Changes between Version 129 and Version 130 of WiMAXInteg


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Timestamp:
02/17/10 08:46:21 (10 years ago)
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hmussman@bbn.com
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  • WiMAXInteg

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    101101|| 4.1  || "GENI WiMAX" ID:  Each WiMAX deployment requires an ID, a parameter used within the base station and each client.  Currently, Routgers WINLAB is using the Sprint/Clearwire ID, but this can only be temporary.  We need to apply for and receive a "GENI WiMAX" ID.  ||  Michel, Seskar   ||  12/09  || -  || -  || Where do we apply?  Are there any barriers?||
    102102|| 4.2  ||   Range and capacity:  Need to be able to estimate the expected range and capacity of a completed installation, and how this varies with antenna height, to guide each campus in their planning.  Also, how this varies depending on the number of clients and their data rates. ||  Michel, Seskar  ||  12/09  || -  || -  || Seskar:  Have some data from Rutgers WINLAB site, and expect more when Rutgers Bush Campus site is in service.  ||
    103 || 4.3  ||   GPS receiver:  NEC documentation shows a GPS receiver mounted along with the antenna, and connected to the NW INTFC on the IDU.  What is this used for? Should we include it with the kit?  How much would it cost?  If we do not include it, what will be be missing?  ||  Rangarajan, Seskar  ||  -  || -  || -  || -  ||
     103|| 4.3  ||   GPS receiver:  NEC documentation shows a GPS receiver mounted along with the antenna, and connected to the NW INTFC on the IDU.  It provides precise timing signals to the base station.  What would the benefit be to include it in the kit?  How much would it cost?  Should we include it with the kit?  If we do not include it, should we at least run the cable so that it can be added later?  ||  Rangarajan, Seskar, Michel  ||  -  || -  || -  || -  ||
    104104|| 4.4  ||   -  ||  -  ||  -  || -  || -  || -  || 
    105105|| 4.5  ||   -  ||  -  ||  -  || -  || -  || -  ||