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Use of vestigial power management bit within Wi-Fi frame structure of access point for coexistence of Wi-Fi and WiMAX systems in shared bands

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6 Author(s)
Jongwoo Kim ; Dept. of Electronics and Communications Engineering, University of Kwangwoon at Seoul, Korea ; Dong-Eun Kim ; Suwon Park ; Seung Hyong Rhee
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Coexistence of more than one wireless communication systems in a shared band such as 2.4 GHz ISM band has been one of hot research topics. As an example, there are many research results related to the coexistence of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth systems in the ISM band. Recently, many schemes for coexistence of Wi-Fi and WiMAX systems in shared bands such as 2.4 GHz ISM band have been proposed. In this paper, proposed scheme for the coexistence of Wi-Fi and WiMAX systems is TDO (Time Division Operation) using of vestigial power management bit within Wi-Fi frame structure.

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2009 First International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks

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7-9 June 2009