How Wireless Narrowband Local-Loop Systems in Wimax ?

Naturally, the first application for which a wireless alternative was developed and deployed was voice telephony. These systems, called wireless local-loop (WLL), were quite successful in developing countries such as...
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cdma, dect, lte, rho, telecom, WCDMA / 3G, Wimax, wireless, wisp

How MAC Layer work’s in Wimax?

The MAC layer is oriented to the connections. Each connection corresponds to a service flow. The service flow defines the QoS parameters of PDU transmitted over the connection. The design...
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mac, mac layer, qos, telecom, uplink, Wimax

How Sub-Carrier Allocation in Wimax?

Sub-Carrier Allocation Mode 1 DL PUSC – Downlink partial Usage Sub-Channels The downlink PUSC replacement zone is unique, that must exist in the frame structure specified by the protocols. DL...
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carrier, CHANNEL, downlink, pusc, sub carrier, telecom, uplink, Wimax, wimax amc allocation

Terminal Transmitting and Receiving Process in Wimax

Transmitting:  The process is similar to that of BS. The frequency offset is pre-corrected. The Ranging and BW Request are generated at the physical layer and a code is selected...
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mac layer, modulation, physical layer, ranging, telecom, transmitting, Wimax

BS Transmitting and Receiving Process in Wimax.

Transmitting:  After being processed at the MAC layer, the downlink data is sent to the physical layer inthe format of MAC PDU. The MAC PDU arranges the data block size...
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coding, downlink data, fdma, mac, modulation, ofdma, pdu, physical, radio resource, telecom, uplink

What is NAP & NSP in Wimax ? How it Works ?

NAP: Network Access Provider NSP: Network Service Provider V-NSP: Visited NSP H-NSP: Home NSP NAP provides the operation entities of network facilities required by the WiMAX wireless access for one...
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ip connection, network access provider, nsp nap, telecom, what is the nap and nsp, Wimax, wimax wireless access

What is Function of CSN in Wimax?

CSN – Core Service Network. Definition It is a combination of a set of network functions and provides IPconnections for the WiMAX subscribers. The CSN consists of the router,AAA agent...
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aaa, csn in wimax, ip connection, network, server, system, telecom

What is Functions of the ASN in Wimax ?

ASN – Access Service Network. Establish layer 2 connections between the BS and the MS.  Transmit AAA messages to the home NSP of the MS.  Assist the high level to...
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asn, connection, intra an, radio reasourse, telecom, vlr, Wimax

Ranging in Wimax

Since each MS has a unique distance from the base station, it is critical in the uplink to synchronize the symbols and equalize the received power levels among the various...
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active, cdma, cell, downlink, intersymbol interference, power control, ranging, ranging in wimax, symbols, telecom, uplink

What are the Advantages of OFDMA in Wimax ?

 OFDMA is essentially a hybrid of FDMA and TDMA: Users are dynamically assigned subcarriers (FDMA) in different time slots (TDMA) . The advantages of OFDMA start with the advantages of...
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access, cell, fdma, frequency diversity, ofdm, ofdma, subcarrier, tdma, telecom, uplink, user

The Difference Between Line Of Sight and Non-Line Of Sight

Earlier wireless technologies (LMDS, MMDS for example) were unsuccessful in the mass market as they could not deliver services in non-line-of-sight scenarios. This limited the number of subscribers they could...
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3g, antenna, broadband, difference between, fixed, point, solution, system, telecom, wifi, Wimax

What is Fixed WiMAX ?

Fixed WiMAX offers cost effective point to point and point to multipoint solutions. What makes WiMAX so exciting is the broad range of applications it makes possible but not limited...
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3g, antenna, broadband, cell, difference between, fixed, point, solution, system, telecom, wifi, Wimax

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