Teletraffic performance Analysis of Multi-band Overlaid WCDMA Systems

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Wide-band Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA) systems are considered to be among the best alternatives for Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS). In future deployment of WCDMA systems, spectrum overlay among sub-bands with different bandwidth is necessary to support various kinds of services. In this paper, we present a novel approach for evaluating the teletraffic performance of multi-band overlaid WCDMA systems in terms of time, call, and traffic blocking probabilities of each service class. We convert the radio model into a circuit switched network by introducing the concept of virtual channel so that classical teletraffic theory can be applied. A service class is modelled as a BPP (Binomial-Poisson-Pascal) multi-rate traffic stream.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication3rd Euro NGI 2007
Place of publicationTrondheim, Norway
PublisherIEEE
Publication date2007
Pages218-225
ISBN (print)1-4244-0856-3
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Conference3rd Euro-NGI Conference on Next Generation Internet Networks Design and Engineering for Heterogeneity : May 21-23
Number3
CityTrondheim, Norway
Period01/01/07 → …

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