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IPv6 based infrastructure for wireless IP in multi-radio environments with quality of service support

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4 Author(s)
Lin Xu ; Nokia Res. Center, Finland ; Paila, T. ; Hansmann, W. ; Frank, M.

The European Union funded DRiVE project (dynamic radio for IP services in vehicular environments) aims at enabling spectrum-efficient high-quality wireless IP communication in a heterogeneous multi-radio environment to deliver in-vehicle multimedia services. The IPv6 based network architecture for IP over multi-radio access networks and traffic control aspects within the emerging DRiVE network plays a key role within the project. This paper gives an update of relevant changes of the DRiVE concepts compared to our previous report (see Lin Xu et al., Proc. LCN 2000, 25th Annual IEEE Conf. on Local Networks, 2000). It focuses on the system functions and network elements of the DRiVE IPv6 infrastructure and also considers the provision of quality of service

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Local Computer Networks, 2001. Proceedings. LCN 2001. 26th Annual IEEE Conference on

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2001

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