Loss Probabilities of Hand-In Traffic under Various Protocols, I: Models and Algebraic Results
Mobile telephone traffic business demands that a given base station be able to handle both newly originating traffic and 'hand-in' traffic from neighbouring base stations, with priority to be given to the latter, existing traffic. Starting from a baseline standard model in which all channels are available to all traffic, this note examines three other models, each with its own access control protocol that allocates a reserve capacity R amongst the Ntot channels to give priority to the hand-in...[Show more]
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