Seamless communication in wireless networks

International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications

ISSN: 2090-4886

Open Access

Seamless communication in wireless networks

International Conference and Business Expo on Wireless Communication & Network

September 21-23, 2015 Baltimore, USA

Md. Mahedi Hassan

Multimedia University, Malaysia

Posters-Accepted Abstracts: Sensor Netw Data Commun

Abstract :

With the rapid development in Internet technology and convergence in communications, the overall quality of ubiquitous communication has improved significantly. IPv6-based next-generation wireless mobile communications will need an effective mobility management protocol to support ubiquitous network access by providing seamless handover. This is especially true with invention of portable mobile devices that can be connected almost anywhere at any time. However, the recent explosion in the usage of mobile devices has also generated several issues in terms of performance and quality of service. With the ever increasing number of mobile user, mobile users demand high quality performance, best quality of services and seamless connections that support real-time application which are audio and video streaming. Seamless is referred to users that are free to roam around different networks and at the same time stay connected without any disturbance to the ongoing session during the process of handover from one network to another. The handover process between these networks spawns long delay or latency, high packet loss, and fewer throughputs which may degrade the performance of real-time applications during the handover process. Therefore, the challenging issues of wireless network in real-time application are seamless connection and data packet load. These will be the focus of this presentation. This presentation will provide a methodology assessment of seamless connection and diminution of data packet load.

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