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network engineering issues in the UMTS development perspective

  • Giovanni Colombo;Magnani, Nicola-Pio;Giuseppe Minerva;Enrico Scarrone
    • Journal of Communications and Networks
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.18-34
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    • 2000
  • The evolution of mobile communications is inducting several new issues belonging to the system engineering disciplines. this paper tires to underline some of the most important problems staring room the novel requirements and the application characteristics expected for Third Generation Mobile System. Based on these new service peculiarities. the radio resource control and the architectural solutions to be chosen for the Mobile core network are becoming key issues to be investigated for the forthcoming configurations. Particularly. the service acceptance control and the perspective of integration with the IP (internet Protocol) context are of great importance for the definition of the radio control functions and the specification of the switching and nobility control features respectively.The paper presents some basic considerations on the cellular planning issues arising in W-CDMA ( wideband -code division Multiple access) systems. by underlying the most significant innovative elements that are to be introduced in the planning process form the mobile operator viewpoint..

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On the Handover Performance of a Tri-threshold Bandwidth Reservation CAC Scheme

  • Tung, Hoi Yan;Tsang, Kim Fung;Lee, Lap To;Lam, Ka Lun;Sun, Yu Ting;Kwan, Shiu Keung Ronald;Chan, Sammy
    • ETRI Journal
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    • v.29 no.1
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    • pp.113-115
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    • 2007
  • A dynamic tri-threshold call admission control scheme has been developed. This scheme supports voice, data, and multimedia services and it complies with the universal mobile telecommunications system. The performance of the proposed scheme is evaluated under varying handover rates. The QoS performance-including channel utilization, call dropping probability, and blocking probability-is investigated. The performance of the developed scheme is found to be encouraging.

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