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URN etd-0119112-145030 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2051 times. Download 778 times. Author Hsin-Yu Pan Author's Email Address No Public. Department Communication Engineering Year 2011 Semester 1 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 75 Title A study on mechanism for accelerating wimax femtocell handover Keyword Femtocell Accelerating Mechanism Handover WiMAX WiMAX Handover Accelerating Mechanism Femtocell Abstract Demands from consumers drive the evolution of wireless communication technology. Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, known as WiMAX, therefore emerged, and is welcome by particular markets. In order to provide satisfactory service in indoor environments, femtocell base stations are introduced into WiMAX network system.
This thesis analyzes the handover mechanism between femtocell and macrocell of WiMAX network, and proposes an improvement solution to shorten the processing time of handover.
The proposed solution will make femtocell get the configuration parameters of mobile stations from macrocell in early stage, to prepare the handover process in advance. This solution is realized and verified by a WiMAX simulation system. By means of message log analysis through a network sniffing tool, we found the handover processing time can be shortened by 61%, and the regular handover function is conformed.
Advisor Committee Prof. Chau-Yun Hsu - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2012-01-05 Date of Submission 2012-01-19