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Chapter 1 Introduction to Fixed WiMAX
1.1 Physical Layer of WiMAX
Figure 2: MAC and PHY Layers of IEEE 802.16 [1]
1.2 Functions of PHY
1.2.1 OFDM of WiMAX
Figure 3: Significance of OFDM: A focused beam delivering maximum bandwidth over
maximum distance with minimum interference [1]
1.2.2 TDD and FDD
1.2.3 Adaptive Antenna System (AAS)
1.3 Variants of Fixed WiMAX
1.3.1 OFDM Variants 2-11 GHz
1.3.2 Wireless MAN OFDM
Figure 6: Variants of WIMAX PHY [1]
1.4 Wireless MAN-OFDMA
1.4.1 Wireless High Speed Metro Area Network (Wireless HUMAN)
1.4.2 Single Carrier (SC) Variants
1.4.3 Wireless Man SC 10-66 GHz
1.4.4 Uplinks (ULs)
1.4.5 Downlinks (DLs)
Figure 9: TC Sub layer and the MAC PDU in the WirelessMAN-SC PHY [1]
Figure 10: FDD DL Subframe [1]
1.4.6 DL Subframe
1.4.7 Wireless MAN Single Carrier Access 2-11GHz
1.4.8 Components contained in a Wireless MAN-SCa 2-11 GHz
Chapter 2 Introduction to MAC Layer
2.1 MAC and WiMAX Architecture
Figure 11: WiMAX Architecture for Point-to-Multipoint distribution [1]
2.2 Service Classes and QoS
2.3 Service-Specific Convergence Sublayers
2.1.1 Common part Sublayer
2.1.2 MAC PDU Formats
Figure 12: MAC PDU [1]
2.1.3 Transmission of MAC PDUs and SDUs
Figure 13: Fragmentation and Packing of SDUs and PDUs [1]
2.4 Packing and Fragmentation
2.5 PDU Creation and Automatic Repeat Request
2.1.4 PHY Level Support and Frame Structure
3.1 Working of WiMAX
3.2 Channel Acquisitions
3.2.1 Initial Ranging and Negotiating of SS Capabilities
Figure 16: Channel Acquisition process between an SS and a BS [1]
Figure 17: SS Authentication and Registration [1]
Figure 18: RLC ensures stability of WiMAX connection [1]
4.1 The UL
4.2 Service Flow
5.1 Spectrum Characteristic
5.2 Band Distinctions
5.3 Current Regulatory Environment
5.3.1 Power Limits
5.3.2 WiMAX relationship to FCC part 15 Section 247
5.3.3 Federal Communication Commission Part 15 Section 407
5.4 WiMAX Licenses and Spectrum
5.4.1 Regional Analysis
Figure 22: Number of BWA/WiMAX licenses awarded per region [3]
Figure 23: Number of Licenses per region by Frequency band [3]
Figure 24: License Coverage Analysis by Region [3]
Figure 25: Average amount of WiMAX spectrum per carrier by region (MHz) [3]
6.1 Multiple Antenna Technology in WiMAX
7.1 Methodology
7.2 Analysis
Figure 26: Layered Architecture of WiMAX 802.16 [4]
7.3 Physical Layer Threats
Figure 27: Framing [4]
7.4 MAC Layer Threats
Figure 28: Security Model [4]
Figure 29: Payload format [4]
Table 2: Authentication in WiMAX/802.16 [4]
Table 3: Analysis Summary [4]
Figure 31: Forms of Interference [1]
8.1 External Sources of Interference
8.1.1 Changing Channels within the ISM or U-NII Bands
8.1.2 Dealing with Distance
Figure 33: Coverage area of cell in BS [1]
8.1.3 Engineering with Power
8.2 Internal (CoCh) Sources of Interference
8.2.1 Multipath Distortion and Fade Margin
8.2.2 OFDM in Overcoming Interference
Figure 34: Multipath reflections create intersymbol interference [1]
Figure 35: Intersymbol Interference [1]
8.3 Handling ISI
9.1 Frequency Band Difference
Table 4 [1]
9.2 Working Comparison
Figure 36: WiFi Network [8]
Figure 37: WiMAX Working [8]
9.3 Coverage Area and Mobility
Table 5 [1]
9.4 Reliability and Security
Table 6 [8]
9.5 Modulation Techniques Comparison
9.6 Data rates and latency difference
Table 7 [8]
Table 9 Comparison of WiMAX and WiFi Technologies [1]
Figure 38: Fixed Wireless Access Network [5]
10.1 Cost of Main Components
Table 10: Cost Analysis of Main Components [5]
10.1.1 Cost of BWA (Broadband Wireless Access)/WiMAX Licenses
Figure 39: Regional Cost of WiMAX [8]
Figure 40 [9]
11.1 Coverage Analysis
11.2 RF Signal Propagation
RF Signal Propagation
Figure 40: Signal Propagation [9]
11.3 Antenna Gain
11.4 Transmit and receive power
11.5 Requirement for BTS
11.5.1 Coverage
11.5.2 Capacity
11.5.3 Data Rate
Figure 41 [9]
Figure 42 Mobile WiMAX versus Other Technologies [7]
Figure 43: WiMAX Subscribers by Region [7]
12.1 Mobile WiMAX based on OFDMA
Figure 44: A Simple OFDM Example [7]
Figure 45: OFDMA Example [7]
13.1 Internet Access
Figure 46: Delivering broadband services over WIMAX [10]
13.2 Local Loop Alternative
Figure 47: Wireless Local Loop [10]
13.3 WiFi Backhaul
Figure 48: WiFi Backhaul [10]
13.4 Cellular Backhaul
Figure 49: Cellular backhaul using traditional Microwave [7]
13.5 WIMAX IPTV
13.5.1 How it Works
13.6.1 Broadband Services in Rural Areas
13.7 WiMAX Strengths
13.8 Economic Advantage of WIMAX
Chapter 14 WiMAX Products
14.1 WiMAX Radios and Antennas
14.2 Macro and Micro Base Station
Figure 51 [9]
14.3 WiMAX CPE
Figure 52 [8]
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