WiMAX network low-cost than the network such as 3G. Oil and gas producers can use WiMAX equipment to provide communication links from land-based facilities to oilrigs and platforms, much to support operations, security, and basic communication and easy for the degree. Monitoring remote monitoring of the site, and access databases. For example, a video clip from one component or subassemblies can be sent to land-based team of experts for analysis. Including the security alarm monitoring and supervision of the video. Basics include voice communication telephony, email, Internet access and video conferencing. The network can be set or redeployed in a matter of hours, minutes, if not, even when oilrigs and platforms that moved to another location.
Cable solutions are not appropriate for this scenario, because the facilities offshore, and since oilrigs are moved regularly and are in the field of oil or gas. Communication to monitor the status of the assets can be maintained, using battery-supported WiMAX terminals. Communication with WiMAX networks have a large bandwidth and multiple modulation used in accordance with the distance including BPSK,QPSK,16-QAM and 64-QAM. When equipped with a high-power amplifier and operating with a low-level modulation namely BPSK or QPSK.