In this paper, we investigate the communication performance of one-dimensional cellular networks from the viewpoint of the mobile node’s speed with the simulation method assuming various types of speed distributions. Simulation results are measured as blocking probabilities of both new and handoff calls and call completion probability. We can observe the phenomenon that blocking probabilities of both new and handoff calls are not related to the mobile node’s speed distribution, but the call completion probability concerns with that under overloaded situation when the blocking probabilities are not small.
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- Effect of Mobility on Communication Performance in Overloaded One-Dimensional Cellular Networks
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