Performance of Reservation in Call Admission Control Schemes for Code-Division Multiple Access Systems with Nonuniform Traffic Distribution Among Cells

Abstract

In this paper, we propose the reservation type call admission control (CAC) scheme to resolve the intercell unbalanced traffic problem. Differently from a conventional CAC scheme where the system resource is fully allocated to the local users in the home cell, the proposed CAC scheme reserves a small portion of the system resource for new calls occurring in the neighboring cells instead of fully allowing the local users in the home cell to occupy the system resource. As a result, the proposed CAC scheme improves the overall call blocking probability when the traffic is nonuniformly distributed among cells. More specifically, the proposed CAC scheme improves the overall call blocking probability by 15% when one cell has 67% more traffic than its surrounding cells.

DOI: 10.1023/B:IJWI.0000007997.85722.5a

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@article{Koo2003PerformanceOR, title={Performance of Reservation in Call Admission Control Schemes for Code-Division Multiple Access Systems with Nonuniform Traffic Distribution Among Cells}, author={Insoo Koo and Seungjae Bahng and Kiseon Kim}, journal={IJWIN}, year={2003}, volume={10}, pages={159-163} }