A cross-layer based dynamically tuned queue length
scheduler is presented in this paper, for the Downlink of multiuser
and multiantenna WLAN systems with heterogeneous traffic
requirements. An opportunistic scheduling algorithm is applied,
while real time classes are prioritized. A trade-off between the
throughput maximization of the system and the guarantee of the
QoS requirements is obtained. Therefore the length of the queue
is dynamically tuned to select the appropriate conditions based
on the operator requirements.
CitationZorba, N.; Verikoukis, C.; Pérez, A. QoS scheduling in heterogeneous traffic multiuser multiantenna WLAN systems. A: PIMRC 2009. "PIMRC 2009". Tokyo: 2009, p. 2757-2761.
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