Committed to connecting the world. ITU-T work programme. ITU-T A. Status of approval: Proposed Standard 3. Justification for the specific reference: Specifies a type of identifier that mobility management must support if it is to be compatible with 3GPP evolved packet system.
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Mobile Networks are emerging in the real world in various scenarios, from networks in public transportation to personal networks in consumer electronics.
The NEMO BS protocol provides constant network connectivity and reachability for the nodes of these Mobile Networks in a seamless manner despite their roaming. However, NEMO BS has yet to show its advantages in real world deployment because it lacks trouble-free and secure network access for the whole network, and secure data transmission for the nodes it provides connectivity for.
Download to read the full conference paper text. Aboba, B. Arkko, J. Devarapalli, V. Funk, P. Georgopoulos, P. Johnson, D. Kent, S. Perkins, C. Rigney, C. Simon, D. Personalised recommendations. Cite paper How to cite? ENW EndNote. Share paper.
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