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Ingress egress lte_keith_mothersdale_angacom 2014

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Benefits and implementation of ingress/egress reduction. BarrIER® technology is an innovative solution for reducing ingress/egress that addresses the …

Benefits and implementation of ingress/egress reduction. BarrIER® technology is an innovative solution for reducing ingress/egress that addresses the
complete in-home interconnect domain and solves the problem of maintaining adequate C/N
levels.

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  • 1. Enabling digital evolution Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. INGRESS/EGRESS/LTE The Imperative To Improve The In-home Interconnect Keith Mothersdale Head Of Engineering Passives and Indoor
  • 2. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Stop parties in your drop
  • 3. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Migrating from DOCSIS® 3.0 to 3.1 “The Challenge” Should we first learn to walk before we can run? The DROP = GATEWAY to the broadband network Total throughput = throughput of DROP * throughput of other network parts Nothing times a lot of is still nothing Drop Head-End Backbone Node HE & Backbone & Node Drop Investments Maintenance costs CableLabs is owner of the trademark DOCSIS® Throughput before Throughput after
  • 4. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Migrating from DOCSIS 3.0 to 3.1 “The Challenge” What is key to success • Network reliability & performance • Quality of Service all the way in to the home • Customer satisfaction Do we have this today?
  • 5. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Migrating from DOCSIS 3.0 to 3.1 “The Challenge” Work in progress! • Bad contacts • Poor connections • Damaged cables • Intermodulation • Common Path Distortion (CPD) • Ingress/Egress! • Screening effectiveness of the in-home domain!
  • 6. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Migrating from DOCSIS 3.0 to 3.1 “The Challenge” Ingress • 90% induced by subscribers • Ingress perceived as an upstream issue • Ingress perceived as a network issue • DOCSIS 3.1 will allow higher modulation schemes with current network C/N but what about to day (Can we take our foot of the gas)? New Kids On The Block • Down Stream ingress C/N interference • Down Stream egress interfering with wireless services
  • 7. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Can ingress/egress get any worse? New services being deployed • Deployments in CATV Band (700 -1200MHz) • Higher powered handsets and base stations • CPE equipment sensitive to LTE interference • Regulatory obligation not to transmit CATV signals outside of closed network (Egress)
  • 8. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. The problem Ingress/Egress/LTE interconnect RFI shielding effectiveness • Open ports of wall sockets • Open ports of passive splitters and taps • Loose RF connectors • Open RF connectors • Poor or damaged RF cables
  • 9. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. The problem and the solution, RFI shielding Standard open F male BarrIER® F male
  • 10. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. The problem and the solution, RFI shielding In-Home amplifier, ports open In-Home amplifier with BarrIER®
  • 11. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. The problem and the solution, RFI shielding Two way splitter, one port open Two way splitter with BarrIER®
  • 12. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE interference on digital 256QAM carriers 3.0 CM
  • 13. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE interference on digital QAM carriers, 3.0 CM Open F Male Connector
  • 14. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Frequency (Hz) Throughput (Mb/s) DS Level (dBmV) DS MER (dB) V/M Field 600000000 0 0 0 1.03 632000000 0 0 0 1.84 648000000 0 -10 31.9 1.83 664000000 5.16 -10.7 34.3 1.76 680000000 5.1 -10.2 33.8 1.87 696000000 5 -9.8 34.7 1.84 712000000 0 0 0 1.87 744000000 0 0 0 1.85 776000000 0 0 0 1.85 792000000 0 0 0 1.83 808000000 0 0 0 1.8 824000000 0 0 0 1.82 840000000 0 0 0 1.82 856000000 0 0 0 1.8 872000000 0 0 0 1.86 4G LTE interference on digital 256QAM carriers, 3.0 CM
  • 15. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE Interference on Digital QAM carriers, 3.0 CM Open F male
  • 16. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE Interference on Digital QAM carriers, 3.0 CM Open F Male Connector with BarrIER®
  • 17. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE Interference on Digital 256QAM carriers, 3.0 CM Frequency (Hz) Throughput (Mb/s) DS Level (dBmV) DS MER (dB) (V/M Field) 600000000 5,00 -9.4 31.2 6.17 648000000 4.99 -10.9 33.2 5.88 664000000 5.03 -10.4 31.4 6.22 680000000 4.98 -11.2 30.5 6.22 712000000 5.07 -10.1 31 6.21 744000000 5.02 -10.7 33.4 6.1 776000000 5.07 -10.5 31.9 6.48 792000000 5.38 -10.3 30.2 6.42 808000000 5.10 -11.1 33.7 6.14 824000000 4.99 -10.9 33.2 5.88 856000000 5.14 -12 29.7 5.58 872000000 5.06 -12 34.2 6.8 888000000 5.02 -12 34.2 5.69 904000000 5.31 -12 34.3 6.06 920000000 5.07 -11.9 34.3 6.87
  • 18. Enabling digital evolution Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved.
  • 19. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE interference on digital 256QAM carriers, STB Open F Male Connector Flylead
  • 20. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE Interference on digital 256QAM carriers, STB Frequency (Hz) AGC PVR Power (dBmV) PVR MER / SNR Corr Post BER V/M Field 600000000 34 -8,3 34 0 0,52 648000000 34 -9 35 0 0,21 664000000 34 -9,1 35 0 0,26 680000000 34 -8,8 33 0 0,26 712000000 34 -8,4 0 0 0 744000000 34 -8 33 0 0 776000000 34 -8,9 0 0 0,38 792000000 34 -8,7 31 250 0,47 808000000 34 -10,7 30 975 0,52 824000000 34 -7,9 30 700 0,52 856000000 34 -10,2 30 1800 0 872000000 34 -10,9 35 0 0 888000000 36 -10,6 34 0 0 896000000 37 -11 34 0 0 904000000 39 -12,1 32 0 0
  • 21. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE Interference on Digital QAM carriers, STB BarrIER® Open F Male Connector
  • 22. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 4G LTE Interference on Digital 256 QAM carriers, STB Frequency (Hz) AGC PVR Power (dBmV) PVR MER / SNR Corr Post BER V/M Field 600000000 62 -9,5 32 0 17,6 648000000 62 -9,6 32,3 0 15,02 664000000 63 -9,7 33,7 0 14,94 680000000 64 -10,4 33,5 0 16,67 712000000 58 -10,5 31 0 13,79 744000000 58 -10,1 32,9 0 14,51 776000000 58 -10 35,7 0 14,13 792000000 58 -9,9 38,7 0 11,77 808000000 60 -10,6 32,8 0 13,97 824000000 58 -9,7 34,9 0 13,89 856000000 59 -10,2 31,2 0 10,41 872000000 58 -9,5 32,6 0 11 888000000 59 -9,6 31,7 0 10,33 896000000 58 -8,9 36 0 9,42 904000000 59 -9,2 35,5 0 8,9
  • 23. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Network signals interfering with LTE (Egress) A 15dBmV CATV signal feeding 30 feet of coax with an open F male connector will interfere with an LTE handset at 6 feet
  • 24. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. THANKS!

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