Changes between Version 180 and Version 181 of WiMAXInteg


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04/30/10 17:37:53 (10 years ago)
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hmussman@bbn.com
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    132 || 4.1  || "GENI Operator ID":  Each WiMAX deployment requires an Operator ID (OpID), 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 Operator ID".  ||  Agosain  ||  2/23/10  || 4/30/10  || From IEEE: [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/WiMAXInteg/coverletter.pdf  company_id is: 4451DB16, represented as a conventional 6-digit hexadecimal integer.] [http://standards.ieee.org/regauth/oui/tutorials/  Tutorials to help implement the use of the I.D. assignment]
    133 [http://standards.ieee.org/getieee802/download/802-2001.pdf  Basis for the IEEE 802-2001 tutorial]
    134  || Per Seskar, apply at [https://standards.ieee.org/regauth/BOPID/Broadband_OperatorID_Request_Form.html IEEE 802.16 site].  Fee is $1650.||
     132|| 4.1  || "GENI Operator ID":  Each WiMAX deployment requires an Operator ID (OpID), 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 Operator ID".  ||  Agosain  ||  2/23/10  || 4/30/10  || From IEEE: [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/WiMAXInteg/coverletter.pdf  company_id is: 4451DB16, represented as a conventional 6-digit hexadecimal integer.] [http://standards.ieee.org/regauth/oui/tutorials/  Tutorials to help implement the use of the I.D. assignment]  [http://standards.ieee.org/getieee802/download/802-2001.pdf  Basis for the IEEE 802-2001 tutorial] || Per Seskar, apply at [https://standards.ieee.org/regauth/BOPID/Broadband_OperatorID_Request_Form.html IEEE 802.16 site].  Fee is $1650.||
    135133|| 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. Then, need to verify at sites,||  Michel, Seskar, Rangarajan  ||  2/23/10  || -  || -  || On 3/16:  Expect standard range information from NEC in 2+ weeks.  Ott on 3/16:  Should consider planning tools seen at 3G trade shows, to estimate ranges. Michel on 3/10:  Preparing emasurement plan.  ||
    136134|| 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.  ||  Seskar, Mussman ||  2/23/10  || 2/23/10  || Agreed to include in the kit, since total cost is likely to be less than $125, and it should be installed at the start.  || Next:  Need to engineer active antenna and cable for up to 100m;  see Kit Issues ||