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1 NetBeam Solution July 2014

2 Agenda mmWave Overview NetBeam Technical Overview and Architecture
Summary

3 mmWave Overview

4 What is E-band? 10 GHz spectrum: 71-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz
Advantages of E-band over traditional microwave bands: Uncongested, Practically Greenfield Very wide channels  Gigabit throughputs Regulated and lightly licensed Pencil-beams (beam-width < 1˚): Minimum interference Secure (hard to detect and intercept) Nearly unlimited frequency reuse E-band: <1 5.8 GHz: >10

5 mmWave Characteristics
Higher free space loss Higher antenna gain Narrower beam antennas Low attenuation due to atmospheric gases (peak at 60GHz due to oxygen absorption) High attenuation due to rain  Main factor that limits the effective link distance 8 GHz 38 GHz 71-76 GHz FSL 110 dB 124 dB 130 dB 8 GHz 38 GHz 71-76 GHz 1ft Antenna Gain 25 dBi 38 dBi 43 dBi 2ft Antenna Gain 31 dBi 44 dBi 50 dBi 8 GHz 38 GHz 71-76 GHz 1ft Antenna Beam Width 1.8° <1° 8 GHz 38 GHz 60 GHz 71-76 GHz Att dB/Km ~0 dB ~0.1 dB Up to ~15 dB ~0.5 dB

6 Why Millimeter-wave with Netronics?
Physical characteristics Very small devices Practically, no interference to the neighbors, hence, no spectrum congestion Few km distance with high availability (99.995%) High MTBF (>70 years) Hitless (errorless) adaptive modulation & coding Optional features: SyncE and IEEE1588TC AES Encryption OAM Ethernet Ring Protection

7 Why Millimeter-wave with Netronics?
Practical conclusions Own the Infrastructure Instant deployment Low cost – CAPEX and OPEX High capacity (1 Gbps) links Fast Deployment in dense areas No disruptions due to road maintenance

8 Applications

9 Campus Business Connectivity – Universities, Health
Typical scenario for Campus connectivity Extending to new buildings where fiber has no reach Normally short distance with high capacity requirement Fiber connection NetBeam wireless connection Building 3 Building 2 Building 4 Central Building Data Center Building 1

10 Disaster recovery – Ensuring Service Continuity
Typical scenario for Campus connectivity Resiliency for business customers against disasters Maintaining high availability Central Building Data Center x x Building 1 Building 2 NetBeam wireless connection Fiber connection

11 Extending High Capacity reach over Water or Rail
Typical scenario for Campus connectivity Resiliency for business customers against disasters Maintaining high availability NetBeam wireless connection

12 Municipalities, Local Government – Connecting Public Services
Local governments continue to improve services Free WIFI networks Safe city security networks House of commissioning Local need to connect local services Libraries, Public schools, Kindergarten, waste management Social communities Maintaining high availability and high capacity as minimum today MUNICIPALITY Command and Control POLICE Headquarter NetBeam M71 NetBeam 1G1

13 Future proof of surveillance network
Invisible street level & roof top installation with the industry's smallest form factor Unlimited capacity No Interference Cascaded Wireless Network Street Level Aggregation NetBeam M71 NetBeam 1G1

14 NetBeam Solution Deployed as Fiber Extension
NetBeam fits as a fiber extension solution to close the gaps between existing fiber POCs and businesses/multi-tenant buildings Main applications: SME / SMB broadband connectivity Security DSLAM / CMTS Aggregation Video Distribution / IPTV Fiber E-Band Radio Fast Deployment, Very FAST ROI

15 Last Mile and Small Cells Backhaul
Transport Network Core Network Cell Sites BSC/RNC/SAE-GW 1st Aggr. 2nd Aggr. 3rd Aggr. Last/First Mile Second Mile Middle Mile Small Cells Last/First Mile Second Mile Middle Mile 20 Mbps – 150 Mbps 20 Mbps – 300 Mbps 100 Mbps – 1 Gbps Over 1 Gbps Required link throughput <200 m <1.5 km (urban) 1 Km to 5 Km n X Km Distance between sites n X 100,000 n X 10,000 n X 1,000 n X 100 # of sites to be connected Last Mile Backhaul Second Mile Middle Mile 20Mbps - 300Mbps 100Mbps – 1Gbps Over 1Gbps Required link throughput <1.5 km (urban) 1Km to 5Km n X Km Distance between sites n X 10,000 n X 1,000 n X 100 # of sites to be connected

16 Ethernet Everywhere Campuses: Security: Computing:
Health Education Corporates, businesses Security: CCTV Computing: Distributed servers / storage Cloud computing LAN Extension Service providers, ISPs Backhaul Last mile

17 Product Highlights

18 Current product portfolio – Compact, Easy to Install, All Outdoor
High Performance 1 Gbps (aggregate or full duplex), symmetric/asymmetric Green, all outdoor, easy to install solution Light weight for ODU + 1ft. Antenna Reduced energy costs, 45W One cable installation (PoE) Affordable Low cost per link Lightly licensed spectrum Low cost OPEX

19 Netronics NetBeam Products Family

20 VLSI Based Platform - Wide-range Family of Products
CMOS Baseband (modem) Single chip Radio Transceiver Network Processor Ethernet All-outdoor unit Ethernet Ethernet Netronics CMOS base band (modem) chip Netronics antenna feed Netronics diplexer Netronics SiGe RFIC for E-band © 2013 All Rights reserved to Netronics Communication Ltd. Company Confidential

21 Link Availability for NetBeam E-band Radios
Link performance impacted by rain Built-in Hitless Adaptive Modulation: Dramatically increases link availability Throughput is decreased as rain attenuation increases Built-in QoS preserves high-priority traffic Throughput (Mbps) 100 2 4 1000 NetBeam Radios: Up to 4 Km Up to 1000 Mbps 99.99% Availability 1000Mbps Background File transfer Web surfing Real time streaming Throughput Complete link outage: 53 minutes/year >99.999% 99.997% 99.995% 99.999% 25 Mbps 350 Mbps 700Mbps 100 Mbps Voice Complete link outage: <5 minutes/year

22 NetBeam 1G Product Throughput Technology TDD Frequency 71-76 GHz
Up to 1000 Mbps HD License options: 100, 200, 500, 1000 Mbps May be divided: 50/50%, 25/75%, 10/90% GbE Ports 2 (RJ45 or SFP) Antenna 31 cm, integrated, Gain 43dBi (ETSI/FCC) 65 cm external, Gain 50dBi (ETSI/FCC) Weight 3 Kg Link Distance Max: up to 4500 m Typical: up to 3000 m

23 NetBeam M71 Product Throughput Technology TDD Frequency 71-76 GHz
700 Mbps HD May be divided: 50/50%, 25/75%, 10/90% GbE Ports 2 (RJ45 or SFP) Antenna 31 cm, integrated, Gain 43 dBi (ETSI/FCC) 65 cm external, Gain 50 dBi (ETSI/FCC) Weight 3 Kg Link Distance Max: up to 4500 m Typical: up to 3000 m

24 NetBeam 2G Product Throughput Technology FDD Frequency
71-76 / GHz Up to 1000 Mbps FD License options: 100, 200, 500, 1000 Mbps GbE Ports 4 (2xRJ45+2xSFP or 1xRJ45+3SFP) Antenna 31 cm, integrated, Gain 43 dBi (ETSI/FCC) 65 cm external, Gain 50 dBi (ETSI/FCC) Weight 4 Kg Link Distance Max: up to 4500 m Typical: up to 3000 m

25 Support both TDD and FDD Technologies
Site A Freq H Not used Freq L TX RX Site B FDD Site A Freq H TX Freq L RX Site B time time time time FDD: Throughput: FDD offers twice the throughput of TDD TDD: Cost: TDD is less expensive than FDD Inventory: TDD simplifies inventory: only one type of radio Symmetry: TDD offers asymmetric throughput allocation: 50%/50%, 75%/25%, 90%/10% Ideal for applications where downlink > uplink (CCTV, ISP, mobile backhaul)

26 Data Interface NetBeam 1G and M7
Supported Ethernet Interfaces: 2 x 100/1000Base-T (RJ45) 2 x 1000Base-X (SFP) Supported SFP Types: 1000Base-LX (1310 nm), SX (850 nm) Any combination of 2 Ethernet interfaces may be used at a given time

27 ODU Interface NetBeam 2G
Eth 1 to 4 - four Gigabit Ethernet data ports (ordering option): 2x Electrical 10/100/1000 (RJ45) + 2x SFP [1000Base-LX (1310 nm), SX (850 nm)] 1x Electrical 10/100/1000 (RJ45) + 3x SFP SFP [1000Base-LX (1310 nm), SX (850 nm)] PWR – DC Power connector (alternatively, connect PoE to port 1) AUX – AGC ports, Reset/Restore factory Defaults push-button PWR AUX 1 3 2 4 AGC port for Voltmeter probes 1. Reset 2. Restore factory defaults (press for more than 5 seconds)

28 System LEDs LED Indication Color Alternate PWR Power Boot
Green – Power OK Blink Green – device boot Red Power failure Reset (first 2 seconds) Off – N/A RF Link up Alignment Activity Green – Link up Blink Green – RF Activity Orange – Alignment mode Off – Link down ETH 1/2/3/4 Carrier (Link) Speed Green – Link 1G Blink Green – 1G Activity Orange – Link 10/100 Blink Orange– 10/100 Activity Off – No link (carrier) PWR RF Eth1 Eth2 Eth3 Eth4

29 Product features

30 Common feature set Integrated silicon solution:
High MTBF (>70 years) Low power consumption and PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) Advanced Layer-2 features: Provider Bridge (VLAN, Q-in-Q) MEF-compliant Quality of Service Spectrum efficiency: QPSK to 64QAM Hitless (errorless) adaptive modulation & coding Optional features: SyncE and IEEE1588TC AES Encryption OAM Ethernet Ring Protection

31 Backhaul Deployment Scenarios
Example 1 – Hub and Spoke: Example 2 - Ring: Example 3 – Daisy Chain: Ring Daisy Chain

32 Switching The NetBeam 1G incorporates a fully functional integrated Provider Bridge (IEEE 802.1ad) The IEEE 802.1ad PB, commonly known as QinQ, provides a second stack of VLAN in a bridged network forwarding (tunneling) frames from multiple customers through a provider network using service VLANs (S-VLAN) while maintaining the customer’s VLAN (C-VLAN) QoS-Aware Transparent Bridge (IEEE 802.1d) The NetBeam 1G provides a QoS-aware transparent bridge mode for network scenarios when the advanced networking and switching capabilities of the are not required. Minimal user configuration is required to achieve a point-to-point connection while still utilizing the Quality of Service and adaptive bandwidth, coding and modulation capabilities.

33 QoS – Classification and Rate Limiting
The NetBeam QoS Engine classifies the incoming packets onto streams by VID, PCP, DSCP (as defined by the IEEE Q/p and RFC-2475 standards), or alternatively MPLS EXP bit. Each stream may be assigned a bandwidth profile with CIR (committed rate), CBS (committed burst size), EIR (excess rate), EBS (excess burst size) color-mode. © 2013 All Rights reserved to Netronics Communication Ltd. Company Confidential

34 QoS – Scheduling Mechanism
Strict Priority Provides lowest latency for the highest class Lower priority packets are served only if all higher priority queues are empty Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ) Data packet scheduling technique maintaining fairness by applying weights to the queues Each queue is serviced in the order of its weighted proportion to the available resources Shaper Shaping retains excess packets in a queue and then schedules the excess for later transmission intermittently. The result of traffic shaping is a smoothed packet output rate. © 2013 All Rights reserved to Netronics Communication Ltd. Company Confidential

35 Ethernet OAM and Performance Monitoring
End-to-end Service OAM based on IEEE 802.1ag (CFM) providing end-to-end fault monitoring and performance measurements CFM Continuity Check Message (CCM) CFM Linktrace CFM Loopback Link OAM based on IEEE 802.3ah (EFM) EFM Discovery EFM Remote Loopback Performance monitoring according to Y.1731 Frame delay Frame loss Operator B Operator A © 2013 All Rights reserved to Netronics Communication Ltd. Company Confidential Link OAM 802.3ah Link OAM 802.3ah Service OAM 802.1ag / Y.1731

36 MEF Compliant NetBeam 1G equipment compliance
MEF 9, Ethernet Services Functionality E-Line, E-Lan and E-Tree services UNI attributes, Service frame delivery, VLAN tag support MEF 14, Ethernet Service Performance Service performance, Bandwidth profiles, BW profile rate enforcement MEF 21, UNI Type 2 – Link OAM OAM Discovery process, OAM PDU tests

37 Resiliency NetBeam supports non-proprietary protection and resiliency standards allowing mixed-vendor deployments to provide resiliency, higher reliability and better distribution of the network peak loads Supported resiliency standards: G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection Switching xDSL Fault Fiber

38 Synchronous Ethernet The NetBeam 1G provides Synchronous Ethernet capabilities receiving a synchronized Ethernet link and provides a synchronized Ethernet link on the other end of the wireless link within the required masks. Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) is a link-by-link distribution scheme that uses the Ethernet physical layer to accurately distribute the clock frequency. The ITU-T standard G.8261 defines various aspects of Synchronous Ethernet such as the acceptable limits of jitter and wander for packet networks as well as the minimum requirements for the synchronization function of network elements.

39 IEEE 1588v.2 Optimized Transport
The NetBeam 1G provides optimized transport of the IEEE 1588v.2 packets allowing to the slave to regenerate the clock within the required masks 1588TC NetBeam 1G supports 1588TC by HW NetBeam alters the timing contents of 1588 packet to compensate for the delay caused by the switch. The NetBeam 1G calculates how much time a ‘sync’ packet spends within the switch and modifies the timestamp to make up for the delay, this reduce the jitter of the network over the 1588 packets. The IEEE standard , also known as 1588v2, defines a packet-based, timestamp distribution between a master clock and a slave, whereby the timing information originates from a Grandmaster clock function that is usually traceable to a Primary Reference Clock (PRC) or Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

40 Security Features Physical Link / data encryption Management aspects :
Proprietary DSP, requires Netronics ODU to intercept Pencil beam – requires to be physically within antenna transmission path Synchronized transmission – only ‘man-in-the-middle’ interception for eavesdropping Link / data encryption AES with 128/256 bit security Link ID Management aspects : SFTP for file transfer CLI access only with SSH SNMPv3 (supporting both HMAC and MD5) WEB GUI only with https User access Different privileges categories TACACS+/ Radius user authentication

41 Antenna Self-designed, innovative 1’ (31cm) antenna designed for best price-performance ratio Type: Integrated, Cassegrain reflector Polarization: Vertical or Horizontal Performance: NetBeam “center-pole” mounting significantly lowers the wind factor Pole stability and vibration requirements for installation may be eased allowing low profile installations Diameter 31 (12.2”) 65 (25.6”) Gain 43dBi 50dBi Beam Width 0.8⁰ 0.5⁰ Pattern ETSI/FCC

42 RF Netronics integrated transceiver uses Silicon Germanium (SiGe) technology, involving state-of-the-art process technology and a novel RF and system design Operating Frequency: GHz, GHz (FDD) RF Channel Arrangement: 500 MHz: n x 500 MHz, n=0…8 250 MHz: n x 250 MHz, n=0...18 RF Channel Selection : via EMS/NMS/CLI Transmit Power (typical): TDD +5 ÷ +8 dBm FDD +7 ÷ +10 dBm

43 Modem NetBeam utilizes a single-chip OFDM modem
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is a multi-carrier modulation technique that employs overlapping, orthogonal narrow band signals NetBeam’s OFDM modem is able to perform rapid bandwidth, coding and modulation adaptations contributing to the link budget Transmit full bandwidth (500 MHz), ½ bandwidth (250 MHz), ¼ bandwidth (125 MHz) NetBeam’s OFDM modem is more robust to cope with multipath propagation. Spectral efficiency – 1 Gbps over 500 MHz Modulations: QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM

44 Standard Compliance CE Marked RF EN 302 217-3 1.3.1
FCC 47 CFR part 101:2009 EMC EN FCC 47 CFR part 15 Safety UL 60950 Operation EN Class 4.1E Storage EN Class 1.2 Transportation EN Class 2.2

45 Environmental Operating Temperature: -45° ÷ +55°C (-49° ÷ +131°F)
Relative Humidity: 0 to 100% Altitude (m): 4,500 (14,765 ft.) Ingress Protection Rating: IP67

46 Extremely Low Power Consumption
The NetBeam has an extremely low power consumption of 45W per side The low power consumption results in higher system reliability due to low heat dissipation The NetBeam may be power fed by either: Standard IEEE 802.3at-2009 Power over Ethernet (PoE+) Carrier-grade ±48VDC DC input range: ± 37 ÷ ± 57 VDC

47 Installer Friendly Extremely light weight: Quick antenna alignment
Can be carried up the mast on installers belt saving time and money Quick antenna alignment In current installation: the link was installed and aligned in under 15 minutes (following a short training) Quick release / attach mechanism for fast MTTR Azimuth alignment Fine alignment ± 8° Elevation alignment Fine alignment ± 16°

48 NetBeam 1G Dimensions and Weights
Form Factor All-outdoor Dimensions ODU (H x W x D): Antenna - 26 cm, 10.3” (Dia. x Depth): Antenna - 31 cm, 12.2” (Dia. x Depth): Antenna - 65 cm, 25.6” (Dia. x Depth): 24.5 cm x 22.5 cm x 5 cm (9.7” x 8.9” x 2”) 26 cm x 10 cm (10.3” x 3.9”) 31 cm x 11 cm (12.2” x 4.3”) 65 cm x 37 cm (25.6” x 14.6”) Weights ODU+ antenna (26 cm, 10.3”): ODU+ antenna (31 cm, 12.2”): ODU: Antenna (26 cm, 10.3”): Antenna (31 cm, 12.2”): Antenna (65 cm, 25.6”): 3 kg (6.6 lbs) 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs) 2 kg (4.4 lbs) 1 kg (2.2 lbs) 1.5 kg (3.3 lbs) 8 kg (18 lbs)

49 NetBeam 1G Dimensions and Weights
Form Factor All-outdoor Dimensions ODU (H x W x D): Antenna - 31 cm, 12.2” (Dia. x Depth): Antenna - 65 cm, 25.6” (Dia. x Depth): 24.5 cm x 22.5 cm x 7 cm (9.7” x 8.9” x 2”) 31 cm x 11 cm (12.2” x 4.3”) 65 cm x 37 cm (25.6” x 14.6”) Weights ODU+ antenna (31 cm, 12.2”): 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs)

50 Management NMS Interface Protocol: SNMP v2/v3
Element Management: Web-based EMS, CLI Management Interface: Via the Ethernet interfaces, in-band RSSI Indication: Accurate power reading available at ODU and management Performance Monitoring: Per Ethernet port statistics Per VLAN statistics Per queue statistics Enhanced radio statistics

51 Management Concept CLI for full configuration and maintenance
Web-based management interface SNMP v.2 and SNMP v.3 – configuration, monitoring and northbound default>show rf rf operational : up rf tx-state : normal rf rx-state : normal rf cinr : 19 rf rssi : -43 rf ptx : 5 rf channel-width : 500 rf frequency : 74000 rf role : master rf role-status : master rf mode : adaptive qpsk rf alignment-status : inactive rf lowest-modulation : qpsk rf tx-asymmetry : 50tx-50rx rf rx-link-id : 0 rf tx-link-id : 0 rf temperature : 52

52 Diagnostics Tools The NetBeam provides a rich set of indicators and diagnostic tools designed to monitor the link’s performance, identify operating faults and resolve them. ODU LEDs System Alarm and Events Alarm propagation – alerting other elements in the network when a fault occurs System statistics – Real time and historical data, including RF and Ethernet ports, VLAN and RSSI values System loopbacks – RF and Ethernet ports Admin status control for RF and Ethernet ports

53 Summary

54 Better, Smaller, Cheaper… and Proven
Last mile optimization Size, weight, ease of installation, power consumption Cost dramatically reduced Price lower than traditional MW Fits on simple poles, shorter installation time Smaller electricity bill, one cable feed (PoE) Carrier Class product with higher spectral efficiency MEF Compliant full L2 built in switch More available channels to further reduced spectrum costs Field Proven Over 8500 links deployed and operational over 3 years Operational in tier-1 operators’ networks and mission critical applications Weather resilient: Hurricane Sandy, Monsoon season in India

55 Better, Smaller, Cheaper… and Proven
Future Proof Network Processor 1G throughput capacity Integrated silicon solution: High MTBF (>70 years) Low power consumption and PoE Advanced Layer-2 features: Provider Bridge (VLAN, Q-in-Q) MEF-compliant Quality of Service Spectrum efficiency: QPSK to 64QAM Hitless adaptive modulation & coding Optional features: SyncE and IEEE1588TC AES Encryption OAM Ethernet Ring Protection

56 Thank You!


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