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  1. NetAstra Product Family Overview

  2. NetAstra Solution Highlights • High capacity per Sector • 200 Mbps aggregate throughput • Ethernet connectivity • Low cost 50 Mbps Base Station • High capacity end user equipment –5, 10, 20, 50 Mbps • Up to 32 SUs per sector • Guaranteed SLA and capacity per Subscriber Unit • Small and constant latency- 4 to 10msec typical under full sector load • Wide range of frequency bands - 4.9 to 6 GHz, 3.3-3.8 GHz, 205 GHz High capacity PtMP for bandwidth demanding applications and guaranteed SLA

  3. Common Architectures • Access Backhaul • Mobile Backhaul • Video Surveillance • Homeland Security Enterprise Network L2VPN/L3VPN IP/MPLS Network 1 Network 2 Network 3 Enterprise Network Enterprise Networks: ETH / TDM / FR / ATM Pseudowires Enterprise Networks: ETH / TDM / FR / ATM 3

  4. NetAstra HPMP Link Components High Capacity Subscriber Units: » NetAstra SU 5x05 » NetAstra SU 5x50 » NetAstra SU 5x20 » NetAstra SU 5x10 » NetAstra HMU 5x100 Base Station External Antenna High Capacity Base Station: »NetAstra AU 5x200 » NetAstra AU 5x50 » NetAstra AMU 5x100 IDU-ODU: CAT-5e ETH Cable 4

  5. Link Components Base Station External Antenna (Dual Polarization) 60°, 90°, 120° Embedded Antenna High Capacity Base Station: » AU 5x200 – up to 200 Mbps Aggregate » AUM 5x100 – up to 100 Mbps Aggregate » AU 5x50 – up to 50 Mbps Aggregate Integrated Antenna + Connectorized Antenna IDU-ODU: CAT-5e ETH Cable High Capacity Subscriber Units: »SU 5x50 – up to 50 Mbps Aggregate »SU 5x20 – up to 20 Mbps Aggregate »SU 5x10 – up to 10 Mbps Aggregate »SU 5x05 – up to 5 Mbps Aggregate IDU or PoE (AC/DC) 5

  6. NetAstra AU-5x200 High Capacity Base Station • Fully outdoor • Small form factor ODU • Low Power consumption • High TX power for long range • MIMO/Diversity

  7. NetAstra SU 5xxx - High Capacity Subscriber Unit Connectorized ODU High Gain Integrated Antenna Small Form Factor Antenna. ODU is connectorized

  8. NetAstra HPMPProducts – Fixed / Nomadic Radios 4.9 GHz, 5.x GHz, 6.x GHz Products 3.x GHz Products 8

  9. NetAstra HPMPProducts – Fixed / Nomadic Radios 2.5 GHz Products 9

  10. NetAstra HPMP Unlicensed 5.x Products

  11. NetAstra HPMP Licensed 3.x Products

  12. NetAstra HPMP Licensed 2.5 Products

  13. NetAstra Point-to-MultiPoint Portfolio • Highest capacity Base Station • Up to 200 Mbps throughput • Up to 50 Mbps per SU! • Guaranteed SLA (similar to PtP) • Low and fixed Latency • Highest spectrum efficiency – 5 bps/Hz • Long range (40Km) • Carrier grade PtMP • Multi Band: 2.5-2.7 GHz 3.3-3.8 GHz and 4.9-6.0 GHz • Inter / Intra site synchronization 13

  14. Link Components: New AU 5x50 5.x GHz Integrated Antenna • Support up to 50 Mbps net aggregate throughput • Comply with ETSI, WPC, MII and Universal regulations FCC/IC - August/12 • Operated with PoE devices (IDU GBE AC and DC) and IDU DT6 • Integrated antenna basic spec: • Gain: 13 dBi • Az. Beam-width: 90 deg. • Frequency: 4.9-5.950 GHz • Works with all NetAstra Subscriber Units (SU 5x50, SU 5x20, SU 5x10 and SU 5x05) • Support 5 and 10 MHz Channel BW • -8 to 25 dBm • Support GbE interface 14

  15. Link Components: NewSU 5x05 5.x GHz • Connectorized NetAstra SU 5x05 D • Support up to 5 Mbps net aggregate throughput • Form factors: Connectorized & Integrated Antenna • Comply with WPC, MII, Universal, ETSI (May/2012), FCC/IC (Aug/2012) regulations • Operated with PoE devices (IDU GBE AC and DC) • Works with all NetAstra Base-stations (AU 5x200 and AU 5x50) • Support 5, 10, 20 and 40 MHz Channel BW • -8 to 25 dBm • Power consumption < 12 Watt • Integrated antenna basic spec: • Gain: 15 dBi • Az. Beam-width: 15 degrees • El. Beam-width: 30 degrees Integrated NetAstra SU 5x05 15

  16. Link Components: IDU – DT6 • 1U small form factor Indoor unit for ODUs traffic aggregation • 6 POEs for ODUs • Network interfaces – SFP , GE • Built-in switch • Applicable for both NetStream and NetAstra • Customer advantages • Easy installation • Less indoor space • Network interface flexibly • Target market: • ISP/ESP with multiple NetAstra Sectors looking for carrier grade solution • Carrier/ vertical sites with co located NetStream 16

  17. NetAstra HPMP Link Components: IDU DT6 • The IDU DT6 provides aggregation for multiple NetAstra links and HBSs at a hub location • It supports all NetStream and NetAstra ODUs • Up to 6 PoE Interfaces • (PoE legacy mode / PoE) • Up to 25 W per PoE port • 2 LAN Interfaces 10/100/1000 Mbps; • auto-negotiation • SFP Interfaces: 2 x SFP ports of 1000 • Mbps (standard MSA) • 19” rack mounted, 1iU and half width • Power feeding is 44 VDC - 56VDC, Dual • redundant inputs 17

  18. NetAstra HPMP Link Components: HSU AC + PoE The NetAstra SU 5x10 AC has a new PoE Out port: The port delivers DC / DC + ETH (user configurable) as seen below: DC + Data AC in AC in DC out LAN LAN EMS Data EMS Data PoE Out to feed a repeater radio PoE Out to feed external device (i.e. Camera) 18

  19. NetAstra HPMP Link Components: PoE AC/DC PoE ISP Data Out + DC CAT-5e ETH Cable Data In CAT-5e ETH Cable 19

  20. NetAstra HPMPProducts for Licensed Market • The 3.X GHz market • Mainly dedicated for BWA (especially 3.3, 3.4-3.6 GHz) • Used by Wi-MAX – 802.16e (TDD) and Wi-MAX – 802.16d (FDD) technologies • The 2.5 GHz Market • 2.5 to 2.7 GHz defined for Mobile / Access applications • Mobile Wi-MAX (802.16e) - Residential Access/Mobility • LTE – Mobility, very few networks NetAstra Products: • 3.3- 3.8 GHz, 2.5-2.7 GHz • Up to 100 Mbps per sector • 5, 10, 20 MHz channel BW • HBS: • Connectorized ODU • External antenna - 90° @ 3.x GHz, 60° @ 2.5 GHz • HSUs • 20 Mbps aggregate only • Integrated , Connectorized antenna • All other features are similar to 5.x 20

  21. The Unique P2MP Solution

  22. NetAstra Unique Selling Points • Highest Base Station capacity for the best user experience – 200Mbps • Highest spectrum efficiency for grater ROI - ~ 5bps/Hz • Secured Service Level Agreement for demanding applications • Low latency • Compact Subscriber Units (SUs) with low visual impact • Co-exist with NetStream Point to Point links • Long Range -40km • Carrier grade solution

  23. NetAstra HPMP – Main Features Service • Configurable Maximum Information Rate (MIR) per SU • Enhanced QoS – 4 level queue per SU • Networking features – VLAN, QinQ per SU • Long Range – 40km @ 20Mbps Radio Performance • Advanced OFDM & MiMO 2x2 / Diversity for nLOS performance • Enhanced interference mitigation capability • Inter & intra site sync. to reduce self interference • Dedicated traffic bandwidth allocation ensuring SLA & latency • Low latency, min < 3msec , typical 4 to 10msec • Channel BW – 10, 20, 40 MHz • Regulation- FCC/ETSI/WPC/UNI /MII

  24. NetAstra HPMP – Main Features – ctd. Operational • Multi band Base Stations and SUs • Simple to deploy • Fully integrated with Netronics Lagacy solutions: • Coexists with NetStream 5x10/25/50/200 and NetStream 5x06/36 • Common Link Manager • Common NMS

  25. User 1 - QPSK User 2 - 64 QAM User 3 - 64 QAM Competition NetAstra Secured Service Level Agreement – Example X Mb X Mb X Mb Planned Capacity (Mbps) • Unexpected reduction of User-1 performance (e.g. lower modulation than planned) doesn’t affect Other Netronics users in the sector except user 1. Thus, securing others’ SUs SLA Effective Capacity (Mbps) @ User 1 modulation is lower than planned X Mb X Mb X/2 Mb X/2 MB X/2 Mb X/4 Mb

  26. Dedicated VS. Shared BW Allocation NetAstra PtMP system employs a Dedicated BW allocation which allows operators and service providers guarantee high-end services to their end-customers

  27. 32 HSUs per HBS • HBS supports up to 32 HSUs • Better BW allocation granularity per HSU • No backward compatibility with releases prior to 3.3 27

  28. 32 HSUs per HBS (continued) 1.25ms 80msec 20msec • Time Slot duration is equal (1.25 ms) • Number of TSs increased by 4 times (16 >> 64) • TS capacity decreased by 4 times (6.25 >> 1.56 Mbps @ 20 MHz) which improves capacity granularity per HSU 28

  29. 32 HSUs per HBS (continued) • Use case #1: • Channel BW: 20 MHz • Customer required capacity: 3 Mbps 29

  30. 32 HSUs per HBS (continued) • Use case #1: • Channel BW: 20 MHz • Customer required capacity: 19 Mbps 30

  31. 32 HSUs per HBS (continued) Required Capacity Actual Capacity [Mbps] Unused BW User Required Capacity [Mbps] 31

  32. Mobility

  33. Mobility, Nomadic & Fixed modes • Fixed: • Fixed HSU is permanently installed on specific location • HSU synchronize and register only to a specific HBS • Administrator manually allocate a service and register the HSU to the HBS only after the HSU synchronized to HBS 33

  34. Mobility, Nomadic & Fixed modes • Nomadic: • Nomadic HSU may move from one BS to another BS but gets service only while on stationary position • ETH service is provided when user is in a stationary position only • Service is pre-configured to HSU HBS1 NoService HBS2 34

  35. Mobility, Nomadic & Fixed modes • Nomadic: • Nomadic HSU may move from one BS to another BS but gets service only while on stationary position • ETH service is provided when user is in a stationary position only • Service is pre-configured to HSU ServiceAvailable HBS1 HBS2 35

  36. Mobility, Nomadic & Fixed modes • Nomadic: • Nomadic HSU may move from one BS to another BS but gets service only while on stationary position • ETH service is provided when user is in a stationary position only • Service is pre-configured to HSU No Service HBS1 HBS2 36

  37. Mobility, Nomadic & Fixed modes • Nomadic: • Nomadic HSU may move from one BS to another BS but gets service only while on stationary position • ETH service is provided when user is in a stationary position only • Service is pre-configured to HSU Service Available HBS1 HBS2 37

  38. Mobility, Nomadic & Fixed modes • Mobility: • Mobile Unit (HMU) enjoys continuous service while in motion from different HBSs in the network seamlessly • Service is pre-configured Stronger Signal Weaker Signal 38

  39. Mobility, Nomadic & Fixed modes • Mobility: • Mobile Unit (HMU) enjoys continuous service while in motion from different HBSs in the network seamlessly • Service is pre-configured Weaker Signal Stronger Signal 39

  40. NetAstra AUM 5x200 Tput VS. Range Antenna: Vehicle 10 dBi, Base-Station: 15 dBi Frequency: 5.8 GHz Rate: Adaptive (Diversity) Fade margin: 6 dB Maximum Throughput 40 MHz 20 MHz 10 MHz 5 MHz 40

  41. NetAstra AUM 5x200 Tput VS. Range Antenna: Vehicle 10 dBi, Base-Station: 15 dBi Frequency: 5.8 GHz Rate: Adaptive (Diversity) Fade margin: 10 dB Typical Throughput - based on Max Rate 16 QAM 3/4 40MHz 20MHz 10MHz 5MHz 41

  42. NetAstra HMU 5x100 Tput VS. Range Antenna: Vehicle 10 dBi, Base-Station: 15 dBi Frequency: 5.8 GHz Rate: Adaptive (Diversity) Fade margin: 6 dB Maximum Throughput 40 MHz 20 MHz 10 MHz 5 MHz 42

  43. NetAstra HMU 5x100 Tput VS. Range Antenna: Vehicle 10 dBi, Base-Station: 15 dBi Frequency: 5.8 GHz Rate: Adaptive (Diversity) Fade margin: 10 dB Typical Throughput - based on MAX rate 16 QAM 3/4 40 MHz 20 MHz 10 MHz 5 MHz 43

  44. Sector Aggregate Capacity vs. Channel BW @5.x GHz 200 Mbps over 3.7 Km 40MHz Capacity [Mbps] 120 Mbps over 10 Km 20MHz 10MHz 16.5 5MHz Distance [Km] • HBS antenna -15 dBi • HSU antenna – 23 dBi • For 5 MHz Channel BW it is recommended to use NetAstra SU 5x10 only

  45. Feature Review

  46. Asymmetric BW Allocation • Enables 200 Mbps aggregate throughput per sector • Increases range per given throughput • Full scale Fixed UL/DL ratios: • Attention: • Same UL/DL ratio should be configured for all sectors in close proximity • The configured UL/DL is applicable to all HSUs in the sector • Online configuration - No service interruption 46

  47. Spectrum Viewer: HBS & HSU • Built-in spectrum analysis tool, enables selection of the best channel • Enable to perform spectrum analysis outside of the operating band • Enable define spectrum analysis from 1 min – 24 hours (resolution in seconds) • Spectrum viewer operational modes: • Per whole sector (HBS + HSUs) • Per HSU – Directly or remotely via HBS • Note: Service is affected during operation • Max Interference report for all sector (DL) 47

  48. Automatic Channel Selection (ACS) The HBS Sector Radio scans all available channels (user configurable) looking for the channel with less noise The channel with best performance will be assigned and inherited by registered HSUs Once a channel is being used, the radios monitor that the service is being provided at acceptable quality Consider relevant Consider as “Not relevant” Consider relevant Consider relevant CH1 CH2 CH3 CH ‘N’ … 48

  49. Co – Location Interference When several HBS sector radios/PtP radios are collocated at a common hub site, interference may occur from one unit to another. f1 HSUs HBS Mutual interference f2 HBS HSUs 49

  50. Hub Site Synchronization HSS Eliminates the Interference between the collocated units by synchronizing the TX and the RX of collocated radios HSS can also be connected to a GPS receiver (GSU) to allow synchronizing multiple sites f1 HSUs HBS HSS f2 HBS HSUs 50