Author: Lee, Chi-ho
Title: Application of dynamic channel allocation strategies to GSM hierarchical cellular network
Degree: M.Sc.
Year: 1999
Subject: Mobile communication systems
Cellular telephone systems
Hong Kong Polytechnic University -- Dissertations
Department: Multi-disciplinary Studies
Department of Electronic Engineering
Pages: 97, [16] leaves : ill. ; 30 cm
Language: English
Abstract: Dynamic Channel Allocation (DCA) is a popular topic in mobile cellular radio technology developments. In this dissertation, various dynamic channel allocation strategies are studied and their feasibility in application to the GSM hierarchical cellular network is investigated. Simulations are done on two signal strength measurement-based distributed DCA schemes, the Separated Autonomous Reuse Partitioning (SARP) and Hierarchical Autonomous Reuse Partitioning (HARP) schemes. Performance evaluations are also compared with conventional Fixed Channel Allocation (FCA) scheme. Simulation results show that the application of the two schemes in hierarchical cellular network can improve the overall network performance under both uniform and non-uniform traffic loading conditions. These schemes are also less susceptible to temporal traffic loading variations.
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