The scheduler was designed for uplink systems of LTE
networks in this thesis. It makes different services correspond to
different data streams to provide different QoS (Quality of
Service) to various applications. For the broadest scope of
coverage and to reduce the cost of terminal and power
consumption, priority assignments and resource allocations were
taken into consideration when the scheduler was designed.
Limiting the users with lower priority settings in the scheduling
algorithm is efficacious for regulating the order of resource
allocations made to the users. The goal is to achieve the highest
system performance by enhancing transmission efficacy and
satisfying the fairness of resource allocation at the same time.
Finally, the scheduler avoids connection latency and starvation
related to lower priority resource allocation.
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