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A variable bandwidth scheme for predictive control in cellular networks

A Variable Bandwidth Scheme for Predictive Control in Cellular Networks

Hao Wang


Abstract

Abstract.

  • Lack of bandwidth resource is an urgent problem in cellular networks. A Variable Bandwidth Scheme (VBS) for channel resources predictive control and call admission control enhances the quality of services (QoS) in cellular networks. Compared with the Time-based Channel Predictive Control (TCPC) schemes, the Variable Bandwidth Scheme reduces call dropping probability (CDP) and call blocking probability (CBP). And the scheme improves performance in resource control and wireless channel utilization. Simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed scheme.


Introduction

Introduction

  • Cellular Networks provide seamless coverage services with the low propagation delay, low-power terminals and the good QoS. GSM networks and 3G networks are classic examples of cellular networks. Call Dropping Probability (CDP) and Call Blocking Probability (CBP) are important indexes for cellular networks. Furthermore, it should be noted that blocking a handover call is more unsatisfying to the user than blocking a new call; more attention has been paid to the handover issue.


Introduction1

Introduction

  • The Variable Bandwidth Scheme (VBS) is proposed in this paper to balance the channel utilization rate and the system complexity. In the scheme, the bandwidth resource of a cell is divided into two states according to the traffic load. In low traffic load state, the main purpose of the system is to decrease the system complexity and processing time; and in high traffic load state, the main purpose of the scheme is to improve the bandwidth utilization rate, and provide the services for more users.


Variable bandwidth scheme

Variable Bandwidth Scheme

  • The strategy of VBS is described in this section. In VBS, two traffic load states of cells are defined. One state is the Channel Low-Occupancy Rate, called CLOR state; the other is Channel High-Occupancy Rate, called CHOR state. The switch of the two states is determined by a channel occupancy rate threshold. Two classes of calls, voice calls and non-real-time calls are considered in VBS.


A variable bandwidth scheme for predictive control in cellular networks

  • In CHOR state, the main goal is how to provide services for users as many as possible; in requital for that the cost is the more processing time and the complexity of system.


S imulation results

Simulation Results


S imulation results1

Simulation Results


S imulation results2

Simulation Results


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • A new Variable Bandwidth Scheme (VBS) for channel resources predictive control in cellular network was proposed in this paper. VBS defines two traffic load states of cells, the CLOR state and the CHOR state. In CLOR state, the main purpose of the scheme is to decrease the system complexity and processing time; and in CHOR state, the main purpose of the scheme is to improve the bandwidth utilization rate, and provide the services for more users. Compared with TCPC, the simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of VBS.


A variable bandwidth scheme for predictive control in cellular networks

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