Corpus ID: 1415822

A Dual-mode Mobile Station Module for WLAN / UMTS Interworking Systems

  title={A Dual-mode Mobile Station Module for WLAN / UMTS Interworking Systems},
  author={J. Kim and JungKyu Sohn and H. Choi},
  • J. Kim, JungKyu Sohn, H. Choi
  • Published 2007
  • The complementary characteristics of 3G cellular networks (such as UMTS) and IEEE's 802.11 wireless LANs (WLANs) have stimulated intensive research efforts to integrate UMTS and WLAN networks. In such integrated networks, a mobile station is able to switch between UMTS and WLAN networks based on various network parameters such as network throughput, packet delay and other network or user quality criteria. In this paper, we design and implement a dual-mode mobile station in OPNET. We develop a… CONTINUE READING
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