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Fiber To the Antenna. Market Opportunity and Solutions Overview November 7 th , 2011. Agenda. Market Drivers Deployment Scenarios JDSU solutions. Market Drivers. What Is Driving Network Growth?. Content, Applications, & Intelligent Devices. Killer Applications. Network Traffic Growth.

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    1. Fiber To the Antenna Market Opportunity and Solutions Overview November 7th, 2011

    2. Agenda • Market Drivers • Deployment Scenarios • JDSU solutions

    3. Market Drivers

    4. What Is Driving Network Growth? Content, Applications, & Intelligent Devices Killer Applications Network Traffic Growth Infrastructure Modernization • High definition, media rich content • Interactive mobile applications • More mobile base stations • Low latency backhaul • Mobile penetration: 100% by 2015 • SmartPhones: 75% by 2015 Fiber Networks are Proliferating to Support Backhaul Needs

    5. Mobile Networks are Strained • More Cells Required • For example: a 700 MHz LTE network with 10 MHz, will deliver sector throughput of 15 Mbps. • In the US alone there are on average 1000 subscribers cell site, or 333 subscribers per sector. • Each subscriber will be sharing 15 Mbps! Average Subscribers per Cell Site (US) • Too many users are simultaneously using the same capacity. • LTE/4G build out requires an order of magnitude more cell sites. • . More cell sites and Antennas Reduces the Number of Subscribers Per Cell

    6. Mobile Network Coverage Still Has Many Gaps AT&T Coverage – Palo Alto, October 2010

    7. Multiple Radio Strategies Required • Lower cell site densities mitigate radio spectrum efficiencies. • Increased number of antennas, sectors. • Fewer subscribers per sector. • Smaller sector sizes. • Improve coverage & Capacities Macrocell Coverage Microcell Coverage Macrocells, Microcells, Picocells, Femtocells

    8. Massive Antenna Expansion Required for 3G and 4G • An Order of Magnitude Increase Needed • Increase capacity & coverage • Reduce number of subscribers per sector • Fill in coverage gaps • Macrocell expansion alone is not practical • Costly • Energy hungry • Unsightly: Not In My Backyard New Radio Access Strategies are Required

    9. Enter Next Generation Compact Radio Heads:Enabling Distributed Base Stations • Disruptive Radio Access Networks • Centralized Baseband Units • Virtualized Radio Networks • Reduced Cost & Complexity • Fiber to the Antenna Evolution • Significant new backhaul market opportunity • Hundreds of Thousands of Remote Radio Heads predicted Source: Alcatel-Lucent Number of Remote Radio Heads Set to Explode Source: JDSU Internal Analysis, ABI Research, Mobile Experts Distributed Requires: Low Latency, Multiprotocol, Reliable Connectivity

    10. Deployment Scenarios

    11. Rapidly Evolving Radio Access Networks Radio Head Macrocell IP/Ethernet Mobile Backhaul Baseband Unit Mobile Switching Center Mix of backhaul methods: Copper, Microwave, Fiber Microcell Picocell Compact Base Stations Base Station RF over Fiber “Fronthaul” Distributed Baseband Unit Compact Radio Heads

    12. Traditional Mobile Base Station Deployment • A mobile Base Station consists of two functional elements • REC: Radio Equipment Controller; aka the BBU: Base Band Unit. • RE: Radio Equipment; aka the RRU: Radio Remote Unit or RRH: Remote Radio Head • Traditional base station deployment had RRH and BBU co-located • Large equipment footprint, high power consumption and high deployment costs. • Coaxial cable connected the base station to the antennas at the top of the tower. • 2G networks: The base station is called the BTS, • 3G networks: The base station is called NodeB. • 4G networks : The base station is called eNodeB. Lower Cost, Simpler Deployment Options Were Needed

    13. The Base Station Evolution • Physical separation of the BBU and RRU • Allows the RRH to be located next to the antennas in Remote Radio Head End (RRH) enclosures. • Allows BBU to be optimized for size, power and more conveniently located. • The Start of Fiber to the Antenna • Fiber replaces coax • Lower loss, better performance. • Easier to install FTTA 1.0: Fiber Up the Tower

    14. Remote Radio Head / FTTantenna This is what they’re doing with the fiber 100m in the air Enclosure RRU Jumper Fiber to the Antenna, 100m up Antenna Trunk 12 or 24 fibers up 2 fibers / RRH = 6 fibers used Fully connected FTTA This is a very different environment for construction and maintenance Bring a hard-hat and some cigarettes Where is your fiber backhaul?? Then they jumper to the RRH

    15. LightRadio Creates Unique Realities • A lot more fiber deployed. • More points of failure. • More protocols to test. • More points to monitor. • More connections to terminate. • Aerial and microtenched fiber. • Analog and Digital RF (e.g. CPRI). • New backhaul service revenue. Installation, Troubleshooting, and Service Assurance Solutions Required

    16. JDSU Solution Overview

    17. JDSU Solutions for Macrocell & Fiber BH MTS-6000 supporting Ethernet Testing HP2-60 Inspection ScopePower/Loss Meter Mobile Switching Center ONMSi OLP-35 SmartPocket™ Power Meter OTU-8000 Backhaul monitoring MTS-5800 Supporting Ethernet Testing T-BERD/MTS-2000 Measurement Platform SM, Quad OTDR, Inspection, PM, IL, ORL, VFL OCC-5x Optical Channel Test w/ xWDM Apps FFL-050 Pocket VFL End-to-End Solution Covering all Deployment Phases

    18. JDSU FTTA Solutions for Macrocells Copper Cable Fiber Enclosure Fiber Jumpers (3x 2f) Fiber Trunk (24f)

    19. Typical FTTA OTDR Trace and Table 5 6 2 3 4 A

    20. JDSU FTTA Solutions for Macrocells Copper Cable Fiber Enclosure Fiber Jumpers (3x 2f) Fiber Trunk (24f)

    21. ONMS Benefits - Backhaul • Improve network availability • Quickly detect and locate faults and degradations • Improve SLA management • Generates reports to support SLA agreements (MTTR, Statistics on alarms..) • Enhance maintenance team efficiency • Remote Measurement • Intelligent Dispatch • Increase Network Security • fiber tapping OTU-8000 Backhaul monitoring

    22. JDSU FTTA Solutions for Distributed Base Stations JDSU FTTA Portfolio Inspection/Test OTDR/Loss MTS6000 Continuous Fiber Monitoring Probe End-to-End Solution Covering all Deployment Phases

    23. Fiber Installation & Testing:Fiber Field Test Solutions Testing the “Fronthaul”: RF over FIBER Backhaul between Radio Head and Baseband Unit T-BERD/MTS-2000 Measurement Platform SM, Quad OTDR, Inspection, PM, IL, ORL, VFL HP2-60 Inspection ScopePower/Loss Meter OCC-5x Optical Channel Test w/ xWDM Apps OLP-35 SmartPocket™ Power Meter Inspect and clean optical connectors. 1 FFL-050 Pocket VFL Verify Power Levels 2 Perform end-to-end Loss, Return Loss and OTDR test to verify fiber continuity and link parameters. 3

    24. Testing & TroubleShooting:Protocol Simulation and Pre-Qualification Qualifying the “Fronthaul”: Validating the fiber network support for Radio over Fiber protocols. MTS-5800 Layer 1 - 2.4G and 3.1G CPRI MTS6000 supporting CPRI Protocol Testing Qualify fiber links by running Bit Error Rate tests. 1 Validate end-to-end Digital RF protocol and data rate support. 2 Perform end-to-end Loss, Return Loss and OTDR test to verify fiber continuity and link parameters. 3

    25. FTTA Service Assurance:Continuous Fiber Monitoring Probe Monitoring the “Fronthaul”: Fault Isolation and Proactive Monitoring of signal Degradation Remote Fiber Probe Reflector Unit CentralizedContinuous Fiber Test Unit Constantly loopback test tone at Remote Radio Heads to ensure continuity. 1 Set thresholds for predictive analysis of fiber ageing. 2 Detect fiber faults, instantly notify, sectionalize between radio network and fronthaul. 3

    26. FTTA Service Assurance:Reduce FTTA Service Downtime and Costs • Cost Effective • Monitor Transmit and Receive Fibers. • Monitor Any Network • Detect anomalies instantly: reduce detection time by 50%. • Preserve revenues by 50%. • Reduce SLA penalties by 75%. • Deploy Anywhere: • Hardened, unpowered, Remote Reflector Unit. • Precise: • 0.1 dB optical power level monitoring resolution. • Predictive analysis of fiber performance degradation. • Reduce time to restore due to fiber cut or tampering. • Isolate failures between mobile operator and backhaul provider. • Proactively Monitor reliability of leased fiber. Reduce Costs, Improve User Experience

    27. WaveReady Distributed Antenna Backhaul Solution Hub Central Office: Wireless Provider Co-Location, Base Station Hotel DAS Backhaul Demarcation Intermediate Central Office: Signal Regeneration Fiber Assurance Probe • Continuous Fiber Monitoring • Deployable anywhere DAS Backhaul Termination DAS Signal Regeneration • Reliable • Proven • Cost Effective • Low Latency • Native Protocols Signal Regenerators • Extend Digital RF signals • Conserve backhaul fiber Improving Mobile Coverage, Reducing Radio Access Network Costs

    28. Mobile Demands Fuels Fiber to the Antenna • Fiber is expanding wider and deeper into the networks • Connectivity brings advantages and considerations • When the right tools are present we can prevent problems before they occur • Effective Testing of physical layer lowers maintenance costs • Assurance of the fiber minimizes customer issues. JDSU Offers a Unique, End-to-End FTTA Solution TODAY

    29. Who is the Customer? • Wholesale • Level3 • Cable • Comcast • Virgin Media • ILEC • Qwest • Utilities • PowerCore • Ruhrgas Radio Head • Contractors • KrishGlobal • Black & Veatch • NEM • Erricson • Nokia • ALU • Carrier • ATTm • Singtel • Vodafone • China Mobile • ` • RF Distributors • Tessco • Newark IP/Ethernet Mobile Backhaul • Carriers • Korea Telecom • Orange • Long Haul • Level3 • Allied Fiber Baseband Unit Mobile Switching Center Mix of backhaul methods: Copper, Microwave, Fiber • Carriers • TIM • Verizon • Utilities • Duke Power • Neutral Host Providers • American Tower • Extinet Compact Base Stations Base Station RF over Fiber “Fronthaul” Baseband Unit Compact Radio Heads

    30. Next Steps – Campaign Details, Call to Action • FTTA campaign is already in planning. • Webinars • Product Selection Guide. • White papers. • Mobility is a massive revenue stream for our customers. • They will spend money to deploy it faster and better and ensure reliability • They are new to fiber and are hungry for guidance. • Find FTTA opportunities in your region. It is happening and you may not know about it • Operators, NEMS, Wireless Contractors, Wireless Distributors, RF cable manufactures etc. • Create a WIN team with SSO/GTM/PLM to help execute around the project plans. • Invite GTM team to help you build a localized campaign to address your customer pains.