An adaptive cross-layer scheduler for improved QoS support of multiclass data services on wireless systems

  title={An adaptive cross-layer scheduler for improved QoS support of multiclass data services on wireless systems},
  author={K. B. Johnsson and Donald C. Cox},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
With the rapid growth of the Internet and other Internet protocol-related applications, wireless systems have shifted toward supporting a wider variety of data services. This has placed an enormous strain on the already tight capacity of wireless systems. Many improvements have been made at the link layer in second- and third-generation wireless systems. However, further improvements in packet data admission, scheduling, and policing are necessary to maximize capacity and user satisfaction. Of… CONTINUE READING
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