1st Edition

Advanced Research and Technology

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ISBN 9781420043518
Published December 10, 2007 by Auerbach Publications
448 Pages

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Book Description

WiMAX is bringing about a worldwide revolution in broadband wireless access, including both fixed and mobile handsets. The IEEE 802.16 working group standardized most aspects of WiMAX signaling messages. However, several algorithms were left unspecified opening the door for innovations in protocol engineering for 802.16/802.20-based broadband wireless systems.
Get Connected to the WiMAX Revolution
WiMAX/MobileFi: Advanced Research and Technology brings together the world’s leading WiMAX researchers to present progressive techniques in the design, analysis, and optimization of protocols for WiMAX. This ground-breaking, previously unpublished, collection of papers addresses topics such as connection admission control, integration with WiFi Networks, QoS support, handoff management, scheduling algorithms, and load-balancing just to name a few. 
Written under the leadership of editor Yang Xiao, member of the IEEE 802.11 working group, WiMAX/MobileFi: Advanced Research and Technology represents the most cutting-edge survey of WiMAX technologies. It provides a foundation to support currently emerging applications as well as fuel the development of future innovations.

Table of Contents

Connections Admission Control in OFDMA-Based WiMAX Networks: Performance Modeling and Analysis. Mobile WiMAX Networks and Their Integration with WiFi Networks. QoS Support in IEEE 802.16-Based Broadband Wireless Networks. Security in Fixed and Mobile IEEE 802.16 Networks. Mobility Support and Conservation of Terminal Energy in IEEE 802.16 Wireless Networks. On the Best Frequency Reuse Scheme in WiMAX. Support for QoS in IEEE 802.16 Point-to-Multipoint Networks: A Simulation Study. Configuration Issues and Best Effort Performance Investigation of IEEE 802.16e. QoS Architecture for Efficient Bandwidth Management in the IEEE 802.16 Mesh Mode. Quality-of-Service Scheduling for WiMAX Networks. Handoff Management with Network Architecture Evolution in IEEE Broadband Wireless Mobility Networks. Distributed Architecture for Future WiMAX-Like Wireless IP Networks. Centralized Scheduling Algorithms for 802.16 Mesh Networks. Load-Balancing Approach to Radio Resource Management in Mobile WiMAX Networks. Multi-Service Opportunistic QoS-Enhanced Scheduler for the Downlink of IEEE 802.16 Point-to-Multipoint Systems. Effects of Rain on IEEE 802.16 Systems Deployment. Resource Management in WiMAX Networks.

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