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Throughput Analysis of IEEE 802.16j Networ
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Naresh Singh, Vikas Solomon Abel, Rodney Rambally
— IEEE 802.16, Relay Station, Throughput, WiMAX, Broadband
Relay Stations are responsible for relaying and regulating the data transmission between the Base Station and Subscriber Stations. The system performance is sensitive to the number of relays deployed and their location. An important issue is to determine the relay placement and the number of relays to be deployed in the system in order to maximise the overall system capacity and throughput. The main objective of this paper is to analyse the performance of Relay Station placement in WiMAX 802.16j in transparent mode.
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