WiMAX Evolution: Emerging Technologies and Applications

WiMAX Evolution: Emerging Technologies and Applications

Editor(s): Marcos D. Katz, Frank H.P. Fitzek

Published Online: 29 JAN 2009

Print ISBN: 9780470696804

Online ISBN: 9780470740118

DOI: 10.1002/9780470740118

About this Book

This book presents the evolutionary and visionary developments of WiMAX!

WiMAX Evolution: Emerging Technologies and Applications focuses on the future developments of WiMAX technology. The book discusses the evolutionary aspects of WiMAX, from the physical to the application layer, including visions from industry, standardization and research communities. Several chapters of the book will present very new and unique information as editors and their respective organizations are involved in ongoing international projects on WiMAX, developing advanced WiMAX techniques. The Editors' in-house WiMAX test-beds enhance the book with privileged and seldom published information on practical issues.

Key features:

  • Presents evolutionary and visionary developments of WiMAX, motivating and inspiring readers to join and continue the developing work
  • Contains chapters with previously unpublished material, including  measurements on real WiMAX equipment and their validation, and introduction of robust header compression in WiMAX, and more
  • Unique results on real WiMAX test-beds
  • Covers WiMAX validation, novel scenarios, applications and business, advanced WiMAX architectures, WiMAX extensions, and WiMAX evolution and future developments
  • Expert authorship with a balanced mix of contributions from highly regarded professionals from top research institutes, industry and academia

This book is an invaluable resource for product developers, research and standardization engineers in industry, professors, research scientists and advanced students in academia. Technology managers and CTOs will also find this book insightful.

Table of contents

    1. You have free access to this content
  1. Part I: Introduction

  2. Part II: WiMAX Validation: Validating Current Fixed and Mobile WiMAX through Advanced Testbeds

    1. Chapter 2

      WiMAX Performance in Practice (pages 15–43)

      Kostas Pentikousis, Esa Piri, Jarno Pinola and Ilkka Harjula

  3. Part III: Novel Scenarios

    1. Chapter 3

      Novel WiMAX Scenarios for Future Broadband Wireless Access Networks (pages 45–67)

      Pedro Neves, Kostas Pentikousis, Susana Sargento, Marília Curado, Paulo Simões and Francisco Fontes

    2. Chapter 4

      Pricing in WiMAX Networks (pages 69–84)

      Ioannis Papapanagiotou, Jie Hui and Michael Devetsikiotis

  4. Part IV: Advanced WiMAX Architectures

    1. Chapter 5

      WiMAX Femtocells (pages 85–103)

      Chris Smart, Clare Somerville and Doug Pulley

    2. Chapter 7

      The Role of WiMAX Technology in Distributed Wide Area Monitoring Applications (pages 129–143)

      Francesco Chiti, Romano Fantacci, Leonardo Maccari, Dania Marabissi and Daniele Tarchi

    3. Chapter 8

      WiMAX Mesh Architectures and Network Coding (pages 145–162)

      Parag S. Mogre, Matthias Hollick, Christian Schwingenschloegl, Andreas Ziller and Ralf Steinmetz

  5. Part V: WiMAX Extensions

    1. Chapter 10

      Robust Header Compression for WiMAX Femto Cells (pages 183–197)

      Frank H.P. Fitzek, Gerrit Schulte, Esa Piri, Jarno Pinola, Marcos D. Katz, Jyrki Huusko, Kostas Pentikousis and Patrick Seeling

    2. Chapter 11

      A WiMAX Cross-Layer Framework for Next Generation Networks (pages 199–225)

      Pedro Neves, Susana Sargento, Ricardo Matos, Giada Landi, Kostas Pentikousis, Marília Curado and Francisco Fontes

    3. Chapter 13

      VoIP over WiMAX (pages 251–263)

      Rath Vannithamby and Roshni Srinivasan

    4. Chapter 15

      Enabling Per-Flow and System-Wide QoS and QoE in Mobile WiMAX (pages 277–304)

      Thomas Casey, Xiongwen Zhao, Nenad Veselinovic, Jari Nurmi and Riku Jäntti

  6. Part VI: WiMAX Evolution and Future Developments

    1. Chapter 18

      Applying WiMAX in New Scenarios: Limitations of the Physical Layer and Possible Solutions (pages 367–384)

      Ilkka Harjula, Paola Cardamone, Matti Weissenfelt, Mika Lasanen, Sandrine Boumard, Aaron Byman and Marcos D. Katz

    2. Chapter 19

      Application of Radio-Over-Fiber in WiMAX: Results and Prospects (pages 385–400)

      Juan Luis Corral, Roberto Llorente, Valentín Polo, Borja Vidal, Javier Martí, Jonás Porcar, David Zorrilla and Antonio José Ramírez

    1. You have free access to this content