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Handover scheme for mobile cellular communication systems

Handover scheme for mobile cellular communication systems

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A new scheme for minimising handover failure probability in mobile cellular communication systems, by exchanging channels between two mobiles moving in opposite directions across the handover area of adjacent cells, is presented. The performance evaluation of the new scheme is carried out by computer simulation of a two cell model.

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