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The coexistence of IEEE 802.16 (WiMAX) and IEEE 802.11 (WiFi) in shared radio spectrum is an acute problem. In license-exempt frequency bands, the frame-based medium access of 802.16 requires rigorous protection against interference from wireless local area networks in order to operate properly when sharing spectrum. We focus here on the unlicensed U-NII(More)
Today's wireless networking technology provides high data rates. With IEEE 802.11n products, data rates beyond 500<sup>Mb</sup>/<inf>s</inf> are soon feasible for <i>Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)</i>. Due to a standstill in standardization the project IEEE 802.15.3a it was disbanded in 2006. Companies are pushing therefore their own solutions to the(More)
— Future wireless packet switched cellular networks will require dense frequency reuse to achieve high capacity. At the same time, measures are required which limit the interference on the frequency carriers. It is assumed that central entities performing the task of interference coordination with global knowledge should be avoided. Rather, distributed(More)