Multilayered Model Strategy for Optimal Mobile Location Tracking
Helsinki, Finland / 1997
Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Symposium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications
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This paper presents a multilayered mobile tracking strategy. The resource needed to page a mobile station in a mobile telephone system is a major contributor of the forward control channel (FOCC) bottleneck problem. In order to minimize the paging cost and to maximize utilization of the bandwidth in the FOCC, a new paging strategy with multilayered paging areas is presented. By using mobility pattern changes in both time and location, multilayered optimal paging zones are derived such that the paging cost to locate a mobile station (MS) is minimized.
Sun, Junping and Lee, Hee C., "Multilayered Model Strategy for Optimal Mobile Location Tracking" (1997). CEC Faculty Articles. 485.