Access Restriction

Author Chen, Yuh-Shyan ♦ Lin, Yun-Wei ♦ Lin, Yao-Tsu ♦ Juang, Tong-Ying
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Content type Text
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Lte Network ♦ Relay Node ♦ Proxy Mobile Ipv6 ♦ Secure Relay-assisted Handover Protocol ♦ Simulation Result ♦ Radio Technology ♦ Proxy Mobile Ipv6 Protocol ♦ Proxy Binding Update ♦ Packet Loss ♦ Selection Function ♦ Security Issue ♦ Mobility Management ♦ Mobile Station ♦ Mobility Mechanism ♦ High Handoff Delay ♦ Pre-handover Procedure ♦ Large Packet ♦ Handover Latency ♦ Mobile Telephone Network ♦ New Protocol ♦ Handoff Delay Time ♦ Seamless Handover ♦ Access Network Discovery ♦ Security Operation ♦ Key Issue ♦ Next Generation Wireless Communication Network ♦ Relay Node Discovery ♦ Handoff Delay ♦ Evolved Packet Core ♦ Performance Improvement ♦ Ue Performs ♦ Packet Loss Rate ♦ Last Step ♦ Handoff Procedure
Abstract fined by 3GPP is the last step toward the 4th generation (4G) of radio technologies designed to increase the capacity and speed of mobile telephone networks. Mobility management for supporting seamless handover is the key issue for the next generation wireless communication networks. The evolved packet core (EPC) standard adopts the proxy mobile IPv6 protocol to provide the mobility mechanisms. However, the PMIPv6 still suffers the high handoff delay and the large packet lost. Our protocol provides a new protocol to reduce handoff delay and packet lost with the assistance of relay nodes over LTE networks. In this paper, we consider the security issue when selecting relay nodes during handoff procedure. During the relay node discovery, we extend the access network discovery and selection function (ANDSF) in 3GPP specifications to help mobile station or UE to obtain the information of relay nodes. With the aid of the relay nodes, the mobile station or UE performs the pre-handover procedure, including the security operation and the proxy binding update to significantly reduce the handover latency and packet loss. The simulation results illustrate that our proposed protocol actually achieves the performance improvements in the handoff delay time and the packet loss rate.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study