Power Control and Antenna Gain Optimization During Wimax Handover
Wireless systems have recently been becoming faster and more intelligent. However, the high speed access and intelligence make the power consumption of wireless systems high. In the WiMAX system, the MS transmission power is controlled in order to avoid exceeding the BS's total receiving power from an antenna. Conventional wireless network design has long used base site sectorization and single, omni-directional antennas at the end-user device to serve the communications link, with advanced multi-antenna implementations operators have a new suite of tools to develop the robust wireless networks of the future.