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1 Preface p. xxv Acknowledgments p. xxix Wireless Data-Introduction p. 1 Wireless Voice p. 2 Fixed Minimum Bandwidth p. 2 Vague Definition of Service Quality p. 3 Delay Requirements p. 4 Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) p. 5 Ad Hoc WLAN p. 5 Infrastructure WLAN p. 6 Wide Area Cellular Networks p. 7 Fixed Wireless Networks p. 8 Personal Area Networks p. 10 Satellite-Based Data Networks p. 10 Mobile IP p. 12 The Wireless Spectrum p. 13 Licensed and License-Free Bands p. 14 Low-Power Wireless Data Systems p. 14 Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) p. 14 The ISM Band p. 15 U-NII Spectrum p. 16 Cellular Systems' Spectrum p. 16 Fixed Wireless Systems p. 17 Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks (WMAN) p. 20 Satellite Data Communications p. 20 References p. 21 Reference Architectures for Wireless Data Networks p. 23 Bluetooth p. 24 Bluetooth Radio p. 25 Baseband Layer p. 26 Link Management Protocol (LMP) p. 26 Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol Layer (L2CAP) p. 26 Bluetooth Profiles p. 26 IEEE p. 27 Physical Layer (PHY) p. 29 Medium Access Control (MAC) Sublayer p. 30 Layer and Station Management Planes p. 31 HIPERLAN/2 p. 32 Physical Layer p. 32 Data Link Control Layer p. 33 Convergence Layer (CL) p. 34

2 Broadband Wireless Access Networks p. 35 The User Plane p. 36 MAC Layer p. 36 PHY p. 37 IEEE a p. 37 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA) Network p. 38 Cellular Data Networks p. 38 North American and European Cellular Networks p. 38 Voice-Grade Modems p. 39 Relative Look at Cellular Network Generations p. 40 Core Network p. 42 Summary p. 43 References p. 43 Components of A Wireless Lan p. 47 Local Area Networks (LANs) p. 48 LAN Interconnection (Topology) p. 49 Addressing Mechanisms p. 50 Medium Specification p. 50 Physical Layer Mechanisms p. 51 Data Link Control Layer p. 51 Traffic Differentiation p. 51 WAN/LAN Connection p. 51 Wireless LAN Components p. 52 Physical Layer Components p. 52 Medium Access Control (MAC) Layer Components p. 58 Logical Link Control (LLC) Layer p. 66 References p. 66 WLANs: The Physical Layer p. 67 IEEE Standards Suite p. 68 Station Types p. 68 Channel Media p. 69 Physical Links p. 69 Signal Conditioning p. 70 IEEE g PHY p. 70 Interference Rejection Using Barker Sequence, OFDM and CCK p Bit Barker Sequence p. 73 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) p. 75 Complementary Code Keying (CCK) p. 76 PHY Data Transmission p. 77 HIPERLAN PHY p. 79 Station Types p. 81

3 Channel Media p. 81 Signal Conditioning p. 81 Modulation and Coding p. 81 Data Transmission, Convergence and Rate Selectivity p. 82 PHY Management p. 82 Summary p. 83 References p. 83 WLANs: Medium Access Control p. 85 IEEE Medium Access Control p. 86 Network Configurations p. 86 Channel Access in IEEE p. 86 Channel Sensing p. 87 Collision Avoidance p. 88 Multiple Access in IEEE p. 89 DCF Transmission p. 91 PCF Transmission p. 92 User and Data Privacy p. 92 Power Management p. 94 Fragmentation p. 95 Multimedia Support p. 95 IEEE e factor p. 95 Enhanced Station p. 96 Hybrid Coordinator p. 96 Enhanced DCF (EDCF) p. 96 Hybrid Coordination Function (HCF) p. 97 Routing and Mobility Support p. 98 No Transition p. 98 BSS Transition p. 98 ESS Transition p. 98 MAC Layer Management p. 99 MAC Frames p. 99 Multicasting Capability p. 100 HIPERLAN MAC p. 100 Network Configuration p. 100 Channel Access p. 101 Multiple Access p. 102 HIPERLAN 2 p. 103 Channel Access p. 103 Multiple Access p. 103 Broadcast Phase p. 103 Downlink Phase p. 104

4 Uplink Phase p. 104 Direct Link p. 104 Random Access Phases p. 104 User and Data Privacy p. 104 Power Management p. 105 Multimedia Services p. 105 Routing p. 106 Mobility Support p. 107 MAC Frame p. 107 Teleconferencing Capability p. 108 Data Link Control (DLC) Layer p. 109 References p. 109 Mobility and Internet Protocols p. 113 Mobility in Internet Applications p. 114 Reconnectivity p. 114 Portability p. 114 Micromobility p. 115 Internet Protocols for Mobility p. 117 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) p. 117 SIP versus H.323 and HTTP p. 117 SIP Provisions p. 118 SIP Request Types p. 118 SIP Response Types p. 120 SIP Operation p. 120 SIP and Cellular Networks p. 121 SIP and 3GPP, 3GPP2 p. 123 Mobile IP p. 123 Mobile IP Components p. 124 Agent Discovery p. 125 Registration p. 125 De-registration p. 125 Care-of Address (CoA) p. 126 Tunneling p. 126 Mobile IP Usage Scenario p. 127 Security Measures in Mobile IP p. 129 Limitations of Mobile IP p. 129 Mobile IP Messages p. 132 Internet Standards for Cellular Networks p. 132 Mobility Management in an Access Network p. 133 Address Allocation p. 133 Data Communications p. 133

5 Mobility p. 134 Cellular IP p. 134 Components of a Cellular IP System p. 135 cip Usage Scenario p. 136 cip and Mobile IP p. 138 IPv6 and Mobility Management p. 139 Expanded Address Space p. 139 Efficient HA Registration p. 139 Autoconfiguration of IP Addresses p. 139 Mobility Detection p. 140 Optimized Routing p. 140 Security p. 140 Micromobility p. 141 Network Support for Application-Level Mobile IPv6 p. 141 Internet and Cellular Networking p. 141 References p. 142 Data Communications in Cellular Networks: CDMA2000 p. 145 Business Wireless Data Networks p. 146 Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD) Network p. 147 ARDIS p. 147 RAM Data Networks p. 147 Cellular Data Networks p. 148 Cooperation Explosion p G Air Interfaces p. 149 UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA) p. 151 Release D for cdma2000 Based Access p. 151 Fast Call Setup (FCS) p. 152 Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID) p. 152 Broadcast and Multicast Services (BCMCS) p. 153 cdma2000 Standard p. 153 CDMA Timescale p. 155 Physical Layer (PHY) p. 155 cdma2000 Medium Access Control p. 160 Mux and QoS (MaQ) Sublayer p. 162 Access Channel Procedures p. 162 Packet Data Channel Control Functions (PDCHCF) p. 163 All-IP Architecture p. 164 Networking Elements p. 164 Planar Architecture p. 166 Summary p. 169 References p. 170

6 Data Communications in Cellular Networks: W-CDMA p. 173 Components of the UMTS Network p. 174 UMTS Network Domains p. 175 UE Domain p. 176 Infrastructure Domain p. 176 Strata p. 177 Radio Access Network (RAN) p. 177 Transport and Logical Channels p. 178 Physical Layer (PHY) p. 178 UMTS Services p. 179 Improvements Over Release 99 p. 179 IMS System Concepts p. 185 Internet Multimedia Core Network (IM-CN) p. 186 IP Connectivity Access Network (IP-CAN) p. 186 Terminals p. 186 Session Layer Architecture p. 186 Interrogation CSCF (I-CSCF) p. 186 Proxy CSCF (P-CSCF) p. 187 Server CSCF (S-CSCF) p. 187 Home Subscriber Server (HSS) p. 187 Media Gateways and Associated Control Functions (MGW, MGCF, SGW, BGCF) p. 187 Media Resource Functions (MRF) p. 188 Open Service Access (OSA) p. 188 OSA Interfaces p. 188 OSA Functions p. 190 Parlay p. 191 Parlay Background p. 191 IPv4/IPv6 Scenarios Towards All-IP Infrastructure p. 192 GPRS Scenarios p. 192 IMS Scenarios p GPP Release 6 Objectives p. 194 Summary p. 194 References p. 195 Security in Wireless Data Networks p. 197 Ascribing Security to a Network p. 198 Why Are Wireless Network Devices a Bigger Challenge? p. 199 Security Network Architecture p. 199 Securing a Standalone Device p. 201 Securing a Networked Device p. 201 Securing a Wireless Networked Device p. 202 Secure Operating System (SOS) p. 203

7 Components of Security System p. 205 Protocols p. 206 Algorithms p. 207 Examples of Encryption Algorithms p. 211 Hash Algorithms p. 213 Examples of Hash Algorithms p. 214 Key p. 215 Wireline Equivalent Privacy (WEP) p. 221 WEP Architecture p. 221 WEP Vulnerabilities p. 222 Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) p. 223 Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) p. 223 TKIP Encapsulation Process p. 225 WPA Authentication p. 226 IEEE i p. 227 Master Key (MK) p. 227 Pairwise Master Key (PMK) p. 228 Pairwise Transient Key (PTK) p. 228 IEEE i and WPA p. 229 Security in Cellular Networks p. 229 WCDMA Security Architecture p. 230 Security in cdma2000 p. 232 Final Word p. 233 Alternative View p. 234 References p. 235 Routing in Wireless LANs p. 239 Routing in Infrastructure Networks p. 240 Ad Hoc Wireless Networks p. 241 Characteristics of MANETs p. 242 Goals of the IETF MANET Working Group p. 242 Sources of Failure in MANETs p. 242 Characteristics of a Good Routing Protocol p. 243 Performance Metrics p. 243 Networking Context p. 243 Classifications of Routing Protocols p. 244 Pro-Active and Reactive Routin p. 244 Link State Versus Distance Vector p. 244 Routing Phases p. 245 Routing Mechanisms p. 245 Zone Routing Protocol (ZRP) p. 245 Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) p. 246

8 Destination Sequenced Distance Vector (DSDV) p. 247 Ad Hoc On-Demand Distace Vector Routing (AODV) p. 247 Temporally Ordered Routing Algorithm (TORA) p. 247 Wireless Routing Protocol (WRP) p. 247 Mobile Multimedia Wireless Network (MMWN) p. 248 Transmission Power Optimization p. 248 Load Distribution Protocols p. 249 SPAN Protocol p. 249 Geographic Adaptive Fidelity (GAF) p. 249 Prototype Embedded Network (PEN) p. 249 Performance Comparison p. 249 Multicasting p. 250 Mobility Support Using Multicast IP (MSM-IP) p. 250 Multicast Routing in MANETs p. 251 Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) Protocol p. 251 Protocol Operation p. 251 Flow State Option p. 256 DSR Packet p. 256 Selecting the Best Route p. 256 Topology of Fixed Ad-Hoc Networks p. 257 Effect of Mobility p. 258 Residual Battery p. 262 Example of Application of Above Results p. 263 Discussion p. 265 WLAN Routing Through Cellular Network Infrastructure p. 266 Introduction to OWLAN p. 266 Design Objectives p. 266 OWLAN System Architecture p. 267 System Elements p. 267 System Operation p. 269 Routing in Personal Area Networks p. 270 Summary p. 270 References p. 271 Wireless Personal Area Networks and Ultrawide Band Communications p. 275 Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) p. 276 Terminology for WPANs p. 278 IEEE Standard p. 278 Bluetooth Components p. 279 Bluetooth Network Operation p. 282 Bluetooth Summary p. 285 Higher Data Rate PANs (IEEE ) p. 285

9 High-Data-Rate Piconet (HDR-PN) p. 285 Medium Access Control (MAC) Layer p. 287 IEEE Physical Layer (PHY) p. 288 Ultra Wideband (UWB) Spectrum p. 290 UWB PHY for IEEE a p. 291 DS-UWB (Direct Sequence-Ultra Wideband) p. 292 Multi-Band OFDM PHY Proposal p. 293 Low Data Rate WPANs (LR-WPANs) and IEEE p. 295 Network Configuration p. 297 LR-PAN Physical Layer (PHY) p. 298 LR-PAN Medium Access Control (MAC) p. 299 Data Transfer Modes p. 301 MAC Frames p. 302 MAC Security p. 303 Summary p. 303 References p. 303 Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) p. 305 Line-of-Site (LoS) and Non-Line-of-Site (NLoS) Systems p. 307 Effect of Antenna Type p. 308 BWA Spectrum p. 308 BRAN versus WirelessMAN p. 309 IEEE WirelessMAN p. 311 WirelessMAN Station Types p. 312 Network Topologies p. 312 WirelessMAN Protocol Architecture p. 314 MAC Sublayer p. 314 WirelessMAN PHYs p. 323 WMAN PHY (10-66GHz) p. 323 IEEE Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA) p. 328 Objevtives p. 330 Cellular and Satellite Networks as Wireless Local Loops (WLL)s p. 330 References p. 331 Overview and Guide to the IEEE 802 LMSC p. 333 Table of Contents provided by Blackwell's Book Services and R.R. Bowker. Used with permission.

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