Enhanced uplink technology is being standardized in release-6 of 3GPP W-CDMA specifications with the completion date of 2nd quarter of 2005. Advanced features being introduced include adaptive modulation and coding, hybrid ARQ, fast rate control or scheduling by the base station, higher peak rates (5.76 Mbps) and support of 2 ms TTI. These techniques reduce overall delay and increase throughput significantly compared to earlier releases of 3GPP W-CDMA (release-99/4/5). As a result, enhanced uplink significantly improves the user mobile experience and enable new services and applications. In this paper, the scheduling and resource allocation aspects of enhanced uplink are discussed with accompanying analysis and system simulation results. These results show that enhanced uplink improves sector and user throughput by approximately 50-80% compared to earlier 3GPP W-CDMA releases
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: As a demand for high speed uplink packet services increases, the WCDMA enhanced uplink, also known as high speed uplink packet access (HSUPA), has been specified in release 6 by 3GPR The performance of the HSUPA has been improved using fast scheduling, hybrid ARQ, and shorter TTI. This HSUPA will provide various types of multimedia services, such as realtime video streaming, gaming, VoIP, and FTP. Generally, the performance of HSUPA is dominated by scheduling policy. Therefore, it is required to design a scheduling algorithm considering the traffic characteristics to provide QoS guaranteed services in various traffic environments. In this paper, we propose a scheduling algorithm considering the traffic characteristics to guarantee QoS in a mixed traffic environment. Finally, the performance of the proposed scheduling algorithm is evaluated in terms of average packet delay, packet delay jitter, and system throughput using a system level simulator.
Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 2007. PIMRC 2007. IEEE 18th International Symposium on; 10/2007
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The Enhanced Uplink or High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) is designed to enable Internet applications in the uplink in UMTS networks. Its specification includes several new features which on the one hand increases throughput and decreases delay for the users, and on the other hand enables a better resource utilization on the network side. In this work, we explain the most prominent new features of the Enhanced Uplink and investigate their impact on the system and end-to-end performance with a special focus on different scheduling strategies. For the numerical results, a full-featured packet-level simulator has been implemented which enables the evaluation of UMTS networks with Rel. 99 users and Enhanced Uplink users in parallel.
Next Generation Mobile Applications, Services and Technologies, 2007. NGMAST '07. The 2007 International Conference on; 10/2007
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