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Long term evolution overview

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Long term evolution overview

  1. 1. Long Term Evolution Overview Speaker
  2. 2. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-082 Mobile broadband Market Update LTE Performance SAE/LTE Architecture LTE Deployment & Products
  3. 3. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-083 Mobile broadband Market Update LTE Performance SAE/LTE Architecture LTE Deployment & Products
  4. 4. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-084 Broadband growth > 1.8 billion subscriptions 2012 Source: OVUM, Strategy Analytics & Internal Ericsson 0 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 Subscriptions(Millions) Mobile Broadband Fixed Broadband 2011 Broadband becomes personal
  5. 5. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-085 Traffic growth in fixed and mobile networks 0 1 000 000 2 000 000 3 000 000 4 000 000 5 000 000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Subscriber traffic in mobile access networks YearlyTerabyte TV/Video Internet Voice 0 100 000 000 200 000 000 300 000 000 400 000 000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Subscriber traffic in fixed access networks IPTV Internet Voice YearlyTerabyte Continue strong traffic growth
  6. 6. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-086 HSPA boosts mobile data uptake Strong data traffic growth New revenue streams with mobile broadband Data Oper 1 RelativeNetworkLoad Voice world average Data Oper 2 Data Oper 3
  7. 7. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-087 Mobile broadband Market Update LTE Performance SAE/LTE Architecture LTE Deployment & Products
  8. 8. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-088 3GPP LTE performance targets  High data rates – Downlink: >100 Mbps – Uplink: >50 Mbps  Low delay/latency – User plane RTT: <10 ms  High spectral efficiency – Targeting 3 X HSPA Rel. 6  High Performance Broadcast services  Cost-effective network design
  9. 9. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-089 SC-FDMA OFDMA Key LTE radio access features TX TX 20 MHz1.4 MHz  LTE radio access – Downlink: OFDM – Uplink: SC-FDMA  Advanced antenna solutions – Diversity – Multi-layer transmission (MIMO) – Beam-forming  Spectrum flexibility – Flexible bandwidth – New and existing bands – Duplex flexibility: FDD and TDD
  10. 10. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0810 0 10 20 30 40 100 0 500 1000 1500 Userthroughput(Mbps) LTE FDD 20 MHz, Average LTE FDD 10 MHz, Average LTE FDD 5 MHz, Average LTE performance Downlink, 3GPP simulations 50 60 70 80 90 Number of broadband subscribers Wider carrier => higher bit rate and trunking gains less relative OH
  11. 11. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0811 3GPP LTE Performance Maximum peak data rates Downlink (20 MHz) 2 TX / 2 RX 158 Mbps 4 TX / 4 RX 288 Mbps Uplink (20 MHz) 1 TX / 2 RX 52 Mbps 2 TX / 2 RX 96 Mbps Target values (100/50 Mbps) are reached! 21% overhead for reference signals and L1/L2 control assumed
  12. 12. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0812 The LTE time plan LTE is the next mobile network standard defined by 3GPP General availability planned 2009 In line with majority of operators planned roll out LTE Standardization timeline LTE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Technical studies Specifications Technically stable specifications (>80% complete) L1 L2 L3 Perf requirements UE conf test specs
  13. 13. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0813 Open initiative by Vendors and Operators Objective – Promote LTE/SAE as NGMN technology – Drive Industrialization of LTE/SAE – Stimulate development of LTE/SAE ecosystem 3 Phases: – Proof of Concept – IODT/IOT – Customer trials LTE/SAE Trial Initiative Note Note: this list is continuously growing
  14. 14. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0814 Mobile broadband Market Update LTE Performance SAE/LTE Architecture LTE Deployment & Products
  15. 15. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0815 Terminology update EPC Evolved Packet Core (earlier SAE = System Architecture Evolution) eUTRAN Evolved UTRAN (earlier LTE RAN = Long Term Evolution) EPS Evolved Packet System incl. EPC, eUTRAN and terminals 2G 3G, HSPA eUTRAN Non-3GPP CS networks EPC Circuit Core IMS domain User mgmt ”IP networks” Core Network
  16. 16. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0816 eUTRAN (LTE) interfaces MME/UPE S1S1 S1 X2 X2 eNode BeNode B eNode B Evolved Packet Core Evolved UTRAN
  17. 17. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0817 EPS Architecture SAE GW (PDN GW and Serving GW) S1 CP S1 UP LTE IP networks MME eNode B Non-3GPP access SGSN Iu CPGb 2G 3G S3 HLR/HSS PCRF S12 S11 Gr S7 S10 SGi S4 S6a S2a/b/c BSC RNC BTS Node B
  18. 18. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0818 Deployment example of LTE with GERAN/UTRAN GGSNGGSN Gi Packet Data Networks (Internet) Node BNode B RNCRNC BTSBTS BSCBSC Iu up/S12 Iub Gb UTRANGERAN Control Interface User Data Interface SGSNSGSN Gn Iu/Gn-UP (Rel-7 One Tunnel) LTE eNode BeNode B S1-C S1-U  3GPP Rel-7 specifies the feature called “3G Direct Tunnel” where the user plane goes direct between RNC and GGSN  3GPP Rel-8 specifies a SAE GW and a MME. SW upgrade of the GGSN gives SAE GW functionality and MME functionality in the SGSN  LTE capable eNode Bs are introduced SGSN/MMESGSN/MME GGSN/SAE GWGGSN/SAE GW
  19. 19. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0819 HSPA and LTE  HSPA everywhere 2010 – Thousands of Node Bs and sites provide coverage – HSPA Evolution performance on par with LTE for 5MHz  Cost efficient network evolution – Rely on HSPA for coverage – LTE where peak rate is needed – Gradually build more LTE coverage – HSPA Evolution and LTE on the same evolved Core Network Smooth migration and lowest introduction cost for LTE
  20. 20. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0820 Network evolution Opportunities for LTE HSPAWCDMA eHSPAGSM LTE CDMA Rev C EV-DOCDMA LTE supports a multitude of implementation scenarios
  21. 21. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0821 Mobile broadband Market Update LTE Performance SAE/LTE Architecture LTE Deployment & Products
  22. 22. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0822 3GPP bands for LTE FDD & TDD Wide range of bands enables global support 450-470 MHz 698-806 MHz for US part of 698-862 MHz for CEPT and others 3400-3800 MHz Additional bands proposed to be specified in 3GPP FDD Band ”Identifier” Frequencies (MHz) I IMT Core Band 1920-1980/2110- 2170 II PCS 1900 1850-1910/1930- 1990 III GSM 1800 1710-1785/1805- 1880 IV AWS (US & other) 1710-1755/2110- 2155 V 850 824-849/869-894 VI 850 (Japan) 830-840/875-885 VII IMT Extension 2500-2570/2620- 2690 VIII GSM 900 880-915/925-960 IX 1700 (Japan) 1750-1785/1845- 1880 X 3G Americas 1710-1770/2110- 2170 TDD Band ”Identifier” Frequencies (MHz) a TDD 2000 1900-1920 2010-2025 b TDD 1900 1850-1910 1930-1990 c PCS Center Gap (1915)1910-1930 d IMT Extension Center Gap 2570-2620
  23. 23. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0823 LTE in WCDMA RBS  LTE can be integrated into Ericsson WCDMA RBS (R3) products  The bigger cabinets can be equipped with LTE as a simple carrier addition  In the other cabinets LTE is introduced as a baseband addition into the cabinets and radio equipment as remote units (RRUs)
  24. 24. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0824 LTE Introduction in RBS 3206 Add Dual Mode Dual Band Standardized LTE modules
  25. 25. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0825 Ericsson LTE RBS Example for same or new frequency bands  HSPA and LTE  Dual-Mode/Dual-Band  LTE Plug-In Units for indoor and outdoor WCDMA macro  LTE upgrade for GSM Macro  LTE Main Remote  O&M for migration and seamless management  Multiple bands in first release WCDMA 3x4 + LTE RRU´s Macro also includes LTE Main Unit WCDMA or GSM
  26. 26. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0826 LTE in GSM RBS  LTE can be introduced into RBS 2106 and RBS 2206 as a mechanical integration  LTE can be added to the RBS 3216 as bolt on option, i.e. a RBS 3216 stacked on top of a RBS 2216
  27. 27. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0827 Packet Core Examples  Evolution of SGSN – 3G Direct Tunnel for efficient scaling of Mobile Broadband capacity – ”MME” functionality added  Evolution of GGSN – LTE support added – Mobile IP added
  28. 28. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0828 Repeater node LTE transmission Examples Edge Node Aggregation Node Fiber interconnect Node 600 MBps MINI-LINK TN 20p MINI-LINK TN 6p MINI-LINK TN 2p
  29. 29. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0829 Operation and Maintenance Facilitates the way from 2G & 3G to LTE Service  The O&M solution supports both stand-alone LTE network and easy migration towards a combined LTE with 2G and 3G;  Assures; – Coordinated solutions for element management – Coordinated solutions in OSS-RC
  30. 30. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0830 Vision; LTE O&M = Simplicity Fast and painless start and operation ...Self-x functions - always optimized service ...O&M on demand – human action when required ...Friendly neighbor - easy co-existence ...Full Control – correct information at hand Self-x O&M on-demand Friendly neighbor Full Control
  31. 31. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0831 Ericsson Mobile Platform for LTE Building on leadership in 3G platforms  Powerful mobile broadband experience day one  Designed for different types of devices  Flexible configurations
  32. 32. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0832 LTE development time plan 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Ericsson commerical product Releases Study Item Work Item CR & functional growth HW Development SW Development LTE development LTE GA
  33. 33. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0833 Summary  The LTE standard progress well  LTE performance exceeds the 3GPP performance targets  LTE infrastructure and many devices in multiple bands in 2009/10  Ericsson’s total product offering for Operators and Device OEMs – Infrastructure (RAN, CN, Mini-Link, Site, Antennas, OSS,….) – Mobile Platform – Broadband modules – Fixed Wireless Terminals – Sony Ericsson devices
  34. 34. 22109 - FGB 101 469 Uen Rev B Commercial in confidence 2008-01-0834

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