wimax research papers 101


L Nuaymi ,John WilySos, Ltd. Througput of MT at the central , 2007 ,sutlib2.sut.ac.th
Loutfi Nuaymi WiMAX Technology for Broadband Wireless Access WILEY  Contents Preface
and Acknowledgements xv Abbreviations List xvii PART ONE Global Introduction to WiMAX 1
1 Introduction to Broadband Wireless Access 3 1.1 The Need for Wireless Data 

Mobile broadband: comparison of mobile WiMAX and cellular 3G/3G+ technologies

MK Shahid, T Shoulian ,Information Technology Journal, 2008 ,docsdrive.com
Abstract: This study not only provides the overview of all kind of broadband technologies,
both wire-line and wireless, but also compares the two prominent broadband mobile
technologies-3G Mobile Cellular and Mobile WiMAX. It compares technical as well as 

Trajectory-Aware Vertical HandolT Protocol Between WiMAX and 3GPP Networks

T Ei ,2010 ,docsdrive.com
Abstract: A Trajectory-Aware Vertical Handoff (TAVH) protocol which provides seamless
handoff between Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) and Third
Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) evolved packet networks is proposed. To reach 

«LTE and WiMAX Technology and Performance Comparison»

C Ball ,Nokia Siemens Networks, 2007 ,projets.comelec.telecom-paristech.fr
• Similar spectral efficiency for HSPA evolution and WiMAX due to similar Feature Set• LTE
is expected to provide higher efficiency than HSPA or WiMAX• WiMax assumed to be
deployed in recommended frequency reuse 1/3, HSPA is definitely deployed in real reuse 

LTE and WiMAX Comparison

T Bhandare ,Santa Clara University, December, 2008 ,halcyonwireless.com
The communication industry has been formulating new standards to efficiently deliver high
speed broadband mobile access in a single air interface and network architecture at low
cost to operators and end users. Two standards, IEEE 802.16 (WiMAX) and 3GPP LTE are 

A study of WiMax QoS mechanisms

M Khosroshahy, V Nguyen ,RMOB Project, Telecom , 2006 ,masoodkh.com
Abstract: In this study, we first give a brief overview of the WiMax/IEEE 802.16 technology
covering almost all aspects which are discussed in the standard. Next, as the main focus of
the study, we introduce the QoS mechanisms that have been proposed in the past few 

Comparison of WiMAX field measurements and empirical path loss model in urban and suburban environment

A Hrovat, T Javornik, S Plevel, R Novak ,presentation at WSEAS , 2006 ,wseas.us
Abstract: Path loss models are widely used in wireless network planning, mainly during an
initial deployment. Empirical path loss models are frequently used because of their simplicity
and limited reliance on a detailed terrain data knowledge. The appropriateness of different 

Software planning tool for WiMAX networks

H Carneiro, J Oliveira, A Rodrigues ,the 6th Conference on , 2007 ,co.it.pt
Abstract—This paper presents a planning tool that allows the network planning of the
wireless communication technology WiMAX. This tool was developed in the graphic
environment of ArcGIS cO, a geographic data treatment program, since the objective of 

High Efficiency, High Linearity GaN HEMT Amplifiers for WiMAX Applications

S Wood, P Smith, W Pribble, R Pengelly ,Europe, 2006 ,scn.cree.com
Microwave Access, better known as WiMAX, is a standardsbased wireless technology for
providing highspeed, last-mile broadband connectivity to homes and businesses as well as
for mobile wireless networks. With the fixed version of WiMAX, based on IEEE 802.16- 

VoIP/Multimedia over WiMAX (802.16)

M Bakshi ,Department of Computer ScienceEngineering, 2006 ,cse.wustl.edu
Abstract The paper discusses the implementation of Voice over IP (VoIP) and IP Multimedia
Subsystem services (IMS) over the much sought after wireless standard WiMAX (802.16).
The key issues addressed are: Introduction to the working of VoIP and multimedia 

The access service network in WiMAX: the role of ASN-GW

M Ergen ,WiChorus, Inc., Oct, 2007 ,bandwidthco.com
Rising demand for multimedia applications and mobile usage requires new paradigm to shift
voiceoriented cellular architecture into data-oriented networks in order to serve bandwidth
hungry packet based applications which include but not limited to multimedia gaming, 

Comparison between UMTS/HSPA+ and WiMAX/IEEE 802.16 e in Mobility Scenarios

R Preguiça, LM Correia ,institute of telecommunication, Lisboa, , 2008 ,av.it.pt
Abstract-The main purpose of this paper is to compare the performance of UMTS/HSPA+
and mWiMAX. Two scenarios were considered: single and multiple users. The single user
model estimates the cell radius for a certain application throughput. Afterwards, the model 

A QoS aware packet scheduling scheme for WiMAX

M Sarkar ,Proceedings of IAENG Conference on World , 2009 ,iaeng.org
ABSTRACT WiMAX is one of the most promising broadband wireless technologies today.
The WiMAX standard-802.16-is designed to provide Quality of Service (QoS) to delay
sensitive traffic like video and voice. However, the standard does not specify any particular 

Optimizing performance of WiMAX networks through automated site selection

V Teterin, S Hurley ,International Conference on , 2007 ,cms.livjm.ac.uk
Abstract—This paper demonstrates design procedure of mobile cellular networks using an
optimization framework based on meta-heuristic techniques to produce a network of good
quality utilizing WiMAX technology characteristics for base station configurations. Next, the 

A Position-based connectionless Routing algorithm for MANET and WiMAX under high mobility and various node densities

CJ Lin ,Information Technology Journal, 2008 ,cyut.edu.tw
Abstract: Many routing algorithms were proposed for mobile ad hoc network (MANET). They
can be classified into two categories: connection-oriented and connectionless. Their
performance is usually limited under high mobility or various node densities. A ..

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