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  1. OFDMA Dr. Zion Hadad CEO, Runcom Technologies, Ltd Telecom 2004 9 November 2004 Future Vision of Mobile Communication Networks

  2. 4G Requirements • IEEE 802.16e OFDMA for B3G • OFDMA Roadmap • Market Projections • Standardization • Players within IEEE 802.16e • Interoperability • OFDMA Concept • Runcom`s OFDMA Implementation

  3. OFDMA Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access A flexible Cellular technology for the Next Generation

  4. 3G+ 4G Applications Serving Diverged Standards Converged Control and Management Plane For Different Networks WAN 802.16e GSM/EDGE MAN 802.16 HIPERACCESS LAN 802.11 HiperLAN PAN Diverged Physical Layers 802.15 Bluetooth HiperPAN Divergent terminals Converged Terminals 4G RequirementsNetwork Convergence is Key High Speed Air Interface Alone is not enough

  5. 802.16e OFDMA for B3G

  6. OFDMA - Coverage and Network • Authentication server • Security • Network management PSTN Internet IP Network (Mobile) Router CPE Site Base Station Site

  7. OFDMA for B3G Requirements • User friendly: Reliable, Easy to operate, Small size and light, Long Battery life, Triple play, Security and Always connected • Throughput: 4bps/Hz, Real BB ( 20 -100 Mbps) • Capacity: ~200 times AMPS • Cost: Potentially as low as 802.11b • Coverage: 99%: Urban, Sub- Urban, Rural, in-door and out-door to in-door At low cost prices • Mobility: all kind from fixed to vehicular speed250Km/hr with fast smooth Hand off • Operation – Easy to Maintain, Scalable, AAA, QoS

  8. 802.16e OFDMA for B3G/4G Convergence of Broadband: Cellular, W-LAN and Broadcasting on one Air Interface OFDMA 802.16e Next Generation Video/Audio Broadcasting

  9. How OFDMA B3G is Different ?

  10. OFDMA Road Map

  11. IEEE802.16e Expected Roadmap

  12. MARKET PROJECTION

  13. Fixed & Mobile BWA Market Projections • By Visant Strategies – Nov. 2003

  14. Fixed & Mobile BWA Market Projections (cont.) • By Visant Strategies – Nov. 2003

  15. STANDARDIZATION

  16. 802.16.a/e/d 802.20 ??? OFDMA Standardization Runcom’s OFDMA® Generic Technology Road map to 4G Digital Interactive TV Broadband Mobile Cellular Broadband Wireless Access Cellular DVB-T/RCT Fixed/Mobile 4G ETSIApproved April 2001 16a Finalized Early 2003 Extended to mobile early 2004 WWRF, WSI, mITF EN301958 OFDMA adopted by Wimax and TTA (Korea) as the mobile B3G of choice from 802.16.e

  17. IEEE 802.16 Technology • Best Scoring proposal in the First/Second Rounds, for the OFDM/OFDMA technologies • Proposal has been used as the base-line proposal for the OFDM/OFDMA modes

  18. Players Within OFDMA 16e

  19. Operators Korea - KT, SKT, Hanaro USA – Nextel, Sprint, Verizon, Worldcom China – China Unicom, China Mobile Japan: DoCoMo, KDDI, J-Phone Europe: T-Mobile, MTS, Orange (FT), BT, Vodafone The recipient agrees to use the information supplied herein solely for the purpose of evaluating the cooperation opportunity and agrees to keep permanently confidential all information contained herein or made available in connection to any further investigation. The recipient is not to disclose such information directly or indirectly to any third party (other than those specifically required to assist in the recipient’s evaluation, provided they are informed by the recipient of the confidential nature of the information and Runcom is advised in advance in writing of the identity of the recipients). The information shall not be copied, reproduced, or distributed to other parties at any time without the prior written consent of Runcom.

  20. Networking & Base Station Players Samsung, LG, Motorola, Nortel, Huawei, ZTE, Panasonic, NEC, Siemens, Alcatel, Nortel, Nokia Fujitsu, ADC, Cisco, … Lucent others The recipient agrees to use the information supplied herein solely for the purpose of evaluating the cooperation opportunity and agrees to keep permanently confidential all information contained herein or made available in connection to any further investigation. The recipient is not to disclose such information directly or indirectly to any third party (other than those specifically required to assist in the recipient’s evaluation, provided they are informed by the recipient of the confidential nature of the information and Runcom is advised in advance in writing of the identity of the recipients). The information shall not be copied, reproduced, or distributed to other parties at any time without the prior written consent of Runcom.

  21. ASIC Runcom, Intel, Phillips, STMicroelectronics, Agere, Freescale, Fujitsu The recipient agrees to use the information supplied herein solely for the purpose of evaluating the cooperation opportunity and agrees to keep permanently confidential all information contained herein or made available in connection to any further investigation. The recipient is not to disclose such information directly or indirectly to any third party (other than those specifically required to assist in the recipient’s evaluation, provided they are informed by the recipient of the confidential nature of the information and Runcom is advised in advance in writing of the identity of the recipients). The information shall not be copied, reproduced, or distributed to other parties at any time without the prior written consent of Runcom.

  22. WIMAX & 802.16 PLAYERS ASIC Equipment Providers SystemIntegrators Operators

  23. Interoperability

  24. Currently profiles developed by TTA (KOREA) / IEEE for early entries WIMAX started the process The recipient agrees to use the information supplied herein solely for the purpose of evaluating the cooperation opportunity and agrees to keep permanently confidential all information contained herein or made available in connection to any further investigation. The recipient is not to disclose such information directly or indirectly to any third party (other than those specifically required to assist in the recipient’s evaluation, provided they are informed by the recipient of the confidential nature of the information and Runcom is advised in advance in writing of the identity of the recipients). The information shall not be copied, reproduced, or distributed to other parties at any time without the prior written consent of Runcom.

  25. OFDMA CONCEPT

  26. What is OFDMA ? • OFDMA is Spread Spectrum technique based on Spreaded Multi Tone Modulation. • OFDMA divided the allocated spectrum to groups of Sub carriers called Sub-Channels. • OFDMA Sub-Carriers are pseudo randomly spreaded on the entire spectrum for achieving frequency diversity (could be group of subcarriers or separate subcarriers). • OFDMA combines FDMA and TDMA Access scheme, OFDMA divided the BW resources between users, By Assign Multiple Sub-Channels and multiple time slots per user,

  27. OFDMA-TDMA Principles Using OFDMA/TDMA, Sub Channels are allocated in the Frequency Domain, and OFDM Symbols allocated in the Time Domain.

  28. Using Special Permutations for Sub carrier or clusters allocation • Carriers/Clusters are allocated by a basic series and it’s cyclic permutations for example: • Basic Series: 0,5,2,10,4,20,8,17,16,11,9,22,18,21,13,19,3,15,6,7,12,14,1 • After two cyclic permutations we get: 2,10,4,20,8,17,16,11,9,22,18,21,13,19,3,15,6,7,12,14,1,0,5

  29. OFDMA Coverage six sectors PUSC(1/2) Capacity: 0.97 Bit/Sec/Hz per sector, Reuse=1 Half of the Sub-channels loaded, No-soft hand-off , No STC, No FAPC, No MIMO

  30. STC 2x2 FUSC

  31. SISO 24 Sectors

  32. OFDMA DEVELOPMENT IN RUNCOM

  33. CPE Base Station Runcom’s OFDMA Chip Based Products

  34. Thank you Runcom’s Team