Vol.71, No.3, 2022, pp.4941-4953, doi:10.32604/cmc.2022.023732
5G Smart Mobility Management Based Fuzzy Logic Controller Unit
  • Chafaa Hamrouni1,*, Slim Chaoui2
1 Taif University-Khurma Univ. College-Department of Computer Sciences, Khurma, 2935, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
2 College of Computer and Information Sciences, Dep. of Computer Engineering and Networks, Jouf University, Skaka, K.S.A
* Corresponding Author: Chafaa Hamrouni. Email:
Received 19 September 2021; Accepted 05 November 2021; Issue published 14 January 2022
In the paper, we propose a fuzzy logic controller system to be implemented for smart mobility management in the 5G wireless communication network. Mobility management is considered as a main issue for all-IP mobile networks future generation. As a network-based mobility management protocol, Internet Engineering Task Force developed the Proxy Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6) in order to support the mobility of IP devices, and many other results were presented to reduce latency handover and the amount of PMIPv6 signaling, but it is not enough for the application needs in real-time. The present paper describes an approach based on the IEEE 802.21 Media Independent Handover (MIH) standard and PMIPv6, so we present a new vertical handover algorithm for anticipating handover process efficiently. Our object is to propose a smart mobility management that contribute in 5G wireless communication system network operating functions. Two proposed dynamic thresholds were successfully made to guaranty process triggering, and a new primitive MIH is proposed for signaling a needed handover to be done. Simulation results demonstrate a significant reduction of the handover delay, packet loss, handover blocking probability and signaling overhead. Simulation results and tests are accomplished.
5G; proxy mobile IPv6; media independent handover; wireless system; QoS; LTE; HDM
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Hamrouni, C., Chaoui, S. (2022). 5G Smart Mobility Management Based Fuzzy Logic Controller Unit. CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, 71(3), 4941–4953.
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