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Author Algorithm, Handover ♦ Kumar, Rajender ♦ Singh, Brahmjit
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Load Balance ♦ Enhanced Availability Rate ♦ Non-cooperative Selection Scheme ♦ Network Selection ♦ Proactive Group Vho Model ♦ Future Heterogeneous Network ♦ Error Vector Magnitude ♦ Radio Frequency Part ♦ Ubiquitous Diversity ♦ Optimal Resource Utilization ♦ Vertical Handover ♦ Seamless Multimedia Service ♦ Hetnet Performance ♦ Mobile Node ♦ Optimal Network Selection ♦ Simultaneous Vho Request ♦ Wireless Standard ♦ Overall Optimal Load Balance ♦ Link Availability ♦ Bus Train ♦ Transmission Delay ♦ New Attachment Node ♦ Packet Loss Rate ♦ Network Discovery ♦ Hetnet Utility ♦ Resource Utilization
Abstract Future Heterogeneous Network (HetNet) will foster interoperability to achieve seamless multimedia services. To exploit the ubiquitous diversity across HetNet, Mobile Nodes (MNs) will prefer to perform Vertical Handover (VHO) for better guaranteed Quality of Experience (QoE) and optimal resource utilization. To perform VHO, the radio frequency part of the emerging wireless standards needs to accurately estimate the channel for network selection. Further in HetNet, MNs may perform VHO in group (in bus / train) where HetNet utility increases abruptly due to simultaneous VHO requests and severely degrades the HetNet performance. Therefore, paper proposes a proactive group VHO model, whose network discovery is based on error vector magnitude (EVM) measurement which can be mobile or network controlled for optimal network selection (new attachment node). Proposed model is compared with probabilistic and non-cooperative selection schemes. Performance is evaluated in terms of link availability, packet loss rate, transmission delay, resource utilization to achieve overall optimal load balance.
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