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A system model based on joint layer mechanism is formulated for optimal data scheduling over fixed point-to-point links in OFDMA ad-hoc wireless networks. A distributed scheduling algorithm (DSA) for system model optimization is proposed that combines the randomly chosen sub carrier according to the channel condition of local sub carriers with link power control to limit interference caused by the reuse of sub carrier among links. For the global fairness improvement of algorithms, a global power control scheduling algorithm (GPCSA) based on the proposed DSA is presented and dynamically allocates global power according to difference between average carrier-noise-ratio of selected local links and system link protection ratio. Simulation results demonstrate that the proposed algorithms achieve better efficiency and fairness compared with other existing algorithms.