Effect of cell residence time distribution on the performance of cellular mobile networks

  title={Effect of cell residence time distribution on the performance of cellular mobile networks},
  author={F. Khan and D. Zeghlache},
  journal={1997 IEEE 47th Vehicular Technology Conference. Technology in Motion},
  pages={949-953 vol.2}
  • F. Khan, D. Zeghlache
  • Published 1997
  • Computer Science
  • 1997 IEEE 47th Vehicular Technology Conference. Technology in Motion
Due to the existing disparity of assumptions on cell residence time (CRT) statistics encountered in the literature so far, a study to quantify the effect of CRT distributions on cellular network performance is conducted. In a cellular network, the distribution of the cell residence time depends on many factors such as cell shape, cell radius, user mobility and the paths a user follows. We compare results for call blocking, hand-off failure and forced termination probability when the… Expand
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