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Dynamic Channel Allocation Control with thresholds in Wireless Cellular Networks using Simpy
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 Title & Authors
Dynamic Channel Allocation Control with thresholds in Wireless Cellular Networks using Simpy
Cao, Yang; Ro, Cheul-Woo;
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 Abstract
New and handoff calls control mechanisms are the key point to wireless cellular networks. In this paper, we present an adaptive algorithm for dynamic channel allocation scheme with guard channels and also with handoff calls waiting queue ensuring that handoff calls take priority over new calls. Our goal is to find better tradeoff between handoffs and new calls blocking probabilities in order to achieve more efficient channel utilization. Simpy is a Python based discrete event simulation system. We use Simpy to build our simulation models to get analytical data.
 Keywords
Cellular Network;Dynamic Guard Channels;Handoff Calls;Simpy;
 Language
English
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