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WiMax Seminar report

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>> Wimax stands for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access.
>> The Wimax technology offers around 72 Mega Bits per second without any need for the cable infrastructure.
>> Wimax technology is based on Standard that is IEEE 802.16
WiMAX promises the availability of broadband service to residences and businesses that are currently under-served, including low-density rural locations in developed countries, as well as in emerging markets. It will also provide a flexible solution to end users for whom current provisioning timeframes are prohibitive, or for whom wired infrastructure is not available. WiMAX technology represents an expanding opportunity for service providers, equipment manufacturers, and chipset suppliers operating in both licensed and licenseexempt bands. Initially, WiMAX solutions will be based on the IEEE 802.16- 2004 specification, allowing fixed access for point-to point and point-to-multipoint use. A robust technology ecosystem, based on worldwide standards, is expected to evolve over time, ultimately yielding the dual benefits of interoperability and volume economics.
This paper has focused on several specific issues related to license-exempt deployments, including RF interference and infrastructure placement. RF interference results in a complex and ever changing environment. It should be respected and understood by service providers, but not feared. Solutions for dealing with rf interference include proper network design, use of advanced antenna technologies, point-to-point deployments identification of appropriate markets for WiMAX technology,filtering, shielding, frequency reuse, and synchronization with other providers. These solutions will help address some RFinterference issues. A robust network design is based on site surveys, statistics gathering, and coordination of RF use with neighboring providers to directly address interference




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