End-to-End SIP Based Real Time Application Adaptation During Unplanned Vertical Handovers

@inproceedings{Pangalos2001EndtoEndSB,
  title={End-to-End SIP Based Real Time Application Adaptation During Unplanned Vertical Handovers},
  author={Paul Pangalos and Konstantinos Boukis and Louise Burness and Alan Brookland and Caroline Beauchamps and Abdol Hamid Aghvami},
  year={2001}
}
This paper describes practical tests and evaluation of different ways in which the session initiation protocol (SIP) could be used to assist application adaptation for IP applications during a vertical handover (VH), that is one between base stations that are using different wireless link technologies. Such an approach has been implemented on a software testbed based at the Centre for Telecommunication Research (CTR), King’s College London as part of a joint project with BTexact Technologies. 

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