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Management of networks and services in a composite radio context

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This article adopts the assumption that different wireless access technologies (e.g., UMTS, HIPERLAN2, and DVB-T) can be cooperating components of a composite radio infrastructure. The coordinated management of services and network in this heterogeneous context is a complex task. This article presents a service and network resource management platform for wireless systems that operate in a composite radio context. Aspects addressed are the requirements, high-level platform design, functionality of the components that conduct monitoring, resource brokerage, service management, and network resource optimization. Indicative results are presented and concluding remarks provided.

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IEEE Wireless Communications  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 4 )