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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Successful Design and Marketing of a Rural Wireless Broadband Network

    The design of a rural wireless broadband network presents its own set of challenges that differ in significant ways from network design for urban areas. In addition to covering unserved and underserved locations with sufficient signal as cost?]effectively as possible, a means of accurately assessing which of these users will...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Analysis Techniques for WiMAX Network Design Simulations

    The initial analysis of the WiMAX uplink interference problem indicates a dependence upon a process (scheduling) which cannot be modeled accurately. Given this, one might therefore consider a Monte Carlo approach. However, further analysis shows that the details of this dependence are not relevant to the engineering question. One can...

    Provided By EDX Wireless

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Analysis Techniques for WiMAX Network Design Simulations

    The initial analysis of the WiMAX uplink interference problem indicates a dependence upon a process (scheduling) which cannot be modeled accurately. Given this, one might therefore consider a Monte Carlo approach. However, further analysis shows that the details of this dependence are not relevant to the engineering question. One can...

    Provided By EDX Wireless

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Successful Design and Marketing of a Rural Wireless Broadband Network

    The design of a rural wireless broadband network presents its own set of challenges that differ in significant ways from network design for urban areas. In addition to covering unserved and underserved locations with sufficient signal as cost?]effectively as possible, a means of accurately assessing which of these users will...

    Provided By EDX Wireless