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    Title: Performance of adaptive vertical handoff in heterogeneous networks of WLAN and WCDMA systems
    Authors: Huang, Yung-Fa;Hsu, Chin-Wei;Gao, Fu-Bin;Chen, Hsing-Chung
    Contributors: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering
    Keywords: Hysteresis;Information management;Semiconductor storage;Telecommunication networks;Wireless local area networks (WLAN);Wireless telecommunication systems;Average data;Handoff rates;Simulation result;Vertical handoff;W-CDMA system;Wireless LAN;WLAN
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-04-08 20:22:04 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: This paper studies the performance of adaptive vertical handoff schemes for overlayed WCDMA and wireless LAN (WLAN) heterogeneous networks. Simulation results show that the proposed adaptive hysteresis vertical handoff can increase lots of average data rate than the fixed hysteresis vertical handoff scheme. Moreover, the proposed adaptive hysteresis vertical handoff scheme can reduce the ping-pong handoff rate as well. © 2009 IEEE.
    Relation: NCM 2009 - 5th International Joint Conference on INC, IMS, and IDC :2103-2107
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