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IP Networking over Next-Generation Satellite Systems

International Workshop, Budapest, July 2007

By Linghang Fan , Haitham Cruickshank , Zhili Sun

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-3877-5427-7
  • 396 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: December 19, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $183.00
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Full Description
With the boom of Internet, IP-based applications, such as WWW and multimedia, bave been an essential part of our life, and there is an ever-increasing demand for accessing high-speed Internet services anywhere and anytime. This trend unavoidably has huge impacts on the design of the next-generation satellite systems. On the other hand, with its broadcasting nature and unique coverage, satellite systems also can play an important role in the next-generation Internet. For example, satellite systems can be a good driver for the deployment of IPv6 in the Internet, and can provide a fast way to reach end-users because they do not rely on construction of a high-speed terrestrial networks. The workshop proceedings will focus on the IP networking of next-generation satellite systems. Topics include IPv6 over satellites, new architectures of next-generation satellite systems, satellite and terrestrial network integration, network monitoring and measurement, and perfmance enhancement.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. New Architecture for Next Generation Broadband Satellite Systems
  2. the Satsix Approach.
  3. SATLIFE: A Big Step into the Enhancement of the Regenerative Satellite Generation.
  4. SATSIX Satellite System and Network.
  5. Fast IP Handover Between Satellite Network and Wireless LAN Network for high
  6. speed trains.
  7. SATSIX Mobility Architecture and its Performance Evaluation.
  8. Cross
  9. Layer Anticipation of Resources Allocatino for Multimedia Applicatinos over DVB
  10. RCS Based on SIP Signalling.
  11. Radio Resource Management for Next Generation DVB
  12. RCS Systems.
  13. SATSIX: A Network Architecture for Next Generation DVB
  14. RCS Systemes.
  15. Interworking Strategy Between DVB
  16. RCS and WiMAX.
  17. Performance and Quality of Video Network with the Actual Satellite Transmission Market.
  18. The Use of Novel Satellite Broadcast Technologies for the Provision of Integrated Services.
  19. Service Integration in Satlife Regenerative Network.
  20. A Novel QoS Architecture in Next Generation Broadband Satellite Systems.
  21. SatSix and Recent Standardisation Results in ETSI Broadband Satellite Multimedia (BSM) Networks.
  22. IPv6 Networking Over Satellite For Mobile User Groups.
  23. Multicast Architecture for IPv6 over DVB
  24. RCS Satellite Networks.
  25. PLATINE: DVB
  26. S2/RCS Enhanced Testbed for Next Generation Satellite Networks.
  27. Overview ofthe SATSIX Trials.
  28. ULE Link Layer Security for DVB Networks.
  29. Secure Multicast in the Broadband Satellite Multimedia Networks.
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