Title: THE DIRECT INFLUENCE OF THE CELL PERIMETER ON THE HANDOVER DELAY IN THE BROADBAND NETWORK

Issue Number: Vol. 3, No. 4
Year of Publication: 2013
Page Numbers: 341-349
Authors: Elmabruk Elgembari, Kamaruzzaman Seman
Journal Name: International Journal of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (IJDIWC)
- Hong Kong

Abstract:


One of the main keys of positioning and ranging technologies in wireless telecommunication networks is the values of distance and RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication), side along with the cell perimeter have a significant relationship for the effect of the network quality in terms of quality in services and connectivity, and not less in the roaming stage. Many research results drove to influence these keys to the handover delay in the broadband network, so in many cases that MT handover between the boarders of location areas or zones has been affected by long time delay and packet data lost. Over recent years many signal propagation schemes have been presented to describe the relationship between cell size and Mobile terminal distance between the current and the targeted base station and RSSI. In this paper, the modify scheme of the location management area (LMA) -based multimedia broadcast services scheme has been presented , the effect of cell size and distance between BS and MT and the RSSI , which shown their influence of the handoff delay . The analytical algorithm results showed the reduction of the handover delay in smaller perimeter cell size compared to the large cells in location management area.