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Overview of 3G:

Overview of 3G

Why 3G?:

2 Why 3G? Higher bandwidth enables a range of new applications!! For the consumer Video streaming, TV broadcast Video calls, video clips – news, music, sports Enhanced gaming, chat, location services… For business High speed teleworking / VPN access Sales force automation Video conferencing Real-time financial information

3G services in Asia:

3 3G services in Asia CDMA (1xEV-DO) Korea: SKT, KTF Japan: AU (KDDI) WCDMA / UMTS Japan: NTT DoCoMo, Vodafone KK Australia: 3 Hutchinson Hong Kong: 3 Hutchinson

3G Standards:

4 3G Standards 3G Standard is created by ITU-T and is called as IMT-2000. The aim of IMT-2000 is to harmonize worldwide 3G systems to provide Global Roaming .

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5 IS-95 IS-136 & PDC GSM- EDGE GPRS HSCSD IS-95B Cdma2000-1xRTT Cdma2000-1xEV,DV,DO Cdma2000-3xRTT W-CDMA EDGE TD-SCDMA 2G 3G 2.5G 3GPP 3GPP2 Upgrade paths for 2G Technologies

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6 cdmaOne GSM TDMA 2G PDC CDMA2000 1x First Step into 3G GPRS 90% 10% Evolution of Mobile Systems to 3G - drivers are capacity, data speeds, lower cost of delivery for revenue growth EDGE WCDMA CDMA2000 1x EV/DV 3G phase 1 Evolved 3G 3GPP Core Network CDMA2000 1x EV/DO HSDPA Expected market share EDGE Evolution

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7 Performance evolution of cellular technologies

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8 Improved performance, decreasing cost of delivery Typical average bit rates (peak rates higher) WEB browsing Corporate data access Streaming audio/video Voice & SMS Presence/location xHTML browsing Application downloading E-mail MMS picture / video Multitasking 3G-specific services take advantage of higher bandwidth and/or real-time QoS A number of mobile services are bearer independent in nature HSDPA 1 -10 Mbps WCDMA 2 Mbps EGPRS 473 kbps GPRS 171 kbps GSM 9.6 kbps Pu s h - t o- talk Broadband in wide area Video sharing Video telephony Real-time IP multimedia and games Multicasting Services roadmap CDMA 2000-EVDO CDMA 2000-EVDV CDMA 2000 1x

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9 CdmaOne, IS-95 GSM, DCS-1900 IS-54/IS-136, PDC Uplink Frequencies 824-849 MHz (US Cellular) 1850-1910 MHz (US PCS) 890-915 MHz (Europe) 1850-1910 MHz (US PCS) 800 MHz, 1500 MHz (Japan) 1850-1910 MHz (US PCS) Downlink Frequencies 869-894 MHz (US Cellular) 1930-1990 MHz (US PCS) 935-960 MHz (Europe) 1930-1990 MHz (US PCS) 824-849 MHz (US Cellular) 1930-1990 MHz (US PCS) 800 MHz, 1500 MHz (Japan) Duplexing FDD FDD FDD Multiple Access Tech. CDMA TDMA TDMA Modulation BPSK with Quadrature Spreading GMSK with BT=0.3 /4 DQPSK Carrier Separation 1.25 MHz 200 KHz 30 KHz (IS-136) (25 KHz for PDC) Channel Data Rate 1.2288 Mchips/sec 260.833 Kbps 48.6 Kbps (IS-136) (25 KHz for PDC) Voice Channels per carrier 64 8 3 Speech Coding CELP @ 13 Kbps, EVRC @ 8 Kbps RPE-LTP @ 13 Kbps VSELP @ 7.95 Kbps 2G TECHNOLOGIES

GSM evolution to 3G:

10 GSM evolution to 3G GSM 9.6kbps (one timeslot) GSM Data Also called CSD GSM General Packet Radio Services Data rates up to ~ 115 kbps Max: 8 timeslots used as any one time Packet switched; resources not tied up all the time Contention based. Efficient, but variable delays GSM / GPRS core network re-used by WCDMA (3G) GPRS HSCSD High Speed Circuit Switched Data Dedicate up to 4 timeslots for data connection ~ 50 kbps Good for real-time applications c.w. GPRS Inefficient -> ties up resources, even when nothing sent Not as popular as GPRS (many skipping HSCSD) EDGE Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution Uses 8PSK modulation 3x improvement in data rate on short distances Can fall back to GMSK for greater distances Combine with GPRS (EGPRS) ~ 384 kbps Can also be combined with HSCSD WCDMA


11 GPRS General Packet Radio Service Packet based Data Network Well suited for non-real time internet usage including retrieval of email, faxes and asymmetric web browsing. Supports multi user network sharing of individual radio channels and time slots. Provides packet network on dedicated GSM radio channels GPRS overlays a packet-switched architecture on existing GSM network architecture Variable performance… Packet Random Access, Packet Switched Content handling Throughput depends on coding scheme, # timeslots etc From ~ 9 kbps min to max. of 171.8 kbps (in theory!)

GPRS (contd..):

12 GPRS (contd..) Modulation – GMSK Symbol Rate – 270 ksym/s Modulation bit rate – 270 kbps Radio data rate per time slot – 22.8kbps User data rate per time slot – 20kbps (CS4) User data rate (8 time slots) – 160kbps, 182.4kbps Applications are required to provide their own error correction scheme as part of carried data payload.

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13 CS1 guarantees connectivity under all conditions (signaling and start of data) CS2 enhances the capacity and may be utilised during the data transfer phase CS3/CS4 will bring the highest speed but only under good conditions Channel data rates determined by Coding Scheme 3dB 7dB 11dB 15dB 19dB 23dB 27dB C/I 0 4 8 12 16 20 Max throughput per GPRS channel (netto bitrate, kbit/sec) CS 4 CS 3 CS 2 CS 1 Use higher coding schemes (less coding, more payload) when radio conditions are good


14 EDGE EDGE Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution EDGE is add-on to GPRS Uses 8-PSK modulation in good conditions Increase throughput by 3x (8-PSK – 3 bits/symbol vs GMSK 1 bit/symbol) Offer data rates of 384kbps, theoretically up to 473.6kbps Uses 9 Modulation coding schemes (MCS1-9) MCS(1-4) uses GMSK, while MCS(5-9) uses 8PSK modulation. Uses Link adaptation algorithm Modulation Bit rate – 810kbps Radio data rate per time slot – 69.2kbps User data rate per time slot – 59.2kbps (MCS9) User data rate (8 time slots) – 473.6kbps New handsets / terminal equipment; additional hardware in the BTS, Core network and the rest remains the same EDGE access develops to connect to 3G core

Coding Schemes for EGPRS:

15 Coding Schemes for EGPRS


16 UMTS UMTS is the European vision of 3G. UMTS is an upgrade from GSM via GPRS or EDGE. The standardization work for UMTS is carried out by Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). Data rates of UMTS are: 144 kbps for rural 384 kbps for urban outdoor 2048 kbps for indoor and low range outdoor Virtual Home Environment (VHE)

UMTS Network Architecture:

17 UMTS Network Architecture

UMTS Network Architecture :

18 UMTS network architecture consists of three domains: Core Network (CN) : To provide switching, routing and transit for user traffic. UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN) : Provides the air interface access method for User Equipment. User Equipment (UE) : Terminals work as air interface counterpart for Node B. The various identities are: IMSI, TMSI, P-TMSI, TLLI, MSISDN, IMEI, IMEISV. UMTS Network Architecture


19 Wide band CDMA technology is selected for UTRAN air interface. Base Station is referred to as Node-B and control equipment for Node-B’s is called is called as Radio Network Controller (RNC). Functions of Node –B are: Air Interface Tx/Rx Modulation / Demodulation Functions of RNC are: Radio Resource Control Channel Allocation Power Control Settings Handover Control Ciphering Segmentation and Reassembly UTRAN

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20 UMTS Band : 1900-2025 MHz and 2110-2200 MHz for 3G transmission. Terrestrial UMTS (UTRAN) : 1900-1980 MHz, 2010-2025 MHz, and 2110-2170 MHz bands UMTS Frequency Spectrum

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22 WCDMA – 25 device suppliers Amoi BenQ Fujitsu Hisense HTC Huawei LG Mitsubishi Motorola NEC Nokia Novatel Wireless NTT DoCoMo (Raku Raku) Panasonic Pantech Samsung Sanyo Seiko Sharp Siemens Sierra Wireless Sony Ericsson Toshiba Vodafone (Option Wireless PC card) ZTE

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23 Combined WCDMA-EDGE networks AIS, Thailand Ålands Mobiltelefon, Finland Batelco, Bahrain Cellcom, Israel Cingular Wireless, USA CSL, Hong Kong Dialog GSM, Sri Lanka Elisa, Finland EMT, Estonia Eurotel Praha, Czech Eurotel Bratislava, Slovak GPTC, Libya Maxis, Malaysia Mobilkom Austria Mobitel, Bulgaria Mobily, Saudia Arabia MTC Vodafone, Bahrain MTN, South Africa Netcom, Norway Orange, France Orange, Romania Orange Slovensko, Slovak Oskar Mobile, Czech Pannon GSM, Hungary Polkomtel, Poland Rogers Wireless - Fido, Canada Si. Mobil – Vodafone, Slovenia Swisscom, Switzerland Telenor, Norway T-Mobile, Croatia T-Mobile, Czech T-Mobile, Hungary T-Mobile, USA Telfort, Netherlands TeliaSonera, Denmark TeliaSonera, Finland TeliaSonera, Sweden TIM Hellas, Greece TIM, Italy VIP Net, Croatia At least 40 operators are delivering 3G services on combined WCDMA-EDGE networks. WCDMA and EDGE are comple-mentary technologies ensuring lower capital cost, optimum flexibility and efficiencies

W-CDMA makes possible a world of mobile multimedia:

24 W-CDMA makes possible a world of mobile multimedia

CDMA2000 evolution to 3G:

25 IS-95B IS-95B Uses multiple code channels Data rates up to 64kbps Many operators gone direct to 1xRTT CDMA IS-95A IS-95A 14.4 kbps Core network re-used in CDMA2000 1xRTT CDMA2000 1xRTT: single carrier RTT First phase in CDMA2000 evolution Easy co-existence with IS-95A air interface Release 0 - max 144 kbps Release A – max 384 kbps Same core network as IS-95 1xEV-DO CDMA2000 1xEV-DO: Evolved Data Optimised Third phase in CDMA2000 evolution Standardised version of Qualcomm High Data Rate (HDR) Adds TDMA components beneath code components Good for highly asymmetric high speed data apps Speeds to 2Mbps +, classed as a “3G” system Use new or existing spectrum 1xEV-DV CDMA2000 3xRTT CDMA2000 1x Evolved DV Fourth phase in CDMA2000 evolution Still under development Speeds to 5Mbps+ (more than 3xRTT!) Possible end game. CDMA2000 evolution to 3G

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26 CDMA was commercially introduced in 1995 with IS-95A or cdmaOne. IS-95A is the CDMA-based second generation (2G) standard for mobile communication. The following are the key aspects of this standard: Support for data rates of upto 14.4 kbps IS-95A has been used exclusively for circuit-switched voice Convolutional Channel coding used Modulation technique used is BPSK IS-95A

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27 IS-95B or cdmaOne is the evolved version of IS-95A and is designated as 2.5G. IS-95B maintains the Physical Layer of IS-95A, but due to an enhanced MAC layer, is capable of providing for higher speed data services. The following are the key aspects of the standard: Theoretical data rates of upto 115 kbps, with generally experienced rates of 64 kbps Additional Walsh codes and PN sequence masks, which enable a mobile user to be assigned up to eight forward or reverse code channels simultaneously, thus enabling a higher data rate Code channels, which are transmitted at full data rates during a data burst Convolutional Channel coding Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK) as the Modulation technique used IS-95B

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28 Supports theoretical data rates of upto 307 kbps, with generally experienced rates of 144 kbps The newly introduced Q-PCH of CDMA 2000 enables the mobile to be informed about when it needs to monitor F-CCCH and the Paging Channel, thus improving on the battery life Introduction of Radio Configurations – Transmission formats characterized by physical layer parameters such as data rates, modulation characteristics, and spreading rate. RCs help in providing for additional data rates. Quality and Erasure indicator bits (QIB and EIB) on the reverse power control sub channel. These help in indicating to the BS about bad frames or lost frames received at the mobile station, so that they can be retransmitted Code channels are transmitted at full data rates during a data burst Convolutional and Turbo coding techniques used Modulation technique used is QPSK CDMA 2000 1X

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29 Offering data speeds up to 2 Mbps Using three standard 1.25 MHz channels within a 5 MHz band Leveraging deployment experiences, and manufacturers’ learning curves of today’s widely adopted, commercially available CDMA systems Using Convolutional and Turbo coding techniques Using QPSK as the Modulation technique CDMA 2000 3X

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30 Supporting data rates of up to 2.4 Mbps Having no backward-compatibility with CDMA 2000 Including two inter-operable modes: an integrated 1x mode optimized for voice and medium data speeds, and a 1xEV mode optimized for non real-time high capacity/high speed data and Internet access Providing Adaptive Rate Operation with respect to channel conditions Providing Adaptive modulation and coding Providing Macro diversity via radio selection Providing an always-on operation of 1xEV-DO terminals in the active state Using a multi-level modulation format (QPSK, 8-PSK, 16-QAM) 1X EV-DO


31 1xEV-DV Backward compatible with CDMA 2000. EV-DV can be easily extended to operate in 3x mode under the framework of current system. Forward peak data rate : 3.072 Mbps. Reverse peak data rate: 451.2 kbps. Addition of three new channels to f/w link and reverse link for packet data operation and its support. Adaptive modulation and coding : QPSK, 8- PSK, 16-QAM Variable frame duration Mobile station can select one of N base stations. DTX transmission supported for saving battery life.

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32 1xEV-DV and UMTS Comparison

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CDMA2000 1X and CDMA 1X EVDO Vendors:

35 CDMA2000 1X and CDMA 1X EVDO Vendors Terminal Vendors Audiovox Ericsson Hyundai CURITEL Kyocera LG Electronics Motorola Nokia Samsung Sanyo SK TeleTech Wireless Modem AirPrime AnyDATA GTRAN Novatel Wireless Sierra Wireless

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36 First steps to 3G 270 commercial GPRS networks 141 networks deploying GPRS/EDGE 84 commercial EDGE networks (source: GSA, May 16, 2005) 121 commercial Cdma2000 1x networks (source: CDG, May 13, 2005) 3G WCDMA: 134 licenses awarded 71 commercial WCDMA networks (source: GSAMay 12, 2005) 22 commercial CDMA 1x EV-DO networks (source: CDG, May 13, 2005) Adoption of different mobile standards Evolved 3G HSDPA: all WCDMA operators expected to upgrade to HSDPA (SW upgrade to BTS) CDMA 1x EV-DV: limited industry support

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37 3G Network Vendors: Groups and JV 1. ALCATEL + FUJITSU (Alcatel hold 66 percent of the shares of the Evolium SAS, and Fujitsu holds the rest) 2. SIEMENS + NEC (Mobisphere Ltd.,) + CASIO / TOSHIBA 3. MOTOROLA + CISCO + FIJITSU + PIONEER + ALCATEL (Alcatel RNC, MOTOROLA Node B) 4. SAGEM + FUJITSU (Handset) 6. NOKIA + CISCO (IP Core network), 7. NOKIA + Interdigital (technology development relationship) 8. NORTEL + Matsushita/Panasonic + SAMSUNG 9. LUCENT (alone) 10. ERICSSON (alone) 11. CISCO+KPMG Cisco routeurs, KPMG consulting


38 3.5G 3.5G or HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) is an enhanced version and the next intermediate generation of 3G UMTS. It comprises the technologies that improve the Air Interface and increase the spectral efficiency, to support data rates of the order of 30 Mbps. 3.5G introduces many new features that will enhance the UMTS technology in future. 1xEV-DV already supports most of the features that will be provided in 3.5G. These include: Adaptive Modulation and Coding Fast Scheduling Backward compatibility with 3G Enhanced Air interface

4G: Anytime, Anywhere Connection:

39 4G: Anytime, Anywhere Connection Also known as ‘Mobile Broadband everywhere’ ‘MAGIC’ Mobile Multimedia Communication Anywhere, Anytime with Anyone Global Mobility Support Integrated Wireless Solution Customized Personal Service According to 4G Mobile Forum, by 2008 over $400 billion would be invested in 4G mobile projects. In India, communication Minister Mr. Dayanidhi Maran, has announced a national centre of excellence to work in 4G arena.

4G: Data rate Facts:

40 4G: Data rate Facts Transmission at 20 Mbps 2000 times faster than mobile data rates 10 times faster than top transmission rates planned in final build out of 3G broadband mobile 10-20 times faster than standard ADSL services. Companies developing 4G technology Cellular phone companies: Alcatel, Nortel, Motorola, IT Companies: Hughes,HP,LG Electronics



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