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Technology for Broadband Wireless Access

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WiMAX: Technology for Broadband Wireless Access is aimed at readers with basic technical knowledge in the telecommunications field. This is a technical introduction to WiMAX, explaining the rather complex standards (IEEE 802. 16 2004 and 802. 16e).

Taal / Language : English

1. Introduction to Broadband Wireless Access.
1.1. The need for Wireless Data Transmission.
1.2. Wireless Networks and Broadband Wireless Access (BWA).
1.3. Applications of BWA.
1.4. History of BWA technologies.
2. WiMAX genesis and framework.
2.1. IEEE 802.16 standard.
2.2. WiMAX Forum.
2.3. WiMAX products certification.
2.4. Predicted products and deployment evolution.
2.5. Other 802.16 standards.
2.6. The Korean cousin : WiBro.
3. Protocol layers and topologies.
3.1. The protocol layers of WiMAX.
3.2. Convergence Sublayer (CS).
3.3. Medium Access Control Common Part Sublayer (MAC CPS).
3.4. Security Sublayer.
3.5. PHYsical Layer.
3.6. Network management reference model.
3.7. WiMAX topologies.
4. Frequency utilisation and System Profiles.
4.1. The cellular concept.
4.2. Licensed and Unlicensed frequencies.
4.2.1. Frequency channels and spectral masks.
4.3. WiMAX frequencies regulations and availability.
4.4. WiMAX system profiles.
5. Digital Modulation, OFDM and OFDMA.
5.1. Digital modulations.
5.2. OFDM Transmission.
5.3. OFDMA and its variant SOFDMA.
5.4. Subcarriers permutations in WiMAX OFDMA PHY.
6. The physical layer of WiMAX.
6.1. The 802.16 physical transmission chains.
6.2. Channel Coding.
6.3. Turbo coding.
6.4. TCS, Transmission Convergence Sublayer.
6.5. Burst profile.
7. Convergence Sublayer (CS).
7.1. CS Sublayer in 802.16 Protocol Architecture.
7.2. Connections and service flow.
7.3. Classification and mapping.
7.4. CS (Convergence Sublayer) and QoS.
7.5. Payload Header Suppression (PHS).
8. MAC functions and MAC frames.
8.1. Introduction.
8.2. MAC Addresses and MAC Frames.
8.3. Fragmentation, packing and concatenation.
8.4. Basic, Primary and Secondary Management Connections.
8.5. User data and MAC Management messages.
8.6. TLV encoding in 802.16 standard.
8.7. Automatic Repeat request (ARQ).
8.8. Scheduling and Link adaptation.
9. Multiple access and burst profile description.
9.1. Introduction.
9.2. Duplexing : both FDD and TDD are possible.
9.3. Transmission of downlink and uplink subframes.
9.4. Maps of Multiple Access: DL-MAP and UL-MAP.
9.5. Burst profile usage: DCD Message and the DIUC indicator.
9.6. Mesh Frame.
10. Uplink bandwidth allocation and request mechanisms.
10.1. Downlink and uplink allocation of bandwidth.
10.2. Types of uplink access grant-request.
10.3. Uplink access grant-request mechanisms.
10.4. Contention-based Focused-bandwidth request in OFDM PHY.
10.5. Contention-based CDMA-bandwidth request in OFDMA PHY.
11. Network entry and Quality of Service (QoS) management.
11.1. Ranging.
11.2. Link adaptation.
11.3. The (four,16e update:) five Scheduling Services.
11.4. Scheduling and deployment of services over WiMAX.
11.5. Dynamic Service Addition and Change.
11.6. Network Entry.
12. Efficient use of radio resources.
12.1. Introduction.
12.2. Radio engineering consideration for WiMAX systems.
12.3. Radio resource management procedures.
12.4. Advanced antenna technologies in WiMAX.
12.5. MBS (Multicast Broadcast Services).
13. WiMAX Architecture.
13.1. The need for a standardised WiMAX architecture.
13.2. Network Reference Model.
13.3. Network functionalities.
14. Mobility, Handover and Power-Save Modes.
14.1. Handover considerations.
14.2. Network Topology Acquisition.
14.3. The Handover process.
14.4. Fast BS Switching (FBSS) and Macro Diversity Handover (MDHO).
14.4.1. Diversity Set.
14.5. Power save modes.
15. Security.
15.1. Security elements used in 802.16 standard.
15.2. Authentication, PKM Protocol.
15.3. Data encryption.
15.4. Message authentication with HMAC.
15.5. Other security issues.
16. Comparisons and conclusion.
16.1. Comparison between Fixed WiMAX and Mobile WiMAX.
16.2. Comparison between WiMAX and WiFi.
16.3. Comparison between WiMAX and 3G.
16.4. Final Thoughts and conclusion. 9780470028087
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310 pagina's
Januari 2007
726 gram
254 x 178 x 32 mm
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