Handover in a mobile wireless communication network –A Review Phase

  • Rebin Abdullah Saeed PG Student, Department of Information Technology, Lebanese French University, Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
Keywords: Wireless Communication Network, WiMAX, LTE, Handover, GSM and CDMA

Abstract

Mobility is the features of mobile communication that makes it desirable by all and varied. The whole world is now attractive in wireless communication as it provides users' ability to communicate on-the-go. IT is accomplished by transferring users from a radio network to another. This process is called handover. Handover occurs by adjusting the duration of soft handovers, the size of the areas and either by cell crossing or by deterioration in the signal quality of the current channel — the brief overview of handover, Handover in WiMAX and LTE, types of handover, handover types solutions, usually used handover parameters, some methods employed in the literature and I contemporary the convergent fact for continuance in the area of mobile wireless communication Handover.

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Published
2019-05-30