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WiMAX has a wide set of applications, both in urban and rural environments where other technologies have limitations of their own In this section, we discuss these applications In none of these application is carrier-grade Ethernet service precluded
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In many of the urban commercial environments of developed countries such as the US, several office towers are connected to broadband infrastructure like fiber-optics networks Tenants of such buildings can enjoy access to broadband services such as multi-T1/E1 or Ethernet services However, even in such urban commercial environments, less than only 10 percent of the buildings fall under this category Tenants of the remaining 90 percent of the buildings are left without access to fiber and are limited to traditional services such as T1/E1 WiMAX network can be used to extend the reach of fiber beyond where the fiber terminates, extending the plethora of services that can be made available to tenants of other buildings This can be accomplished in at least three different ways In all these method, a BS would be installed on the rooftop of the building or tower with access to the fiber infrastructure In the first case, the single carrier SC-PHY technology could be used to extend services from the BS to the building in Line-of-Sight (LOS) of the BS,
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from where it would be distributed to the tenants of the building, using the building s internal networking infrastructure, as illustrated in Figure 152 In the second case, the OFDM-PHY technology could be used to extend service from the BS to the building or directly to its tenants that are directly reachable from the BS, though not necessarily in line-of-sight of the BS In the third case, the WiMAX Mesh technology could be used to extend the service from the BS to the building or tenants that are reachable from the Mesh network Regardless of which method is employed, the wireless network can be used to extend the services offered on the fiber-optics network, such as Carrier Ethernet services, to the users of the wireless network Even though any of the PHY standards could be used, SC-PHY technology is usually more desirable for this type of application Extensions of fiber services demand high bandwidth from the network The SC solution can offer higher bandwidth per channel than the OFDM solution (96 Mbps vs 75 Mbps with 20 MHz band) can a large pool of suitable spectrum in the 10 66 GHz region is already available for this type of applications, both on a license-exempt basis or for low-cost licensing fees Because of their propagation properties, which do not allow efficient NLOS operation or long range operations, these spectrums are not sought after as much as the lower frequency spectrums are Most locations with access to fiber-optics networks are tall buildings, the rooftops of which are ideal locations to provide LOS services to the rooftops of surrounding commercial buildings Additionally, high-gain and highly directional antennas can be made use of very effectively in these higher frequencies, allowing for better reuse of the spectrum and delivery of higher bandwidth
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Backhaul for Cellular/WiFi Hotspot and Muni-Networks
In the US, wireless operators had until recently enjoyed the benefit of the FCC mandate requiring wired infrastructure providers to lease lines to third-party service providers With that mandate no longer in existence, the case for alternate means to backhaul cellular traffic looks more attractive Additionally, the cost-effective wired backhaul infrastructure may not be available at all cell sites This is particularly true as cellular operators persuade their customers to subscribe to their lucrative broadband services and need to increase their spectral efficiency by deploying more cell sites It should be remembered that the early development of the standard was also driven partly by the need to provide a standardized technology to backhaul cellular traffic As was stated earlier, the SC-PHY standard was developed primarily for backhaul applications, and it is still the most suitable standard to be used for backhauling cellular traffic This is primarily because the majority of cellular sites are either on top of large buildings and towers that are likely to be in line-of-sight of another building or tower with access to a wired infrastructure In addition, all the reasons presented in favor of SC-PHY for fiber-extension applications apply equally well to this application also The backhaul of cell towers could be provided by installing a BS on the rooftop of a building with access to a wired backhaul facility and installing SSs on the rooftops of cell-sites buildings or on top of cell towers The cost of deploying WiFi has come down considerably in the past few years, allowing for large ubiquitous use of the technology and a widespread deployment of WiFi hotspots However, the cost of backhauling a hotspot remains the single biggest cost for hotspot operators Unlike cellular operators that enjoy a single backhaul connection covering a larger footprint per cell tower, WiFi hotspots have smaller coverage, requiring more hotspots to cover a comparable area For Muni-WiFi networks, the problem is even more acute as the number of hotspot access points per square mile is significantly more than in the case of cellular networks Lately, the problem of backhauling WiFi traffic has been addressed to some extent by WiFi mesh technologies However, it has its own limitations, the least of which is the lack of a common standard WiMAX poses as a very strong candidate for providing connections to WiFI hotspots In particular, OFDM-PHY is much better suited to this application, primarily because, unlike relatively conspicuously located cell towers, WiFi hotspots usually do not have easy LOS to a central location For example, a caf providing a WiFi hotspot is unlikely to be in line-of-sight of a building with WiMAX BS The lower bandwidth of OFDM-PHY is not likely to be a limitation because WiFi hotspots do not usually serve real-time high bandwidth traffic In addition, because of a larger coverage area of the OFDM-PHY standard, a larger number of WiFi hotspots can be covered per BS (see Figure 153)
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