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Imt advanced opening report

Name

Company

Address

Phone

email

bkraemer@

marvell

.com

Bruce Kraemer

Marvell

5488 Marvell Ln

+1

-

321

-

4

27

-

Santa Clara, CA

4098

95054

[email protected]

Darwin Engwer

Nortel

4655 Great America

+1

-

408

-

495

-

Networks

Pkwy, Santa Clara

2588

CA 95054

IMT-Advanced Opening Report

Authors:

Date: 2008-01-17

Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer(Nortel)


Short history
Short History

  • ITU-R WP8F has an initiative underway to identify air interfaces for inclusion in IMT-Advanced

  • Question ITU-R 229/8 then M.1645 “Framework and overall objectivesof the future development of IMT‑2000 and systems beyond IMT‑2000”

  • Nomadic/ local area class targets 1 Gbps with low mobility!

  • IMT-Advanced Technical Requirements are nearly complete

    • Spectrum –requested in WRC07 Agenda Item 1.4 (2007-10-22 - 2007-11-16)

    • Technical (radio) requirements only other unfinished work item

  • ITU-R Circular Letter soliciting solutions due out March 2008

  • Commercial deployment of IMT-Advanced expected around 2012

  • IEEE 802 submitted suggestions on IMT Tech to WP8F (mid May 2007)

    • Contributions included from .11, .16, .18, .19, .20, .21

    • WP8F review in Kyoto (end of May)

  • IEEE 802 held additional teleconferences between Sep-Nov 2007 and submitted additional suggestions on IMT Tech to WG18 on 2007-10-29.

Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer(Nortel)


Update on itu r activities 2007 11 11
Update on ITU-R Activities (2007-11-11)

  • RA approved the update of ITU-R Rec. M.1457

    • Defines ITM-2000 “family” of technologies

    • That family now includes 802.16e

  • RA adopted new naming convention for 3G/4G mobile

    • The name “IMT” is an umbrella that includes

      • IMT-2000 – 3G (technologies contained in M.1457)

      • IMT-Advanced – 4G (technology/technologies not yet defined)

    • Spectrum identified by a WRC will be for IMT

      • Can be used by all IMT technologies

Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer(Nortel)


Update on itu r activities 2007 11 111
Update on ITU-R Activities (2007-11-11)

  • The new SG is of interest to IEEE 802

    • Combined SG8 (Mobile Services) and SG9 (Fixed Services) as SG5 (Terrestrial Services)

    • SG 5 has 4 proposed/interim WPs

      • WP5A – Land mobile excluding IMT

      • WP5B – Maritime and Aeronautical Mobile, Radiolocation

      • WP5C – Fixed services including HF

      • WP5D – Land mobile (IMT)

    • Proposed meeting schedule for January/February 2008 is retained

      • WP5D will meet in Geneva starting 2008-01-28

      • SG5 meets 2008-02-19 through 2008-02-20 to decide final meeting dates and chairs

Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer(Nortel)


Update on itu r activities 2007 11 15 and resolution 224
Update on ITU-R Activities (2007-11-15)and Resolution 224

  • WRC-07: meeting

    • More than 2800 delegates attended

    • 164 administrations represented (out of 193)

    • Allocations resulting from the meeting:

      • 450 – 470 MHz globally; individual administrations to decide

      • 698 – 806 MHz for the Americas and China, Korea, India, Japan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Bangladesh and Singapore

      • 790 – 862 MHz for Europe and other Region 1 and 3 countries

      • 2300 – 2400 MHz globally

      • 3400 – 4200 MHz variously identified for IMT or mobile service

    • Previously identified spectrum for IMT-2000 (and IMT Advanced too):

      • 1885 – 2025, 2110 – 2200 MHz (“UMTS” band per WARC-1992)

      • 2500 – 2690 MHz (per WRC-2000)

      • 806 – 960 MHz, 1710 – 2010, 2110 – 2170 MHz (effectively all of the existing 1G, 2G and 3G spectrum)

Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer(Nortel)


Radio assembly 07 oct 15 19 2007
Radio Assembly 07 (Oct 15-19, 2007)

  • Resolution ITU-R 56

  • New Functional Alignment

  • All Spectrum shared for IMT-2000 and IMT-Advanced

IMT

IMT-Advanced

IMT-2000

Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer(Nortel)


Annotated m 1645 diagram
Annotated M.1645 Diagram

Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer(Nortel)


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