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ThinkMind // SERVICE COMPUTATION 2011, The Third International Conferences on Advanced Service Computing // View article service_computation_2011_1_20_10022


A Novel Mobile Communication for the Future Internet

Authors:
Min-Taig Kim
Dae-Sik Kim

Keywords: mobile; communication service; Internet; organic communication

Abstract:
In this paper, Organic Mobile Communication (OMC) is defined as a Mobile Communication (MC) system operating organically as a body. As smart phones, for example, the I-phone, become more popular, Internet services are becoming more intelligent and diversified. Internet traffic is also expected to increase explosively, with much variation. In the future Internet, MC is expected to play a key role. Therefore, the future MC needs to have more capabilities in capacity, function, etc. Especially, considering traffic requirements and limited radio resources, flexible operation of MC will be more important. OMC is an alternative to meet these requirements. In this paper, the architecture of OMC is analyzed with the service requirements from the system design point of view. OMC consists of the handsets, Base Stations (BS’s) and the Core Networks (CN’s) of the present MC system. However, the routing in the air is quite different. In OMC, all the wireless equipment, such as handsets and the BS’s, are regarded as nodes, of which the states are ABLE or UNABLE. The routes among nodes are constituted by the ABLE nodes and are changed dynamically. An optimal route between two nodes is determined with aids of the Radio Routing Agent (RRA) of the CN. With OMC, we can increase the system capacity significantly and thus satisfy the future Internet requirements.

Pages: 6 to 10

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2011

Publication date: September 25, 2011

Published in: conference

ISSN: 2308-3549

ISBN: 978-1-61208-152-6

Location: Rome, Italy

Dates: from September 25, 2011 to September 30, 2011

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