This paper deals with an efficient dynamic channel allocation (DCA) technique suitable for applications in mobile satellite cellular networks. A cost function is defined to allow an optimum selection of channels to be allocated on demand. A mobility model suitable for low earth orbit (LEO) satellite systems is presented. The performance of the novel DCA technique in terms of call blocking probability has been derived by simulations. The obtained results are compared with those achieved by a fixed channel allocation (FCA) technique to show a better behaviour.

Performance analysis of a dynamic channel allocation technique for satellite mobile cellular networks / DEL RE, Enrico; Fantacci, Romano; Giambene, G.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 1099-1247. - STAMPA. - 12:(1994), pp. 25-32. [10.1002/sat.4600120105]

Performance analysis of a dynamic channel allocation technique for satellite mobile cellular networks

DEL RE, ENRICO;FANTACCI, ROMANO;
1994

Abstract

This paper deals with an efficient dynamic channel allocation (DCA) technique suitable for applications in mobile satellite cellular networks. A cost function is defined to allow an optimum selection of channels to be allocated on demand. A mobility model suitable for low earth orbit (LEO) satellite systems is presented. The performance of the novel DCA technique in terms of call blocking probability has been derived by simulations. The obtained results are compared with those achieved by a fixed channel allocation (FCA) technique to show a better behaviour.
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