Fair, class based packet scheduling scheme considering handoff priority to improve Qos for broadband wireless access systems

Mohammed, H and Gregory, M 2010, 'Fair, class based packet scheduling scheme considering handoff priority to improve Qos for broadband wireless access systems', in Sandhu, P.S., Mahadevan, V., Jusoff, Hj. K (ed.) Proceedings of the Second International Conference Computer and Engineering Applications, United States, 19-21 March, 2010, pp. 499-504.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Fair, class based packet scheduling scheme considering handoff priority to improve Qos for broadband wireless access systems
Author(s) Mohammed, H
Gregory, M
Year 2010
Conference name International Conference on Computer and Engineering Applications
Conference location United States
Conference dates 19-21 March, 2010
Proceedings title Proceedings of the Second International Conference Computer and Engineering Applications
Editor(s) Sandhu, P.S., Mahadevan, V., Jusoff, Hj. K
Publisher IEEE
Place of publication United States
Start page 499
End page 504
Total pages 6
Abstract The success of emerging Broadband Wireless Access Systems (BWAs) depend on their ability to utilize the network resources in an efficient way. It's a complex task due to heterogeneous service nature and diverse Quality of Service (QoS) requirements of different applications that these systems support. Packet scheduling is one of the key components to provide QoS that plays a vital role in BWAs. This paper proposes a scheduling mechanism for providing QoS in mobile networks, which exploit IP as a transport technology for transferring data between base stations of Broadband Wireless Access Systems at the radio layer. In order to improve QoS a new scheduling algorithm is performed at both IP and radio layer, which exploit handoff priority scheduling principles and takes into account buffer occupancy and channel conditions. The fairness among the users of different classes is also accounted. Performance results obtained by computer simulation show that, by exploiting the new scheduling algorithm, the system is able to provide low handoff packet dropping rate, low packet forwarding rate, low packet delay and ensures fairness among different services.
Subjects Industrial Electronics
Keyword(s) Packet Scheduling
Broadband Wireless Access Systems
Qualiry of Service
Class based Scheme
DOI - identifier 10.1109/ICCEA.2010.102
Copyright notice © 2010 by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
ISBN 9780769539829
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