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Software defined radio (SDR) is a key development environment for future wireless communication systems. This attractive technology opens the way for lots of evolutions in applications, mainly in the field of service-on-demand. Quality of service (QoS) upon user satisfactory is being inherently included in forthcoming wireless standardizations. In this paper, we apply the SDR methodology on parts of the Global System for Mobile communications, and the Code Division Multiple Access CDMA Interim Standard IS-95 to suggest levels of QoS related to performance. We show results achieved by this approach in effectively utilizing the hardware resources with a guarantee of the suitable performance.