Mobisense testbed: merging user perception and network performance

@inproceedings{Vidales2008MobisenseTM,
  title={Mobisense testbed: merging user perception and network performance},
  author={Pablo Vidales and Frank Steuer and Niklas Kirschnick and Marcel W{\"a}ltermann and Blazej Lewcio and Sebastian M{\"o}ller},
  booktitle={TRIDENTCOM},
  year={2008}
}
The convergence of different commercial wireless technologies poses new opportunities for always-on connectivity and nearly ubiquitous access in Next Generation Networks (NGNs). The proposed integrated virtual access platform frees users from the fixed locations, and allows them to enjoy services while they are on the move. However, the possibility to seamlessly roam (on demand) across wireless technologies is a must in NGNs. Even though a wide body of research has been done on seamless… CONTINUE READING

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