Dissertation Opnet modeler 16.0

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Master Dissertation + Software implemntation in Opnet Modeler 16.0

It's going to be a general Wimax netwroks information, including mostly these points:-

1-IEEE [url removed, login to view]

2-Wimax Vs WiFi/ 3G/ WLAN, etc ..

3-Wimax (Definition, performance, limitations, features, standards, how it works, etc.. )

4-Wimax Propagation models

5-Factors affect the Wimax networks performance.

6-Wimax infrastructure

7-Wimax advantages and disadvantages

8-How many countries using Wimax??

Moreover, talk about Wimax applications that can be used in real life by the mobile users and the fixed users. My dissertation is going to be a comparison between the urban and the rural areas in using the Wimax networks and to see the performance on both area's and see the nature affect on these networks + the obstacles that might effect the signal + implementing propagation models in opnet such as Hata propagation model for the urban and free space propagation model for the rural. All of that has to be simulated in the Opnet Modeler 16.0 Software. There are some points that might affect the performance of the network such as :-

* Number of users connect to the Base station

* Distance of the users from the Base station

* The Mobility of the Mobile users

* Distribution

* Applications used

Finally, I wish to get a High writing level, good information, not copied from the internet, cover all of what i have mensioned + extra informations from you guys that i have missed and no mensioned by me + put some diagrams that will illustrate what are you talking about + a clear Simulations and analysis.

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