IEEE 802.16K:2007 pdf free download

IEEE 802.16K:2007 pdf free download

IEEE 802.16K:2007 pdf free download.IEEE Standard for Local and metropolitan area networks Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges Amendment 5: Bridging of IEEE 802.16.
6.5.5 Support by IEEE Std 802.16 (WMAN)
The Virclcss Metropolitan Area Network (WMAN) MAC access method is specified in IEEE Std 802.16.
Clause 5 of that standard specifics the Service Specific Convergence Sublayers (CS) that implement the 802.16 MAC service. Subclause 5.2.4 (802.3 Packet CS) describes the mode of the Packet CS that supports
the Internal Sublayer Service.
Subclauscs 5.1 (ATM CS). 5.2.5 (IEEE Std 802.IQTM2OO3 virtual local area network VLAN) specific part) and 5.2.6 (Packet CS IP specific part) shall not support the Internal Sublayer Service.
Multiple encapsulation methods arc provided in the MAC CS in Clause 5. However the bridging function depends on the correct modeling of the Ethernet transport by the Ethernet CS only, and is indifferent to any additional encapsulation.
Clause 6 specifics the MAC Common Part Sublaycr (MAC CPS) transmission and reception procedures and Annex C describes the MAC CPS service definition.
IEEE Std 802.l6 includes no explicit definition of the MAC’ service definition for the 802.3 Packet CS. The 802.3 Packet CS MAC service is defined in IEEE Std 802.3 Clause 2.
The 802.16 MAC’ UPS presents a connection-oriented MAC service, The 802.3 packet CS utilizes this service to present the 802.3 sen icc. A pair of communicating peer CS entities between an 802.16 BS and an 802.16 SS create a point-to-point LAN as defined in 6.4.3.
Since the 802.3 specific part of the packet CS does not forward the frame_check_sequence parameter of the MUNITDATA.indication. then
1) Any service flow using this MAC CS shall enable the 802.16 MAC CRC.