—The paper utilized the idea of bandwidth quantization and proposed a dynamic and adaptive bandwidth reallocation for admission control in mobile WiMAX networks. Based upon four QoS mechanisms (excluding the best effort), adaptively degrade and recover bandwidth to an existing user may improve the system performance but with tradeoff of complexity. Hand over and new calls were taken into account. The paper did analytical evaluations with multidimensional Markov chain; bandwidth utilization and blocking/dropping probability were the performance indices for comparison. The results presented that the utilization was increased and those probabilities were reduced simultaneously.
—QoS, adaptive admission control, bandwidth quantization and reallocation, hand over
Kai-Wei and Ho-Ting Wu are with the Department of CSIE, National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT), Taiwan, ROC (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
D. Jayasakthi is with CSIE institute, NTUT (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). Shiao-Ting Huang is with NTUT, and now she is with Qisda Co. Ltd., Taiwan, ROC.
Cite:Kai-Wei Ke, Ho-Ting Wu, D. Jayasakthi, and Shiao-Ting Huang, "Adaptive Admission Control with Bandwidth Quantization and Dynamic Reallocation for Mobile WiMAX," International Journal of Future Computer and Communication vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 623-627 , 2013.