Scheduling LTE Projects flew up the thoughts to give users with better data sharing. The LTE stands for Long Term Evolution, which allows broadband services for all type of mobile devices. By the time, eNodeB, i.e., eNB plays a key role in LTE, which equips with a scheduler.
That is to say, ‘Scheduling in LTE performs for each subframe on the basis of 1 ms’.
To begin with, the scheduling in LTE deals with the idea of assigning resource blocks (RB) for users as per the scheduler process. An RB defines the little quantity of the resource in the total blocks. Once the user has blocked, then only the user sends as well as receives data.
In general, the common type of schedulers in LTE is round-robin, maximum channel quality indicator, and etc. While you need to create a good scheduler, then look down below.
The resource allocation is for V2X Communication, D2D Communication, M2M communication. 5G RAN slicing and so on, to share their data with each other. As of this communication, they need support for both real-time as well as non-real-time services. Due to the change in the traffic type, they differ in the ability to withstand lesser to higher delay.
Not only delay but also changes in the size of the packet, error rate and etc. With this purpose in mind, the key focus of an LTE Simulator scheduling should prefer the following.
Above all, the idea of scheduling in this way will result in high throughput and spectrum efficiency. Even it is able to provide support for edge users too such as mobile networking projects. Further to improve this, we list out the methods that are in use.
The MAC schedule is split into three as dynamic, persistent, and semi-persistent. All the three aim to support high QoS on Scheduling LTE Projects. Apart from this, the scheduling also applicable for packets too.
Summing up all your works, we work to build new results. We do not make use of any old copy of code into a new one. Be clear and take your cleaver decision at this instance.
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