IEEE 802 . 21 ( Media Independent Handover services ) Overview

@inproceedings{Oliva2007IEEE8,
  title={IEEE 802 . 21 ( Media Independent Handover services ) Overview},
  author={Antonio de la Oliva and Telemaco Melia and Albert Banchs and Ignacio Soto and Albert Vidal},
  year={2007}
}
In recent years, multi-technology enabled terminals are becoming available. Such multi-mode terminals pose new challenges to mobility management. In order to address some of these challenges, the IEEE is currently working on a new specification on Media Independent Handover services (IEEE 802.21 MIH). The main aim of this specification is to improve user experience of mobile terminals by enabling handovers between heterogeneous technologies while optimizing session continuity. In this article… CONTINUE READING
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