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I-D ACTION:draft-fodor-reqts-cellular-netwks-00.txt

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	Title		: NSIS QoS Signaling Requirements from a Multi-access 
                          Wireless Perspective
	Author(s)	: G. Fodor
	Filename	: draft-fodor-reqts-cellular-netwks-00.txt
	Pages		: 9
	Date		: 18-Feb-02
We consider access technology agnostic applications that use IP level
QoS primitives to specify their QoS requirements. In future wireless
systems (beyond what is often referred to as 3G), where mobile nodes
may access an IP backbone over diverse access networks, the IP level
QoS primitives are not only used to specify the requested IP level
service, but also (through an access specific translation function)
to help the mobile node's wireless link manager to configure the
wireless bearer service. In such a scenario, the IP level QoS
primitives must meet special requirements in order to support the
spectrum efficient management of the wireless resources.

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