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Title: Modeling simulation and comparative analysis of wimax system using mimo OFDM and alamouti coding scheme
Researcher: Sedani, Bhavin Shashikant
Guide(s): Kulkarni, Gopal Ramchandra
Keywords: Electronics and Communication Engineering
Upload Date: 26-Jun-2014
University: Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibarewala University
Completed Date: 18-06-2012
Abstract: The world without wires is continuously in demand and it is growing at the tremendous speed because of the most important feature of being highly mobile in nature. Wireless devices such as mobile phones have been achieving more and more attraction mainly because of their mobility. Though initially the early phones were compatible with voice applications only, as an innovation data services in terms of text have been added and the latest task is towards multimedia services such as transfer of videos, pictures, etc. have got highly involved into it. These services are not right now versatile but their utilization and implementation in real life is continuously growing. But the main obstacle that is experienced by the emerging wireless networks such as wireless local area networks is the full fledged developed high speed wire line network. On contrary to this the wireless networks are under great demand because of their mobility but still they are not exactly coping up with the high data rates same to that of wired access technologies such as digital subscriber line. To overcome the limitation, either one has to rely on wired network which is not easy to deploy in remote rural areas because of lack of mobility, or has to develop the wireless network with sufficiently high speed that requires high amount of bandwidth. Mobile broadband wireless access offers an elastic and gainful solution to these problems. In recent years the WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) standard has materialized to harmonies the wide variety of different BWA technologies. The first WiMAX version was based on the IEEE 802.16-2004 standard and presented wireless links to fixed subscribers. The most recent 802.16e standard supports broadband applications to mobile handsets and laptops. newlineThe most important property of wireless communication is to provide the endless continuity with high data rate and less time consumption which has becoming the most needy requirement for the future generation telecommunication systems. But the
Pagination: 267p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/19825
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Engineering

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