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The signaling and voice traffic for a cellular communications system is transferred in the forward link between the base stations and the mobile stations. Similarly, the traffic is transferred in the reverse link between the mobile stations and the base stations.
The rate of user traffic growth in cellular communications systems is expected to be much higher than the rate of the equipment growth. Therefore, when designing cellular communications systems, the complexity of the base stations is preferably minimized, and the signaling of the forward link traffic is performed with as few base stations as possible. One reason for this is that the service areas of a large number of base stations will overlap. This overlapping of service areas may also occur when the base stations are not evenly spaced from one another. This overlapping of service areas may result in dropped calls. Therefore, it is desirable to minimize the number of base stations required to cover a service area, to reduce the complexity of the base stations, and to decrease the number of dropped calls.
In one type of communications system, a cellular communications system, a number of base stations each provide services to a particular sector in a geographic area. When a mobile station is located in the geographic area, the mobile station communicates with a base station that provides services to the geographic area, rather than to the geographic area that is served by the mobile station. The base station may be referred to as the serving base station, or primary base station. If the serving base station is unable to handle the communications needs of the mobile station, another base station may take over and provide services to the geographic area, rather than to the mobile station. The other base station may be referred to as a target base station, or secondary base station. The secondary base station then provides services to the geographic area. However, the same geographic area may be served by more than one secondary base station.
The mobile station monitors a control channel of the serving base station for a particular time duration, before searching for control channels of other base stations. A mobile station may monitor a control channel of a serving base station for a short period of time 00b4fdf01c
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 The appellant’s brief contains no appendix, nor has he filed a motion for permission to attach an appendix. Ordinarily, we could disregard these defects. See T.R.A.P. 9(B); see also, Peeples v. State, 725 N.E.2d 447, 449 (Ind. 2000) (discussing the failure to attach an appendix as a violation of T.R.A.P. 50(A)); Toney v. State, 735 N.E.2d 783, 790 (Ind. Ct.App. 2000) (discussing the failure to attach an appendix as a violation of Ind. Appellate Rule 46(A)(7)). Nevertheless, we have examined the appellant’s statement of the issues and find them appropriate for our review.
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