BreezeACCESS 900 by jianglifang


									     BreezeACCESS 900
System Details and Advantages
    Top 5 Competitive Advantages of BreezeACCESS 900
       Uses customized frequency hopping enable use of the clearest
        channels and to avoid the noisiest.

       Only 900MHz solution that enables synchronization (local and
        global) for excellent co-location and frequency re-use.

       Available indoor antenna for reduced truck rolls.

       No “license” fees or other hidden costs per subscriber.

       Only BreezeACCESS offers the CX (cell extenders), including
        multiband options, to economically support even small pockets
        of customers.

    Top 5 Reasons Existing BreezeACCESS Operators
    should Add BreezeACCESS 900
        Capture revenue previously unreachable through the trees and
         increase revenue potential per cell -- Realize the full power of the
         Complete Spectrum™ Solution.

        Economically connect small pockets of customers using the CX
         macrocell/microcell architecture.

        Lowered OPEX by eliminating wasted “can’t connect” truck rolls.

        Shares menus and management of BreezeACCESS II and VL, so
         there is less learning curve – everything warranted under a single
         brand to further simplify OPEX.

        Hybrid digital modulation (HDM) provides for the most assured
         robust links for best system uptime/customer satisfaction.

    BreezeACCESS’s Mixed Spectrum Model
        The Total Opportunity Solution

                                                        • 1 solution, 1 platform, 1 management
                                                        • 4 unlicensed bands (“multiband
                                                        solution”) (and multiple licensed bands)
                                                        • Urban NLOS & foliage NLOS
           Large business/Campuses/MTUs
           5.7GHz OFDM NLOS
                                                        • Over 330MHz total available
           5.4GHZ OFDM NLOS
           125MHz available
           Over 216Mbps total capacity
                                                        • A band, bandwidth, and CPE for
                                                        every subscriber type

         SME/SOHO/Residential                           4
         2.4GHz LOS FHSS, 5.7GHz FHSS
         Over 308MHz available
         Up to 3Mbps/subscriber                     3                             Big backhaul
                                                                                  Up to 72Mbps
         Over 72Mbps total capacity
                                                                                  OFDM NLOS

                           Foliage obstructed
                           residential                           1
                           900MHz FHSS NLOS
                           26MHz available
                                                            Mobility / Fast
                           Up to 3Mbps/subscriber
                                                            2.4GHz / 900 MHz
                                                            Up to 3Mbps
4                                                           High-speed mobility
    900 MHz Product Specification Summary

       Unlicensed 900 MHz Operating Band
         •   FCC Hybrid Digital Modulation 902-928 MHz
         •   12 usable channels 904 - 926 MHz, 2 MHz hop steps
         •   Max EIRP 4W (36 dBm)

       Excellent System Sensitivity and RF Propagation
         • 3, 2 and 1Mbps @ -80, -86, -91 (double deviation)
         •   80% coverage vs. 60% coverage

       High RF Power Units
         •   AU 24 dBm / 25 w-filter
         •   SU 23 dBi (1 dB increment steps)

       Channel Definition
          Single Frequency or Hopping Mode

       System features like BreezeACCESS product family
         •   Best AU / WEP Authentication / DHCP / VLAN / Spectrum Analyzer
    How can I provide NLOS BWA ACCESS


          High Power CPE
    & Indoor or Outdoor Antenna

    Bill of Materials for SU-I-D-1D-900

           SU-I-1D-900 - Alvarion Part No. 890016
        (BA-II SU-I-1D form and features)

                •   Indoor 900 MHz Subscriber Unit Radio

                •   12” N-type female cable adapter

                     • Supports Standard N-type RF Cable

                •   110-240 VAC power supply

                • 10BaseT Ethernet port (1 data user)

    •   SU-M ( *900 MHz mobility)

            • Rugged trunk mountable unit / Automotive shock and vibration hardened
            (Operates 12 volt automotive electrical power / special connector)
    Indoor Window or Wall Mount Antenna
    UNI-7-900 - Alvarion Part No. 999437
     Frequency         902-928 Mhz
     Gain              7 dBi / net 6dBi w-cable
     Front to back     > 15 dB
     Cable Design      Bottom Corner Exit
     Cable Connector   10’ LMR-195 straight SMA
     H beam width      40˚
     V beam width      35 ˚
     Articulation      30˚ (+/- )
     Mount             Indoor V or H
                       Lt. weight Lexan center mt.
                       Suction cup or Wall mount     Customer Feedback – Works great!
     Holding Force     @ 10lb -30C to +55C
     Environmental     0C to +50C
                                                        0.75 mi Medium NLOS 1.2 Mbps
     Color             Neutral / Snowflake              1.00 mi Medium NLOS 1.0 Mbps
     Size (LxWxD)      7” x 7” x 1.25”                  0.25 mi Heavy NLOS 1.5 Mbps

     Outdoor Antenna / UNI-10-900 - Alvarion Part No.
                 Frequency range            902 - 928 MHz
                       GAIN, min.                   10 dBi
                     VSWR, max.                      1.5 : 1
                                             Azimuth: 60º
         3 dB Beam Width, typ.
                                            Elevation: 60º
                      Polarization   Vertical or Horizontal
          Side lobes Level, max.                     -18dB
          Cross Polarization, max.                   -14dB
                  F/B Ratio, max.                    -20dB
                 Input Impedance                  50 Ohms
               Input Power, max.                      10 W

         Mechanical and Environmental
             Dimensions (LxWxD)                      1’ x 1’
                           Weight                     1.5 Kg
                       Connector           N-Type Female
                         Radome        Plastic, UV Protected
                       Base Plate                Aluminium
                                            -45°c to +75°c
     Cell Extender Implementation
                     • CX installed at subscriber site with good LOS to WIPoP
                       and good LOS to potential customers obscured from
                       main WIPoP.
                     • Subscriber uses CX Ethernet port for local connection.
                     • CX also creates a microcell to redistribute bandwidth
                       from main WIPoP “around” LOS obstruction to capture
                       new subscribers.

                                         2.4 GHz filler product
                         Clear LOS


          2.4 GHz                  Pocket of
           Main                    potential
                                 customers but
                                LOS to WIPoP is
                                  obscured by
                                 nearby forest

     BreezeACCESS 900 MHz Cell Extender

        CX-BA 2.4 - BA900 NIC & ODU - Alvarion Part No. 890003
           •   2.4 GHz SU-A uplink transmission to BA-II base station
           •   TNC connector for 440 MHz IF coaxial cable to outdoor unit
           •    Weatherized local 10baseT Ethernet port connector
           •   ODU High power 24 dBm RF output power (EIRP 36 dBm)
           •   NIC rated -10˚C to +55˚C / Outdoor ODU rated -40˚C to +55˚C

        CX-VL 5.8 - BA900 NIC & ODU - Alvarion Part No. 890013
           •   5.8 GHz SU-A on uplink transmission to VL base station

        New CX Outdoor Enclosure (Network Interface Unit)
           • Same Nema rating specification but New look / New Part No.
           • CX-VL 5.8 - BA900 Shipping Jan. 2004
           • CX-BA 2.4 - BA900 to follow.

       Cell Extender 900 MHz Components
                                     CX-BA 2.4 - BA900 Radio Unit
                                     CX-VL 5.8 - BA900 Radio Unit

                                                      AU 900 MHz Radio Unit

                                                                    Weatherized Ethernet
                                                                   Connector for local service

                                                      Special Serial Monitor cable
                                                            uses RJ45 jack

     Interface Unit
                      To AC
                                   ½” Electrical
                               flex-conduit adapter
13                                                     NEMA Rated Outdoor Enclosure
     Unreachable 2.4 GHz CPE? Need more capacity!

             900 MHz only option


     BreezeACCESS AU Stand-Alone Base Station
        AU-E-NI-900 Stand-Alone NIC & ODU - Alvarion Part No. 890002

          •   Ideal for simple single sector cells (Omni-Antenna)
          •   Indoor-Outdoor architecture, TNC connector for 440 MHz IF to ODU
          •   ODU High power 24 dBm RF output power (EIRP 36 dBm)
          •   No output power loss associated with long RF cable run
          •   -40˚ C to +60˚C outdoor temperature rating
          •   Mounting hardware for tower or pole mount / 12V power supply
          •   Interchangeable with Alvarion BS-SH AU-E-BS900 NIC

        AU synchronization is not available

     How can I cover an entire city
     with the 900 MHz solution?

     Collision Probability for non-sync BA-900

                               Duty cycle is a major
                                factor in collisions

                        For 3 co-located AU’s with 12 hop
                           channels, the loss is 28.6%

                                       • LAB Test
                                  Sync TPUT 1.56 Mbps
                                   vs. Unsync 1.1 Mbps
         BreezeACCESS Multi-Sector Base Station Chassis

         BS-SH - Alvarion Part No. 858156
               •   19” Chassis 3RU rack mount
               •   Two -48 VDC or 120 VAC power supplies, hot swappable
               •   Back plane synchronization (enables Hop Timing Sync for local AU cards
               •   Supports 6 access NIC, 900 MHz / BA-II 2.4 GHz / VL 5.8 GHz
                       GU-A-BS for Hop Timing Synchronization & Alarms

         AU-E-BS-900 NIC & (ODU) - Alvarion Part No. 890011
               • 10BaseT NIC connection & RS-232 configuration port & cable
               • Power switch for radio ODU / hot swappable

               •   Outdoor Unit (ODU)
                     • High power 24 dBm RF output power (EIRP 36 dBm)
                     • -40˚ C to +55˚C outdoor temperature rating
                     • Mounting hardware for tower or pole mount
              GU-A-BS Hopping Synchronization Card
            GU-A-BS-900 - Alvarion Part No. 835653
            BS-SH Chassis Synchronization
              •   Indoor GPS NIC & outdoor global satellite receiver
              •   Cable for NIC to GPS receiver (GU-IOC-30m – 872771)
              •   Single Master hop clock for local and remote BS-SH
              •   Guarantee Maximum System Capacity                                        BS - GU
                                                                                    AL1   AL2     AL3     AL4

            Alarm System                                                           GPS
                                                                                                  AL5     AL6

                    • SNMP Controlled Alarms Management                    GPS

                    • (GPS receiver)
                                                                          ALARM                                   ALARM
                                                                        CONNECTOR                               CONNECTOR
                                                                           OUT                                      IN

                    • ALARM IN: 4 dry contact connections for
                      alarm-in indications from external devices

                      (Temperature, Power)

                    • AL OUT: 3 relay outputs to external devices
                      (Monitoring fan, Backup Power)
      Alvarion Certified 900 MHz AU Antennas
      Available OMNI Base Station Antenna
     (3rd party manufacturer channels)
          • Omni 12 dBi gain, 360˚/7˚, (NEW)
          V-polarization, DC ground, 11’,
          N-type / Antel Part No. BCD-80010

          • Omni 9 dBi gain; 360˚/17˚,
          V-polarization, DC ground,
          8’, N-type attached jumper cable
          / MAXRAD Part No. MFB9157

          •Omni 9 dBi gain; 360˚/18˚, (NEW)
          H-polarization, DC ground, 5’x1’x4”,
          N-type / Pacific Wireless Part No.
          ODH9-9 (

     Alvarion Certified 900 MHz AU Antennas
      Available   Sector Base Station Antenna
     (3rd   party manufacturer channels)
             • Sector 13 dBi gain @ 120˚,
             V-polarization, adjustable 60˚/90˚/120˚,
             DC ground, 48”x13”x8”,N-type /           Til-
             Tek Part No. TA-803 (

             • Sector 12 dBi gain @ 90˚,
             H/V-polarization, DC ground, 8”x13.5”x8”,
             N-type / Til-Tek Part No. TA-926VH-4-90

            •    Sector 120˚, 12 dBi gain, dual polarized
                    •   * pending - allows for best collocation (3m vs. 6m)

                                           900 MHz Range Table

              Base Station                               *NLOS                                          *NLOS
                Antenna                               (Heavy Trees)                                  (Medium Trees)
                9 dBi Omni                       0.5 mile /       * 1.0 mile                     2.3 miles /        * 4.6 mile
               10 dBi Panel                      0.6 mile /       * 1.2 mile                     2.4 miles /        * 4.8 mile
              13 dBi Sector                      0.75 mile / * 1.5 mile                          2.7 miles /        * 5.4 mile

        AU antenna below the tree height & SU antenna is ≤ 20 ft. above the ground

      * Increasing the height of the AU antenna greatly increases the 900 MHz system
     range. (e.g. AU antenna propagation down to SU vs. directly through trees)

            The above ranges and figures are from both calculated simulations and real field test data. Achievable ranges and co-location
           separation requirements will vary from area to area. This information is provided as a general guideline and is not to be used as a
         substitute to good engineering design practices, including the use of coverage modeling tools, site surveys, and drive/link testing. The
                                information above is subject to change and will be reflected in revisions to this document.

     Alvarion 900 MHz Spectrum Analyzer Utility
         Special firmware load / operates @ AU & SU

         Permits passive scanning of the band and measuring peak and
          average noise and modem false alarms

         Find best channel location for Clear Channel operation
            • Perform analysis in VPOL & HPOL

         Special graphical utility used to capture and display
            • Easy data analysis and reporting

         Operates in runtime & offline mode to view previously captured data

         SA utility is available for all BA GFSK models

     Graphical Display Identifies Clear Channel

      Max and
      Avg RSSI

     Clean / Clear

          Unsolicited Public Customer Testimonials
     “We have installed one already and have a customer on it. This stuff really is great. A mile
     away in thick trees standing on the ground we get a great signal. We are passing 1 meg at
     1 mile. We were able to do the install within the confines of a closed attic out of the
     elements. It configures quickly and easily too. We are very pleased.”

     R.Y., MI

     “I went to three locations from .75 miles to 1.5 miles from the tower. All three were locations
     that had been hounding me about wireless for 6-12 months. I had been out to those three
     locations with an SU-A, the best I could get was a wireless link, not useable at all. (My AU-
     900 is on the same tower as my AU-2.4). The results were great. There was absolutely
     NO LOS at any of the locations. At one location the trees were so bad that I could not even
     connect to a mini-pop with an AU-I that was 5-6 blocks away and 40 ft above the ground.
     At all locations I got useable signal on the 900 system, the worst location had a 500k
     download. I am very impressed with the performance. The flexible hopping afforded with
     the Alvarion 900 allows me to hop around interference that may be in the area. Alvarion
     has delivered... the Spectrum Analyzer function is great. Good Job Alvarion!”

     D.R., AL

                       Testimonials (cont.)
     “Mike C. did a side by side of the BA900 and the WaveRider. WaveRider went out to
     about 1/2 mile and the Alvarion went several miles. The paging transmitter was taking
     out the WaveRider even with the band pass filter. There was no filter on the
     Alvarion. Remember, you are dealing with five year old technology with the
     WaveRider. Plus, I really don't like having to put the radio on the ground and run
     Heliax or LMR1200 up to the antenna. Alvarion just did a better job of engineering.”

     J.H., Canada

     “My overall opinion of the Alvarion 900mhz gear is excellent. It will gain you coverage
     in areas that you don't have coverage right now. The ability to go to a lower cost CPE is
     real with the proper placement of the 900 MHz AU's on your network.”

     J.R., OH

     “We have a 6.7 mile link. The AU is at 90 feet and the client is in an enclosure on a 50
     foot tower. There are some trees on this install because we could not get 2.4 GHz to
     work, even with the tower. The RSSI is -83, error rate 11%, and throughput is
     consistently over 1 Meg.”

     L.T., LA

                         900 MHz Solution Highlights
        Leverages latest FCC rules to implement hybrid digital modulation
              Allows operator to customize the exact frequencies identified via Alvarion
               advanced spectrum analyzer utility

        Same advanced BreezeACCESS features for effective, efficient operation

        Excellent sensitivity for best “through the trees” operation

        Full Product Family, BS-SH, Stand-Alone, CX, SU

        Low cost CPE solution with multiple high performance antenna
           • Indoor antenna window & wall mount / Outdoor antenna

        Flexible AU coverage options using high performance Sector / Omni antenna

        AU Synchronized Operation (BS-SH Backplane / GU-A-BS-900 NIC & ODU)

     Base Station Collation
        Clear Channel
      AU Synchronization

                          Clear Channel / US vs. DSSS
        Interference
     (Inoperable or < Effective TPUT)
             • High Power Paging
             • Utilities Company
             • 900 MHz Operator

        Clear (2 & 6 MHz Contiguous)

        DSSS deployments
             • Use at least 5.5MHz
             channel spacing

        FH diversity (2 MHz)
             • Diverse hop pattern
             • Impaired vs. inoperable
              Synchronization

      Overview of Benefits of Synchronization

     Due to the small size of the band, and the fact that it is highly utilized,
     the actual number of usable hop channels my be anywhere from 3 to 9

     The collision probability for an unsynchronized BA 900 network using
     even the maximum of 12 hop channels is greater than 6 times that of
     BA-II 2.4 GHz (12 vs. 78). To keep from sacrificing capacity, the
     network must be synchronized

                Sectorized: Un-synchronized Configurations

      Create 3 sub-bands, one per AU (no interference between sectors)

            •   3 Ch (904, 906, 908 / 913, 915, 917 / 922, 924, 926 @ 5 MHz)
            •   Freq reuse high dependent on terrain, antenna height, cell to cell separation
            •   No Best AU / Manually configure channel plan

        Create 1 hop band, same per AU (each AU unique shift sequence - 0,2,4 ..)

            •   Maximum system capacity will be reduced by 28% due to non-synchronization
            •   Freq reuse high dependent on terrain, antenna height, cell to cell separation

                 Sectorized: Synchronized Configuration
        Create 1 hop band, same per AU (each AU unique shift sequence - 0,2,4 .)

        Synchronize 900 AU network with BS-SH (Backplane / GU-A-BS)
              Maximum system capacity will be maintained due to synchronization
              Minimum base station antenna separation must be meet

        Synchronization allows for planned frequency reuse

     (Note for unsynchronized sectors reusing the same shift sequence on adjacent cells
     can increase the collision probability and further reduce the system capacity)

     Synchronized Configuration continued
      Adjacent cells use shifts 6, 8, & 10. The second order adjacent cells use the
      odd number shifts

       All sectors on the same polarity may increase the C/I, depending on terrain
      and antenna heights, alternating polarity will maximize interference rejection

     Omni: Un-synchronized Configuration
         Realistically, an omni network should be limited to 3 AU’s, where the
          collision probability is limited to 28% (poor collocation)

         Omni: Synchronized Configuration
         Need a BS-SH for each single cell AU & Omni antenna (increase cost)
         Maximum system capacity will be maintained due to synchronization
         Each cell must be separated by > 0.3 miles
         Frequency reuse of shifts is not possible without causing collisions and
          antenna separation distance is up to 10 miles

         Note careful cell planning is required when using Omni
          directional antenna for large network deployments
         Total number Omni antenna deployed for a given area is limited
               Synchronization Benefit Summary

        Synchronization provides up to 30% more capacity, meaning that even
         in areas with few available channels, use of sync will maximize capacity

        Sectorization will provide the best, most predictable performance

        Synchronization, combined with the hybrid digital modulation, provides
         the most effective interference mitigation of any 900MHz solution

        Using the same hop sequence throughout the network will simplify
         provisioning and allow the “Best AU” feature to be used

                     900 MHz Road Map

      Version 4.5 – Q1 2004

        •   Version 4.5 provides the subscriber unit with capability of auto
            learning an AU sectors operating channel configuration

        •   During SU initial deployment the SU will adapt to a given AU’s
            (clear channel) configuration and join the cell for access services

        •   Greatly simplifies SU provisioning

        •   Benefits fixed wireless or mobile applications
              Alvarion Partner for Mobility Projects (including SU-M)

                   Thank You
     Please direct questions to or
                      call us at (800) 452-6247.


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