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Title: WiMAX Wireless Broadband Access


1
WiMAX Wireless Broadband Access
Turhan MULUK Wireless Standards
Regulations Manager
Government Affairs
Middle
East, Africa, Turkey
09.05.2006
2
WiMAX Forum
  • The WiMAX Forum is an industry-led, non-profit
    corporation formed to promote and certify
    compatibility and interoperability of broadband
    wireless products. Our member companies support
    the industry-wide acceptance of the IEEE 802.16
    and ETSI HiperMAN wireless MAN standards. What
    this means?
  • For network operators this means equipment
    interoperability across vendors
  • For component vendors this means fewer product
    variations and higher volumes
  • For end-users this means faster and cheaper
    access that is more widely available

3
WiMAX Standards Certification
  • Standards
  • IEEE 802.16.2004 / ETSI Hiperman (June 2004)
  • (Fixed, Nomadic Application)
  • IEEE 802.16e (8 December 2005)
  • (Fixed, Nomadic, Mobile)
  • Certification
  • Spain Fixed/Nomadic WiMAX Certification
  • 16 Certified products
  • Mobile WiMAX Certification

4
Sampling of WiMAX Forum Members (more than 350)
SERVICE PROVIDERS
EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS
Other names and brands may be claimed as the
property of others
5
More than 150 trial (2005)
IBERBANDA AND INTEL PAVE THE WAY FOR FIRST
COMMERCIAL WIMAX SERVICES IN EUROPE BASED ON
INTEL SILICON THROUGH SPANISH TRIALS
Intel Sees WiMAX Trials in Parts of Asia End-2005

CNET News.com
September 2005
September 2005
Nortel Gets Busy with WiMAX "We have been active
in wireless standards activities for a while, and
we see WiMAX as the next step," Bruce Gustafson,
director of WiMAX marketing at Nortel.
September 2005
6
More than 20 commercial Application (2005)
7
WiMAX BENEFITS (EGYPT)
  • -WiMAX will enable competition at Broadband
    market and therefore reduce associated costs to
    the consumer.
  • -Convergent Services (mobility to fixed broadband
    services)
  • -Social and economic benefits of broadband.
  • -Lack of wireline structure needed to meet the
    growing demand for infrastructure.
  • WiMAX can be economical, easy, faster high
    performance solution.
  • Growing demand for broadband and mobility
  • Symmetric Data Rates
  • Can be used for different applications (security,
    health etc.)

8
WiMAX Opportunities
Bridging the Digital Divide
9
Intel WiMAX Vision (WiMAX is not a simple WLL
system)
Wi-Fi
Broadband Access for Enterprise
802.16-2004
Broadband Access for Public hotspots
802.16-2004
Broadband Access _at_ Home complementary to DSL
Cable
Wi-Fi
802.16-2004
Other brands and names are the property of their
respective owners.
10
Fixed, Nomadic and Mobile ITU-R Recommendation
F.1399-1
  • 4.1.2 Fixed Wireless Access
  • Wireless access application in which the location
    of the end-user termination and the network
    access point to be connected to the end-user are
    fixed.
  • 4.1.3 Mobile Wireless Access
  • Wireless access application in which the location
    of the end-user termination is mobile.
  • 4.1.4 Nomadic Wireless Access
  • Wireless access application in which the location
    of the end-user termination may be in different
    places but it must be stationary while in use.
  • Strict implementation of this definitions
    constrain innovations / limit convergence

11
WiMAX Applications
12
WiMAX Device Evolution
Client
Modem
Technology
Fixed WiMAX 06
Nomadic WiMAX 07 08
Mobile WiMAX 08 09
All Roadmaps, features, timelines, and code names
are subject to change without notification.
13
LICENCING
  • NATIONAL OR REGIONAL LICENCES
  • Intel supports National licenses where ever
    possible but if there justifiable reasons where
    regional licenses are more appropriate we would
    support this approach but we would encourage
    Operators to self-co-ordinate to maximize
    spectrum efficiency.
  • For the success of operators national licences
    should be given. Operators with national licences
    can offer services every where in Egypt. Users
    will want to get their wireless broadband
    services at every place in Egypt. Roaming,
    interconnection issues will be a problem with
    regional licences.
  • BANDWIDTH FOR EACH OPERATOR?
  • Bandwidth should be at least 30 MHz with no
    restrictions for TDD per operator.
  • IDEAL NUMBER OF OPERATORS
  • We do believe that enabling competition is
    important but not at the expense of success. We
    therefore believe that this needs to be assessed
    from a National level with the objective being
    that all deployments are successful deployments,
    i.e. one or many need to be successful

14
LICENCING
  • LICENCE FEE
  • Intel believes that the greatest economic benefit
    from broadband wireless / personal broadband is
    from the continues and long-term usage of the
    spectrum and not from the assignment process
    alone. We encourage Administrations to partner
    potential Operators to ensure mutual benefit from
    a successful commercial deployment.
  • Ideally Intel prefers licenses to be issued to
    those with the best business case and the best
    utilization of the spectrum for broadband
    wireless. In the instance where there is more
    than one Operator then the Administration may
    consider an auction process but the auction
    should not be structured to extract the maximum
    value for revenue generating purposes.
  • LICENCE DURATION
  • Intel believes that a license between 10-20 years
    would be appropriate but with an appropriate
    review period to ensure that the spectrum is
    being utilized for the intended purpose. Intel is
    opposed to spectrum hoarding.
  • STANDARDS AND PRODUCTS
  • WiMAX is a reality. Standards and certified
    products are ready for application. Operators
    should use standard, certified and interoperable
    products.

15
Operator Rights
  • There shouldnt be any restriction for nomadic,
    mobile application.
  • There shouldnt be any restriction on TDD
  • There shouldnt be any restriction for VoIP, or
    any other telecommunication services.
  • They should have the interconnection and roaming
    rights (national and international) with other
    operators
  • Parallel to the development of new services
    should have the rights for the application of new
    services over WiMAX network (like GPRS and EDGE
    over GSM)

16
Operator Obligations
  • 1) Coverage
  • 2) Customer support
  • 3) Service quality
  • 4) Should use standard, certified, interoperable
    products, otherwise compatibility between
    different manufacturer products can not be
    satisfied, and user terminal at different
    operators area will not work.
  • 5) Compliance to relevant ETSI, ITU, IEEE related
    standards is necessary

17
Bandwidth Business
  • Spectrum available for deployment determines base
    station capacity
  • Capacity constraints accelerate the need to split
    cells
  • Excessive cell splitting causes significant
    operating and financial issues for operators
  • Increases capital and operating expenses
    resulting in increased cost to deliver data
  • Additional cells increase interference issues for
    subscribers
  • Creates quality of service issues for subscribers
  • Limits operators from providing high bandwidth
    applications such as video and music downloads
  • Limits the number of subscribers that can be
    served by the operator

Increased bandwidth enhances overall efficiency
of the network and reduces cost of network
deployment
18
Bandwidth Impact to Business Model
  • Economic viability of a service providers
    business case is highly sensitive to the size of
    the spectrum allocation license
  • Smaller allocations limit the capacity per km2
    requiring more infrastructure to meet demand
  • This impairs an operators ability to create a
    compelling business case by
  • Affecting range of services and QoS that can be
    offered
  • Increasing capital and operating expenses

Analysis based on Countrywide Network
Deployment in Germany
19
Operator Needs
  • Certification
  • Interoperability
  • QoS
  • Open standard
  • Performance
  • Economic, easy, fast, scalability
  • Security
  • Management
  • Migration
  • Carrier class solution
  • Bandwidth

20
WiMAX Trial (Yozgat-Turkey)
21
WiMAX Trial (Yozgat-Turkey)
22
WiMAX Trial Network Launch (Nov.14.2005-Ankara
-Hilton Hotel)
High quality video link established between
village school and Hotel in Ankara (distance 250
km).
Turk Telekoms plan Using WiMAX as a
complementary to ADSL and and for mobility
services.
23
An Ambitious Nomadic WiMAX Coverage by 07
100 Cities Covered in 10 Countries A
Pan-European Roaming Service
24
Wireless Networks Will Co-Exist Always Best
Connected
"WiMAX is not competing with 3G. It's a
complementary technology Mikko Salminen,
director of fixed mobile convergence marketing at
Nokia http//www.vnunet.com/actions/trackback/214
9324
GSM, CDMA
WiMAX
WiMAX
WiMAX
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi
Rural
Urban
Suburbs
Urban

25
WiMAX and 3G are complementary
  • WiMAX and 3G will coexist Each service providers
    distinct network environment and business
    imperatives will determine which technology or
    mix of technologies best meets their needs.
  • WiMAX is optimized for IP-based high-speed
    wireless broadband.
  • 3G is optimized for cellular voice and moderate
    data-rate applications
  • Intel supports both WiMAX and 3G technologies
    with standards activities, RD and product
    offerings.
  • Intel supports industry standards for future
    wireless networks

26
WiMAX Spectrum
  • WiMAX (2.3/2.5 GHz, 3.5/3.7 GHz, 5.8 GHz)

License Exempt
Licensed
Licensed
5.8 GHz
2.5 GHz
3.5 GHz
Mobile
Fixed / Nomadic (mobile)
Fixed / Nomadic
27
Technology NEUTRALITY (Mobile WiMAX)
  • 5.384A The bands, or portions of the bands, 1
    710-1 885 MHz and 2 500-2 690 MHz, are identified
    for use by those administrations wishing to
    implement International Mobile Telecommunications-
    2000 (IMT-2000) in accordance with Resolution 223
    (WRC-2000). This identification does not preclude
    the use of these bands by any other applications
    of the services to which they are allocated and
    does not establish priority in the Radio
    Regulations.
  • -Intel believes access to the 2.5 GHz band should
    be available as early as possible for new
    innovative 3G beyond broadband wireless services
    in Egypt.
  • -Intel WiMAX chips will be integrated in laptops,
    PDAs and mobile telephones near future as a
    standard feature like Wi-Fi.

28
We made real for Wi-Fi
29
Mobile-WiMAX (Lets make it real)
30
www.intel.com turhan.muluk_at_intel.com
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