Modelo NGN para el Contexto Rural de Mexico Aplicado al Sistema e-Mexico (NGN Model for the Mexican Rural Context Applied to the e-México System)

Alberto Colin (alberto.colin@uabc.edu.mx)1, Eduardo Alvarez (ed_alvareg13@uabc.edu.mx>)1, Arturo Serrano (serrano@cicese.edu.mx)2


1Universidad Autonoma de Baja California
2CICESE Research Center

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: Jan. 2015
Volume: 13,   Issue: 1 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
This paper presents a network model based on a NGN architecture applied to the Mexican rural context and deployed over the optical fiber backbone of the e-Mexico (now Mexico Conectado) system. The proposed model considers the integration of access networks for GERAN, UTRAN and E-UTRAN users, allowing also the interconnection with circuit switched networks. We use the E model proposed by ITU-T to maintain a minimum level of voice quality R>70. Additionally, we calculate the estimated bandwidth consumption during the seven phases that SIP requires establishing a telephone call on IMS networks. Our model includes the calculation of the most significant NGN parameters, taking into account the use of an optimal codec, a percentage of packet loss and link utilization level, for the conditions of the Mexican rural environment and the e-Mexico (now Mexico Conectado) system infrastructure.

Index Terms:
sip, ims, ngn, utran, e-utran, rural networks, lte_advanced, 3gpp, Mexico Conectado, e-Mexico   


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