Daniel Sweeney, «WiMax Operator's Manual: Building 802.16 Wireless Networks» (2nd edition)

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Daniel Sweeney, «WiMax Operator's Manual: Building 802.16 Wireless Networks» (2nd edition)
Apress | ISBN 1590595742 | 2005 Year | PDF | 9,87 Mb | 210 Pages

WiMax Operator’s Manual: Building 802.16 Wireless Networks is aimed at someone making primary decisions as to the design and implementation of an 802.16 based wireless public network. This is a manual on how to architect and operate a service network offering broadband wireless “last mile” access. The scope of the treatment includes all layers of the network and issues of management and administration. This operational handbook covers both the planning and construction, and the day-to-day operation, of a standards-based broadband wireless network. It explains the advantages of broadband wireless and where it constitutes a best solution, and it also delineates the unique difficulties, challenges, and limitations of broadband wireless. It does not attempt to summarize all knowledge relating to digital radio services or public packet networks, but provides essentials for planning and running the networks and indicates what kinds of specialized services should be secured to ensure the success of the undertaking. Highlights Include:
·This manual covers the new generation of smart, standards based broadband wireless networks
·Tells you what you need to know to plan a broadband wireless network for the delivery of profitable service offerings
·How to achieve spectral and operational efficiency to maximize your resources and minimize capital and operational expenses
·Puts broadband wireless in the context of the larger evolving service network
·How to scale your network for future growth