Proceedings of the Eight IEEE International Symposium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC'97), September 1-4, 1997., Helsinki, Finland
In this paper we describe the probability of all-successful channel occupations in wireless Personal Communication Systems (PCS) employing Packet Reservation Multiple Access (PRMA) and Dynamic Channel Allocation (DCA) techniques. The aim of this paper is to evaluate a measure describing the probability of all-successful channel occupations as a function of the user movement characteristics, and channel allocation strategy measures. The evaluation is carried out through step by step incorporation of random variables of the relative conditional probability measures. The developed measure is then compared with an already existing channel allocation measure. In addition, it is shown how the channel allocation strategy can affect the developed measures. Finally, a total view of the wireless system is developed by combining user's and operational network points of view.