Migration to 4 G: Mobile IP based Solutions

@article{Santhi2006MigrationT4,
  title={Migration to 4 G: Mobile IP based Solutions},
  author={K. R. Santhi and G. Senthil Kumaran},
  journal={Advanced Int'l Conference on Telecommunications and Int'l Conference on Internet and Web Applications and Services (AICT-ICIW'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={76-76}
}
Fourth Generation (4G) is the next generation of wireless networks that will replace third Generation (3G) networks sometimes in future. 4G is intended to provide high speed, high capacity, low cost per bit, IP based services for video, data and Voice (VoIP).4G is all about an integrated, global network that’s based on an open system approach. At the moment we have several technologies each capable of performing some of the functions like broadband data access in mobile or nomadic environments… CONTINUE READING
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