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Issue No.04 - April (2009 vol.8)
pp: 558-574
Jui-Hung Yeh , National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu
Jyh-Cheng Chen , National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu
Prathima Agrawal , Auburn University, Auburn
To support fast and efficient handovers in mobile WiMAX, we propose Fast Intra-Network and Cross-layer Handover (FINCH) for intradomain (intra-CSN) mobility management. FINCH is a complementary protocol to Mobile IP (MIP), which deals with interdomain (inter-CSN) mobility management in mobile WiMAX. FINCH can reduce not only the handover latency but also the end-to-end latency for MIP. Paging extension for FINCH is also proposed to enhance the energy efficiency. The proposed FINCH is especially suitable for real-time services in frequent handover environment, which is important for future mobile WiMAX networks. In addition, FINCH is a generic protocol for other IEEE 802-series standards. This is especially beneficial for the integration of heterogeneous networks, for instance, the integration of WiMAX and WiFi networks. Both mathematical analysis and simulation are developed to analyze and compare the performance of FINCH with other protocols. The results show that FINCH can support fast and efficient link layer and intradomain handovers. The numerical results can also be used to select proper network configurations.
Intradomain mobility management, cross-layer design, WiMAX, mobile Internet.
Jui-Hung Yeh, Jyh-Cheng Chen, Prathima Agrawal, "Fast Intra-Network and Cross-Layer Handover (FINCH) for WiMAX and Mobile Internet", IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, vol.8, no. 4, pp. 558-574, April 2009, doi:10.1109/TMC.2008.149
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