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Title: 3GPP2 Introduction - March 2003


1
3GPP2 Efforts Towards IMT-AdvancedfeaturingUMB
(Ultra Mobile Broadband) System Release 1
Presenter TSG-C Representative TBD
Workshop on IMT-Advanced 22 May 2007 Kyoto, Japan
2
Presentation Overview
  • 3GPP2 is
  • 3GPP2 Organization Partners
  • Other 3GPP2 Partners
  • 3GPP2 Goals
  • 3GPP2 Structure
  • Air Interface Evolution of cdma2000 Technologies
  • Introducing UMB (Ultra Mobile Broadband)
  • 3GPP2 Vision
  • UMB Overview
  • UMB Air Interface Evolution Milestones
  • UMB System Release 1 (UMB-1)
  • UMB Air Interface
  • Converged Access Network (CAN) Architecture
  • UMB Uses MMD Core Network
  • Features and Services Planned for Inclusion in
    UMB-1
  • UMB-1 Target Publication Schedule
  • UMB Evolution and Next Generation Technology
    Convergence
  • UMB Evolution
  • Next Generation Technology Convergence

3
3GPP2 is
  • The Third Generation Partnership Project 2
    (3GPP2) is the Partnership Project for Global
    cdma2000 Specifications including
  • cdma2000 air interface specifications
  • MAP (Mobile Application Part) core network
    specifications
  • Wireless IP network specifications
  • All IP multimedia domain specifications
  • RAN specifications
  • Other ancillary specifications

cdma2000 is the trademark for the technical
nomenclature for certain specifications and
standards of the Organizational Partners (OPs) of
3GPP2. Geographically (and as of the date of
publication), cdma2000 is a registered trademark
of the Telecommunications Industry Association
(TIA-USA) in the United States.
4
3GPP2 is
More specifically
  • A collaborative third generation (3G)
    telecommunications specifications-setting
    project.
  • Comprised of interests from the Americas and Asia
    developing global specifications for MAP
    Wireless Radiotelecommunication Intersystem
    Operations network evolution to 3G.
  • Focused on global specifications for the radio
    transmission technologies (RTTs) supported by MAP
    and the wireless IP core networks, together known
    as the cdma2000 family of standards.

3GPP2 is in the process of reviewing its scope
and charter with respect to work beyond 3G such
as that for IMT-Advanced.
5
3GPP2 Organizational Partners (OPs)
ARIB Association of Radio Industries and
Businesses (Japan) CCSA China Communications
Standard Association (China) TIA Telecommunication
s Industry Association (NAFTA countries USA,
Canada, Mexico) TTA Telecommunications Technology
Association (Korea) TTC Telecommunication
Technology Committee (Japan)
6
Other 3GPP2 Partners
  • Market Representation Partners (MRPs)
  • CDMA Development Group
  • IPv6 Forum
  • IA450 Association
  • MobileIGNITE
  • Observers
  • ETSI
  • ISACC
  • ITU
  • Individual Members Approximately 80 companies

7
3GPP2 Goals
  • Develop timely market-driven specifications for
    cdma2000 standards family
  • Specify most efficient utilization of radio and
    network resources for highest capacity voice
    networks
  • Specify data services for highest throughput and
    maximum data rate
  • Develop innovative mobile voice and data services
    with maximum interoperability with IETF
    (Internet) specifications and other wireless
    technologies
  • Plan network evolution to support migration to
    and interoperability with new system capabilities

8
3GPP2 Structure
Steering Committee Chair Wan Yi (CCSA) Vice
Chair Gerry Flynn (Verizon Wireless) Vice
Chair Nick Yamasaki (KDDI) Vice Chair Y.K.
Kim (TTA) Secretariat Henry Cuschieri
Organizational Partners

Market Representation Partners
TSG-C
TSG-A
TSG-S
TSG-X
Radio Access Network Interfaces
Services Systems Aspects
cdma2000 Radio Interface
Core Networks
9
Air Interface Evolutionof cdma2000 Technologies
IMT-2000 Technologies MC-CDMA
2G
3G
2006
2004
2007
2000
cdma2000 1X
IS-95-B
CDMA IS-95-A
cdma2000 1xEV-DO Rev B
UMB
cdma2000 1xEV-DO Rev 0
cdma2000 1xEV-DO Rev A
  • Voice
  • 14.4 kbps
  • CSD PD
  • Voice
  • 64 kbps Packet
  • RF Backward Comp.
  • Hi-Capacity Voice
  • 153 kbps Packet
  • RF Backward Comp.
  • Web browsing
  • 2.4 Mbps FL
  • 153 kbps RL
  • New Air Interface
  • Optimized VoIP
  • 3.1 Mbps FL
  • 1.8 Mbps RL
  • RF Backward Comp.
  • Initial video telephony
  • Multi-carrier
  • Nx4.9 Mbps FL
  • Nx1.8 Mbps RL
  • RF Backward Comp.
  • Commercial video telephony
  • OFDMA, SDMA, MIMO, FFR,
  • 280 Mbps FL
  • 68 Mbps RL
  • New Air Interface

Where N Number of 1.25 MHz Carriers
cdma2000 1xEV-DV Rev C
cdma2000 1xEV-DV Rev D
  • 2.4 Mbps FL
  • RF Backward Comp
  • 3.1 Mbps FL
  • 1.8 Mbps RL
  • RF Backwards Compatible

BCMCS
EBCMCS (OFDM Based)
SUPERCAST
EDITORS NOTE Should Broadcast Technologies be
included at all?
10
Evolution of Mobile Networks and Services
  • Evolution of Mobile Technology

11
Introducing UMB
Ultra Mobile Broadband and (UMB) are trade and
service marks owned by the CDMA Development Group
(CDG).
12
3GPP2 Vision
The 3GPP2 Steering Committee (SC) created an Advanced Technology Evolution (ATE) AdHoc to investigate technology advancements 10 years into the future October 2005
SC ATE AdHoc addressed advancements in Radio interface Radio access networks Core network System capabilities Cross technology mobility
Technology Evolution Framework describes the high level vision. This document is driving the work of 3GPP2 in 2007 and beyond. August 2006
  • 3GPP2 is in the process of reviewing its scope
    and charter with respect to work beyond 3G such
    as that for IMT-Advanced.

13
UMB Overview
  • A technological breakthrough in next generation
    mobile broadband services
  • Delivers ultra-high fixed and mobile broadband
    performance
  • Forward link data rates up to 280 Mbps
  • Reverse link data rates up to 68 Mbps
  • Average network latency 16.8 msec
  • Optimizes the Air-Interface to support Voice over
    IP (VoIP)
  • Enables the convergence of
  • IP-based voice
  • Broadband data
  • Multimedia services
  • Information technology, entertainment, and
    consumer oriented electronic services
  • Utilizes an IP-based flatter and simplified
    network architecture
  • Commercial availability is expected in early 2009

UMB addresses a broad range of operator needs
Based on 2x20 MHz FDD band allocation and 4x4
MIMO. Latency is based on a 32-byte Return
Trip Transmission (RTT).
14
UMB Air Interface Evolution Milestones
March 2005 Air Interface Evolution (AIE) Technical Experts Meeting (TEM) Workshop to plan cdma2000 air-interface evolution
January 2006 through March 2006 Air-Interface Framework proposal Submissions by member companies
August 2006 Multi-Company harmonized Proposal
February 2007 Baseline Air-Interface Specifications
April 2007 Initial Publication
  • A consensus-driven and cooperative process from
    beginning to end The entire development of the
    new physical layer was completed by full
    consensus within the PHY WG
  • Substantial input from Operators via the CDG-ETO
    (Evolution Team - Operators)
  • Just over 2 years from concept level workshop
    discussions to final air-interface standard

15
UMB System Release 1
  • UMB System Release 1 (UMB-1) includes
  • Enhanced cdma2000 air interface
  • Enhanced RAN (Radio Access Network)
  • Converged Access Network Architecture
  • Enhanced All-IP Multimedia Domain (MMD) Core
    Network
  • Enhanced Systems and Services

16
UMB Air Interface
  • A highly competitive broadband air-interface that
    combines the best aspects of CDMA and OFDMA into
    a single air interface
  • Supports Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO)
    and Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) antenna
    technologies
  • Supports sophisticated Fractional Frequency
    Re-use (FFR) schemes for improved edge-of-cell
    performance
  • Will support gt 250 VoIP users in 5 MHz Bandwidth
  • Provides effective support for high bit-rate
    video services (bi-directional or asymmetrical)
    across the entire range of mobility conditions
  • A simplified Air-Interface Protocol Stack with
    Air-Interface Security for both data and
    signaling
  • Solutions deployable in either existing or new
    spectrum with channel bandwidths ranging from
    1.25 MHz to 20 MHz channel bandwidths

17
Converged Access Network Architecture
  • Flatter network architecture that is collapsible
    to 2 nodes
  • Access Gateway (AGW)
  • Evolved Base Station (eBS)
  • Allows for consolidation of RAN functions at the
    eBS
  • Extends IP visibility to the eBS
  • Uses IETF protocols for network interfaces

AAA
HA
UMB
sRNC
Internet Intranet
AGW
eBS
AT
IMS
EV-DO
PDSN
RNC
BS
AT
PCRF
sRNC (Signaling Radio Network Controller) may
be either centralized or distributed across eBSs
18
UMB Uses MMD Core Network
  • MMD is the All IP Multimedia Domain
  • Aligned with 3GPP IMS above the transport layer
  • Enhanced for Access Network Independence
  • Uses IETF Protocols
  • Supports Service Access Application Programming
    Interfaces (APIs)

19
Key Features and Servicesin UMB-1
  • Voice Call Continuity
  • SMS Over IMS
  • MMD Emergency Services
  • Multi-Media Priority Service
  • MMD Roaming
  • MMD Policy Enhancements
  • MMD Supplementary Services
  • On-line, off-line, and service based accounting
  • Conferencing Using MMD
  • Dual IP Anchoring
  • QoS differentiation and policy based QoS
  • Fast Handoff
  • IP mobility for Simple IP and Mobile IP terminals
  • Network-based mobility management
  • Presence Service
  • Enhanced Security

20
UMB-1 Target Publication Schedule
UMB Air Interface
- v1.0 Initial Publication April 2007 (Done)
- v2.0 Technical Update June 2007
IOS and Evolved RAN Architecture October 2007
Converged Access Network Architecture October 2007
All-IP MMD Core Network October 2007
Supporting Specs in Release Package End of 2007
21
Next Generation Technology Convergence
  • The use of IETF protocols in the Converged Access
    Network will smooth the way for additional
    network-technology convergence
  • PMIP (Proxy Mobile IP)
  • L2TPv3 (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol)
  • Diameter
  • EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol) based
    frameworks
  • Work is currently in progress to support
    inter-working with non-3GPP2 technologies
  • 3GPP2 is eager to engage other standards bodies
    to converge the next-generation Air-Interface and
    Access Networks

22
UMB is at the Center of this Convergence
23
UMB Evolution to IMT Advanced
  • UMB is uniquely positioned as the next generation
    technology due to its design with both
  • A scalable air-interface
  • A scalable network architecture
  • Future UMB systems (air-interface and network)
    can evolve to support IMT-Advanced targets of 100
    MHz bandwidth and 1 Gbps peak data rate with
    backward compatibility to UMB-1
  • Member companies will provide inputs to formulate
    a detailed evolution roadmap in 2H07

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Thank You! For more information, please
visit http//3gpp2.org
Thank You! For more information, please
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