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Design, implementation, and evaluation of cellular IP

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6 Author(s)
Campbell, A.T. ; Columbia Univ., New York, NY, USA ; Gomez, J. ; Kim, S. ; Valko, A.G.
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Wireless access to Internet services will become typical, rather than the exception as it is today. Such a vision presents great demands on mobile networks. Mobile IP represents a simple and scalable global mobility solution but lacks the support for fast handoff control and paging found in cellular telephony networks. In contrast, second- and third-generation cellular systems offer seamless mobility support but are built on complex and costly connection-oriented networking infrastructure that lacks the inherent flexibility, robustness, and scalability found in IP networks. In this article we present cellular IP, a micro-mobility protocol that provides seamless mobility support in limited geographical areas. Cellular IP, which incorporates a number of important cellular system design principles such as paging in support of passive connectivity, is built on a foundation of IP forwarding, minimal signaling, and soft-state location management. We discuss the design, implementation, and evaluation of a cellular IP testbed developed at Columbia University over the past several years. Built on a simple, low-cost, plug-and-play systems paradigm, cellular IP software enables the construction of arbitrary-sized access networks scaling from picocellular to metropolitan area networks

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Personal Communications, IEEE  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 4 )