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A novel architecture for remote home automation e-services on an OSGi platform via high-speed Internet connection ensuring QoS support by using RSVP technology

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5 Author(s)
E. Topalis ; Appl. Electron. Lab., Patras Univ., Greece ; L. Mandalos ; S. Koubias ; G. Papadopoulos
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This paper discusses a novel architecture for remote home automation networks e-services on an OSGi platform via high speed Internet connections ensuring QoS support. These connections can be ADSL links, an emerging technology which provides the user of the local loop with broadband speeds. Since ADSL is a technology in the local loop, the presence of a signaling mechanism based on RSVP is necessary to maintain the high speed links through the network. So, a remote enduser who manages a home automation network can use an ADSL connection to assure the home automation e-services. Thus, guaranteed bandwidth as well as limited delay advances services can be achieved.

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IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 4 )