3G, 4G and Beyond

Bringing Networks, Devices and the Web Together
 
 
John Wiley & Sons Inc (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 27. Dezember 2012
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  • 384 Seiten
 
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Extensively updated evaluation of current and future networktechnologies, applications and devices
This book follows on from its successful predecessor with anintroduction to next generation network technologies, mobiledevices, voice and multimedia services and the mobile web2.0. Giving a sound technical introduction to 3GPP wirelesssystems, this book explains the decisions taken duringstandardization of the most popular wireless network standardstoday, LTE, LTE-Advanced and HSPA+. It discusses how theseelements strongly influence each other and how networkcapabilities, available bandwidth, mobile device capabilities andnew application concepts will shape the way we communicate in thefuture. This Second Edition presents a comprehensive andbroad-reaching examination of a fast-moving technology which willbe a welcome update for researchers and professionalsalike.
Key features:
* Fully updated and expanded to include new sections includingVoLTE, the evolution to 4G, mobile Internet access, LTE-Advanced,Wi-Fi security and backhaul for wireless networks
* Describes the successful commercialization of Web 2.0 servicessuch as Facebook, and the emergence of app stores, tablets andsmartphones
* Examines the evolution of mobile devices and operating systems,including ARM and x86 architecture and their application tovoice-optimized and multimedia devices
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Martin Sauter works in the telecommunication industry as athought leader, researcher, book author and blogger and is based inCologne. His interests are focused on mobile communicationnetworks, multimedia applications and especially the wirelessInternet.
Preface xi
1 Evolution from 2G over 3G to 4G 1
1.1 First Half of the 1990s--Voice-Centric Communication1
1.2 Between 1995 and 2000: The Rise of Mobility and the Internet1
1.3 Between 2000 and 2005: Dot Com Burst, Web 2.0, MobileInternet 2
1.4 Between 2005 and 2010: Global Coverage, Fixed Line VoIP, andMobile Broadband 4
1.5 2010 and Beyond 5
1.6 All over IP in Mobile--The Biggest Challenge 6
1.7 Summary 6
2 Beyond 3G Network Architectures 9
2.1 Overview 9
2.2 UMTS, HSPA, and HSPA+ 10
2.3 LTE 43
2.4 802.11 Wi-Fi 74
3 Network Capacity and Usage Scenarios 95
3.1 Usage in Developed Markets and Emerging Economies 95
3.2 How to Control Mobile Usage 96
3.3 Measuring Mobile Usage from a Financial Point of View 99
3.4 Cell Capacity in Downlink 100
3.5 Current and Future Frequency Bands for Cellular Wireless105
3.6 Cell Capacity in Uplink 106
3.7 Per-User Throughput in Downlink 109
3.8 Per-User Throughput in Uplink 114
3.9 Traffic Estimation Per User 116
3.10 Overall Wireless Network Capacity 117
3.11 Network Capacity for Train Routes, Highways, and RemoteAreas 124
3.12 When will GSM be Switched Off? 125
3.13 Cellular Network VoIP Capacity 127
3.14 Wi-Fi VoIP Capacity 130
3.15 Wi-Fi and Interference 132
3.16 Wi-Fi Capacity in Combination with DSL, Cable, and Fiber134
3.17 Backhaul for Wireless Networks 138
3.18 A Hybrid Cellular/Wi-Fi Network Today and in the Future143
4 Voice over Wireless 149
4.1 Circuit-Switched Mobile Voice Telephony 150
4.2 Packet-Switched Voice Telephony 153
4.3 SIP Telephony over Fixed and Wireless Networks 157
4.4 Voice and Related Applications over IMS 169
4.5 Voice over DSL and Cable with Femtocells 223
4.6 Unlicensed Mobile Access and Generic Access Network 228
4.7 Network Operator Deployed Voice over IP Alternatives 231
4.8 Over-the-Top (OTT) Voice over IP Alternatives 236
4.9 Which Voice Technology will Reign in the Future? 237
5 Evolution of Mobile Devices and Operating Systems241
5.1 Introduction 241
5.2 The System Architecture for Voice-Optimized Devices 246
5.3 The System Architecture for Multimedia Devices 248
5.4 Mobile Graphics Acceleration 253
5.5 Hardware Evolution 256
5.6 Multimode, Multifrequency Terminals 273
5.7 Wireless Notebook Connectivity 276
5.8 Impact of Hardware Evolution on Future Data Traffic 277
5.9 Power Consumption and User Interface as the Dividing Line inMobile Device Evolution 279
5.10 Feature Phone Operating Systems 280
5.11 Smartphone Operating Systems 282
5.12 Operating System Tasks 288
6 Mobile Web 2.0, Apps, and Owners 297
6.1 Overview 297
6.2 (Mobile) Web 1.0--How Everything Started 298
6.3 Web 2.0--Empowering the User 299
6.4 Web 2.0 from the User's Point of View 299
6.5 The Ideas behind Web 2.0 306
6.6 Discovering the Fabrics of Web 2.0 310
6.7 Mobile Web 2.0--Evolution and Revolution of Web 2.0321
6.8 (Mobile) Web 2.0 and Privacy and Security Considerations334
6.9 Mobile Apps 340
6.10 Android App Programing Introduction 342
6.11 Impact of Mobile Apps on Networks and Power Consumption349
6.12 Mobile Apps Security and Privacy Considerations 351
6.13 Summary 354
7 Conclusion 357
Index 361

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