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LTE-A is short for LTE-Advanced is a follow-up to the evolution of LTE technology. LTE commonly known as 3.9G, indicating LTE and 4G technology indicators have been very close. Compared with the 4G LTE, in addition to the maximum bandwidth, uplink peak rates of the two indices slightly lower than 4G requirements, other technical indicators have reached the 4G standards. And will formally bring LTE 4G technology LTE-A's overall design is much more than the minimum needs of 4G. In June 2008, 3GPP LTE-A complete report of the technical requirements, proposed minimum requirements LTE-A: downlink peak rate of 1Gbps, uplink peak rates of 500Mbps, up and down the peak spectral efficiency, respectively 15Mbps/Hz and 30Mbps / Hz. These parameters have been much higher than the minimum technical requirements ITU indicators, has obvious advantages.
LTE Devices Today & Tomorrow Karthik Arumugam Director of Product Management Networks Business, Motorola Solutions Replace with 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas Company Logo Technology Advances A hard disk in 1956.... The Volume and Size of 5MB memory storage in 1956. In September 1956 IBM launched the 305 RAMAC, the first computer with a hard disk drive (HDD). The HDD weighed over a ton and stored 5MB of data. Imagine this in your “mobile device”… 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas Broadband Unleashed 24 hours of video uploaded every 2011 User Profiles minute on YouTube – Mar 2010 Road Warrior Urban Professional Laptop + Mobile Laptop + Mobile 82% of users watch online video APPS VoIP/Conference on Mobile Days / Mo 20 KB / Day Hrs /day 1 Kbps 64 KB / Mo 576,000 APPS Days / Mo KB / Day Hrs /day Kbps KB / Mo YouTube >27% of US Internet Traffic VoIP on Mobile Video Netmeeting when Out of Office Outlook (100 emails + 25 with attachments) 30 4 4 55000 0.1 0.5 65 500 87,750 450,000 220,000 VoIP on Mobile Video Outlook (20 emails + 5 with attachments) 30 4 11000 0.1 64 86,400 44,000 2.4GB/month Outlook (100 emails + 25 with attachments but only 5 attachments download) Communicator 30 4 16000 8 3 480,000 43,200 3.9GB/month Outlook (20 emails + 5 with attachments) Live Messenger (assuming it replaces SMS) 30 30 11000 10.0 3 330,000 405,000 Linked-In, profile update, video stream up and MySpace/Facebook, profile update, video stream 2 1 128 115,200 5 0.5 128 144,000 down up and down Competitor sites, News sites, etc… (Bursty traffic) 4 1 100 180,000 General Browsing, Music + News sites, etc… 10 0.5 100 225,000 Home recorded movie on hard drive set top box / Home recorded movie on hard drive set top box / Despite user-generated content, 2 2 1000 1,800,000 4 2.0 1000 3,600,000 Sling / Computer Sling / Computer 5.1GB/month 6GB/month Youtube, News clip 10 0.5 256 576,000 Youtube, News clip 10 0.3 256 345,600 Radio streaming and home stored music 10 1 128 576,000 Radio streaming and home stored music 15 1.0 128 864,000 Gbytes / Month 5.1 Gbytes / Month 6.0 traffic increasingly asymmetric ~1,200,000 Youtube Uploads / day 1 ~1,200,000,000 Youtube DL streams / day 2 1 College Student Typical Dr. Michael Wesch, Kansas State University Laptop + Mobile Mobile only 2 Calculated from comScore, March 4, 2009 Days KB / Hrs Days KB / Hrs Kbps KB / Mo Kbps KB / Mo APPS / Mo Day /day APPS / Mo Day /day 90% of all IP traffic will be Video by 2013 VoIP on Mobile 30 0.2 64 172,800 VoIP on Mobile 30 0.5 64 432,000 Video Video 64% of all Mobile IP traffic will be Video by Outlook (10 emails + 5 with attachments) 4.5GB/month Outlook (10 emails + 5 with attachments) 30 30 10500 10500 315,000 315,000 1.2GB/month Outlook (5 emails + 3 with attachments) 20 6250 125,000 2013 Live Messenger (assuming it replaces SMS) MySpace/Facebook, profile update, video stream up and down 30 10 10.0 0.3 3 128 405,000 172,800 General Browsing, Price check + News sites, General Browsing, Music + News sites, etc… 20 1.0 100 900,000 20 1.0 100 900,000 etc… Home recorded movie on hard drive set top box / 6 2.0 1000 5,400,000 Sling / Computer Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2008- 2013 11.1GB/month Youtube, News clip Radio streaming and home stored music 20 20 0.5 2.0 Gbytes / Month 256 128 1,152,000 2,304,000 11.1 2.7GB/month Youtube, News clip Radio streaming and home stored music 20 4 0.5 0.5 Gbytes / Month 256 128 1,152,000 115,200 2.7 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas LTE Momentum 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 4G per ITU IMT-Advanced 3GPP R10 definition Standards 3GPP R8 3GPP R9 Improved perf. + New features LTE-A Backward compatible with R8 NGMN Goals Standards Systems Ready Commercial Portugal LTE Spectrum Norway Finland Germany France Sweden Hong Netherlan UK Italy Auctions Kong ds Spain Austria Operator Trials Industry Traction Infrastructure Deployments First Dongles Mass Market Eco-System Chips Laptops First Handsets Handsets Commercial First Launch Commercial Commitment to LTE is driving infrastructure and chipset vendors to NGMN targets Over 40 operators aggressively moving forward with LTE in 2010 and 2011 TeliaSonera, MetroPCS, Verizon, Docomo, Tele2/Telenor, KDDI, CMCC, Zain… 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas LTE Device Evolution Data Devices first User-Experience Devices Mass-Market Devices Offload data-only subscriptions Develop handsets with experiences Lower-tier devices with less to cheaper LTE network leveraging mobile broadband aggressive features and functions Data cards and phones share Streaming video, music downloads, Extend reductions in operational common architecture social networking expenses that began with the launch Introduce VoIP and IMS of LTE Easier to design than mobile phones, potential trial vehicles Enable seamless handover of voice Broaden the number of handsets sessions between modalities capable of global voice roaming Various form factors were evaluated, USB identified as Large, high-resolution displays to view optimum choice downloaded/streaming content Other Category 3 LTE data rates Investigate trends and market High-quality imagers to produce user- opportunities for Mobile Internet generated content to be uploaded Devices (MIDs) Haptic-feedback and proprietary Better understand the market for gesture interface for superior LTE as a fixed-wireless broadband browsing alternative 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas LTE Device Ecosystem Timeline 2009 2010 2011 Chipsets Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 1H Single Band LTE Trials Commercial Multi Mode LTE & Trials Commercial 3GPP/2 Multi Mode LTE TDD & Trials FDD Devices ASIC Based Dual-Mode Hardware Intro FPGA Based ASIC Based Handsets & Engineering Single-Mode Applications Boards USB Devices Based Devices Dates shown based on earliest availability among vendors Motorola has assessed Engineering Sample 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas Major Features in 2011 • LTE • Home / Roam • Pre/R8 GERAN • GTP / PMIP Mobility • Pre/R8 UTRAN • IPv4 / IPv6 • HRPD • Inter/Intra MME • WiMAX • Inter/Intra SGW • Circuit-Switch Fallback (CSFB) • Single Radio Voice Call Continuity Voice • Voice over LTE via Generic Access • Over the Top 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas LTE Device Market Forecast 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas ABI Research LTE Devices Today USB Modems PC Cards Handsets (very limited) 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas LTE Devices Tomorrow Fixed Wireless Terminals Tablets Netbooks Consumer Electronics Mobile Hotspots Ultra-Mobile PC 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas The WiMAX Device Ecosystem A Vibrant Ecosystem Already Exists in WiMAX 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas Conclusion Broadband Devices Drive Data Explosion Evolved Broadband Devices Ecosystem exists TODAY Dongles and Embedded Devices will address initial demands and applications Multi-Mode, Multi-Technology and Legacy Support Next Motorola – Meeting Next Generation Challenges with BEST IN CLASS End-to-End Solutions 4G Technology Roadmap - Hosted by 4G Americas
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