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    #1

    allow some calls over new calls?

    Hi,
    I just can't figure out what does convey the underlined sentence. Does it mean that the higher priority calls are established being replaced in new class or what?

    Therefore, of interest are mechanisms that would allow reduction in the call blocking probability of higher priority call without reducing the bandwidth utilization, even if this reduction comes at the expense of increasing the call blocking probabilities of lower priority calls. Numerous prior researches have already been done to allow higher priority for handover calls over new calls [2,3].
    Numerous prior researches have already been done to allow higher priority for handover calls over new calls [2,3].


    Thank you.

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    Re: allow some calls over new calls?

    In cellular telephone engineering technology, a "handover call" is a call or data session in progress that is transferred from one channel connected to the core network to another, without interrupting the service. A "new call" is just that, a call that is just being placed. The underlined statement means that priority will be given to calls already in progress over new calls when it comes to bandwidth utilization.

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    Re: allow some calls over new calls?

    This isn't natural English. I don't understand "Numerous prior researches have already been done to allow ..."
    While something is obviously being said about giving higher priority to handover calls, it's difficult to say exactly what. Most likely it means that there have been previous successful attempts at implementing this procedure.

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    Re: allow some calls over new calls?

    I just can't figure out what does convey the underlined sentence the underlined sentence conveys.
    Rover

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    Re: allow some calls over new calls?

    This isn't natural English. I don't understand "Numerous prior researches have already been done to allow ...
    The OP misquoted (or attempted to shorthand) the original text, which reads "numerous prior research projects have already been done....".

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    Re: allow some calls over new calls?

    Sepmre, remember that it's important to quote your source.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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