Self Consolidating Source Management Structure in of DMA Femtocells

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2016 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 3 Issue 4
Year of Publication : 2016
Authors : A.M.Rangaraj, K.Harathi

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A.M.Rangaraj, K.Harathi, "Self Consolidating Source Management Structure in of DMA Femtocells" SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 3.4 (2016): 39-45.

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A.M.Rangaraj, K.Harathi,(2016). Self Consolidating Source Management Structure in of DMA Femtocells. SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 3.4, 39-45.

Abstract:

The Worldwide interoperability for microwave access (WiMAX) in light of IEEE 802.16 and Long Term Evolution (LTE),are the most rising broadband remote advances also, is reasonable distinct option for conventional wired broadband methods because of its high asset use, simple execution and minimal effort. In the late years, WiMAX (3G) innovation is broadly utilized for remote correspondence frameworks as a part of numerous nations since it has rich arrangement of elements with promising broadband remote access systems. In any case, WiMAX innovation has a few disadvantages, for example, low piece rate for long separation, low speed of availability, low scope region, security issue et cetera. Among these constraints, system scope for WiMAX innovation in mostly considered in this study. Keeping in mind the end goal to overcome system scope confinement of WiMAX and issue of availability, we seek another technology.Mobile WiMAX is a remote systems administration framework which gives remote broadband to settled and portable terminals. WIMAX(worldwide interoperability for microwave.

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Key Words:

 

Mobile WiMAX is a remote systems administration framework which gives remote broadband to settled and portable terminals. WIMAX(worldwide interoperability for microwave.