Search History  -  Selected Records  -  My Profile  -  My Alerts End Session
Easy Search Quick Search Expert Search Thesaurus eBook Search Ask an Expert Help
Abstract  -  Detailed
Record 56 from Inspec for: ((meybodi) WN All fields), 1790-2007
Check record to add to Selected Records
56. Uniform fractional guard channel policy
Beigy, H. (Comput. Eng. Dept., Amirkabir Univ. of Technol., Tehran, Iran); Meybodi, A.R. Source: 6th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics. Proceedings, 2002, pt. 15, 89-94 vol.15
ISBN: 980 07 8150 1
Conference: 6th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 14-18 July 2002 , Orlando, FL, USA
Publisher: Int. Inst. Inf. & Syst, Orlando, FL, USA

Abstract: The fractional guard channel policy (FG) is a general call admission policy, which includes most prioritized channel allocation schemes such as guard channel (GC) and limited fractional guard channel (LFG) policies. In this paper, we introduce a subclass of fractional guard channel policy, called the uniform fractional guard channel policy (UFG) and study its performance. Expressions for both dropping probability of handoff calls and blocking probability of new calls are derived. Then it is shown that there is an optimal value for the parameter of UFG which minimizes the blocking probability of new calls with the constraint on the upper bound on the dropping probability of handoff calls. An algorithm for finding such an optimal parameter is given. Then conditions for which the UFG performs better than GC are derived. It concluded that the UFG policy performs better than the GC policy in low handoff traffic conditions
(3 refs.)

Inspec controlled terms:
cellular radio  -  channel allocation  -  minimisation  -  probability  -  telecommunication congestion control  -  telecommunication traffic

Classification Code:   
B6250F Mobile radio systems  -  B0240Z Other topics in statistics  -  B0260 Optimisation techniques

Database: Inspec

  Full-text and Local Holdings Links

About Ei  -  About Engineering Village  -  Feedback  -  Privacy Policy
© 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.