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Telecom Time 2014 SAF Erik van der Made english

  1. 1. Microwave Links Compelling alternative to cabled infrastructure ? Erik van der Made Utrecht, 20 November 2014
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Microwave background and applications 2. Technology explained 3. Microwave: a solution comparison 4. SAF projects in the Benelux 5. Conclusion
  3. 3. Microwave background and Applications • Bandwidth, speed, flexibility and redundancy • Availability of PtP spectrum Applications • Flexible backhaul for mobile networks and (W)ISP’s • LAN-LAN connections for ‘multi location’ organisations • Business parks, Companies in ‘white spots’ • (remote) homes in ‘white spots’
  4. 4. Backhaul voor public and private networks
  5. 5. Microwave background and Applications • Bandwidth, speed, flexibility and redundancy • Availability of PtP spectrum Applications • Flexible backhaul for mobile networks and (W)ISP’s • LAN-LAN connections for ‘multi location’ organisations • Business parks, Companies in ‘white spots’ • (remote) homes in ‘white spots’ • Offshore projects • Broadcast projects (fixed to nomadic) • International long distance connections connecties
  6. 6. Microwave explained • Radio frequenties • Line of Sight requirements • Microwave components 1. Baseband modem/interface (IDU) 2. Radio (ODU) 3. Antennae’s • Microwave topologies • Capacity and Reliability
  7. 7. Spectrum Microwave and Millimeter wave Licentie NL: 618 euro eenmalig Jaarlijks: 52-455 euro
  8. 8. Line of Sight • Unobstructed transmission zone / Fresnel Zone • Installation sites • Indirect Line of Sight
  9. 9. Components Microwave 1+1 HotStandBy 2+0 Full outdoor
  10. 10. Microwave topologies Star network (PtP, PmP) Ring network
  11. 11. Capacity and availability Modulation Channel width Modulation Weather Signal Strenght 99,999% Gigabit/s links are available
  12. 12. Microwave: a Solution Comparison (1) SAF confidential
  13. 13. SAF confidential Microwave: a Solution Comparison (2)
  14. 14. Cost comparison deployment fiber vs Microwave in ‘white spot’ area (1)
  15. 15. Cost comparison deployment fiber vs Microwave in ‘white spot’ area (2)
  16. 16. Customer application SAF in Benelux 1. Businessparks with 17Ghz Freemile 2. Nationwide backbone for digital FMradio network 3. Redundant 1+1 connection from Harlingen to Terschelling (over 26km water) 4. Campings and marina’s (backhaul for Wifi networks) 5. London to Frankfurt (> 600km)
  17. 17. Conclusions • Microwave links (often) good alternative to fiber (especially when trenching is required) • Broadband capacity up to fiber standards • Attractive CAPEX and OPEX • High reliability of Microwave links • (near) Line of Sight is important
  18. 18. SAF Tehnika Stand TT66 Utrecht, 20 November 2014
  19. 19. BACKUP SLIDES
  20. 20. Reach xDSL broadband from local exchange in ‘white spot’ province Groningen, 2012
  21. 21. Loss of throughput by distance for copper technologies SAF confidential Bron: Wikipedia
  22. 22. Cost fiber vs Microwave in white spots
  23. 23. Cost fiber vs Microwave in white spots
  24. 24. Cost fiber vs Microwave in white spots

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