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Browsing Engineering by Subject "Tunneling"

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  • Thanthry, Nagaraja; Namuduri, Kameswara; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2003-10-06)
    An increasing interest in supporting the nomadic nature of mobile nodes has lead to interesting ideas towards the deployment of Internet access to ad-hoc nodes. Most of the proposed solutions using mobile IP assume that ...
  • Bahety, V.; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2005-12)
    The demand for mobile service increase many service providers which they start finding solutions for integrating third and fourth generation networks and to develop mobility protocols. This article introduces the macromobility, ...
  • Best, Patricia K.; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2003-10-06)
    The purpose of this research was to improve the communication technology for mobile computing devices. It focused on increasing the speed and reliability of data, voice, and video transmissions while away from a home or ...
  • Bhagavathula, Ravi; Thanthry, Nagaraja; Namuduri, Kameswara; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2003-10-06)
    Mobility and Internet access have become an integral part of today's life. The recent advances in computer hardware have also aided in increasing the dependence on Internet connectivity. Protocols like mobile IP were ...
  • Bhagavathula, Ravi; Thanthry, Nagaraja; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2002)
    With a growing number of portable computing devices like laptops and personal digital assistants (PDA), the need for seamless connectivity to the global Internet is driving the acceptance of different mobility solutions. ...
  • Bhagavathula, Ravi; Best, Patricia K.; Pendse, Ravi (2006)
    An increase in the size and requirements of a mobile workforce is driving the development of better mobility oriented services in terms of both content and connectivity. Even though traditional Mobile IP has been the ...
  • Khatavkar, D.; Hixon, E.R.; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2002-08-04)
    The demand for immediate and universal access to information is increasing rapidly, leading to the desire for mobile access to the Internet. The Mobile Internet Protocol (Mobile IP) provides mobility to Internet users with ...
  • Dattani, M.; Thanthry, Nagaraja; Best, Patricia K.; Bhagavathula, Ravi; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2004-09-26)
    Mobile computing is becoming increasingly important due to the rise in the number of portable computers and the desire to have continuous network connectivity to the Internet, irrespective of the physical location of the ...
  • Bahety, V.; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2004-03-21)
    In the past few years support for mobility has increased to a large extent. Mobile IP enables nodes to move from one network to the other while maintaining the same IP address. Minimal packet loss during handoff is a ...

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