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The Satellite Earth Stations & Systems Technical Committee, ETSI TC SES, Update from last RAST 10. Alain Richard (Alcatel Space) TC SES Chairman Global Standardisation Collaboration 8 27 April – 01 May 2003, OTTAWA, Canada. Table of Content. TC SES Terms of Reference (no change)

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The satellite earth stations systems technical committee etsi tc ses update from last rast 10

The Satellite Earth Stations & SystemsTechnical Committee, ETSI TC SES,Update from last RAST 10

Alain Richard (Alcatel Space)

TC SES Chairman

Global Standardisation Collaboration 8

27 April – 01 May 2003, OTTAWA, Canada


Table of content

Table of Content

  • TC SES Terms of Reference (no change)

  • TC SES Working Groups

  • Rapporteurs and Liaison Officers

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Working groups 1

Working Groups (1)

  • Active:

  • Working Group Harmonisation(RTTE Directive)

  • Working Group GEO Mobile Radio Interface (GMR)

  • Working Group Satellite Component of IMT 2000

  • Working Group Maritime

  • Working Group Aeronautical (L,S)

  • Working Group Aeronautical (Ku)

  • Working Group NGSO Ku

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    Working groups 2

    Working Groups (2)

    • Working Group Broadband Satellite Multimedia (BSM)

    • Working Group on European Co-operation for Space Standardisation (ECSS)

    • BSM STF 237, Steering Committee

      • Closed:

    • WG Little LEO, WG NGSO Ka, WG Geo S-PCN, & WG ASSC

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    Wg on harmonisation rtte d

    WG on Harmonisation (RTTE D)

    • Activities on-going:

      Harmonised Standard for the Satellite

      component of IMT 2000

    • Preparation of two deliverables on FSS and MSS receivers for frequency Planning

    • Participation to the OCG RTTE Steering Committee

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    Working group on geo mobile radio 1

    Working Group on Geo Mobile Radio(1)

    • The Geo-Mobile Radio (GMR) air interface specifications describe requirements to support a mobile satellite service via geostationary earth orbit satellites

    • GMR is a satellite-based extension of the GSM terrestrial cellular standard

    • Document structure based on GSM document structure

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    Working group on geo mobile radio 2

    Working Group on Geo Mobile Radio (2)

    • The GMR specifications are organized into two releases:

      • Release 1 specifications.

        • Defines the GMR circuit mode services, which are based on the GSM phase 2 circuit mode services.

        • Release 1 of the GMR air interface specifications have been published jointly in ETSI (TC-SES) and in the TIA (TR 34.1)

      • Release 2 specifications.

        • Defines the GMR packet mode services (GMPRS) which are based on the GSM phase 2+ packet mode services (GPRS).

        • Release 2 specifications are an evolution of the GMR Release 1 specifications.

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    Working group on geo mobile radio 3

    Working Group on Geo Mobile Radio(3)

    • GSM (Phase 2)

      • Voice

      • Data up to 9.6 kbps

      • SMS, cell broadcast

    • GPRS (Phase 2+)

      • Packet data to 160 kbps

    • EDGE (Extended GPRS)

      • Packet data to 384 kbps

    • GMR Release 1- based on GSM Phase 2

      • Voice

      • Data up to 9.6 kbps

      • SMS, cell broadcast

      • Position-based services

      • Single hopped TtT calls

    • GMR Release 2 (GMPRS)- based on GSM Phase 2+ (GPRS)

      • Packet data to 432 kbps

    Extension

    to Satellite

    Evolution Path

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    Working group s umts imt2000

    Local Access

    (End User <->Cache)

    Content Delivery

    (to the Terminal)

    Remote access for undelivered content

    (Terminal to Server)

    Contenu perdu

    Contenu pré-distribué

    Multicast Layer

    3GPP

    RNC

    RAN

    Fournisseur decontenu A

    3GPP Core Network

    Node B

    (Station de base UMTS)

    CONTENT

    NETWORKING

    Contenu Retransmis

    Fournisseur de

    contenu B

    CDN data Server

    Working Group S-UMTS/IMT2000

    • Satellite Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting Services (MBMS)

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    Working group s umts imt20001

    Working Group S-UMTS/IMT2000

    • Satellite Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting Services (MBMS)

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    Working group s umts imt20002

    Working Group S-UMTS/IMT2000

    • Activities

      • Detailed Analysis of the packet mode for the SW-CDMA (Family A)

      • Evaluation of the W-CDMA UTRA FDD as a Satellite Radio Interface

      • Satellite- Digital Multimedia Broadcasting System Reference Document

      • W-CDMA Radio Interface for MBMS

      • Harmonization of SW-CDMA and SAT-CDMA (TTA) Satellite Radio Interfaces

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    Working group aeronautical ku band 1

    Working Group Aeronautical Ku band (1)

    • Airline Operational Services

    • (non safety services)

    • Scheduling

    • Weather Updates

    • Cabin Crew Applications

    • On-board Telemedicine

    • Aircraft Health Monitoring

    • Flight Data Services

    • Passenger Communication Services

    • Company Intranet and Internet Access

      - Real-time/two-way (e.g. VPN, Yahoo);

    • Airline Specific Internet Information

      - Duty free shopping, booking, travel destination;

    • Internet based Audio, Video, Entertainment

      - CNN, BBC World, Internet games, etc..

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    Working group aeronautical ku band 2 architecture overview

    Working Group Aeronautical Ku band (2)Architecture Overview

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    Working group aeronautical ku band 3

    Working Group Aeronautical Ku band (3)

    • ETSI candidate Harmonised Standard draft EN 302 186

    • for Ku-band AES present status:

    • ETSI TC-SES draft EN 302 186, requirements for:

      • Protection to FSS systems (e.g. VSAT);

      • Protection to Fixed Service and Radio Astronomy systems

      • via PFD mask;

    • WRC-03, Agenda Item 1.11:

      • Will decide on secondary allocation to AMSS in 14.0-14.5 GHz;

      • WRC-03 outcome (allocation and protection requirements)

      • will be taken into account in the public enquiry of

      • draft EN 302 186;

    • .

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    Working group broadband satellite multimedia

    Working Group Broadband Satellite Multimedia

    • To produce specifications, standards and other ETSI deliverables for broadband satellite multimedia. This includes:

      • Definition of satellite system architectures supporting broadband services

      • Service requirements and descriptions for broadband communications systems

      • Definition of network architectures and interface protocols leading to air interface standards, interworking standards and other user terminal specifications.

    • To liaise with relevant other standardization bodies (e.g. TIA, ITU) on satellite matters

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    Working group broadband satellite multimedia 2

    Working Group Broadband Satellite Multimedia ( 2)

    • The BSM concept is to divide theair interface into 2 parts:

      • Satellite independent upper layers

      • Satellite dependent lower layers

    • The upper layers should contain a set of common IP interworking functions:

      • Common ways of handling IP addressing, multicast and QoS etc.

    • The lower layers contain the satellite specific parts.

      • These layers are closely tied to the payload capability of the satellite and hence cannot be the same in all cases.

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    Working group broadband satellite multimedia 3

    Working Group Broadband Satellite Multimedia ( 3)

    • BSM WG has set the following priorities:

      • GSO satellites

      • Fixed systems

      • Internet Protocol IPv4, IPv6

    • Current work items:

      • IP interworking standards

        • Satellite Independent set of higher layer standards

      • Air interfaces

        • Satellite dependent families of lower layer specifications

      • Satellite Independent interface (SI-SAP)

        • Common interface between higher layers and lower layers

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    Working group european co operation for space standardisation 1

    Working Group European Co-operation for Space Standardisation(1)

    • Satellite Ground Interface Command and Control Link of Geostationnary Satellites

    • Domain Telemetry, Command and Ranging (TCR) systems operating typically in the following bands: 5850 MHz;6725 MHz uplink, 3400 MHz;4200 MHz downlink, 12750 MHz;14800 MHz and17300 MHZ;18100 MHz uplink, 10700 MHZ;12750 MHz downlink

    • Sets : out the minimum performance requirements and technical characteristics of the ground/satellite Radio Frequency (RF) interface partially based on Spread Spectrum Multiple Access (SSMA).

    • Motivation : Management of the co-location constraints for maximization of bandwidth for Communications Missions, and interference minimisation

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    Working group european co operation for space standardisation 2

    Working Group European Co-operation for Space Standardisation(2)

    • Satellite Software Data Handling Interfaces (SSDHI)

    • Domain : Geostationary Communications Satellite architectures based on ISO OSI Reference Model or SOIF Reference Model, but could also be applied to other types of satellites.

    • Sets : the minimum definition, services and interfaces requirements of the satellite communication application layer

    • Motivation : Shorter and shorter communications satellites development cycles and compatibility requested with off the shelf equipments requires interface standardisation. Independent development of On Board Software (OBSW) of the choice of satellite equipment by standardisation the software specifications of the Interface between the application software and the communication services.

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    Rapporteurs liaison officers

    Rapporteurs- Liaison Officers

    • Rapporteurs:

      • ITU R WP 4B (FSS)

      • ITU R WP 8D (MSS)

      • ITU R WP 8F (IMT2000)

      • ITU T SG 13 (QOS)

    • Liaison Officers:

      • Eurocae (Aeronautical)

      • TIA TR 34.1.1 (BSM)

      • ITU ICG SAT (Satellite)

      • ASMS TF (S-UMTS)

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    Conclusions

    Conclusions

    • SINCE RAST 10 ETSI TC SES:

      • Continue the Harmonisation standard work (RTTE D)

      • Continue the development of an open standard for new broadband products

      • Continue to be the focal point in Europe for Satellite Standards

    • And for the Future?

      • Continuing the work on Open Standard under the eEurope Broadband development

      • Intend to be part in the standardisation of Galileo

      • Continuing the co-operation with TIA and TTA

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