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E U Iniyan, Dr S Vimala


Mobile WiMAX serves as a broadband wireless solution facilitating the integration of mobile and fixed broadband networks through a unified wide area broadband radio access technology and adaptable network architecture. Investigating the performance of mobile WiMAX under diverse channel conditions is a compelling area of research. Existing systems typically focus on performance and evaluation under channel conditions such as AWGN and ITU in mobile WiMAX. In this study, we assess the performance of mobile WiMAX's PHY layer under SUI channel models, considering various data rates and modulation techniques. The simulation encompasses critical performance parameters, including Bit Error Rate and Signal-to-Noise Ratio.

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