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Mobile broadband possibilities considering the Arrival of IEEE 802.16m & LTE with an emphasis on South Asia

Hamid, N.I.B., Hossain, M.Z., Khandokar, M.R.H., Jamal, T. and Shoeb, M.A.ORCID: 0000-0002-6653-107X (2010) Mobile broadband possibilities considering the Arrival of IEEE 802.16m & LTE with an emphasis on South Asia. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, 7 (3). pp. 267-275.

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Abstract

This paper intends to look deeper into finding an ideal mobile broadband solution. Special stress has been put in the South Asian region through some comparative analysis. Proving their competency in numerous aspects, WiMAX and LTE already have already made a strong position in telecommunication industry. Both WiMAX and LTE are 4G technologies designed to move data rather than voice having IP networks based on OFDM technology. So, they aren’t like typical technological rivals as of GSM and CDMA. But still a gesture of hostility seems to outburst long before the stable commercial launch of LTE. In this paper various aspects of WiMAX and LTE for deployment have been analyzed. Again, we tried to make every possible consideration with respect to south Asia i.e. how mass people of this region may be benefited. As a result, it might be regarded as a good source in case of making major BWA deployment decisions in this region. Besides these, it also opens the path for further research and in depth thinking in this issue.

Publication Type: Journal Article
Publisher: IJCSIS
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/54471
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