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Techniques study of IMS/SIP based Lawful Interception in 3G networks
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 Title & Authors
Techniques study of IMS/SIP based Lawful Interception in 3G networks
Lee, Myoung-rak; Pyo, Sang-Ho; In, Hoh Peter;
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 Abstract
Lawful interception(LI) standard of telephone networks has technical limitations to lawfully intercept IMS/SIP-based mobile communication network subscriber who using Android and iPhone device. In addition, the technical standards related to legal interception of the IMS/SIP of the wireless network is insufficient compared to the systematic study of the development of a wireless network infrastructure. The architecture proposed in the standard of ETSI(European Telecommunications Standards Institute) for the seamless LI is insufficient to overcome the limitations of traditional voice-centric LI techniques. This paper proposes an IMS/SIP-based architecture to perform LI under 3G networks that focuses on mobility-supported environments with merging cellular networks and the Internet. We implemented the simulation to verify the efficiency of the proposed architecture, and the experimental results show that our method achieves higher lawful interception rate than that of existing interception methods.
 Keywords
Lawful Interception;IMS/SIP;3G Networks;
 Language
Korean
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