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We consider the use of our previously proposed Intra-Domain Mobility Management Protocol (IDMP) in fourth-generation mobile networks. On evaluating the heterogeneous access technologies, cellular layouts, and application characteristics of 4G environments, we realize a need to reduce both handoff latency and the frequency of mobility-related signaling. We first present IDMP's fast intradomain handoff mechanism that uses a duration-limited proactive packet multicasting solution. 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 also present a paging scheme under IDMP that replicates the current cellular paging structure. Our paging mechanism supports generic paging strategies and can significantly reduce the mobility-related IP signaling load
Cellular radio systems, Code division multiple access, Communication systems, Computer architecture, Network protocols, Signal systems, Wind tunnels, Wireless telecommunication systems
Software and Cyber-Physical Systems
2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond: Proceedings, May 30-June 2, San Francisco
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MISRA, Archan; DAS, Subir; DUTTA, Ashutosh; and DAS, Sajal K..
IDMP-based Fast Handoffs and Paging in IP-based Cellular Networks. (2001). 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond: Proceedings, May 30-June 2, San Francisco. 427-432. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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