Wireless Broadband Networks Portfolio Overview

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1. Wireless Broadband Networks Portfolio Overview

2. Why Choose Wireless Broadband Cost Reduction: 1/5 to 1/8th the cost of wired Leased Line replacement Resource Efficiency Application: Connecting the Unconnected Video Surveillance Mobile Office … IP Cloud and/or Backbone Now it’s feasible More reliable More secure

3. Optimized transport networks

4. Wireless transport network

5. Wireless transport network - Backhaul High speed fixed point-to-point Ethernet connections between facilities or tower sites Linking to the terrestrial Internet via fiber or other point of presence Operate in the licensed or unlicensed spectrum to provide reliable connectivity for the entire system With Multiple-In-Multiple-Out technology, can adjust throughput based on conditions to provide maximum connectivity in the most harsh environments

6. PTP (Point To Point)

7. Multiple-Input Multiple-Output When there are obstacles, each data burst is sent with both horizontal and vertical polarization and heard by both receivers

8. What is Dual Payload? PTP300/500/600 Radios support Dual Payload Operating mode is selected automatically

9. PTP 200 Now Available General Characteristics Based on Canopy 400 Series using OFDM 5.4GHz and 4.9GHz Integrated and Connectorized Options DES and AES Options Performance 8 km range using integrated 17 dBi antenna 10 MHz Channel 21 Mbps maximum aggregate throughput To compete with Linear networks that.. Connecting fiber to a camera To compete with Linear networks that.. Connecting fiber to a camera

10. “Optimized” Linear OFDM BH Design

11. Introducing the PTP 800 Split-mount architecture: Outdoor Unit (ODU) Channel, modulation independent Compact Modem unit (CMU) Frequency & capacity independent Compact modem design: Small footprint / easy installation Outdoor rated operating temperature range (-33 to +55 C) Single Ethernet traffic port – Gig-E copper, Gig-E SFP option 100/10 BaseT out of band management port

12. PTP800 Front Panel

13. Typical PTP 800 Order (BOM for 1+0) PTP 800: 2 x CMU (Compact Modem Unit) with a software key for the throughput CAP 2 x ODU (Outdoor Unit) for the frequency desired – ODU is frequency dependent 2 x Antennas RG-8 IF Cable 2 x Cable Installation Kits The PTP LINKPlanner’s easy-to-use configuration capability automatically compiles product components and provides an equipment list with SKUs and pricing – a real time-saver when pulling together an order. The PTP LINKPlanner’s easy-to-use configuration capability automatically compiles product components and provides an equipment list with SKUs and pricing – a real time-saver when pulling together an order.

14. GPS Synch Box Synchronises the TDD cycle between multiple PTP links Minimizes interference Improves frequency re-use Closer packing of multiple links around a mast Implemented using external GPS sync Unit Can retrofit existing links 1xGPS Sync Unit per link The information contained herein is provided for information purposes only and is intended only to outline Motorola presently anticipated general technology direction. The information in the roadmap is not a commitment or an obligation to deliver any product, product feature or software functionality and Motorola reserves the right to make changes to the content and timing of any product, product feature, software release. Prices for any future product or software included herein will be separately negotiated when and if such product or software becomes available. The information contained herein is provided for information purposes only and is intended only to outline Motorola presently anticipated general technology direction. The information in the roadmap is not a commitment or an obligation to deliver any product, product feature or software functionality and Motorola reserves the right to make changes to the content and timing of any product, product feature, software release. Prices for any future product or software included herein will be separately negotiated when and if such product or software becomes available.

15. PTP LINKPlanner Perform calculations for licensed and unlicensed PTP products2 Plan and optimize a single link or multiple links simultaneously Accurately predict PTP link performance and set realistic expectations Automatically compiles PTP equipment list with SKUs and pricing Displays an overview of the entire wireless network via Google™ Earth PTP LINKPlanner is a “free” link design and optimization tool that is available as a stand-alone tool or included in the Motorola One Point Wireless Suite. Performs calculations for both licensed and unlicensed PTP products (currently excludes PTP 100 and 200 products) New configuration feature provides complete licensed-microwave configuration details with equipment list, SKUs and pricing to simplify PTP 800 ordering. Accurately projects link performance prior to purchase Builds customer confidence in the solution and sets realistic expectations Can plan and optimize a single link or multiple links simultaneously Automatically loads path profiles and environmental factors such as rain fade Easy-to-use pull-down menus “What-if” scenarios – allows variables to be changed and instantly displays the effects on performance Detailed output helps to speed deployment Provides overview of the whole wireless network PTP LINKPlanner is a “free” link design and optimization tool that is available as a stand-alone tool or included in the Motorola One Point Wireless Suite. Performs calculations for both licensed and unlicensed PTP products (currently excludes PTP 100 and 200 products) New configuration feature provides complete licensed-microwave configuration details with equipment list, SKUs and pricing to simplify PTP 800 ordering. Accurately projects link performance prior to purchase Builds customer confidence in the solution and sets realistic expectations Can plan and optimize a single link or multiple links simultaneously Automatically loads path profiles and environmental factors such as rain fade Easy-to-use pull-down menus “What-if” scenarios – allows variables to be changed and instantly displays the effects on performance Detailed output helps to speed deployment Provides overview of the whole wireless network

16. PTP Portfolio

17. Industry Advantages - PTP Spectral Efficiency Best in Class Link budget MIMO Intelligent DFS Space Diversity TDD Synchronization Link Planner tool One Point WM

18. Wireless transport network - Distribution Fixed point-to-multipoint connections linking video cameras, hotspots, Mesh networks and facilities Equipped with GPS synchronization and are the industry leader in interference tolerance Provides reliable connectivity in the presence of other emitters and noise Unmatched latency & interference mitigation Connectivity to video surveillance cameras and also an infrastructure layer for the mobile access mesh network More than 3,000 service providers since 2002

19. Greater PMP Reach

20. PMP400 NLOS Performance vs. Canopy - Urban

21. Agile Portfolio Canopy is the leader in wireless broadband. The Canopy system provides wireless broadband access in a wide variety of spectrum choices—including 900 MHz, 2.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.7 and 5.9 GHz—and helps ensure exceptional performance no matter which spectrum is best for your network. As the portfolio continues to expand new products are being introduced. Please consult your regulatory bodies for approved frequencies in your local area. Canopy is the leader in wireless broadband. The Canopy system provides wireless broadband access in a wide variety of spectrum choices—including 900 MHz, 2.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.7 and 5.9 GHz—and helps ensure exceptional performance no matter which spectrum is best for your network. As the portfolio continues to expand new products are being introduced. Please consult your regulatory bodies for approved frequencies in your local area.

22. PMP Agile Portfolio This next chart shows the performance comparisons for the Canopy 400 Series SM, Canopy Advantage SM, Canopy SM, and Canopy Lite SM. The Canopy 400 Series SM features: 21 Mbps total aggregate throughput, 21 Mb burst rate, No Cap on CIR, and supports multiple VoIP channels. The Canopy 400 Series SM is typically used in residential and/ or enterprise broadband services. The Canopy Advantage SM features: 14 Mbps total aggregate throughput, 14 Mb burst rate, No Cap on CIR, and supports multiple VoIP channels. The Canopy Advantage SM is typically used in enterprise broadband services. The Canopy SM features: 7 Mbps total aggregate throughput, 14 Mb burst rate, No Cap on CIR, and supports multiple VoIP channels. The Canopy SM is typically used in residential and/or enterprise broadband services. The Canopy Lite SM features: 512 kbps-7 Mbps total aggregate throughput rates, from 768 kb to 7 Mb burst rates, 100 kbps to 200 kbps CIR (this depends upon throughput rates) and 1 or 2 VoIP channels. The Canopy Lite SM is typically used in emerging markets or residential broadband services. It is important to point out that a Canopy Lite SM upgraded to 7 Mb of throughput does not have the same burst or QoS features as a standard Canopy SM. Committed Information Rate or CIR in a Frame relay network is the average bandwidth for a virtual circuit guaranteed by an ISP to work under normal conditions. At any given time the bandwidth should not fall below this committed figure. It is usually expressed in kilobits per second (kbit/s). Above the CIR, an allowance of burstable bandwidth is often given, known as the Excess Information Rate (EIR) or Peak Information Rate (PIR). The provider guarantees that the connection will always support the CIR rate, and sometimes the EIR rate should there be adequate bandwidth. The CIR plus excess burst rate (EIR) is either equal to or less than the speed of the access port into the network. Frame relay carriers define and package CIRs differently, and CIRs are adjusted with experience. CIR is derived from the term or CDR, and is used in similar fashion, but refers also to voice and non-data packets and not only to data packets as in CDR.[citation needed]This next chart shows the performance comparisons for the Canopy 400 Series SM, Canopy Advantage SM, Canopy SM, and Canopy Lite SM. The Canopy 400 Series SM features: 21 Mbps total aggregate throughput, 21 Mb burst rate, No Cap on CIR, and supports multiple VoIP channels. The Canopy 400 Series SM is typically used in residential and/ or enterprise broadband services. The Canopy Advantage SM features: 14 Mbps total aggregate throughput, 14 Mb burst rate, No Cap on CIR, and supports multiple VoIP channels. The Canopy Advantage SM is typically used in enterprise broadband services. The Canopy SM features: 7 Mbps total aggregate throughput, 14 Mb burst rate, No Cap on CIR, and supports multiple VoIP channels. The Canopy SM is typically used in residential and/or enterprise broadband services. The Canopy Lite SM features: 512 kbps-7 Mbps total aggregate throughput rates, from 768 kb to 7 Mb burst rates, 100 kbps to 200 kbps CIR (this depends upon throughput rates) and 1 or 2 VoIP channels. The Canopy Lite SM is typically used in emerging markets or residential broadband services. It is important to point out that a Canopy Lite SM upgraded to 7 Mb of throughput does not have the same burst or QoS features as a standard Canopy SM. Committed Information Rate or CIR in a Frame relay network is the average bandwidth for a virtual circuit guaranteed by an ISP to work under normal conditions. At any given time the bandwidth should not fall below this committed figure. It is usually expressed in kilobits per second (kbit/s). Above the CIR, an allowance of burstable bandwidth is often given, known as the Excess Information Rate (EIR) or Peak Information Rate (PIR). The provider guarantees that the connection will always support the CIR rate, and sometimes the EIR rate should there be adequate bandwidth. The CIR plus excess burst rate (EIR) is either equal to or less than the speed of the access port into the network. Frame relay carriers define and package CIRs differently, and CIRs are adjusted with experience. CIR is derived from the term or CDR, and is used in similar fashion, but refers also to voice and non-data packets and not only to data packets as in CDR.[citation needed]

23. PMP 320 Designed specifically for Fixed Outdoor applications Improved range / coverage / performance with 2x2 MIMO Can be deployed with no back-end server equipment - Fixed WiMAX capabilities without the large investments in infrastructure Access to low-cost standards-based CPE’s

24. Industry Advantages - PMP (Point To Multipoint) Industry Leading Interference Tolerance Lowest carrier to interference rating Environmentally Rugged Performance in harsh environments Low Field Failure Rates Reduce operational expenses over the long term Scalable to Sustain Performance as the Network Grows GPS synchronization mitigates self interference

25. MOTOMESH 4300 Access Network Motorola’s Dual Radio Mesh Platform Band-optimized radio performance Complete standards support MeshConnex hybrid routing algorithm – it’s NOT Spanning Tree!!!! Best in class deployment tools and management capabilities Most flexible mesh platform on the market today in terms of features, tools & scalability.

26. MOTOMESH Duo VMM4300 - July

27. AP7181 – November Dual Radio 802.11n Draft 2.0 (supports a/b/g/n) 2.4 GHz/5.X GHz 2x2/3x3 MIMO 20 MHz and 40 MHz channels 802.11 DFS v1.4.1, v1.5.1 ADEPT™ MIMO Antenna System Integrated 2.4/5.x GHz with polarization diversity Software configurable down-tilt Remote mounting of Panel antennas Robust IP67 with NEMA 4x enclosure POE 802.11af power out

28. High Site and Low Site Networks

29. Motorola One Point WMS Serve end customers more efficiently Less Hardware, Less Training A Fully Integrated Solution Design networks: LAN Planner Link Planner Mesh Planner Deploy LAN Scanner Mesh Scanner Manage

30. IP Solutions

31. Wireless transport network

32. Only Motorola Full, end-to-end Solutions PTP PMP Mesh EWLAN Technology that is second to none Over 2,500,000 PMP/Canopy devices deployed Over 1,000,000 Indoor Access Points deployed Over 63,000 PTP radios shipped Over 20,000 MOTOMESH nodes deployed Complete Support Systems

33. Architecture

34. ROI Summary ROI = (annual TCO) / (annual TBO) TBO = Total Benefit of Ownership Video Security = $300 to $700k/yr Connecting City Admin = $820,050/yr Connecting Public Safety = $95,600/yr Meter Reading = $230,560/yr Lease line replacement = $6,000 to $60,000 per replaced link More….. TCO = …..

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