WiMAX Network Deployment: Implementation and Trends

Date: January 22, 2008
Pages: 252
US$ 995.00
Publisher: Mind Commerce Publishing LLC
Report type: Strategic Report
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WiMAX Network Deployment: Implementation and Trends
The network deployment stage is considered one of the most important phases in the network life cycle. This report provides detailed analysis of WiMAX network solutions deployment. The report discusses the requirements, steps, considerations and latest trends in the deployment process of cutting-edge WiMAX technology. The report also provides practical guidelines from WiMAX deployment experts about the deployment process.
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Table of Contents


1.1 Introduction
1.2 Overview of Mobile Systems
  1.2.1 First-Generation Mobile Systems (1G)
  1.2.2 Second-Generation Mobile Systems (2G)
  1.2.3 2.5G Mobile Systems High-speed circuit-switched data (HSCSD) General packet radio service (GPRS) Enhanced Data GSM Environment (EDGE)
  1.2.4 Third-Generation Mobile Systems (3G) CDMA CDMA2000 Key Features CDMA2000 Advantages Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (W-CDMA) W-CDMA Key Features
  1.2.5 Wireless LAN (WLAN)
  1.2.6 Wi-Fi WLAN Hotspots Problems with Wi-Fi Security Compatibility and Interpretability Billing Issues
1.3 WiMAX
  1.3.1 Introduction
  1.3.2 Definition
  1.3.3 Why WiMAX
  1.3.4 Standards 802.16e-
1.4 Fourth-Generation Mobile Systems (4G) - The Next Step


2.1 Mesh Architecture
  2.1.1 Overview.
  2.1.2 Advantages of Mesh Networks
  2.1.3 Drawbacks of Mesh Architectures
  2.1.4 Mesh Networking Applications
  2.1.5 Mesh Network and WiMAX
  2.1.6 Reliability and Security of Mesh WiMAX Networks
  2.1.7 Challenge of Mesh WiMAX Network
2.2 Point to Consecutive Point
2.3 Point-to-Point
2.4 Point to Multiple Point
  2.4.1 Point to Multiple Point Applications Benefit for WiMAX Banking Networks Education Networks


3.1 Overview.
3.2 On the Go
3.3 Last-mile broadband
3.4 Broadband Campus Coverage
3.5 Citywide Broadband
3.6 WiMAX Model Development Consortium.
3.7 Business Models


4.1 WiMAX against 3G.
4.2 WiMAX Deployment Consideration for Mobile Operators
4.3 WIMAX Deployment and 3G.
  4.3.1 WiMAX as 3G Alternative
  4.3.2 Challenges of Deploying WiMAX as 3G Alternative 3G applications and services remain convincing and are still needed The Cost between WiMAX and 3G.
  4.3.3 WiMAX and 3G Integration
4.4 WIMAX Deployment and 2G.
4.5 WIMAX deployment and UMTS
4.6 WIMAX Deployment and WCDMA.
4.7 WIMAX Deployment and HSPDA.


5.1 Challenges Overview.
  5.1.1 A Tight EVM Requirement
  5.1.2 Receiver Performance
5.2 Solving the Challenges of deploying WiMAX Research and Development
  5.2.2 Design Verification and Pre-Conformance
  5.2.3 Conformance Test
  5.2.4 Manufacturing
  5.2.5 MIMO/Wave2 Test Support
  5.2.6 EXA Signal Analyzer


6.1 Overview.
6.2 WiMAX Deployment Considerations for Fixed Wireless Access
  6.2.1 Fixed WiMAX in 700 MHz Aggressive Frequency Reuse Schemes and the Use of Multiple Antenna Techniques MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Outputs) and AAS (Adaptive Antenna Systems) The Cross Sector Interference Cancellation (XSIC)
  6.2.2 Fixed WiMAX in 2.5 and 3 GHz Urban Environment Suburban Environment Rural Environment
  6.2.3 Canada's first Fixed WiMAX network Customer Business challenge Solutions and products
  6.2.4 Fixed WiMAX in 5 GHz
6.3 WiMAX Deployment Consideration for Mobile Wireless Access
  6.3.1 Mobile WiMAX in 700 MHz
  6.3.2 Mobile WiMAX in 2.5 and 3 GHz
  6.3.3 Mobile WiMAX in 5 GHz


7.1 Spectrum allocation for the 802.16e/d
  7.1.1 Fixed WiMAX
  7.1.2 Mobile WiMAX
7.2 Licensed and Unlicensed
  7.2.1 Licensed Bands 2.3 GHz 2.5 GHz 3.5 GHz
  7.2.2 Unlicensed Band
7.3 Considerations of Bands
7.4 Spectrum Future
  7.4.1 10-66 GHz (802.16c) System Profiles for 10-66 GHz The 700 MHZ band
7.5 Customers' Requirements in WiMAX
7.6 Price
  7.6.1 The Price of Buying the Band if Using Licensed Band
  7.6.2 Cost of WiMAX Base Stations
  7.6.3 Customer Usage Cost
7.7 Bandwidth
  7.7.1 Licensed Band (2.5 GHz-3.5 GHz) MMDS
  7.7.2 Unlicensed Band (5.8 GHz)
  7.7.3 802.16-
  7.7.4 802.16-
  7.7.5 How Effective is the Bandwidth
  7.7.6 How to Increase the Bandwidth: Spectrum Efficiency
  7.7.7 Bandwidth Consideration
7.8 Operators' Spectrum Requirements
  7.8.1 Coverage Requirement
  7.8.2 Capacity Requirement
7.9 Synchronization Requirement
7.10 Licensed vs. Unlicensed (License-Exempt) Spectrum.
  7.10.1 Overview.
  7.10.2 Differences between license and license-exempt WiMAX
  7.10.3 Licensed Spectrum. Licensed 2.5 GHz Licensed 3.5 GHz Licensed WiMAX Deployment Challenges of deploying a licensed WiMAX Licensed 2.5 GHz Licensed 3.5 GHz
  7.10.4 License-Exempt Spectrum. License-Exempt 5 GHz License-Exempt WiMAX Deployment Challenges of Deploying a License-exempt WiMAX Infrastructure Placement RF Interference Solving the Challenges of deploying a License-Exempt WiMAX Solution Issues with Infrastructure Placement Solution Issues with RF Interference: Noise Direct Spectrum Overlap by Unidentified Sources Direct Spectrum Overlap by Identified Sources RF Standards Proper Network Design Power Amplifiers and Antenna Technologies Filtering Shielding Reuse Synchronization of Signals with Other Providers Improving License-Exempt WiMAX Deployments Using Antenna Techniques Diversity Techniques Advanced Antenna Systems and Switching


8.1 Types of Services
8.2 Examples to Services
  8.2.1 VPN and Transparent LAN.
  8.2.2 Voice over IP (VoIP) Why VoIP VoIP over WiMAX VoIP over WiMAX Algorithm. WiMAX for VoIP Success Challenges of VoIP over WiMAX
  8.2.3 Mobile Voice Mobile Voice as an Alternative to Cellular Phones Cellular Backhaul Wireless Backhaul PolarIP WiMAX Cordless Phone Key Features
  8.2.4 Telemetry How WiMAX integrate with telemetry: Telemetry Application Aircraft Development Monitoring Patient Monitoring Environmental Conditions Monitoring SCADA Systems Remote Controlling Traffic Control Home Automation Challenges of WiMAX of telemetry
  8.2.5 Entertainment IPTV & IMS Services WiMAX Gaming Device WiMAX Plug and Play WiMAX-plus-satellite-TV WiMAX-based Media Streaming


9.1 Backhaul
9.2 WiMAX Backhaul Technical Considerations
  9.2.1 Range and Throughput
  9.2.2 Security
  9.2.3 QOS
  9.2.4 Interference
  9.2.5 Rain Fades
9.3 Wireless Backhaul in a Cellular Network
9.4 Wireless Backhaul in a Wi-Fi Network
9.5 WiMAX Ethernet Backhaul Strategies
  9.5.1 Outsource the network to an existing service provider Ethernet over TDM. Native Carrier Ethernet service
  9.5.2 Build and Manage Some/All of the Transmission Infrastructure Range and throughput QoS Ease of licensing
9.6 Cingular Wireless


10.1 Last-mile
  10.1.1 Telephony system.
  10.1.2 WISP services


11.1 Market Overview.
11.2 Market Definition
  11.2.1 WiMAX Deployment Ecosystem. Sprint WiMAX Ecosystem. Motorola Ecosystem. Nortel Ecosystem. M-Taiwan WiMAX Ecosystem. Carrier Pilot Project FITEL Project TATUNG Project FET Project
  11.2.2 Service Providers Overview. Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers (ILECs) Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs) Wireless Carriers Internet Service Providers Cable Providers Satellite Broadband Providers Wireless Internet Service Providers Broadband Over-builders Examples to Service Providers Sprint Overview. Financials Market Shares History Financial Analysis 2001- Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow. Financial Analysis Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow.
  11.2.3 Vendors Infrastructure (Base Station) Customer Premise Equipment (Subscriber Station) Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) Historically-Involved Equipment Vendors Airspan Networks Inc. Overview. Products Base Station Products HiperMAX (Highly Flexible WiMAX Base Station for High Availability Services) MacroMAX Family (Integrated Macro-Cell WiMAX Base Stations) MicroMAX (Integrated Micro-Cell WiMAX Base Stations) End User Devices MiMAX USB EasyST- EasyWiFi EasyVoice ProST-2 and ProST-Wi-Fi- Network Products ControlMAX VoiceMAX Network Management Products Netspan - Element Manager for WiMAX Financial Analysis Market Shares History Analysis for Years 2001- Income Statement Balance Sheet Flow Cash Analysis for Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow. Alvarion Ltd Overview. Products BreezeMAX BreezeACCESS VL AlvariSTAR NMS Fault Management Configuration Management Network View. Service Management Performance Monitoring Security Management WALKair Financial Analysis Market Shares History Analysis for Years 2001- Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow. Analysis for Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow. Aperto Networks Overview. Products PacketMAX Base Stations PacketMAX 5000 Base Station PacketMAX 4000 Base Station PacketMAX 3000 Base Station PacketMAX 2000 Base Station PacketMAX Subscriber Units PacketMAX 500 Subscriber Unit PacketMAX 300 Subscriber Unit PacketMAX 100 Subscriber Unit PacketMAX 20 Voice Services Gateway PacketMAX 3000/5000 Base Station Radio (BSR-35) Cambridge Broadband Ltd Overview. Products VectaStar Base Station VectaStar Subscriber Unit Navini Networks Inc. Overview. Products Ripwave® MX Proxim Corp. Overview. Products Tsunami MP. Tsunami MP.11 Series Tsunami™ MP.11 5012 Series MeshMAX™ Product Series Redline Communications Inc. Overview. Products RedMAX™ 4C Mobile WiMAX Platform. RedMAX™ AN-100U WiMAX Certified Base Station RedMAX™ outdoor Subscriber Unit (SU-O) RedMAX™ Indoor Subscriber Unit (SU-I) Siemens AG. Overview. Products WiMAX Modem for Wireless Internet Access SR Telecom Inc. Overview. Products SR500™ - Long-Range Voice & Data Access SR500ip™ - Broadband Internet & High-Capacity Voice for Remote Areas Wi-LAN Inc. Overview. Products ZTE Corp Overview. Products ZTE Mobile WiMAX Newcomers Equipment Vendors Alcatel-Lucent Overview. Products Alcatel-Lucent 9710 Compact WiMAX Base Station Alcatel-Lucent 9715 Lightweight WiMAX Base Station Alcatel-Lucent 9719 Distributed WiMAX Base Station Alcatel-Lucent 9740 WiMAX Access Controller Alcatel-Lucent 9753 WiMAX Operation & Maintenance Center Financials Stock History Analysis for 2001- Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow. Analysis for Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow. Motorola Inc. Overview. Products Wi4 WiMAX™. WAP 400 Series Access Points Financials Stock History Annual Analysis Income Statement 2001- Balance Sheet 2001- Cash Flow 2001- Analysis for Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow Recommendations Chip Manufacturer WiMAX Silicon Vendors Altera Corp. Overview. Products WiMAX RF Card Solutions WiMAX Channel Card Solutions Analog Devices Inc. Overview. Products WiMAX RF Transceivers AD9353 WiMAX RF MxFE™ Transceiver AD9352 WiMAX/Wipro RF MxFE Transceiver AD9355 WiMAX RF MxFE™ MISO Transceiver AD9354 WiMAX/Wipro RF MxFE™ MISO Transceiver WiMAX Power Amplifier ADL5570 2.3 GHz to 2.4 GHz WiMAX Power Amplifier ADL5571 2.5 GHz to 2.7 GHz WiMAX Power Amplifier Aspex Semiconductor Ltd. Overview. Products Aspex WiMAX Development Kit Beceem Communications Inc. Overview. Products BCS200 Chipset MS120 Chipset NextWave Wireless Overview. Products NW1000 Series WiMAX Chipset Fujitsu Ltd. Overview. Products Fixed WiMAX - 802.16- Mobile WiMAX - 802.16e- Intel Corporation Overview. Products Intel PRO/Wireless Financial Analysis Market Shares History Analysis 2002- Income Statement Balance Sheet Cash Flow. PicoChip Designs Ltd. Overview. Products PC102 picoArray PC20x Family Runcom Technologies Ltd. Overview. Products System on Chip Solutions RNA200 (ASIC SoC for mobile subscriber stations (MSS)) RNA2000/RNF2000 (ASIC SoC for base-stations) MSS Solutions RNE200CF (Compact-Flash WiMAX adaptor) RNE200USB (USB WiMAX adaptor) RNE200PC (PCMCIA WiMAX adaptor) RNE200EC (Express Card WiMAX adaptor) RNE200MB (RF-IC Evaluation Board / Baseband Motherboard) RNU200RG (CPE residential gateway) RNR200 (Discrete RF Solutions for MSS) Base Station Solutions RNE2000B (Channel Card) RNE2000MB (Sector Card) RNU2000N (Single Sector Unit) Sequans Communications Overview. Products S3MAX: the whole package Mobile WIMAX SQN1130 (IEEE 802.16e-2005 solution for broadband wireless access) SQN1140 (Mobile WiMAX wave 2 ready RF chip) SQN1110 (IEEE 802.16e solution for broadband wireless access) SQN2130 (WiMAX Forum wave 2 ready base station chip) Fixed WIMAX SQN1010 (IEEE 802.16-2004 Baseband solution) SQN2010 (IEEE 802.16d-2004 baseband solution) TeleCIS Wireless Inc. Overview. Products TCW 1620 SoC Wavesat Wireless Inc. Overview. Products Evolutive™ WiMAX Series The Evolutive™ WiMAX Series CPE MAC Software 3.5 and 5.8 GHz Mini-PCI Reference Designs UMobile™ WiMAX Series UMobile WiMAX Series Features


12.1 WiMAX and 3G Cell Sites
12.2 WiMAX and Wi-Fi
12.3 WiMAX as 3G Alternative
12.4 WiMAX Mobility Networks
12.5 WiMAX and DSL
12.6 WiMAX and IPTV


13.1 Sprint and WiMAX Deployment
13.2 M-Taiwan Showcase
13.3 The Cisco Deal
13.4 WiMAX and 700 MHz
  13.4.1 Overview of Telsima 450/700 MHz BWA Solution
  13.4.2 Why 700 MHz
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