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A Proposal of a Dynamic Channel Assignment Strategy with Information of Moving Direction in Micro Cellular Systems
Kazunori OKADA Fumito KUBOTA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1992/12/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Networks and Mobile Communications)
dynamic channel assignment, micro cellular system, algorithm, handover, forced call termination,
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The demand for mobile communications is continuing to grow, but there is a limit on the radio frequency resources. Micro cellular systems are a strong solution to this problem. However, Forced Call Termination (FCT) and Channel Changing (CC) occur frequently in these systems because of their small cell size. This paper proposes a new Dynamic Channel Assignment (DCA) strategy which uses information of moving direction of Mobile Stations (MSs) to reduce FCT and CC. This strategy, the MD (Moving Direction) strategy, is compared with other major DCA strategies by simulating a one-dimensional service area covering a road, such as an expressway. The simulation shows that the MD strategy performs better than the other strategies with regard to FCT, CC, and carried load. FCT is an especially important factor in the quality of service. The MD strategy reduces FCT and has the largest carried load of the strategies, which means that it has the most efficient channel usage. This is an attractive characteristic of the MD strategy for micro cellular systems.