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Title
Performance analysis of IP micro-mobility handoff protocols
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Abstract
Micro-mobility protocols have been proposed to provide seamless local mobility support. This paper focuses on the performance of the handoff schemes of two candidates for micro-mobility protocols, namely HAWAII and Cellular IP. For each handoff scheme, a simple analytical model is developed for the evaluation of two characteristic performance measures: the packet loss probability during handoff and the extra delay experienced by packets that are involved in the handoff. Application of these models allows a comparison of two important handoff schemes: the Multiple Stream Forwarding scheme of HAWAII and the Semi-soft Handoff scheme of Cellular IP.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Lecture notes in computer science. - Berlin, 1973, currens
Source (book)
7th International Workshop on Protocols for High Speed Networks, APR 22-24, 2002, BERLIN, GERMANY
Publication
Berlin : 2002
ISBN
3-540-43658-8
Volume/pages
2334(2002), p. 211-226
ISI
000181393700014
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