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Author Sun, Zhili.

Title Satellite networking : principles and protocols / Zhili Sun.

Publication Info. Chicheter, West Sussex, England : Wiley, 2014.
2014

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Edition Second edition.
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Summary "This book provides up to date coverage of the basics of ATM and internet protocols, and characteristics of satellite networks and internetworking between satellite and terrestrial networksSatellite Networking: Principles and Protocols, Second Edition provides up to date information of the original topics in satellite networking and protocols focusing on Internet Protocols (IP) over satellites, broadband over satellites, next generation IP (IPv6) over satellites, new generation of DVB-S/S2 and DVB-RCS next generations and new services and applications. It also includes some analytical techniques for evaluation of end to end IP performance and QoS over satellite, reflecting the recent convergence of telecommunication, Internet, broadcasting and mobile networks. Topics new to this edition: Internetworking with MANET, DVB-S/S2 and DVB-RCS/RCS2 (including TCP/IP over DVB-S/RCS), recent developments in broadband satellite systems, convergence of services and network technologies (including Internet, telecom, mobile, TV, etc.), radio resource management, PEP, I-PEP, SCPS, traffic modelling and engineering with analysis and examples, and future developments of satellite networking. Provides up to date coverage of the basics of ATM and internet protocols, and characteristics of satellite networks and internetworking between satellite and terrestrial networks (e.g. mobile ad hoc networks), including coverage of new services and applications (e.g. Internet, telecom, mobile and TV) Discusses the real-time protocols including RTP, RTCP and SIP for real-time applications such as VoIP and MMC, and explains TCP/IP over satellite and evolution of IPv6 over satellite and beyond Includes PowerPoint slides for lecturers as well as problems to encourage readers' understanding of concepts and principles as well as an accompanying website containing a solutions manual and further exercises "-- Provided by publisher.
"Discusses the real-time protocols including RTP, RTCP and SIP for real-time applications such as VoIP and MMC, and explains TCP/IP over satellite and evolution of IPv6 over satellite and beyond"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
Contents Note continued: 3.7.2. UPC and NPC -- 3.7.3. Priority Control and Congestion Control -- 3.7.4. Traffic Shaping -- 3.7.5. Generic Cell Rate Algorithm (GCRA) -- 3.7.6. Leaky Bucket Algorithm (LBA) -- 3.7.7. Virtual Scheduling Algorithm (VSA) -- 3.8. Internet Protocols -- 3.8.1. Internet Networking Basics -- 3.8.2. Protocol Hierarchies -- 3.8.3. Connectionless Network Layer -- 3.8.4. IP Packet Format -- 3.8.5. IP Address -- 3.8.6. Mapping Between Internet and Physical Network Addresses -- 3.8.7. ARP, RARP and HDCP -- 3.9. Internet Routing Protocols -- 3.9.1. Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP) -- 3.9.2. Exterior Gateway Routing Protocol (EGRP) -- 3.10. Transport Layer Protocols: TCP and UDP -- 3.10.1. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) -- 3.10.2. TCP Segment Header Format -- 3.10.3. Connection Set Up and Data Transmission -- 3.10.4. Congestion and Flow Control -- 3.10.5. User Datagram Protocol (UDP) -- 3.11. IP and ATM Internetworking -- 3.11.1. Packet Encapsulation -- 3.11.2. IP and ATM Address Resolution -- Further Readings -- Exercises -- 4.1. Networking Concepts -- 4.2. Networking Terminology -- 4.2.1. Private Network -- 4.2.2. Public Network -- 4.2.3. Quality Aspects of Telephony Services -- 4.2.4. IP Based Network -- 4.3. Network Elements and Connections -- 4.3.1. Network Terminals -- 4.3.2. Network Nodes -- 4.3.3. Network Connections -- 4.3.4. End-to-End Paths -- 4.3.5. Reference Configurations -- 4.4. Network Traffic and Signalling -- 4.4.1. User Traffic and Network Services -- 4.4.2. Signalling Systems and Signalling Traffic -- 4.4.3. In-band Signalling -- 4.4.4. Out-of-Band Signalling -- 4.4.5. Associated and Disassociated Channel Signalling -- 4.4.6. Network Management -- 4.4.7. Network Operation Systems and Mediation Functions -- 4.5. Access and Transit Transmission Networks -- 4.5.1. Analogue Telephony Networks -- 4.5.2. Telephony Network Traffic Engineering Concept -- 4.5.3. Access to Satellite Networks in the Frequency Domain -- 4.5.4. On-Board Circuit Switching -- 4.6. Digital Telephony Networks -- 4.6.1. Digital Multiplexing Hierarchy -- 4.6.2. Satellite Digital Transmission and On-Board Switching -- 4.6.3. Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH) -- 4.6.4. Limitations of PDH -- 4.7. Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) -- 4.7.1. Development of SDH -- 4.7.2. SDH Standards -- 4.7.3. Mapping from PDH to SDH -- 4.7.4. Benefits of SDH -- 4.7.5. Synchronous Operation -- 4.7.6. Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) -- 4.7.7. SDH Over Satellite [--] The Intelsat Scenarios -- 4.8. Hypothetical References for Satellite Networks -- 4.8.1. ITU-T Hypothetical Reference Connection (HRX) -- 4.8.2. ITU-R Hypothetical Reference Digital Path (HRDP) for Satellite -- 4.8.3. Performance Objectives -- 4.9. Satellites and MANET -- 4.9.1. Networking Scenarios -- 4.10. Interworking with Heterogeneous Networks -- 4.10.1. Services -- 4.10.2. Addressing -- 4.10.3. Routing -- 4.10.4. Evolution -- Further Readings -- Exercises -- 5.1. Background -- 5.1.1. Networking Issues -- 5.1.2. Satellite Services in the B-ISDN Networking Environment -- 5.2. Design Issues of Satellite B-ISDN ATM Systems -- 5.2.1. Propagation Delay -- 5.2.2. Attenuation and Constraints -- 5.3. GEO Satellite B-ISDN ATM Networking Architecture -- 5.3.1. Ground Segment -- 5.3.2. Space Segment -- 5.3.3. Satellite Bandwidth Resource Management -- 5.3.4. Connection Admission Control (CAC) -- 5.3.5. Network Policing Functions -- 5.3.6. Reactive Congestion Control -- 5.4. Advanced Satellite B-ISDN ATM Networks -- 5.4.1. Radio Access Layer -- 5.4.2. On-Board Processing (OBP) Characteristics -- 5.4.3. B-ISDN ATM On-Board Switch -- 5.4.4. Multibeam Satellites -- 5.4.5. LEO/MEO Satellite Constellations -- 5.4.6. Inter-Satellite Links (ISL) -- 5.4.7. Mobility Management -- 5.4.8. Use of Higher Frequency Spectrum -- 5.5. B-ISDN ATM Performance -- 5.5.1. Layered Model of Performance for B-ISDN -- 5.5.2. Network Performance Parameters -- 5.5.3. Impact of Satellite Burst Errors on the ATM Layer -- 5.5.4. Impact of Burst Errors on AAL Protocols -- 5.5.5. Error Control Mechanisms -- 5.5.6. Enhancement Techniques for Broadband Satellite Networks -- 5.6. Evolution of Broadband Satellite Systems -- Further Readings -- Exercises -- 6.1. Different Viewpoints of Satellite Networking -- 6.1.1. Protocol-centric Viewpoint of Satellite IP Network -- 6.1.2. Satellite-centric Viewpoint of Global Networks and the Internet -- 6.1.3. Network-centric Viewpoint of Satellite Networks -- 6.2. IP Packet Encapsulation -- 6.2.1. Basic Concepts -- 6.2.2. High-level Data Link Control (HDLC) Protocol -- 6.2.3. Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) -- 6.2.4. Media Access Control -- 6.2.5. IP Over Satellite -- 6.3. Satellite IP Networking -- 6.3.1. Routing On-Board Satellites -- 6.3.2. IP Mobility in Satellite Networks -- 6.3.3. Address Resolution -- 6.4. IP Multicast Over Satellite -- 6.4.1. IP Multicast Concepts -- 6.4.2. IP Multicast Addressing -- 6.4.3. Multicast Group Management -- 6.4.4. IP Multicast Routing -- 6.4.5. IP Multicast Scope -- 6.4.6. IGMP Behaviour in Satellite Environments -- 6.4.7. Multicast Routing Protocols in Satellite Environments -- 6.4.8. Reliable Multicast Protocols Over Satellites -- 6.5. Basic Network Security Mechanisms -- 6.5.1. Security Approaches -- 6.5.2. Single-direction Hashing Functions -- 6.5.3. Symmetrical Codes (With Secret Keys) -- 6.5.4. Asymmetrical Codes (With Public/Private Keys) -- 6.6. Satellite Networking Security -- 6.6.1. IP Security (IPsec) -- 6.6.2. Firewall and VPN -- 6.6.3. IP Multicast Security -- 6.7. Internet Quality of Service (IP QoS) -- 6.7.1. Layered Model of Performance for IP Service -- 6.7.2. IP Packet Transfer Performance Parameters -- 6.7.3. IP Network Performance Objectives for QoS Classes -- 6.7.4. Guidance on IP QoS Class Usage -- 6.8. Integrated Services (Intserv) Architectures for QoS -- 6.8.1. Integrated Services Architecture (ISA) Principles -- 6.8.2. Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) -- 6.8.3. Intsery Service Classes -- 6.9. Differentiated Services (Diffserv) for QoS -- 6.9.1. Diffsery Architecture -- 6.9.2. Traffic Classification -- 6.9.3. Traffic Conditioning -- 6.9.4. Diffsery Per Hop Behaviour (PHB) -- 6.9.5. Supporting Intsery Across the Satellite Network Diffsery Domain -- 6.10. DVB Over Satellite -- 6.10.1. MPEG-2 Source Coding and Multiplexing DVB-S Streams -- 6.10.2. DVB-S System -- 6.10.3. DVB Security -- 6.10.4. Conditional Access in DVB-S -- 6.10.5. DVB-RCS Interactive Service and IP over DVB -- 6.10.6. DVB-RCS Security -- 6.10.7. IP Multicast Security -- 6.11. DVB-S and DVB-RCS Network Architecture -- 6.11.1. On-Board Processor (OBP) -- 6.11.2. Management Station (MS) -- 6.11.3. Regenerative Satellite Gateway (RSGW) -- 6.11.4. Return Channel Satellite Terminal (RCST) -- 6.11.5. Network Interface -- 6.11.6. Network System Characteristics -- 6.12. Network Protocol Stack Architecture -- 6.13. Physical Layer (PHY) -- 6.13.1. Up-link (DVB-RCS Compliant) -- 6.13.2. Time Slots -- 6.13.3. Frames -- 6.13.4. Superframes -- 6.13.5. Carrier Type and Frame Composition -- 6.13.6. Uplink MF-TDMA Channel Frequency Plan -- 6.13.7. Downlink (DVB-S Compliant) -- 6.13.8. RCS Terminal (RCST) Transmission -- 6.14. Satellite MAC (SMAC) Layer -- 6.14.1. Transport Mechanisms -- 6.14.2. MPEG-2, DVB-S and DVB-RCS Tables -- 6.15. Multi Protocol Encapsulation (MPE) -- 6.16. Satellite Link Control Layer -- 6.16.1. Session Control -- 6.16.2. Resource Control -- 6.16.3. Capacity Request Categories -- 6.16.4. Connection Control -- 6.17. Quality of Service (QoS) -- 6.17.1. Traffic Classes -- 6.17.2. Flow Classification -- 6.17.3. Link Layer Connection QoS Adaptation -- 6.18. Network Layer -- 6.18.1. IP Routing and Address Resolution -- 6.18.2. IP Multicast [--] Star and Mesh Configurations -- Further Readings -- Exercises -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.1.1. Application Characteristics -- 7.1.2. Client and Server Host Parameters -- 7.1.3. Satellite Network Configurations -- 7.1.4. TCP and Satellite Channel Characteristics -- 7.1.5. TCP Flow Control, Congestion Control and Error Recovery -- 7.2. TCP Performance Analysis -- 7.2.1. First TCP Segment Transmission -- 7.2.2. TCP Transmission in the Slow-start Stage -- 7.2.3. TCP Transmission in the Congestion Avoidance Stage -- 7.3. Slow-start Enhancement for Satellite Networks -- 7.3.1. TCP for Transactions -- 7.3.2. Slow-start and Delayed Acknowledgement (ACK) -- 7.3.3. Larger Initial Window -- 7.3.4. Terminating Slow-start -- 7.4. Loss Recovery Enhancement -- 7.4.1. Fast Retransmission and Fast Recovery -- 7.4.2. Selective Acknowledgement (SACK) -- 7.4.3. SACK Based Enhancement Mechanisms -- 7.4.4. ACK Congestion Control -- 7.4.5. ACK Filtering -- 7.4.6. Explicit Congestion Notification -- 7.4.7. Detecting Corruption Loss -- 7.4.8. Congestion Avoidance Enhancement Policy -- 7.5. Enhancements for Satellite Networks Using Interruptive Mechanisms -- 7.5.1. TCP Spoofing -- 7.5.2. Cascading TCP or Split TCP -- 7.5.3. Other Considerations for Satellite Networking -- 7.6. Impacts on Applications -- 7.6.1. Bulk Data Transfer -- 7.6.2. Interactive Applications -- 7.6.3. Distributed Caching for Internet Services and Applications -- 7.6.4. Web Caching in Satellite Networks.
Note continued: 7.7. Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) -- 7.7.1. Basics of RTP -- 7.7.2. RTP Control Protocol (RTCP) -- 7.7.3. Sender Report (SR) Packets -- 7.7.4. Receiver Report (RR) Packets -- 7.7.5. Source Description (SDES) RTCP Packet -- 7.7.6. SAP and SIP Protocols for Session Initiations -- 7.7.7. Session Directory Service (SDS) -- 7.8. Voice over IP -- 7.8.1. Gateway Decomposition -- 7.8.2. Protocols -- 7.8.3. Gatekeepers -- 7.8.4. Multimedia Conferencing (MMC) -- 7.8.5. Conference Control -- Further Readings -- Exercises -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. New Services and Applications -- 8.2.1. Internet Integrated Services -- 8.2.2. Elastic and Inelastic Traffic -- 8.2.3. QoS Provision and Network Performance -- 8.3. Traffic Modelling and Characterisation -- 8.3.1. Traffic Engineering Techniques -- 8.3.2. Traffic Modelling -- 8.3.3. Statistical Methods for Traffic Modelling -- 8.3.4. Renewal Models -- 8.3.5. Markov Models -- 8.3.6. Fluid Models -- 8.3.7. Auto-regressive and Moving Average Models -- 8.3.8. Self-similar Models -- 8.4. Nature of Internet Traffic -- 8.4.1. World Wide Web (WWW) -- 8.4.2. Pareto Distribution Model for Self-similar Traffic -- 8.4.3. Fractional Brownian Motion (FBM) Process -- 8.4.4. Consideration of User Behaviour in Traffic Modelling -- 8.4.5. Voice Traffic Modelling -- 8.4.6. On-off Model for Voice Traffic -- 8.4.7. Video Traffic Modelling -- 8.4.8. Multi-layer Modelling for WWW Traffic -- 8.5. Traffic Engineering -- 8.5.1. Traffic Engineering Principles -- 8.5.2. Internet Traffic Engineering -- 8.6. Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) -- 8.6.1. MPLS Forwarding Paradigm -- 8.6.2. MPLS Basic Operation -- 8.6.3. MPLS and Diffsery Interworking -- 8.6.4. MPLS and ATM Interworking -- 8.6.5. MPLS with Traffic Engineering (MPLS-TE) -- 8.7. Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) -- 8.7.1. Basics of Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) -- 8.7.2. IPv6 Addressing -- 8.7.3. IPv6 Networks over Satellites -- 8.7.4. IPv6 Transitions -- 8.7.5. IPv6 Tunnelling Through Satellite Networks -- 8.7.6. 6to4 Translation via Satellite Networks -- 8.7.7. Issues with 6to4 -- 8.7.8. Future Development of Satellite Networking -- Further Readings -- Exercises.
Subject Artificial satellites in telecommunication.
Computer network protocols.
Internetworking (Telecommunication)
SCIENCE -- Waves & Wave Mechanics.
Artificial satellites in telecommunication. (OCoLC)fst00817444
Computer network protocols. (OCoLC)fst00872279
Internetworking (Telecommunication) (OCoLC)fst00977304
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Other Form: Print version: Sun, Zhili. Satellite networking. Second edition. Chicheter, West Sussex, England : Wiley, 2014 9781118351604 (DLC) 2013046750
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