802.16e: A Mobile Broadband Wireless Standard

Wednesday, December 14th, 2005 at 6:00 PM

TI Auditorium


Speaker: Jose Puthenkulam

Bio: Jose Puthenkulam is responsible for WiMAX Standards in the Broadband Wireless Division. He joined Intel in 1998, and has worked on multimedia communication protocols, information management, wireless protocols and security related technologies. He is currently the assistant editor of the IEEE 802.16e Mobile Broadband Wireless Standard and the Chief Technical Editor of the upcoming IEEE 802.16g Air Interface Management Project. He has won several awards including the 2004 Intel Achievement Award for efforts on Broadband Wireless Standardization, 2003 GSM Association CEO Award for WLAN Authentication efforts, 1995 Motorola India Individual Performance Award for his work on H.320 Multimedia Communication Protocol based system implementation. He has an M.Tech (1994) in Electronics Design and Technology from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and B.Tech (1992) in Electronics and Communication, from College of Engineering, Trivandrum, Kerala. His areas of interest include wireless network architectures, MAC layer protocols and electronic system designs.

Title: 802.16e: A Mobile Broadband Wireless Standard

Abstract: 802.16e is mobile amendment to the 802.16-2004 Fixed Broadband Wireless standard. It defines OFDMA PHY layer techniques for high speed mobility using various subchannelization schemes, Channel quality feedback, Hybrid ARQ link adaptation and MIMO transmission schemes.