Intelligent Access Network Selection in Heterogeneous Networks - Simulation Results

  title={Intelligent Access Network Selection in Heterogeneous Networks - Simulation Results},
  author={E. Adamopoulo and Konstantinos Demestichas and Artemis A. Koutsorodi and M. Theologou},
  journal={2005 2nd International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems},
This paper presents mobile terminal for devices operating in heterogeneous environments, which incorporates intelligence for supporting mobility and roaming across legacy access networks. It focuses on the structure and functionality of the proposed scheme that supports terminal-initiated and terminal-controlled access network selection in heterogeneous networks. It discusses the decomposition of the proposed terminal management system into separate modules, responsible for retrieving link… CONTINUE READING
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