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Momentum-Based Motion Detection Methodology for Handoff in Wireless Networks

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Momentum-Based Motion Detection Methodology for Handoff in Wireless Networks
This paper presents a novel motion detection scheme by using the Momentum of Received Signal Strength (MRSS) to improve the quality of handoff in a general wireless network. MRSS can detect the motion state of a mobile node (MN) without assistance of any positioning service. Although MRSS is sensitive in detecting user’s motion, it is static and fails to detect quickly the motion changes of users. Thus, a novel motion state dependent MRSS scheme called Dynamic MRSS (DMRSS) algorithm is proposed to address this issue. Extensive simulation experiments were conducted to study performance of our presented algorithms. The simulation results show that MRSS and DMRSS can be used to assist a handoff algorithm in substantially reducing unnecessary handoff and saving power.
Tein-Yaw Chung, Chih-Hung Hsu, Yung-Mu Chen, K. Ro
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AINA
Authors Tein-Yaw Chung, Chih-Hung Hsu, Yung-Mu Chen, K. Robert Lai
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