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Personal communication systems (PCS) aim to provide ubiquitous service to its subscribers. In order to fulfil the ubiquity requirement for service, PCS rely on two main features: use of wireless communications technology and mobility management. The former sets the basis to untie subscribers from a wire allowing them to freely move around. The latter allows(More)
A handover mechanism defines the steps involved in the transfer of all the information and resource allocation enabling a mobile terminal to remain connected to the wireless network infrastructure. A large number of handover mechanisms have been reported in the literature. We carry out a comprehensive QoS performance study of the handover mechanisms as(More)
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