Small Cells: Capacity and Coverage for Mobile Ultra-broadband: Mike Schabel, Vice President and General Manager, Small Cells Business Unit
 

Small Cells: Capacity and Coverage for Mobile Ultra-broadband: Mike Schabel, Vice President and General Manager, Small Cells Business Unit

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As data traffic soars across mobile service providers’ networks, small cells are being installed in home, office and high-traffic outdoor locations to extend coverage and add capacity. This is ...

As data traffic soars across mobile service providers’ networks, small cells are being installed in home, office and high-traffic outdoor locations to extend coverage and add capacity. This is helping operators relieve pressure placed on their networks. Alcatel-Lucent has over 50 customer deployments and ongoing trials across the globe. This interactive discussion will highlight how the recently announced collaboration with Qualcomm to develop small cells will enhance 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi™ networks and will position us the future. (Track Three: Ultra-broadband)

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Small Cells: Capacity and Coverage for Mobile Ultra-broadband: Mike Schabel, Vice President and General Manager, Small Cells Business Unit Small Cells: Capacity and Coverage for Mobile Ultra-broadband: Mike Schabel, Vice President and General Manager, Small Cells Business Unit Presentation Transcript

  • ALCATEL-LUCENT SMALL CELLS BUSINESS CAPACITY AND COVERAGE FOR MOBILE ULTRA-BROADBAND Mike Schabel November 14, 2013 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • AGENDA 1.  The Small Cell imperative 2.  Innovations in Small Cell networks 3.  Winning globally 2 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • INDUSTRY THESIS FOR SMALL CELLS 2x MORE SPECTRUM (Hz) >10x 1.5-2x INCREASE CAPACITY MORE SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY (Bits/Sec/Hz) MORE SPATIAL EFFICIENCY (Bits/Sec/Hz/Sub) 3 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • OUR VALUE IS BUILDING SMALL CELL NETWORKS lightRadio™ RADIO ACCESS NETWORK (RAN) BACKHAUL IP/MPLS SERVICE LAYER Home MICROWAVE 9500 MPR Metro Enterprise 3G, 4G, AND MULTI-STANDARD SMALL CELLS 7705 SAR-W Small Cell Router COPPER FIBER ISAM 7750 SR PACKET OPTICAL CARRIER ETHERNET 9766 Small Cell Gateway 7750 SR WLAN GW 1830 PSS Wi-Fi lightRadio™ Metro Cell Express: Small Cell Service including Build Operate Transfer 5620 SAM Manager –OA&M 4 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WIRELESS PACKET CORE
  • A COMPREHENSIVE SMALL CELLS PORTFOLIO… lightRadio™ RADIO ACCESS NETWORK (RAN) MARKET SEGMENT PRODUCT CATEGORIES AVAILABLE TODAY PRODUCT ACCESS # USERS OUTPUT POWER Outdoor Public 32-200 1W-5W 10 Indoor Public 32-64 250mW - 1W 4 Enterprise Indoor Private 8-32 100 - 250mW 4 Residential Indoor Private 4-8 20 - 100mW 11 Home Metro Metro Enterprise 3G, 4G, AND MULTI-STANDARD SMALL CELLS Wi-Fi Total 5 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 29
  • A COMPREHENSIVE SMALL CELLS PORTFOLIO…IN THE HOME ALCATEL-LUCENT THIRD-PARTY CPE MANUFACTURERS MORE OF WHAT OPERATORS WANT MORE OF WHAT CONSUMERS WANT & •  Softcell SW licensing •  Innovative designs •  Custom designs •  More choices •  Proven Broadcom reference design •  Standalone/integrated home networking products •  Market differentiation •  More innovation •  Quality assurance •  More integration •  Pre-integrated/pre-tested SW de-risks integration •  Device customization •  Maintaining/extending existing relationships with CPE vendors •  Lower prices •  Professional services •  Economical HW •  Complete end-to-end solution 6 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • A COMPREHENSIVE SMALL CELLS PORTFOLIO…INDOORS SOLUTION 1 PERFORMANCE AND CAPACITY HOST NEUTRALITY RADIO PLANNING EASE Distributed Antenna System (DAS) 7 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DEPLOYMENT EASE COST AVAILABLE $$$$ Today
  • OPTION 1: CONVENTIONAL DISTRIBUTED ANTENNA SYSTEM (DAS) LTE BBU Rack (digital CPRI out) Remote Radio Head Rack (CPRI to RF conversion: high power) RF Attenuator Rack (30W down to 1W) Option 1 DAS (samples, quantizes and converts RF to optical signal and distributes to Remote Access Points which amplifiers and converts to RF) TRU-Omni R727 V-Pol Omni Antenna, 698-2700MHz, Recess Mount • • • • • • TRU-Omni R727 True Omni Patterns Highest Gain for Ceiling Mounted Antennas PIM Certified @ 2 x 20 Watts Recess Mount Greatly Reduces Exposed Radome Includes Premium Pig Tail Jumper Suitable for LTE/CDMA/UMTS/GSM/WLAN/WMax • • • • • • V-Pol Omni Antenna, 698-2700MHz, Recess Mount • • • • • • Optional Above Ceiling Mount Bracket 919056 True Omni Patterns Highest Gain for Ceiling Mounted Antennas PIM Certified @ 2 x 20 Watts Recess Mount Greatly Reduces Exposed Radome Includes Premium Pig Tail Jumper Suitable for LTE/CDMA/UMTS/GSM/WLAN/WMax Option Completely Conceals the Antenna Co Optional Above Ceiling Mount Bracket 919056 Completely Conceals the Antenna Electrical Specifications Electrical Specifications Frequency Band, MHz Horizontal Beamwidth, 3dB points Gain, dBi VSWR Maximum/Return Loss, dB Polarization Intermodulation (2x20w), IM3, dBc, Maximum Impedance, ohms Maximum Power Per Connector, CW 8 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. All Specifications are subject to change. Refer to www.cssantenna.com for the most current information 698-960 360 2.9 1.7/11.7 740-894 1710-2170 2500-2700 360 360 360 2.9 6.4 7.3 1.4/15.0 1.4/15.5 1.5/14.0 Vertical Electrical Specifications -150 50 Frequency Band, MHz 40 Horizontal Beamwidth, 3dB points Gain, dBi VSWR Maximum/Return Loss, dB Polarization Intermodulation (2x20w), IM3, dBc, Maximum Impedance, ohms Maximum Power Per Connector, CW www.cssantenna.com 410-612-0080 customerservice@cssantenna.com 698-960 360 2.9 1.7/11.7 Frequency Band, MHz Horizontal Beamwidth, 3dB points Gain, dBi VSWR Maximum/Return Loss, dB Polarization Intermodulation (2x20w), IM3, dBc, Maximum 740-894 1710-2170 2500-2700 Impedance, ohms 360 360 360 Maximum Power Per Connector, CW 2.9 6.4 7.3 1.4/15.0 1.4/15.5 1.5/14.0 Vertical -150 50 40 Page 1 of 10 5/01/2013 All Specifications are subject to change. Refer to www.cssantenna.com for the most current information All Specifications are subject to change. Refer to www.cssantenna.com for the most current information www.cssantenna.com 410-612-0080 customerservice@cssantenna.com Page 1 of 10 5/01/2013 www 4 customerse
  • A COMPREHENSIVE SMALL CELLS PORTFOLIO…INDOORS SOLUTION PERFORMANCE AND CAPACITY HOST NEUTRALITY RADIO PLANNING EASE DEPLOYMENT EASE COST AVAILABLE 1 Distributed Antenna System (DAS) $$$$ Today 2 Metro Radio Outdoor (MRO) – DAS $$$ Today 9 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • OPTION 2: IMPROVED DAS ARCHITECTURES WITH METRO RADIOS LTE BBU Rack (digital CPRI out) DAS (samples, quantizes and converts RF to optical signal and distributes to Remote Access Points which amplifiers and converts to RF) Option 1 Option 2 Metro Radio Outdoor – MRO (CPRI to RF conversion: low power) TRU-Omni R727 V-Pol Omni Antenna, 698-2700MHz, Recess Mount • • • • • • •  Improved Power •  Reduced OPEX •  Improved Performance • • • • • • V-Pol Omni Antenna, 698-2700MHz, Recess Mount • • • • • • Optional Above Ceiling Mount Bracket 919056 True Omni Patterns Highest Gain for Ceiling Mounted Antennas PIM Certified @ 2 x 20 Watts Recess Mount Greatly Reduces Exposed Radome Includes Premium Pig Tail Jumper Suitable for LTE/CDMA/UMTS/GSM/WLAN/WMax Option Completely Conceals the Antenna Co Optional Above Ceiling Mount Bracket 919056 Completely Conceals the Antenna Electrical Specifications Electrical Specifications Frequency Band, MHz Horizontal Beamwidth, 3dB points Gain, dBi VSWR Maximum/Return Loss, dB Polarization Intermodulation (2x20w), IM3, dBc, Maximum Impedance, ohms Maximum Power Per Connector, CW 10 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. TRU-Omni R727 True Omni Patterns Highest Gain for Ceiling Mounted Antennas PIM Certified @ 2 x 20 Watts Recess Mount Greatly Reduces Exposed Radome Includes Premium Pig Tail Jumper Suitable for LTE/CDMA/UMTS/GSM/WLAN/WMax All Specifications are subject to change. Refer to www.cssantenna.com for the most current information 698-960 360 2.9 1.7/11.7 740-894 1710-2170 2500-2700 360 360 360 2.9 6.4 7.3 1.4/15.0 1.4/15.5 1.5/14.0 Vertical Electrical Specifications -150 50 Frequency Band, MHz 40 Horizontal Beamwidth, 3dB points Gain, dBi VSWR Maximum/Return Loss, dB Polarization Intermodulation (2x20w), IM3, dBc, Maximum Impedance, ohms Maximum Power Per Connector, CW www.cssantenna.com 410-612-0080 customerservice@cssantenna.com 698-960 360 2.9 1.7/11.7 Frequency Band, MHz Horizontal Beamwidth, 3dB points Gain, dBi VSWR Maximum/Return Loss, dB Polarization Intermodulation (2x20w), IM3, dBc, Maximum 740-894 1710-2170 2500-2700 Impedance, ohms 360 360 360 Maximum Power Per Connector, CW 2.9 6.4 7.3 1.4/15.0 1.4/15.5 1.5/14.0 Vertical -150 50 40 Page 1 of 10 5/01/2013 All Specifications are subject to change. Refer to www.cssantenna.com for the most current information All Specifications are subject to change. Refer to www.cssantenna.com for the most current information www.cssantenna.com 410-612-0080 customerservice@cssantenna.com Page 1 of 10 5/01/2013 www 4 customerse
  • A COMPREHENSIVE SMALL CELLS PORTFOLIO…INDOORS SOLUTION PERFORMANCE AND CAPACITY HOST NEUTRALITY RADIO PLANNING EASE DEPLOYMENT EASE COST AVAILABLE 1 Distributed Antenna System (DAS) $$$$ Today 2 Metro Radio Outdoor (MRO) – DAS $$$ Today 3 BBU – MRO (no DAS) $ Today 11 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • OPTION 3: METRO RADIOS FOR HIGH CAPACITY INDOOR AND OUTDOOR Metro Radios CWDM fiber CPRI ALU 7705 SAR Stacked BBU 12 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • A COMPREHENSIVE SMALL CELLS PORTFOLIO…INDOORS SOLUTION PERFORMANCE AND CAPACITY HOST NEUTRALITY RADIO PLANNING EASE DEPLOYMENT EASE COST AVAILABLE 1 Distributed Antenna System (DAS) $$$$ Today 2 Metro Radio Outdoor (MRO) – DAS $$$ Today 3 BBU – MRO (no DAS) $ Today 4 Metro Cell Indoors or Enterprise Cell $$ Today X 13 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • OPTION 4: INDOOR ENTERPRISE CELLS FOR HIGH CAPACITY AND COVERAGE 14 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • INNOVATING THE NEXT GENERATION OF INDOOR: BUILDING MULTI-STANDARD SMALL CELLS + 1H 2014 • Lab demos 2H 2014 1H 2015 • First commercial trials • General availability RF SPECIFICATIONS •  Qualcomm enables the building of LTE-only and multi-standard enterprise products that are leading in power density, size, and performance using the next generation of SOC chipsets. •  Converged SoC •  Leverage the new enterprise platform to offer LTE residential small cells (when market conditions warrant) and outdoor metro cells. •  2x 250mW on WCDMA (2 Band) •  2x 100mW Wi-Fi (2 Band) •  2x 250mW on LTE (4 Band) 15 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • A COMPREHENSIVE SMALL CELLS PORTFOLIO…OUTDOORS PRODUCT 9763 METRO CELL INDOOR LTE 9764 METRO CELL OUTDOOR LTE POWER 2 X 250 mW 2x1W 2x5W 2x1W 2x5W MAX USERS 64 64 200 ∼ 200 ∼ 200 USE CASES •  Indoor hotspots •  Outdoor hotspots •  Indoor hotspots •  From outdoors •  Coverage hole-fill 9764 METRO CELL OUTDOOR LTE •  Macro extension •  Large public venues •  Rural areas 9768 METRO RADIO OUTDOOR LTE •  Large public venues 16 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 9768 METRO RADIO OUTDOOR LTE •  High rise buildings •  From outdoors
  • ALCATEL-LUCENT METRO DOCK MODULE LIBERATES OPERATORS INVISIBLE •  Mounting •  Cable installation FLEXIBLE •  Technology choices •  Backhaul choices •  Deployment EASIER •  Frequency swaps •  Technology upgrade •  Installation Metro dock module MCO module 9764 MCO LTE with Wi-Fi AP MCO Wi-Fi AP module ONE METRO DOCK ACROSS MULTIPLE TECHNOLOGIES 17 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • INTEGRATED Wi-Fi AND CELLULAR ONE Wi-Fi MODULE ACROSS W-CDMA AND LTE METRO CELLS MCO WITH Wi-Fi AP MODULE MCO WI-FI AP MODULE Front •  •  •  •  •  •  Back Carrier grade Wi-Fi with dual-band, dual concurrent communication Motorola proven SW + Alcatel-Lucent innovative HW High capacity - 50 active/256 connected users Enhanced RF performance with 2x2 MIMO Available with high or medium gain transmit power HW and SW security 9364 MCO W-CDMA with Wi-Fi AP module 9764 MCO LTE with Wi-Fi AP module EFFICIENT, INTEGRATED DESIGN SIMPLIFIED INSTALLATION AND UPGRADE MAXIMIZED CAPACITY OPTIMIZED USE OF SITE FOR SIMPLICITY, MAX CAPACITY, AND REDUCED TCO 18 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • BUILDING SMALL CELL NETWORKS WITH ANY BACKHAUL METRO CELL ACCESS TECHNOLOGY POTENTIAL CAPACITY DESIGN REQUIREMENTS Millimeter wave (LOS P2P) ~1000 Mb/s •  Max distance ~1km •  Needs line of sight Sub-6 GHz (Proprietary OR 802.11 based) ~200 Mb/s •  Distance •  Capacity •  Performance variability •  Delay, jitter GPON 2.5 Gb/s •  Availability of existing assets VDSL w/bonding ~300 Mb/s •  Distance ~1km •  Availability of existing assets Ethernet (service)/fiber 10 Gb/s •  Availability of existing assets Cable (DOCSIS) 1G (D3.0) 10G (D3.1) pre-standard •  Availability of existing assets •  Network engineering …plus many bespoke solutions tailored for each customer we support 19 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • ACCELERATING SITES ON AIR WITH SMALL CELL SERVICE INNOVATIONS • Placement of small cells in the right-first-time location using HetNet ace • Design optimization for: • Build-operate-transfer and master integrator services for expedited time to service of the small cell network 120 112 100 Euros (in millions) 1. RF and spectrum utilization 2. Any-backhaul 3. Total cost of ownership 45% TCO Savings 80 60 62 40 20 0 W-CDMA Macro-only 20 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. LTE Macro and W-CDMA & LTE Metro Cells
  • 3G AND 4G METRO CELLS ARE USED WIDELY TODAY DEPLOYMENTS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE SUBURBAN/RURAL DENSE URBAN F1-RACE, SINGAPORE MELBOURNE CUP LESSONS LEARNED •  Design and build like a scalable IP network - i.e., low cost, greater scalability •  Carrier-grade wireless/mobility and IP expertise are critical OPERATORS NEED THE TECHNOLOGY BUT STRUGGLE WITH DEPLOYMENT CHALLENGES 21 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • WINNING GLOBALLY 60 COMMERCIAL DEPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS AND GROWING 20+ ONGOING TRIALS DEPLOYED IN 42 COUNTRIES 22 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • SUMMARY 2x 1. Small cells are and industry imperative 2. Sustained commitment to lead the Small Cell Network industry transformation MORE SPECTRUM 1.5-2x INCREASE CAPACITY MORE SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY 3. Winning globally -  Extensive portfolio (29 product variants) -  60 of the largest wireless Operators commercially use Alcatel-Lucent’s Small Cells Solution 23 ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. >10x MORE SPATIAL EFFICIENCY