Spatial Multiplexing and Receiver Gains in Wimax

Spatial Multiplexing In a multipath environment, the data rate increase due to MIMO is equal to the number of MIMO antennas. Rather than to transmit the same
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Spatial Multiplexing and Receiver Gains in Wimax, spatial multiplexing, receiver gains, signal, signal amplitude, ratio combining, multiplexing method, maximum ratio, data rate, antennas

Receive Diversity Selection and Switched Diversity

Make use of a number of receive antennas that are well separated (coherence distance) to generate independent receptions of the transmitted signal. Selection diversity: choose received signal
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Receive Diversity Selection and Switched Diversity, codes interleaves, Diversity, space time, co channels, space time, time diversity, diversity coding

Types of Diversity Space, Time, Spatial, Frequency and Polarization

We know that we normally have several independent paths from TX to Rx of different lengths, these are affected and delayed differently, Signals that start out together
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antennas, Diversity, Time, Spatial, Frequency, Polarization, coherence, reception, wimax diversity, diversity types and how diversity works

RADIUS Protocol Stack in Wimax

RADIUS is a protocol that enables a single server to become responsible for all remote access authentication, authorization, and auditing (or accounting) services. RADIUS functions as a
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RADIUS Protocol Stack, remote access, radius client, access server, radius server, authentication authorization, auditing

What are IP Multimedia Subsystem IMS and IMS Structure

IMS means IP Multimedia Subsystem is an essential part of the all-IP UMTS architecture and Relevant for WiMAX for the same usage and also for WiMAX to
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IP Multimedia Subsystem, IMS and IMS Structure, WiMAX to UMTS Interworking, multimedia, umts, wimax, session control, subsystem

IP Multicast Service Models – Dense and Sparse Modes

IP Multicast Service Models Having Three Multicast Any-Source Multicast (ASM) Source-Filtered Multicast (SFM) and Source-Specific Multicast (SSM) which work as below. Any-Source Multicast (ASM) Destination ‘multicast’ address
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IP Multicast Service Models, Dense and Sparse Modes, multicast, multicast routing, source, specific multicast, unicast routing, multicast packet

Multicast Advantages and Disadvantages

When sending the same data to multiple receivers, rather than send multiple copies all the way from sender to all the receivers, just send one copy and
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Multicast Advantages and Disadvantages, Distributed Applications, Optimised Performance, multicast, advantages, Multicast applications

Mobile IP Procedures – Agent Discovery, Registration, Tunneling in Wimax

Mobile IP Procedures Having Three Flow. Agent Discovery Registration Tunneling Agent Discovery Agent Discovery is the method by which a mobile node determines whether it is currently
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Mobile IP Procedures, Agent Discovery, Registration, Tunneling in Wimax, advertisement extension, mobile node, foreign agent, agent advertisement, mobile, wimax

Multicast Forwarding Advantage and disadvantage in Short

Here I write in short Advantages and disadvantages of Multicast Forwarding. Multicast Routing is backwards from Unicast Routing Unicast Routing is concerned about where the packet is
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Multicast Forwarding Advantage and disadvantage in Short, mulitcast, forwarding, advantage, disadvantage, interface, Reverse Path Forwarding

Mobile IP and Mobile IP Terminology

If a mobile device moves to a new network and keeps the same IP address, the address will not reflect its new location therefore routers will be
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Mobile IP and Mobile IP Terminology, home agent, new network, mobile ip, foreign network, foreign agent, mobile host, home agent

Work of DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and PAT Port Address Translation

DHCP – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DHCP server is configured with a range of addresses Host 3 boots up and enters Initialize state It broadcasts a DHCP
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DHCP, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, pat, Port Address Translation, Network Address Translation, nat, dhcp server, router converts

Why IP Addresses? Why private and public both IP address needed?

IP Networks use Routers to do the switching based on IP addresses, Layer 3 routing protocols like BGP or OSPF an Ethernet networks use 48 bit MAC
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ip addresses, private ip, network, internet, public ip, private and public both IP address, business users