Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/5966
Title: Double radio frequency scheduling method for quick switching
Other Titles: 一种用于快速切换的双射频接口调度方法
Authors: Yao, G
Cao, J 
Zhang, C
Liu, C
Issue Date: 15-Aug-2012
Publisher: 中华人民共和国国家知识产权局
Source: 中国专利 ZL 200910139279.0 How to cite?
Abstract: The invention relates to the technical field of wireless communication and discloses a double radio frequency scheduling method for quick switching. The method comprises: calculating and collecting measurement data of a plurality intelligent triggers according to metric values of different layers of wireless network access link of a mobile terminal, and acquiring a scanning decision limit by using a multi-condition decision unification algorithm; and when the intelligent triggers are normal, allowing the mobile terminal to execute intelligent trigger decision scanning according to the scanning decision limit, or when the intelligent triggers are abnormal, allowing the mobile terminal to execute periodical scanning. When the double radio frequency scheduling method for quick switching, disclosed by the invention, is used, the alternate activating and deactivating double radio frequency scheduling interfaces are used to execute active scanning. When the method is used in the mobile terminal, unnecessary energy consumption is avoided and the performance of the quick switching is not lowered.
本发明涉及无线通信技术领域,公开了一种用于快速切换的双射频接口调度方法,所述方法包括:根据移动终端接入无线网络链路不同层度量值计算并收集多个智能触发器的测量数据,同时根据多条件判决归一算法获得扫描决定值;当智能触发器为正常状态时,移动终端根据所述扫描决定值执行智能触发器判决扫描,否则,执行周期性扫描。通过本发明公开的一种用于快速切换的双射频接口调度方法,采用轮流激活和去激活双射频接口以执行主动扫描,该方法应用在移动终端中避免了不必要的能量消耗,同时不降低快速切换的性能。
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/5966
Rights: 专利权人: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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