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Service profile replication scheme with local anchor for next generation personal communication networks

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3 Author(s)
Hwang, Jinkyung ; Intelligent Network Team of Service Development Laboratory, KT, Seoul, Korea ; Bae, Eun-Shil ; Park, Myong-Soon

It is expected that per-user customized services are widely used in next generation Personal Communication Network. To provide personalized services for each call, per-user service profiles are frequently referenced and signaling traffic is considerably large. Since the service calls are requested from the places where user stays, we can expect that the traffic is localized. In this paper, we propose a new service profile replication scheme, named Follow-Me Replication with local Anchor (FMRA). By replicating user's service profile in a user-specific location area, local anchor of each region, the signaling traffic for call and mobility can be distributed to local network. We compared the performance of the FMRA with two typical schemes: Intelligent Network-based Central scheme and IMT-2000 based full replication scheme, as we refer it to Follow-Me Replication Unconditional (FMRU). Performance results indicate that FMRA lies between Central and FMRU schemes according to call to mobility ratio, and we identified the efficient ranges of CMR for FMRA depending on the various network parameters.

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Communications and Networks, Journal of  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Sept. 2003

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