Synopses & Reviews
Recent developments on wireless communication technology have resulted in tremendous innovations to make broadband wireless networks able to compete with 3G cellular network. IEEE 802.16X standards have not only specified WiMax wireless access networks but also designed a framework of wireless metropolitan area networks with mobility functionality. It is obvious that with further development of various WiMax technologies, wide range of high-quality, flexible wireless mobile applications and services could be provided, which will revolutionarily improve our modern life to achieve the goal of accessing the global information at any place and at any time by any mobile device in the future. Current Technology Developments of WiMax Systems addresses the recent developments of WiMax technologies for both academia and industry. It is expected to be a good reference for further research and development on WiMax systems.
The latest developments in wireless communication technology have resulted in broadband wireless networks that are able to compete with 3G cellular networks. This book addresses these recent developments in WiMax technologies for both academia and industry.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: "Deployment and Design of Multi-Antenna WiMax Systems in a Non-Stationary Interference Environment" M. Nicoli, S. Savazzi, O. Simeone, R. Bosisio, G. Primolevo, L. Sampietro, and C. Santacesaria Chapter 2: "Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation for 802.16e-2005 MAC" Y. N. Lin, S. H. Chien, Y. D. Lin, Y. C. Lai, and M. Liu Chapter 3: "A Downlink MAC Frame Allocation Framework in IEEE 802.16e OFDMA: Design and Performance Evaluation" A. Bacioccola1, C. Cicconetti, A. Erta, L. Lenzini, E. Mingozzi, and J. Moilanen Chapter 4: "Scheduling Techniques for WiMAX" A. Belghith and L. Nuaymi Chapter 5: "QoS Provision Mechanisms in WiMAX" M. Ma and J. Lu Chapter 6: "Mobile WiMAX Performance Optimization" S. Filin, S. Moiseev, and M. Kondakov Chapter 7: "A Comparative Study on Random Access Technologies of 3G and B3G Mobile Communication Systems" J. Shin and H. S. Cho Chapter 8: "An Improved Fast Base Station Switching for IEEE 802.16e with Reuse Partitioning" I.K. Fu, H. J. Chiu, and W. H. Sheen Chapter 9: "Fast Handover Schemes in IEEE 802.16E Broadband Wireless Networks" Q. Lu, M. Ma, and H. M. Liew Chapter 10: "Addressing Multiservice Classes and Hybrid Architecture in WiMAX Networks" K. Gakhar, M. Achir, A. Leroy, and A. Gravey Chapter 11: "Energy-Efficient Multimedia Delivery in WMAN Using User Cooperation Diversity" K-D. Lee, B.K. Yi, and V.C.M. Leung Chapter 12: "Game Theory Modeling of Social Psychology Principle for Reliable Multicast Services in WiMax Networks" M. P. Anastasopoulos, A. V. Vasilakos, and P. G. Cottis Chapter 13: "IEEE 802.16: Enhanced Modes of Operation and Integration with Wired MANs" I. Cerutti, L.Valcarenghi, P. Castoldi, D. Marabissi, F. Meucci, L. Pierucci, E. D. Re, L. S. Ronga, R. Tka, and F. Kamoun