wimax research papers-11

Implementation of WIMAX IEEE 802.16 e Baseband Transceiver on Multi-Core Software Defined Radio Platform-free download
MA Kadhim ,International Journal of Computer Theory and , 2010 ,wseas.us
Abstract: IEEE 802.16 d was developed for WIMAX wireless communication, which is based
on orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) technology, to enable advancement
towards 4G The last decade have seen growing importance place on research in wireless 

Analysis of WiMAX propagation measurements in outdoor and indoor environments-free download
C Carciofi, D Guiducci, FU Bordoni, V Griffone ,9th Meeting of the , 2009 ,fub.it
Abstract The paper presents the joint measurements activity, in the context of a COST 2100
short time scientific mission, which was performed to study in detail propagation
characteristics of WiMAX system. Measurements were taken both in an outdoor urban 

Comparative Study of Reuse Patterns for WiMAX Cellular Networks-free download
M Maqbool, M Coupechoux ,2008 ,perso.telecom-paristech.fr
IEEE 802.16 standard is intended to pave a way towards rapid worldwide deployment of
cost-effective and interoperable Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) products. Worldwide
Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) proposed by WiMAX Forum is based on 

Efficient radio transmission with adaptive and distributed beamforming for intelligent WiMAX-free download
X Lian, H Nikookar ,Wireless Personal Communications, 2011 ,Springer
Abstract In this paper, we introduce Adaptive Beamforming (AB) and Distributed
Beamforming (DB) as two efficient techniques for Intelligent WiMAX (I-WiMAX). I-WiMAX is a
new maritime communication system, consisting of Smart Radio (SR) principles and 

Throughput optimization for non-uniform linear antenna arrays in multicell WiMAX systems-free download
M Nicoli, L Sampietro, C Santacesaria ,Proc. IEEE Workshop , 2006 ,dei.polimi.it
ABSTRACT A WiMAX multi-cell system conforming the IEEE 802.16-2004 standard which
supports multiple antennas and OFDM modulation is considered. Focusing on the uplink, we
show that Signal to Interference plus Noise Ratio (SINR) degradation caused by fading