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Title: Predictive load-sharing scheme in a microcellular radio environment
Authors: Kuek, S.S. 
Wong, Wai-Choong 
Vijayan, Rajiv
Goodman, David J.
Issue Date: Nov-1993
Citation: Kuek, S.S., Wong, Wai-Choong, Vijayan, Rajiv, Goodman, David J. (1993-11). Predictive load-sharing scheme in a microcellular radio environment. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 42 (4) : 519-520. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In a metropolitan microcellular environment, the cell coverage zone can be highly irregular. Thus highly overlapping areas can result due to an attempt to achieve ubiquitous coverage. We propose a predictive load sharing (PLS) scheme to alleviate localised congestion by using the knowledge of users potentially entering and leaving a cell. We study the system in a linear bidirectional highway environment. Results show that load carried is increased and the handsoff failure rate is lowered compared to the Fixed Channel Assignment (FCA) scheme. A lower handsoff failure rate is a desirable since the forced termination of an existing call can be very annoying to a user.
Source Title: IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
ISSN: 00189545
DOI: 10.1109/25.260759
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