PERFORMANCE INVESTIGATION OF WIRELESS INTEGRATED NETWORKS FOR RURAL AREA
|Sandeepika1, H P Singh2, Manju Bala3, Jaswinder Singh4
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Wireless technology having an important role in the field of communications and allows users to connect at anywhere and anytime. The users enjoy the features of 3G networks such as more connectivity and IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN has its own advantages in terms of low cost and its widespread use. In order to get the best services of both technologies, the idea of integrating UMTS with Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) came into existence. The integrated UMTS-WLAN network can be capable of providing ubiquitous connectivity and high data rate to the end user. The work in this paper presets the performance of the wireless integrated network for the rural environment. The combined effect of the packet loss and mobility has been analyzed for the wireless integrated networks. The proposed architecture analyzes the performance of integrated UMTS-WLAN with outdoor to indoor and pedestrian path loss model for the rural environment under varying network conditions.