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Future Wireless Technologies Forum . License e xempt and light license schemes. May 29, 2014. Simon Yomtov – Managing Director Ceragon South Africa . The #1 High Capacity Wireless Hauling Specialist. $400M. Annualized revenue. Global services >550,000 radios. 33 % of Sales .

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future wireless technologies forum
Future Wireless Technologies Forum

License exempt and light license schemes

May 29, 2014

Simon Yomtov – Managing Director Ceragon South Africa

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The #1 High Capacity Wireless Hauling Specialist

$400M

  • Annualized revenue

Global services >550,000 radios

33% of Sales

  • installed in over 130 countries

Technological advantage

  • with in-house chip design
  • with global Tier 1 operators

#1

Industry leading

  • product cost position
slide3

Resolving Backhaul/Fronthaul Challenges Across Entire Networks

IP-10G

IP-20S

IP-20E

IP-20N

IP-20G

IP-20LHAll-Indoor & Split Mount

FibeAir2500 Sub6 GHz PtMP

IP-20C

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agenda
Agenda
  • E-band & V-Band Applications Small Cells Overview
    • Mobile
    • Other
  • Propagation considerations
  • Notes on additional licenses exempts
  • Questions
atmospheric attenuation
Atmospheric Attenuation

Attenuation

dB / km

Temp: 15 °C

Freq: GHz

why e band and v band now
Why E-Band and V-Band now?

Mobile Network Operators (MNO)

Small Cells

Access

1st Aggregation

2nd Aggregation

Backbone

The Emergence of Small Cells require lower cost lower visual impact achievable in Sub 6GHz PtmP/PtP/WiFi, 60GHz (V-band) and in 70-80GHz (E-band)

Need for high capacity in Mobile and Enterprise access is hard satisfied in traditional wireless frequencies ( 6-42GHz ) in terms of system cost, size, spectrum availability and licenses cost

Enterprise/ISP

Technological improvements make it feasible to manufacture reliably in high quantities

mobile network operators adding another frequency band
Mobile Network OperatorsAdding Another Frequency Band

Small Cells

Access

1st Aggregation

2nd Aggregation

Backbone

  • Major Benefits:
      • Large available BW (5GHz FDD)
      • Low spectrum cost
      • Low chance for interference (Antenna beam, short distances)

6-42GHz MW BH

E-band

Relatively short links ~1.8km

mobile network operators e band systems applications
Mobile Network OperatorsE-band Systems Applications

Small Cells

Access

1st Aggregation

2nd Aggregation

Backbone

High capacity Links: ≤1Gbps*

RRH* conn.

Small Cells BH

Expecting >1Gbps in ~2-3y

* RRH – Remote Radio Head

  • Strict requirement for 1Gbps, though actual capacity figures are lower than this.
isps and enterprise fiber extension applications
ISPs and EnterpriseFiber Extension Applications
  • ISP
    • Connectivity to available POP
  • Enterprise
    • Providing internal infrastructure connectivity needs

High Capacity connection – 1Gbps

perfect fit for the urban applications
Perfect fit for the Urban applications!
  • 10dB of System Gain  ~400m
  • Distance vs System Gain (99.995%,V)
v band eirp regulations favorable for transport
V-Band EIRP Regulations – Favorable for transport
  • ETSI regulations
    • 10dBm at antenna port
    • Maximum EIRP = 55dBm
    • Minimum antenna gain = +30dBi
  • 50 MHz channels with an option to aggregate to 2.5 GHz
  • No min spectral efficiency
new applications summary
New applications summary

Core

Smart Pipe

C-RAN extension

Short range virtual fiber

IP-20E

Fiber Aggregation Network

Fronthaul(CPRI)

  • Urban Macro-Site
  • Aggregation
  • High capacity

AggregationNode

IP-20E

Carrier Ethernet

MPLS-TP

IP/MPLS

E-Band

For CPRI

DU

DU

Super Size Macro Site

AggregationNode

RU

AggregationNode

E-Band

Ethernet Services

Enterprise access

60GHz

IP-20E / IP-20V

Small

Cells

Super Size Macro Site

Street Level

Alternate Path / Media

Short range virtual fiber

PtMP

Sub 6GHz

Small Cell

Backhaul

Short range street level deployment

IP-20V

Small

Cells

summary
Summary
  • E-Band / V-Band solutions solve new requirements
  • Cost effective short range high capacity services
  • Regulation in general is favorable
  • Other light license spectrum options (Sub 6, 17 and 24) are limited
thank you
Thank you

Simon Yomtov

simony@ceragon.com

+27-73-8027652