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Mutual authentication between base and subscriber station can improve the security of IEEE 802.16 Wimax network.
Mohammad Zavid Parvez, Mohammad Hossain, Mohammad Hamidul Islam
Pages - 292 - 301     |    Revised - 01-09-2011     |    Published - 05-10-2011
Volume - 5   Issue - 4    |    Publication Date - September / October 2011  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
WiMax, Authentication, Base station, Broadband connection, Security
ABSTRACT
High throughput broadband connection over long distance is greatly demanded in the present web application. IEEE 802.16/WiMax technology is one of the latest additions on internet broadband. When wireless devices are connected to the broadband wireless access, security comes on the front line to ensure the communication safe and protected from any kind of attacks or threats. Strong and effective security must be confirmed to make the wireless environment reliable and risk less. Base station authentication is an important part of WiMax security which must be confirmed to make the environment more secure. This paper derived the technique to secure the environment by confirming the authentication of base station.
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Mr. Mohammad Zavid Parvez
- Denmark
Mr. Mohammad Hossain
University of Information Technology and Sciences (UITS), Bangladesh - Bangladesh
reganmh8@gmail.com
Mr. Mohammad Hamidul Islam
- Sweden