To fulfill various enhanced requirements of next generation wireless access, 5 G cellular network will drive towards higher energy efficiency, lower latency and higher reliable wireless networks. The key contributions can summarize as follows: (1) proposes frame-based max-weight scheduling (FMWS) with reconfiguration delay in combination of round–robin algorithm can dynamically control throughput and delay. The frame-based dynamic control (FBDC) policy is applicable to 5 G cellular network control systems in data link layer, provides a new framework for developing throughput-optimal network control policies using state-action frequencies. (2) proposes a novel approach in MAC layer--Virtual multichannels Parallelism Carrier Sense Multiple Access (VMCP-CSMA) which can compute a set of TDDM schedules for multiple channels at once rather than computing one schedule at a time and constantly switching or recomputing schedules. (3) proposes a novel criticality aware scheduler prioritization in VMCP-CSMA policy can reorder a set of TDDM schedules based on max-weight scheduling with reconfiguration delay according to different application requirements. It can achieve high throughput and low delay with low complexity compared with other schedulings.