Cell Assignability on Random Paths in CDMA Networks
As mobiles move along a trajectory in a wireless cellular network, they select base stations out of a list of eligible cells which can provide the required radio link quality. We partition the space of the processed signal strength into two complementary regions in which the cells are assignable or unassignable to a mobile. By using this approach, we develop an approximate model to assign the identified base stations to mobiles in CDMA cellular systems. In particular, we show the effect of the drop timer parameter of the soft handoff algorithm on the control traffic overhead of the IS-95 like system.
KeywordsOutage Probability Receive Signal Strength Wireless Cellular Network Soft Handoff Signal Strength Measurement
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