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Wimax Pres

Wimax Pres

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VGR-SSA INDEX for Meeting
WiMAX Overview 1 2 3 4 VGR SSA Project Status, BTS IP, Sector Details & Frequencies of sectors Wimax Network Architecture Types of Backhaul Connectivity

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CPE training program Support and help matrix ICOMM .


Wireless networks
• Wireless PANs (Bluetooth – IEEE 802.15)
– very low range – wireless connection to printers etc

• Wireless LANs (WiFi – IEEE 802.11)
– infrastructure as well as ad-hoc networks possible – home/office networking

 Wireless MANs (WiMAX-802.16) • Multihop Ad hoc Networks
– useful when infrastructure not available, impractical, or expensive – military applications, emergencies
– Similar to cellular networks – traditional base station infrastructure systems

What is WiMAX

WiMAX is a short name for Worldwide Interoperability of Microwave Access. WiMAX is described in IEEE 802.16e Wireless Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) standard. It is expected that WiMAX compliant systems will provide fixed wireless alternative to conventional DSL and Cable Internet.
Typically, a WiMAX system consists of two parts: •A WiMAX Base Station: Base station consists of indoor electronics and a WiMAX tower. Typically, a base station can cover up to 10 km radius (Theoretically, a base station can cover up to 50 kilo meter radius or 30 miles, however practical considerations limit it to about 15 km or 11 miles). Any wireless node within the coverage area would be able to access the Internet. •A WiMAX receiver - The receiver and antenna could be a stand-alone box or a PCMCIA card that sits in your laptop or computer. Access to WiMAX base station is similar to accessing a Wireless Access Point in a WiFi network, but the coverage is more. Several base stations can be connected with one another by use of high-speed backhaul microwave links. This would allow for roaming by a WiMAX subscriber from one base station to another base station area, similar to roaming enabled by Cellular phone companies.

5 Mhz : 2652. Frequencies used in the Project * ALPHA Sector * BETA Sector * GAMMA Sector * Spare Frequency : 2637.5 Mhz .5 Mhz : 2647. Frequency Band Allotted For the BSNL WIMAX Project is 2.5 Mhz : 2642. Spectrum For the BSNL Wimax Project is 2635 to 2655 Mhz (20 Mhz Channel).BSNL Spectrum & Frequencies 1.Channel Bandwidth : 5 Mhz : 5 Mhz : 5 Mhz : 5 Mhz . 3.Channel Bandwidth . 2.Channel Bandwidth .Channel Bandwidth .5 Ghz.

• In BSNL we are using the 5 Mhz Channel bandwidth in all the Three Sectors.WiMAX Speed • As Per WIMAX Forum WiMax Technology Theoritically Supports the Speed up to 50 to 55Mbps/s with the 20 Mhz Channel Bandwith. • We will get 14 Mbps/s in all the three Sectors. • Practically it will support up to 40 to 45 Mbps/s in the 20 Mhz Channel. . • This is also like Wired Broadband. If no of Connections per Sector increases the bandwidth will be shared by the connections.

12 SI. 10.52 10.81.5 10.46 10.96.2 10.48 10.7 O 1 Alangulam 2 Aruppukottai 3 Narikudi 4 Rajapalayam 5 Sattur 6 Sivakasi 10.47 10.37 10.96.39 10.96.35 10.6 10.56 SECTOR MAC ID SECTOR FREQUENCY 00:02:73:84:9C:E7 00:02:73:84:9C:24 00:02:73:84:92:7B 00:02:73:84:9C:EB 00:02:73:84:96:5E 2637500 2642500 2647500 2637500 2642500 2647500 2637500 2642500 2647500 2637500 2642500 2647500 2637500 2642500 2647500 2637500 2642500 2647500 2637500 2642500 2647500 2637500 2642500 2647500 Remarks Installed & Integrated With BSNL Network Installed & Integrated With BSNL Network Installed & Integrated With BSNL Network Installed & Integrated With BSNL Network Installed & Integrated With BSNL Network Installed & Integrated With BSNL Network Installed & Integrated With BSNL Network Installed & Integrated With BSNL Network 00:02:73:84:AF:45 00:02:73:84:AF:11 00:02:73:84:AF:37 00:02:73:84:AF:23 00:02:73:84:AF:7D 00:02:73:84:AF:AD 00:02:73:84:7D:9D 7 Srivilliputhur 8 Virudhunagar 00:02:73:84:AF:08 00:02:73:84:9F:AF 00:02:73:84:AF:33 .96.96.3 SITE NAME BS IP 10.16 10.81.13 10.41 10.45 10.81.14 10.96.40 10.96.1 SECTOR IP 10.96.42 10.36 10.Virudhunagar – SSA PROJECT STATUS As on 08.



DETAILED WiMAX INSTALLATION BLOCK DIAGRAM AAA not in icomm scope BSNL is AAA not in icomm scope BSNL is looking after it looking after it .

Field Deployment Scenario .

RPR Backhaul Architecture .

Direct Sites or Sites through STM Circuit .

Types of Backhaul connectivity for BSNL-WIMAX.R2 Project .

D –Single mode fiber cable of LC type to be connected from Ethernet SFP port of 8E1 conv to RPR Switch .Scope BSNL . B – Provided 10 mts 16 pair PCM twisted cable need to be crimped with RJ-45 connector jacks and connect to 8E1 converter.5 mt length cat-5 dispatched A A B B c C D D A – Provided 2mts cat-6 cable to be connected from 3com switch to the 8E1 converter at BTS side.8E1 Converter connectivity for Wi-Max 0. and other side connected to DDF C -.Provided 45 mtr 16 pair PCM twisted cable to be connected from DDF to 8E1 converter (again cable to be crimped with RJ-45 jacks which will be inserted into 8E1 converter) at the far side.

B – Provided 10 mts fiber patch chord cable to be connected from SFP port of the STM1 converter upto FDF at the BTS side C -.5 length cat-5 dispatched cat-5 dispatched C A A B B B C D RPR SW D A – Provided 2mts cat-6 cable to be connected from 3com switch to the ethernet port STM1 converter at BTS side.5 mtmt length 0.STM1 Converter Connectivity In The RPR Network 0.Provided 45 mtr optical patch chord to be connected from FDF to the SFP port of the STM1 converter at the far side. D –Single mode fiber cable of LC type to be connected from Ethernet SFP port of 8E1 conv to RPR Switch. BSNL scope .

.Option –A : FE Connectivity For Wi-Max A A – Provided 10 mts cat-6 cable to be connected from 3com switch to the BSNL Network at BTS side.

Option –B : Dark Fiber Connectivity For Wi-Max A A A – Provided 10mts SMF optical patch chord to be connected from SFP module of the 3com switch to the FDF at BTS side. Also we can use ADM/MADM For Wimax Connectivity .

CPE Training program .

Types of CPEs 1) Indoor CPE 2) Outdoor CPE 3) USB dongle .

256Kbps (UL) Modulation : QPSK.Indoor CPE Model number Compliance Duplex Mode Frequency Channel Bandwidth Data rate : : : : : : Icomm 610 IEEE 802.7 GHz 5 MHz.16e-2005 TDD 2. 10 MHz 5Mbps (DL). 64QAM (DL) . 16QAM.5 to 2.

64QAM (DL) .16e2005 Duplex Mode Frequency : : TDD 2. 16QAM.7 GHz Channel Bandwidth Data rate : : 5 MHz.Out Door CPE Model number Compliance : Icomm 610 : IEEE 802. 256Kbps (UL) Modulation : QPSK.5 to 2. 10 MHz 5Mbps (DL).

16e-2005 : Wave 2. 1Mbps (UL) .69GHz : 5 MHz. 10 MHz : 4Mbps (DL).0 certified : TDD : 2.USB Dongle Model number Compliance Certification Duplex Mode Frequency Channel Bandwidth Data Rate : USB 200 : IEEE 802.496GHz to 2.

in” .Internet Tab  Authentication method is EAP-TTLS-MSCHAPV2  Give BSNL user name and password  Mention Realm as “bsnl.

Status Tab The following important parameters are show in the tab 1) State 2) RSSI 3) CINR 4) TxPwr 5) BSID .

State: There are three types • Scan • Network Entry • Operational “Scan “ indicates the CPE is searching the BTS signal “Network Entry” Indicates the CPE is not getting authentication “Operational” Indicates the CPE got authenticated . If the CPE is having the good signal the CINR will be high. RSSI( Receiver signal strength indicator ) : This parameter indicates the signal strength of the CPE CINR( carrier interference Noise ratio ) : This parameter indicates the carrier to noise ratio . TxPwr ( Transmitted power): This parameter represents the transmited power of the CPE BSID(Base station MAC id): This parameter displays the MAC id of the base station to which CPE is latched .


Out Door CPE Installation • RF Coverage • Types of Mounting • Cabling & Connector Preparation .

Virudhunagar RSSI plot for Outdoor CPE scale with 2km grid .

RF coverage • Need to know what network is planed for Outdoor coverage Indoor coverage • How many base station are visible(LOS or Near Los) from the location • Approximate distance from each Base station Location • Frequency of operation .

SS Visible from Multiple Base station Base Station A North 2.4 Km CPE 6 Km 3 Km Base Station C Base Station B •Select the BTS which is having shortest distance from the CPE • In the above Diagram the CPE will be pointed towards the Base station A .

Types Of Mounting .

Two types of installations are visualized • On a Pole on Roof Top • Direct on wall /window grill .

free of any obstacles (ii)That the CPE positioned on the pole cannot be crossed by any body waking on the roof .  Make sure that---(i) That there is a safe access to the pipe.CPE installation on pole • Recommended pipe :3m to 12 m length • To be installed along the walls of the terrace or building.

How to do pole Installation Secure the pipe to the wall or lift room or any other suitable place with “C” clamps . Make sure that pipe do not rotates in the “C” clamp .

clamp .C.

Direct on wall /window grill Directly mount the CPE to the window grail or to the wall .

Cabling & Connector Preparation • The CPE connects the to the POE (Power over Ethernet) box with cad5/cad6 cable with RJ45 connecters on both side • Support cable length is 100m • It is important to check the connectivity of the cable before plugging in to the POE and CPE Cad5/cad6 cable with RJ45 POE box .

TROUBLE SHOOT  Not able to brose through CPE • Check the “State“ parameter which is present in the status tab • If the Scan parameter shown as Scan then the CPE is not getting the BTS signal • If the Scan parameter shown as Network entry then check for the BSNL user name & password is correct or not I .

M ( TECH) Mr.com G.Anisuddin.K 2 9345379730 / 9382285973 Network Engineer .Swaminathan. Shiva.G 3 9698778526/8124427762 thiru.S /Mr.com arulrajs@icommtele.com mangeshh@icommtele.Arulraj. Project Manager( O & M ) Mr.J 6 9381901207 anisuddinj@icommtele.N 5 9381518794 Project Manager Mr.N.com narasimhaa@icommtele.com Description Project Eng SSA In charge Mr. Kumerasan Leval 1 PH:-No 9382285974 MAIL ID kumaresant@icommtele. Uday Jaladi 7 9392638257 udayj@icommtele.com rameshka@icommtele.M ( Net Work) Mr.K 4 9382164356 Dy.com ganbarasu87@rediffmail.com Circle Head Mr.Steps to Clear the Site Issues in ICOMM NAME Mr.P/ Mr.com.A. shivak@icommtele.T.ASN Mr. Rao 9 9396954556 Sr. GM (Head Project) .Rameshkumar.com RF Team Mr.com swaminathann@icommtele.Anbarasu.solar@gmail.Mangesh H 8 9391383122 G.Thirumurugan.

THANK YOU icommtele.com ICOMM Facilities .

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