Wimax, HSPA+, and LTE: A comparative analysis

Wimax, HSPA+, and LTE: A comparative analysis

WiMAX Forum  |   April 20, 2010
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The Wimax technology is field proven with more than 500 deployments worldwide providing services for fixed, nomadic, portable, and mobile broadband applications.

The Wimax Forum is moving aggressively to define a system specification for Wimax 2 based on the 802.16m amendment to the IEEE 802.16 air interface standard. This backwards compatible migration path will give operators the capability of meeting IMT-Advanced performance requirements for next generation broadband mobile networks in the 2011/2012 timeframe.

Both the 3GPP and Wimax migration paths are targeting to meet the same end result; the performance goals established by IMT-Advanced. OFDMA with an all-IP core network architecture have been accepted as the basic foundation for achieving these goals.

Time-to-market is the key differentiator with Wimax holding a significant advantage.

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