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The common RRM approach to admission control for converged heterogeneous wireless networks

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As the wireless environment becomes ever more populated and complex, individual networks offering single or restricted services will become ever more uncompetitive. Common radio resource management algorithms and strategies are used in heterogeneous or converged wireless networks to integrate multiple physical radio interfaces to support different levels of data rates, mobility, and traffic. Admission control in a common RRM environment is used to select the most appropriate wireless access based on service type, user preference, and network load. This is used to provide a balance between real-time and non-real-time traffic across the available access technologies. The development of common radio resource management strategies requires a suitable platform of coupled access networks and is the motivation behind the development of a converged wireless test platform. The tightly coupled platform supports voice and data call setup and delivery over UMTS and WLAN

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Wireless Communications, IEEE  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 2 )