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Both of these technologies have certain advantages and limitations. Since different operators in adjacent bands might choose to use differing technologies, the coexistence of technologies is a fundamental concern, when transmitters and receivers are operating simultaneously in adjacent spectrum and in close proximity, the transmitters may cause significant interference to the receiving systems.

This coexistence may cause unacceptable levels of inter-system interference, when the base stations and terminals have very different characteristics. Smart Antenna Systems This step will involve the comprehensive study of Smart Antenna Systems enabling us to employ such a system for mitigation of interference in technology co-existing scenarios. The analysis of these techniques will be done in MATLAB which will show the extent of its usefulness in reducing inter-system interference.

Figure 2: Phy Layer of Wimax. Promotoing more efficiet spectrum utilization, first by placing financial value on spectral resources and secondly, by allowing operators to deploy more spectrally efficient technologies in order to reduce their spectral needs. Spectrum trading and liberization. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Get Started.

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Wireless Communication Technology Types and Advantages

The term wireless refers to the communication or transmission of information over a distance without requiring wires, cables or any other electrical conductors. Wireless communication is one of the important mediums of transmission of data or information to other devices. The Communication is set and the information is transmitted through the air, without requiring any cables, by using electromagnetic waves like radio frequencies, infrared, satellite, etc. At the end of the 19th century, the first wireless communication systems were introduced and the technology has significantly been developed over the intervening and subsequent years.

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