Existing end-to-end congestion control algorithms, in Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), use packet loss and queueing delay for congestion detection, and use static control laws to adjust the sending rate and to control the congestion. This approach presupposes that the network, and its interaction with the congestion control mechanism, is static or quasi-static. In practice, the state of the network continuously changes over time, resulting in suboptimal performance of existing algorithms.


This dataset includes real-world Channel Quality Indicator (CQI) values from UEs connected to real commercial LTE networks in Greece. Channel Quality Indicator (CQI) is a metric posted by the UEs to the base station (BS). It is linked with the allocation of the UE’s modulation and coding schemes and ranges from 0 to 15 in values. This is from no to 64 QAM modulation, from zero to 0.93 code rate, from zero to 5.6 bits per symbol, from less than 1.25 to 20.31 SINR (dB) and from zero to 3840 Transport Block Size bits.