Title: Nano mobile network based on smart location management and addressing
Authors: Rajarshi Sanyal; Ernestina Cianca; Ramjee Prasad
Network Engineering and Design, Belgacom-ICS, Brussels, 4, Rue Lebeau, Brussels 1000, Belgium
Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Centre for TeleInFrastruktur (CTIF), Via del politecnico 1, 00133 Rome, Italy
Department of Electronic Engineering, Centre for TeleInFrastruktur, Aalborg University, Niels Jernes Vej 12, a5-105. 9220, Aalborg Ø, Denmark
Abstract: There has been a significant emphasis on applications of nanotechnology in mobile communications, especially, to redesign the mobile devices for M2M and P2P applications. Due to constraints in power output and an apprehension for explosive growth in nano devices in future, the cell size of the mobile network will shrink. This will lead to a rise in signalling messages interchanged between the device and the network due to an increase in handover related operations. Attempt should be made to reduce the interaction with the network and to simplify the mobility and location management processes. Also, to be considered is the ever increasing demand for data traffic triggered by the proliferation of new generation mobile devices. This paper presents a mobile network architecture based on a novel addressing principle to make more efficient and less complex the mobility and location management processes.
Keywords: addressing; mobility management; location management; absolute radio frequency channel number; AFCRN; LTE; IMS; GTP; DIAMETER; user equipment; BER; nano mobile networks; nanotechnology; mobile communications; mobile devices; M2M; P2P; peer-to-peer; network architecture.
Int. J. of Mobile Network Design and Innovation, 2012 Vol.4, No.3, pp.138 - 147
Available online: 07 Feb 2013