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  • 4G LONG TERM EVOLUTION (LTE)( )Kristin OelkePeter Granstrom

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    Peter GranstromTodd Pressley

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  • Oceus Networks At-A-Glance

    Through an exclusive relationship Ericsson and other best-of-breed technology companies Oceus Networks designs builds and operatestechnology companies, Oceus Networks designs, builds and operates communications networks.

    The only integrator to implement innovative solutions to the U.S. y g pFederal market from Ericsson, the worldwide leader in 2G, 3G and 4G mobile technologies.

    L E i l $5 billi h d d l t Leverages Ericssons annual $5 billion research and development investment to help its government customers quickly and cost-effectively utilize emerging communications capabilities.

    U.S. owned entity.

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  • 4G LONG TERM EVOLUTION (LTE)( )

    Presented by:

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    Peter Granstrom and Todd Pressley

  • Agenda

    Main commercial trends and benefits Architecture 3G and 4G Benefits for government agencies

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    4G LTE well suited to the government needs5

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    4G LTE MAJOR TRENDS AND BENEFITS IN THE COMMERCIAL SPACE

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    IN THE COMMERCIAL SPACE

  • Industry Vision: 50 Billion Devices 2020

    E hi h b d ill b d

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    Everything that can be connected will be connected

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  • Commercial Evolution General Roadmap

    LTE Advanced

    HSPA E l ti

    4G/LTE

    LTEAdvanced

    3G3G/HSPA

    HSPAEvolution

    Max speeds. Average user rate is operator and frequency band specific

    384 kbps 3.6 Mbps21/28/42Mbps

    ~150 MbpsPeakrate

    7/14Mbps 1Gbps

    Target

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    2002 2005 20082009 20102007 2014

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    4G LTE is the evolution to 1 Gbps8

  • GLOBAL LTE Commitments steadily increasing

    180 operators are investing in LTE p g

    128 LTE network commitments and 52 additional pre-commitment trials ongoing

    17 commercial networks launched to date 64 17 commercial networks launched to date, 64 commercial networks expected by end-2012

    Economies of scale increases innovation and decreases costSource:GlobalmobileSuppliersAssociation(GSA),January12,2011

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    Economies of scale increases innovation and decreases cost

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  • LTE Commercial contractsBy OPERATOR SIZE; excluding smaller contracts

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    Leverage industry leaders experience and expertise

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  • LTE Devices

    Industry LTE devices ecosystem is rapidly emerging S LTE d i il bl th h i l t t d Some LTE devices are available through commercial operators today

    By 2013/2014 the annual sales of 4G/LTE phones is expected to match 3G levels 3G devices today include cameras as well as aircards and laptops

    LTE devices are expected to follow the proliferation 3G devices and expand into new types of devices and expand into new types of devices

    Smart devices are replacing PCs as the input and viewing device, much like the PC replaced the mainframe

    iOS and Android filling common niche, Android predicted to surpass iOS in 2013 Upgrades every 6-18 months

    O th t 1G b k On path to 1Gpbs peak

    Recent GSA report (1/12/2011) confirms that a LTE devices eco system is emerging

    98 LTE devices have been announced to date USB Modems, Phones, Air cards, M-Tablets, Note books, Modules, Routers

    R d t d l 4G LTE l ti t d

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    Ready to deploy 4G LTE solutions today

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  • ARCHITECTURE

  • 3G Architecture (3GPP)

    Evolution of GSM (2G) mobile network

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    PSTNPDNmobile network

    Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA) & High Speed Packet A (HSPA)

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    MGWGSN

    Access (HSPA) Improved data rates by

    re-architecting RAN Reuse 2G core

    MSCHLR AuC

    RNC

    Core

    RAN CS voice PS data up to 5.8 Mbps

    UL and 28 Mbps DL Connection latency 2 s to NB NB NB

    RNC RAN

    Connection latency 2 s to 500 ms

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    Yesterdays baseline Not where we need to be13

  • 4G LTE Architecture (3GPP)

    Long Term Evolution (LTE) Opportunity to re engineer system Opportunity to re-engineer system

    All services are data All data is IP, packet switched 48 Mbps UL / 143 Mbps DL (1 Gbps by

    2014)Connection latency < 20 ms

    PSTNPDN IPdataflowsdirectlyfromRANtoservers Connection latency < 20 ms

    Circuit switched support is not included in core

    Services are plug-ins Voice over IP (VoIP)

    HSS

    MGW

    IMS HLRAuC

    CPGservers

    App Store Sensors Push to Talk

    Variable spectrum use from 1.4 to 20 MHz bandwidth eNB eNB eNB

    MMECore

    RANba d d Support for both FDD and TDD

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    eNB eNB eNB

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    4G LTE provides increased broadband capabilities

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  • LTE FDD & TDD Frequency Allocations

    FDD Band Identifier Uplink Downlink Regions

    1 IMT Core Band 1920 1980 2110 2170 EU, Japan, Asia

    2 PCS 1900 1850 1910 1930 1990 Americas

    3 GSM 1800 1710 1785 1805 1880 Finland HK Germany

    TDD Band

    Identifier Uplink/Downlink Regions

    33 TDD 2000 1900-1920

    34 TDD 2000 2010-20253 GSM 1800 1710 1785 1805 1880 Finland, HK, Germany

    4 AWS 1710 1755 2110 2155 Americas

    5 Cellular 850, UMTS 850

    824-849 869-894 Americas

    6 UMTS800 830-840 875-885 Japan

    7 IMT Extension 2500 2570 2620 2690 EU

    35 TDD 1900 1850-1910

    36 TDD 1900 1930-1990

    37 PCS Center Gap 1910-1930

    38 IMT Extension Center Gap

    2570-2620 EU

    7 IMT Extension 2500 2570 2620 2690 EU

    8 GSM 900 880 915 925 960 EU, Latin America

    9 UMTS1700 1749.9-1784.9 1844.9-1879.9 Japan, North America

    10 3G Americas 1710-1770 2110-2170 South America

    11 1500 (Japan #1) 1427.9-1452.9 1475.9-1500.9 Japan

    39 China TDD 1880-1920

    40 IMT-2000 2300-2400

    41 3400-3600 China, India

    12 US 700 698 716 728 746 US

    13 US 700 777 787 746 756 US (C, Verizon)

    14 US 700 788 798 758 768 US (D)

    17 US 700 704 716 734 746 US (B, AT&T)

    18 850 815-830 860-875 Japan

    4G LTE t ti l d l t ti

    19 850 832-862 875-890 Japan

    20 Digital Dividend 832 - 862 791 821 EU

    21 1500 (Japan #2) 1447.9-1462.9 1495.5-1510.9 Japan

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    4G LTE supports many operational deployment options

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  • 4G LTE BENEFITS FOR GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

  • Enabler of mobile broadband applications

    Sensors OperationalPictureDatabases Positioning Surveillance Biometrics

    LTEBroadbandNetwork

    CommandOutPostTacticalOpsCenter OnTheHaltForwardDeployed

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    LTE solving mission critical needs17

  • Government Agency Considerations

    Augment existing services with broadband Cost-effective use of commercial technology and smart

    phones Transfer data in a secure manner

    V hi h d ( 100Mb ) d l l t Very high speeds (> 100Mbps) and low latency Support for a multitude of frequency bands (FDD & TDD) Easy selection of frequencies in the field to support missions

    in a certain co ntr /regionin a certain country/region Compact and portable configurations Rapidly deployable

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    Delivering data to your devices18

  • Benefits for Government Agencies

    Leverage commercial technology and economy of g gy yscale

    Enable capacity demanding field applications to transfer large amount of data in a secure mannertransfer large amount of data in a secure manner (ISR, Video, Biometrics, etc)

    Key component of tactical solutionsP id bil b db d i kl i h Provide mobile broadband quickly in areas where no suitable network exists

    Compact, portable, rapidly deployable and easy to p , p , p y p y yoperate

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    4G LTE technology addresses mission needs19

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