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HIPERMANHigh Performance Radio Metropolitan Area Network (Europe)
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Aperto is a founding member and multiple chair of IEEE's 802.16 standard, chair of the Physical Layer in ETSI HiperMAN, a leader and major contributor to the 802.16-2004 standard, and a key advocate of the IEEE 802.16e standard.
Aditya Agarwal of Fujitsu Microelectronics America (Santa Clara, CA) will explore a reference design focused on wireless broadband metropolitan area networks, notably a design in support of interoperable systems such as IEEE 802.16a and ETSI-BRAN HIPERMAN. The presentation will show how the effective use of reference designs and conformance testing can enable more rapid adoption of standards-compliant devices for these wireless networks.
The WiMAX Forum has chosen VeriSign to provide PKI-related services to all WiMAX Forum Certified solutions that are based on IEEE 802.16-2004 and ETSI HiperMAN 1.2.1.
The company's Custom Device Certificate Service enables X.509-standard digital certificates to be embedded into all hardware devices based on the IEEE 802.16-2004 and ETSI HiperMAN 1.2.1 standards and certified by the WiMAX Forum.
LIBRA is the only product series in commercial use today that uses the same W-OFDM technology, commonly known as 256-FFT OFDM, that has been approved as the mainstream physical layer in the IEEE WirelessMAN Standard and in the current draft of ETSI HiperMAN. This Wireless Metropolitan Area Network (WirelessMAN) W-OFDM delivers robust outdoor NLOS performance that Wi-LAN has proven in various commercial networks in over 30 countries worldwide.
The OFDM Forum, an association organized to promote a single standard for high-speed wireless communications, has reported that at the recent meeting of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN) group, the decision was finalized to base the new ETSI HIPERMAN standard on OFDM technology.
The HIPERMAN standard is intended to provide an interoperable air interface for Fixed Wireless Access systems in the 2 - 11 GHz bands in Europe and other parts of the world that follow ETSI standards.
This confirms that the equipment is compliant and interoperable with the WiMAX certification guidelines which are based on the ETSI HiperMAN and IEEE 802.16-2004 standards.
The WayMAX@vantage solution is certified for the WiMAX FDD 3.5GHz system and is ready for the ETSI HiperMAN standard and IEE 802.16e-2005 OFDM profile and is one of the first products to pass the WiMAX Forum's interoperability tests.