What is MAHO (Mobile Assisted HandOver)?

A mobile assisted handoff (MAHO) is an interaction utilized in GSM cell networks where a cell phone helps/assists the phone base station to send a call to another base station. It is a method utilized in portable telecom to transfer a mobile phone to a new radio channel with more grounded signal strength and further developed channel quality. Handoff is fundamental for forestalling loss of interruption of administration to a data session user. Handoff is also called handover. It is utilized in GSM cellular networks.