Performance analysis of radio access techniques in self-configured next generation wireless networks

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Authors: R. Rajaguru and K. Vimaladevi
Date: June 30, 2016
From: Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences(Vol. 10, Issue 10 SE)
Publisher: American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information
Document Type: Article
Length: 4,317 words
Lexile Measure: 1490L

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In recent days, the wireless communication system has become a more preponderant revolution; still there is a poor probability in call connection and the incrementing ratio in call termination. This paper shows the enhancement in wireless communication systems to amend the performance and to reduce the probability of call termination. Proposed aspire solution to ameliorate the performance and to reduce the probability of call termination due to the handoff failure by deploying incipient Radio Access Communication (RAC) techniques over legacy. This RAC technique will amend the performance and to reduce the probability of call termination in a wireless communication system in reliable and more expeditious manner. This paper enhances the detailed discuss about the Inter/Intra radio access communication between variant networks. The proposed autonomous network will discuss the amendment in Quality of Accommodation during call establishment, perpetual calls, handover procedures and the results are graphically represented utilizing the simulated results are verified. KEYWORDS: RAC Algorithm, Inter/Intra RAC, Self Optimization, QoS

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