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Intelligence Adaptation in Visitor Location Register to Enhance the Performance of Next Generation Cellular Network

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The number of mobile phone users is increasing exponentially. So, in the near future, anticipated large number of mobile phone users may introduce very large centralized database and may increase the signaling load to transmit the information of mobile users between home location register (HLR) to visitor location register (VLR). This paper proposes a method by which we can enrich the network performance and with the potential of reducing the overall signaling and channel load in the global system for mobile communications (GSM). This paper proposes different strategy for VLR where it will be able to take decision whether the information of mobile user who is currently entering to another adjacent mobile service and switching center (MSC) area, will be saved inside the database or be dropped.

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Convergence Information Technology, 2007. International Conference on

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21-23 Nov. 2007