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Offering 802.11 MAC frame transport over multiband OFDM for consumer devices

Sherratt, R.S. ORCID: and Gao, L.P. (2006) Offering 802.11 MAC frame transport over multiband OFDM for consumer devices. In: Glasman, K. and Logunov, A. (eds.) 2006 IEEE Tenth International Symposium on Consumer Electronics, Proceedings. IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics. IEEE, New York, pp. 230-233. ISBN 1424402158

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A method to map all the variants of the IEEE 802.11 MAC frames into the Multiband OFDM based ECMA-368 Physical standard is proposed, without contravening the standard. The transportation of IEEE 802.11 MAC frames over ECMA-368 allows for the migration current of Wireless LAN applications towards a Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) solution. This system benefits the Consumer Electronics Market as the high data-rate WPAN is capable of transporting broadcast-quality video while the same system can also transport existing applications available today, maintaining existing effort, products and backward-compatibility(1).

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:14456
Uncontrolled Keywords:IEEE 801.11 MAC, wimedia, MBOA, UWB

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