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Chakraborty, Shyam

IMS Multimedia Telephony over Cellular Systems

VoIP Evolution in a Converged Telecommunication World

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The voice and multimedia telephony solutions currently being developed and standardized in 3GPP to replace the existing circuit switched voice and video calls are discussed. It contains descriptions of the envisioned services and network architecture, as well as detailed technical solutions and performance evaluation.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Glossary.
1 Introduction (Shyam Chakraborty, Tomas Frankkila).
1.1 ConvergenceofNetworkingParadigms.
1.2 IMS and the IMS Multimedia Telephony Service.
1.3 RequirementsandChallenges.
1.4 Outline of This Book.
2 The Multimedia Telephony Communication Service (Daniel Enstr¨om, Krister Svanbro, Per Synnergren).
2.1 BenefitswithIMS.
2.2 IMSCommunicationServices.
2.2.1 AnIMSApplicationExample.
2.3 Multimedia Telephony Service Scenario.
2.4 Summary of the Multimedia Telephony Communication Service.
3 Network Architecture and Service Realization (Gonzalo Camarillo, Shyam Chakraborty, Janne Peisa, Per Synnergren).
3.1 Public Switched Telephone Network and Integrated Service Digital Network
3.2 DataNetworks andthe Internet.
3.2.1 InternetProtocolArchitecture.
3.2.2 The Internet.
3.2.3 InternetProtocol.
3.3 CellularSystems.
3.3.1 Radio Access.
3.3.2 Radio Access Evolution.
3.3.3 CoreNetwork.
3.4 Quality of Service.
3.4.1 QoSAttributes.
3.5 The IP Multimedia Subsystem.
3.5.1 The Home Subscriber Server and the Subscription Location Function
3.5.2 The Call/Session Control Functions.
3.5.3 Proxy-CSCF.
3.5.4 Serving-CSCF.
3.5.5 Interrogating-CSCF.
3.5.6 TheApplicationServers.
3.5.7 The Multimedia Resource Function.
3.5.8 PSTNInterworkingFunctions.
3.5.9 IPv4/IPv6InterworkingFunctions.
3.5.10 Charging.
3.5.11 PolicyandChargingControl.
3.5.12 Home andVisitedDomains.
3.6 TheTISPANNextGenerationNetwork.
3.7 Multimedia Telephony Realization.
3.7.1 CoreNetworkandServiceLayerRealization.
3.7.2 Outline of a Radio Bearer Realization.
4 Session Control (Gonzalo Camarillo, Per Synnergren).
4.1 SIP.
4.1.1 Logical Entities.
4.1.2 IMSRegistration.
4.1.3 IMSSessionEstablishment.
4.2 SignalingCompression.
4.3 Controlling QoS.
4.3.1 GPRSSessionManagementSignaling.
4.3.2 PolicyControlSignaling.
4.4 Establishment of Multimedia Telephony Sessions.
4.4.1 Using Mobile Terminal Initiated QoS.
4.4.2 Using Network Initiated QoS.
4.5 Modification of Multimedia Telephony Sessions.
4.5.1 TheSIPINVITEMethod.
4.5.2 TheSIPUPDATEMethod.
4.6 Release of Multimedia Telephony Sessions.
4.7 Supplementary Services.
4.7.1 CommunicationDiversion.
4.7.2 Conference.
4.7.3 Message Waiting Indication.
4.7.4 OriginatingIndicationPresentation/Restriction.
4.7.5 TerminatingIndicationPresentation/Restriction.
4.7.6 CommunicationHold.
4.7.7 CommunicationBarring.
4.7.8 ExplicitCommunicationTransfer.
4.7.9 Communication Diversion: Communication Forwarding onMobile
Subscriber Not Reachable.
4.8 InterworkingwithCSNetworks.
5 Media Flow (Daniel Enstr¨om, Tomas Frankkila, Per Fr¨ojdh, Janne Peisa, Krister Svanbro).
5.1 MediaCoding.
5.1.1 Speech.
5.1.2 Video.
5.1.3 Text.
5.2 Protocols.
5.2.1 Real-TimeTransportProtocol.
5.2.2 Speech.
5.2.3 Video.
5.2.4 Text.
5.2.5 SDP.
5.3 MediaTransportProcessing.
5.3.1 Definition.
5.3.2 Jitter as a Characteristic of PS transport.
5.3.3 Speech Transport Processing – Jitter.
5.3.4 Speech Transport Processing – Packet Loss Concealment.
5.3.5 VideoTransportProcessing.
5.4 MediaControl.
5.4.1 End-to-EndAdaptation.
5.4.2 User InducedSessionAdaptation.
5.5 HeaderCompression.
5.6 RadioRealization.
5.6.1 UMTS.
5.6.2 EDGE.
5.6.3 OtherNetworks.
5.6.4 Example Delay Budget for HSPA.
5.7 Interworking.
5.7.1 Speech.
5.7.2 Video.
5.7.3 Text.
5.8 Media Configurations for Multimedia Telephony.
5.8.1 Speech.
5.8.2 Video.
5.8.3 Text.
5.8.4 Protocols.
5.8.5 Jitter Buffer Requirements.
5.8.6 Media andSessionAdaptation.
5.8.7 SDPExamples.
6 Security (Rolf Blom, Yi Cheng, Vesa Lehtovirta, Karl Norrman, G¨oran Schultz).
6.1 IMSSecurityOverview.
6.2 Access Domain Security.
6.2.1 UMTSAuthenticationandKeyAgreement.
6.2.2 Traffic Protection Offered by GSM and UMTS in the Access NW.
6.2.3 Internode Security.
6.3 IMSSecurityMechanisms.
6.3.1 Identities.
6.3.2 SourceAuthenticationofSIPSignaling.
6.3.3 AuthenticationandAuthorization.
6.3.4 IMSSignalingSecurity.
6.3.5 SecurityAspects ofPolicyEnforcement inIMS.
6.4 Outlook.
6.4.1 Fixed–MobileConvergence.
6.4.2 MediaSecurity.
6.4.3 Spam over IP Telephony.
7 Performance (Tomas Frankkila, Janne Peisa, Per Synnergren).
7.1 ApplicationModels.
7.2 ServicePerformanceRequirements.
7.2.1 VoicePerformanceRequirements.
7.2.2 SummaryofVoicePerformanceRequirements.
7.2.3 VideoPerformanceRequirements.
7.2.4 Multimedia Performance Requirements.
7.3 Capacity.
7.3.1 SimulationSettings.
7.3.2 OverviewofVoiceCapacity.
7.3.3 DownlinkVoiceCapacity.
7.3.4 UplinkVoiceCapacity.
7.3.5 Video and Multimedia Capacity.
7.4 Coverage.
7.4.1 VoiceCoverage.
7.5 TransportCharacteristics.
7.5.1 End-to-EndCharacteristics.
7.5.2 Characteristics forMediaGateways.
7.6 Service Quality.
7.6.1 Quality Assessment Method.
7.6.2 Performancewith theDelayScheduler.
7.6.3 Performancewith theMax-CQIScheduler.
7.6.4 Performance with the Proportional-Fair Scheduler.
7.6.5 Performance with the Round-Robin Scheduler.
7.6.6 Analysis ofPacketLossBursts.
7.7 CallSetupDelays.
7.7.1 GeneralAssumptions.
7.7.2 IMSandSIPAssumptions.
7.7.3 UMTSAssumptions.
7.7.4 DelayCalculation.
8 Other IMS Communication Services (Per Synnergren).
8.1 3GPPCSICS.
8.1.1 CSICSArchitecture.
8.1.2 Interoperability with Multimedia Telephony.
8.1.3 WeShare: a 3GPPCSICSServiceExample.
8.2 OMAPoC.
8.2.1 OMAPoCRelease 1Standardization.
8.2.2 OMAPoCRelease 1Architecture.
8.2.3 OMAPoCTalkBurstControl.
8.2.4 OMA PoC Session Establishment Methods.
8.2.5 OMAPoCandPDPContextEstablishment.
8.2.6 OMAPoCMediaConsiderations.
8.2.7 OMAPoCRelease 2.
8.3 OMAInstantMessaging.
8.3.1 OMAInstantMessagingArchitecture.
8.3.2 InstantMessagingModes.
8.3.3 OMAInstantMessagingMediaTypes.
8.4 Presence andListManagement.
8.4.1 PresenceSimple.
8.4.2 ListManagement.
9 Summary (Per Synnergren, Janne Peisa).
Appendix Additional Simulation Results.
A.1 DelayScheduler.
A.2 Max-CQIScheduler.
A.3 Proportional-Fair Scheduler.
A.4 Round-Robin Scheduler.
References.
Index. 9780470058558
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