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Challenges in Packet Scheduling in 4G Wireless Networks

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Network information theory states that novel methods, such as, cooperative communication and relaying can increase the overall network transport capacity. These methods are not utilized in current networking technologies. The 3G RAN will not scale up to meet the requirements set for telecommunication in the next decade. We need a novel fourth generation (4G) RAN design. This paper analyses challenges in wireless packet scheduling algorithms for 4G systems and proposes energy efficient scheduling and queue management solutions for the 4G wireless environment. Focus in our work is kept on a relay networking scenarios, which comprise of operator managed RAN including relays together with user controlled mobile routers

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Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 2006 IEEE 17th International Symposium on

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11-14 Sept. 2006