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Nasula

Hmm. Just wondering about this. Usually the BTS has some kind of proportional fair scheduler often with delay sensitivity added on.

Wouldn't this sort of guarantee that lower bitrate users are not too adversely affected.

Of course it cannot help with bitrate reduction that comes with noise level increase, but there are many techniques for that (IC, FDE, CPC, e-DPCCH boost), which should help there.

Also the question: who should control individual user's bitrate? Core or RAN?

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