802.11 WLANs and IP Networking: Security, QoS, and Mobility by Neeli Prasad

By Neeli Prasad

Instant neighborhood region Networks (WLANs) provide practitioners a great way to accomplish community connectivity in tough wiring parts and supply stronger flexibility for relocating and increasing networks. at the present time the main serious WLAN/Wireless IP (Internet Protocol) concerns contain defense, mobility, and caliber of provider, and this sensible new source addresses those sizzling subject matters headon. The e-book supplies pros an outstanding realizing of vital criteria and provides quite a few networking recommendations for his or her difficult initiatives within the box. additionally, practitioners locate advice on deployment, insights on interworking with 3rd iteration cellular communications structures, and discussions out there and company features of WLANS.

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Mohr, and W. ), Third Generation Mobile Communication Systems, Norwood, MA: Artech House, 2000. [43] Prasad, R. ), Towards a Global 3G System: Advanced Mobile Communications in Europe, Volume 1, Norwood, MA: Artech House, 2001. Multimedia Introduction 27 [44] Prasad, R. ), Towards a Global 3G System: Advanced Mobile Communications in Europe, Volume 2, Norwood, MA: Artech House, 2001. , and R. Prasad, IP/ATM Mobile Satellite Networks, Norwood, MA: Artech House, 2001. , and R. Prasad, Simulation and Software Radio for Mobile Communications, Norwood, MA: Artech House, 2002.

Another important research topic is Software Defined Radio (SDR), which includes reconfigurability at every protocol layer [2]. 14 Personal network [98]. WLANs provide roaming within LANs, and work is going on towards further enhancement in this field. While WWANs provide roaming too, the challenge now is to provide seamless roaming from one system to another, from one location to another, and from one network provider to another. In terms of security, again both WLANs and WWANs have their own approach.

In terms of security, again both WLANs and WWANs have their own approach. The challenge is to provide the level of security required by the user while roaming from one system to another, user must get end-to-end security independent of any system, service provider, or location. Security also incorporates user authentication that can be related to another important issue: billing. Both security and roaming must be based on the kind of service a user is accessing [3]. The required QoS must be maintained when a user roams from one system to another.

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