Impact of Multiple Access on Uplink scheduling

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Item Metadata Rajan, Dinesh
Sabharwal, Ashutosh
Aazhang, Behnaam
dc.creator Rajan, Dinesh
Sabharwal, Ashutosh
Aazhang, Behnaam 2007-10-31T00:59:25Z 2007-10-31T00:59:25Z 2001-09-20 2001-09-20
dc.description Conference Paper
dc.description.abstract In this paper, we consider uplink scheduling for bursty traffic. We characterize the achievable rate region for Gaussian multiple access in terms of minimum required powers, with a constraint on average transmission delay for all users. We show that delay and rate constrained, power minimizing schemes perform scheduling accompanied with power control. Further, for the class of randomized stationary schedulers, it is shown that the achievable region is a convex polytope. We highlight that power requirements of a user can be reduced by either allowing additional delay (time scheduling gain) or increasing the power of another user (multiuser power exchange). Results are presented for two user additive white caussian noise channel and can be extended to finite state fading channels.
dc.description.sponsorship Nokia
dc.language.iso eng
dc.subject uplink scheduling
fading channels
dc.title Impact of Multiple Access on Uplink scheduling
dc.type Conference paper 2001-09-17
dc.citation.bibtexName inproceedings 2003-11-10 Center for Multimedia Communications (
dc.subject.keyword uplink scheduling
fading channels
dc.citation.pageNumber 48-50
dc.citation.location Cairns, Australia
dc.citation.conferenceName IEEE Information Theory Workshop
dc.type.dcmi Text
dc.identifier.citation D. Rajan, A. Sabharwal and B. Aazhang, "Impact of Multiple Access on Uplink scheduling," pp. 48-50, 2001.

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