Mobile WiMAX Base Station Architecture and RF Technology

@inproceedings{Saitou2008MobileWB,
  title={Mobile WiMAX Base Station Architecture and RF Technology},
  author={V Naoyuki Saitou and Viviane Endo and V Yasuhiro Shibuya},
  year={2008}
}
In March 2008, Fujitsu issued a press release about its commercial product of a Mobile WiMAX base station (BS) "BroadOne WX300", which is an all-in-one type of very small outdoor equipment, composed of a mobile IP network interface, IEEE 802.16e air interface and radio transceivers. This base station has two transceivers in a cabinet and supports one 20 MHz or multiple 10 MHz channel bandwidths per transceiver by reconfiguring it with a software download. In addition, this platform is the same… CONTINUE READING

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