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contributor.advisorLuglio, Michele-
contributor.authorZampognaro, Francesco-
date.accessioned2010-06-18T09:57:27Z-
date.available2010-06-18T09:57:27Z-
date.issued2010-06-18T09:57:27Z-
identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2108/1297-
description22. cicloen
description.abstractIl presente lavoro di testi descrive le attività di ricerca relative all'integrazione di reti terrestri e satellitari. Gli aspetti architetturali, protocollari e di sistema sono analizzati, seguiti da proposte di migliorie e nuovi approcci che sono discussi e validati per mezzo di simulazioni, test su piattaforma di emulazione basata su Linux e sistemi veri.en
description.abstractThis Ph.D. thesis represents the outcomes of the research activities performed on the integration of satellite and terrestrial networks. After a deep analysis on architectures, protocols, scenarios and existing projects several new proposals are introduced and discussed, validated by means of simulation, emulation over a Linux based platform or using real hardware.en
description.tableofcontents1 Summary 2 Objectives 3 Integration rationale 3.1 Services classifications 3.1.1 Interactive services 3.1.2 Datacast Services 3.1.3 Emergency services 3.1.4 Telemedicine service 4 State of the art 4.1 Technological aspects 4.1.1 MAC/Phy Standards 4.1.1.1 DVB-S 4.1.1.2 DVB-RCS 4.1.1.3 Skyplex 4.1.1.4 Wi-Fi (802.11) 4.1.1.5 WiMAX (802.16) 4.1.1.6 Bluetooth (802.15.1) 4.1.1.7 Other standards 4.2 Security 4.3 Handover 4.3.1 Vertical handover 4.3.2 MobileIP 4.4 Quality of Service (QoS) 4.4.1 Differentiated Services (DiffServ) 4.4.2 SatLabs specification for DVB-RCS QoS 4.4.3 C2P in DVB-RCS 4.5 Transport protocols 4.5.1 TCP basic concepts 4.5.2 UDP-based protocols 4.5.3 Split architecture for satellite 5 Proposed Approach 5.1 Analysis 5.2 Simulation 5.3 Emulation 5.4 Tests on Real Platform 6 Analysis 6.1 System Integration 6.1.1 Resource management 6.1.2 Security 6.1.3 QoS 6.2 Handover impacts on TCP 6.3 Path characteristic discovery 6.4 Enhanced TCP for networks with DVB-RCS links 6.5 Cross layer 6.5.1 Cross layer architecture for handover 6.5.2 Cross-layer in DVB-RCS systems: TCP layer 6.5.3 Cross-layer in DVB-RCS systems: DAMA mechanisms 7 Performance evaluation through Simulation 7.1 Integrated network . 7.2 DAMA extensions 7.3 Handover implementation 7.4 TCP for satellite environment 7.4.1 TCP Noordwijk use on high speed trains 7.5 Split architecture 7.6 TCP for capacity estimation 7.7 Cross-layer Handover management 7.8 Cross-layer TCP optimization in DVB-RCS environment 7.9 Cross-layer adaptations for DVB-RCS DAMA 8 Performance evaluation through Emulation 8.1 Architecture of the emulator: SNEP 8.2 DAMA extension 8.3 TCP for satellite environment 8.4 Telemedicine service testing 8.5 VoIP Application performance evaluation 8.6 FTP performance evaluation 9 Test on Real Platform 10 Conclusion. - Bibliographyen
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subjectsatellite networken
subjectterrestrial networken
subjectintegrationen
subjectQoSen
subjectTCP/IPen
subjectapplicationsen
subjecthandoveren
subjectarchitecturesen
subject.classificationING-INF/01 Elettronicaen
titleSatellite and terrestrial network integrationen
title.alternativeIntegrazione di reti terrestri e satellitarien
typeDoctoral thesisen
degree.nameSistemi e tecnologie per lo spazioen
degree.levelDottoratoen
degree.disciplineFacoltà di ingegneria Elettronicaen
degree.grantorUniversità degli studi di Roma Tor Vergataen
date.dateofdefenseA.A. 2008/2009en
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