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Hyperlong medium adaptive multiple access with dynamic control of the traffic and service quality for mobile satellite ATM networks

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1 Author(s)
Markhasin, A.B. ; Siberian State Acad. of Telecommun., Novosibirsk, Russia

Summary form only given. Promising prospects for the transition to integrated broadband information technologies in the 21st Century i.e. B-ISDN, B-Internet, multimedia services etc. are dependent on the development of ATM. Impressive results concerning the establishment of high-speed ATM transport lines, platforms and fixed access networks with centralized architectures have already been achieved. However centralized ATM architectures are used mainly in transport and corporate networks as their cost is unacceptable for deployment in mass public networks. The key problem on the way to integrated broadband ATM public networks is the implementation of inexpensive distributed ATM systems for access to broadband integrated services. Active elaboration of such 3rd generation wireless (WLAN) and mobile broadband (MBS, WATM) systems with radio coverage of highly urbanized local areas is being conducted within the framework of the European ACTS Program. The universal adaptive method of ATM access to various hyperlong media and efficient methods concerning dynamic control of bandwidth distribution, traffic parameters and service quality which provide an increase in radio coverage up to the size of metropolitan (MAN), wide-area (WAN) and satellite (GM PCS) networks are discussed. The architectural basis of universal multifunctional ATM networks for subscriber access to B-ISDN, B-Internet, multimedia services on radio, optical, optical-fiber and satellite channels with flexible and distributed architecture is developed on the basis of the proposed methods

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Satellite Communications, 1998. ICSC '98. The Third International Conference on

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22-24 Sep 1998