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  • 1. 5G Research Point of View Base Station Conference 2013 Oct 1st 2013, London Dr Shahram G Niri General Manager, 5GIC (5G Innovation Centre) CCSR, University of Surrey

2. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the author / presenter and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the CCSR or 5GIC. 3. Introduction to CCSR & 5GIC CCSR: Centre for Communication Systems Research Established 15 years ago, a leading international communications research centre based at the University of Surrey Europes largest academic research group in mobile communications technology Over 160 research active personnel and research income of over 100m to date 3 Photo for illustration purpose only 5GIC: 5G Innovation Center A successful funding bid made by the University of Surrey to the UK Research Partnership Investment Fund (UKRPIF) Supported by additional contributions from a consortium of enthusiastic and forwarding-thinking operators, infrastructure and solution providers (Founding Members) Will provide research and business engagement opportunities for multinational companies and SME 4. Broadband/Mobile Broadband the 4th Utility Blurring boundaries and convergence of telecommunication, information, broadcasting, media and publishing technologies Services grow in diversity and richness of content - personalization, adaptation and video addiction Hyper Connectivity- More powerful and enabled devices connected - Changes on the shape, size, capability and price Ubiquitous ultra broadband high quality and affordable communications (internet on the move) essential to the functioning of modern life & society Spectrum the blood line of mobile communication, finite resource, scarce & expensive Sustainability of mobile broadband business, ever increasing traffic, high TCO and flattening ARPU Mobile Broadband Outlook Telecommunication at the heart of several industries Transport, Utility, Education, Health & Commerce 4 + 5. Why 5G Growing Population Hyper Connectivity Limited Resources 5G Spectral Efficiency Spectrum Base Station Density Advanced Technologies X X Higher Capacity Green Technology Cost Efficiency Area Spectral Efficiency 5 Communication network to improve in intelligence, efficiency , flexibility, automation, resilience, speed, latency, security, privacy, Policies , delivery cost and business models Quality of Experience 6. Modest increase in number of devices and usage Population density: Case F: UK mean Case D: UK Peak Case C: Office Case A: Inner London business Traffic growth: ~70% CAGR In 2020 depending on the environment traffic per km2 (1.5 to 60 Gb/s/km2) UK needs ~ 15 - 20 x capacity (2013-2020) If traffic doubles every year then up to 4000 time traffic (2013-2025) UK Traffic Prediction - 2020 5G will need to be designed not for 2020 but for 2030 capacity ! 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 70.00 80.00 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Gb/s/km2 Traffic growth for cases A-F Traffic - Case A Traffic - Case C Traffic - Case D Traffic - Case F 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Gb/s/km2 Traffic growth for cases A-F (with WiFi off-load) Traffic - Case A Traffic - Case C Traffic - Case D Traffic - Case F 6 7. New air interface Spectrum & radio frequency, millimetre wave New NW architecture Intelligent & adaptive network enough data rate to give Infinite capacity perception for the user Quality of Experience Device 2 device Rethinking spectrum allocation, Spectrum sharing, reframing Licensed &unlicensed operation Integrated NW & services (Mobile+ Broadcast/Multicast) Lowering TCO (cost per bit / km2) Increasing life time of the products (delivering technology through SW) Network sharing Utility type operation 5G Challenges & Changes 7 In addition to technology we need revisit some of the fundamental aspects of the telecom policies and business models 8. 1980S 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 1G Voice Digital Data/PS Full IP Analogue 4G (LTE) 2010 Architecture Efficiency 300 Mb/s 5G 2020 (?) Spectral efficiency Environment Friendly Capacity Cost effectiveness QoE Rel 99 W-CDMA Rel 8 LTE 2G (GSM) 1990 Mobility Roaming 9.6 Kb/s 2.5G GPRS 100 Kb/s 3.5G HSPA 42 Mb/s LTE-A 1 Gb/s 3G (UMTS) 2003 Multi-media 2 Mb/s Efficiency X10 X200 ~ X 4k ~ X30 K ~ X100 k (?) Rel x Technology & Standards Evolution Cellular standards are quick to arrive and slow to leave 8 to 10 years between major new standards Average of 20 years from std to peak deployment 4G ramp up began around 2011 LTE now fastest growing mobile tech ever in rollout terms GSA 5G is expected to be event faster Next generation global standard around 2020 8 Data rate increase 9. New Air Interface (Small Cells) New waveforms New duplexing New MAC Higher order modulation Multi-cell cooperation Interference cancelation / utilization Massive MIMO / Distributed MIMO Radio Frequency Millimeter wave New licensing regime Licensed & unlicensed band operation Spectrum sharing Indoor-Outdoor operation Cognitive radio and network Opportunistic & adaptive use of resources Spectrum sensing Automated networks/ Plug & play Lower and smarter use of energy Mixed Cell & Het-Net management Centralized RAN / Cloud RAN SW Defined Radio (SDR) & Networks (SDN) Separation of data & control planes Integrated NW (Mobile+ broadcast/multicast) Network sharing High Level Research Challenges For 5G New NW Architecture The gap between anticipated traffic & available capacity is significant - We will need to look at every possible technology enhancements Intelligent & Adaptive Networks 10. 2G 3G 4G 5G (?) Time Frame Standards 1990s 4+ STDs 2000s 2 STDs 2010s 1 STD 2020s (?) Commercialisation 1991-1995 2001-2004 2009-2012 2020-2023 Technology Air Interface (Radio) GSM Digital, Mobility UMTS Multi media LTE Full IP (?) - Spectral Efficiency / Area spectral efficiency Multiple access Carrier bandwidth RT Delay Spectral efficiency TDMA 124 KHz 150 ms - WCDMA 5 MHz 50 ms 0.5-2 b/Hz/Cell OFDMA&CS-OFDM 20 ->100 MHz 10 ms 4 8 / 10 b/Hz/cell Small Cell / High frequency 100 Mhz -> higher 0.1-1 ms 10+ b/Hz/cell -> 50 Mb/s/km2 Data rate 9.6 - 100 kb/s -> GPRS 2 - 42 / 100 Mb/s -> HSPA+ & MC 300 Mb/s - 1 Gb/s -> LTE-A 10 100 Gb/s Asymmetric & balanced UL/DL Transport TDM Copper & MW TDM/ATM Copper & MW IP/MPLS Fiber & MW IP/MPLS Fiber, MW & mmW Core NW CS Core CS and PS core All PS (Flat IP) SDN Service Types Voice /SMS Voice & Data/MMS IP Voice & Data IP Voice & Data (HD, 3D, ) TV (Broadcast & Multicast), D2D Economics BSS cost High SDR Service Pricing Voice and SMS Usage based Usage based -> Unlimited/Capped Unlimited/Capped OTT, Cloud Free voice(?), Unlimited/Capped Policy Spectrum L band Licenced operation L band Licenced operation L & S band Licenced operation Millimetre band (C, K, E, .) Licensed & unlicensed operation Spectrum sharing Overview - From 2G to 5G What would the big leap, i.e. spectral efficiency, date rate, quality, cost, others? 11. Field Trials 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020+ Commercial Development & Testing 5G Research 5G Standard & Development Roadmap Prediction! 3G: Started in 1989, standards in 1999, commercial system in 2001-2003 4G: Started in 2000, standards in 2008, commercial in 2010-2011 5G: Already started, standards in 2017+, commercial in 2020 Standardisation Industry Rel. 12 WRC 15 5G Ever increasing demand for capacity in conjunction with the limited spectrum availability will drive and speed up the 5G standardisation activities 11 12. Thank You