Olabisi Emmanuel Falowo

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Existing radio access technology (RAT)-selection algorithms for heterogeneous wireless networks (HWNs) do not consider the problem of RAT selection for a group of calls from a multimode terminal. Multimode terminals for next generation wireless networks have the capability to support two or more classes of calls simultaneously. The problem of RAT selection(More)
Next generation wireless networks will interwork hence combine resources of the available heterogeneous networks for connection support. Mobility across these networks will be inevitable. Thus, to support seamless connection migration between the networks, seamless handover is a necessary requirement. One of the requirements for ensuring seamless handover(More)
There is a problem of unfairness in allocation of radio resources among heterogeneous mobile terminals in heterogeneous wireless networks. Low-capability mobile terminals (such as single-mode terminals) suffer high call blocking probability whereas high-capability mobile terminals (such as quad-mode terminals) experience very low call blocking probability,(More)
The heterogeneous deployment of ultra-dense femtocells overlaying the conventional macrocells is seen as an efficient and cost-effective solution for providing indoor coverage and capacity in the fifth generation (5G) wireless networks. However, it will result in interference between macrocells and femtocells (cross-tier interference), interference between(More)
Mobile IPv6 and its extensions including Proxy MIPv6 employ a centralized mobility anchor to handle mobility management of the mobile nodes. The mobility anchor is in charge of mobility routing, location management and home address allocation functions. Having all of these functions bundled in a single network entity brings performance issues such as non(More)