Optimal admission control algorithms for scheduling burst data in CDMA multimedia systems

Yu Kwong Kwok, Vincent K.N. Lau

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3rd generation mobile systems are mostly based on the wideband CDMA platform to support high bit rate packet data services. One important component to offer packet data service in CDMA is a burst admission control algorithm. In this paper, we propose and study a novel jointly adaptive burst admission algorithm, namely the jointly adaptive burst admission-spatial dimension algorithm (JABA-SD) to effectively allocate valuable resources in wideband CDMA systems to burst requests. In the physical layer, we have a variable rate channel-adaptive modulation and coding system which offers variable throughput depending on the instantaneous channel condition. In the MAC layer, we have an optimal multiple-burst admission algorithm. We demonstrate that synergy could be attained by interactions between the adaptive physical layer and the burst admission layer. We formulate the problem as an integer programming problem and derive an optimal scheduling policy for the jointly adaptive design. Both the forward link and the reverse link burst requests are considered and the system is evaluated by dynamic simulations which takes into account of the user mobility, power control and soft-handoff. We found that significant performance improvement, in terms of average packet delay, data user capacity and coverage, could be achieved by our scheme compared to the existing burst assignment algorithms.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Externally publishedYes
Event2001 International Conference on Network Protocols ICNP - Riverside, CA, United States
Duration: 11 Nov 200114 Nov 2001


Conference2001 International Conference on Network Protocols ICNP
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityRiverside, CA


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