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4G Backhaul

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  1. 4G Backhaul Willy Sabry Alcatel-Lucent Indonesia

  2. General ConceptsMobile Backhaul and Mobile Backbone 4G: All-IP, MIMO, OFDM >100 MBps, QoE Mobile PoP (MTSO) Mobile PoP (MTSO) - Base Stations (BTS, Node Bs, eNB…) • - Base Station Controllers (BSC, RNCs) - Mobile Switching Centers (MSCs) - SGSNs, GGSNs • EPC Radio Access Network (RAN) Radio Access Network (RAN) Core Network

  3. 4G LTEDelivering bandwidth & QoE • Low-speed, no QoS, best effort browsing and SMS • Limited number of business models: • POMS (plain old mobile service) • Blackberry (enterprise-driven, E-mail) • iPhone (operator-locked app domain) 4G/LTE • Millions of multi-Mbps flows • End-to-end guaranteed QoS • Network-wide and global policy enforcement • Allow operators to make $en$e of Web 2.0 • Wireless broadband

  4. Reference ArchitectureBackhaul: Aggregation and Access Backhaul Access: MW or FO MW FTTN GPON IP/MPLS PTN Backhaul Aggregation: FO IP/MPLS PTN (over DWDM) Backbone: FO IP/MPLS Core Over ROADM

  5. Backhaul ModelMobile Service Provider: End to End backhaul by the OperatorBackhaul Transport Provider: Physical L2 transport by third party Backhaul Access Open Network Packet Access (L2) Backhaul Aggregation Open Network Packet Aggregation (L2)

  6. CapacityAggregation:IP/MPLS and ROADM @ 10 GBps and 100GBps Access: FO @ 100 – 1000 MBps and or MW: @ 150 – 1000 MBps Backhaul Access FO: 1Gbps MW: 150-300 MBps – 1.2 GBps Backhaul Aggregation NX10 GBps NX100 GBps

  7. IP Mobile Backhaul Evolution 9500 MPR - IP MW IP/MPLS IP/MPLS 3G 3G BS BS Converged RAN Metro & Aggregation RNC 3G M-Core 2G&3G Hybrid MW Where are we today? 7450ESS 7750SR Hybrid MW BSC 2G M-Core SDH 2G&3G Hybrid MW MUX MUX Converged RAN Converged Metro & Aggregation RNC BSC 2G&3G 9500 MPR What is the future? 9500 MPR 2G/3G/4G M-Core 7450 ESS 7750SR 2G&3G EPC 9500 MPR NMS

  8. 9500 MPR – Full IP MicrowaveOverview

  9. 9500 MPR – Full IP MicrowaveMicrowave @ millimetre wave MSS-8/-4 Functionalities • SDH/Ethernet Native Transport • Advanced QoS • Per port rate limiting • Adaptive Rate & Modulation (ARM) • Synch-E Radio • Max Throughput – 1.2 Gbps • Spectrum Utilization – 2 options: • 250 MHz • 1,000 MHz • Band 80 GHz • Flexible RF channel tuning Operates as: ODU Stand-alone solution Connected to MSS for connectivity flexibility an nodal solutions 9 | 9500 MPR — R2 - ETSI | April 2010

  10. 9500 MPR – Full IP MicrowaveMicrowave @ 80 GHz – millimetre wave Channel tuning in accordance with ECC REC 05/07 Aggregate channels for higher data capacity 1,2 1,2 1,2 1,2 250 MHz Channels

  11. 9500 MPR – Full IP MicrowaveAdaptive Rate Modulation (ARM) Gradual Rate decrease • 1200Mbps QPSK 1000MHz, • 600Mbps BPSK 1000MHz • 240Mbps QPSK 250MHz • 120Mbps BPSK 250MHz Simultaneous Modulation and Rate change

  12. www.alcatel-lucent.com

  13. Selected data points from “How Far Can you Go?”