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product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2008.


Narrowbanding Mandate

and

Broadband Progress Report


March 7, 2010

Al Ittner



Sr. Manager

Spectrum & Regulatory Strategy


847
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Al.Ittner@motorola.com


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FCC Narrowbanding Mandate


All Public Safety and Industrial/
Business licensees must convert
existing 25 kHz efficiency
operations in
VHF and UHF bands

to minimum 12.5 kHz efficiency
analog or digital operation by
January 1, 2013



To get there, FCC set interim
deadline requirements on
licensees and manufacturers


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Interim Requirements

January 1, 2011:


New license applications must specify at least
12.5 kHz efficiency


License modification applications to expand
authorized service areas must specify at least
12.5 kHz efficiency


Equipment providers can no longer certify,
manufacture or import 25 kHz capable
equipment


must disable mode via software



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Compliance and Enforcement


Users cannot be provided software to activate 25 kHz
mode on radios manufactured/imported after Jan.1, 2011


Manufacturers/providers can continue to sell 25 kHz
efficiency radios until Dec. 31, 2012 if
manufactured/imported before Jan.1, 2011


By Jan. 1, 2013, licensees must (1) disable the 25 kHz
mode on all dual mode radios, and (2) replace all radios
only capable of 25 kHz efficiency operation


Licensees operating in 25 kHz mode after Jan.1, 2013 are
in violation of the FCC rules


Cannot operate on secondary basis


Face FCC enforcement action


fines, license revocation


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Most Current Radios are 12.5kHz Capable


Motorola radios certified
after 1997 are 12.5kHz
capable


Licensees operating at
25kHz need to:


Reprogram radios for
12.5kHz operation


Replace old 25 kHz radios


Update FCC license for
narrowband compliancy


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High
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speed vehicular, location aware services, broadband data on the scene



Rich
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media information sharing,

increased collaboration, command center to the edge


Mobile office, productivity applications,

content
-
rich database lookups, remote analytics

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Amber Alerts

Enabling Broadband Applications

Broadband offers the high
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performing IP platform to serve a broad array of
bandwidth
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intense data applications designed for public safety

Leverage broad data coverage area for mission
critical data & legacy public safety applications
where 4G not available

Within 4G coverage areas leverage broadband
network for more advanced public safety
applications

Lower data rate text, static images,

messaging, & location

Bandwidth
-
intense video, real
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time

content
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rich lookups, remote computing

Bi
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Directional Vehicular Video


Location Aware Real
-
Time Services

Mobile Office, In
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Field Productivity

Multimedia Command & Control

Dynamic Mapping, Weather & Traffic Flows

Content
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Rich Lookups to complex databases

Remote Analytics Advanced pattern recognition

Computer Aided Dispatch

Records Management Query

Location

Mobile Fingerprint Identification

Mobile Text Messaging

BOLO

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Devices

Broad array of mobile & fixed devices designed to the demanding

requirements of public safety & mobile government workers

Rugged In
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Vehicle

Rugged Handheld

Data Adaptor

Embedded Device

Ecosystem



High power
modem provides
wide area
connection to
mobile applications

Companion data
device with
meaningful display
& interface for in
-
field operations

Bringing broadband
connections to
existing laptops or
computing platforms

Mini card provides
connection to
sensors, alarms,
meters

Commercial type
devices


smartphones,
tablets, etc.

Leveraging broad commercial ecosystem of rapidly developing 4G consumer electronics

Ultra
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Mobile PCs

Smartphones

Media Players

Femtocells

Cloud Computers

Personal Routers

Netbooks

Embedded Modules

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700 MHz Public Safety Broadband
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Original Concept

10+10 MHz


Spectrum available for BB public safety if Congress reallocates the
D block; public/private partnerships also still of interest


D block
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currently classed as commercial


No successful bidders in auction held Q1 ’08


9 major public safety organizations asking Congress to reallocate
to public safety and add to PSST’s license

D block

5+5 MHz


Public safety broadband block

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Nationwide license held by Public Safety Spectrum Trust (PSST)

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PSST will allow local/regional public safety interoperable
deployments under its license if FCC waivers are granted

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PSST, NPSTC, APCO & NENA have endorsed LTE 4G BB

5+5 MHz

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Base Transmit

Mobile Transmit


Public Safety opposing use of 700 MHz Narrowband Voice
Spectrum for Broadband

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Broadband Waivers Filed

FILED BY

DATED

COMMENT

State of New Jersey

April 3, 2009

City and County of San

Francisco, City of Oakland & City of San Jose

May 27, 2009




City of Boston

May 28, 2009

City of New York

June 8, 2009

District of Columbia

June 26, 2009

State of New York

June 30, 2009

New EA, dba Flow Mobile (ND)

State of North Dakota

State of North Dakota

July 7, 2009

July 17, 2009

Withdrawn August 28, 2009

Requests use of Narrowband 700
channels for broadband

Chesapeake, VA

July 8, 2009

City of San Antonio, TX

July 10, 2009

State of New Mexico

July 10, 2009

City of Charlotte, NC

August 4, 2009

Iowa Public Safety BB Coalition

August 7, 2009

Withdrawn October 16, 2009

Counties of Blackhawk, Buchanan,
Dubuque, Grundy, Johnson, Marshall
& Scott, City of Cedar Rapids, IA


Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications
Systems Board

October 15, 2009

Replaces Iowa Public Safety
Broadband Coalition waiver request

Hawaii Petitioners

August 19, 2009

State of Hawaii, Honolulu City &
County, Maui, Hawaii, and Kauai

City of Pembroke Pines, FL

November 4, 2009

Los Angeles Regional Interop. Comm. System

November 16, 2009

Adams County, CO (and Denver Int’l Airport)

November 17, 2009

City of Seattle, WA

January 15, 2010

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FCC Recommended Direction on PS Broadband


Part of National Broadband Report to Congress due March 17, 2010


Public safety agencies operate on the 5+5 MHz PS broadband block
under PSST license


Auctioning the D Block


Single nationwide licensee or 55 regional licensees


Allow public safety to select roaming and priority on D Block or with
any 700 MHz commercial operator


$12
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$16 Billion funding


$6 B grant program to support network buildout over 10 years


$6
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$10 B to support network operation, maintenance & upgrades


Create an Emergency Response Interoperability Center (ERIC)


FCC Working Group to establish framework for interoperability


Draw on expertise from DHS & National Institute of Technology (NIST)


Will move forward on public safety local/regional/state waivers, but
not before March 17, 2010


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APCO, IACP, IAFC, MCC, MFC, NSA, MCSA, NENA AND NEMA


Request legislation to remove auction requirements and allocate
D
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Block for public safety


Identify funding to build and maintain nationwide broadband network


Public Safety D Block Initiative

Public safety must have access to reliable broadband


700 MHz ideal for superior coverage and “in building” performance


Commercial networks not built to robust public safety standards


Constrained by recurring commercial network operators costs


Existing 5 + 5 MHz PS spectrum inadequate to meet PS requirements


To provide seamless nationwide roaming capability on a
interoperable public
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safety grade network


To enable & maximize efficient use of future broadband technologies

Need additional 5 + 5 MHz of D Block

Major PS Push: Congress, Administration Officials & FCC