UMTS - UMTS Networks and Techniques Dr. Roshdy H.M. Hafez

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1 UMTS Networks and Techniques UMTS Networks and Techniques 2 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 Dr. Roshdy H.M. Hafez Dr. Roshdy H.M. Hafez hafez@sce.carleton.ca hafez@sce.carleton.ca 613 -520 520 -5731 5731
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2 3 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 Section 1 Introduction Section 2 From GSM to UMTS Section 3 UTRAN (with WCDMA) Section 4 High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) Section 5 Advanced Receiver (MIMO) Section 6 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Section 7 MBMS Section 8 WiFi & WiMax Section 9 UMTS Services Section 10 QoS in UMTS Section 11 Future Trends Course Outline 4 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 S e c tio n 1 I t r o d u i
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3 5 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 ± Different Classes of Wireless ± Technology Limitations ± Recent Statistics about UMTS ± The Radio Spectrum ± Industrial Forums and Standards ± What is UMTS ? 1. Introduction 6 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 Wireless Rates and Applications 10 kbps 100 kbps 1 Mbps 10 Mbps 100 Mbps 1Gbps WiFi Fixed Wireless Access 3G 2.5 G 2 G MSAT Direct to Home Satellite Broadband Wideband Narrow V o ic e L w R a t D i d C n f r c H g h S p I B s in O m u l PERSONAL Wireless HSDPA 1X-DO WiMax
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4 7 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 MMDS LMDS 802.16 134 Mbps 802.16e 70 Mbps 802.11a 54 Mbps 802.11b,g 11/54 Mbps 3G: (IP) HSDPA/1X-DO 10.8/2.4 Mbps 3G: WCDMA/CDMA2000 2 Mbps 2.5G: GPRS/1X 144 kbps 2G: GSM/CDMA/NA-TDMA 14.4 kbps 66 GHz 38 GHz 11 GHz 10 GHz 5 GHz 2.4 GHz 2 GHz 1 GHz Wireless Standards & Data Rates 8 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 ± Battery Technologies: (serious limitation for hand-held terminals) ± Size and Distance: (Small terminals cannot communicate over long distances) ± Data Rate and Distance: (The data rate drops as the distance increases) ± Mobility and Radio Coverage: (Mobility requires wide coverage which reduces the data rate) ± Cheap terminals requires complex infra-structure Technology Limitations
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5 9 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 The Radio Spectrum 300kHz 3MHz 30MHz 300MHz 3GHz 30GHz 300GHz MF HF VHF UHF SHF EHF AM/FM/TV Broadcast Cellular/PCS & 3G Unlicensed Bands Fixed Wireless 10 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 Who Control The Radio Spectrum? ITU WRC International Frequency Allocation FCC Industry Canada National Frequency Allocation Bi-Lateral Coordination Regions National Frequency Allocation
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6 11 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 UMTS Spectrum Allocation Future 3G GSM PCS 3G MSS Cellular DECT ITU Europe China Japan North America Brazil 800 MHz 1GHz 1.7 2.25 2.5 2.7 12 UMTS Networks and Techniques © Copyright R. H. M. Hafez 1996-2006 ± More than 75 WCDMA networks in 35 countries ± More than 130 licenses awarded in 45 countries ± More than 33 million customers using UMTS (August 2005) ± WCDMA (UMTS 3G technology) surpassed the 1X-DO (Cdma2000 3G technology) by a margin of 2:1 (August 2005) Some Recent UMTS Statistics* * Source: B. E. Fernandes: “Market Trends and Insights of Future Mobile Services Evolution and Impact”. IV Forum Telecom. September 27, 2005
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UMTS - UMTS Networks and Techniques Dr. Roshdy H.M. Hafez

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