Penetration Loss of Walls and Data Rate of IEEE802.16m WiMAX Including Adaptive Modulation and Coding (AMC)
One of the newest technologies, that satisfy the ongoing demand for faster data rates with longer transmission ranges and that are thus suitable for new applications is mobile WiMAX. Mobile WiMAX will compete with cellular, Wi-Fi, and last-mile Internet access technologies such as DSL and cable. In this paper, the data rate for the downlink of OFDMA-based IEEE802.16m WiMAX system and the available DownLink (DL) throughput as a function of distance to the Base Station (BS) are estimated for a number of propagation scenarios (outdoor; indoor 1, indoor 2 and indoor 3) and penetration loss of walls is considered, using Adaptive Modulation schemes and Coding (AMC) schemes for 5 MHz and 20 MHz channel bandwidth.
Provided by: International Academy for Science & Technology Education and Research (IASTER) Topic: Mobility Date Added: Sep 2013 Format: PDF