HW3_ECE4607 - ECE4607 MOBILE and WIRELESS NETWORKS SPRING...

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ECE4607: MOBILE and WIRELESS NETWORKS SPRING 2008 HOMEWORK III GIVEN MARCH 18 2008 DUE: APRIL 25, 2008 (11:59 pm MIDNIGHT) SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS: SUBMIT ONLY ON-LINE FILE (as a .DOC FILE OR TEXT FILE) to "[email protected]" BEFORE MIDNIGHT. PLEASE PUT “ECE4607 HOMEWORK 3” IN THE SUBJECT LINE. NO HARD COPY WILL BE ACCEPTED!! Dr. Ian F. Akyildiz Ken Byers Distinguished Chair Professor in Telecommunications Broadband and Wireless Networking Laboratory School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA 30332 Tel.: 404-894-5141; Fax.: 404-894-7883; E_Mail: [email protected]
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Question 1. Figure 1 shows the traffic in Erlangs for a seven-cell cellular system located in a busy metropolitan area. The total available channels in the system are 395. Assuming each subscriber in the system generates 0.03 Erlangs of traffic with an average call holding time of 120 seconds and the system covers an area of 1,200 square miles with cells designed for Grade-of- Service (GOS) of 2%, compute: Figure 1. Traffic in Erlangs for a Seven-Cell Cellular System. (a) The number of channels required in each cell
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