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5G agile scheduler for low latency communication

One of the key performance benefits of forthcoming 5G networks is ultra-low latency of as little as 1 ms. The capability will be crucial to support new uses such as collaborative virtual reality, autonomous vehicle control and synchronized robot control as part of Industry 4.0.

In this white paper, we look at a new Quality of Service (QoS) architecture that supports application-layer scheduling controlled by an agile packet scheduler. A wide variety of scheduling based on dynamic frame sizes, flexible timing, different numerologies and new paradigms, such as preemptive scheduling, supports different network implementations that can meet diverse and challenging reliability and latency targets.

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One of the key performance benefits of forthcoming 5G networks is ultra-low latency of as little as 1 ms. The capability will be crucial to support new uses such as collaborative virtual reality, autonomous vehicle control and synchronized robot control as part of Industry 4.0.

In this white paper, we look at a new Quality of Service (QoS) architecture that supports application-layer scheduling controlled by an agile packet scheduler. A wide variety of scheduling based on dynamic frame sizes, flexible timing, different numerologies and new paradigms, such as preemptive scheduling, supports different network implementations that can meet diverse and challenging reliability and latency targets.

©2018 Nokia

Nokia is an Executive Member of GSA

gsacom.com

 

 

5G agile scheduler for low latency communication
Date: 4th May 2018
Type: Member White Paper
Technology: 5G
Originator: Nokia

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