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Echo Peak technology is Intel's integrated Wi-Fi/WiMAX solution.

WiMAX and Wi-Fi together

Deployment Models and User Scenarios (co-authored by Motorola and Intel)

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INTEL Deliver WiMAX Faster

Modems for home and office gateways

With its superior range and bandwidth (compared with Wi-Fi), WiMAX enables low-cost, high-bandwidth wireless connections to be supported in almost any location. It is especially ideal for broadband deployment in regions that lack an existing wired infrastructure.

The Intel® WiMAX Connection 2250 is a low-cost, integrated System-on-Chip (SoC) WiMAX solution that can be used with both fixed and mobile WiMAX networks, either indoors or out. It allows service providers and equipment manufacturers to deliver affordable, high-quality WiMAX solutions to their customers today, while providing an easy path to the embedded WiMAX support delivered in the Intel Echo Peak and Baxter Peak silicon solutions described above.

Intel® WiMAX Connection 2250

The Path to the Mobile Internet: Establishing Leadership with Wireless Broadband.

Industry coordination and standards-based designs

Intel works extensively to coordinate solutions with leading mobile operators, laptop OEMs and other device manufacturers. Intel also takes a leadership role in developing and supporting standards with organizations such as the WiMAX Forum, the IEEE, the 3GPP and the ITU. These efforts help to ensure that solutions based on Intel WiMAX Technology can be integrated easily into complex designs and global networks, and will provide a standards-based foundation for ongoing innovation.

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WiMAX: Pervasive Connectivity (9:27)

Explore how Intel is working to enable new freedoms in mobile information, interaction, user-generated content, and social networking with WiMAX broadband wireless technology.

The Future of Mobility & WiMAX (10:01)

Intel Senior Fellow, Kevin Kahn, provides insight into WiMAX and the exciting future of mobile and wireless computing.

Designing Mobile Internet Devices (7:52)

Intel Fellow and Chief Platform Architect for Intel's Ultra Mobile Group, Ticky Thakkar, takes you inside Intel's mobile computing platform research and development.




Wimax Acronyms


3DES - Triple Data Encryption Standard
AAS - Adaptive Antenna System
ABR - Available Bit Rate
ACK - Acknowledgment
AISN - ARQ Identifier sequence number
AK - Authorization Key
AMC - Adaptive Modulation and Coding
AOA - Angle of Arrival
AOD - Angle of Departure
AP - Access Point
ARQ - Automatic Repeat Request
ASIC - Application Specific Integrated Circuit
ATDD - Adaptive Time Division Duplex
ATM - Asynchronous Transfer Mode
ATS - Abstract Test Suite
BE - Best Effort Service
BER - Bit Error Rate
BPSK - Binary Phase - Shift Keying
BRAN - Broadband Radio Access Networks
BRS - Broadband Radio Service
BS - Base Station
BSN - Block Sequence Number
BTC - Block Turbo Code
BWA - Broadband Wireless Access
BW - Bandwidth
C/I - Carrier To Interference Signal Ratio
CAC - Call Admission Control
CBC - Cipher Block Chaining
CBLER - Coded Block Error Rate
CBR - Constant Bit Rate
CC - Convolutional Coding
CDMA - Code Division Multiple Access
CID - Connection Identifier
CINR - Carrier to interference - plus - noise ratio
CLR - Cell Loss Rate
COS - Class Of Service
CPE - Customer Premises Equipment
CRC - Cyclic Redundancy Check
CSCH - Centralized Scheduling
CS - Convergence Sublayer
CSMA/CA - Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Avoidance
CTS - Clear To Send
DAMA - Demand Assigned Multiple Access
DBPC - Downlink Burst Profile Change
DCD - Downlink Channel Descriptor
DCF - Distributed Coordination Function
DES - Data Encryption Standard
DFS - Dynamic Frequency Selection
DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DIUC - Downlink Interval Usage Code
DL - Downlink
DLFP - Downlink Frame Prefix
DOCSIS+ - Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification +
DSA - Dynamic Service Addition
DSC - Dynamic Service Change
DSCH - Distributed Scheduling
DSCP - Differentiated Service Code Point
DSD - Dynamic Service Delete
DSL - Digital Subscriber Line
DVB - Digital Video Broadcast
EAP - Extensible Authentication Protocol
EGC - Equal Gain Combiner
EIRP - Effective Isotropic Radiated Power
EKS - Encryption Key Sequency
FC - Fragment Control Field
FDD - Frequency Division Duplex
FDMA - Frequency Division Multiple Access
FDM - Frequency Division Multiplexing
FEC - Forward Error Correction
FFT - Fast Fourier Transform
FHSS - Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
FTP - File Transfer Protocol
GP - Guard Period
GPS - Global Positioning System
GSM - Global System For Mobile Communications
HARQ - Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request
H-FDD - Half Frequency Division Duplex
HSDPA - High Speed Downlink Packet Access
HTTP - Hypertext Transfer Protocol
IE - Information Elements
IFFT - Inverse Fast Fourier Transform
IP - Internet Protocol
ISI - Inter Symbol Interference
KEK - Key Encryption Key
LAN - Local Area Network

LinkID - Link Identifier
LLC - Logical Link Control
LMDS - Local Multichannel Distribution Service
LMSC - LAN/MAN Standards Committee
LOS - Line Of Sight
LSB - Least Significant Bit
MAC - Medium Access Control
MAN - Metropolitan Area Network
MIB - Management Information Base
MIMO - Multiple In Multiple Out
MMDS - Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service
MPDU - MAC Protocol Data Unit
MPLS - MultiProtocol Label Switching
MRC - Maximal Ratio Combining
MSB - Most Significant Bit
MSDU - MAC Service Data Unit
MS - Mobile Station
NACK - Negative Acknowledgement
NLOS - Not Line of Sight
NodeID - Node Identifier

NRTPS - Non - Real Time Polling Service


OFDMA - Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access
OFDM - Optical Frequency Division Multiplexing
OFDM - Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
OSI - Open Systems Interconnection
PAN - Personal Area Network
PAPR - Peak to Average Power Ratio
PCF - Point Coordination Function
PCS - Packet Convergence Sublayer
PDU - Protocol Data Unit
PER - Packet Error Rate
PHSI - Payload Header Suppression Index
PHSM - Payload Header Suppression Mask
PHS - Payload Header Suppression
PHY - Physical Layer
PICS - Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement
PKM - Privacy Key Management Protocol
PM - Poll Me Bit
PMP - Point to Multipoint
PN - Packet Number
PRBS - Pseudo - Random Binary Sequence
PSH - Packing Subheaders
PS - Physical Slot
PTP - Point to Point
QAM - Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
QoS - Quality Of Service
QPSK - Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
RCID - Reduced Connection Identifier
RCT - Radio Conformance Tests
RF - Radio Frequency
RLC - Radio Link Control Protocol
RSSI - Received Signal Strength Indicator
RSV - Reserved
RTG - Receive - Transmit Transition Gap
RTPS - Real Time Polling Service
RTS - Request To Send
SAID - Security Association Identifier
SAP - Service Access Point
SA - Security Association
SC - Single Carrier
SDMA - Spatial Division Multiple Access
SDO - Standards Development Organizations
SDU - Service Data Unit
SFID - Service Flow Identifier
SHA - 1 - Secure Hash Algorithm Number 1
SI - Slip Indicator
SLA - Service Level Agreement
SNMP - Simple Network Management Protocol
SNR - Signal To Noise Ratio
SPID - Subpacket Identifier
SR - Selective Repeat
SSRTG - Subscriber Station Receive - Transmit Transition Gap
SS - Subscriber Station
SSTG - Subscriber Station Transition Gaps
SSTTG - Subscriber Station Transmit - Receive Transition Gap
TCM - Trellis Coded Modulation
TCP - Transmission Control Protocol
TDD - Time Division Duplex
TDMA - Time Division Multiple Access
TDM - Time Division Multiplexing
TEK - Traffic Encryption Key
TFTP - Trivial File Transfer Protocol
TLV - Type Length Value
TOS - Type Of Service
TSS&TP - Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes
TTG - Transmit - Receive Transition Gap
UBR - Unspecified Bit Rate
UCD - Uplink Channel Descriptor
UDP - User Datagram Protocol
UIUC - Uplink Interval Usage Code
UL - Uplink
VCI - Virtual Channel Identifier
VC - Virtual Channel
VLAN - Virtual Local Area Network
VoIP - Voice Over Internet Protocol
VPI - Virtual Path Identifier
VP - Virtual Path
WiMax - Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access
WLAN - Wireless Local Area Network
WPAN - Wireless Personal Area Network


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