Multi-Hop Relay Based Coverage Extension in the IEEE802.16j Based Mobile WiMAX Systems

@article{Kim2008MultiHopRB,
  title={Multi-Hop Relay Based Coverage Extension in the IEEE802.16j Based Mobile WiMAX Systems},
  author={Se-Jin Kim and Seung-Yeon Kim and Byung-Bog Lee and Seungwan Ryu and Hyong-Woo Lee and Choong-Ho Cho},
  journal={2008 Fourth International Conference on Networked Computing and Advanced Information Management},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={516-522}
}
In this paper, we investigate various issues of cost- effective coverage extension in a multi-hop relay based WiBro/WiMAX systems. Since the coverage extension problem may occur in metropolitan areas as well as suburban or rural areas where user density is relatively low or moderate, we first introduce several topologies and the resulting cost-effective coverage extension methods for each case. Secondly, we propose two cost-effective coverage extension methods using two sectorized cellular… CONTINUE READING
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