Youngsong Mun

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IEEE 802.16e adds mobility support to the IEEE 802.16 standard so that terminals can move while receiving services and preserve ongoing IP sessions during handover. IP layer handover for MSs is handled by MIPv6. The cross-layer scheme supports seamless handover by exploiting the link layer handover indicator and designing interleaving scheme of the 802.16e(More)
Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6) is a presentative protocol which supports global IP mobility. MIPv6 causes a long handover latency that a mobile node (MN) doesnpsilat send or receive packets. This latency can be reduced by using Proxy Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6). PMIPv6 is a protocol which network supports IP mobility without participation of the MN, and is studied in(More)
Mobile IP ensures the seamless IP connectivity while roaming but it also introduce deficiencies in terms of processing overhead. Proxy mobile IP (PMIP) has been proposed to solve the challenge of IP mobility. Network-based mobility support removes the involvement of mobile node (MN) by introducing new mobility entities, local management anchor (LMA) and(More)