Ec ist maestro sdmb system overview itu r sg8 seminar 9 september 2004
Download
1 / 20

EC/IST MAESTRO SDMB system overview ITU-R SG8 Seminar - 9 September 2004 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 98 Views
  • Uploaded on

EC/IST MAESTRO SDMB system overview ITU-R SG8 Seminar - 9 September 2004. UDCAST. Agenda. Context SDMB system overview Trials Relation to WRC-07 preparatory work. SMS. MMS. Perceived value per bit. Java Games. Internet Browsing. Video/AudioStreaming. Bit volume/intensity.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' EC/IST MAESTRO SDMB system overview ITU-R SG8 Seminar - 9 September 2004' - hisoki


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Ec ist maestro sdmb system overview itu r sg8 seminar 9 september 2004

EC/IST MAESTRO SDMB system overviewITU-R SG8 Seminar - 9 September 2004

UDCAST


Agenda
Agenda

  • Context

  • SDMB system overview

  • Trials

  • Relation to WRC-07 preparatory work


One to many distribution an efficient way to serve mobile multimedia content to mass market

SMS

MMS

Perceived value per bit

Java Games

Internet Browsing

Video/AudioStreaming

Bit volume/intensity

One to many distribution: an efficient way to serve Mobile multimedia content to mass market

Pull services on unicast mode in cellular network

  • Limited capacity for mobile video on wide scale

  • Traffic fee too high for consumer acceptance (0,5 €/Mbytes in 2010, Bear&Stearns 2003

  • Perceived value per bit for broadband application is decreasing

    Push services using broadcast mode

    on dedicated radio resources combined with local storage

  • Subscription with unlimited usage

  • Unlimited audience, low traffic fee

  • Quasi on demand content usage

  • Enabling Internet snow ball effect

    • point to multipoint for initial content distribution then point to point for content circulation


Mobile broadcast implementations
Mobile broadcast implementations

Initiatives

Players

Remarks

Status

  • Free analog TV service

  • Available but handset consumption issues

  • Samsung (handsets)

  • Analog TV in South Korea

  • DMB in Japan & Korea

  • MobiTV in USA

  • FOMA 3G streaming TV

  • in Japan

  • BMCO project in Berlin

  • MMD (Mobile Media Distribution) platform in Germany

  • Finnish Mobile TV

  • MODIS project in Monaco

  • Japan: KDDI, , MBco, Toshiba,Toyota

  • South-Korea: SKT, TU Media, Samsung

  • DMB (satellite+terrestrial) mobile broadcast

  • 6 TV + 10 radio channels

  • 8-20€/month

  • Commercial launch in July 2004

  • Commercial launch in May 2004

  • Sprint PCS, Comcast, Idetic (content optimization)

  • CDMA 2000 live TV streaming (14 channels)

  • Launched April 2004

  • 10$/month

  • DoCoMo, SKY PerfectTV

  • 3G live TV streaming

  • Pilot from June to November 2004

  • Vodafone, Nokia, Philips, Universal Studio

  • Combines DVB-H and GSM/UMTS networks

  • Pilot testing since early 2004

  • T-System, T-Mobile, broadcasters ZDF & BR, SCM Microsystems

  • Platform integrating DAB, DVB-T and UMTS channels (content converted into XML)

  • DVB-T in commercial launch in North Germany in May ‘04

  • Pilot testing since early 2004

  • Digita (TDF), local broadcasters, Nokia, TeliaSonera, Elisa

  • Test of mobile TV using DVB-H in Helsinki

  • Pilot testing starting fall 2004

  • Test of hybrid satellite & terrestrial SDMB architecture

  • Alcatel Space, Agilent, Monaco Telecom

  • Pilot testing


Agenda1
Agenda

  • Context

  • SDMB system overview

  • Trials

  • Relation to WRC-07 preparatory work


The sdmb architecture a satellite overlay network for 3g and beyond 3g network
The SDMB architecture: a satellite overlay network for 3G and beyond 3G network

Example of umbrella cells coverage

over Europe

High power

Geo-stationary satellite

3G handset

Satellite distribution link in IMT2000 mobile satellite band

3G Air interface

Hub based

on 3G equipment

Interactive link in IMT2000 mobile terrestrial band

Content providers

Content

Network

3G Mobile Network

MBMS Broadcast/Multicast Service Centre

3G Base

station


S dmb key design principles

1900 and beyond 3G network

1920

1980

2010

2025

2110

2170

2200 MHz

Satellite IMT2000 FDD European allocation

Terrestrial IMT2000 FDD European allocation

Terrestrial IMT2000 TDD European allocation

S-DMB: key design principles

  • Hybrid satellite/terrestrial architecture: Global coverage for Outdoor & Indoor usage

  • Low cost impact on 3G handheld terminal

    • Satellite frequencies are adjacent to IMT2000 terrestrial ones

    • Satellite waveform compliant to 3GPP UTRA FDD WCDMA standard

    • High reception margin, hence no form factor impact

  • Concurrent evolution with 3GPP architecture

Terrestrial repeaters integrated in 3G base stations for dense urban area coverage

Return link: PPDR, safety

PUSH

SELECT

512 Mbytes

Memory card

with integrated DRM

STORE

2G/3G HANDSET with extended frequency agility in Satellite IMT2000 band

REPLAY


Umbrella cell per spot beam and beyond 3G network

1 carrier, 2 codes

Terrestrial repeaters: gap filler coverage

same carrier, same codes

Hybrid & cost effective satellite/terrestrial architectureto achieve a Single Frequency Network outdoor & indoor

Coverage

hole

Coverage

hole

Terminal’s rake receiver combines the Satellite & terrestrial repeaters signals

as echos of the same signal


S dmb open technology that can address an increasing range of market opportunities

  • 3 - SECURITY SERVICES

  • Population alert and awareness

  • Network dependability

  • Ubiquitous coverage

  • 2 - VEHICULAR

  • APPLICATIONS

  • Telematics

  • Entertainment

S-DMB: Open Technology that can address an increasing range of market opportunities


High power geo satellite to accommodate 3g handheld terminal rf characteristics

Ka band and beyond 3G network

RX Antenna

Ø < 1.2 m

IMT2000 Satellite band

TX/RX Antenna

Ø  7.5 m

Ka band

TX Antenna

Ø < 1.5 m

Mirror or subreflector

High power GEO satellite to accommodate 3G handheld terminal RF characteristics

Example of 1.2° Beams

  • Satellite & Payload characteristics

    • 15 years Lifetime

    • Launch mass: up to 5900 Kg

    • P/L DC power consumption: 12 kW

    • Up to 6 beams per satellite

    • EIRP (EOC): up to 76 dBW/beam over 1.2°

  • Satellite flexibility

    • Coverage (beam selection and beam size)

    • Power sharing among active beams

    • Transparent architecture towards 3GPP air interface (e.g. W-CDMA & Beyond 3G waveform)


Terrestrial repeater

Tx antenna and beyond 3G network

Tx antenna

Rx Antenna

On the rooftop

Repeater

Terrestrial repeater

* RF cable to Node B antenna

(Signal is 3GPP TS 25.106 compliant

in IMT2000 satellite band)

Power

Amplifier

Low Noise Block

RF filter

O&M controller

CellularModem

Rx antenna dish

 20-30 cm

Ka band

Frequency conversion terrestrial repeater

Block architecture

Site sharing with

2G/3G base station site

* cost effective

* environment friendly

Typical installation in tri-sectorised site


S dmb enabling features in 3g user equipment

1900 and beyond 3G network

1920

1980

2010

2025

2110

2170

2200 MHz

S-DMB enabling features in 3G user equipment

  • 3GPP & OMA features

    • HW: Local memory storage

    • SW

      • MBMS (including Power saving management)

      • Streaming service and related codecs

      • Digital Right Management

      • Mobile broadcast services (service discovery, service protection, electronic service guide, etc...)

  • SDMB specific

    • HW: Radio frequency agility extension to IMT2000 satellite band

    • SW

      • Reliable transport protocol (File FEC, Interleaving, Carrousel)

      • Dual operation mode: SDMB reception while attached to UMTS or GSM network

      • SDMB Service management


Smooth and seamless growth of s dmb system

SDMB: and beyond 3G network

B3G waveform

SDMB:

Multi-satellite

configuration

SDMB:

Single satellite

configuration

MBMS

in cellular

network

ACHIEVABLE BITRATE

PER SPOT BEAM

5 - 10 Mb/S

(depending on available spectrum)

768 - 2200 Kb/S

384-768 Kb/S

64-128 Kb/S

2011

2010

2012

2007

2008

2009

Smooth and seamless growth of S-DMB system

  • Spot beam capacity can be progressively improved up to 10Mb/s along with mobile content usage

    • Increased number of Terrestrial repeaters

    • Additional satellites

    • Full 30 MHz allocation

    • Use of Beyond 3G waveform

  • Also direct satellite return link for Voice and messaging services for telematics and public safety


Agenda2
Agenda and beyond 3G network

  • Context

  • SDMB system overview

  • Trials

  • Relation to WRC-07 preparatory work


Ist fp5 modis project trial monaco july sept 2004
IST/FP5 MoDiS project Trial: MONACO July/Sept 2004 and beyond 3G network

  • Proof of S-DMB concept: W-CDMA efficiency in broadcast mode with hybrid satellite/terrestrial transmission

  • Measurement campaign for system cost & performances assessment

  • Service demonstration: streaming, download , alert & Peer2peer

  • www.ist-modis.org

Terrestrial

repeater

2

Satellite

Emulator

1

Terrestrial

repeater

3


Ec ist maestro integrated project in short
EC IST and beyond 3G networkMAESTRO integrated project in short

  • FP6: Strategic objectives: EC/IST FP6: Mobile and wireless systems beyond 3G

  • MAESTRO: Mobile Applications & sErvices based on Satellite & Terrestrial inteRwOrking

  • Duration: 24 months with T0 = 01/01/2004

  • Budget 10.15 Meuros, EC funding: 5.2 Meuros

  • Project Web page: http://ist-maestro.dyndns.org

  • 20 partners from satellite and terrestrial mobile industry as well as media industry

  • Main objectives

    • Define role mode

    • Define the system architecture

    • Validate key SDMB functions and performances with a test bed

    • Investigate potential evolutions: OFDM, Return Link (robust mode),...

    • Carry out standardisation and regulatory activities


IST FP6 MAESTRO project test bed and beyond 3G networkbased on MoDiS platform

Upgrade

  • Validation of architecture & performance

  • Trials in 2005 in France

Replace

Add

Satellite emulator based on 3G Node B

SDMB

Propagation channel

emulator

Content source

Hub emulator based on RNC emulator

Multimedia contents

Integrated SDMB/GPRS handsets

Terrestrial repeaters

Experimental 3G BM-SC

GGSN

SGSN

2.5 G

Network

MSC

HLR


Agenda3
Agenda and beyond 3G network

  • Context

  • SDMB system overview

  • Trials

  • Relation to WRC-07 preparatory work


Wrc 07 preparatory activities
WRC-07 preparatory activities and beyond 3G network

  • S-DMB is a typical “satellite component” of IMT-2000

  • WRC-07 Agenda Item 1.4: Requirements for evolutions of IMT-2000, and systems beyond IMT-2000.

    • Emerging concepts (S-DMB, others): Satellite has an important role to play in the future of IMT-2000

    • Satellite may not be suited for all mobile applications, but it is excellent for some (multicast, coverage complement, reliable communications)

  • Technological evolutions

    • Trend towards integration between terrestrial/satellite mobile systems: system, waveforms

    • Higher satellite power, bigger antenna technology enables seemless terrestrial/satellite access on the same terminal !

    • The role of satellite should be fully recognised in WRC-07 A.I 1.4 preparation

  • WP8F and WP8D cooperation should continue to enable satellite to fully play its role in future mobile systems


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention ! and beyond 3G network


ad