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Presented by Harri Holma, Radio Fellow, Nokia in Cambridge Wireless Mobile Broadband SIG in London, UK on May 29, 2014

Presented by Harri Holma, Radio Fellow, Nokia in Cambridge Wireless Mobile Broadband SIG in London, UK on May 29, 2014

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  • LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020 1 Harri Holma, Radio Fellow, Nokia London, UK May 29, 2014
  • LTELTELTELTE----AdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvanced –––– Strong Evolution Ahead from Radio Enhancements to New Use CasesStrong Evolution Ahead from Radio Enhancements to New Use CasesStrong Evolution Ahead from Radio Enhancements to New Use CasesStrong Evolution Ahead from Radio Enhancements to New Use Cases 100x capacity 150 Mbps 10x data rate Unlicensed Device-to- device Expanding to new use cases Boosting capacity 2 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 10x more devices 150 Mbps LTE 10x coverage Machine-to- machine Broadcast Car-to-car Public safety
  • LTELTELTELTE----AdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvanced Peak DataPeak DataPeak DataPeak Data RateRateRateRate EvolutionEvolutionEvolutionEvolution • 150 Mbps (Cat 4) with contiguous 20 MHz • 300 Mbps with 20 + 20 MHz starting 2014 • 450 Mbps with 3 Carrier Aggregation (60 MHz) • FDD + TDD aggregation in Release 12 >1 Gbps 3 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 2012 2013 150 Mbps 20 MHz 2x2 MIMO 150 Mbps 10+10 MHz 2x2 MIMO 2014 300 Mbps 20+20 MHz 2x2 MIMO 450 Mbps 3CA 2x2 MIMO 100 MHz 4x4 MIMO 600 Mbps 4CA or 4x4 MIMO
  • 300 Mbps Carrier Aggregation in Live Network300 Mbps Carrier Aggregation in Live Network300 Mbps Carrier Aggregation in Live Network300 Mbps Carrier Aggregation in Live Network Elisa, Finland together with Nokia and Broadcom, February 2014Elisa, Finland together with Nokia and Broadcom, February 2014Elisa, Finland together with Nokia and Broadcom, February 2014Elisa, Finland together with Nokia and Broadcom, February 2014 LTE1800 (20 MHz) + LTE2600 (20 MHz) 4 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 Peak rate hitting 300 Mbps
  • SpectrumSpectrumSpectrumSpectrum UsageUsageUsageUsage EvolutionEvolutionEvolutionEvolution 1800 2100 35005800 Unlicensed bands Licensed bands 3.5 GHz spectrum for small cells 2600 5 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 900 1800 700 470 – 700 700 – 2600 MHz aggregated together into single pool Convergence of mobile broadband and broadcast 800
  • 1000 1200 1400 1600 5800 MHz 3500 MHz 2600 MHz 2300 MHz 2100 MHz LTELTELTELTE----AdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvanced PeakPeakPeakPeak RateRateRateRate EvolutionEvolutionEvolutionEvolution 130 MHz 210 MHz 3500 MHz 5800 MHz 2 Gbps 3 Gbps Downlink spectrum per operator Downlink peak rate with 4x4 MIMO > Up to 1.5 Gbps with 700 - 2600 MHz > Up to 3 Gbps with 3.5 – 5.8 GHz 6 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 0 200 400 600 800 1 MHz 2100 MHz 1800 MHz 900 MHz 800 MHz 700 MHz 100 MHz 130 MHz 700 – 2600 MHz 3500 MHz 1.5 Gbps 2 Gbps 3.5 – 5.8 GHz > Assumes 4x4 MIMO
  • Nokia Centralized RANNokia Centralized RANNokia Centralized RANNokia Centralized RAN GivesGivesGivesGives 2222----3x More Capacity with Uplink3x More Capacity with Uplink3x More Capacity with Uplink3x More Capacity with Uplink CoMPCoMPCoMPCoMP • Mass event challenge - Data upload is larger than data download - Uplink capacity is limited by interference • Nokia solution - Turn interference into signal by uplink CoMP (=Coordinated multipoint) Stadium Capacity +100..200% 7 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014
  • Nokia 4TX4RXNokia 4TX4RXNokia 4TX4RXNokia 4TX4RX Enhances CellEnhances CellEnhances CellEnhances Cell Edge Data Rates and CoverageEdge Data Rates and CoverageEdge Data Rates and CoverageEdge Data Rates and Coverage Higher cell edge date rate +60%/100% (DL / UL) Larger cell area +3 dB with +40% larger cell 8 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 with +40% larger cell Higher cell capacity +20%/70% (DL / UL) No changes to terminals required. 2-antenna terminals assumed.
  • Main Topics in 3GPP Release 12Main Topics in 3GPP Release 12Main Topics in 3GPP Release 12Main Topics in 3GPP Release 12 • Release 12 will be completed in 3GPP by end-2014 Small cell enhancements MIMO and beam- forming evolution UE interference Machine-to-machine HetNet mobility Device-to-device Small cells Macro cells Other topics 9 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 UE interference cancellation HetNet mobility enhancements Device-to-device communication Enhanced CoMP (Multi-cell scheduling) FDD + TDD aggregation 3GPP – WLAN interworking
  • Small CellSmall CellSmall CellSmall Cell EnhancementEnhancementEnhancementEnhancement in Release 12in Release 12in Release 12in Release 12 Key Technologies in 3GPP Release 12 Dual connectivity Inter-site carrier aggregation 256QAM Macro 10 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 Dual ConnectivityDual ConnectivityDual ConnectivityDual Connectivity Macro Small cell UE
  • LTELTELTELTE EvolutionEvolutionEvolutionEvolution:::: New Use CasesNew Use CasesNew Use CasesNew Use Cases LTE-U = Unlicensed Band LTE on UHF Bands LTE-B = Broadcast = eMBMS LTE-M = Machine-to-Machine LTE-D = Device-to-Device Replace terrestrial TV Internet of things Proximity services 500 MHz more spectrum at 5 GHz LTE on 470 – 700 MHz New Application Areas New Spectrum Authorized shared access Sharing with incumbent user 11 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014 LTE for Public Safety Run public safety on your LTE LTE for Voice (VoLTE) Move voice to IP in LTE network LTE for Connected Cars Connectivity for car entertainment LTE for Airplane Connections Wi-Fi backhaul for airplanes
  • 12 Harri Holma ”LTE Evolution Towards Vision 2020”, Mobile Broadband Conference, London, May 2014
  • Thank You 13