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LWIP and Wi-Fi Boost Link Management

@article{LpezPrez2016LWIPAW,
  title={LWIP and Wi-Fi Boost Link Management},
  author={David L{\'o}pez-P{\'e}rez and Jonathan Ling and Bong-Ho Kim and Subramanian Vasudevan and Satish Kanugovi and Ming Ding},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1607.08026}
}
3GPP LWIP Release 13 technology and its prestandard version Wi-Fi Boost have recently emerged as an efficient LTE and Wi-Fi integration at the IP layer, allowing uplink on LTE and downlink on Wi-Fi. This solves all the contention problems of Wi-Fi and allows an optimum usage of the unlicensed band for downlink. In this paper, we present a new feature of Wi-Fi Boost, its radio link management, which allows to steer the downlink traffic between both LTE and Wi-Fi upon congestion detection in an… Expand
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