Design and Simulation of Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access Computer Network for 3×3 Km Universal Sample of Building Campus
The aim of this study to design a wireless computer network of a particular network as a large-scale company or university to improve mobility and to let the teachers and students of the university, for example, stay interacted and connected at any time in any campus location or site. Therefore, This study needed to cover the overall area of this campus with efficient wireless coverage that exceeds the university boundaries to maintain wireless signal strength. To do that, the researchers thought that it is very significant to design a Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMax) computer network with the most powerful and advanced hardware component capabilities to full fit teachers’ and students’ requirements of fast net browsing and files’ download. After designing the university campus of computer network, simulation has done by OPNET 14 Modular to determine the WiMax network design parameters. The purpose of the current research is to find if the design of the campus network is efficient or not and also to determine the performance of the
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