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  • Scope: DEFINE THE SERVICE Introduce Mobile Broadband – High Data Speeds Same end-user experience as encountered in the fixed networks High speed and low delay (up to 14 Mbit/s in WCDMA Evolved) Flexible bandwidth
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    1. 1. presentsA U – TURN ON QoS to QoE ENHANCEMENTS FOR LOCALIZED HUMAN SOCIAL NETWORK USING WIMAX. MAIL : ec2reach@gmail.com - MOB : 0 – 890 730 5642
    2. 2. ContentWiMAX Standartisation and Frequency AllocationWiMAX Positioning and ApplicationsWiMAX @ MarketWiMAX as Product
    3. 3. Multi-Agency Seamless Mobility
    4. 4. NEED OF THE HOUR 5
    5. 5. WiMAX Vs Wi-Fi
    6. 6. Simulation Results For Randomizer
    7. 7. Device utilization summary For Randomizer
    8. 8. Synthesis report:---------------------------
    9. 9. Selected Device : 4vlx15sf363-12• Number of Slices: 23 out of 6144 0%• Number of Slice Flip Flops: 35 out of 12288 0%• Number of 4 input LUTs: 43 out of 12288 0%• Number used as logic: 42• Number used as Shift registers: 1• Number of bonded IOBs: 3 out of 240 1%• Number of GCLKs: 1 out of 32 3%
    10. 10. Map report --------------• Number of errors: 0• Number of warnings: 0
    11. 11. Logic Utilization:• Number of Slice Flip Flops: 34 out of 12,288 1%• Number of 4 input LUTs: 12 out of 12,288 1%• Logic Distribution:• Number of occupied Slices: 23 out of 6,144 1%• Number of Slices containing only related logic: 23 out of 23 100%• Number of Slices containing unrelated logic: 0 out of 23 0% Total Number 4 input LUTs: 30 out of 12,288 1%• Number used as logic: 12
    12. 12. • Number used as a route-thru: 17• Number used as Shift registers: 1• Number of bonded IOBs: 3 out of 240 1%• Number of BUFG/BUFGCTRLs: 1 out of 32 3%• Number used as BUFGs: 1• Number used as BUFGCTRLs: 0• Total equivalent gate count for design: 632• Additional JTAG gate count for IOBs: 144• Peak Memory Usage: 195 MB
    13. 13. Timing Summary: ---------------• Minimum period: 3.001ns (Maximum Frequency: 333.172MHz)• Minimum input arrival time before clock: 1.767ns• Maximum output required time after clock: 3.921ns• Maximum combinational path delay: No path found
    14. 14. RTL schematic For Randomizer
    15. 15. In depth RTL schematic For Randomizer
    16. 16. INFORMATION SOURCECONVOLUTIONAL CODER BLOCK INTERLEAVERORTHOGONALSPREADING RF MODULEPN SEQUENCE BPSKMULTIPLICATION MODULATION
    17. 17. CONVOLUTIONAL DE-CODER (VITERBI ) RAKERECEIVER DE-BLOCK INTERLEAVER BPSK DE-MODULATION
    18. 18. REAL TIME SCENARIO !
    19. 19. 7MHz 2MHz 7MHz Interference Load BalanceReferences [1] Texas Instruments, “The Effects of Adjacent channel Rejection and Adjacent channel interference on 802.11 WLAN Performance, ” SPLY005-Nov. 2003 White Paper [2] Yong Ding, “Channel Assignment with Partially Overlapping Channels in Wireless Mesh Networks, ” WICON 2008 and ICST 2008. (Michigan State University)
    20. 20. Greedy algorithm
    21. 21. FPOC Channel Assignment Strategy a 17 b 26 19 c d 39 29 e 19 16 28 f 38 g 23 27 h 29 i Node order of assignment : MAPe assigned linkeb: 39 radio11 radio radio22 radio assigned linkeh: 38 linkeb: 39 linkeh: 38 assigned link : 29 linkef: 28 linked: 29 ba assigned link : 28 ef24 02/16/13
    22. 22. FPOC Channel Assignment Strategy a LinkSet3 17 b 26 LinkSet5 39 19 c d LinkSet1 29 e 19 16 LinkSet2 LinkSet6 28 f 38 g 23 27 h LinkSet4 29 i Link Link set1 set2 Link Link set3 set6 Link Link set5 set425 02/16/13 Conflict Graph
    23. 23. FPOC Channel Assignment Strategy a LinkSet3 17 b 26 19 LinkSet5 39 c d LinkSet1 19 29 e 16 LinkSet2 LinkSet6 28 f 38 g 23 27 h LinkSet4 29 i Traffic Conflict-free Channels LinkSet1 67 null Channel 1 LinkSet2 67 null Channel 4 LinkSet4 56 LinkSet3 Channel 8 LinkSet5 42 LinkSet6 Channel 11 LinkSet6 42 LinkSet5 Channel 11 LinkSet3 36 LinkSet4 Channel 826 02/16/13
    24. 24. CUST ME MER ORATITHI DEVO BHAVA
    25. 25. This is Mobile Broadband
    26. 26. This is Mobile BroadbandEverywhere coverage
    27. 27. This is Mobile BroadbandFull mobility
    28. 28. This is Mobile BroadbandHigh data speeds
    29. 29. WiMAX – Anytime, AnywhereEnterprise SOHO ResidentialMobile Confidential Information Location Internet Security Based Gaming Video Voice Access
    30. 30. Scenario of virtual communityover geographical areas
    31. 31. The Future Home… DSL/Cable NAS for or MSO MP3 & Video Telephone Managed Voice Content Managed WirelessWireless mediagateway Wireless camera Managed Security Integrated networks, content, and entertainment systems
    32. 32. Wireless has Become Business Oxygen
    33. 33. Wireless Technologies for Different Ranges Wi-Fi WiMAX 3GUWB/ZigBee/Bluetooth PAN LAN MAN WAN
    34. 34. Success Story @ Work – Madras Pharma T.Nagar Sholinganallur• Point to Point and Point to Multi Point• Backhaul spanning to 12kms from T.Nagar (H.O) toSholinganallur (Factory)
    35. 35. Success Story @ Work – Residency Group Hotels-Enable Point – to – Point Connectivity ( 1KM )- Centralized accounting and reservation system- Hotspot Zones for wireless internet access
    36. 36. Success Story @ Work – GRT Thangamaligai• Point – to – Point Connectivity ( 600 meters )• Enabling centralized billing and accounting systems Annexe Main Building Usman Road
    37. 37. Laymen point of view
    38. 38. 4G Requirements Network Convergence is Key 3G+ 4G Converged Control and Applications Serving Management Plane Diverged Standards For Different Networks WAN802.16e GSM/EDGE MAN 802.16 HIPERACCESS LAN 802.11 HiperLAN PAN 802.15 Bluetooth HiperPAN Diverged Physical Layers Divergent terminals Converged Terminals High Speed Air Interface Alone is not enough
    39. 39. http://www.facebook.com/ajal4u
    40. 40. 10 feet500 kg 51
    41. 41. SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE ( SAR ) IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS•
    42. 42. Related Work Cell Phone Radiation isAbsorbed More Deeply Into the Brains of ChildrenEstimation of the absorption of electromagnetic radiation from a cell phone based on age (Frequency GSM 900 Mhz) (On the right, color scale showing the Specific Absorption Rate in W/kg)Gandhi, O.P.G. Lazzi, and C.M. Furse, Electromagnetic Absorption in the Human Head and Neck for Cell Telephones at 835 and 1900 MHz. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 1996. 44(10): p. 1884-1897
    43. 43. Oh ..YOUTHANK YOU
    44. 44. Conclusion• WiMAX APPROACH  QoS - QoE• However, conclusions about possible adverse effects on human health are premature as the underlying mechanisms of these non-thermal effects are unknown.
    45. 45. 1. "Radiation, Mobile Phones, Base Stations and Your Health" by Prof Ng Kwan-Hoong, University of Malaya.2. WIMAX AND HEALTH – L2, EMF Explained Series3. Industry-Leading Vendors to Unveil Ground-breaking WiMAX Products and Technologies at WiMAX World EMEA 2008, Business Wire4. Green Technology, WiMAX Funding and Deployment Among Featured Topics at WCA Silicon Valley Symposium, 6. Eltek Valere Intros Green Power Solution for WiMAX Networks5. Happiness Is a Low-SAR Cell Phone, Tom Lecklider, Senior Technical Editor, Evaluation Engineering
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