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== References and Links ==
 
== References and Links ==
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* [http://www.tvover.net/ TV Over Net Web site]
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* [http://cellular-news.com/story/31008.php Cellualr News], Up to 12% of DSL Broadband users to switch to WiMAX within five years.
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* [http://www.wimax-vision.com/newt/l/wimaxvision/ WiMAX Vision and News].
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*[http://www.telecoms.com/itmgcontent/tcoms/news/articles/20017530575.html Sprint spins off WIMAX unit into new Clearwire],  7 May 2008.  Sprint, Clearwire, Intel, Google and others form a partnership to promote WiMAX.
  
 
* J. Wang, M. Venkatachalam, and Y. Fang, [http://www.fang.ece.ufl.edu/mypaper/jsac07wang.pdf System Architecture and Cross-Layer Optimization of Video Broadcast over WiMAX], IEEE JSAC 25(4), pp. 712--721, MAY 2007.  (Check this special issue of JSAC as well.)
 
* J. Wang, M. Venkatachalam, and Y. Fang, [http://www.fang.ece.ufl.edu/mypaper/jsac07wang.pdf System Architecture and Cross-Layer Optimization of Video Broadcast over WiMAX], IEEE JSAC 25(4), pp. 712--721, MAY 2007.  (Check this special issue of JSAC as well.)
 
* XOHMTM mobile 4G service WiMAX deployment by Sprint [http://www.xohm.com/] (First pay-per-use WiMAX service offered in Baltimore, 2 to 4 megabits per second)
 
* XOHMTM mobile 4G service WiMAX deployment by Sprint [http://www.xohm.com/] (First pay-per-use WiMAX service offered in Baltimore, 2 to 4 megabits per second)

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Multimedia Streaming in WiMAX Networks

This project is in early stages. It studies multimedia services in the emerging WiMAX networks.

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