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New Handover Scheme Based on User Profile: A Comparative Study

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3 Author(s)
Pushpa ; MCA.IEC Coll. of Eng., IEC Coll. of Eng., Greater Noida, India ; Sehgal, A. ; Agrawal, R.

In this paper we have analyzed the number of handover required in different time stamp for a particular user on the quality of service parameters namely handover call blocking probability. This system model is based on the analysis of user mobility profile and assigns a weightage factor to each cell. The mathematical equation of the handover blocking probability derived from stochastic comparisons has-been used to compute upper bounds on dropping handover blocking probability by using Guard channel assignment scheme. A conceptual view is given to reduce the new call blocking probability. We use Dynamic Channel Reservation Scheme that can assign handover-reserved channels to new calls depending on the handover weightage factor to reduce new call blocking probability.

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Communication Software and Networks, 2010. ICCSN '10. Second International Conference on

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26-28 Feb. 2010

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