Mean Waiting Time Analysis in Finite Storage Queues for Wireless Cellular Networks

  title={Mean Waiting Time Analysis in Finite Storage Queues for Wireless Cellular Networks},
  author={Spiros Louvros and Jerry Pylarinos and Stavros A. Kotsopoulos},
  journal={Wireless Personal Communications},
Quality of service is obtained by introducing a threshold in the maximum waiting time of a handover call in the queue. In case the handover call mean service time at each queue position is found to be greater than this threshold, this call can not be serviced by this cell. This innovative idea introduces a more flexible traffic management since it enables a delay prediction in case of congestion. Key-Words: -Wireless Networks, QoS, Mean Waiting Time 

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