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802.11 WLANS and IP Networking

802.11 WLANS and IP Networking

By (author)s: Neeli Prasad, Anand Prasad
Copyright: 2005
Pages: 330
ISBN: 9781580537902

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Fully addressing the most critical WLAN and Wireless IP issues in the industry today, this practical new resource focuses on the areas of security, mobility, and QoS improvement. The book gives you a solid understanding of IEEE 802.11 standards and presents solutions discussed by the IEEE 802.11 standardization committee, including those that can be provided at the IP layer. Moreover, the book provides guidance on deployment, insights on interworking with 3G mobile communications systems, and discussions on the market and business aspects of WLANS. From basic WLAN and Wireless IP concepts and the current status of IEEE 802.11, to WLAN deployment and integration with GPRS and UMTS and the future role of WLAN in beyond 3G and 4G systems, this authoritative reference presents a thorough overview of the key issues and possible solutions for WLANs from layer-1 to layer-3 and higher protocol layers, wherever necessary. The book is generously supported with over 120 illustrations.
Preface. Acknowledgement. Introduction - Basic Concept of WLANs. Benefits of WLANs. Basic Concept of Wireless IP. Market Trend. Requirements on WLANs. Issues. Future Directions. ; Market and Business Case -Introduction. Market Development. Forces in Motion. Business Case. Future Growth. ; IEEE 802.11 - IEEE 802 Standardization Process. Overview of IEEE 802 Activities. IEEE 802 Current Activities. Basic IEEE 802.11. Medium Access Control Layer. IEEE 802.11 Physical Layers. IEEE 802.11b. IEEE 802.11a. New PHY: IEEE 802.11g. Security: IEEE 802.11i. QoS: IEEE 802.e. IAPP: IEEE 802.11f. Other IEEE 802.11 Activities. ; Security - Security Threats and Goals. Related Information. IEEE 802.11 Security Issues. Countermeasures. WPA and IEEE 802.11i RSN. Comparison. ; Quality of Service -Introduction. Voice Communications Requirement. Limitations of Legacy 802.11 MAC. QoS Support Mechanism of 802.11e. Other QoS Related IEEE 802.11 Standards. QoS Requirements for Heterogeneous traffic. Signaling and Control Protocols. Media Gateway Protocols. Network-Level QoS. QoS Support across Heterogeneous Access Networks. Voice over WLAN Products. ; Roaming, Handover and Mobility - Handover and Mobility Management. IEEE 802.11 Handover Scenarios. IEEE 802.11 Roaming. Inter Access Point Protocol: IEE 802.11f. IEEE 802.11 Handover Delays. IP Mobility. Higher Layer Mobility. Roaming in Public WLAN. Fast Handover in WLAN. ; WLAN Deployment and Integration - Deployment Issues and Requirements. System Considerations. WLAN MAC and PHY Layer Deployment. Corporate WLAN Deployment. Public WLAN Deployment. Operator Owned Public WLAN Solutions. Secure Network Management. 3GPP: WLAN Deployment Architecture. Conclusions. ; Future Generation Communications -Introduction. The Need for Future. Defining the Future. Technologies. A Lesson to Learn. Other Technologies. Future Development. IEEE 802 Activities towards Future. Standardization and Regulations. Conclusions. ; List of Abbreviations. About Authors. Index.;
  • Neeli Prasad Neeli Prasad is an associate professor at the Center for TeleInFrastruktur (CTIF), Aalborg University, Denmark. She received her Ph.D. in adaptive security for wireless heterogeneous networks from the University of Rome 'Tor Vergata', Italy.
  • Anand Prasad Anand Prasad is a senior researcher at DoCoMo Euro-Labs, Munich, Germany. He earned his Ph.D. for studies on IP-based WLANs: protocols, security and deployment at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
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