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Acknowledge 09 Useraspecten En Evaluatie Ilse MariëN Ibbt Smit Vub


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Acknowledge 09 Useraspecten En Evaluatie Ilse MariëN Ibbt Smit Vub

  1. 1. World Class Standards Towards standardisation of Cognitive Radio 1st IBBT-MIT Joint Workshop on Cognitive Radio Standardization & Markets 11 May 2009 – Brussels (Belgium) Andrea Lorelli ETSI RRS Technical Officer © ETSI 2009. All rights reserved
  2. 2. World Class Standards Who are we ? A recognized European Standards Organization however providing global standards for telecom & ICT Independent, not-for-profit organization, created in 1988 More than 750 members worldwide (766 @ GA#53) Leading IPR-policy We have some 20 000 publications - freely available ! 2
  3. 3. World Class Standards Through its activity ETSI Provides Standards to support regulation, Specifications and tools to assist certification Co-ordinates and contributes to work on frequency requirements and allocation Works closely with EC and CEPT and many other organisations 3
  4. 4. World Class Standards Primary Role ESO: European Standards Organization: Only ETSI can produce Harmonized Standards in the area of telecommunications & ICT used to access European market GSP: Global Standards Producer: ETSI produces standards intended to meet international and global needs (e.g. GSM, DECT™, TETRA, DVB & IMT2000) ETSI works in close collaboration with other standardisation bodies worldwide via specific agreements, Global Standards Collaboration, and Partnership Projects SES: Standards Enabling Services: Such as interoperability testing, forum management etc. 4
  5. 5. World Class Standards RRS Technical Committee in ETSI Was set up early 2008, first meeting in March Mandate to spring 2010 is to draft feasibility reports, describing what and how standards for SDR and CR could be developed. More in detail: study the feasibility of standardization activities related to Reconfigurable Radio Systems encompassing radio solutions related to Software Defined Radio (SDR) and Cognitive Radio (CR) research topics; collect and define the related Reconfigurable Radio Systems requirements from relevant stakeholders; deliver its findings in the form of Technical Reports and/or ETSI Guides. 5
  6. 6. World Class Standards TC RRS STRUCTURE ETSI RRS technical committee has currently 4 sub-working groups (WG): • WG1 System Aspects • WG2 Radio Equipment Architecture • WG3 Functional Architecture and Cognitive Pilot Channel • WG4 Public Safety Chairman LoI LoI with SDR forum SDR Forum Liaison with IEEE SCC41 WG1 WG2 WG3 WG4 6
  7. 7. World Class Standards RRS Technical Report (1/2) Spectrum use Cognitive Radio System Concept, scenarios for CR system, WG1 Requirements... DTR/RRS-01002 Cognitive Radio system concept DTR/RRS-01003 Spectrum Aspects of Cognitive Radio and Software Defined Radio Systems WG2 TR 102 680 V1.1.1 SDR Reference Architecture for Mobile Device DTR/RRS-02003 Radio Base Station (RBS) Software Defined Radio (SDR) status, implementations and costs aspects, including future possibilities DTR/RRS-02004 Multiradio Interface for Software Defined Radio (SDR) Mobile Device Architecture and Services 7
  8. 8. World Class Standards RRS Technical Report (2/2) Cognitive Pilot Channel Architectures... WG3 DTR/RRS-03004 Functional Architecture (FA) DTR/RRS-03007 Cognitive Pilot Channel (CPC) design WG4 DTR/RRS-04005 System Aspects for Public Safety DTR/RRS-04006 User Requirements for Public Safety Cognitive Radio in Public Safety..... 8
  9. 9. World Class Standards Why Standardisation is needed... The proliferation of new technologies and the convergence of previously separated heterogeneous technologies are raising the need for standards: 3GPP has already introduced (release 8) cognitive-like capabilities (3GPP RATs only) IEEE 1900.4 standard describes a management system enabling optimized radio resource usage in heterogeneous wireless ANs Standardization will have a role in facilitating the cooperation among the different stakeholders, leading to more productive business inter-relations. Standardisation will help Network Operators (NOs) and network business owners (NBOs) to face the increasing subscriber’s need to reach a worldwide network, in a globalization context. 9
  10. 10. World Class Standards Conclusions ETSI is a centre of expertise in radio technologies development exploring CR standardisation A high level of interest in CR and in the definition of CPC Improved efficiency in spectrum use Increased capacity of the networks Flexible Access to services (e.g. Future Internet) CR needs a standardized framework in order to work throughout many (heterogeneous) systems Standards are necessary 10
  11. 11. World Class Standards Thank you for your attention ETSI 650 route des Lucioles F-06921 Sophia Antipolis