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Title: WiMAX Product Portfolio


1
Wireless Broadband Solutions NTRA, Egypt 14th
May 2006
Noel Kirkaldy Director Wireless Broadband
Motorola, Networks and Enterprise
2
Agenda
  • Is their a requirement for Wireless Broadband?
  • What Solutions will support the Market?
  • Regulatory and Spectrum considerations
  • Overview of a Typical WiMAX Network

3
The Requirement - Rich Data Outlook
Worldwide Operator Data Revenue (M)
92,011
100,000
71,272
75,000
51,897
50,000
34,177
20,311
25,000
12,978
8,499
5,778
2,977
541
0
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
  • Demand for bandwidth is outpacing ARPU growth
  • GAMING (multiplayer)
  • MUSIC
  • VIDEO
  • LAPTOP ACCESS
  • VoIP

Example Rich IP Multimedia applications
4
Cellular/Fixed Worlds Converge
EV-DO ? EV-DO Rev A HSDPA ?
Enhanced UL
4G Air Interfaces
Mobile Broadband
Cellular Industry
HSDPA
Fixed Wireless Industry
3.5G
2G
Wide Area Mobile
3G
2.5G
TDD
802.16e (Mobile)
Coverage/Mobility
Metro Area Nomadic
802.16a/d (Fixed NLOS)
802.11n (smart antennas) 802.11 with Mesh extns.
802.16 (Fixed LOS)
802.11 b/a/g
Local Area Fixed
Fixed Wireless Industry
Data Speeds (Kbps) span a wide range
100,000
10
5
BWA COST REDUCTIONS
  • Next generation access offers much reduced cost
    structures for high-speed data service

20
7
Relative Cost per MB
3
1
2.5G
2.75G
3G
BWA
6
ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS
Symphony Orchestra
OFDMA
  • 20 kHz wide carrier (hearing range)
  • Information carried by multiple transmitters
    (instruments)
  • Information streams separated by time and
    frequency (score)
  • Instruments orthogonal due to wave form
    (sound/voice)
  • Variable width carrier (3.5/5/10/20 MHz)
  • Information carried on multiple sub-frequencies
    (128 to 2048 FFT)
  • Channels separated by frequency and time (with
    guard bands/times)
  • Sub-carriers mathematically orthogonal due to
    frequency relationships

7
Lets not forget the important role of Fixed line
8
Copper based solutions (xDSL) compromise Rate vs
Reach
FTTx (GPON)
Mbps (Down)
Km
9
Wireless Broadband Solutions
  • A comprehensive platform of wireless broadband
    solutions and services that deliver and extend
    coverage

10
Snapshot of Motorola Canopy
  • Developed by Motorola Labs (gt60 Patents)
  • Alpha tests 2001
  • Launch June 2002
  • Approaching 250,000 units sold
  • Very Reliable - 45 Year MTBF
  • Deployed by over 500 Service Providers
  • Over 1000 Private System Deployments
  • 500 resellers
  • Deployed in over 85 countries
  • Unlicensed Point to Point and Point to Multipoint
    Solution (5 GHz and 2.4 GHz)
  • Expanding to Licensed Bands
  • Developed and designed to provide cost effective
    roll out for operators

11
SMART Communications - Philippines
  • SMART leading wireless operator with 20 Million
    cellular subscribers
  • They also operate a copper network around the
    country
  • Nationwide roll out of Broadband Internet and
    data services to residential business
    subscribers using Motorola Canopy

We believe that wireless broadband is the most
affordable way for the people in the Philippines
to be able to receive reliable, high-speed
Internet connectivity, said Rene Dos Remedios,
president of Meridian Telekoms, Inc, a subsidiary
of SMART Communications
12
WiMAX What is it?
  • Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access
  • Wireless metropolitan area networks (MAN) based
  • on the IEEE 802.16 standard
  • An emerging standard for high-speed, fixed
    wireless data
  • access (point-to multipoint) or point-to-point
    communication
  • Offers last mile service (NLOS) and a peak data
    rate upto 70 Mbps
  • On average a WiMAX base-station installation will
    likely cover 3-5 Kms PTMP (16 Km P2P)
  • WiMAX Forum has more than 356 members to
    facilitate the deployment of 802.16 standards by
    helping to ensure the compatibility and
    inter-operability of broadband wireless access
    equipment .
  • All of todays leading vendors such as Intel,
    Motorola, Samsung, Ericsson are supporting the
    WiMAX Forum

13
IEEE 802.16x Genealogy
  • Original fixed wireless broadband air Interface
    for 10 66 GHz, Line-of-sight only,
    Point-to-Point applications

802.16 (Dec 2001)
  • Extension for 2-11 GHz
  • Non-LOS, Point-to-Multi-Point applications such
    as last mile access B/H

802.16c (2002)
802.16a (Jan 2003)
802.16 amendment for Line of Sight, Point to
Point backhaul using spectrum between 10 - 66
GHz
  • Published as 802.16 2004, replacing earlier
    revisions
  • Fixed Portable applications 2 6 GHz
  • HIPERMAN compatibility

802.16d (Q3 2004)
WiMAX
  • Mobility to highway speeds in licensed bands from
    2-6 GHz
  • Roaming within between service areas
  • WiBRO Compatibility

802.16e (Q4 2005)
14
802.16 Rev E Benefits over 802.16 Rev D
  • Better Technical Performance
  • Better building penetration bigger cells/better
    performance
  • Better battery performance for portable
    applications
  • Mobility as well as fixed/nomadic
  • Better Industry Acceptance
  • Major Market deployments waiting for Rev E
  • Rev D seen as interim step only
  • Rev D interoperability certifications slipping
  • Better Business Performance
  • Better reuse of spectrum (N1, vs. no reuse in
    rev D)
  • Avoids throw away of non-upgradeable Rev D
    systems
  • Better support for high value services VolP,
    mobility
  • Support for wide range of access devices
    handsets, laptops, PDAs

15
Technology Positioning - 802.16 Rev E vs. 802.16
Rev D
WiMAX-d Chipset/Product Prices
WiMAX-e Chipset/Product Prices
MOBILE NOMADIC FIXED
USAGE SCENARIOS
CHIPSET/PRODUCT PRICES
1H2006 2H2006 1H2007 2H2007 1H2008 2H2008
TIMELINE
16
Intel Inside
  • By 2008, 14 Million Laptops will have 802.16e
    built-in!

17
Multiple Vendor support
New Entrants 2H 2006 Supporting 802.16e-2005
Todays Vendors Mainly 802.16d-2004
Samsung
Motorola
Siemens
Alvarion
Proxim
Redline
Airspan
Aperto
SR Telcom
IP Wireless
Navini
Alcatel
Nortel
Huawei ZTE
Adaptix
Nextnet
Strix Systems
Siemens
Recently announced entrants Ericsson and Nokia
Expect flurry of mergers and buyouts By 2008,
smaller players will be
  1. Surviving in Niche Markets
  2. Acquired

18
Spectrum and Regulatory Considerations
19
WiMAX Profiles Radio Frequency Spectrum
Low/Mid UNII-band (802.11a) 5150-5350
Upper UNII-band 5725-5850
3.5GHz band 3400-3600
MMDS 2500-2690 2700-2900
3300-3400
WRC (new) 5470-5725
ISM (11b/g) 2400-2480
US WCS 2305-2320 2345-2360
WiMAX profiles available
Note also keep an eye out for 4.3GHz (emergency
band), 4.9GHz (public safety band)
Future WiMAX profiles
WiFi
20
FREQUENCY USED FOR DEPLOYMENT Impacts coverage /
Capacity data density (Urban environment)
900 MHz
2100 MHz
4600 MHz
3500 MHz
2500 MHz
Source Eurescom, ING
21
Some Spectrum Planning Issues
  • WiMAX Profiles
  • Ensure Operators choose the correct profiles for
    the allocated spectrum
  • Guard Bands
  • How much spectrum between neighbors?
  • FDD or TDD?
  • TDD is more spectrally efficient than FDD

22
Example of a Spectrum Plan
No guard band required between Canopy
Sectors. Effective N1
23
WiMAX Solution overview
24
Access Point Portfolio
Dual Antenna Elements Dual Tx/Rx Chains MIMO
with Space-Time Coding (STC) Fixed Full
Mobility Support Redundant Configuration
Eight Antenna Elements 8 Rx Chains, 4 Tx
Chains Adaptive Beam Steering Fixed Full
Mobility Support Redundant Configuration
Macro-cell coverage in an ultra-compact
package COTS Antenna Options Fixed Support Easy
Install
25
Low Cost, Flat IP Network Architecture
Carrier Access Point (CAP) Architecture
Traditional Cellular Architecture
High Cost, Custom Telephony Platforms
Eliminated, Replaced by Future Proof, Low Cost
Off-the-shelf IP Equipment
26
  • Various WiMAX Devices will be supported

Indoor Customer Premise Equipment
Outdoor Customer Premise Equipment
Handheld Devices
PC Cards
27
WiMAX Roadmap
2006 2007 2008
3.5 GHz 2.5 GHz Fixed and Mobile Networks
3.5 GHz Fixed Networks
Customer Premise Equipment
Handsets Smart Phones
Vehicular PCMCIA Cards
1 Dates are approximate and are for limited
commercial availability for field trials
(FOA/M3) 2 Due to the changing nature of
standards, some products may require and
over-the-air software upgrade for full WiMAX
Compliance
28
WiMAX - Performances Sub-Urban Environment
  • Assumptions
  • 3.5 GHz
  • 7 MHz
  • Fixed Application
  • Sub-Urban Environment
  • Output Power 1 Watt
  • Indoor Penetration 15 dB
  • TDD 75/25

Source Motorola
29
WiMAX - Performances Urban Environment
DL Throughput per Sector vs Distance
16
Basic 802.16d Outdoor
802.16e Diversity Outdoor
802.16e Smart Antenna
14
Outdoor
Basic 802.16d Indoor
802.16e Diversity Indoor
12
802.16e Smart Antenna
Indoor
10
  • Assumptions
  • 3.5 GHz
  • 7 MHz
  • Fixed Application
  • Sub-Urban Environment
  • Output Power 1 Watt
  • Indoor Penetration 15 dB
  • TDD 75/25

Throughput (Mbps)
8
6
4
2
0
0
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
Distance (km)
Source Motorola
30
WiMAX Solution Summary
  • WiMAX 802.16e will deliver a lower cost, better
    performance and a path to Mobile services.
  • Meets growing demand for high bandwidth IP
    applications for fixed, nomadic and mobile
    applications
  • Can complement your existing networks and can
    share your IP core and back office applications

31
Summary - Broadband Access Solutions


32
Thank You Any Questions?
33
WiMAX-Typical Case, Number of WiMAX Base Stations
Networks Services
Networks Services Definition Networks Services Definition Networks Services Definition
Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
Location Probability 70 80 97
DL/UL data rate 250/77 750/230 1500/450
Indoor Coverage No Yes Yes
Nomadic Services No No Yes
Source Motorola
34
WiMAX-Typical Case, Number of WiMAX Base Stations
Number of Base Stations to Cover Paris vs
Networks Services
Base Stations Configuration Networks Services Basic 802.16d WiMAX Base Station WiMAX 802.16e with Diversity WiMAX 802.16e with Smart Antenna
Class 1 52 36() 28()
Class 2 350 220 112
Class 3 1400 900 460
() The limitation comes from capacity not from coverage (250 user per km2, overbooking 30) () The limitation comes from capacity not from coverage (250 user per km2, overbooking 30) () The limitation comes from capacity not from coverage (250 user per km2, overbooking 30) () The limitation comes from capacity not from coverage (250 user per km2, overbooking 30)
Source Motorola
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