Internet connectivity in WiMAX networks, along with various applications, is increasing rapidly, so the connectivity of internet and data transfer speed are always challenges for effective data transmission in wireless networks. Several factors affect the performance of networks. One important factor is to choose a suitable frame period for effective data transmissions. The performance of different frame periods with Round Robin and Strict Priority is evaluated in this work. A frame period in Round Robin performs better than a Strict Priority in terms of throughput, but a Strict Priority performs better in terms of drop rates. This paper also demonstrates that an effective frame period, when combined with a proper bandwidth allocation algorithm, yields better results. This work gives the analysis that Round Robin performs 83.8847% better while Strict Priority performs 86.0020% better than the earliest deadline first algorithms for 10 subscriber stations in terms of throughput. This work is helpful to researchers and industrialists for actual implementations in WiMAX networks.