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Modeling and Performance Analysis of Wireless Networks

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Wireless communications and networks research is a vast area of science and technology concerned with the development of the most efficient means of packaging and transmitting information between nodes. Key goals include reducing costs and power usage through the design of application-specific antennas, and maximizing bandwidth of communication channels via improvements in information system theory.

In wireless mobile networks, quantities such as call blocking probability, call dropping probability, handoff probability, handoff rate, and the actual call holding times for both complete and incomplete calls are very important performance parameters in the network performance evaluation and design. 

 

 

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