Fourth-Generation Wireless Networks: Applications and Innovations | by Sasan Adibi, Amin Mobasher and Mostafa Tofighbakhsh (eds) | 2010 | ISBN: 9781615206742. PERSONAL WIRELESS BROADBAND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. 4G WIRELESS SYSTEMS. 4G Mobile Communication Networks. IP-Based Next Generation Radio Access Network. Long Term Evolution (LTE). WiMAX Mesh Network.

Fourth-Generation Wireless Networks: Applications and Innovations

by Sasan Adibi, Amin Mobasher and Mostafa Tofighbakhsh (eds)
2010 (836 pages)
ISBN:9781615206742

Presenting a vision for the coming years, this book explores the resulting challenges and technical opportunities that will arise in creating and delivering 4G networks for the emerging applications and services.

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Fourth-Generation Wireless Networks—Applications and Innovations







Foreword—Wireless Communication—History and Visions
HOW DID WE ARRIVE AT OUR CURRENT STATE OF THE ART?
THE ROLE OF STANDARDS IN INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION
WHAT’S NEXT?
REFERENCES

Preface
Section 1 – Network Architectures
Roadmaps and Architectural Models
Chapter 1 – Evolution of Personal Wireless Broadband Services from 3G to 4G
ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: PERSONAL WIRELESS BROADBAND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
3: STANDARDS OF WIRELESS BROADBAND SYSTEMS
4: WHAT IS 3GPP?
5: WHY 3GPP2?
6: UMTS AND 3G
7: 3GPP LTE/3GPP2 LTE AND THE ROAD AHEAD
8: FEATURES OF 4G WIRELESS SYSTEMS
9: ARCHITECTURE OF 4G
10: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 3G AND 4G
11: THE IMPACT OF 4G ON OTHER SYSTEMS
12: CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 2 – A New Global Ubiquitous Consumer Environment for 4G Wireless Communications
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
UCWW AND THE NEW CONSUMER-CENTRIC BUSINESS MODEL (CBM)
THIRD-PARTY AUTHENTICATION, AUTHORIZATION AND ACCOUNTING (3P-AAA)
THIRD-PARTY CHARGING AND BILLING (3P-C&B)
SERVICE ADVERTISEMENT, DISCOVERY, AND ASSOCIATION (ADA) AND WIRELESS BILLBOARD CHANNELS (WBCS)
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
ADDITIONAL READING
ENDNOTES

Chapter 3 – 4G Access Network Architecture
ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: OVERVIEW OF WIRELESS NETWORK ARCHITECTURES
3: ADVANCED NETWORK ARCHITECTURES
4: IP-TRIGGERED RESOURCE ALLOCATION STRATEGY (ITRAS)
5: CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
ADDITIONAL READING
ENDNOTE




Chapter 4 – Architecture for IP-Based Next Generation Radio Access Network
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
WIRELESS ROUTER ARCHITECTURE
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 5 – Long Term Evolution (LTE)—An IPv6 Perspective
ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION TO IPV6
2: LTE AND IPV6
3: IMS-IPV6 MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM
CONCLUSION
GLOSSARY
REFERENCES

Chapter 6 – HWN* Framework towards 4G Mobile Communication Networks
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
HYBRID WIRELESS NETWORK: CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
HWN* MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK AND ALGORITHMS
HWN* SIMULATIONS
HWN* KEY EVALUATION RESULTS
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Forthcoming 4G Challenges—Problems and Solutions
Chapter 7 – User Experience in 4G Networks
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
USER PERCEPTION IN 4G NETWORKS
EXPERIMENTS AND RESULTS
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 8 – Fourth Generation Networks—Adoption and Dangers
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
4G MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
MIGRATION TO 4G
STANDARDIZATION MOVES
CHALLENGES TO 4G VISION
TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS FOR 4G
MOBILE/WIRELESS GRIDS FOR 4G MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
CURRENT RESEARCH FOR MOBILITY MANAGEMENT IN 4G
SECURITY ISSUES IN 4G AND WIRELESS SECURITY
RESEARCH REQUIRED FOR 4G WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 9 – Potential Scenarios and Drivers of the 4G Evolution
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
4G TECHNOLOGIES
WIMAX VS. LTE
4G READINESS ASSESSMENT
DISCUSSION
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 10 – Knowledge Sharing to Improve Routing and Future 4G Networks
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
WHY DO WE NEED NEW ROUTING MECHANISMS?
NEW ROUTING AND CLASSIFICATION
SOCIAL OVERLAY NETWORKS
POLICIES FOR UNTRADITIONAL ROUTING
ANALYSES OF UNTRADITIONAL ROUTING
COMPARING INNOVATION ROUTING AND 4G REQUIREMENTS
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
ENDNOTES

Next Generation Technologies
Chapter 11 – Personal Environments—Towards Cooperative 4G Services

ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: COOPERATIVE PERSONAL/GROUP SERVICES IN 4G
3: COOPERATION IN THE PUE
4: TECHNICAL DIMENSION: ROUTING, A PRACTICAL ENABLER OF COOPERATION IN 4G
5: LIMITS AND POTENTIALS OF COOPERATION IN PUE: A SOCIO-TECHNICAL DIMENSION
6: SUMMARY
REFERENCES

Chapter 12 – Next Generation Broadband Services from High Altitude Platforms
ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: SCENARIOS OF DELIVERING BROADBAND SERVICES FROM HAPS AND COEXISTENCE PERFORMANCE
3: HAP AND TERRESTRIAL SYSTEM COEXISTENCE PERFORMANCE
4: COEXISTENCE TECHNIQUES OF HAP AND TERRESTRIAL SYSTEMS
5: CONCLUSION AND FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
REFERENCES

Chapter 13 – Radio-over-Fibre Networks for 4G
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
RADIO-OVER-FIBRE TRANSMISSION
EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Section 2 – Radio Access Protocols
Scheduling and Quality of Service
Chapter 14 – MAC Protocol of WiMAX Mesh Network

ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: FRAME STRUCTURE
3: NETWORK CONFIGURATION
4: NETWORK ENTRY
5: SCHEDULING ALGORITHMS
6: DISTRIBUTED ADAPTIVE TIME SLOT ALLOCATION
7: MARITIME WIMAX MESH NETWORKING
8: CONCLUSION
REFERENCE

Chapter 15 – Advanced Scheduling Schemes in 4G Systems
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
ADVANCED SCHEDULING SCHEMES IN 4G SYSTEMS
BASIC SCHEDULING ALGORITHMS IN 4G NETWORKS
PACKET SCHEDULING ALGORITHMS FOR 4G NETWORKS
GAME THEORETIC FRAMEWORK FOR ADVANCED SCHEDULING
FUTURE RESEARCH SCOPE
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 16 – End-to-End Quality of Service in Evolved Packet Systems
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
INTRODUCTION TO EPS QOS
EPS QOS MODELING
4G NETWORKS AND FURTHER RESEARCH
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Mobility and Handover
Chapter 17 – An End-to-End QoS Framework for Vehicular Mobile Networks
ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: NEMO-BSP OPERATION AND ARCHITECTURE
3: PROBLEM STATEMENT
4: END-TO-END QOS ARCHITECTURE DESIGN
5: INTELLIGENT ROUTE CONTROL
6: SIMULATION AND RESULTS
7: SUMMARY
REFERENCES

Chapter 18 – LTE Mobility Solutions at Network Level for Global Convergence
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
ALL-IP MOBILE NETWORKS: GLOBAL MOBILITY MANAGEMENT
ALL-IP MOBILE NETWORKS: LOCAL MOBILITY MANAGEMENT
MOBILITY MANAGEMENT IN LTE NETWORKS
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 19 – Handover Optimization for 4G Wireless Networks
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
STATE-OF-THE-ART TRENDS FOR HANDOVERS
ON OPTIMIZING HANDOVER PERFORMANCE FOR 4G WIRELESS NETWORKS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Cross-Layer Designs
Chapter 20 – Survey of Cross-Layer Optimization Techniques for Wireless Networks

ABSTRACT
CURRENT PRINCIPLES FOR CROSS-LAYER DESIGN
CATEGORIES FOR CROSS-LAYER DESIGN PROPOSALS AND IMPLEMENTATION METHODS
ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH CROSS-LAYER DESIGN IN TERMS OF QOS, MOBILITY, AND SECURITY
CHALLENGES TO APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES
CROSS-LAYER DESIGN FOR THE NEXT GENERATION WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
SUMMARY
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES




Chapter 21 – Cross-Layer Joint Optimization of Multimedia Transmissions over IP Based Wireless Networks
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
CROSS-LAYER JOINT OPTIMISATION FOR MULTIMEDIA TRANSMISSION OVER AN IP WIRELESS LINK
OPTIMISATION OF THE END-TO-END COMMUNICATION CHAIN BY INSERTION OF MODIFICATIONS IN THE DIFFERENT MODULES
INSERTION OF INTELLIGENT CONTROLLERS FOR CROSS-LAYER DESIGN
NUMERICAL RESULTS
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
ENDNOTES

Chapter 22 – Video Streaming Based Services over 4G Networks—Challenges and Solutions
ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: VIDEO STREAMING SERVICES IN 4G NETWORKS
3: OUR CROSS LAYER STRATEGY FOR EFFICIENT VIDEO STREAMING
4: FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
5: CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
ADDITIONAL READINGS




Section 3 – Physical Layer Advances
Advanced Multiple Access Transmission Schemes
Chapter 23 – Aspects of OFDM-Based 3G LTE Terminal Implementation

ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: OVERVIEW OF LTE AND LTE-ADVANCED
3: SYNCHRONIZATION AND CELL IDENTIFICATION
4: CHANNEL ESTIMATION
5: EQUALIZATION AND DETECTION
6: CHANNEL CODING AND DECODING
7: CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
ENDNOTES

Chapter 24 – The Use of Orthogonal Frequency Code Division (OFCD) Multiplexing in Wireless Mesh Network (WMN)
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
COMBINING DIFFERENT MULTIPLE ACCESS SCHEMES
FUTURE RESEARCH IN WMN
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 25 – A New Approach to BSOFDM—Parallel Concatenated Spreading Matrices OFDM
1: ABSTRACT
2: INTRODUCTION
3: PARALLEL CONCATENATED SPREADING MATRICES OFDM
4: SYSTEM DESCRIPTION OF PCSM-OFDM
5: HIGHER ORDER PARALLEL CONCATENATED SPREADING MATRICES OFDM
6: FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
7: CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 26 – The Next Generation CDMA Technology for Futuristic Wireless Communications—Why Complementary Codes?
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
WHY COMPLEMENTARY CODES?
DIFFERENT TYPES OF COMPLEMENTARY CODES
SYSTEM MODEL FOR PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
INTERFERENCE-FREE OPERATION IN NG-CDMA SYSTEM
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
TECHNICAL FEATURES OF NG-CDMA TECHNOLOGY
CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
ENDNOTE

Enhanced Decoding Techniques
Chapter 27 – Configurable and Scalable Turbo Decoder for 4G Wireless Receivers

ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
MULTI-STANDARD TURBO DECODER ARCHITECTURE
TURBO INTERNAL INTERLEAVER ARCHITECTURE
PARALLEL TURBO DECODING
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES

Chapter 28 – Parallel Soft Spherical Detection for Coded MIMO Systems
ABSTRACT
1: INTRODUCTION
2: BACKGROUND ON MIMO DECODING
3: PARALLEL LIST SPHERE DETECTOR
4: CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
ENDNOTES

Collaboration and Capacity
Chapter 29 – Capacity Estimation of OFDMA-Based Wireless Cellular Networks

ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
ANALYTICAL INTERFERENCE MODEL FOR OFDMA-BASED CELLULAR NETWORKS
MOBILE WIMAX EXAMPLE
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

Chapter 30 – Wireless Collaboration—Maximizing Diversity through Relaying
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
TWO-PHASE COMMUNICATION
PERFORMANCE RESULTS OF COLLABORATIVE COMMUNICATIONS
COLLABORATIVE COMMUNICATIONS WITH POWER ALLOCATION
MULTIPLE RELAYS
FUTURE WORK
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
ADDITIONAL READING

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