A Moving Direction and Historical Information Assisted Fast Handover in LTE-ARami Amad, Elankovan Sundararajan, Nor Effendy Othman
Handover is one of the critical features in mobility management of Long Term Evolution Advanced (LTE-A) wireless systems. It allows the User Equipment (UE) to roam between LTE-A wireless networks. LTE-A is purely on hard handover, which may cause loss data if the handover is not fast. In this paper, an advanced technique proposed which combined between the current UE moving direction and its history information. Our proposed tracks the UE positions to discover its direction. When the UE is being near to handover area the UE starts searching in its history to return back the target cell. If the UE trajectory does not exist in its history then the UE and its serving cell start searching for target cell through using cosine function in order to select target cell. Our proposed technique is expected to increase the throughput, reduce the packet delay and loss, and reduce the frequent handovers.
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