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Wimax Implement WP2

Wimax Implement WP2

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White Paper 
 
How To Implement WiMAXin a mobile network
Contents
1
 
INTRODUCING WIMAX....................................................................2
 
1.1
 
Global Standard................................................................................................................... 2
 
1.2
 
Filling the Available Gaps................................................................................................... 2
 
1.3
 
State-of-the-Art Radio Technology.................................................................................... 3
 
1.4
 
Broadband Access Anywhere............................................................................................. 3
 
1.5
 
New Revenue Streams for Operators................................................................................. 3
 
2
 
SERVICES.........................................................................................3
 
2.1
 
Basic Internet Services........................................................................................................ 4
 
2.2
 
Premium Internet Services ................................................................................................. 4
 
2.3
 
VPN Services........................................................................................................................ 4
 
2.4
 
Operator Premium Services ............................................................................................... 4
 
3
 
HOW TO IMPLEMENT WIMAX IN A MOBILE NETWORK..............4
 
3.1
 
Comprehensive Solution...................................................................................................... 4
 
3.2
 
Full IP Solution.................................................................................................................... 5
 
3.3
 
Unified Voice and Data Networks...................................................................................... 5
 
3.4
 
Broadband Access Anywhere............................................................................................. 5
 
3.5
 
Smooth Integration into Existing Networks...................................................................... 6
 
4
 
INTRODUCING WAYMAX@VANTAGE ..........................................6
 
4.1
 
WayMAX@vantage : The WiMAX Solution.................................................................... 6
 
4.2
 
Forerunner with WiMAX Solutions................................................................................... 6
 
4.3
 
Comprehensive Portfolio..................................................................................................... 6
 
4.4
 
Largest Coverage................................................................................................................. 7
 
4.5
 
Secure Services..................................................................................................................... 7
 
4.6
 
Multiservice Support with Guaranteed Quality of Service.............................................. 7
 
4.7
 
Smooth Integration into All-IP Networks.......................................................................... 7
 
4.8
 
Innovation-Friendly Investment......................................................................................... 7
 
5
 
TRANSPORT NETWORK.................................................................8
 
5.1
 
Layer 2 Access Network...................................................................................................... 8
 
5.2
 
Layer 3 Access Network: Cell Site Router......................................................................... 9
 
6
 
OPERATOR CORE NETWORK: WIP AND IPS PLATFORMS......10
 
6.1
 
Wireless Integration Platform.......................................................................................... 10
 
6.2
 
3GPP Interworking ........................................................................................................... 12
 
6.3
 
Intelligent Packet Solution................................................................................................ 12
 
7
 
CONCLUSION.................................................................................13
 
 
 
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Scope
Siemens and Cisco Systems® are leaders in wireless solutions and IP networking for fixed andmobile networks. The established strategic cooperation enables the broadest radio andnetworking portfolio.This White Paper addresses the need to introduce WiMAX access technology to Siemens andCisco representatives world wide to make them aware of the end to end solution that isavailable to them with WiMAX technology. The primary market is the application of WiMAXtechnology into existing operator networks.Siemens and Cisco have joined together with Intel® and the WiMAX Forum™ industryorganization to advance the IEEE 802.16 standard. As a result, interoperable WiMAX base-stations and customer premises equipments (CPEs) will be deployed before the end of 2005.
1 Introducing WiMAX
1.1 Global Standard
WiMAX is poised to become a globally available technology. It is based on the IEEE 802.16standard, which is also recognized as the reference standard by ETSI in connection with theHigh Performance Radio Metropolitan Area Network (HIPERMAN). Several pending actions within regulatory bodies will make possible a worldwide WiMAX-friendly spectrum. Theavailability of this standard will allow mass production of chipsets that will reduce the CPE costs,ensure cross-vendor interoperability, and reduce investment risk for operators.In parallel to the IEEE standardization efforts, the WiMAX Forum, backed by major players in the telecommunications industry (including system and componentmanufacturers and service providers), will encourage the widespread adoption of WiMAX access by establishing a brand for the technology and promotinginteroperability through a certification program.
1.2 Filling the Available Gaps
WiMAX access technology is an integral part of the portfolio by complementing 2G/3G mobileaccess, DSL broadband fixed access, and Wi-Fi hotspot access:
WiMAX broadband provides Portable high speed packet data services for IP applicationsthat complement the full mobility, nationwide coverage, voice support at high speeds,and moderate data rates of 2G/3G mobile access.
WiMAX complements broadband by helping delivery in new markets. After DSLoperators have exploited their high-quality copper pairs in densely populated areas of advanced countries, WiMAX allows them to extend service rapidly and cost-effectivelyinto areas of poor wire quality and lower population density.
WiMAX, with its long range and quality-of-service (QoS) capabilities in licensed bands,complements current public WLAN hotspot offerings.
 
 
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1.3 State-of-the-Art Radio Technology
WiMAX makes possible new advances in radio technology:
High spectral efficiency, achieved through adaptive modulation and advanced codingschemes, allows optimized trade-off between throughput and coverage.
Non-line-of-sight capability is achieved through a modulation scheme based onorthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM). This provides multipath robustness,allowing 3-kilometer (km) coverage in dense urban areas and up to 30-km coverage inrural settings.
QoS management supports both non-real-time and real-time applications, includingcorporate and Internet access along with valuable content distribution and interactivegaming applications.
Advanced air link security is based on mutual authentication and robust air linkencryption.
1.4 Broadband Access Anywhere
The goal of WiMAX is to make Portable IP broadband applications a reality. WiMAX chipsetsintegrated into laptops and other Portable IP devices will provide high-speed IP services tousers on the move, extending today’s public WLAN hotspot coverage and delivering broadbandservices everywhere outside the subscriber’s home. The user will be “always best connected,”accessing applications through the best available network.Mobile IP broadband applications are another promising perspective for WiMAX. The ongoingenhancements in the IEEE 802.16e standard will add data distribution with session continuity while moving beyond stationary usage.
1.5 New Revenue Streams for Operators
WiMAX will provide widespread, reliable, cost-effective access to basic and advanced IPservices. This means addressing market demands, now only partially addressed by currenttechnologies, with useful paid services for residential and business users.
2 Services
In recent years many new services have been implemented on IP-based networks. As IPnetworks become faster (higher bandwidth) and more responsive (lower delay), the set of services has grown. This growth generates more revenue opportunities for service providers,and thus next-generation networks are all migrating toward IP technologies.From an operator standpoint, services can be broken down into four billable classes:
Basic Internet services
Premium Internet services
VPN services
Operator premium services

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