Browsing by Subject "Wireless networks"
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Continuous cell zooming algorithm is a potential dynamic cell zooming algorithm for energy-efficient operation of mobile wireless networks. In this algorithm, location management strategy (location update process) is required to know the location of the farthest user in each cell to perform cell zooming. However, the application of conventional periodic update scheme in continuous cell zooming algorithm can lead to a high signaling cost. Therefore, in this paper, two adaptive location update schemes, namely, Time-Adaptive Periodic Update ...
Mobile ad hoc networks or MANETs are infrastructureless wireless networks where each node can freely move and directly connect to the other nodes located within its transmission range to form the topology in any arbitrary pattern. Hence, to ensure network connectivity, each node tends to use the maximum transmission power to extend its transmission range. However, this maximized transmission range typically consumes more energy and consequently drains battery faster on mobile devices in these networks. Topology control is an effective technique ...
Performance Analysis of Adaptive Location Update Schemes for Continuous Cell Zooming Algorithm in Wireless Network (2016)
To reduce the transmitted power of base stations in mobile wireless networks, continuous cell zooming algorithm is a feasible dynamic cell zooming algorithm. In this algorithm, location management is required in order to know the locations of users. Movement-based Update is not compatible and the application of Convention Periodic Update (CPU) scheme in continuous cell zooming algorithm can lead to a high signaling cost. Thus, aiming to highlight the effectiveness of newly proposed location update schemes, Time-Adaptive Periodic Update (TAPU) and ...
Performance Evaluation of Dynamic Cell Zooming Algorithms in Omni-directional and Sector-based Cells (2014)
This paper evaluates and highlights the performance of three dynamic cell zooming algorithms applied in both omni-directional and sector-based networks. A possible framework compatible with dynamic cell zooming algorithms for user’s location detection is presented. The performance of each cell zooming algorithm is simulated in terms of power saving and possible outage in a full-day operation. According to simulated results, there is no significant difference between the performance of each algorithm and others at low traffic hours, but ...
(Bangkok : Assumption University, 2001)