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Two-layer LMDS system architecture: DAVIC-based approach and analysis

P. Mähönen, A. Jamin, T. Saarinen, Z. Shelby, Luis Muñoz, T. Sukuvaara
2002 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
The discussion is focused on system engineering and selections required in order to build a full two-layer LMDS system.  ...  In this article, we review and analyze the standards currently available and describe the European two-layer trial system developed in 1996-2000.  ...  We thank especially Bob Flint and David Penny from Central Research Laboratories for insightful discussions and collaboration during the project.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcm.42 fatcat:llfczal4y5dm3j2ii5fd2koz5m

Coding and modulation for LMDS and analysis of the LMDS channel

J.E. Hakegard
2000 Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology  
Modems should therefore be developed specifically for LMDS systems.  ...  The modem design must minimize the overall architecture cost, and low-cost modems requiring an expensive architecture should not be used.  ...  System Architecture The four major elements of the LMDS network architecture are the base station equipment, RF equipment, customer premise equipment (CPE) and network management system.  ... 
doi:10.6028/jres.105.058 pmid:27551634 pmcid:PMC4872692 fatcat:jg4mlw72z5byjha7nlq2fwkfwi

The Technical Specification [chapter]

2007 Implementing Electronic Document and Record Management Systems  
DAVIC strongly encourages anyone implementing any part of this specification to determine first whether the part(s) sought to be implemented are covered by the intellectual property of others, and, if  ...  Use of the technologies described in this specification may infringe patents, copyrights or other intellectual property rights of DAVIC Members or non-members.  ...  Annexes : STU MIB (Management Information Base) provisions, and mapping of MHEG Content Classes to Part 3 Service Provider Architecture and Server MIB monomedia content formats) Part System Lower-Layer  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780849380600.ch15 fatcat:xyfikxudvnckhp47hbbfemdskq

Performance evaluation of a broadband wireless access system subjected to heavy load

Alejandro Quintero, Yacine Elalamy, Samuel Pierre
2004 Computer Communications  
Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) systems use new network architectures to deliver broadband services in a fixed point-to-point or pointto-multipoint configuration to residential and business customers.  ...  Simulation results show that this model can be used in an accurate way to characterize base station configuration when it is subjected to heavy data and voice loads. q  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the communications firm HARRIS for its material and financial support.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2004.02.007 fatcat:xexyu4gprreblpm7embuwqnq2i

Wireless communications deployment in industry: a review of issues, options and technologies

Esteban Egea-Lopez, Alejandro Martinez-Sala, Javier Vales-Alonso, Joan Garcia-Haro, Josemaria Malgosa-Sanahuja
2005 Computers in industry (Print)  
The challenges that modern industrial processes have to face are multimedia information gathering and system integration, through large investments and adopting new technologies.  ...  This paper presents a thorough survey of all this requirements, reviews the existing wireless solutions, and explores possible matching between industry and the current existing wireless standards.  ...  Additionally, several LMDS proprietary solutions are being deployed, such as Alcatel DAVIC physical layer specification [62] and Motorola and Nortel Networks DOCSIS [63].  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2004.10.001 fatcat:7ljxo2htmzf7hoy3msalfjpxqq