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Beyond 3G Wireless Network Design for Optimal Resource Utilization

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Zahran, A. ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Toronto Univ., Ont. ; Liang, B. ; Saleh, A.

Efficient resource utilization is a crucial goal for network operators to achieve good return on their investments. In next-generation multi-service wireless network, service integration of different access technologies such as WLAN and 3G cellular networks increases system complexity and makes system design a more tedious task especially with the embedded heterogeneity of access technologies and applications. This paper presents an optimal resource utilization problem for an integrated 3G-WLAN system. The problem solution is used to determine the values of different system parameters to achieve efficient resource utilization without resource over-provisioning. Additionally, we discuss how better resource utilization can be realized by tuning roaming policies using techniques such as dynamic pricing

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Communications, 2006 23rd Biennial Symposium on

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