BAC: Bandwidth Based Admission Control Scheme for Gateway Relocation in IEEE 802.16e Networks

The next generation wireless communication system aims at supporting multimedia services with different Quality of Services (QoS) and bandwidth requirements. Therefore effective management of limited resources is important to enhance network performance. Access Service Network GateWay (ASN GW) relocation is the process of changing the traffic's Anchor Point (AP) from one GW to another which is independent of Mobile Station's (MS's) Link Layer (LL) handover. The existing standards have details about the ASN relocation procedures, but do not specify when the ASN GW relocation has to be performed.

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