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What is concept of Loss Handover and Lossless Handover in PDCP?

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What is concept of Loss Handover and Lossless Handover in PDCP?
posted Mar 31, 2015 by anonymous

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W.r.t PDCP layer, there are two types of handovers "seamless" and "lossless". The term seamless is used for those bearers (UM modes) which can tolerate packet loss but not delay, for example : VoIP services while other services like file transfer is reverse in nature , it can't tolerate packet loss. Services like file transfers are provided by using AM mode bearer. For such type of bearer source eNodeB forwards PDCP SN and HFN numbers to target eNodeB and named as "lossless" handover while source eNodeB doesn't share PDCP SN and HFN of UM mode bearers with target eNodeB.

answer Mar 31, 2015 by Vimal Kumar Mishra
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