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Olivier Dalle's Corner: Main / Full Biblio

MAUREIRA:2009:INRIA-00369419:1

Summary

Juan-Carlos Maureira, Diego Dujovne and Olivier Dalle (2009) Network Provisioning for High Speed Vehicles Moving along Predictable Routes - Part 1: Spiderman Handover. Research Report RR-6850, INRIA. (URL)

Abstract

{T}his report presents our on-going work on a new system designed to provide a continuous network connectivity to communicating devices located on-board a vehicle moving at ”high speed” with a predictable trajectory such as trains, subways or buses. {T}he devices on-board the vehicle form a sub-network called the ”in-motion network”. {T}his system we propose is composed of two parts. {T}he mobile part, called {S}piderman {D}evice ({SD}), installed on the roof of the vehicle, and the fixed part is composed of multiples access points, called {W}ireless {S}witch Āccess {P}oints ({WS} {AP}s), installed along the predictable route of the vehicle. {T}o provide a continuous connectivity, we designed a new handover algorithm that relies on a two {IEEE}802.11 radio hardware placed in the {SD} device. {T}his dual-radio architecture allows to minimize or even hide the handover effects, achieving a seamless continuous data-link connection at high speeds, up-to 150 {K}m/h and possibly more. {T}he link between the {SD} and the {WS} {AP} forms a {L}ayer 2 Ēthernet {B}ridge, supporting any {L}ayer 3 protocol between the infrastructure network and the in-motion network. {T}his concept has been validated by simulations and is currently tested using a real prototype in order to assess the performances and practical feasibility of the system.

Bibtex entry

@TECHREPORT { MAUREIRA:2009:INRIA-00369419:1,
    AUTHOR = { Maureira, Juan-Carlos and Dujovne, Diego and Dalle, Olivier },
    TITLE = { {N}etwork {P}rovisioning for {H}igh {S}peed {V}ehicles {M}oving along {P}redictable {R}outes - {P}art 1: {S}piderman {H}andover },
    INSTITUTION = { INRIA },
    YEAR = { 2009 },
    TYPE = { Research Report },
    NUMBER = { RR-6850 },
    ABSTRACT = { {T}his report presents our on-going work on a new system designed to provide a continuous network connectivity to communicating devices located on-board a vehicle moving at ”high speed” with a predictable trajectory such as trains, subways or buses. {T}he devices on-board the vehicle form a sub-network called the ”in-motion network”. {T}his system we propose is composed of two parts. {T}he mobile part, called {S}piderman {D}evice ({SD}), installed on the roof of the vehicle, and the fixed part is composed of multiples access points, called {W}ireless {S}witch Āccess {P}oints ({WS} {AP}s), installed along the predictable route of the vehicle. {T}o provide a continuous connectivity, we designed a new handover algorithm that relies on a two {IEEE}802.11 radio hardware placed in the {SD} device. {T}his dual-radio architecture allows to minimize or even hide the handover effects, achieving a seamless continuous data-link connection at high speeds, up-to 150 {K}m/h and possibly more. {T}he link between the {SD} and the {WS} {AP} forms a {L}ayer 2 Ēthernet {B}ridge, supporting any {L}ayer 3 protocol between the infrastructure network and the in-motion network. {T}his concept has been validated by simulations and is currently tested using a real prototype in order to assess the performances and practical feasibility of the system. },
    AFFILIATION = { {MASCOTTE} - {INRIA} {S}ophia Āntipolis / {L}aboratoire Ī3{S} - {INRIA} - Ūniversit{\’e} de {N}ice {S}ophia-Āntipolis - {CNRS} : {UMR}6070 - {PLANETE} - {INRIA} {S}ophia Āntipolis / {INRIA} {R}h{\^o}ne-Ālpes - {INRIA} },
    HAL_ID = { inria-00369419 },
    LANGUAGE = { Ānglais },
    URL = { http://hal.inria.fr/inria-00369419/en/ },
}