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Modeling and Analysis of an Energy-Efficient Mobility Management Scheme in IP-Based Wireless Networks†
AbstractAn energy-efficient mobility management scheme in IP-based wireless networks is proposed to reduce the battery power consumption of mobile hosts (MHs). The proposed scheme manages seven MH states, including transmitting, receiving, attention/cell-connected, attention/paging area(PA)-connected, idle, off/attached, and detached states, to efficiently manage battery power, radio resources, and network load. We derive the stationary probabilities and steady state probabilities of the seven MH states for the proposed scheme in IP-based wireless networks in compact form. The effects of various input parameters on MH steady state probabilities and power consumption are investigated in the proposed scheme compared to the conventional scheme. Network costs such as cell updates, PA updates, binding-lifetime-based registrations, and paging messages are analyzed in the proposed and conventional schemes. The optimal values of PA size and registration interval are derived to minimize the network cost of the proposed scheme. The combined network and power costs are investigated for the proposed and conventional schemes. The results provide guidelines to select the proper system parameters in IP-based wireless networks.
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Hwang, H.Y.; Kwon, S.-J.; Chung, Y.W.; Sung, D.K.; Park, S. Modeling and Analysis of an Energy-Efficient Mobility Management Scheme in IP-Based Wireless Networks. Sensors 2011, 11, 11273-11294.View more citation formats
Hwang HY, Kwon S-J, Chung YW, Sung DK, Park S. Modeling and Analysis of an Energy-Efficient Mobility Management Scheme in IP-Based Wireless Networks. Sensors. 2011; 11(12):11273-11294.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hwang, Ho Young; Kwon, Sun-Jong; Chung, Yun Won; Sung, Dan Keun; Park, Suwon. 2011. "Modeling and Analysis of an Energy-Efficient Mobility Management Scheme in IP-Based Wireless Networks." Sensors 11, no. 12: 11273-11294.
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