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How RR and QOS scheduler works in LTE? What is the difference between QOS and PF sceduler?

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How RR and QOS scheduler works in LTE? What is the difference between QOS and PF sceduler?
posted Apr 24, 2017 by Poonam

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Hi Poonam,

Scheduler implementation is totally operator specific, below are some common implementation .
Round Robin scheduler will give equal priority to all channels and schedule all channels in some interval, so all channel will get scheduled in this scheduler.

QOS scheduler is an quality based scheduler and it selects channels based on the QCI table. Refer following image -

QCI Table

Each channel will have its own QCI , based on which QIOS scheduler will schedule.
PF scheduler is an Proportionally fair scheduler and it shares resource based on the data availability in each channel. it considers CQI, data size ,last scheduled SF.

answer Apr 25, 2017 by Jaganathan
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