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Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile network aims to support high speed network services even in high mobility scenarios. To achieve this goal, LTE adopts some advanced features in Radio Resource Management (RRM) procedures. Among them, LTE packet scheduling plays a fundamental role in maximizing system performance. In this paper, a comparative analysis on the performances of Proportional Fair (PF), EXPonential/Proportional Fair (EXP/PF), EXPonential (EXP) Rule, Maximum-Largest Weighted Delay First (M-LWDF), LOGarithmic (LOG) rule and Frame Level Scheduler (FLS) LTE downlink packet scheduling algorithms is reported. Performance is evaluated in single cell with interference environment while increasing user number and user speed.