Now that you can buy a cell phone with integrated multimedia capabilities, integrating QoS is even more important and timely since development and maintenance of those networks is crucial to product success! This book introduces the wireless networks practitioners (designers, implementers, and users) to the art of a wireless system design with integrated QoS support. To ensure users quality satisfaction, end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) support is needed the various underlining networks combined of the wide area network (WAN), the last mile distribution system (WLLs, satellite), and the WLANs. Wireless networks should be designed with integrated QoS control techniquesWith the growing optical based WANs users enjoy an abundance of bandwidth that results in no need for exercising QoS control schemes at the WANs because the edge wireless networks will suffer in the foreseeable future from limited unstable bandwidth (i.e. - unstable QoS). This trend is also observed in the new WLAN and WLL approved and proposed standards. These standards include however only the signaling mechanisms for QoS - not implementation techniques! The QoS techniques implementations are left to the designer. And designer's will turn to this book for answers.
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Integrate QoS into virtually any multimedia wireless network
From entertainment to telephony, emerging wireless systems will make possible a new generation of wireless multimedia applications. To satisfy users, network designers and developers must integrate end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) support throughout all their underlying networks: WANs, WLANs, WPANs, and "last-mile" WLL or satellite distribution systems. However, wireless network standards typically focus on signaling, leaving crucial QoS issues to implementers. Multimedia Wireless Networks is the first book to help network professionals systematically address QoS in today's most important wireless networks -- and tomorrow's.
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About the Authors
AURA GANZ is Associate Professor and Director of the Multimedia Networking Laboratory at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has authored 150 papers, and keynoted the NSF-sponsored workshop in mobile computing. She holds a Ph.D in computer science from the Technion in Israel. ZVI GANZ has 15 years experience in network design, operations research, and industrial engineering. He has designed protocols, fixed wireless systems, and WLAN QoS systems. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts. KITTI WONGTHAVARAWAT holds a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He has worked since 1997 at the Multimedia Networking Laboratory, researching resource management and QoS in wireless networks. The authors are also associates of Ganz Associates (www. GanzAssociates.com) that provides network design services.
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