Traffic Management Algorithm and Adaptive Handover Initiation Time for Dynamic Traffic Load Distribution
Source: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
In next-generation all-IP based wireless systems, Radio Resource Management (RRM) algorithms are required in order to effectively control resources and maintain the acceptable service quality. RRM algorithms are needed to guarantee the required Quality of Service (QoS), to supply the optimum coverage area and to offer high capacity. Therefore, there is a critical need for RRM to provide efficient utilisation of the air interface resources. A user, with a large range of mobility, will access the network and will be able to seamlessly reconnect to different networks, even within the same session. The core network will enable inter- and intra-access handover. In the next-generation wireless systems coverage/capacity will change dynamically to accommodate changing user patterns.