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16 Working Group on Broadband Wireless Access Standards develops standards and recommended practices to support the development and deployment of broadband Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks. 17 Resilient Packet Ring Working Group develops standards to support the development and deployment of Resilient Packet Ring networks in Local, Metropolitan, and Wide Area Networks for resilient and efficient transfer of data packets at rates scalable to many gigabits per second. These standards build upon existing Physical Layer specifications, and will develop new physical layers where appropriate.

The requirements presented in Table 1-2, defined by ITU-R Working Party 5D, are for the purpose of consistent definition, specification, and evaluation of the candidate IMT-Advanced proposals in conjunction with the development of recommendations and reports such as the framework and key characteristics, and the detailed specifications of IMT-Advanced. The intention of these requirements is to ensure that IMT-Advanced technologies are able to fulfill the objectives of the 4th generation of cellular systems and to set a specific level of minimum performance that each proposed technology needs to achieve in order to be considered by ITU-R for IMT-Advanced.

16 Working Group as of September 2010) with hyperlinks to additional information sources. 16 standard (the first revision was released as IEEE Std. 16-2004) that encompasses the previous amendments and corrigenda released by this working group. 16 Working Group whose release is expected in March 2011. 16e-2005, including Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) mode enablement and bug fixes, HalfDuplex FDD terminal operation, persistent scheduling, support of 20 MHz bandwidth, improved multi-antenna transmission and processing schemes, and enhancement of multicast and broadcast services, multi-radio coexistence, location-based services, as well as load balancing.

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