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Using Base Station and MIMO Channel Emulators for Mobile WiMAX Devices
Printed with kind permision of Microwave Journal. This article describes how a channel emulator can be used to characterize the performance of a MIMO receiver.

Artículo 2010-01-11

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Dual Channel MIMO Measurements for WiMAX™ Wave 2
In WiMAX Wave 2 systems, a variety of dual-channel measurements can provide essential insight into their operation and performance. Article written by Ben Zarlingo and linked with permission from Wireless Design and Development.

Artículo 2009-06-26

New Solutions Put Wireless To The Test
Recent advances have made it possible for test vendors to provide off-the-shelf chipset-specific solutions for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and WiMAX RF test. Linked with permission from Mobile Dev & design.

Artículo 2009-06-11

A Day in the Life of a Mobile WiMAX™ Handset
April 2009 featured article in Microwave Products Digest

Artículo 2009-04-01

What Every RF Engineer Should Know: OFDM & WiMax
Feature story by Janine Love.

Casos de Estudio 2008-12-27

Unraveling Modulation Quality in Mobile WiMAX™ Uplink and Downlink with Multiple Zones and Bursts
An article written for Microwave Journal addressing the difficulty in ensuring that the modulation quality of the WiMAX radio is sufficient for optimum RF performance and that it will perform according to industry standards.

Artículo 2007-11-01

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WiMAX™: Plotting A New Path To Global Broadband Mobility
Archived article at Canadian Electronics identifying innovations in test and measurement to support the innovations in the industry.

Artículo 2007-09-01

WiMAX™: The Next Generation of Broadband Wireless Access
Article reprint from Electronics in Canada. This article provides anoverview of the 802.16 standard, theWiMAX forum, and key applications.

Artículo 2004-09-01

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