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    Title: An Adaptive Load Balance Allocation Strategy for Small Antenna Based Wireless Networks
    Authors: 陳忠信;CHEN, JONG-SHIN;王能忠;WANG, NENG-CHUNG;洪振偉;Hong, Zeng-Wei;張詠維;CHANG, YOUNG-WEI
    Contributors: 資訊工程學系
    Keywords: Small antenna, wireless network, load balance, and traffic-adaptation
    Date: 2009-07
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 13:56:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Technological advances and rapid development in handheld wireless terminals have facilitated the
    rapid growth of wireless communications. Since this tremendous growth of wireless communication
    requirements is expected under the constraint of limited bandwidth. The small antenna frameworks that can
    provide more flexible to handle the limited bandwidth will be the mainstream for wireless networks. The
    antenna divided a cell into several sections. Each section contains a part of the system codes used to provide
    wireless communications. Therefore, the system codes allocated to each section will effect the system capacity
    and a reasonable allocation should provide more codes to a section with heavy traffic than a section with light
    traffic. However, the large number of sections increases the difficult to allocate system codes to sections.
    Especially, when there are variations in the traffic loads among sections will lessen the traffic-carrying capacity.
    This study proposes an adaptive load balance allocation strategy for small antenna based wireless networks.
    This strategy is implemented to solve traffic-adaptation problem that can enhance the traffic-carrying capacity
    for variations in traffic. Furthermore, the simulation results are presented to confirm the efficiency of the
    proposed strategy.
    Relation: WSEAS Transactions on Communications
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