Fixed/Mobile Convergence and Beyond

Fixed/Mobile Convergence and Beyond

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Mobile communications users are demanding increased reliability, functionality, and accessibility; they want qalways onq access to voice, e-mail, text, and multimedia services as they roam from home to auto to office to outdoor/indoor locations. In addition, there is an increasing deamnd to replace separate landline/mobile telephones with a single handset that can be used wherever its owner might be. Answering those customer needs, fixed/mobile convergence (FMC) marries the mobility provided by cellular networks with the extended connectivity provided by 802.11-based WiFi services and integrates them with landline networks using a single handset. This book provides the theoretical and practical background necessary to successfully plan, develop, and deploy effective FMC networks. This book discusses the various 802.11 and VoIP protocols used in FMC networks, open and proprietary communications protocols, integration of FMC networks to wired telephone networks, mobilizing applications such as text messaging and video, security issues, mobile handset requirements for FMC networks, and the administration/management of FMC networks. Special attention is given to selecting appropriate components for FMC, and numerous case histories and examples from the author's experience are provided. This book is an essential tutorial and reference for any RF/wireless, communications, and networking professional who will work with the next generation of wireless networks. CONTENTS: Chapter 1 Unbounded Mobile Communications Chapter 2 Mobile Communications - State of the Technology Chapter 3 Unbounded Mobile Communications - what is it? Chapter 4 UMC - an overview of the technology requirements a considerations Chapter 5 UMC - Current Market Solution Overview Chapter 6 UMC - Layer 1 a 2 - Media requirements Chapter 7 VoIP - Layer 3 a 4, the IP infrastructure Chapter 8 Voice Optimized Networks - the network orphan Chapter 9 Mobile Handset Solutions Chapter 10 Hotspot a Hotzone Access Chapter 11 Security considerations Chapter 12 PBX features a integration Chapter 13 UMC Management and Statute conformance considerations Chapter 14 Mobilizing applications Chapter 15 The Final Challenge - Sales/support channel considerations Chapter 16 Unbounded mobile communications - beyond FMC Glossary KEY FEATURES * Describes how to develop, deploy, and manage networks that seamlessly combine landline, cellular, and WiFi networks into one converged communications network. * Thorough coverage of various 802.11 and voice over internet protocol (VoIP) standards and how they impact integration with cellular networks. * Discusses security considerations and how to successfully manage converged networks. * Includes numerous case histories and examples from the author's experience---this is not a purely theoretical treatment of the subject!Cellular base station This approach requires a Manual handover between networks on the same dual-mode handset dual-mode phone. ... When the user gets to the edge of the selected transport network, he is alerted and can invoke a procedure that takes 10 to 15 seconds to hand over the call.11 ... 11An early Avaya one-X dual-mode client was an implementation that used a manual handover design.

Title:Fixed/Mobile Convergence and Beyond
Author: Richard Watson
Publisher:Newnes - 2008-10-09

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