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WiMax Scenario
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WiMax Scenario

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- WiMAX as a broadband access solution for developing countries.
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    • 1. WiMAX Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access WiMAX as a broadband access solution for developing countries Chun Chen Orawan Kawsakul Peter Karanja Jamil Khatib Veronica Vargas
    • 2. Contents
      • Introduction to WiMAX
      • Objectives
      • Analysis
      • Description
      • Conclusions
    • 3. WiMAX WiMAX is a standards-based wireless technology that provides high-throughput broadband connections over long distances.
    • 4. Wimax Characteristics
      • IEEE 802.16 standard
      • 2-66 GHz frequency spectrum
      • LOS range up to 50 km NLOS 6-10 km
      • 75 Mbps max per subscriber 20-30 Mbps normal
    • 5. Scenario Objectives
      • Future of broadband access using WiMAX
      • Location: Developing countries
      • Time: in 5 years
      • Point of view: Governments / telecom policies
    • 6. Influence analysis (I)
      • 1: Regulation
      • Internet service provider licenses
      • Voice over IP licenses
      • Mobile phone licenses
      • Frequency licenses
      • WiMAX competition
      • Government support
      • Registration
      • 2: Market
      • Speed of adoption in other countries
      • Production size of devices
      • Demand on VoIP
      • Demand on MM/ entertainment
      • Demand on Internet
      • Demand on Mobility
      • Wired competition
    • 7.
      • 3: Social & Demography
      • Population growth rate
      • Population concentration
      • Education standard
      • Free information access
      • Unemployment rate
      • Digital divide reduction
      • Technical skills of local people
      • 4:Economy
      • Industrial standard
      • International Trades
      • Loans & grant
      Influence analysis (II)
    • 8.
      • Field 5: Cost
      • Infrastructure
      • Coexistence of multiple broadband access
      • Country uplink
      • End users devices
      • Field: 6: Technical
      • Future proof
      • Potential substitution technologies
      • Technology conversions
      • Large companies support & interest
      • WiMAX Success and stability
      • CPE installation
      Influence analysis (III)
    • 9. System grid (Key factors)
    • 10. Key Factors & projections (I)
      • Voice over IP licenses
      • A: Remain light regulated
      • B: Completely regulated /no limitation
      • C: Strictly regulated
      • Government support
      • A: No support
      • B: Strong support
      • C: Decrease
      • Speed of adoption in other countries
      • A: Increase
      • B: Stabilize
      • C: Decrease
      • Internet demand
      • A: Increases
      • B: Decreases/stabilized
    • 11.
      • Population concentration
      • A: Rising
      • B: Stabilized
      • Industrial standard
      • A: Decreasing
      • B: Stabilized
      • Infrastructure implementation
      • A: High cost
      • B: Low cost
      • Cost of end users devices CPE
      • A: High price
      • B: High replacement cost
      • C: Low price
      • D: Stabilized
      • Technology conversions
      • A: Devices with less technologies
      • B: Multiple technologies devices
      • Success and stability of the technology
      • A: Negative
      • B: Positive
      Key Factors & projections (II)
    • 12. No. of Scenario selection (Scree digram)
    • 13. Future space Mapping
    • 14. Scenario 1
      • Light regulated VoIP
      • Governmental for WiMAX
      • Global high speed of adoption of WiMAX
      • Increase of Internet demand
      • Stabilized population concentration
      • Stabilized industrial growth
      • Low cost infrastructure implementation
      • Low price end users devices
      • High technology conversions
      • Success and stability of WiMAX
    • 15. Scenario 2
      • Light regulated VoIP
      • No governmental for WiMAX
      • No global adoption of WiMAX
      • Stabilized demand on Internet
      • Increase of population concentration
      • Decrease in industrial growth
      • High cost infrastructure implementation
      • High replacement cost of end users devices
      • Low technology conversion
      • Instability of WiMAX
    • 16. Scenario 3
      • Strictly regulated VoIP
      • No governmental for WiMAX
      • No increase in the global adoption of WiMAX
      • Stabilized demand on Internet
      • Increase of population concentration
      • Decrease in industrial growth
      • High cost infrastructure implementation
      • High cost of end users devices
      • Low technology conversion
      • Instability of WiMAX
    • 17. Conclusions
      • Observe the adoption of WiMAX
      • Observe the WiMAX industry
      • Global internet connection & investment
      • Suitable for rural & urban areas
      • Population movement & access flexibility
      • Governmental incentives

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