireless and wireline users into one global wireless ATM network at the expense of requiring some modifications to the existing ATM protocols. A performance analysis of the proposed signaling architecture alternatives is also presented. We conclude by pointing out some challenges in merging ATM with wireless telecommunications.
KeywordsHandoff in wireless ATM networks
Mobility management in ATM networks
Wireless ATM networking
Personal communication systems
Wireless asynchronous transfer mode network (WATMnet)
Asynchronous transfer mode
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/49.553677
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