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Presenting the new IEEE 802.16m standard, this is the first book to take a systematic, top down approach to describing Mobile WiMAX and its next generation, giving detailed algorithmic descriptions together with explanations of the principles behind the operation of individual air interface protocols and network components.FeaturesA systematic and detailed, top down approach to the design of 4G cellular systems based on IEEE 802.16m and 3GPP LTE LTE Advanced technologies A systematic approach to understanding IEEE 802.16m radio access network and mobile WiMAX network architecture and protocols The first comprehensive technical reference on the design, development and performance evaluation of IMT Advanced systems, including the theoretical background and design principles as well as implementation considerations About the authorThe author, chief architect and technical lead of the IEEE 802.16m project at Intel Corporation, initiated and masterminded the development of the IEEE 802.16m standard and has been one of the leading technical drivers in its standardization process in IEEE The author was also a leading technical contributor to the definition and development of requirements and evaluation methodology for the IMT Advanced systems in ITU R Reflecting the author s 20 years expertise and experience, the book provides an in depth, systematic and structured technical reference for professional engineers, researchers, and graduate students working in cellular communication systems, radio air interface technologies, cellular communications protocols, advanced radio access technologies for 4G systems, and broadband cellular standards A systematic and detailed, top down approach to the design of 4G cellular systems based on IEEE 802.16m and 3GPP LTE LTE Advanced technologiesA systematic approach to understanding IEEE 802.16m radio access network and mobile WiMAX network architecture and protocolsThe first comprehensive technical reference on the design, development and performance evaluation of IMT Advanced systems, including the theoretical background and design principles as well as implementation considerations


7 thoughts on “Mobile WiMAX: A Systems Approach to Understanding IEEE 802.16m Radio Access Technology

  1. bernie (xyzzy) bernie (xyzzy) says:

    I was raised on various 802 protocols and find them fascinating I have to admit most of my practical experience is with the 802.11 realm However is having always been fascinated but the other standards Years ago I was working on a GSM system before it became fashionable My last dabbling was with RFID So even if I will not be doing anything practical with this book I am still intrigued with the technology and how it is implemented.The book its self presents the information in a text book design It also works well as a reference book Very good diagrams and practical explanations Each chapter has references, some being URLs to different sites that relate to the subject The only drawback is color They left off that dimension so you will have to get used to black, white and gray Still it makes scanning easier Too bad there are no kits you can buy to apply the information in a tactile way I assume if there are schools out there using this book that they have some sort of lab.Any way this book can open up a whole new world Next step is to check out this organization wimaxforum.orgDon t settle for a black box Know how the world really works It can be fun This book holds nothing back I like hardback books best yet making a kindle version was a smart move.


  2. bernie (xyzzy) bernie (xyzzy) says:

    I was raised on various 802 protocols and find them fascinating I have to admit most of my practical experience is with the 802.11 realm However is having always been fascinated but the other standards Years ago I was working on a GSM system before it became fashionable My last dabbling was with RFID So even if I will not be doing anything practical with this book I am still intrigued with the technology and how it is implemented.The book its self presents the information in a text book design It also works well as a reference book Very good diagrams and practical explanations Each chapter has references, some being URLs to different sites that relate to the subject The only drawback is color They left off that dimension so you will have to get used to black, white and gray Still it makes scanning easier Too bad there are no kits you can buy to apply the information in a tactile way I assume if there are schools out there using this book that they have some sort of lab.Any way this book can open up a whole new world Next step is Don t settle for a black box Know how the world really works It can be fun This book holds nothing back I like hardback books best yet making a kindle version was a smart move.


  3. bernie (xyzzy) bernie (xyzzy) says:

    I was raised on various 802 protocols and find them fascinating I have to admit most of my practical experience is with the 802.11 realm However is having always been fascinated but the other standards Years ago I was working on a GSM system before it became fashionable My last dabbling was with RFID So even if I will not be doing anything practical with this book I am still intrigued with the technology and how it is implemented.The book its self presents the information in a text book design It also works well as a reference book Very good diagrams and practical explanations Each chapter has references, some being URLs to different sites that relate to the subject The only drawback is color They left off that dimension so you will have to get used to black, white and gray Still it makes scanning easier Too bad there are no kits you can buy to apply the information in a tactile way I assume if there are schools out there using this book that they have some sort of lab.Any way this book can open up a whole new world Next step is to check out this organization wimaxforum.orgDon t settle for a black box Know how the world really works It can be fun This book holds nothing back I like hardback books best yet making a kindle version was a smart move.


  4. Timothy Walker Timothy Walker says:

    You know you re in trouble when there s 17 pages of acronyms before chapter one.That said, the engineers working to transform the 3G networks of today into the ubiquitous mobile broadband of tomorrow are a hale and hearty lot, unafraid of massive abbreviation laden tomes Further, compared to the 2000 page IEEE 802.16 2009 standard itself, this book reads like something out of the Dummies series.As a technical reference,Mobile WiMAX A Systems Approach to Understanding IEEE 802.16m Radio Access Technologyis simply superb WiMAX is explained by one of its creators with clarity, exceptional organization, and incredible thoroughness, including all of the necessary facts, figures, and formulas I had hoped that the book would contain introductory instructive material but I certainly cannot fault the author for writing for his intended audience and not for lay readership.


  5. J. Sullivan J. Sullivan says:

    With the ever increasing number devices utilizing mobile wireless networks, it s no mystery that the underlying systems continue to evolve Mobile WiMAX is a thorough treatment of the convergence of the underlying technologies from their origins to their futures.The different requirements of the broadband pipelines used to enable efficient and secure transfer of information varies greatly in different contexts This book defines 802.16m technologies in depth from top to bottom from access and protocols to security and physical attributes.This book includes a seventeen page alphabetized list of abbreviations associated with the mobile broadband technologies discussed The technologies are well organized, and the dialog is eloquently presented, making it easy to maintain focus on each topic The diagrams are plentiful, legibly clean and pleasing to the eye This is a very fine reference to its subject.


  6. Luis Luis says:

    This is a very good book on the subject I was looking for a WiMAX reference book and this book definitely does that job It is at times a little verbose and provides details about how standard bodies operate than I care for but the material is good.It starts providing some background on and requirements for a 4G mobile broadband wireless access system, going then to the reference model and the interfaces for WiMAX, going then into detail about each interface Finally, it goes into detail on the physical and MAC layers, including the security sublayer I am not a physical layer person but i m interested in the MAC layer and general system overview The author does a great job explaining and providing details sequence diagrams, tables, etc Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone working on this type of networks.


  7. GX GX says:

    Sassan Ahmadi does a very good job in the first edition of Mobile WiMAX which I believe is his debut into the textbook field To set the stage, this is an exhaustive reference at nearly 800 pages and is aimed at upper level college students, grad students and experienced professionals If you aren t using this for a class, which I tend to think is the target audience, I found the book to be a great desk reference The chapter layout was clearly organized and the comprehensive index was accurate for the items I looked up This can be fairly technical material, but it is enriched with diagrams and sufficient explanations.