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Resource allocation in hierarchical cellular systems [electronic resource] / Lauro Ortigoza-Guerrero, A. Hamid Aghvami.

By: Ortigoza-Guerrero, Lauro.
Contributor(s): Aghvami, A. Hamid.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Artech House mobile communications library: ; Artech mobile communications series: Publisher: Boston, MA : Artech House, 1999Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 208 p.) : ill.ISBN: 1580532047 (electronic bk.); 9781580532044 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Radio frequency allocation | Cell phone systems | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Radio | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Resource allocation in hierarchical cellular systems.DDC classification: 384.54/524 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Overall Descriptive View of Contents -- The Need for WCMTS -- Basic Principles of WCMTS Operation -- HCSs -- Radio Resource Management in HCS -- Overall View of Technical Content of the Book -- Channel Allocation Strategies -- Performance Analysis Methods for a Single-Layer Microcellular System -- MASs for Universal Mobile Telecommunication Schemes in Manhattan-like Environments -- HCS for WCMTS -- A Distributed Dynamic Resource Allocation Strategy for HCS -- Use of DDRA in Realistic HCS with a UMTS MAS -- Resource Allocation Strategies--an Overview -- What Is a CAS? -- Disjoint Channels -- Cellular Reuse of Channels -- Types of CASs and Their Classification -- FCA -- Reuse Distance and Cell Patterns -- Channel Borrowing Schemes -- Simple Channel Borrowing -- Hybrid Channel Borrowing -- DCA -- Centralized DCA Schemes -- Distributed DCA Schemes -- HCA -- Other Strategies -- CAS Handling Handovers -- Reuse Partitioning -- Directed Retry -- The Bunch Concept -- Channel Allocation for HCS -- DCA with Prioritization for Handover Calls in Microcellular Environments -- The Problem of Handovers in Microcellular Environments -- Types of Handover Strategies -- Methods of Decreasing New Call Blocking -- Analysis Later in This Chapter -- Analytical Method for Calculating System Probabilities pb, ph, pft, and pnc -- Assumptions and Symbols -- pb and ph with NPS -- pb and ph with RCS -- Probabilities of Forced Termination and Call Not Completed, pft and pnc -- Calculation of Probability Values -- CAS -- Channel Allocation Description.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Overall Descriptive View of Contents -- The Need for WCMTS -- Basic Principles of WCMTS Operation -- HCSs -- Radio Resource Management in HCS -- Overall View of Technical Content of the Book -- Channel Allocation Strategies -- Performance Analysis Methods for a Single-Layer Microcellular System -- MASs for Universal Mobile Telecommunication Schemes in Manhattan-like Environments -- HCS for WCMTS -- A Distributed Dynamic Resource Allocation Strategy for HCS -- Use of DDRA in Realistic HCS with a UMTS MAS -- Resource Allocation Strategies--an Overview -- What Is a CAS? -- Disjoint Channels -- Cellular Reuse of Channels -- Types of CASs and Their Classification -- FCA -- Reuse Distance and Cell Patterns -- Channel Borrowing Schemes -- Simple Channel Borrowing -- Hybrid Channel Borrowing -- DCA -- Centralized DCA Schemes -- Distributed DCA Schemes -- HCA -- Other Strategies -- CAS Handling Handovers -- Reuse Partitioning -- Directed Retry -- The Bunch Concept -- Channel Allocation for HCS -- DCA with Prioritization for Handover Calls in Microcellular Environments -- The Problem of Handovers in Microcellular Environments -- Types of Handover Strategies -- Methods of Decreasing New Call Blocking -- Analysis Later in This Chapter -- Analytical Method for Calculating System Probabilities pb, ph, pft, and pnc -- Assumptions and Symbols -- pb and ph with NPS -- pb and ph with RCS -- Probabilities of Forced Termination and Call Not Completed, pft and pnc -- Calculation of Probability Values -- CAS -- Channel Allocation Description.

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