An Ecosystem for LTE

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Dec 12, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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Moving Beyond 3G:

An Ecosystem for LTE

Embargoed until April 18, 2007

Industry Trend: Mobile Broadband Data


Deployment of
3G worldwide

is the primary
driving force


Operators see
source of new
revenue and
increased ARPU
around
broadband
-
speed data
services


Quality, capacity
and latency
issues remain

0.001

0.01

0.1

1

10

100

GSM

GPRS, cdma2000

EDGE, CDMA2000
-
1x

CDMA2000 1x
-
EV
-
DO

CDMA2000 1x
-
EVDV

W
-
CDMA

HSDPA, HSUPA

CDMA2000 1x
-
EV
-
DO R. A

“4G”

SMS,

IMS

Text E
-
mailing

Ring Tones

Simple games

Multimedia messaging

Video clips, Web browsing

Games

Streaming audio

Streaming video clips

Enterprise Apps (Word,

Excel, Outlook)

Complex games

Robust Web Browsing

Video conferencing, VoD

Interactive gaming

Wireless VPNs,

Streaming video

Source : iSuppli

MULTIMEDIA

STREAMING

E
-
MAIL

INTERACTIVITY

Peak Data
Transmission

(Mbps)

Capex Spending Beyond 3G

$0
$2,000
$4,000
$6,000
$8,000
$10,000
$12,000
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Millions of Dollars
s
4G (WiMAX, LTE)
3.5G (HSDPA/HSUPA,
CDMA2000-1X-EV-DO
Rev A/RevB)
3G (W-CDMA/UMTS,
CDMA2000-1X-EV-DO
2.5G (GPRS/EDGE,
CDMA2000-1X
2G (TDMA, iDEN, GSM,
cdmaONE)
Chart provided by iSuppli Research Q4 2006

North American Spending by Technology



Carrier spending
begins in 2007 with
significant
momentum seen in
2008.



Competitive
solution needed
against existing
broadband and
broadcast
technologies



Mobile TV and
video viewed as
“must
-
have”
technologies

LTE: Confluence of WCDMA and OFDMA
Drives Rich Media Applications


Current 3G networks
support low
-
level data
transmission


Text and small video
clips only

14.4
Mbps
downlink

5.6

Mbps
uplink


Advanced
applications
include cellular
VoIP, interactivity
and real
-
time
streaming


Wireless
connection
matches advanced
broadband levels


3X improvement

over HSPA with

20ms latency

100
Mbps
downlink

50

Mbps
uplink

Development Ecosystem Provides

A View of LTE Functionality

Silicon


TMS320TCI6487 3GHz

multi
-
core device delivers
optimized performance


TMS320TCI6482 1 GHz single
core device widely deployed in
base stations worldwide

Software


Optimized software

library includes

LTE
-
specific algorithms


Library leverages existing
WiMAX Wave 2
-
compliant
software

Hardware Platforms


Development platforms

from third parties

enable evaluations

and network trials


AMC cards available from
Mercury Computer and

Silicon Turnkey Express


AXIS offers analog

front
-
end card

System Expertise


Design portfolio leverages
system
-
level benchmarks


Benchmarks illustrate

system architectures

to support existing

3G designs plus

WiMAX

and LTE

TMS320TCI6482

TMS320TCI6487

Optimized Silicon Delivers Performance,
System Partitioning

TMS320TCI6487


3GHz

TMS320TCI6482


1GHz

Ensemble


MTI
-
203 RapidIO® AdvancedMC®


High
-
performance AMC for next
-
generation BTS application development


Supports LTE and WiMAX base station
development


Combined DSP and FPGA technology
enables optimal application partitioning


Exceptional flexibility and value for base
station developers


Specifications



3 TI C6482 1 GHZ DSPs



1 Xilinx
®

V4 FX100 FPGA



Embedded RapidIO endpoint



4x serial RapidIO interface


Onboard serial RapidIO switch


More info at www.mc.com/ensemble

Integrated system
-
level solutions to speed
application development

AMC70K2000 from Silicon Turnkey Express

AMC70K2000 Highlights



4
TI TMS3220C6455/6482 DSPs
-

each port connected
x4 SRIO lanes


IDT70K2000 SRIO Switch with Pre
-
Processing for
enhanced DSP performance


3 Gigabit Ethernet into Backplane, 1 Line IO


External DRAM DDR2 up to 128 Mbytes per DSP


Mezzanine port x4 SRIO interface for expansion


Flash Storage (Serial High Speed) and I2C


JTAG, System Boot Master, DSPs, MMC


Local Power Option for Stand
-
alone Operation


Full Height Single width size AMC.0, .4 (180mm x 74mm)

Silicon Turnkey Express, STx,

is a
designer and producer of ODM (Original
Design Manufacturer) reference platforms. STx
focuses on providing integration, support, and
design services to semiconductor suppliers as
well as production ready solutions. OEMs can
contract with STx to go from “concept to
product” with their professional design service
and EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services).
Learn more about STx at
www.silicontkx.com
.

AXIS Network Technology Platform


Part of the family of Axis OFDM Focused Platforms


Enabled for LTE and WiMAX


Multi
-
channel


MIMO Capable


Wide Band using TI
-

Modulators


High Peak Average Capability


CFR algorithms


Builds on WiMAX Capabilities


Dual Mode….WiMAX and LTE possible


TI Fast ADC enhances performance of Axis DPD system


Enables Axis high efficiency OFDM power amplifiers


Scalable Platform for 2
-
4 channel systems

Texas Instruments:

Commitment, Leadership and Expertise


10 out of the top 10
base station OEMs
use TI technology
and our solutions

will continue to

lead the way


Only solution
provider to offer
broadband, fixed line
and mobile solutions


In
-
house process

and manufacturing
capabilities deliver
more robust
solutions


Systems expertise

via acquisitions and
breadth of product
portfolio delivers the
only end
-
to
-
end signal
chain solution


Only carrier
-
class
quality management
PIQUA™ software


Proven experience

with OFDM
-
based
technology drives
WiMAX and LTE
solutions



Product roadmap
continues to deliver
low
-
cost, high
-

performance solutions


Early positions with
TDM and VoIP
technologies benefit
future products


Early positions in 3G
and advanced wireless
standards through
contribution in
standards bodies

Commitment

Leadership

Expertise