Does anybody know how to calculate the serialization delay in
802.16-2004 WiMAX networks? It is clear for me to calculate this e.g.
for DSL or TDM circuits - where the speed for emtying the interface
output queue is equal to the clock of the connection.
In wireless multicarrier enviroment (like WiMAX 256FFT OFDM) if there is
a special service pipe attached to a CPE (like best-effort
768/256kbit/s) - which value is relevant - the clocking of the radio
network or the policing/rate-limiting of the service pipe? So - is PHY
or MAC influcening the serialization delay.
It need to know this values in order to correctly design a WiMAX VoIP
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