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Title: Dimensioning mobile WiMAX network: A case study
Authors: Tarapiah, S. 
Atalla, S. 
Daadoo, M. 
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Asian Research Publishing Network
Journal: ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 
Abstract: WiMAX is a standard based on wireless technology that provides high throughput broadband connections over long distance. This technology can be used for numerous applications, including "last mile" broadban connections, hotspots and high-speed connectivity for business customers. This research paper has been conducted with cooperation with Palestinian's Cellular Communication Co (Jawwal). The objective of this study is to propose an approach to design a network on the latest standard of WiMAX namely (IEEE 802.16e) in addition to apply network dimensioning and planning in Nablus city. In this paper a review of WiMAX technology and focusing on 802.16e standard is discussed, A design approach was developed to help network planner in their work, this approach was summarized in a simple flow chart. As a case study, a network based on this technology was designed for Nablus city. The number of subscriber was calculated for each district area and plotted in a clutter map. The Building Penetration Losses for each type of area were modeled using several measurements conducted as a part of this work. The design outcome such as number of base stations and there geographical locations and there corresponding distribution also stated. © 2006-2017 Asian Research Publishing Network (ARPN). All rights reserved.
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