Broadband Fixed Wireless Access

Author: Marc Engels
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387345930
Format: PDF, ePub
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This introductory volume provides a systematic overview of WiMAX technology, demystifing the technology and providing technical advice on various system trade-offs. Much of the material is based on the practical experiences of the authors in building new systems. Coverage includes the IEEE 802.16 standard, a tutorial on implementation and tips on controlling cost of WiMAX network ownership. This is a must read book for professionals involved in broadband fixed wireless access.

Broadband Fixed Wireless Networks

Author: Neil P. Reid
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
ISBN: 9780072133660
Format: PDF, ePub
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Learn to implement fixed IP wireless with VPNs and WLANs using this hands-on reference. Recognized expert and industry guru Neil Reid will walk you through the various methods of deploying key wireless technologies, and you'll also get help selecting products by reading about the latest offerings from top vendors such as Cisco and Nortel Networks.

Fixed broadband wireless access networks and services

Author: Oliver Chukwudi Ibe
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN:
Format: PDF
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The author takes a detailed look at the technologies and techniques needed to operate fixed broadband wireless access networks. With this comprehensive guide, readers discover the technologies required for FBW and learn how to plan, deploy, and manage an access network.

WiMAX

Author: Professor Loutfi Nuaymi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470028084
Format: PDF, Docs
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WiMAX Broadband Wireless Access Technology, based on the IEEE 802.16 standard, is at the origin of great promises for many different markets covering fixed wireless Internet Access, Backhauling and Mobile cellular networks. WiMAX technology is designed for the transmission of multimedia services (voice, Internet, email, games and others) at high data rates (of the order of Mb/s per user). It is a very powerful but sometimes complicated technique. The WiMAX System is described in thousands of pages of IEEE 802.16 standard and amendments documents and WiMAX Forum documents. WiMAX: Technology for Broadband Wireless Access provides a global picture of WiMAX and a large number of details that makes access to WiMAX documents much easier. All the aspects of WIMAX are covered. Illustrations and clear explanations for all the main procedures of WiMAX are pedagogically presented in a succession of relatively short chapters Topics covered include WiMAX genesis and framework, WiMAX topologies, protocol layers, MAC layer, MAC frames, WiMAX multiple access, the physical layer, QoS Management, Radio Resource Management, Bandwidth allocation, Network Architecture, Mobility and Security Features a glossary of abbreviations and their definitions, and a wealth of explanatory tables and figures Highlights the most recent changes, including the 802.16e amendment of the standard, needed for Mobile WiMAX Includes technical comparisons of WiMAX vs. 802.11 (WiFi) and cellular 3G technologies This technical introduction to WiMAX, explaining the rather complex standards (IEEE 802.16-2004 and 802.16e) is a must read for engineers, decision-makers and students interested in WiMAX, as well as other researchers and scientists from this evolving field.

Fixed Broadband Wireless System Design

Author: Harry R. Anderson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470861282
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Fixed broadband networks can provide far higher data rates and capacity than the currently envisioned 3G and 4G mobile cellular systems. Achieving higher data rates is due to the unique technical properties of fixed systems, in particular, the use of high gain and adaptive antennas, wide frequency bands, dynamic data rate and channel resource allocation, and advanced multiple access techniques. Fixed Broadband Wireless System Design is a comprehensive presentation of the engineering principles, advanced engineering techniques, and practical design methods for planning and deploying fixed wireless systems, including: Point-to-point LOS and NLOS network design Point-to-point microwave link design including active and passive repeaters Consecutive point and mesh network planning Advanced empirical and physical propagation modeling including ray-tracing Detailed microwave fading models for multipath and rain NLOS (indoor and outdoor) propagation and fading models Propagation environment models including terrain, morphology, buildings, and atmospheric effects Novel mixed application packet traffic modeling for dimensioning network capacity Narrow beam, wide beam, and adaptive (smart) antennas MIMO systems and space-time coding Channel planning including fixed and dynamic channel assignment and dynamic packet assignment IEEE 802.11b and 802.11a (WLAN) system design Free space optic (FSO) link design At present, there are no titles available that provide such a concise presentation of the wide variety of systems, frequency bands, multiple access techniques, and other factors that distinguish fixed wireless systems from mobile wireless systems. Fixed Broadband Wireless System Design is essential reading for design, system and RF engineers involved in the design and deployment of fixed broadband wireless systems, fixed wireless equipment vendors, and academics and postgraduate students in the field.

Residential Broadband Networks

Author: Uyless D. Black
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN:
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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In the home, there is a growing demand for such services as video-on-demand, quicker Internet access and video conferencing. This guide for communications engineers examines various delivery systems: DSL, coax cable and future technologies like wireless. Each section covers hardware requirements (modems and switches) as well as software needed.

OFDM Towards Fixed and Mobile Broadband Wireless Access

Author: Uma Shanker Jha
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
ISBN: 9781580536417
Format: PDF, Mobi
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"Presenting the state of the art in broadband wireless access technology, this unique resource methodically presents the fundamentals of OFDM(A) technology - the cornerstone of the next generation of broadband wireless access offerings. In addition, this book succinctly depicts the future landscape of mobile broadband wireless access and the standards developed by the IEEE 802.16 standards organization."--BOOK JACKET.

Wireless Broadband Networks Handbook

Author: John R. Vacca
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
ISBN:
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Designed to help networking professionals take advantage of the innovative features of broadband wireless networks, this helpful volume provides a detailed tutorial--complete with hands-on examples, installation tips, and configuration and troubleshooting techniques--that demostrates how to design, implement, and effectively utilize the latest in wireless technology. Original. (Intermediate)

Multimedia Access

Author: Great Britain. Department of Trade and Industry. Radiocommunications Agency
Publisher:
ISBN:
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