A Soft Computing Based Adaptive Call Admission Control Scheme for Bi-Class Traffic in CDMA Cellular Network

Soft handoff in CDMA cellular system increases system capacity as compared to hard handoff as interference is reduced by transmitting signals as lower power level. A CDMA cellular system involving voice and data calls is considered in this paper. The model proposed in this paper is for data and voice services (Bi-class). It is based on reservation for handoff voice and data calls along with call queuing scheme for handoff data calls. Preemptive priority scheme is used for handoff voice calls over ongoing data calls. Upper channel limits are set for new voice as well as data calls to give priority to handoff calls.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Mobility Date Added: Feb 2012 Format: PDF

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