Cornel Balint

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GSM/(E)GPRS networks support a mixture of traffic consisting of voice and data. A key concept of dimensioning radio resources in such networks is represented by sharing resources between different users and different services. In this paper we address the problem of voice and data traffic models according to different resources allocations strategies: CP(More)
Dimensioning radio resources in GSM/GPRS networks is particularly important because of the presence of mixed traffic: voice and data. Appropriate models are required especially when the implemented resources allocation strategy is Partial Partitioning. In this paper we propose three mixed traffic models suitable for dimensioning cells using PP scheme. In(More)
In Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks handover performance is of high importance. In this paper we disseminate the results obtained during several handover experiments in LTE Heterogeneous Networks (HetNet) considering for handover trigger the A3 event and different parameters: Reference Signal Received Power (RSSP) and Reference Signal Received Quality(More)
The sharing of resources between different users and different services is a key concept of radio resources dimensioning in GSM/GPRS networks. In this paper we present dimensioning rules based on traffic evaluation and quality of service level for GSM/GPRS users, focused on two radio resources allocation strategies: CP (Complete Partitioning) and PP(Partial(More)
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