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Title: On handoff performance for an integrated voice/data cellular system
Authors: Wu, Hailiang
Li, Lizhong
Li, Bin
Yin, Li
Chlamtac, I.
Li, Bo
Keywords: Bandwidth allocation
Guarded channel policy
Mobile cellular networks
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: Proceedings 13th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, Lisboa, Portugal, 15-18 Sept. 2002, v.5, p. 2180-2184
Abstract: One of the key performance measures in wireless cellular systems is the handoff dropping probability. The paper studies the handoff performance for an integrated voice/data wireless cellular system. Specifically, we propose a new handoff control policy, called Dual Trunk Reservation with Queuing (DTR-Q). It uses two thresholds, one to reserve bandwidth for voice handoff, and the other for managing the data traffic. By taking advantage of the adaptiveness of data traffic, it uses a single queue to buffer the data request further in case the requested bandwidth is not available. The unique features of the proposed DTR-Q scheme are: 1) it can provide the necessary service guarantee and service differentiation for voice and data traffic; 2) it adopts a complete sharing approach that can maximize the channel utilization. We propose an analytical model to calculate the key performance measures, and thoroughly investigate system performances under a variety of system parameters.
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