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Mobile Broadband B3G for Professionals. By Alan Dearlove Radtel Services and Steffen Ring Director, M.Sc.E.E. Chairman Project MESA Steering Committee.

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Mobile Broadband B3G for Professionals

By

Alan Dearlove

Radtel Services

and

Steffen Ring

Director, M.Sc.E.E.

Chairman Project MESA Steering Committee

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International standardisation partnership on mobile broadband technologies established May 2000 in Washington D.C., between ETSI and TIA with full recognition and presence of the European Commission

  • Focussing initially on the advanced needs B3G of the Public Protection & Disaster Relief sector (PPDR)
    • Police/Law Enforcement, National and International
    • Advanced Surveillance and Security (Airports, Nuclear Power Plants etc)
    • Emergency and Medical Services (Telemedicine)
    • Advanced Firefighting
    • Civil Defence and Disaster Response
  • Aggressive technological goals to implement advanced digital services as defined in the MESA Statement of Requirements (SoR), the first ever such document to be elaborated directly by the users within an international partnership
users in the drivers seat the unique mesa sequence of processes the 5s principle
Users in the Drivers SeatThe unique MESA Sequence of processes: The 5S principle

USERS

REGULATORS

INDUSTRY

PARTNERS

SoR

Scenarios

Spectrum

Specifications

Standards

  • Market assessment
  • Elaboration of technical specifications
  • Launch products in standardized, multi-vendor environment
  • National / Regional Spectrum assessment
  • Address applicable WRC Agenda Items
  • Maintain SoR
  • Build scenarios
  • Validate them
  • Describe them
  • Draft, approve and maintain national / regional standards
some key requirements identified
Some key requirements identified
  • Independency of public infrastructures and radio frequency spectrum
  • Independency of public supply of electrical power
  • Ultra fast deployment
    • Integral part of equipment deployed
  • Internationally deployable
    • Globally agreed spectrum
  • Self-healing, wireless ad-hoc networked routers
  • Wireless Switching to dedicated Global Broadband Infrastructures
    • Fibre optical
    • Broadband satellite constellations
  • Crypto transparent communication protocol heirachy
  • From single site ”hot-spot” to ”street-level” services
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Bandwidth positioning of MESA

Beyond 3G (B3G)

  • MESA Combines mobility up to aeronautical speeds with very high data rates
  • Complements known and planned civil standardisation projects around the world
  • Calls for a variety of advanced research
  • On the table within WWRF
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Airborne

Control

Mobile Ad-Hoc Network

” The Moving Hot-Spot”

Backhaul

Satcom

Link

The MESA

Firefighter

Telemedical

Assistance

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The MESA

FireFighter

The MESA Firefighter

  • Full Command Control and Communication (C3) to all MESA Firefighters
  • Online, realtime broadband interlinking
  • Infra-red as well as visible light video monitoring
  • Vital parameters surveillance
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The MESA

FireFighter

Full on-site Command Control and Communication

next steps
Next Steps
  • Users have done first part of their homework (Draft SoR is here)
  • MESA Plenary #4, April 10 – 11 – 12, by special invitation from City of Mesa, Az. U.S.A.
    • Industry Members to take the first step in response to the SoR
    • Technical Committees to be chaired and staffed
  • Regional Mesa Members to continue assisting regulators in preparation for the WRC2003
  • Addressing applicable parts of EU 6th Framework Programme
  • Partner TIA to ensure further funding of progress
  • MESA Plenary #5, September 11 – 12 – 13, Copenhagen, Denmark
    • Approval of first Technical Contributions