Part of the Foundations and Trends in Networking Series
Since their conception satellites have offered the promise of more capacity for terrestrial communication systems or to exploit their inherent multicasting and broadcasting capabilities. Recent advances in satellite technology have resulted in the integration of satellite and terrestrial networks to meet the quality and capacity requirements of modern day communication systems. Network and Protocol Architectures for Future Satellite Systems reviews the emerging technologies being deployed in the networking architectures being proposed in the framework of the Future Internet. Novel protocols such as Multi Path TCP (MPTCP) and networking trends such as Information Centric Networking (ICN) are described in depth and their application in segments deploying both satellite and terrestrial networks are illustrated. This is also the first monograph to review content-based networking extensively. This is becoming increasingly important driven by the ubiquitous nature of the internet. Applications to satellite communications are illustrated and the technical challenges to be further addressed are highlighted.
|Publication date:||13th September 2017|
|Author:||Tomaso de Cola, Alberto Ginesi, Giovanni Giambene, George C. Polyzos|
|Publisher:||now publishers Inc|
|Categories:||WAP networking & applications,|