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1 1 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. 3G RAN Long Term Evolution alias Super 3G alias S3G NB!: 3G Long Term Evolution is still in the process of being standardized within 3GPP, and this presentation includes some Ericsson working assumptions which in the end might deviate from the final standard. Dr. Håkan Andersson Director, S3G Program Manager WCDMA Radio Network Business Unit Access Ericsson AB

2 2 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Access development in NGN Everything Over All applications (e.g. voice, data, video) Common transport Mobile Access Cupper Access Coax Access Telephony Data TV Objective for 3G LTE: To develop the 3G access to carry everything

3 3 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Worldwide fixed & mobile active subscriptions Forecast ( ) (Year -end) Fixed Broadband (Cable, xDSL,Ethernet) Fixed (POTS/ISDN) Mobile Source: Internal Ericsson

4 4 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Telephony Office TV Mobile Home Mobile Triple Play - Telephony, Data and Video/TV delivered by 3G networks

5 5 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. WCDMA performance roadmap Continuous improvement of data performance Latency (ms) Capacity DL (Mbps/5 MHz) Peak DL (Mbps/5 MHz) Capacity UL (Mbps/5 MHz) Peak UL (Mbps/5 MHz) (4-5) ~ ~ * * 25 ~ HSDPA Enh UL HSDPA Ph2 (GRAKE) MBMS Enh UL Ph2 3G LTE R WCDMA OFDM (Targets) OFDM on 20 MHz gives 100 / 50 Mbps in DL / UL respectively. 2x2 ant. assumed for the DL * With 2x2 MIMO in DL these numbers will be higher

6 6 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. HSDPA & Enhanced Uplink for Mobile Broadband

7 7 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. 25.7% Laptop PC sequential growth rate 2004E PC Trends Fast growth Shifting from household to personal device Mobility is built-in PC is a complement to the mobile phone attractive to enterprise and consumer market Source: forecast by JPMorgan, August 2004 A mobile terminal is not always a mobile phone The Personal Computer goes mobile Desktop, US Laptop, US Computer Sales 000 Source: IDC, 2003 Laptop, WE Desktop, WE

8 8 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. HSDPA and Enhanced Uplink Fast and cost efficient Mobile Wireless Access anywhere Global Standard High volumes, low cost Reduced Latency Quick response time Reduced Cost/GByte 5 higher system capacity Lower cost/GByte High Speed Higher bit rates: up to 14 Mbps Cost Efficient Roll-out Software upgrade in existing network

9 9 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. 160 BB subs 25 kbit/s dimensioning per user – same as fixed offering HSDPA 2 HSDPA carriers = 4Mbit/s sector capacity 160 BB subs Example DSLAM 2x E1 = 4Mbit capacity 160 ADSL subs. 25 kbit/s dimensioning per user* (typical Western Europe) ADSL Example End-user Bandwidth Perception is similar between ADSL and HSDPA Similar bandwidth experience for an ADSL subscriber (left) and a 3G HSDPA subscriber (right) NB! With G-RAKE receivers the capacity will double to about 320 BB subs per sector

10 10 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Mobile Broadband Its already happening Source: Web advertisements, H2 2004

11 11 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. MBMS for Mobile TV

12 12 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. MOBILE PHONES TO REPLACE TV AS PRIME AD MEDIUM Mobile phones will replace TV as most important medium, says ad agency chief By Gary Silverman in London Published: April :00 | Last updated: April :00 Mobile telephones and other wireless communication devices will soon become the most important medium for advertisers to reach technology-savvy consumers, one of the world's leading advertising executives said yesterday. The forecast by Andrew Robertson, chief executive of Omnicom's BBDO advertising agency, the world's third-biggest, underscores the uncertainties facing advertisers in developed markets as they shift from their traditional dependence on television. Source: Financial Times

13 13 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Core Network Channel delivery today SGSN GGSN SGSN

14 14 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Core Network Channel delivery via MBMS SGSN GGSN SGSN

15 15 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Service customization (service differentiation, personalization, etc) Low (10 channels) High (10K Channels) Simultaneously reachable users Few (150 k) Many (200 M) Technology options for interactive services DVB-H or Cellular BC Unicast UMTS & GSM/GPRS Schematic diagram DVB-H ~330 kbps (13.3 Mbps / 40 channels) MBMS/UMTS: kbps MBMS/GSM: kbps MBMS/UMTS: kbps MBMS/GSM: kbps UMTS: 64 kb/s (CS), 128 kb/s (PS) GPRS: kbps (PS) EDGE: ~ 100 kbps (PS) Long term 3G evolution

16 16 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. WCDMA performance roadmap Continuous improvement of data performance Latency (ms) Capacity DL (Mbps/5 MHz) Peak DL (Mbps/5 MHz) Capacity UL (Mbps/5 MHz) Peak UL (Mbps/5 MHz) (4-5) ~ ~ * * 25 ~ HSDPA Enh UL HSDPA Ph2 (GRAKE) MBMS Enh UL Ph2 3G LTE R WCDMA OFDM (Targets) OFDM on 20 MHz gives 100 / 50 Mbps in DL / UL respectively. 2x2 ant. assumed for the DL * With 2x2 MIMO in DL these numbers will be higher

17 17 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. What is 3G LTE A step in performance and capabilities –Data rates up to 100 Mbps in local area –Latency less than 10 ms –Improved spectrum efficiency –IP optimized –Broadcasting –Spectrum flexibility Wider carrier bandwidth based on AML-OFDM (up to 20 MHz, scalable downwards) Wider carrier bandwidth based on AML-OFDM (up to 20 MHz, scalable downwards) HSDPAEnhanced UL WCDMA evolved 4G G Super 3G 2009 New Spectrum2G / 3G Spectrum

18 18 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. 3GPP Targets for Evolved UTRAN and UTRA from TSG-RAN meeting Athens Dec 2004: 1(2) Increased data rates Significantly increased peak data rate e.g. 100 Mbps (downlink) and 50 Mbps (uplink) Increase cell edge bitrate whilst maintaining same site locations as deployed today Significantly improved spectrum efficiency ( e.g. 2-4 x Rel6) Reduced latencies Possibility for a Radio-access network latency (user-plane UE – RNC (or corresponding node above Node B) - UE) below 10 ms Significantly reduced C-plane latency (e.g. including the possibility to exchange user-plane data starting from camped-state with a transition time of less than 100 ms (excluding downlink paging delay)) Designed for IP traffic Efficient support of the various types of services, especially from the PS domain (e.g. Voice over IP, Presence) Support of further enhanced IMS and core network Further enhanced MBMS

19 19 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. 3GPP Targets for Evolved UTRAN and UTRA from TSG-RAN meeting Athens Dec 2004: 2(2) Spectrum and deployment flexibility Scaleable bandwidth 5, 10, 20 and possibly 15 MHz 1.25, 2.5 MHz: to allow flexibility in narrow spectral allocations where the system may be deployed Operation in paired and unpaired spectrum should not be precluded Possibility for simplified co-existence between operators in adjacent bands as well as cross- border co-existence Cost effective introduction Cost effective migration from Rel-6 UTRA radio interface and architecture Support for inter-working with existing 3G systems and non-3GPP specified systems Backwards compatibility is highly desirable, but the trade off versus performance and/or capability enhancements should be carefully considered. Reduced CAPEX and OPEX including backhaul Reasonable system and terminal complexity, cost, and power consumption.

20 20 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Ericsson assumptions for S3G OFDM based radio S3G radio will support PS bearers only Common upper layer protocols between WCMDA PS-domain and S3G Simplified S3G deployment Seamless mobility between WCDMA PS-domain and S3G Only one standard, common for WCDMA PS-domain and S3G, for the 3GPP evolution S3G shall be possible to deploy as a stand-alone system Easy migration into all spectrum (e.g GSM) spectrum is essential

21 21 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. The IP-optimized Layer2 and Layer3 protocols in Super 3G should be applicable also for HSDPA to enable: - Cost efficient roll-out of Super 3G starting in areas with need of high data rate - Efficient hand-off for service continuity between WCDMA/HSDPA and Super 3G - Cost efficient upgrades of existing WCDMA/HSDPA equipment to Super 3G Cost efficient roll-out of Super 3G by sharing common IP-optimized protocols with WCDMA/HSDPA WCDMA/HSDPA Coverage Super 3G coverage Efficient hand-off for coverage and service continuity

22 22 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Super 3G is IP optimised for an All IP Network Public Internet Corporate Interanet Corporate Interanet ISP HSSIMSBilling MGw MSC Server PSTN Firewall Standard IP based transport Node B+ RNC Server AEN Other access e.g. WLAN, ADSL,...

23 23 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Approved schedule for a 3G evolution SI & WI #25 #28#27#26 #29 #32#31#30 #33 #36#35#34 #38#37 Study Item (SI) period Work Item (WI) period (Indicative Deadline)

24 24 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. RAN#31, 8-10 March, China Revised work plan Working assumption on complete concept Channel structure MIMO scheme to be used for evaluation Signalling procedures Mobility details RAN#31, 8-10 March, China Revised work plan Working assumption on complete concept Channel structure MIMO scheme to be used for evaluation Signalling procedures Mobility details RAN#30, 30 Nov-2 Dec, Malta Revised work plan RAN Architecture including RAN migration scenarios Radio Interface Protocol Architecture States and state transitions Physical Layer Basics Multiple access scheme Macro-diversity or not RF Scenarios Measurements RAN#30, 30 Nov-2 Dec, Malta Revised work plan RAN Architecture including RAN migration scenarios Radio Interface Protocol Architecture States and state transitions Physical Layer Basics Multiple access scheme Macro-diversity or not RF Scenarios Measurements RAN#32, 31 May- 2 June, TBD Concept TR for approval TR having Stage 2 level of details in order for smooth transition to Work Item phase WIs created and their time plan agreed RAN#32, 31 May- 2 June, TBD Concept TR for approval TR having Stage 2 level of details in order for smooth transition to Work Item phase WIs created and their time plan agreed RAN#29, Sept, Tallin Revised work plan RAN-CN functional split agreed RAN-CN migration scenarios included RAN#29, Sept, Tallin Revised work plan RAN-CN functional split agreed RAN-CN migration scenarios included RAN #27, 9-11 March, Tokyo Work plan agreed TR Structure agreed 1 st list of requirements RAN #27, 9-11 March, Tokyo Work plan agreed TR Structure agreed 1 st list of requirements RAN #28, 1-3 June, Quebec Revised Work plan Requirement TR approved deployment scenarios included requirements on migration scenarios included RAN #28, 1-3 June, Quebec Revised Work plan Requirement TR approved deployment scenarios included requirements on migration scenarios included MarAprMayJunMarJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFeb Jun Apr May RAN Study Item Milestones

25 25 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved. Summary An important aspect of an NGN network is a multi-capable access Mobile systems are already evolving to have the capability to cater for Mobile Triple Play Voice already today HSDPA and Enhanced UL for ADSL access to internet HSDPA and MBMS for mobile TV 3G Long Term Evolution ensures the specification of a multi- capable access that is capable of carrying a wide range of different types of traffic also in the beyond 2010 time frame

26 26 Open Workshop on NGN, Brussels, June 22, 2005 © Copyright Ericsson AB All right reserved.


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