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Performance Evaluation of Wireless Routing Protocols in Mobile WiMAX Environment

  title={Performance Evaluation of Wireless Routing Protocols in Mobile WiMAX Environment},
  author={Md. Saiful Azad and Mohammad Moshee Uddin and Farhat Anwar and Md. Arafatur Rahman},
Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) is a technology that bridges the gap between fixed and mobile access and offer the same subscriber experience for fixed and mobile user. Demand for such type of mobile broadband services and applications are growing rapidly as it provides freedom to the subscribers to be online wherever they are at a competitive price with other significant facilities such as increasing amounts of bandwidth, using a variety of mobile and nomadic devices… 

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