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QoS-oriented access control for 4G mobile multimedia CDMA communications

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An efficient medium access control protocol with fair packet loss sharing packet scheduling is proposed for wireless code-division multiple access communications. The proposed MAC protocol exploits both time-division and code-division statistical multiplexing. The FPLS scheduler uses the information of traffic rate distribution and quality of service requirements to assign priorities to the users and determines an efficient combination of the packets for transmission in the time slots of each frame, so the number of the served users is maximized under the QoS constraints. Simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the FPLS scheduler, in comparison with other previously proposed scheduling algorithms

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 3 )