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Information and Communication for Intelligent
Networks




Elisha Yanay


Chairman of the Israeli Association of
Electronics & Software Industries

Chair: Prof. Yosef Pinhasi

Global and local Spectrum allocation

Israel # of sites ~600 850
-
1500 1800
-
2200 ~2500 ~4500


UHF
49
TV channels in US, Europe & Israel

Background Facts

US channels

502
MHz to
806
MHz

Europe & Israel

470
MHz to
862
MHz

US


Channel bandwidth is
6 MHz


49 channels X
6
MHz per channel = 294 MHz


Channel 21 starts at 502 MHz


Channel 49 ends at 806 MHz

Europe & Israel


Channel bandwidth is
8 MHz


49 channels X
8

MHz per channel = 392 MHz


Channel 21 starts at 470 MHz


Channel 49 ends at 862 MHz


Each country got up to 8 channels for Digital TV in a way that
they do not interfere with each other


Israel got European channels 58 and 62

MHz

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WiMAX delivers higher performance at lower cost per bit

Relative Total Cost of Ownership Comparison

12

10

8

6

4

2

0


Total Cost of

Ownership $MM

Data Usage per User per Month (GB)

1.8

1.3

1.0

12.0

8.0

4.0

0.7

0.4

Engineered for:

Capital Cost Reductions

Lower Operating Expense

CDMA

HSPA

WiMAX/LTE

Economic Advantage

NGMN case
3

Source
: NAT, Rysavy Research, CDG
-
QCOM

5

10

20

Downlink

1
x
1

Downlink

2
x
2

Carrier BW (MHz)

FDD

LTE

HSPA

HSPA+

Downlink

4
x
4

1.4

200

13

100

50

8

22

32

65

130

3

5

6

26

52

13

Uplink

No MIMO/
64
QAM

Simultaneous Video Streaming Users

CIF/QVGA

(
240
kbps)


handheld devices

Users

Carrier BW (MHz)

+
9
users

2.5
x

users

29

WiMAX

29

16

15

5

3




National Broad Bands

Public Safety National Users



Broad Band communication

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תונתשהב יבטימ יוצימ חיטבת םיירחסמ םיכרצלו םיימואל םיכרצל תפתושמ תיתשת תמקה


ןיוולב ילאודה שומישל המודב תוביסנה
"
סומע
."


The “Pipes”

AMI project

for Israel Electricity Corporation




0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
53
%

8.4
K meters

7
%

-

50
K meters

30
%

2
,
220
K meters

10
%

200
K meters

Heavy Industry
Industrial/Businesses
Home
Others
AMI

Phase II

AMI

I

Phase

Israel Electric Company
-

AMI Project

Breakdown by Customer Type


Annual KWh Supply

The Web
2
M™ Solution

Architecture

Comm.
Server

Radius

Server

Metering

Server

Larotec’s ICU

Fixed IP

Industrial

Meters

Private APN via

GPRS Network

Larotec
-

ICU

Why
2
/
3
G for Smart Grid
-

Cellular Data Cost

0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
2005
2008
2010
2012
Cost USD

Single (abroad)
1MB
Bulk (Israel)
2MB

Why
2
/
3
G for Smart Grid


Cellular Capacity

Web
2
M
TM



Readings of Power Factor value

Web
2
M
TM



Readings of Current value


(
1
st

phase)

World Wide Install Base,
8400
units at Israel
Electric Corp.



CAMMESA
-

Argentina’s National Electricity Market


AMM


Telefonica Del Peru


Electricity utilities
-

AMM


Technische Unie
-

Largest technical wholesalers in the Netherlands


Essbio
-

Water Utility in Chile
-

AMM


Cats Flexible Packaging (Netherlands)
-

EDM


IEC (Israeli Electric Corporation)


AMM & M
2
M (Monitoring and Control)
-



IAI (Israeli Aerospace Industry)
-

EDM


Pelephone
-

Israeli Cellular Operator
-

EDM


Cellcom
-

Israeli Cellular Operator
-

EDM


Dor
-
Alon
-

Energy Company
-

Sub metering & Monitoring and Control


Kibbutz’s: Zikim, EinDor


Sub Metering


Strauss
-

International Food Corporation


EDM







Case study: Cammesa AMM Project


Larotec Ltd
. together with
Softron*

won Cammesa
(National Electricity regulator of Argentina) project for
Advanced Metering Management (AMM) for C&I


Larotec’s

Web
2
M
TM
platform was chosen over among
leading international providers and Cellular operators


Project scope
:


Biggest
4
,
000
C&I customers


3
years monthly service model equal to over
10
M$


4
,
000
Data SIM cards subscription deployed


The project fully implemented


Monthly service model to be renewed for additional
3
years



*Argentina IT and telecom system integrator

CAMMESA


Case study: IEC AMM Project


Larotec Ltd
. together with
Cellcom*

won the Israel
Electric company (IEC) project for Advanced Metering
Management (AMM) for C&I


Larotec’s

Web
2
M
TM
platform was chosen over more than
10
leading providers


Project scope (
1
st

phase)
:


Biggest
8
,
4 00
C&I customers


Over two millions $US


8
,
400
Data SIM cards deployed


The project is planned to be fully implemented during
2012


Case study: Telefonica Peru


Larotec Ltd
. chosen by
Telefonica

Peru to be the official
technology provider of AMM systems for the operator’s
customers and prospects (utilities and large enterprises)


Larotec’s

Web
2
M
TM
technology homologated by Telefonica
and integrated in Telefonica offer of VPN network for added
value services projects


Service scope
:


Providing AMM technology to leading utilities and
enterprises in Peru


First orders of hundred of units sold


Potential of thousand of SIM card and VPN service to be
sold by Telefonica


Offering monthly service for complete AMM solution


high benefits



Smart Metering for Residential

Larotec ISG

Internet Server

Gateway

Larotec ICU

Cellular or Ethernet

Database

Local Comm. by:

RS
-
485
, RF or

PLC

One ICU via Concentrator can manage more
then
30
meters with local communication such
as: RS
-
485
, RF or PLC

Concentrator

RS
-

232

Thank You!