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Communications

Broadband Wireless Access

Unique Opportunities for Fixed and Mobile Operators

Hans
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Jochen Morper

CANTO Conference, St.Kitts, 19th
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22nd June 2005

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Broadband Wireless Access



BWA Technologies: Overview



WiMAX: FWA, cellular WLAN and mobile DSL



Operator and Enduser Scenarios: how networks will evolve



Wireless LAN: Hotspot, Enterprise and Meshed Scenarios



Siemens Solutions and Product Portfolio


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Price Elasticity of BWA Market

End
-
user Data Volume
& Usage

End
-
user Price of 1GB

One
-
dimensional Market:

Mobile Data

one
-
dimensional Market:

Fixed Broadband

Two
-
dimensional Market:

“BWA”



BWA = Selling on Mobility*) & Bandwidth

Today

Today

Tomorrow

*) Mobility = Roaming capability, Coverage & Handover (Speed)

Price GAP to be filled!

Broadband Wireless Access

Upcoming New Market covering the Mobility/Bandwidth Trade Off

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BWA Technologies

Bandwidth vs Mobility

stationary

nomadic

mobile

portable/ walking

mobile

driving, …

GSM

GPRS

EDGE

DECT

CDMA

EV
-
DO

EV
-
DV

UMTS

HSDPA

IEEE

802.16e

IEEE

802.16a,d

WLAN

(IEEE 802.11x)

FlashOFDM

(802.20)

Systems


beyond 3G


>2010

data
-
rate

10

Mb/s

1

100

0.1

10
3

10
4

degree of
mobility

Ethernet (Cu)

Ethernet (Fiber)

...

...

2005

2010

MNO

FNO

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BWA

Control
Access,
Transport

IP PBX

2G/ 3G

Product
Portfolio


Operators
& Providers

BWA Technologies

Key Players

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WiMAX

IEEE 802.16d+e

(standard)

Flarion

Flash
-
OFDM


3GPP

WCDMA/HSDPA

3GPP

TD
-
SCDMA
-

LCR

3GPP

TDD HCR

(PS Domain
only)

Technology

OFDM, FDD or TDD


TDMA / OFDMA

OFDM, FDD

OFDMA

CDM, FDD

CDMA

CDM, TDD

TD
-
SCDMA

CDM, TDD

TD
-
CDMA

Environment

Fixed / nomadic
access

Cellular

Cellular

Cellular

Cellular

Mobility
Support

Limited, with

802.16e:
< 120 km/h

Global

< 250 km/h

Global

< 250 km/h

Global

< 120 km/h

Global

< 120 km/h

Frequency
spectrum

Licensed & exempt


< 6 GHz NLOS

(2.5, 3.5, 5.8 GHz)

Licensed band


< 3,5 GHz

Licensed band

~ 2 GHz

Licensed band

~ 2 GHz

Licensed band

~ 2 GHz

Peak
aggregate
Cell
throughput

~ 17
-
70 Mbps DL

@ 5
-
20 MHz
(bandwidth
scalable)

3 Mbps DL

800 kbps UL

@ 1,25 MHz

~ 11 Mbps DL

~ 1.5 Mbps UL

@ 5 MHz

~ 2 Mbps DL

@ 1.6 MHz (with
8PSK)

~ 3.4 Mbps DL

@ 5 MHz

BWA Technologies

Key Characteristics

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IEEE 802.16
-

2004 Standards Family

Feeding

FWA

Cellular

Completed

December 2001

January 2003

June ’04 / Mobility ‘05

Spectrum

10
-

66 GHz

< 11 GHz

< 6 GHz

Channel
Conditions

Line of Sight Only

Non Line of Sight

Non Line of Sight

Bit Rate

32


134 Mbps in 28MHz
channel bandwidth

Up to 75 Mbps in 20MHz
channel bandwidth

Up to 15 Mbps in 5MHz
channel bandwidth

Modulation

Single Carrier

QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM

OFDM 256 sub
-
carriers

QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM

1x Scalable OFDMA

QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM

Mobility

Fixed

Fixed

Portable

Data mobility (<120 km/h)

Channel
Bandwidths

20, 25 and 28 MHz

Scalable

1.5 to 20 MHz

Scalable

1,25 to 20 MHz

Typical Cell
Radius

2 to 5 km

7 to 10 km

Max. range 50 km

1 to 5 km

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Implementing Tri
-
mode Radio

Enabling World
-
Wide Client

Unlicensed Band



5.8GHz
(5.25
-
5.85)

Licensed Bands


2.5GHz
(2.3
-
2.4; 2.5
-
2.7)

ƒ
3.5GHz
(3.3
-
3.7)

Source: Intel, 2004

N. America

2.5 & 5.8 GHz

Central & S. America

Caribbean

2.5, 3.5 & 5.8 GHz

W. & E. Europe

3.5 & 5.8 GHz

Middle East &


Africa

3.5 & 5.8 GHz

APAC

2.3, 3.5 & 5.8 GHz

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WiMAX Evolution

Fixed

Wireless DSL

Portable

Hot Zone

Session

continuity

Mobile

Mobility

Seamless

handover

Nomadic

Hot Zone

no handover

(regulatory reasons)


WiMAX Profile#0

WiMAX Profile#1 (802.16
-
2004/802.16e)

WiMAX Profile#2 (802.16
-
2004/802.16e/802.16g)

?

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WiMAX Market Evolution (1)

Fixed Outdoor starting in ‘05

802.16a

NLOS / PMP

802.16(a)

Point to Point BACKHAUL

Internet

Backbone

802.11

E1/T1+

SERVICE

Solution


Fixed location


Outdoor installed

Applications


E1/T1 level service

ƒ
Backhaul for hotspots


Residential BBA

ENTERPRISE

Fractional E1

For small Business

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Non Line of Sight

Point to Multi
-
point

802.16REVd

Laptop Connected

Through 802.11

Backhaul to Internet

Through 802.16REVd

Solution

Consumer:

self install

auto provisioning

Portable

Applications

“Last Mile” BBA

Portable BBA

WiMAX Market Evolution (2)

Consumer Indoor starting in ’06

802.16(a)

Point to Point BACKHAUL

Internet

Backbone

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Non Line of Sight

Point to Multi
-
point

802.16REVd+e

802.11 indoors


Always


Best


Connected

Solution


Native in Mobile PC


Roam at varying speeds

Applications


“Mobile” BBA for consumers


Simple Network Selection

802.16REVd+e

WiMAX Market Evolution (3)

Mobile Consumer starting in ’07

802.16(a)

Point to Point BACKHAUL

Internet

Backbone

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Wi
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Fi Evolution to WiMAX

802.2

ip

tcp

http

browser

802.x

802.3

802.11

802.16

802.X =

Wireless

LAN

Wired
LAN

„cellular“

LAN (WiMAX)

wired at the desk

wireless in the office

wireless in the city

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Narrowband Internet


Wireline access

PPP

ip

tcp

http

browser

x

HDLC

Ethernet

WiMAX

X =

PSTN

DSL

Ethernet


Wideband Internet


Wireline access


Broadband Internet (mobile DSL)


Wireless access

DSL, cable modem

PSTN/ISDN modem

mobile DSL

DSL Evolution to WiMAX

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Broadband Access

Topology and Players today

well defined roles

topologies can be
structured into network and
backend services / control

infrastructure is mainly
provided by fixed and
mobile carriers

control and applications
may be handled by ISP

MNO are in a position to
cover all parts

Control and applications





Network infrastructure


Clients and devices



Mobile
Carrier

Fixed
Carrier




Service

Provider

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Radio Access Network

Transport (RAN)

Core Routing & Switching

Backend Control

Radio Network Termination

Consumer Products

Managed Services

Incumbent MNO/FNO

Competitive

ISP

City Carriers

„Broker“

ISP

Broadband Wireless Access

Topology and Players in near future

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NSP

ASP

WiFi

WiMax enabled

notebooks

WiMax routers

longstick rooftop

WiMax Network Architecture

ASN
-
GW

other ASN

ASN

CSN
-
GW

AAA

Billing

Charging

other CSN

CSN

ASN: access serving network

CSN: connectivity serving network

ASP: access service provider

NSP: connectivity service provider

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WiFi

WiMax enabled

notebooks

WiMax routers

longstick rooftop

ASN
-
GW

other ASN

ASN

CSN

CSN

CSN


BWA access

Services

Provisioning

Flow Control

Backend Ctrl



WiMax Access Provider

Pure Access Provider

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WiFi

WiMax enabled

notebooks

WiMax routers

longstick rooftop

ASN
-
GW

other ASN

ASN

CSN

RAS

AAA

Portal


BWA access

Services

Provisioning

Flow Control

Backend Ctrl



CSN

CSN

CSN

WiMax Access Provider

Access Provider and Access Provisioner

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WiFi

WiMax enabled

notebooks

WiMax routers

longstick rooftop

CSN

BRAS

AAA

Portal

ASN
-
GW

ASN


BWA access


Services

Provisioning

Flow Control

Backend Ctrl



ASN
-
GW

ASN

ASN
-
GW

ASN

WiMax Access Provider

ISP with core routing

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Siemens SkyMAX

End
-
to
-
end product portfolio

SkyMAX

Residential

Modem

NetViewer








One O&M system for
SkyMAX and microwave PtP,
PtMP


Widespread Northbound
Integration Landscape

SkyMAX

Portable

Modem

Network Planning

Network Planning tools

SkyMAX

Base

Station

SkyMAX

Business

Modem

SkyMAX
Solution
Description

SkyMAX
family

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One of the market’s first end
-
to
-
end solutions

for WiMAX radio networks comes from Siemens

SkyMAX by Siemens


End
-
to
-
end: SkyMAX base station and modems

presented at the 3GSM Congress in February 2005


Best
-
in
-
class in cell range


Available in the second half of 2005


WiMAX


Ideally for stationary, wireless broadband internet access


Wireless DSL and ‘nomadic’ notebook use


Wireless ‘last mile’ solution for fixed and mobile operators


Ideally for rural and remote areas where the provisioning of
services by cable or fiber is difficult or uneconomic

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SkyMAX Base Station
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IDU layout

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Siemens is worldwide leading

in wireless broadband technologies

Data throughput per base station

End user deployment case

Mobile

Nomadic

At home

WiMAX Stationary

Siemens “SkyMAX”

available mid 2005

FLASH
-
OFDM

Siemens FLASH
-
OFDM 450 MHz

Available early 2005

UMTS/HSDPA

Siemens HSDPA

available end of 2005

WiMAX Mobile

Siemens development ongoing

Still under standardization

Wireless DSL

First HSDPA end
-
to
-
end

solution in the market

First all
-
IP solution

for 450MHz

First carrier grade

WiMAX system

in the market

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public hotspots

on the move

housing areas,

enterprise

rural / suburban


access points suitable for the desired use case

o
access control, traffic shaping

o
authentication, autorization

o
billing, charging

o
roaming

o
network integration

Wireless LAN

At the Edge of Broadband Wireless

Major WLAN deployments issues:


voice

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WIFI
-

a must

Access Points for any Use Case

Cisco Aironet Series

Indoor Rugged

Scalance W788

Industrial

Environment

Mesh 200

Mesh 100

Outdoor Mesh

for indoor

coverage

Enterprise

HiPath Wireless

Mesh 50

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Integration

Core & Enabling

Infrastructure

SMSC

SMSC

Accounting,Billing

Customer Care

(ABC)

Charging/

Prepaid

HLR

Wi
-
Fi

Wi MAX

Fl ash
-

OFDM

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

AZR

BWA Technologies

Customer


care

Charging


Mediation

Accounting

aggregation

AAA

Proxying

Access

control

Portal

Toolkit

Roaming

Voucher


mgt.

Backend


modules

User

repository

CCS7

gateway

P

W

I

Wireless Integration Platform

Single Platform for Multi
-
Broadband Integration

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Thank You

hans
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jochen.morper@siemens.com

please join our presentations in booth #55, 56 &57