Performance analysis of channel DE-allocation schemes for dynamic resource allocation in GSM/GPRS networks
Channel de-allocation for GSM voice call (DASV) has been considered for dynamic resource allocation in GSM/GPRS networks. Two new de-allocation schemes are proposed: de-allocation for GPRS packet (DASP) and de-allocation for both GSM voice call and GPRS packet (DASVP). An analytic model with general GPRS data channel requirement is derived to evaluate the performance of the schemes in terms of GSM voice call incompletion probability, GPRS packet dropping probability, average GPRS packet transmission time and channel utilisation.
Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering | Signal Processing | Systems and Communications
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Performance analysis of channel DE-allocation schemes for dynamic resource allocation in GSM/GPRS networks.
Electronics Letters, 40(24),