Seminar: Wireless Technology at Elektro UI.May05

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Seminar: Wireless Technology at Elektro UI.May05

  1. 1. To Lecture of EDGE Technology
  2. 2. by Djadja Achmad Sardjana Network PT. Motorola Indonesia
  3. 3. Objective of This Lectures • Sharing knowledge on Wireless Technology especially EDGE. • Built awareness on EDGE as part of Wireless business driven by customer demand. • Bring student to new highlight of EDGE Technology.
  4. 4. Presentation Agenda • Introduction. • Wireless History and Principles • GSM. • CDMA. • IMT-2000 • EDGE Technology. • Conclusion.
  5. 5. Introduction • Use of Wireless/Cellular Communication is increase significantly compare to fixed line. • Functionality of Wireless and or Cellular Communication is not limited on voice service only.
  6. 6. Mobile Communication Component
  7. 7. Wide Zone System •Fixed frequency for each user or multi-channel access •Easy to control F1 – F3 •High transmission power MCA/ Convenience radio phone/ Handy wireless (Taxi wireless) etc. Cellular System •Able to use the same frequency repeatedly F3 •Multi-channel access F2 F2 F1 •Low transmission power F3 F3 F2 Cellular phone/ In-flight telephone Tele-terminals, etc.
  8. 8. •Omni zone No directional antenna Large number of BS •Sector zone Directional antenna Small number of BS
  9. 9. FDMA Frequency f1 f2 f3 •Fixed channel layout •Analog system Time TDMA Frequency 1 2 3 1 2 3 •Large peak power •Using together with FDMA •Digital system Time DS-CDMA #3 •Transmit power control Frequency #2 is required (Up link) Spreading code#1 •Interference limited •Digital system Time
  10. 10. Paging Paging Paging Location Registration Location Registration Paging Traffic Location Registration Traffic
  11. 11. Detect that a mobile terminal Update the base station circuit with the is moving between cells. new cell information and send a signal to the mobile telephone instructing it to switch to the new channel. Determine the cell to which the mobile station has moved, and select an available call channel in that cell. •Increase control load •Disconnecting of a moment
  12. 12. Hand-Over
  13. 13. • Initially Formed on 1982 to create common European Mobile Telephone Standard that operating on 900 MHz. • Mostly accepted as worldwide global standard on 900 MHz Digital Mobile Communication. • Use TDMA as access method.
  14. 14. Data for some terminal Radio channel Compression · Multiplexing Time Received signal on the terminal Terminal: Tx/Rx when it is necessary •Power saving •Long life battery
  15. 15. Wireless Development '80s '90s 2000s Initial stage Growing stage Expansion stage Matured Stage - Voice - Voice -Low-speed - High-speed Data Transmission - Voice ~ Data Transmission 64kbps ~ ~ 384kbps ( 2Mbps) Analog Digital IMT-2000 M-BISDN -Cellular -Cellular M-ISDN including Video, -Coedless Cordless High Speed Data (1 st generation) (2nd –2.5th (3rd generation) Generation) (4th generation) -PDC -AMPS -GSM - W-CDMA -TACS -IS-54 - CDMA2000 etc. -NTT etc. -PHS etc.
  16. 16. Wireless Communication Trend Personal ? Ultra-small ? Low-electric power consumption terminal ? Diversification of ? Multi-mode terminal social activities and ? High-functional, high-efficient terminal ? Single-function, low price terminal Multimedia ? Internet ? Media mixes ? Capability of handling voice, video, and data ? Fusion between ? High-efficient multi-rate voice and video CODEC communications ? High-speed, high-quality transmission and broadcasting Universal ? Global-roaming ? Global standard ? Anywhere, anytime ? Satellite mobile communication, boosters
  17. 17. Mobile Communications in the 21st Century Universal Universal Service usable anywhere in the world Mobile Communications Personal Multimedia Personal Services Variegated, High-quality usable by anyone Multimedia Services
  18. 18. Comparison of 3G Major Proposals UTRA/FDD, TDD (Europe) W-CDMA/NA (Europe + U.S.A.) cdma 2000 (U.S.A.) Global CDMA II (Korea) Global CDMA I (Korea) W-CDMA (Japan) 4.096 Mcps 3.6864 Mcps 8.192Mcps 14.7456Mcps Chip rate 16.384Mcps ( 0.9216Mcps : Korea ) Layer 1 parameter (1.2288, 7.3728, 11.0592Mcps : ( 1.024Mcps : Japan, Korea ) U.S.A. ) Inter-cell Async. / Sync. Sync. / Async synchronization Downlink Individual (Common : Korea) Common pilot Time multiplex (Code multiplex : Korea) Code multiplex Uplink pilot IQ multiplex IQ, code multiplex
  19. 19. FDMA Frequency f1 f2 •Fixed channel layout f3 •Analog system Time TDMA •Large peak power Frequency 1 2 3 1 2 3 •Using together with FDMA •Digital system Time DS-CDMA •Transmit power #3 #2 control is required Frequency (Up link) Spreading code#1 •Interference limited CDM •Digital system Time
  20. 20. Principle of DS-CDMA Spreading Despreading Input Data Data Output data modulation demodulation (4) data (1) (2) (3) Spreading Spreading code code Power Power Power Power Frequency Frequency Frequency Frequency (1)Transmit data (2)Transmit data (3)Received data (4)Recovered data (narrow band (Spread data) (with interference) (De-spread data) data)
  21. 21. Spreading / Despreading Input data Spreading code Tx signal Rx signal Spreading code Output data
  22. 22. Frequency reuse factor of 1 f1 f2 f1 f1 f1 f2 f3 f1 f2 f1 f1 f1 f1 f1 f3 f1 f2 f3 f1 f1 f1 f1 f1 f2 f3 f1 f2 f1 f1 f1 f1 f1 f3 f1 f2 f3 f1 f1 f1 f1 f3 f1 FDMA/TDMA CDMA ? Reuse partitioning ? Frequency management free
  23. 23. Near-far problem and Tx power control Large interference Near-far problem to signal from UE1 Tx power=1 W Tx power=1 W UE 1 UE 2 Tx power control Tx power=1 W Tx power=0.2 W UE 1 UE 2 Tx power is controlled so that received signal becomes required value.
  24. 24. Diversity Handover Downlink Uplink Selective RNC RNC combining Node B Maximum ratio combining Advantage of Diversity Handover Improve stability of communications between cells Increase of capacity (selective or maximum ratio) To avoid data loss during handover procedure
  25. 25. Comparison with Other System Item PDC cdma One (IS-95) W-CDMA Frequency 800MHz/1.5GHz 800MHz/1.9GHz 2GHz Multiple TDMA CDMA CDMA access Band width 50kHz 1.25MHz 5MHz (5/10/20MHz multi PSI-CELP(4 kbps), CODEC EVRC (8 kbps) GSM-AMR (12.2 kbps) G.729(8 kbps) Hand-over Hard (with disconnect) Soft (without disconnect) Soft (without disconnect) Data 28.8kbps (Packet) 14.4kbps 384kbps transmission Frequency 1 1.06-1.55X compared PDC) 2X compared PDC usage Not required Required in order to set Not required GPS system inter-cell synchronization Continuous waiting time About 330 hour About 200 hour - Number of About 4,280 mil. , 99.7 About 200 mil., 99.7 - subscribers
  26. 26. Basic Requirements and Features: “IMT-2000 defines third generation mobile systems which are scheduled to start service around the year 2000 … These systems will provide access by means of one or more radio links to a wide range of telecommunications services supported by the fixed and mobile telecommunications networks (e.g. PSTN/ISDN/PLMN), and to other services which may be unique to IMT-2000. A range of mobile terminal types designed for mobile and fixed use, is envisaged linking to terrestrial and/or satellite-based networks.” 1997 ITU Circular Letter
  27. 27. Basic Requirements and Features: “A goal for third generation mobile systems is to provide universal coverage and to enable terminals to be capable of seamless roaming between multiple networks … It is a design objective of IMT-2000 that the number of radio interfaces should be minimal and, if more than one interface is required, that there should be a high degree of commonality between them.” 1997 ITU Circular Letter
  28. 28. Inside ITU Outside ITU Request Issued 4 April 97 for proposals Proposals Submit by 30 June 98 Develop, Review submit & evaluate evaluations Repo technologies rts du e 30 Se pt 98 Consensus Evaluation building Market Key Choices related 31 Mar 99 factors Development of Implementation Done 31 Dec 99 Recommendations of Recommendations
  29. 29. Radio Interface Evaluation Process IMT-2000 Radio Technology Evaluation Groups: • Canadian Evaluation Group • Telecom Engineering Center (India) • China Evaluation Group • T1P1/TR46 International Standards Ad-Hoc (USA) • TIA/TR-45 Ad-Hoc International Standards Development Group (USA) • Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB, Japan) • ETSI SMG2 (Europe) • ITU Malaysia • TTA Evaluation Ad-Hoc (Korea)
  30. 30. Radio Interface Evaluation Process Summary of Minimum Performance Capabilities: Test Indoor Outdoor to Vehicular Satellite environment Office Indoor and Pedestrian Data services At least At least At least At least capabilities – 2 048 kbit/s 384 kbit/s 144 kbit/s 9.6 kbit/s circuit switched and packet See ITU Circular Letter Attachment 4 for details
  31. 31. W-CDMA W-cdmaOne TD/CDMA IS-136 HS Others Consensus Others Others Building IMT-2000
  32. 32. Mobile Communications in the 21th Century Universal Service usable anywhere in the world Global (Universal) Personal Multimedia Personal Services Variegated, High-quality usable by anyone Multimedia Services
  33. 33. Enjoy telecommunication services everywhere in the world, through the user's own mobile terminal and number.
  34. 34. Virtual Home Environment (VHE) Supplementary services are provided in the home NW and the other NW, with the same view and operation. operation Europe The same Supp. Services Home NW Japan USA
  35. 35. Mobile Multimedia services Mobile Multimedia Broadcast 2M Remote Database Access Video Internet medical Conference Information Access service (High quality) (Medical image) Video on Distribution Video demand Mobile TV 384K Services Catalog -Sports Video shopping -News Conference WWW News -Movies (Low quality) Weather 64K e-mail forecast Electronic ISDN ftp Newspaper Karaoke Traffic information Mobile 32K Voice Radio Telephone IP Mail pager Sports Conference Electronic information 16K telephony Publishing Leisure etc Information 9.6K Telephone Electronic FAX Image 2.4K Mail Data 1.2K Voice Symmetric Asymmetric Multicast Point to Point Multi Point
  36. 36. Business Mobile TV&Phone Public Video Conference Information transport system E-Mail Guidance for driving DB System for old people Mobile Multimedia Communication NW Private DB Emergency system Information distribution service Music on demand Electronic news paper Remote sensing Karaoke Mobile TV & Control on demand Video on demand Electronic book Interactive TV Tele shopping Interactive game In-home studying
  37. 37. <Receiver> <Sender> Home Home Visual Phone Visual Phone Cellular Visual Phone Cellular Visual Phone PDA IMT-2000 Note PC PDA Note PC Data Base Server Real Time Server
  38. 38. 1. Voice Terminal 2. Data Terminal 3. Visual Terminal ·????128kbps?? Down Link:384kbps · ???????????? ·????128kbps?? 384kbps???? · ???????????? 384kbps???? · PC??IrDA??? ·????33.6kbps???? *??????,??/???? ??????????? 32kbps??????????? ? Up Link:64kbps Output Power(Data):250mW IrDA/BlueTooth Output Power(Voice):125mW Handy Phone Type Handy Phone Type PDA Type Down Link:128kbps Data Speed:64kbps ·????128kbps?? · ???????????? 384kbps???? · PC??IrDA??? ·????33.6kbps??? ? Up Link:64kbps Output Power:250mW Output Power(Data):250mW Asymmetrical Data Speed Output Power(Voice):125mW PCMCIA with Down Link Priority 4. Car Multimedia Terminal 5. Indoor Hi-speed Data Terminal Down Link:2Mbps Up Link:384kbps Low Output Power Data Speed:384kbps Output Power:2W
  39. 39. MOTOROLA EDGE
  40. 40. Conclusion • Exponential Increment on Wireless and or Cellular Communication change the way telco business on many aspect. • Functionality of Wireless and or Cellular Communication already step on multi media application which support by mature of standardization. • Technology is only “flavor” on Wireless and or Cellular Communication, Its rely on customer choice.
  41. 41. From Djadja Achmad Sardjana Networks PT. Motorola Indonesia
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