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Bob Syputa

These goals are common with 802.16m/j: both efforts are being driven tto support IMT-Advanced.

The development direction fits the stream of development that has percolated through complimentary segments of research.

I think I have mentioned here what I call the 'Smart Distributed WBB Network' SDWN that is coined to describe the combination of OFDMA, the spatial domain MIMO, AAS technologies and adaptive networks topologies.

Wireless networks are becoming intelligent in the use of spectrum and in relation to each elements. "The network is the computer" statement that describes how the relationship is changing between the network and computers is very much the case for how wireless networks will evolve. If anything, the need to make best use of spectrum combined with difficulties of the wireless environment and great advantage that wireless provides to in making broadband personal and flexible, compels wireless network evolution to explosively develop in to SDWNs.

Robert Syputa

This recently published draft document provides a top-level description of 802.16m:

"The Draft IEEE 802.16m System Description Document"
http://www.ieee802.org/16/tgm/docs/80216m-08_003r1.pdf

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