Journal international des progrès technologiques

Journal international des progrès technologiques
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ISSN: 0976-4860


Received Signal Strength Based Effective Call Scheduling in Wireless Mobile Network

Biswajit Bhowmik, Pooja, Piyali Sarkar, Nupur Thakur

Mobility is the most imperative aspect in a wireless cellular communication system. The channel associated with the current connection (Base Station), while a call is in progress, is changed. The existing call may then change to a new Base Station (BS). Either crossing a cell boundary of current BS by the mobile caller also called mobile station (MS) or deterioration in quality of the signal in the current channel is primarily responsible for initiating this new connection. In this paper an improved Signal Strength Based Priority Queue Generation (S2BPQ) model is introduced for effective call scheduling. The model computes signal strength of a mobile caller (MC) to enqueue and introduces a tree with heap like structure for generated queue implementation in considerably reduced time. Determination of arrival rate of MCs and introduction of auto-generated data structure for selection of MCs in low starvation scheme reflect both originality and generality of the model.