Deploying a middleware architecture for next generation mobile systems

N.N. Amanquah, J. Dunlop

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Abstract

Although 2G systems quite adequately cater for voice communications, today demand is for high-speed access to data centric applications and multimedia. Future networks have been designed to provide higher rates for data transmission, but this will be complemented by higher speed access to services via hotspots using secondary wireless interfaces such as Bluetooth or WLAN. With a wide range of applications that may be developed, a growing number of short range wireless interfaces that may be deployed, and with mobile terminals of different capabilities, a means to integrate all these variables in order to facilitate provision of services is desirable. This paper describes an architecture involving the use of middleware that makes software development independent of the specific wireless platform
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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Middleware
Speech communication
Bluetooth
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Data communication systems
Interfaces (computer)
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Keywords

  • deploying
  • middleware architecture
  • next generation
  • mobile systems

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2004.

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