Improving base station coordination based packet scheduling schemes in fixed broadband wireless access networks
In this paper, we present a novel transmission scheduling scheme for fixed broadband wireless access (FBWA) networks. In order to mitigate high co-channel interference resulting from dense reuse of frequency, scheduling schemes in FBWA systems often consider interference management issues as essential part of the scheduling. To that end, a series of literature has been published recently, where a group of base stations form an interference group, and scheduling scheme deployed in the group allows only one base station to transmit at a time. As a result of time orthogonality in transmissions, the co-channel interference and hence the packet error rate can be reduced. However, prohibiting concurrent transmissions in these orthogonal schemes introduces higher end-to-end packet delay which might not be desirable for real-time traffic such as voice and video. Our proposed scheme aims to improve delay performance as well as to ensure better resource utilization in such orthogonal scheduling schemes in several ways, most notably by introducing opportunistic non-orthogonality in transmissions, incorporating channel state based scheduling decisions, and employing adaptive modulation & coding.
|Conference||2005 IEEE International Conference on Communications, ICC 2005|
Rahman, M. (Mahmudur), Yanikömeroǧlu, H, Ahmed, M.H. (Mohamed H.), & Mahmoud, S. (Samy). (2005). Improving base station coordination based packet scheduling schemes in fixed broadband wireless access networks. In IEEE International Conference on Communications (pp. 3439–3444).