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1 WWRF Conference Panel Discussion Summary IEEE Presentation Submission Template (Rev. 9)Document Number:IEEE L /073Date Submitted:Source:Rath Vannithamby Voice:Intel CorporationVenue:Base Contribution:Purpose:To give a summary of the WWRF conference presentation and panel discussionNotice:This document does not represent the agreed views of the IEEE Working Group or any of its subgroups. It represents only the views of the participants listed in the “Source(s)” field above. It is offered as a basis for discussion. It is not binding on the contributor(s), who reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein.Release:The contributor grants a free, irrevocable license to the IEEE to incorporate material contained in this contribution, and any modifications thereof, in the creation of an IEEE Standards publication; to copyright in the IEEE’s name any IEEE Standards publication even though it may include portions of this contribution; and at the IEEE’s sole discretion to permit others to reproduce in whole or in part the resulting IEEE Standards publication. The contributor also acknowledges and accepts that this contribution may be made public by IEEEPatent Policy:The contributor is familiar with the IEEE-SA Patent Policy and Procedures:< and <Further information is located at < and < >.
3 WWRF Conference Overview WWRF – Wireless World Research ForumGlobal vision for a wireless worldShaping the Global Wireless FutureDeveloping a common vision for the future of wireless to drive research and standardizationInfluencing decision makers’ views of the wireless worldEnabling powerful R&D collaborationsAdvancing wireless frontiers to serve our customersWWRF MembershipOver 140 member organizationsWWRF Sponsor Members:Alcatel-Lucent, Broadcom, China Mobile, Ericsson, France Telecom, Huawei, Intel, LGE, Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nortel, Samsung, Vodafone
5 WWRF Conference Overview Meets twice every yearLast meeting #19Held in Chennai, IndiaDuring 11/05/07-11/07/07Theme “Vision 2020”More details can be found atHosted by: CEWiT/India and Midas
6 Emerging Wireless Standards – Panel Discussion Moderator:Dr. Werner Mohr, Vice-President, Siemens AGPanelists:– Dr. Rath Vannithamby, Intel Corporation3GPP - Dr. Adrian Scrase, ETSI3GPP2 – Dr. By Yi (replaced by Hardeep Saini from Qualcomm)CJK - Mr. Hu Wang, Huawei
7 Emerging Wireless Standards – Panel Discussion Highlights from presentation:802.16m Scope:Expect to significantly improve mobile performance more than 2X the current e capabilities802.16m Requirements:System Requirements Document was completed Sept’07Evaluation Methodology Document is presently being developedCall for proposals for System Description Document was issued on Oct 22,‘07IEEE m is being developed to meet IMT-Advanced RequirementsEnd user value can be maximized by enabling transparent access to the Mobile Internet in a seamless mannerIMT-Advanced will be critical enabling international standards harmonization for Mobile broadband
8 Emerging Wireless Standards – Panel Discussion Highlights from 3GPP presentation:Three parallel paths: GSM/EDGE evolution, UMTS evolution, LTE3GPP will develop an advanced form of LTE (complemented by SAE and IMS)LTE (advanced)UL 100 Mbps?, DL 1000 Mbps? Using MHzCandidate for IMT-Advanced, not limitedCharacterized by:Full Mobility, Wide area coverage, Data rates exceeding those obtainable with LTE, Latency lower than that obtainable with LTE, Ability to handle large traffic volumesConsensus building may take place:Among 3GPP Partners, Bilaterally between SDOs, Within SDOs, Within the Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) framework, Within the ITUReducing the number of candidates has obvious economic advantages!
9 Emerging Wireless Standards – Panel Discussion Highlights from 3GPP2 presentation:3GPP2 TSG-C formed the Next Generation Technology AdHoc (NTAH)a focus group responsible for the technological developmentassessment and evaluation of the next generation wireless air interfaceJuly 2007UMB:initial publication – April 2007V2.0 technical update – Sept. 2007Future UMB systems (air-interface and network) can evolve to support IMT-Advanced targets of 100 MHz bandwidth and 1 Gbps peak data rate with backward compatibility to UMB-13GPP2 is eager to engage other standards bodies to converge the next-generation Air-Interface and Access Networks
10 Emerging Wireless Standards – Panel Discussion Highlights from CJK presentation:CJK B3G Collaboration Time Plan – Phased approachPhase 0 – Scoping, Objectives, Memberships [ ]Phase 1 – Service requirement, service scenarios, etc., [ ]Phase 2 – Evaluation, demonstration, etc., [ ]Phase 3 – Standardization collaboration 2007+CJK:B3G Working Group regional cooperation for international IMT-Advanced standardizationSimilar approaches being taken towards IMT-Advanced standardizationGood cooperation expected as what is going on now, and willing to cooperate with other regions of the world
11 SummaryIEEE , 3GPP and 3GPP2 plan to submit candidate proposals for IMT-AdvancedAll four panelists and the moderator mentioned about consensus building across SDOsAlso questions from the floor on where and how the harmonization could happenThere was a request from the audience to consider the “emerging wireless markets” requirements in developing the IMT-Advanced technologiesE.g., interference seen in cellular networks in India is very high due to the deployments based on population density