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1 Fostering worldwide interoperability Activities of ARIB after the last Meeting Masayoshi WAKAO Secretary General & Senior Managing Director ARIB Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 DOCUMENT #:GSC14-PLEN-18R1 FOR:Presentation SOURCE:ARIB AGENDA ITEM:Plenary 4.1

2 Fostering worldwide interoperability 2 Geneva, July 2009 Advanced Wireless Communications IMT-2000: Continuing enhancement and updates LTE, HSPA etc. IMT-Advanced: Started preparation of RIT proposals and evaluation report Based on 3GPP LTE-Advanced and IEEE m Broadband Wireless Access: Enhancement and Updates continue WiMAX, IEEE and XGP (Next Generation PHS) based systems Current Activities (1/2)

3 Fostering worldwide interoperability 3 Geneva, July 2009 Digital Broadcast Systems ISDB Standardization Completed Enhancement for Advanced BS after 2011 Refinement for Earthquake Alert Service Established new units and started activities for future Services (UHDTV,3D-TV etc.) Others Integrated Transport System (ITS) Emergency Communication System EMC Current Activities (2/2)

4 Fostering worldwide interoperability 4 Geneva, July 2009 Radio Interface Technology for IMT- Advanced To promote its standardization through contributions to ITU-R and other activities 2 proposals will be produced (3GPP LTE- Advanced basis and IEEE m basis) Deadline in October 2009 Strategic Direction & Challenges (1/3)

5 Fostering worldwide interoperability 5 Geneva, July 2009 Digital Television To standardized Ultra HDTV based on SMPTE S Investigating trends on 3D-TV standardization Strategic Direction & Challenges (2/3)

6 Fostering worldwide interoperability 6 Geneva, July 2009 Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting Implement services after analog TV termination in 2011 using VHF Bands Three systems are being proposed ISDB-T SB for regional service ISDB-T mm and MediaFLO for national service Needs for new ARIB standards to embark new services Strategic Direction & Challenges (3/3)

7 Fostering worldwide interoperability 7 Geneva, July 2009 Global Standardization Closer collaboration among SDOs towards Global Standards Active exchange of information and views with other SDOs at meetings such as GSC, ITU-R WPs and CJK. Next Steps/Actions

8 Fostering worldwide interoperability 8 Geneva, July 2009 Supplementary Slides

9 Association of Radio Industries and Businesses Activities of ARIB after the last Meeting - Standardization for Radio Systems - Masayoshi WAKAO Secretary General and Senior Managing Director

10 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report10 13 July 2009 CONTENTS Activities on Advanced Wireless Communications Standardization 3GPP and 3GPP2 IMT-Advanced Broadband Wireless Access Spectrum Re-allocation

11 Activities on Advanced Wireless Communications Standardization 11 CJK-PLE July 2009

12 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report12 13 July 2009 IMT-2000 Mobility Low High New Mobile Access New Nomadic /R-LAN Enhanced IMT-2000 Enhancement Peak Useful Data Rate (Mb/s) Work target Note: The illustration is based on Fig. 2 of ITU-R Rec. M.1645 Enhanced 3G 4G BWA Advanced Wireless Communications

13 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report13 13 July 2009 Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee (ADWICS) in ARIB Establishment April, 2006 Scope of Work To conduct technical studies on Advanced Wireless Communications Systems: IMT- 2000, IMT-Advanced and Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) To contribute to the global standardization Minor reorganizations take place in accordance with circumstances

14 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report14 13 July 2009 Next-Generation PHS WG Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee (ADWICS) BWA Subcommittee International Relations WG WG WiMAX WG Organization of ADWICS Collaboration Group Standardization Study Group 3GPP Meeting Invitation Group ( (Japanese Friends of 3GPP) ) Steering Committee IMT-Advanced Subcommittee* IMT Partnership Subcommittee* Ad-hoc Groups 3GPP related Ad-hocs 3GPP-SA/RAN/CT Support WGs 3GPP2 Support WG WP5D WG RIT Study Group Evaluation G WG-I WG-L Mobile Commerce Subcommittee

15 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report15 13 July 2009 IMT Partnership Subcommittee Scope of Work: Operation of 3GPPs as one of Organizational Partners Subcommittee members activities support and information exchange in 3GPPs Consideration and handling of ARIB contribution to 3GPPs on national regulatory requirements aspects Downstream activities of the specification developed by 3GPPs for ARIB Standard

16 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report16 13 July 2009 IMT Partnership Subcommittee 3GPP-SA Support WG 3GPPs Evolution/Scope handling AdHoc 3GPPs Working Procedure AdHoc Finance AdHoc (recess) 3GPP Meeting Invitation Group 3GPP2 Support WG TSG-SA WGs Support AdHocs TSG-RAN WGs Support AdHocs 3GPP-RAN Support WG 3GPP-CT Support WG 3GPP Improvement AdHoc IMT Partnership Subcommittee

17 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report17 13 July 2009 ARIB publishes standards on IMT-2000 DS-CDMA and MC-CDMA based on 3GPPs specifications and updates every 3-4 months. Both 3GPP and 3GPP2 specifications approved/published by the end of 2008 have been transposed to ARIB standards. 3GPP LTE specs are now included in the ARIB standards. Current Version (Approved at 73rd ARIB Standard Assembly, March 2009) STD-T63/TR-T12 IMT-2000 DS-CDMA and TDD-CDMA System Ver STD-T64/TR-T13 IMT-2000 MC-CDMA System Ver.4.80 Recent Activities of IMT Partnership Subcommittee

18 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report18 13 July 2009 IMT-Advanced Subcommittee Scope of Work – To conduct technical studies on IMT-Advanced – To promote its standardization through contributions to ITU and other activities

19 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report19 13 July 2009 Reorganization in IMT-Advanced Subcommittee Circumstances Recent activities of 3GPPs and other Organization for making IMT-Advanced specifications proposals (3GPP, 3GPP2 and IEEE802.16) Optimizing resource allocation is needed for proposal development Reorganization to establish Radio Interface Technology (RIT) Study Group was approved (May 2008) Two Working Groups established to prepare draft proposal of IMT-Advanced radio interface technology (September 2009) WG-I Proposal based on IEEE802.16m WG-L Proposal based on 3GPP LTE-Advanced One Working Group established to evaluate the ARIB proposals and other proposals (November 2009)

20 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report20 13 July 2009 Current Organization of IMT-Advanced Subcommittee IMT- Advanced Subcommittee Collaboration Group WP5D WG RIT Study Group Evaluation G Newly established WG - LWG - I Standardization Study Group RIT: Radio Interface Technology

21 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report21 13 July 2009 Working Milestones for IMT-Advanced 1.Facilitate Japanese enterprises to participate in SDOs (Jan-May, 2009) 2.Express basic endorsement relating to radio systems of SDOs and Japans evaluation/proposals (Jun 2009) 3.Review of self-evaluation results in Japan (Jun-Sep 2009) 4.Deliberation on the adequacy of proposed system (Sep 2009) 5.Submission of Japans proposal to ITU-R (Oct 2009) 21

22 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report22 13 July 2009 BWA Subcommittee Scope of Work To study technologies on broadband wireless access (BWA) systems and standardize their technical specifications as ARIB Standards. Target systems are broadband wireless access systems in the 2.5 GHz band of which technical conditions have been studied by Telecommunications Council. Technologies under Study Mobile WiMAX (based on IEEE Standard amended by e- 2005) TDD-Wideband and 625k MC modes (based on IEEE ) Next-Generation PHS (based on PHS MoU Group* Standard)) BWA Subcommittee International Relations WG Next-Generation PHS WG WG WiMAX WG * known as XGP Forum now

23 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report23 13 July 2009 WG Activities in BWA Subcommittee WiMAX WG ARIB STD-T94 OFDMA Broadband Mobile Wireless Access System (WiMAX applied in Japan) Ver. 1.0 approved in Dec. 2007, updated to Ver. 1.4 in March 2009 (no fundamental changes since Ver. 1.0) Standard consists of Japans Radio Regulations, WiMAX End-to-End Network Systems Architecture, and WiMAX Forum Mobile System Profile including reference to IEEE and IEEE e-2005 Next-Generation PHS WG ARIB STD-T95 OFDMA/TDMA TDD Broadband Wireless Access System (Next Generation PHS) Ver. 1.0 approved in Dec. 2007, updated to Ver. 1.2 in March 2009 (no fundamental changes since Ver.1.0) Standard consists of Japans Radio Regulations and Next-Generation PHS Specifications standardized by PHS MoU Group* PHS MoU Group is now renamed as XGP Forum. Also Next-Generation PHS is now called XGP WG ARIB STD-T97 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access System IEEE TDD Wideband and 625k-MC Modes Application in Japan) Ver. 1.0 approved in Sep Standard consists of Japans Radio Regulations and reference to IEEE Specifications standardized by IEEE

24 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report24 13 July 2009 Deployment of BWA in Japan May 2007: MIC decided Radio Regulation for 2.5GHz Band Mobile BWA July 2007: MIC decided License Policy December 2007: MIC licensed two operators for the deployment of Mobile services WILLCOM, Inc. (Next-Generation PHS) UQ Communications Inc* (Mobile WiMAX) Changed the corporate name from Wireless Broadband Planning, Inc. in March 2008 June 2008: MIC licensed 42 applicants for Regional FWA services (including some temporal licensee) December 2008: A regional FWA operator started service on a trial basis February 2009: UQ Communications Inc started mobile services on a monitoring basis in limited areas.. July 2009: UQ Communications starts paid service of UQ WiMAX. April 2009: Willcom Inc started WILLCOM CORE XGP next generation PHS) mobile services on a monitoring basis in limited areas.

25 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report25 13 July GHz-band Channel Plan for BWA 2535MHz 2545MHz N-STAR MBSAT Guard Band 2625MHz 2630MHz2575MHz 2595MHz * Guard Band Total 10MHz of Guard Bands For this 10MHz bandwidth, operation is restricted until 31 December 2014 Mobile Communications (For Nation-wide deployment) Mobile Communications (For Nation-wide deployment) Fixed Wireless Access (For Regional deployment) UQ Communications IncWILLCOM, Inc.42 operators

26 Spectrum Re-allocation 26 CJK-PLE July 2009

27 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report27 13 July 2009 Frequency Allocation and Licences for 3G and BWA TDD system FDD system 2.0GHz 2.5GHz 1.7GHz 800MHz 900MHz 700MHz Current status 800MHz 900MHz 700MHz Shift/Convergence 1.5GHz Future 2.0GHz Analog television service to be discontinued NTT DoCoMo KDDI Softbank Currently deploying for 3G NTT DoCoMo KDDI Softbank Used for PDC (2G) For 3G deployment Just Licensed BWA NTT DoCoMo KDDI Used for PDC (2G) and 3G For 3G deployment Open for 3.9G License Application To be used as pair bands after July 2012 Assigned to cope with spectrum congestion NTT DoCoMo eMobile Started Service : March 31, 2007 UQ Communications (WiMAX TM ) Wilcom (Next Gen PHS) will start services in 2Q/09 Open for 3.9G License Application Open for 3.9G License Application Assign to cope with spectrum congestion For 3G deployment For 3G deployment

28 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report28 13 July 2009 UHF Band Re-Allocation Plan ( MHz) Terrestrial TV Broadcasting (13 – 52 channel) Terrestrial TV Broadcasting (53 – 62 channel) 770 MHz 2007 Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcasting (13 – 52 channel) Mobile Communications 770 MHz 710 ITS Guard Band After 25 July 2011 VHF Band Re-Allocation Plan(90-108MHz & MHz) ( Source : report of Telecom. Technology Sub-council ) 2007 FM broadcast 90 Terrestrial TV Broadcasting (1 – 3 channel) After 25 July Terrestrial TV Broadcasting (4 – 12 channel) MM Broadcast for Mobile (except TV) 222 MHz FM broadcast 90 Private Business and Local Government Including PPDR * Guard Band 222 MHz MM Broadcast for Mobile (except TV) Guard Band Spectrum Re-allocation of TV bands * After 25 July 2012

29 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report29 13 July 2009 Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcast Objectives and Goals To implement the analog to digital switchover by July 24, 2011 By April 2011; Household digital coverage : 100% # of household digital ready : 50 million # of digital TV receivers shipped : 100 million Progress DTTB started in three metropolitan areas (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya) on December 1st 2003 Household coverage of DTTB End of 2004: 38% End of 2005: 60% End of 2006: 82% (covered all prefecture capitals) End of 2007: 92% End of 2008: 96%* End of 2009: 97%* Estimated by ARIB based on the data as of 30 June 2008 from the Association for Promotion of Digital Broadcasting (Dpa)

30 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report30 13 July 2009 Plan vs. Actual Receiver shipment [ Million ] The 28th Olympics Athens FIFA World Cup Germany The 29th Olympics, Beijing FIFA World Cup S. Africa Analog transmission stops on July 24, 2011 Plan Actual progress (next slide) Target = 36 million Target = 100 million

31 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report31 13 July 2009 DTV Receivers Diffusion ,867 26,159 9,685 6,485 1, based on data from JEITA

32 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report32 13 July 2009 Percentage of DTV-Ready Households [%][%] The 28th Olympics Athens FIFA World Cup Germany The 29th Olympics, Beijing Analog transmission stops by July 24, 2011 Plan Approximation of actual progress Intermediate Target =

33 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report33 13 July 2009 Mobile Digital Television One-seg service started on December 1, 2006 Receiver shipped to the end of March 2009 More than 55 million one-seg capable cell phones 2.6 million one-seg capable car navigation systems Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting Service (MMBS) New technical requirements for MMBS are being studied for deployment after 2011 at the Telecommunication Council of MIC

34 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report34 13 July 2009

35 Association of Radio Industries and Businesses Activities of ARIB - Standardization for Radio Systems -

36 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report36 13 July 2009 CONTENTS Standardization Flow in Japan About ARIB R & D and Standardization

37 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report37 13 July 2009 Standardization Flow in Japan

38 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report38 13 July 2009 (Note) MIC: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Telecommunications (previously known as MPHPT) Radio Regulatory Council Rule making Telecom. Technology Sub-council Study Group Mandatory technical requirement MIC ITU-T/ITU-R Active and effective use of radio waves MICs radio station license Technical Assembly Technical Committee Working Group Voluntary TTC Standard TTC Standard Assembly R&D Group Technical Committee Voluntary ARIB Standard ARIB Demand Partici- pation Users, Operators, Suppliers Standardization Flow in Japan

39 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report39 13 July 2009 Government Regulations and ARIB Standards for radio systems

40 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report40 13 July 2009 About ARIB 40

41 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report41 13 July 2009 Outline of ARIB Establishment Establishment: merge of two organizations in 1995: Research & Development Center for Radio Systems (RCR) Broadcasting Technology Association (BTA ) Objective Objective: promotion of pubic welfare by means of: conducting investigation, R&D and consultation of utilization of radio waves promoting realization and dissemination of new radio systems Main Activities Main Activities: investigation and R&D on utilization of radio waves establishment of voluntary technical standards for radio systems consultation, dissemination, collection and publication of information on utilization of radio waves frequency change support for terrestrial digital TV broadcasting frequency expiration support for re-allotment of radio spectrum

42 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report42 13 July 2009 Organization of ARIB General Assembly Board of Directors Chairman Members Secretariat Secretary General Auditors Standard Council Standard Assembly Technical Committee Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee Electromagnetic Environment Committee Promotion Strategy Committee Management Strategy Committee Management Committee [R&D] [MGT] [PMT] [STD]

43 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report43 13 July 2009 MIC ARIBs R&D and Standardization Technical CommitteeAdvanced Wireless Communications Study Committee Electromagnetic Environment Committee R&D Group Considerations on Technical Requirements Rule making by the Ministry Standard Assembly Demands for voluntary standards Demands for radio systems Draft ARIB Standard Results of R&D Committees and subordinate groups for standardization inside ARIB ARIB Standard

44 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report44 13 July 2009 ARIB membership (As of March 1 st every year)

45 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report45 13 July 2009 Establishment: 1995 (reorganized from the RCR Standard Assembly and the BTA) Members: 207 (as of March 1, 2009) open to any entity, organization and person no limitation on nationality independent from ARIB membership Organization: ARIB Standard Assembly 21 Working Groups Standard Assembly ChairmanMembers For maintenance and enhancement of ARIB standards

46 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report46 13 July 2009 Members of ARIB Standard Assembly Telecommunications companies Broadcasting companies and organizations Research, Development and manufacture companies of radio equipment Wholesaler, bank, electricity, gas and service companies and corporations (as of March 1, 2009) Total: 271 Total: 207

47 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report47 13 July 2009 Outcome from Standard Assembly ARIB Standards (STDs): – voluntary standards of private sector ARIB Technical Reports (TRs): – technical information not including standards Number of STDs and TRs (March, 2008)As of March Free Download

48 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report48 13 July 2009 Taxonomy of ARIB Standards Telecommunications Radio facilities/equipment/devices for Telecom. Businesses (Mobile/Fixed, Land/Satellite, etc.) Radio facilities/equipment/devices for Other Businesses (trunked radio systems, radio systems for business, public safety, local government use, etc.) Low Power equipment/devices for data com., radio microphone, cordless telephone, WLAN/wireless access, RFID, ITS, UWB, etc. Others: SAR measurement for mobile phones, EMC, Power Line Communications, Optical Wireless LAN, etc. Broadcasting Digital Broadcasting (Terrestrial/Satellite, Fixed/Mobile Reception, TV/Multimedia) Transmission for programme contribution/distribution Studio facilities/equipment Quality Evaluation Methods (Video/Audio, mobile reception, FPD, etc.) Common or Others Measurement Methods

49 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report49 13 July 2009 Standards Colllaboration (General) 49 CJK IT Standards Meeting ARIB ATIS CCSA Communications Alliance ETSI ISACC TIA TTA TTC GSC/GRSC Ministry of Internal Affairs and Telecommunications MIC : I T U ASTAP A P T Up Stream TTA AWF CCSATTC MIC Down Stream ITU

50 GSC14-PLEN-xx 4.1 ARIB Report50 13 July 2009 Relation with other orgs. (Specific Projects) Broadcasting Telecommunications ARIB IEEE , 16, 20, etc. ETSI BRAN WiMAX Forum (IMT-Advanced) (Wireless Access/WLAN) (IMT-2000/Advanced ) ARIB/ATSC Regular Meeting ARIB/DVB Regular Meeting ETSI/DVB SMPTE WWRF NGMC Forum FuTURE Forum CJK Standards Meeting 3GPP/3GPP2 PHS MoU Group

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