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The business of wimax - Pareek D.

Pareek D. The business of wimax - Wiley publishing , 2006. - 330 p.
ISBN-10 0-470-02691
Download (direct link): thebusinessof2006.pdf
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PART Two WiMAX Effect 87
4 WiMAX Solutions 89
4.1 LOS 91
4.2 Benefits of NLOS 91
4.3 Self-install CPE 92
4.4 Nomad, Portable and Mobile Deployment 93
4.5 Nomadicity and Portability 94
4.6 Mobility 95
4.7 Spectrum 96
4.8 Licensed Spectrum 96
4.9 Licence-exempt 97
5 WiMAX Applications 101
5.1 Metropolitan-area Networks 102
5.2 Last-mile High-speed Internet Access or Wireless DSL 105
5.3 Backhaul 110
5.4 The Rural Broadband Problem 112
5.5 3 Vs: VoIP, VPLS and Video 114
6 WiMAX Impact 121
6.1 Broadband for the Masses 121
6.2 Affordable Broadband 122
6.3 Moore Meets Marconi: Wireless Applications 123
6.4 Expanding Competition: WiMAX 127
6.5 Get Ready For Disruption 136
6.6 Catalyst to Economic Growth 139
6.7 The Road Ahead 144
PART Three WiMAX Business 159
7 WiMAX Markets 161
7.1 Market Dynamics 161
7.2 Market Types 162
7.3 Market Segment 168
7.4 Market Structure 170
8 Economics of WiMAX
8.1 Why Wireless?
8.2 When is Wireless Right?
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CONTENTS vii
8.3 The Economic Analysis 175
8.4 The Business Case for WiMAX 178
8.5 Business Considerations 192
8.6 WiMAX Business Models 201
9 WiMAX Opportunity 211
9.1 Broadband Wireless Trends: Building Momentum 214
PART Four WiMAX Strategy 225
10 Strategy for Success: Service Providers 227
10.1 Understanding Diversity: Service Providers 227
10.2 Strategy Development 230
10.3 Wireline Carriers 234
10.4 New Entrants 236
10.5 Alternative Carriers 237
10.6 Cellular and Mobile Service Providers 239
10.7 New Revenue Opportunities 244
10.8 Value Added Services - The Business Imperative 246
10.9 Recommendation 249
11 Strategy for Success: Equipment Vendors 251
11.1 WiMAX Value Chain 253
11.2 Original Equipment Manufacturers 256
11.3 Chip Manufacturers 258
11.4 Dynamics of the Value Chain 259
11.5 Recommendations 260
12 Strategy for Success: Government and Regulators 261
12.1 Making More Spectrum Available 262
12.2 Ideal Framework for Spectrum Allocation 263
12.3 Reducing Legacy Regulation 267
12.4 Governments Can Make a Positive Impact 269
12.5 Recommendations 271
13 Strategy for Success: Users and Investors 273
13.1 Wireless - Investment Picks Up 273
13.2 BWA: Industry Matures 275
13.3 WiMAX: Bubble or Lifetime Opportunity 275
13.4 Recommendations 277
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Appendices 279
A1 WiMAX Certification Process 281
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