A New Model of Genetic Zone Routing Protocol (GZRP): The Process of Load Balancing and Offloading on The UMTS-IEEE 802.11g Hybrid Networks

Abstract: The stages of the process of Genetic Algorithm (GA), are: Encoding Genotype and Chromosome; Set Initialization Population; Evaluation Fitness Function; and Selection Process as well as in the laterstages Cross Over Process and Mutation. Outputs from the tests performed in this study can be obtainedby comparing the Genes of the Child (condition data traffic on the UMTS Hybrid - 802.11g network after the GA) against Gen Holding (traffic data before the GA process).
The research was conducted by calculating the environmental factors, namely: The scheme Two - Ray Model Propagation and Overlapping Channel Interference Factor, the Doppler Effect be ignored because the User Equipment (UE) is considered not to shift significant arenas on the IEEE 802.11g networks. The results of the research is as follows: In the process of cross over, there is a significantchange in the bandwidth, data traffic capacity and Power parameter changes by 9 MHz, 36 MB, and 40dBm. In the process of mutation, there is a significant change in the bandwidth, data traffic capacity, and Power parameter by 17 MHz, 32 MB, and 20 dBm.
Keywords: genetic algorithm, UMTS-IEEE 802.11g hybrid networks, two-ray model propagation, overlapping channel interference factor
Author: Setiyo Budiyanto, Arissetyanto Nugroho
Journal Code: jptkomputergg170150

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