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Title : Resource Reservation Issues in Cellular Radio Access
Author(s) : D. Partain et al.
Filename : draft-westberg-rmd-cellular-issues-00.txt
Pages : 29
Date : 29-Jun-01
The rapidly growing popularity of IP and its flexibility make it a
good candidate to be used for transmission in cellular networks.
Using IP-based transport on the wired transmission links in the
cellular networks gives operators an opportunity to upgrade their
transport network to a packet-based one. When compared with a
traditional STM-based system, the gain is seen in the statistical
aggregation of traffic that can be done. This results in increased
transmission efficiency and reduced leasing cost for the operator.
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