On the throughput-delay tradeoff in cellular multicast

  title={On the throughput-delay tradeoff in cellular multicast},
  author={Praveen Kumar Gopala and Hesham El Gamal},
  journal={2005 International Conference on Wireless Networks, Communications and Mobile Computing},
  pages={1401-1406 vol.2}
In this paper, we adopt a cross layer design approach for analyzing the throughput-delay tradeoff of the multicast channel in a single cell system. To illustrate the main ideas, we start with the single group case, i.e., pure multicast, where a common information stream is requested by all the users. We consider three classes of scheduling algorithms with progressively increasing complexity. The first class strives for minimum complexity by resorting to a static scheduling strategy along with… CONTINUE READING
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