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Ten Minutes at 5GHz. Radiocommunications Agency Conference on 5GHz June 2 2000 Jonathan Burg UK Telecom Solutions. Agenda. Market Drivers Capability Regulation Opportunities Challenge. Increased Local Loop Competition Pluralistic Adoption

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Ten minutes at 5ghz
Ten Minutes at 5GHz

Radiocommunications Agency

Conference on 5GHz

June 2 2000

Jonathan Burg

UK Telecom Solutions


  • Market Drivers

  • Capability

  • Regulation

  • Opportunities

  • Challenge

Market drivers

Increased Local Loop Competition

Pluralistic Adoption

BRAN, 3G, Bluetooth, Optical, cheap Unbundled Loops

Broadcast Technology Squeezing Hard

MMDS/LMDS, Satellite, Digital TV

First Mover Services Key to Revenue

ON, HomeChoice beats xDSL“pure” IP

VoDSL/IP Coming

EU regs could restructure the market

if market doesn’t get there first

Market Drivers


  • Enables broadband indoor or outdoor >1km

    • fills DSL’s 20% gap

  • Supplement local loop / extend 3G

    • Moves Internet-in from kerb/street/air

    • Extends Mobile Network

  • Extend Corporate LANs ‘out’ to campus

  • SME/SoHO, tele-workers want IP VPNs

    • The model is not “move home network out”.

  • Regulation 1

    Business Users need Compatibility

    Governments want Universal Access

    Service Providers want Universal Reach

    Home Users want flexible access

    We all want cheap ubiquitous broadband internet, right?

    Stimulate Competition

    Drive Adoption

    Minimise Homologation

    5.15 Band critical for users

    Operators deliver quality services & drive new investment

    Promote public policy

    Regulation (1)

    Regulation 2

    QoS is SP/Operator Issue - low QoS might be OK for Universal IP Access

    Spectrum Strategy is Regulatory Issue

    Go for Global: 5.15-5.25 should allow flexible path (H1/ H2)

    Set precedents carefully: Europe needs cheap WLL/IP

    Regulation (2)


    <<18 months before DSL hits volume IP Access

    5GHz Available Now

    Networks Deploy Fast

    e.g. Metricom

    Lower Entry Barriers

    Is HIPERLAN doomed as an Alternative Technology?

    Management Challenges for Operators

    QoS, Provisioning, OSS