Teletraffic Characteristics of Mobile Packet Communication Networks Considering Self-Similarity in Terminal Cell Dwell Time

Hirotoshi HIDAKA  

IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications   Vol.E85-B   No.1   pp.199-205
Publication Date: 2002/01/01
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Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Internet Technology II -- Traffic Control and Performance Evaluation in the Internet)
teletraffic,  self-similarity,  mobile Internet,  cell dwell time,  mobile packet communication networks,  

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Teletraffic characteristics of a mobile packet communication network, which supports mobile Internet, were quantitatively evaluated by using a terminal migration model in which the cell dwell time possesses self-similarity. I used a migration model in which the migration speed of the terminal is determined by the density of the dwell terminals in a cell (determined from measured vehicular mobility characteristics). The transmission rates per terminal in a cell were estimated as teletraffic on the mobile packet communication networks using this migration model. I found that when there is self-similarity in the terminal cell dwell time, communicating terminals may be concentrated in the cell and restricted for an indefinite period of time to using only a narrow bandwidth.