Provided by: University of Madhya Pradesh
Date Added: Nov 2013
Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) is a new communication technology that conduit the fissure between fixed and mobile access and offer the same to both types of user. In today's scenario such mobile broadband services and applications are highly necessitate as its offers freedom to the subscribers to be connected wherever they are at a viable cost with significant amenities like increasing bandwidth while accessing variety of mobile and roaming devices. The primitive edition of WiMAX is based on IEEE 802.16 and is specially designed for fixed and roaming access, which is advances to support portability and mobility based on IEEE 802.16e, also known as mobile WiMAX.