3G Wireless with 802.16 and 802.11: WiMAX and WiFi

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 234 pages
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The integration of 802.11 (Wi-Fi) and 802.16 (Wi-Max) into wireless networks is a major new potential revenue stream for service providers. This rigorous tutorial shows communications engineers how to re-engineer existing networks to integrate the new standards.

Contents: Introduction * Radio Engineering * Network Engineering * Digital Wireless Systems * 802.11 * 802.16 * 802.20 * Convergence Wireless Mobility

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Contents

Introduction
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Radio System
29
Network Design
65
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Clint Smith P.E. is Vice President of ASI, where he is currently involved in the design and deployment of mobile data networks with GSM/GPRS/EDGE and CDMA2000 from both a core network and RF aspect. He has extensive design and operational experience in both mobile and fixed networks. He is also the author of Practical Cellular and PCS Design, LMDS, Wireless Telecom FAQs, and a co-author of Cellular System Design and Optimization, 3G Wireless Networks and Wireless Network Performance Handbook.

John Meyer is the President of ASI. He is an international expert in both core network and RF engineering having over 25 years of experience in the communications industry, including 10 years with the Motorola Cellular Infrastructure Group. He is actively involved with the deployment and integration of 2.5G and 3G mobile data networks with an emphasis on both the financial and technical components of offering wireless mobile data.

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