Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

WiMAX

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WiMAX

Today one of the hottest broadband wireless technologies is WiMAX. WiMAX provide an economical way to deliver broadband access services to residential and enterprise customers .

WiMax is a standardized wireless version of Ethernet intended primarily as an alternative to wire technologies ( such as Cable Modems, DSL and T1/E1 links ) to provide broadband access to customer premises. WiMAX would operate similar to WiFi but at higher speeds, over greater distances and for a greater number of users. WiMAX works at 5 bps/Hz and can peak up to 100 Mbps in a 20 MHz channel.

•WiMAX can satisfy a variety of access needs. Potential applications include extending broadband capabilities to bring them closer to subscribers, filling gaps in cable, DSL and T1 services, Wi-Fi and cellular backhaul, providing last-100 meter access from fibre to the curb and giving service providers another cost-effective option for supporting broadband services.

•WiMAX can support very high bandwidth solutions where large spectrum deployments (i.e. >10 MHz) are desired using existing infrastructure keeping costs down while delivering the bandwidth needed to support a full range of high-value, multimedia services.

•WiMAX can help service providers meet many of the challenges they face due to increasing customer demands without discarding their existing infrastructure investments because it has the ability to seamlessly interoperate across various network types.

•WiMAX can provide wide area coverage and quality of service capabilities for applications ranging from real-time delay-sensitive voice-over-IP (VoIP) to real-time streaming video and non-real-time downloads, ensuring that subscribers obtain the performance they expect for all types of communications.

•WiMAX, which is an IP-based wireless broadband technology, can be integrated into both wide-area third-generation (3G) mobile and wireless and wireline networks, allowing it to become part of a seamless anytime, anywhere broadband access solution.

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3 Responses to “WiMAX”
  1. Maria Howard says:

    Wimax offer more bandwidth and more services than traditional microwave communications. :.`

  2. Wimax would be the solution to the ever congested bandwidth of 3G,:-

  3. wimax is a great addition to the cellular phone industry, it could enably higher bandwidth and data transfer;~~

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