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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-04/0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

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1 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Application of mmW video distribution system] Date Submitted: [17 Mar, 2004] Source: [Ami Kanazawa and Hiroyo Ogawa] Company [Communication Research Laboratory, Incorporated Administrative Agency] Address [3-4 Hikarino-oka, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan.] Voice: [ ], FAX: [ ] Abstract: [Application of millimeter-wave video distribution system in the baseball stadium] Purpose: [Contribution to millimeter-wave interest group at March 2004 meeting] Notice: This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P working group. It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend, or withdraw material contained herein. Release: The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P

2 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 2 Application of millimeter-wave video distribution system* * doc.: IEEE /479r0, doc.: IEEE /006r0

3 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 3 Specification of 60-GHz Transceiver RF frequency (RF) GHz Local tone (Lo)59.01 GHz IF frequency MHz Total power10 mW Antenna gain23 dBi (Tx, Rx) Diameter11 cm Weight600 g (including the metal fittings)

4 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 4 Photos of the Baseball Dome Stadium

5 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 5 Broadcasting Video Signal Transmission in the Dome Power supply Display Modulator Tx Domed baseball stadium Video camera 210m Horizontal polarization 220m 3 F 2F Rx Vertical polarization Tx BS tuner Video signal Rx

6 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 6 Construction of 60-GHz Transmission Link FM Modulator Video signal Vertical Horizontal Tx 3F AMP BS-Tuner TV with a built-in BS tuner TV 2F Rx 4 Rx 1 Tx 60 GHz BS- 5ch ( MHz) BS-Tuner Rx 3 Power supply 60 GHz 1.3  Rx 2

7 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 7 External View of Transmitter TX

8 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 8 External View of Receiver on 2nd Floor RX Display RX

9 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 9 Budget of 60-GHz Transmission Link ParameterValue Transmission power10 mW Antenna gain (Tx, Rx)23 dBi Transmission distance220 m Loss114.8 dB Bandwidth27 MHz k1.38e-23 JK T300 K NF6 dB C/N threshold14 dB C/N margin8.3 dB

10 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 10 Received Level Characteristics during 4 days Deviation within 3.3 dBm over the 4 days was observed

11 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 11 Isolation between V and H Polarizations (XPD) Sufficient isolation (XPD) observed (no deterioration in the video signal). Multiplex transmission using dual polarization is an effective way to increase user capacity. PolarizationReceived levelIsolation (XPD) Same polarization Cross polarization Horizontal (3F) dBm-67.7 dBmMore than 52.2 dB Vertical (2F) dBm-76.5 dBmMore than 44.6 dB

12 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 12 Conclusion 60-GHz video transmission link in the dome has achieved 220-m transmission Constant characteristics Sufficient XPD This link will play an important role as an entrance link for WPAN in the dome and other places

13 doc.: IEEE /0153r1 Submission March, 2004 Ami Kanazawa, CRLSlide 13 mmW WPAN in the dome stadium using mmW entrance link Access Point Mobile terminal mmW P-P Link Access Point Area covered by mmW WPAN mmW entrance link


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