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1 DOCUMENT #:GSC15-PLEN-15 FOR:Presentation SOURCE:CCSA AGENDA ITEM:Opening Plenary 6.1 CONTACT(S) TD-SCDMA & TD-LTE Standard and Industry in China Ke Wang, CCSA Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) GSC-15

2 Highlight of Current Activities Continue Standard evolution in 3GPP TD-SCDMA/TD-LTE Rel-9 in 3GPP was finished by the end of 2009. Further investigation of TD-SCDMA evolution in 3GPP Rel-10, such as MC HSUPA, MU-MIMO and distributed antenna etc. TD-LTE-Advanced is also working under Rel-10 WI, and target to be finished at end of 2010. Working closely with global partners in 3GPP. 2

3 Highlight of Current Activities Continue Standard evolution in CCSA The TD-SCDMA Industry standard Phase 4 has just been finished by Aug, 2010. TD-SCDMA further enhanced and optimized is under study in CCSA TC5 WG9. TD-LTE technique report has been started from March, 2010. 3

4 Highlight of Current Activities TD-LTE-Advanced submission to ITU-R TD-LTE-Advanced was submitted to WP5D#6 on Oct, 2009 as IMT-Advanced candidate RIT, which is TDD RIT component of LTE-A SRIT developed in 3GPP. Furthermore, TD-LTE-A description templates and self evaluation report submitted to ITU-R are consistent with 3GPPs final submission. ChEG is working on evaluation of IMT-Advanced candidate submissions in China. More detailed information of ChEG can be found in slides 15-17. Preliminary evaluation results from ChEG was submitted to WP5D#7 on Feb, 2010. Final evaluation report was submitted to WP5D#8 on Jun, 2010. Check evaluation assumption and results with other EGs. 4

5 Highlight of Current Activities TD-SCDMA commercial network in China TD-SCDMA Phase 4 network will start to build on the second half of 2010 by China Mobile, and target to cover 330 cities in China. The TD-SCDMA subscribers have already exceed 10 million by Jun 30, 2010(Data from MIIT). TD-LTE Test in China The TD-LTE test was organized by CATR of MIIT. Phase I: POC Phase II: technical test(IOT, indoor, outdoor) Phase III: Scale trial 5

6 Strategic Direction 6 Phase 1Phase 3Phase 2 Basic VersionEnhanced version LTE version LTE-Advanced 3GPP R4 TD-SCDMA 3GPP R8/9 TD-LTE 3GPP R10/R11… TD-LTE-Advanced 3GPP R5-R10 TD-HSPA TD-MBMS TD-HSPA+ 2001--20032004---2010 2006--2010 2010-? Base on CDMABase on OFDM TD-SCDMA Standard evolution

7 Challenges Large-scale TD-SCDMA network cover the whole country is approaching. The whole network optimized is considered as a big challenge. Interworking with GSM. Enough attractive application to final customer is need to be developed. Much more international cooperation in marketing is expected. 7

8 Next Steps/Actions Complete TD-SCDMA/TD-LTE-Advanced work in 3GPP Rel-10 by the end of 2010. Issue the TD-SCDMA industry standard phase 4 and complete the TD- LTE technique report in CCSA. Complete TD-LTE-Advanced evaluation, consensus building and develop the radio interface Recommendation in ITU-R WP5D. Start the TD-SCDMA commercial network Phase 4 building and continue the whole network optimized. Continue TD-LTE test in China. Continue to work cooperatively with external organizations. 8

9 Proposed Resolution [optional] N/A. 9

10 Supplementary Slides 10

11 TD-SCDMA Network in China 2007: Starting TD-SCDMA network construction in 10 Olympic cities (Phase 1) 2008: Success support Beijing Olympic Games June, 2009: Provide 3G commercial service for 38 main cities (Phase 2). 2009 Q4: Cover 238 main cities in China (Phase 3) 2010 Q4: Cover all east county seat and west cities, about 330 cities (Phase 4) 11

12 Shanghai Expo TD-LTE demo service Dynamic query map Network linving broadcast VoIP video TV High speed internet Network gaming VOD Remote network Monitor TD-LTE demo service requirement Meeting TV 12

13 TD-LTE Industry environment ChipsetMobileNetwork 13

14 ITU-R IMT-Advanced evaluation Step 1 and 2: issuance the circular letter, Development of candidate RITs and SRITs. #1#2#3 #4 2009.2 #5 2009.6 #6 2009.10 #7#8#9 Step 3: submission/reception of the RIT and SRIT proposals. Step 4: evaluation of candidate RITs and SRITs by evaluation group ITU-R WP 5D meeting 2008 2009 2010 #10 2011 Step 5,6and7 Step 8:development of Radio Interface Recommendations 2009.10 2010.6 Self-evaluation submission 2010.6 Evaluation Group submission Step 5: Review and coordination of outside evaluation activities Step 6: Review to access compliance with minimum requirement Step 7: Consideration of evaluation results, consensus building and decision 14

15 ChEG revived at the end of 2008 for evaluation of IMT- Advanced candidate RITs. There are 13 members in ChEG including operators, vendors, research institutes and universities. ChEG participated ITU technical evaluation events IMT-2000 candidate evaluation in 1999, WiMAX evaluation in 2007 Output Standard organizations ITU-R Website: 15

16 Calibrate among members of ChEG to achieve consistent results. During self evaluation phase, participate self evaluation of standard organizations (3GPP, IEEE ) in the name of members During third-party evaluation phase, evaluate candidate RITs in the name of ChEG Contribute to standard organizations (3GPP, IEEE ) to facilitate the harmonization in the name of members Contribute to ITU-R WP5D evaluation report for candidate RITs during evaluation phase ChEG Task 16

17 ChEG Activities(2009-2010) simulation parameters and assumptions evaluation results ( tentative and final) Submit evaluation report to ITU 2009.42009.62009.82009.102010.2 Calibration of several stages 2010.6 Focus on LTE-Advanced Self evaluation third-party evaluation 17

18 Thank you! 18

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