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Advanced cost-effective long-delay broadband ATM medium access control technology and multifunctional architecture

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Markhasin, A.B. ; Dept. of Telecommun. Networks, Siberian Telecommun. Univ., Novosibirsk, Russia

The key problem on the way to future ATM public networks and mass market deployment of broadband and multimedia services is the implementation of low-cost distributed multifunctional ATM systems of personal access for mass usage. For designing the future ATM communication technologies of such networks it is necessary overcome at least three principal barriers: the first is the “time barrier” (concerning the hyperlong bit delay), the second is the “dynamic barrier” (concerning the bandwidth and QoS “on-the-fly” dynamic control), and the third is the “economic barrier” (concerning the low-cost and mass ATM market implementation). In this paper, new multi-access ATM communication technology for distributed hyperlong-delay multifunctional broadband networks is offered. The main ideas are: development of opportunities of the MAC ATM and carrying over the principles of the simple and inexpensive local areas LAN and WATM architecture down, to global areas-metropolitan, wide-area, and mobile satellite broadband ATM. This technology ensures to overcome these three barriers successfully

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Communications, 2001. ICC 2001. IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:6 )

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2001