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Radio Frequency Spectrum Management in Indonesia - 3G/IMT 2000, TV Digital and other Wireless Activities And Issues W.I.Widiastuty Director of Radio Frequency Planning Directorate General of Posts and Telecommunication. OUTLINE. Why we should manage the Spectrum Frequency

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Radio frequency spectrum management in indonesia

Radio Frequency Spectrum Management in Indonesia

- 3G/IMT 2000, TV Digital and other Wireless Activities And Issues

W.I.Widiastuty

Director of Radio Frequency Planning

Directorate General of Posts and Telecommunication


Outline

OUTLINE

  • Why we should manage the Spectrum Frequency

  • Route of Spectrum regulation in Indonesia

  • How we should allocate 3G/IMT 2000, TV Digital and Other Wireless activities

  • What are the issues related with the transition to 3G/IMT 2000 in Indonesia

  • The way forward


Radio frequency spectrum management purposes in our point of view

Radio Frequency Spectrum Management purposes in our point of view

  • To maximize efficient radio frequency spectrum usage

  • To ensure the availability of spectrum for new technology and services, flexible in adapting new market demands

  • To develop licensing process in fair, transparent, and efficient ways

  • To develop allocation and assignment plan based on market demand

  • To encourage competition To ensure availability of spectrum for public interest, such as for safety and health purposes


Major changes in telecommunication legislation

Major changes in telecommunication legislation

  • In 1999 the Government of Indonesia

    • publishedaTelecommunications Policy Blueprint

      • to map the road to sector reform, and

      • to spell out Government’s policy in sector restructurization

    • enacted a new Telecommunications Law that

      • abolish mopoly and introduce competition in the sector

      • stimulates private sector investment and operation

      • confines the Government’s role in policy-making and regulation

      • protects consumers interest


Route of spectrum regulation in indonesia

Route of spectrum regulation in Indonesia

ITU

Constitution,Convention, Administrative Regulation

Basic Constitution (UUD1945)

Chapter 33.3

Law No. 36/99

on Telecommunication

Government Regulation

On

Radio Frequency Spectrum and Satellite Orbit

  • PP No. 53/2000

  • Ministry Decrees


Spectrum condition in 2 ghz band

Spectrum condition in 2 GHz band

  • 2 GHz bands is the favorite band due to :

    • Tropical climate.

    • Long hop

  • Full of existing user

    • mainly for Microwave link to support public telephone network.

      The allocation plan in this band become very difficult and need big effort from new license holders


Future trend in wireless

Future Trend in Wireless

  • 3 G / IMT – 2000

    • Mobile services market in Indonesia

    • Issues in the transition of 3G/IMT-2000

  • Broad Band Wireless Access (BWA)


Preparation for 3g imt 2000

Preparation for 3G/IMT-2000


Mobile services market in indonesia 1 2

Mobile services market in Indonesia (1/2)

  • Seven in operational stage

    • Six licensees in the 800/900 MHz band

      • Three GSM 9000 (national)

      • Two AMPS (regional)

      • One CDMA One (regional)

    • One licensee in the 450 MHz band (NMT)

  • Nine in pre-operational stage

    • Seven licensees in the 1.8 GHz band for regional

    • Two licensees in the 1.8 GHz band for Notional wide


Mobile services market in indonesia 2 2

Mobile services market in Indonesia (2/2)

Mobile growth rate is about three to four time that of fixed network


Issues in the transition to 3g

ISSUES IN THE TRANSITION TO 3G

  • Global standardisation of 3G

  • Licensing

  • Spectrum


Standardization of 3g imt 2000

Standardization of 3G / IMT 2000

  • The Government in order to implement 3G/IMT 2000 will :

    • Adopt a technology neutral approach

    • Permit operators deploy any IMT 2000 system that

      • is compatible with the spectrum plan of Indonesia

      • maximizes users convenience in roaming

      • facilitates reasonable users choice in terminals

      • to the greatest extent possibleenables operators of existing systems evolve smoothly towards IMT 2000


Licensing 1 2

Licensing (1/2)

  • Mastel’s recommendations:

    • existing operators should not be excluded in the bid for IMT 2000 license

    • number of operators to be licensed should be determined within the constraints of the minimum spectrum requirements

    • use an approach for selecting licensees that benefits the society

    • ideally IMT 2000 MSS (mobile satellite system) should be authorized for service at the expected date of service of the terrestrial part of IMT 2000


Licensing 2 2

Licensing (2/2)

  • Government Plans

    • Determine efficient spectrum frequency usage

    • Design license package

    • Determine fair and transparent regulation


Spectrum 1 2

Spectrum (1/2)

  • Background :

    • any regulatory actions regarding IMT 2000 spectrum should be aimed at encouraging investments in IMT 2000 systems

    • permit existing operators to use IMT 2000 technology in spectrum currently allocated to them


Spectrum 1 21

Spectrum (1/2)

  • Allocation to IMT-2000 (core band)

1980

2010

1885

2170

2200

2110

ITU WRC 92

terrestrial

SAT

terrestrial

SAT

2025

  • Indonesia

  • Terr. : 135 MHz

  • SAT. : 60 MHz

1880

1900

1980

2010

2110

2170

2200

terrestrial

terrestrial

SAT

SAT

1895

1920

2025

GSM 1800

Unpaired spectrum

(15 MHz)

DECT

PHS

Paired Spectrum

(2 x 60 MHz)

IMT-2000 terrestrial

IMT-2000 satellite

18001850 1900 1950 2000 2050 2100 2150 2200 2250

Frequency in MHz


Regulation

Regulation

  • License will be given for 20 years

  • Roaming facility (new operators need access to the 2G)

  • Infrastructure sharing

  • Reserving spectrum


Broadband wireless access bwa 1 2

Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) 1/2

  • Spectrum Frequency license will be given based on first come first serve basis

  • The plan of spectrum allocation :

    • 2,4 GHz  1 block Sharing usage

    • 3,3 GHz  1 block of 2 x 24 MHz (FDD)

    • 5,8 GHz  1 block Sharing usage

    • 10,5 GHz  (1) 7 block of 2 x 7 MHz

      (2) 7 block of 2 x 14 MHz

    • 24/26 GHz  4 block of 2 x 150 MHz

    • 27 GHz  1 block of 1 GHz

    • 28 GHz  1 block of 850 MHz


Broadband wireless access bwa 2 2

Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) 2/2

  • License granted :

     11 (Eleven) Licenses

    • 0ne in 3,3 GHz

    • Four in 5,8 GHz

    • Tree in 10,5 GHz

    • One in 24/26 GHz

    • One in 27 GHz

    • One in 28 GHz

  • Issues arising

    • The using of ISM band in 2,4 GHz for Wireless Local Access for Internet

    • Sharing Criteria


  • Tv broadcasting

    TV Broadcasting

    • Existing Condition :

      • The system still Analog

      • There are :

        • 5 (five) licenses in operational stage (National wide)

        • 5 (five) licensees in pre-operational stage (Regional)

    • Way Forward :

      • Changing in legislation  Autonomy Regim

        Broadcasting Law

      • The master plan of TV Broadcasting (included TV Digital)

      • Global standards for TV Digital


    Radio frequency spectrum management in indonesia

    Thank You!


    Way forward

    Way forward

    • To enable the industry adequately prepare for the entrance into the 3G world , Mastel would invite the Government:

      • to issue a consultation paper at earliest convenience that addresses among other things the following issues:

        • time frame

        • spectrum pricing

        • policy implications of WRC 2000 decisions on 3G extension band

        • etc.

      • to consider comments offered by the industry on the issues and eventually establish further dialog with all parties concerned


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