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Impact of mobility on call block, call drops and optimal cell size in small cell networks

Abstract : We consider small cell networks and study the impact of user mobility. Assuming Poisson call arrivals at random positions with random velocities, we discuss the characterization of handovers at the boundaries. We derive explicit expressions for call block and call drop probabilities using tools from spatial queuing theory. We also derive expressions for the average virtual server held up time. These expressions are used to derive optimal cell sizes for various profile of velocities in small cell networks via some numerical examples. We further discuss the performance of the optimal system.
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Sreenath Ramanath, Veeraruna Kavitha Voleti, Eitan Altman. Impact of mobility on call block, call drops and optimal cell size in small cell networks. 2011. ⟨inria-00573966⟩

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