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Policy-Based QoS-Aware Packet Scheduling for CDMA 1x Ev-DO

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Policy-Based QoS-Aware Packet Scheduling for CDMA 1x Ev-DO
— CDMA 1x Ev-DO is an evolution of the CDMA2000 3G wireless standard to enable high rate packet data services up to 2.4Mbps in Rev 0, 3.1Mbps in Rev A, and 4.9Mbps in Rev B. To support such high data rates, CDMA 1x Ev-DO utilizes TDMA technology on the downlink allowing a single receiver per time slot. Accordingly, a scheduling algorithm is necessary to determine which user receives data in a given time slot. Typically, schedulers consider efficiency (increasing network throughput) or fairness (fair allocation of resources among users) as the basis for scheduling. To realize a reasonable tradeoff between efficiency and fairness, opportunistic schedulers have been proposed that take advantage of instantaneous improvements in users radio conditions by serving them at higher rates. However, given the increasing demand to support user QoS requirements, a QoS-aware scheduler may need to serve users even at times of inadequate radio conditions. In this paper, we propose a QoS-aware packe...
Jinho Hwang, M. Tamer Refaei, Hyeong-Ah Choi, Jae-
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Jinho Hwang, M. Tamer Refaei, Hyeong-Ah Choi, Jae-Hoon Kim 0004, JungKyo Sohn, Hyeong In Choi
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