A mobile service consists of an application in a user
terminal, wireless access networks and servers that provide
chargeable content to the users. This paper proposes a novel
method of estimating the latency times contributed by a mobile
terminal, wireless network and content server to the total end-toend
mobile service response time experienced by end users.
A mobile phone-based method of measurement is useful for
service users, service developers, service providers and network
operators in measuring the performance of mobile services using
real telecommunication networks and terminals.
|Series||IEEE International Conference On Networks|
|Conference||12th IEEE International Conference on Networks, ICON 2004|
|Period||16/11/04 → 19/11/04|