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Author Maier, Martin, 1969-

Title FiWi Access Networks
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (277 pages)
Series Ghazisaidi, Navid.
Contents Cover; FiWi Access Networks; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Figures; Tables; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Introduction; 1: Broadband access; 1.1 Definition; 1.2 Economic impact; 1.3 Coverage; Fixed wireline broadband technologies; 3G mobile wireless technologies; 1.4 Forecast; 2: Legacy broadband technologies; 2.1 Fixed wireline broadband technologies; 2.1.1 Digital subscriber line; 2.1.2 Cable modem; 2.1.3 Broadband over power line; 2.2 Fixed wireless broadband technologies; 2.2.1 MMDS; 2.2.2 Free space optics; 2.2.3 Satellite; 2.3 Mobile wireless broadband technologies
10: RoF vs. R & F networks10.1 Enabling technologies; 10.1.1 RoF technologies; Optical RF generation; Remote modulation; 10.1.2 R & F technologies; Optical technologies; Wireless technologies; 10.2 State-of-the-art testbeds; 10.2.1 RoF testbed; 10.2.2 R & F testbed; 10.3 Challenges and open issues; 10.4 Summary; 11: Architectures; 11.1 Cellular architectures; 11.1.1 Moving cell; 11.1.2 Moving extended cell; 11.1.3 Outdoor vs. indoor; 11.2 WiMAX-based architectures; 11.2.1 Integrated EPON-WiMAX; 11.2.2 SuperMAN; 11.3 WiFi-based architectures; 11.3.1 Unidirectional ring; 11.3.2 Bidirectional ring
2.3.1 GPRS2.3.2 EDGE; 2.3.3 UMTS; Part II: Fiber access networks; 3: GPON; 3.1 Architecture; 3.1.1 Video overlay; 3.1.2 Protection; 3.2 Wavelength allocation; 3.3 GPON encapsulation method; 3.3.1 Frame formats; 3.3.2 GEM; 3.4 Bandwidth allocation; 4: EPON; 4.1 Architecture; 4.2 Multipoint control protocol; 4.3 Dynamic bandwidth allocation (DBA); 4.3.1 Statistical multiplexing methods; Interleaved polling with adaptive cycle time (IPACT); Control theoretic extension of IPACT; 4.3.2 Absolute QoS assurances; Bandwidth guaranteed polling; Deterministic effective bandwidth
4.3.3 Relative QoS assurancesDBA for multimedia; DBA for QoS; 4.3.4 Decentralized DBA algorithms; 4.4 10G-EPON; 5: Next-generation PON; 5.1 NG-PON1; 5.1.1 XG-PON; 5.1.2 Long-reach XG-PON; 5.1.3 WDM XG-PON; 5.2 NG-PON2; 5.2.1 Wavelength-routing PON; 5.2.2 OCDMA PON; 5.2.3 OFDMA PON; Part III: Wireless access networks; 6: WiFi; 6.1 Legacy WLAN; 6.2 QoS in WLAN; 6.2.1 EDCA; 6.2.2 HCCA; 6.3 HT WLAN; 6.3.1 Frame aggregation; 6.3.2 Reverse direction protocol; 6.3.3 Bandwidth efficiency techniques; 6.4 VHT WLAN; 6.4.1 VHTL6; 6.4.2 VHT60; 6.4.3 VHT applications; 7: WiMAX; 7.1 Fixed WiMAX
7.1.1 PHY layer7.1.2 MAC layer; 7.2 Mobile WiMAX; 7.2.1 QoS in mobile WiMAX; 7.2.2 Mobile WiMAX handover; 7.3 Next-generation WiMAX; 7.3.1 Multihop relay WiMAX; 7.3.2 Gigabit WiMAX; 8: LTE; 8.1 PHY layer; 8.2 MAC layer; 8.2.1 Resource allocation; 8.2.2 Retransmission; 8.3 Power saving; 8.4 Handover; 8.5 LTE-Advanced; 9: Wireless mesh networks; 9.1 Characteristics; 9.2 WiFi-based WMN; 9.2.1 Routing protocols; Re-active routing protocol; Pro-active routing protocol; 9.2.2 MAC protocols; 9.3 WiMAX-based WMN; 9.3.1 Architecture; 9.3.2 Scheduling; Part IV: FiWi access networks
Summary The first book on bimodal FiWi access networks, filling the gap between existing optical and wireless access network textbooks
Notes 11.3.3 Hybrid star-ring
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject FiWi access networks.
Optical fiber communication.
Wireless communication systems.
Form Electronic book
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