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EFFICIENT GROUP CALL TRAFFIC ALLOCATION

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000008645D
Original Publication Date: 1998-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Jul-01
Document File: 2 page(s) / 69K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Rod Averbuch: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

PRIOR ART Figure I shows a typical example of a dispatch- application. In this example, the target service is a Dispatch services, in iDEN, have been imple- customer asking for taxi service. In this system, mented on cellular type infrastructure. In such cells that contain at least one member of the group systems, the group call scheme is inefficient. The are lit for traffic. Several cells are lit while only four reason behind the inefflciency is the need for trafftc members could serve the target. Lighting the two to light all sites in a service area that contain at least other remote sites on the right is a waste. one member of the group.

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MO-LA Technical Developments

EFFICIENT GROUP CALL TRAFFIC ALLOCATION

by Rod Averbuch and Ariel Pashtan

PRIOR ART Figure I shows a typical example of a dispatch- application. In this example, the target service is a Dispatch services, in iDEN, have been imple- customer asking for taxi service. In this system, mented on cellular type infrastructure. In such cells that contain at least one member of the group systems, the group call scheme is inefficient. The are lit for traffic. Several cells are lit while only four reason behind the inefflciency is the need for trafftc members could serve the target. Lighting the two to light all sites in a service area that contain at least other remote sites on the right is a waste.
one member of the group.

Service Target

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Fig. 1 Group Call in Cellular Dispatch

SOLUTION

  The solution can be applied on both a fixed companion disclosures. Figure 2 illustrates the service area configuration (current system) and on a solution configuration.
dynamic service area configuration as proposed in

Fig. 2 Solution Network Elements

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MOTOROLA Technical Developments

PROCEDURE EXAMPLE

* PSTN customer requests a taxi service providing target location (Zip code through talking menu, or telephone number that could be automatically recovered from caller ID service).

location (target location is mapped to cell location in the data base) for...