A Fast Algorithm For High Speed Downlink Packet Access

Shabana Anwar, Abhishek Raghuwanshi


Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS) is one of IMT-2000 standards that are defined to provide true third generation (3G)
service to wide range of global users. It represents an evolution in data services and speeds. General Packet Radio Service (GPRS). The
network architecture consists of three domains: User Equipment (UE), UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN) domain, and core
network (CN) domain.
One of the network elements that have a direct influence on performance is the scheduling algorithm used in the base station (Node B).
Current scheduling algorithms are very basic in design and there have been new, more sophisticated algorithms proposed by the academic
community. Most of these new algorithms have not been tested using live test-bed scenarios or even with industrial strength simulators;
therefore it is very difficult to comment on their performance in a meaningful and critical way.



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