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Pre-coordination mechanism for self configuration of neighborhood cells in mobile Wi-Max

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2 Author(s)
Qadeer, A. ; PAF KIET City Campus, Karachi, Pakistan ; Khan, K.

WiMax broadband services successfully providing triple play (Voice, Video and Data) support with combating the challenges of better quality and interoperability. Support for smooth mobility in real time with no wired infrastructure and being surrounded by GSM waves demanding a comprehensive and powerful network. Covering large areas through number of base stations which not only require time to configure but also need resources for implementation with a recurring cost of functionality. Automation is everywhere and to provide novel wireless services it is necessary to come up with some distinct features like intelligent base stations which have the capability of doing automatically integration, installation, configuration, tuning and maintenance. A pre-coordination mechanism for self configuration of neighborhood cells in mobile WiMax is proposed which uses a software system utility that automatically configures the Wimax neighborhood cells.

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Information and Communication Technologies (ICICT), 2011 International Conference on

Date of Conference:

23-24 July 2011