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NEOTEC. BRAZILIAN MMDS OPERATORS ASSOCIATION. José Luiz N. Frauendorf June, 2001. WHAT IS MMDS ?. NEOTEC. MULTIPOINT MULTICHANNEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. NEOTEC. BAND ALLOCATION. SPECTRUM ATRACTION. BAND WIDTH x ATTENUATION. MMDS STRENGTH. Lower cost than cable

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BRAZILIAN MMDS OPERATORS ASSOCIATION

José Luiz N. Frauendorf

June, 2001


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WHAT IS MMDS ?

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Multipoint multichannel distribution system

MULTIPOINT MULTICHANNEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

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Band allocation

BAND ALLOCATION


Spectrum atraction

SPECTRUM ATRACTION

BAND WIDTH x ATTENUATION


Mmds strength

MMDS STRENGTH

  • Lower cost than cable

  • Investment only at customer’s premise

  • Fast to implement

  • Reliable - protected spectrum

  • Ideal for small and medium markets

  • Convergent Technology (video, voice and data)

  • Benefits from cellular technology improvements

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MMDS APPROACH

TODAY

YESTERDAY

- Pay TV the only service

- Analog technology

- Macro cell distribution

- Line-of-sight only

- Residential market only

- Multiple services (video,

voice and data)

- Digital technology

- Macro and / or multicell

- Line-of-sight not required

- Residential and corporate

market


Multimedia concept

MULTIMEDIA CONCEPT

BROADCAST:

Video

Audio

SINGLESERVICEPROVIDER

Telecommunication:

Phone / Fax

Data / Internet

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PAY-TV

Premium TV

PPV / VOD

Games

Music


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POTENTIAL SERVICES

Residential Market:

  • Analog Vídeo

  • Digital Video

  • Fast Internet Access

    Corporate Market:

  • Internet Access

    • “VPN´s” - Virtual Private Network

    • Video Conference

    • IP Telephony

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    Why is mmds so important to brazil

    WHY IS MMDS SO IMPORTANT TO BRAZIL?

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    Brazil residential multimedia market

    BRAZIL RESIDENTIAL MULTIMEDIA MARKET

    • Total Population = 160.000.000 Inhabitants

    • Total Homes = 40.000.000 HH

    • Total “A”, “B” and “C” classes = 30%

    • Total Market = 12.000.000 HH

    • Total Subscribers = 3.500.000 (Today)

    • Penetration in 2,005 = 60%

    • Total Subscribers in 2,005 = 7.200.000 HH


    Brazil corporate market

    LARGE COMPANIES:

    Quantity= 5.000

    Top size = 350

    Revenue = US$ 200 mi. to US$ 4.7 bi. (top 350)

    Data service = R$ 5.9 bi.

    SMALL + MEDIUM CO.

    Quantity = 3.5 mi.

    PIB - 52% total

    Revenue = US$ 50,000 to US$ 200 mi.

    Data service = R$ 12 bi.

    BRAZIL CORPORATE MARKET

    Source TELETIME March 2,001


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    • Rural Region

    • (< 50 HP/Km)

    • MMDS

    • Satellite

    • Periferic Region

    • ( < 200 HP / Km)

    • MMDS

    • DSL modems

    • Cable modems

    • Urban Region

    • ( > 200HP/Km)

    • Fiber

    • LMDS

    • MMDS

    • DSL modems

    • Cable modems

    MMDS MARKET POSITIONING

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    Mmds planning

    MMDS - PLANNING

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    Mmds planning key points

    MMDS - PLANNING KEY POINTS

    • CAPACITY

    • COVERAGE

    • INTERFERENCE

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    DIGITAL 3D MAP

    SURFACE AND STREETS

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    TRANSMISSION MODELING

    TRANSMISSION

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    SHADOW AREAS

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    SHADOW AREAS vs. TARGET MARKET

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    FREQUENCY PLANNING

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    Analog digital video headend block diagram

    ANALOG / DIGITAL VIDEO HEADEND BLOCK DIAGRAM

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    DIGITAL HEADEND BLOCK DIAGRAM

    DVB

    SATELLITE

    RECEIVER

    BRODBAND

    TRANSMITTER

    COMBINER

    MPEG - 2

    ENCODER

    ANALOG

    SATELLITE

    RECEIVER

    A/V

    ANTENNA

    MULTIPLEXER

    SCRAMBLER

    QAM

    MODULATOR

    OFF-AIR

    DEMODULATOR

    MPEG - 2

    ENCODER

    A/V

    CA

    AUDIO

    LOCAL

    SOURCE

    MPEG - 2

    ENCODER

    VIDEO

    SIGNAL

    MODULATION

    SIGNAL

    TRANSMISSION

    SIGNAL AQUISITION

    SIGNAL PROCESSING


    Internet headend block diagram

    INTERNET HEADENDBLOCK DIAGRAM

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    Transmitting Antennas

    (“down-stream”)

    INTERNET HE BLOCK DIAGRAM

    Receiving Antennas

    (“up-stream”)

    CMTS


    Customer s premise equipment cpe block diagram

    CUSTOMER’S PREMISE EQUIPMENT (CPE)BLOCK DIAGRAM

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    DISTRIBUTION

    BLOCK DIAGRAM

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    System architecture

    SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

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    DOCSIS “+” STANDARD


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    NETWORK OVERVIEW


    What is neotec

    WHAT IS “NEOTEC”?

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    MMDS OPERATIONS

    GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION

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    Total

    House Holds = 18.7 mi. (81%)

    Operations = 92(63%)

    Municipality = 338(72%)

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    Challenges

    CHALLENGES

    • Internacional Market Demand

    • Industry Standard

    • Open System

    • Near “line-of-site” Installation

    • Suppliers Diversity

    • Equipment Cost

    • Market / Investor’s perception

    Latin America and specially Brazil are the largest markets


    Thank you

    THANK YOU

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    R. Pedroso Alvarenga, 505 /132

    04531-011 São Paulo S.P. Brazil

    c/o: José Luiz N. Frauendorf

    e.mail: [email protected]

    Phone: (55-11) 3167-6252


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