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16. Feb. 2004 Oh, Sung-Kon 16. Feb. 2004 Oh, Sung-Kon Strategies and Policies for Wireless IT Promotion in Korea.

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1 16. Feb Oh, Sung-Kon 16. Feb Oh, Sung-Kon Strategies and Policies for Wireless IT Promotion in Korea

2 1 Contents Overview of Spectrum management II Strategies & Polices for Promoting W-IT IIII

3 2 I. Overview of Spectrum Management 1.Importance of Radio Spectrum 2.Organizations 3.Types of Licensing Frequency 1.Importance of Radio Spectrum 2.Organizations 3.Types of Licensing Frequency

4 3 I. Importance of Radio Spectrum Necessity of Human life at all Fields o enlarging Radio and Broadcasting Industry o Initiating to create new businesses and to develop other industry Vital Resource for Economic Growth o Increasing Spectrum needs with new technologies & business o Diffusing the fields of Radio spectrum application Limited Resource of high needs

5 4 2. Spectrum management organizations Ministry of Information & Communication (Radio & Broadcasting Bureau) Radio & Broadcasting Planning Division Radio Monitoring Division Broadcasting & Satellite Division Frequency Division Establishment of radio/broadcast promotion plan Promotion of radio related industry Developing radio/broadcast human resource Enactment of technical criteria for radio equipment Establishment of certification system Establishment of inspection standard for the radio equipment and CATV facilities Establishment of broadcasting standard policy Licensing broadcasting station Permission of CATV broadcasting business Establishment of spectrum utilization plan Spectrum allocation/assignment/re-farming Securing/management of satellite orbits & frequency

6 5 3. Types of Licensing Frequency International Allocation Class License Station LicenseSpectrum License Radio Spectrum Plan (National Allocation)

7 6 3.1 Spectrum License Applicants : Telecom carriers, SOs and NOs of CATV SO = Service operator, NO = Network operator Selection method : Beauty contest Pricing : Administrative pricing(not auction) Right : Exclusive right of spectrum utilization Duration of license : less than 20 years

8 7 3.2 Station License Applicants : most of radio stations including fixed, broadcasting, radio determination, amateur station. Etc Principle : First come first served Permission of operation on a station basis Technical criteria : Center frequency, Channel bandwidth, Transmitter Power, Location, etc Expiration date : less than 5 years

9 8 3.3 Class License Generally allocated in ISM bands and power of emission is low Require to get the Type Registration which shows to satisfy technical regulations such as channel bandwidth, power limitation etc. Authorizes operation of devices on a shared basis of the spectrum Not protected from interference by other radio communication services Devices : W-LAN, Bluetooth, Alarm transmitter, Remote controller etc

10 9 II. Strategies & Policies for Promoting Wireless-IT in Korea 1.Present and future 2.Vision and Strategies 3.Policies for Promoting Wireless IT 1.Present and future 2.Vision and Strategies 3.Policies for Promoting Wireless IT

11 Present of Wireless IT in Korea o 52% of population ( Launched WCDMA in 4Q/03) o Broadband Wire Internet Subscriber : 11.2M Wireless Internet subscribers: 22.9M o Increasing Share of the R&B industry in GDP: 2.1%(97) 4.4%(02) o becoming the core driving force of Korea economic growth High growth of R & B Industries o 70% of population(Increasing by 11.4% last year) o wire phone subscribers : 22.9M Mobile phone Subscribers : 33.6M(2003) Seoul 98Km Busan 96Km

12 Future of Wireless IT Infra. Broadband W-W Integration T-B Convergence Ubiquitous Broadband W-W Integration T-B Convergence Ubiquitous Present Voice centric mobilecommunication W-LAN Early stage D-TV Future(After 2007) Beyond IMT-2000 Next GenerationBroadcasting u-wireless sensor Telematics Public Protection &Disaster Rescue W-W : Wireline & Wireless, T-B : Telecommunication & Broadcasting

13 Outlook on Wireless IT Infra. Evolution ~ PPDR TRS based Disaster Relief Satellite based Disaster Relief Broadband Disaster Relief NG Broadcast DMB Service Satellite Data Service Terrestrial Interactive TV T-Government/Commerce Actual-feeling broadcasting Beyond IMT G(384kbps) W-LAN(54Mbps) Portable Internet(50Mbps),3G(10Mbps) W-LAN(>100Mbps) 4G(100M,1Gbps) Satellite Service u-wireless Sensor RFID based Man-to-Objects Communication UWB based Objects-to- Objects Communication Seamless Communication Telematics 2G Mobile/W-LAN based Transportation Information & Navigation Portable Internet/DMB based Multimedia Mobile Office Interactive DMB Gigabit-class DCATV

14 13 Equipments Industry Contents Industry High 5 WIN Broadband Wireless Korea High 5 WIN Broadband Wireless Korea 2. Vision and Strategies New Spectrum Development Laws & Regulations Reform ManpowerTraining International Cooperation Cooperation Service Policy Standardization Policy R&D Policy Spectrum policy Industry Developments Common Foundation Enhancement Promotion Policy for each Infra.

15 14 3. Policies for Developing Wireless IT New allocation & Re-farming to boost New Market Spectrum Policy Leading Service Market R&B Industry Competitiveness Service Policy Related to Spectrum & Standard Policy R&B Infra. Core Technology R&D Policy Standardization Activity aiming at Global Market Standardization Policy Beyond IMT-2000 Infra. Beyond IMT-2000 Infra. NG Broadcast Infra. NG Broadcast Infra. PPDR Infra. PPDR Infra. u-wireless sensor Infra. u-wireless sensor Infra. Telematics Infra. Telematics Infra.

16 Beyond IMT-2000 Infra. Overview Satellite In-building Picocell Microcell Macrocell Megacell Urban IP backbone Network W-LAN (2.4, 5, 60GHz) Terrestrial Mobile communication NW (New Mobile Access, IMT-2000 Enhancement, IMT-2000) Rural Portable Internet NW (New Mobile Access) Satellite IMT-2000 NW 100Mbps(vehicle) 1Gbps(pedestrian) broadband service by the combination of W-LAN, 4G Mobile (Portable Internet etc), IMT-2000 enhancement, Satellite IMT-2000

17 a. 4G Communications Launching Portable Internet as the first phase of 4G mobile technology StrategyStrategy A service that provides multimedia information at the speed of 100Mbps in high mobility through new mobile access around the year of 2010 Internet (IPv6) access environment at any time and any place Seamless interconnection with other networks, High Security & QoS A service that provides multimedia information at the speed of 100Mbps in high mobility through new mobile access around the year of 2010 Internet (IPv6) access environment at any time and any place Seamless interconnection with other networks, High Security & QoS ITU-R Definition ITU-R Definition

18 b. 4G Promotion Policies Lead the International standard activity by international cooperation Standardization Policy Develop Portable Internet technology(private sector) Support 4G core technology development R&D Policy Commercialize Portable Internet service first time in the world to lead 4G(2005) Service Policy Spectrum license of Portable Internet service Secure the spectrum for 4G service (2007) Spectrum Policy

19 G Enhancement Policies 10Mbps level multimedia service in high speed mobility cdma2000 1xEV-DV, HSDPA can be deployed by changing channel cards of cdma2000, W-CDMA cdma2000 1xEV-DV, HSDPA can be deployed by changing channel cards of cdma2000, W-CDMA 10Mbps level multimedia service in high speed mobility cdma2000 1xEV-DV, HSDPA can be deployed by changing channel cards of cdma2000, W-CDMA cdma2000 1xEV-DV, HSDPA can be deployed by changing channel cards of cdma2000, W-CDMA Utilize domestic market as a test-bed by allowing advanced services to the current IMT spectrum bands Service Policy adopted both cdma2000 1xEV-DV & HSDPA as national standards to support the mobile industry aiming at worldwide market Standardization Policy Consider allocation of more spectrum for IMT-2000 service, if necessary. Spectrum Policy Private sector driven commercialization R&D Policy

20 a. High Speed Wireless LAN 500Mbps~1Gbps level high speed multimedia service at home, office & hotspot 500Mbps~1Gbps level high speed multimedia service at home, office & hotspot IP Backbone NW Hot-Spot Network Home Network Office Network

21 b. W-LAN Promotion Policies Considering the allocation of 5GHz bands step by step in accordance with market demand Considering the allocation of 60GHz band for the promotion of home networking Spectrum Policy Use de-facto standard (IEEE802.11) to ensure international compatibility Active efforts to contribute domestic developed technology to IEEE802.11n Standardization Policy Considering 5GHz bands on an unlicensed basis for the promotion of W-LAN service Support interworking among service providers to save providers network investment Service Policy 5GHz(IEEE802.11x) Core Tech. 60GHz Source Technology R&D Policy

22 Next Broadcasting Overview DTV Interworking of various communication & broadcasting infra. Interactive intelligent broadcasting service with high quality HD level video & CD level audio Interworking of various communication & broadcasting infra. Interactive intelligent broadcasting service with high quality HD level video & CD level audio Fixed Receive Mobile NW Cable NW IP Backbone Mobile Receive Urban Mountain Broadcast Station TX/Relay Urban Rural TX/Relay Satellite DTV Terrestrial DTV Terrestrial DMB Satellite DMB DCATV Nationwide Broadcasting Area

23 a. Terrestrial Broadcasting 5-6 times clearer video(HDTV quality) & multi-channel audio (CD quality) Interactive intelligent broadcasting service under fixed & mobile condition 5-6 times clearer video(HDTV quality) & multi-channel audio (CD quality) Interactive intelligent broadcasting service under fixed & mobile condition NG Internet NG Internet Mobile communication NW Return CH Terrestrial Broadcast Station ETRI Fixed Mobile

24 b. Terrestrial Promotion Policies Allocation of UHF bands for trial broadcasting use (2002) Considering effective spectrum utilization policy for A-TV frequency after D-TV transfer ends (2007) Spectrum Policy Performance enhancing tech Intelligent broadcasting tech. 3DTV technology R&D Policy Adopted ATSC standard Contribute domestic developed technology to MPEG, ATSC, DVB, TVAF etc Standard Policy Service launch in 5 Major cities (2003) Nationwide service (2005) A-TV broadcasting ends(95% subscription) Service Policy

25 a. Terrestrial DMB Overview Multimedia broadcasting service under mobile condition Multimedia broadcasting service under mobile condition service with high quality(HD video & CD audio) Broadcasting service with high quality(HD video & CD audio) Multimedia broadcasting service under mobile condition Multimedia broadcasting service under mobile condition service with high quality(HD video & CD audio) Broadcasting service with high quality(HD video & CD audio) Service Multiplex & Transmit Contents Provider TV Studio Radio Studio Service NW (IP/Data NW ) Fixed Terminal Portable Terminal Mobile Terminal Mobile Communication NW

26 b. Terrestrial DMB Promotion Policies NG Multimedia Service Tech. Interactive Application Service Technology R&D Policy Temporary allocation of VHF TV band for early service launch (2003) and reallocation after DTV transfer ends Spectrum Policy Adoption of Eureka-147 standard to cope with future service demand Contribution of domestic developed technology to MPEG, DVB Standardization Policy Launch Multimedia DMB service first time in the world Utilize domestic market as a test- bed (2004) Service Policy

27 a. Satellite DMB Overview Nationwide multimedia broadcast service under mobile condition SD level video and CD level audio Nationwide multimedia broadcast service under mobile condition SD level video and CD level audio Mobile Terminal Internet Earth Station Terrestrial mobile Communication NW Gap Filler Satellite

28 b. Satellite DMB Promotion Policies Private sector driven commercialization R&D Policy Adopt power-efficient and mobile-communication compatible standard (System E standard) Standardization Policy Coordinate S band( MHz) with Japan for early service launch Service Policy Secured 25MHz BW ( MHz) at WRC-2003 additionally Considering allocation of DMB spectrum Spectrum Policy

29 28 3.3a. U-wireless Sensor Infra. Overview By attaching electronic tag to objects, ubiquitous sensor network enable objects to communicate each other and provides services related to information exchange, location, remote control/management Wireline/Wireless Communication NW WPAN (UWB etc) RFID Information Management Center

30 29 3.3b. U-wireless Sensor Promotion Policies 900MHz RFID Technology UWB, WPAN Technology Interworking between Sensor NW & Mobile Communication NW R&D Policy Adopt IEEE standard as UWB standard for global interoperability Contribute to ISO(RFID standard body) Standardization Policy Spectrum allocation of UWB, RFID band for new industry promotion (2004) Spectrum Policy Unlicensed utilization of UWB, RFID for service promotion Service Policy

31 30 3.4a. Telematics Infra. Overview Telematics(Telecomm+Informatics) provides Mobile Office Service, such as Internet access, location based service, traffics information, emergency rescue, remote vehicle diagnosis Map Traffic LBS CNS Safety CRM Traffic Information Gatheing NW Roadside Base Station Traffic Information Center Display Engine Collision avoidance Radar Cellular Phone W-LAN Antenn a DSRC/W-LAN GPS Internet Mobile NW

32 31 3.4b. Telematics Promotion Policies Develop GIS interface standard, UWB-based in-vehicle WLAN standard Contribute domestic developed standard to international standard body Standardization Policy Construct location/traffics information center(2004) Support the spread of affordable terminal Service Policy Set-up spectrum policy for the efficient construction of telematics Infra. Spectrum Policy Wireless multiful access tech. Traffics/map/location information server Antenna/Radar technology for vehicle R&D Policy

33 32 3.5a Public Protection & Disaster Rescue Infra. Satellite-Mobile communications integrated network for public safety & rescue Communication Satellite Monitoring Satelle Personal Equipment Aircraft Robot, Manless Equipment Vehicle Equipment Server

34 33 3.5b. PPDR Promotion Policy Reallocation of existing TRS bands for early launch of narrowband service Allocation of 4/5GHz bands in accordance with international trends for broadband service, (2007) Spectrum Policy Adopt the narrowband standard that fully utilizes existing infrastructure Adopt international standard, MESA, for global interoperability Standardization Policy Set-up construction plan of national PPDR NW (2004) Broadband service will launch keeping pace with overseas trends (2010) Service Policy Handset platform technology Ad-hoc network technology 4~5GHz band RF device R&D Policy

35 Thank You! OH, Sung-Kon Director Ministry of Information & Communication, Korea Tel : Fax :


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