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Activities of ARIB after the last meeting. - Standardization for Radio Systems -. Masayoshi WAKAO (wakao@arib.or.jp) Secretary General, Senior Managing Director. Submission Date: July 8, 2008. Highlight of Current Activities (1). Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) New Standards

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activities of arib after the last meeting

Activities of ARIBafter the last meeting

- Standardization for Radio Systems -

Masayoshi WAKAO (wakao@arib.or.jp)

Secretary General, Senior Managing Director

Submission Date:July 8, 2008

highlight of current activities 1
Highlight of Current Activities (1)
  • Broadband Wireless Access (BWA)
    • New Standards
      • ARIB STD-T94 WiMAXTM applied in Japan
      • ARIB STD-T95 Next Generation PHS
    • December 2007, MIC selected two operators for the deployment of nationwide mobile services
      • WILLCOM,Inc. (Next-Generation PHS)
      • UQ Communications Inc** (Mobile WiMAX) **Until March 2008, known as “Wireless Broadband Planning, Inc.”
    • June 2008, MIC licensed 42 operators for regional/local fixed services (WiMAX)
highlight of current activities 2
Highlight of Current Activities (2)
  • WLAN Standards Update
    • To accommodate 5.6GHz band
    • To add 802.11n capabilities (D2.0 basis)
  • RFID Standards Update
    • To expand applicable spectra
    • To accommodate new applications
  • Free Downloading of ARIB Standards and TRs
    • Since 21 April 2008
    • 641 books/month sold in the past (average in FY 2007)
    • More than 183,000 downloads and 10 books sold in the first month
    • Continue analyzing the implications
strategic direction challenges
Strategic Direction / Challenges
  • IMT Advanced
    • Facilitate the studies on candidate radio interface technologies and the evaluation methodologies
  • Digital Broadcasting
    • New Technologies for Future Broadcasting
      • Ultra High Definition TV systems
    • Extended Transmission Media
      • Advanced Broadcasting Satellite
      • IPTV
    • Mobile Multimedia
  • International Cooperation and Harmonization
    • IMT-Advanced
    • Digital Broadcast
    • Broadband Wireless Access
next steps actions
Next Steps/Actions
  • IMT Advanced
    • Start discussions on the candidate technologies and the evaluation at the Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee (ADWICS)
    • Discussions at GSC/GRSC, CJK and any other opportunities
  • Digital Broadcasting
    • New bodies for studying
      • Studio Standards for Ultra High Definition TV
      • Studies on 3D-TV, use of meta-data, IPTV and others
    • Accelerate current development activities
      • Quality Evaluation
      • Advanced STL/TTL and FPU links
activities of arib

Activities of ARIB

Standardization for Radio Systems

over the past year

Masayoshi WAKAO (wakao@arib.or.jp)

Secretary General, Senior Managing Director

CJK08-PLE08-006

contents
CONTENTS
  • Major R&D and Standardization Updates
    • Broadband Wireless Access
    • Other Areas
  • Spectrum Re-allocation Action Plan
major r d and standardization updates 1

Major R&D and Standardization Updates-1-

Activities in Advanced Wireless Communications

advanced wireless communications

Work target

Advanced Wireless communications

Mobility

① Enhanced 3G

② 4G

New

High

③ BWA

Mobile

Enhanced

Access

IMT-2000

IMT-2000

Enhancement

New Nomadic /R-LAN

Low

1

10

100

1000

Peak Useful Data Rate (Mb/s)

Note: The illustration is based on Fig. 2 of ITU-R Rec. M.1645

advanced wireless communications study committee adwics in arib
Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee (ADWICS) in ARIB
  • Scope of Work
    • To conduct technical studies on Advanced Wireless Communications Systems: IMT-2000, IMT-Advanced and Broadband Wireless Access (BWA)
    • To contribute to the global standardization
  • Established in April 2006
organization of adwics
Organization of ADWICS

Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee (ADWICS)

Steering Committee

IMT Partnership Subcommittee

IMT-Advanced Subcommittee

BWA Subcommittee

WGs corresponding to segments in 3GPPs

International Relations WG

Collaboration Group

Standardization Study Group

WiMAX WG

802.20 WG

Radio Interface Technology Study Group

Next-Generation PHS WG

bwa arib new standards
BWA ARIB New Standards
  • ARIB STD-T94OFDMA Broadband Mobile Wireless Access System (WiMAXTM applied in Japan) ARIB STANDARD
  • ARIB STD-T95OFDMA/TDMA TDD Broadband Access System (Next Generation PHS) ARIB STANDARD
  • Adopted on 12 December 2007
moves in the government sector

**

Changed the corporate name from “Wireless Broadband Planning, Inc.” in March 2008

Moves in the government sector
  • December 2006, the Information and Communications Council presented a report of the 2.5 GHz-band BWA Systems to MIC** the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
  • December 2007, MIC licensed two operators for the deployment
    • WILLCOM,Inc. (Next-Generation PHS)
    • UQ Communications Inc** (Mobile WiMAX)
  • June 2008, MIC licensed 42 operatiors for regional and local services
2 5 ghz band channel plan for bwa
2.5 GHz-band Channel Plan for BWA

42 regional operators licensed

(June, 2008)

WILLCOM, Inc.

UQ Communications Inc

Fixed Wireless Access

(For Regional deployment)

Mobile Communications

(For Nation-wide deployment)

Mobile Communications

(For Nation-wide deployment)

Guard Band

Guard Band

Guard Band

Guard Band

N-STAR

MBSAT

2535MHz 2545MHz

2575MHz 2595MHz

2625MHz 2630MHz

*

Total 10MHz of Guard Bands

For this 10MHz bandwidth, operation is restricted until 31 December 2014

other standards
Other Standards
  • RFID
    • New STD ARIB STD-T93 315 MHz-Band Telemeter, Telecontrol and Data Transmission Radio Equipment for Specified Low Power Radio Station (mainly for automobile use)
    • New STD ARIB STD-T96950 MHz-Band Telemeter, Telecontrol and Data Transmission Radio Equipment for Specified Low Power Radio Station (mainly for active tag systems)
  • Wireless LAN
    • ARIB STD-T71 4.0Expansion of 5GHz band to include 5.47 – 5.725GHz (5.6GHz band) was adopted in May 2007
    • ARIB STD-T66 3.0 & STD-T71 5.0802.11n capabilities were added based on D2.0 draft to 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands
5ghz band wireless lan
5GHz band Wireless LAN

ARIB STD-T71 Broadband Mobile Access Communication System (CSMA)

*1 Version 3.0, September 2005, Addition of 5.3GHz band

*2 Version 4.0; May 2007, Addition of 5.6GHz band

*3 Version 5.0; March 2008, Addition of 802.11n capabilities (D2.0 based)

uhf band re allocation plan 710 770mhz
UHF Band Re-Allocation Plan(710-770MHz)

2007

Terrestrial TV Broadcasting

(13 – 52 channel)

Terrestrial TV Broadcasting

(53 – 62 channel)

770 MHz

710

After 25 July 2012

Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcasting

(13 – 52 channel)

Mobile Communications

Guard

Band

ITS

Guard

Band

710

715

725

730

770 MHz

VHF Band Re-Allocation Plan(90-108MHz &170-222MHz)

2007

Terrestrial TV

Broadcasting

(1 – 3 channel)

FM

broadcast

Terrestrial TV Broadcasting

(4 – 12 channel)

90

108

170

222 MHz

After 25 July 2011

MM

Broadcast

for Mobile

(except TV)

Private Business and

Local Government

Including PPDR

Guard

Band

MM

Broadcast

for Mobile

(except TV)

FM

broadcast

90

170

202.5

207.5

222 MHz

108

( Source : report of Telecom.

Technology Sub-council )

frequency allocation for 3g and beyond
Frequency Allocation for 3G and Beyond

4G MobileSystem

TDD system

FDD system

700MHz

800MHz

900MHz

1.5GHz

1.7GHz

2.0GHz

2.0GHz

2.5GHz

3.4~3.6GHz

3.6~4.2GHz

4.4~4.9GHz

・NTT DoCoMo

・KDDI

  • NTT DoCoMo
  • KDDI
  • Softbank
  • NTT DoCoMo
  • eMobile
  • NTT DoCoMo
  • KDDI
  • Softbank

Current status

Used for

PDC (2G)

and 3G

Used for

PDC (2G)

Used for 3G

Used for 3G

Used for BWA

Used for Fixed and other

systems

Used for Fixed

systems

  • ・UQ Communications (WiMAXTM)
  • Wilcom (XGPHS)
  • will start services in 2Q/09

PDC (2G)

Ceasing

2008~ 2010

Identified as IMT Plan bandat WRC-07

For further investigation

Analog

television service

to be discontinued

Shift/Convergence

For 3G

deployment

Future

For 4Gdeploymentas globally agreed MT band

For 4Gdeploymentas anotherMT band

For TDD basedmobile systems

Studying

for 3.9G

deployment

700MHz

800MHz

900MHz

Technical

Requirements

Under Study

for deployment

Driving Fixedand other systems out

Driving Fixedand other systems out

To be used as pair bands

after July 2012

activities of arib1

Activities of ARIB

- Standardization for Radio Systems -

contents1
CONTENTS
  • Standardization Flow in Japan
  • About ARIB
  • R & D and Standardization
standardization flow in japan1

Mandatory technical requirement

Active and effective use of radio waves

Voluntary ARIB Standard

Standardization Flow in Japan

(Note) MIC: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications

Users, Operators, Suppliers

ITU-T/ITU-R

Demand

MIC

Telecom. Technology Sub-council

Radio Regulatory Council

MIC’s radio station license

Study Group

Rule making

Partici-pation

Technical Committee

Standard Assembly

R&D Group

ARIB

Other organizations, etc.

outline of arib
Outline of ARIB
  • Establishment: merge of two organizations in 1995:
    • Research & Development Center for Radio Systems (RCR)
    • Broadcasting Technology Association (BTA)
  • Objective: promotion of pubic welfare by means of:
    • conducting investigation, R&D and consultation of utilization of radio waves
    • promoting realization and dissemination of new radio systems
  • Main Activities:
    • investigation and R&D on utilization of radio waves
    • establishment of voluntary technical standards for radio systems
    • consultation, dissemination, collection and publication of information on utilization of radio waves
    • frequency change support for terrestrial digital TV broadcasting
    • frequency expiration support for re-allotment of radio spectrum
organization of arib
Organization of ARIB

Members

General Assembly

Secretariat

Auditors

Board of Directors

Secretary General

Chairman

[STD]

Standard Assembly

[R&D]

Technical Committee

Standard Council

Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee

[MGT]

Management Strategy Committee

Electromagnetic Environment Committee

Management Committee

[PMT]

Popularization Committee

arib s r d and standardization
ARIB’s R&D and Standardization

Demands for radio systems

Technical Committee

Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee

Electromagnetic Environment Committee

• • • •

R&D Group

R&D Group

MIC

Results of R&D

Considerations on Technical Requirements

Draft ARIB Standard

Rule making by the Ministry

Standard Assembly

Demands for voluntary standards

ARIB Standard

arib standard assembly

Standard Assembly

Chairman

Members

ARIB Standard Assembly
  • Establishment: 1995 (reorganized from the RCR Standard Assembly and the BTA)
  • Members: 214 (as of March 1, 2008)
    • open to any entity, organization and person
    • no limitation on nationality
    • independent from ARIB membership
  • Organization:

For maintenance and enhancement of ARIB standards

21 Working Groups

members of arib standard assembly
Members of ARIB Standard Assembly

Total: 275

T: Telecommunications companiesB: Broadcasting companies and organizationsM: Research, Development and manufacture companies of radio equipmentO: Wholesaler, bank, electricity, gas and service companies and corporations (as of March 1, 2008)

Total: 214

areas of arib standards
Areas of ARIB Standards
  • Telecommunications
    • Radio facilities/equipment/devices for Telecom. Businesses (Mobile/Fixed, Land/Satellite, etc.)
    • Radio facilities/equipment/devices for Other Businesses (trunked radio systems, radio systems for business, public safety, local government use, etc.)
    • Low Power equipment/devices for data com., radio microphone, cordless telephone, WLAN/wireless access, RFID, ITS, UWB, etc.
    • Others: SAR measurement for mobile phones, EMC, Power Line Communications, Optical Wireless LAN, etc.
  • Broadcasting
    • Digital Broadcasting (Terrestrial/Satellite, Fixed/Mobile Reception, TV/Multimedia)
    • Transmission for programme contribution/distribution
    • Studio facilities/equipment
    • Quality Evaluation Methods (Video/Audio, mobile reception, FPD, etc.)
  • Common or Others
    • Measurement Methods
outcome from standard assembly
Outcome from Standard Assembly
  • ARIB Standards (STDs):

– voluntary standards of private sector

  • ARIB Technical Reports (TRs):

– technical information not including standards

  • Number of STDs and TRs
  • Free Download

– since 21 April 2008

As of March 31 2008

standards collaboration general
Standards Collaboration (General)

ITU

Up Stream

MIC

GSC/GRSC

I T U

ARIB

Down Stream

ATIS

CCSA

Communications Alliance ETSI

ISACC

TIA

TTA

TTC

A P T

AWF

ASTAP

CJK IT Standards Meeting

MIC :

TTA

Ministry of Internal Affairs and Telecommunications

CCSA

TTC

relation with other orgs specific projects
Relation with other orgs. (Specific Projects)

Telecommunications

Broadcasting

(IMT-2000/Advanced )

3GPP/3GPP2

ARIB/ATSC Regular Meeting

(IMT-Advanced)

WWRF

NGMC Forum

ARIB/DVBRegular Meeting

FuTURE Forum

ARIB

CJK Standards Meeting

(Wireless Access/WLAN)

ETSI/DVB

IEEE 802.11, 16, 20, etc.

ETSI BRAN

WiMAX Forum

SMPTE

PHS MoU Group