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Basics of All-IP Networking

  • Mustafa Ergen
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Abstract

Today’s hierarchical architecture for cellular networks created in the circuitswitched era became inefficient in supporting real-time IP services. The shift to flat IP networks in cellular will deliver substantial cost and flexibility to mobile operation as well as address the increasing requirements of emerging applications.

This chapter is dedicated to examine the technology paths to the all-IP network (AIPN) starting from basics of IP technology and continuing with advanced components of next-generation networks, which are widely used to structure WiMAX, LTE, and UMB standards.

Keywords

Internet Protocol Session Initiation Protocol User Datagram Protocol Local Mobility Anchor Mobile Access Gateway 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mustafa Ergen
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  1. 1.BerkeleyUSA

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