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Huawei GU900 Refarming Solution Overview
Huawei GU900 Refarming
Solution Overview

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Huawei GU900 Refarming Solution Overview HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. www.huawei.com
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CONTENTS

1.

Spectrum Usage

2.

Huawei Product portfolio

3.

Site solution overview

4.

Huawei Refarming Roadmap

5.

Huawei Refarming Cases

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GU 3.8M/4.2M/5M Refarming Policy for Operator

Spectrum

   

Bandwidth

Recommendation

Notice

 

UMTS 5MHz or UMTS

If consider HSPA+ evolution, better to use U5.0MHz solution;

>=7.4MHz

4.2MHz

6.6MHz~7.2MHz

UMTS 4.2MHz

Continuous coverage(GSM 4*3) supported;

   

Suggest to deploy in rural area;

6MHz~6.4MHz

U3.8MHz

Continuous coverage supported with multi RRU sharing one cell feature;

No gain from evolving to HSPA+;

   

No GSM continuous coverage;

5MHz~5.8MHz

U3.8MHz

compared to U4.2MHz, U3.8 can increase the GSM 20% coverage

No gain from evolving to HSPA+;

<5M

No Refarming

Because UE TX BW is 5MHz, can’t deploy UMTS network

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from evolving to HSPA+; <5M No Refarming  Because UE TX BW is 5MHz, can’t deploy

Huawei Flexible GU Refarming Solution

2.6MHz 2.2MHz 2.0MHz GSM GSM GSM 4.2MHz 3.8MHz GSM UMTS 5.0MHz
2.6MHz
2.2MHz
2.0MHz
GSM
GSM
GSM
4.2MHz
3.8MHz
GSM
UMTS 5.0MHz

Commercial deployed : 2007 in Optus Australia, 2010 in SFR France

Field proved in Poland in 2011

Australia, 2010 in SFR France Field proved in Poland in 2011 Configurable Bandwidth of UMTS carrier

Configurable Bandwidth of UMTS carrier

Flexible Between 3.8MHz, 4.2MHz, and 5MHz for both downlink and uplink

Efficiently suitable for 900 frequency band

UMTS 4.2MHz , U3.8MHz solution field proved

New UMTS Service/Carrier with only 3.8 MHz bandwith

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band  UMTS 4.2MHz , U3.8MHz solution field proved  New UMTS Service/Carrier with only 3.8

Huawei Product portfolio

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Huawei base station for GU900 - overview

Huawei base station for GU900 - overview Item Specification Size 1600 x 600 x 450 mm
Item Specification Size 1600 x 600 x 450 mm Weight <100kg (Empty) Weight (Full) 12RFU
Item
Specification
Size
1600 x 600 x 450 mm
Weight
<100kg
(Empty)
Weight
(Full)
12RFU full configuration ≤
250 kg
Capacity
72TRX (S24/S24/S24)
(GSM)
Capacity
24 Cells/12 Cells
(UL)
Capacity
36TRX + 24 Cells
(GU)
Capacity
36TRX + 12 Cells
(GL)

BTS3900LIndoor

12 Cells (GL) B T S 3 9 0 0 L - I n d o
Item Specification Size 1400 x 600 x 480 mm Weight RFC 58kg, APM30 65kg (Empty)
Item
Specification
Size
1400 x 600 x 480 mm
Weight
RFC 58kg, APM30 65kg
(Empty)
Weight
(Full)
6RFU full configuration ≤
118 kg
Capacity
36TRX (S24/S24/S24)
(GSM)
Capacity
24 Cells/12 Cells
(UL)
Capacity
36TRX + 24 Cells
(GU)
Capacity
36TRX + 12 Cells
(GL)

BTS3900AOutdoor

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36TRX + 24 Cells (GU) Capacity 36TRX + 12 Cells (GL) BTS3900A - Outdoor Page 6

RRU

19inch 310mm
19inch
310mm

BBU

DBS3900

2U

36TRX + 24 Cells (GU) Capacity 36TRX + 12 Cells (GL) BTS3900A - Outdoor Page 6

Boards for BBU3900

Boards for BBU3900 WMPT ( UMTS Main Processing & Transmission Board ) Huge signaling capacity Hardware
Boards for BBU3900 WMPT ( UMTS Main Processing & Transmission Board ) Huge signaling capacity Hardware

WMPTUMTS Main Processing & Transmission Board

Huge signaling capacityWMPT ( UMTS Main Processing & Transmission Board ) Hardware ready for IPv6 WBBPd (WCDMA Baseband

Hardware ready for IPv6& Transmission Board ) Huge signaling capacity WBBPd (WCDMA Baseband Processing Unit) BBU3900 supports

Board ) Huge signaling capacity Hardware ready for IPv6 WBBPd (WCDMA Baseband Processing Unit) BBU3900 supports

WBBPd (WCDMA Baseband Processing Unit)

BBU3900 supports 3072/3072 CE for UL/DLready for IPv6 WBBPd (WCDMA Baseband Processing Unit) 6 MIMO Cells per board, better evolution for

6 MIMO Cells per board, better evolution for HSPA+Processing Unit) BBU3900 supports 3072/3072 CE for UL/DL Offered     Cards   Description

Offered

   

Cards

 

Description

 

Specification

WBBPd2

WCDMA Baseband Processing Unit

6 cells, 384 CE UL/384 CE DL, 90 codes 6 CPRI ports

WMPT

WCDMA Main Processing

4

E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical

&

Transmission Unit

port, 1 FE optical port

     

72 TRx

GTMU

 

GSM Main

Control Unit

4

E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port

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  72 TRx GTMU   GSM Main Control Unit 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1

Huawei SDR Product MRFU

MRFU Solution (1 MRFU = GSM900 + UMTS900 mode)

GSM900

BTS3900

GSM900 BTS3900 GSM900 GSM900 Modernization With SDR Module

GSM900

GSM900 Modernization With SDR Module

UMTS900 Rollout

Add UMTS Card

GU900 G G G G G G New-add: 3G / / / / / /
GU900
G
G
G
G
G
G
New-add: 3G
/
/
/
/
/
/
900M
U
U
U
U
U
U
G+U 900
UMTS900 Switch on
 Max. 1*80W output power in one MRFU module  6 Carriers for GSM only,
 Max. 1*80W output power in one MRFU module
 6 Carriers for GSM only, 4 Carriers for UMTS only

Software upgrade to UMTS900

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power in one MRFU module  6 Carriers for GSM only, 4 Carriers for UMTS only

Huawei SDR Product RRU3908

RRU3908 Solution (1 RRU = GSM900 + UMTS900 modes)

GSM900

RRU3908

GSM900 RRU3908 BBU3900 GSM900 GSM900 Modernization With SDR Module
GSM900 RRU3908 BBU3900 GSM900 GSM900 Modernization With SDR Module

BBU3900

GSM900

GSM900 Modernization With SDR Module

UMTS900 Rollout

SDR

Add UMTS Card

Multi mode (GSM/UMTS) supported simultaneously in one module.

The specifications of RRU3908 are fully Compliant with ETSI.

GU900

GU900 BBU3900 G+U 900 UMTS900 Switch on
GU900 BBU3900 G+U 900 UMTS900 Switch on

BBU3900

G+U 900

UMTS900 Switch on

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 The specifications of RRU3908 are fully Compliant with ETSI. GU900 BBU3900 G+U 900 UMTS900 Switch

New RF modules in SRAN6.0 for Easy Refarming

• GSM • UMTS MRFUd MRFUe RRU3929 RRU3928 WRFUd RRU3829 RRU3828 • LTE Multi-Mode MIMO
• GSM
• UMTS
MRFUd
MRFUe
RRU3929
RRU3928
WRFUd
RRU3829
RRU3828
• LTE
Multi-Mode
MIMO
High Output Power
2009
2007
2008
Full Bandwidth
GSM + LTE
GSM
SDR
with 2*2MIMO
TX A
TX
B
Software
upgrade
LTE
GSM
LTE
+
GSM
2x2 MIMO
CEPT proved
New Superior RF modules in SRAN6.0 crafted for easy Refarming & smooth migrating to LTE
New Superior RF modules in SRAN6.0 crafted for easy Refarming & smooth migrating to LTE in MBB era !

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proved New Superior RF modules in SRAN6.0 crafted for easy Refarming & smooth migrating to LTE

New RF Unit MIMO and High Output Power

New RF Unit – MIMO and High Output Power MRFU * 35M bandwidth * 1T2R *
MRFU * 35M bandwidth * 1T2R * 1*80W * 900M/1800M * SRAN3.0 MRFUd * 30M
MRFU
* 35M bandwidth
* 1T2R
* 1*80W
* 900M/1800M
* SRAN3.0
MRFUd
* 30M bandwidth
* 2T2R, MIMO
* 2*80W
* 900M/1800M
* SRAN6.0

MRFUe

* 30M Bandwidth

* Large output power

* 900M/1800M

* 1T2R, 1*125W * SRAN6.0 WRFUd

* 40M Bandwidth

* 2T2R

* 2*60W

* 2100M

* SRAN 5.0

RRU3908 * 20M Bandwidth * 900M/1800M * 2T2R, 2*40W * SRAN3.0 RRU3928 * 30M Bandwidth
RRU3908
* 20M Bandwidth
* 900M/1800M
* 2T2R, 2*40W
* SRAN3.0
RRU3928
* 30M Bandwidth
* 900M/1800M
* 2T2R, 2*40W
* Small, 12L only
* SRAN6.0
RRU3929 * 30M Bandwidth * 900M/1800M * 2T2R, 2*60W * SRAN6.0 RRU3926 * 40M Bandwidth
RRU3929
* 30M Bandwidth
* 900M/1800M
* 2T2R, 2*60W
* SRAN6.0
RRU3926
* 40M Bandwidth
* 900/1800M
* 1T2R, 1*80W
* SRAN7.0

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Bandwidth * 900M/1800M * 2T2R, 2*60W * SRAN6.0 RRU3926 * 40M Bandwidth * 900/1800M * 1T2R,

Version mapping between cabinets and new RF modules

Cabinet Type

Cabinet Version

MRFU

MRFUd

MRFUe

BTS3900

Ver. B

Supported

Not supported

Not supported

Ver. C

Supported

Supported

Supported

BTS3900L

Ver. B

Supported

Not supported

Not supported

Ver. C

Supported

Supported

Supported

BTS3900A

Ver. B

Supported

Not supported

Not supported

Ver. C

Supported

Supported

Supported

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RF Unit

Baseband Unit

Evolution Flexibility:

R F U n i t Baseband Unit Evolution Flexibility: Multi-Mode SDR, Ready for Evolution to

Multi-Mode SDR, Ready for Evolution to LTE

RF Hardware Ready for G/U/L, minimize evolution TCO & risks Dedicated baseband resource guarantee capacity and performance

GSM GSM UMTS UMTS LTE
GSM
GSM
UMTS
UMTS
LTE

G

G/U

U/L

G

and performance GSM GSM UMTS UMTS LTE G G/U U/L G HW: No change G/U HW:
and performance GSM GSM UMTS UMTS LTE G G/U U/L G HW: No change G/U HW:
and performance GSM GSM UMTS UMTS LTE G G/U U/L G HW: No change G/U HW:
and performance GSM GSM UMTS UMTS LTE G G/U U/L G HW: No change G/U HW:

HW: No change

G/U

GSM GSM UMTS UMTS LTE G G/U U/L G HW: No change G/U HW: No change

HW: No change

U/L

UMTS LTE G G/U U/L G HW: No change G/U HW: No change U/L G SW:

G

SW: upgrade to G/U

G/U

SW: upgrade to U/L

U/L

U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added
U/L G SW: upgrade to G/U G/U SW: upgrade to U/L U/L HW: UMTS card added

HW: UMTS card added SW: upgrade to G/U

HW: LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L

SW: upgrade to G/U HW: LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L G UMTS Base Band
SW: upgrade to G/U HW: LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L G UMTS Base Band
SW: upgrade to G/U HW: LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L G UMTS Base Band

G

SW: upgrade to G/U HW: LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L G UMTS Base Band
SW: upgrade to G/U HW: LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L G UMTS Base Band

UMTS Base Band card

G/U

LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L G UMTS Base Band card G/U LTE Base Band
LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L G UMTS Base Band card G/U LTE Base Band

LTE Base Band card

U/L

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LTE card added SW: upgrade to U/L G UMTS Base Band card G/U LTE Base Band

Site solution overview

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Case 1: Antenna solution with Huawei SDR Product

900MHz antenna No change for antenna and feeder system GSM900 + UMTS900 M M M
900MHz antenna
No change for antenna and
feeder system
GSM900 +
UMTS900
M
M
M
M
M
M
R
R
R
R
R
R
F
F
F
F
F
F
GSM900 +
U
U
U
U
U
U
UMTS900
BTS3900
DBS3900
Engineering difficult 1 Separate Antenna Solution easy Separate tilt & azimuth tuning for network optimization
Engineering
difficult
1
Separate Antenna Solution
easy
Separate tilt & azimuth tuning for network optimization
High cost for adding new antennas & feeders
Slow deployment for additional engineering
2
Co-feeder, co-antenna Solution
Fast deployment for easy engineering
Low cost for sharing the legacy devices
High difficulty for network optimization
difficult
easy
Optimization

Multi mode (GSM/UMTS) supported simultaneously in one module.

Only one antenna is needed to support GSM and UMTS.

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mode (GSM/UMTS) supported simultaneously in one module.  Only one antenna is needed to support GSM

Case 2Sharing Existing GSM900 Antenna

GSM TX

GSM&UMTS

RX M

TX/RX M

SASU

SASA

GSM900

TX/RX D

UMTS TX

GSM&UMTS

RX D

UMTS900

Co-antenna with SASU and SASA

TX/RXM

GSM TX

GSM&UMTS RXM

GSM900

3dB

RXD

SASU and SASA TX/RXM GSM TX GSM&UMTS RXM GSM900 3dB RXD UMTS TX GSM&UMTS RXD 3dB

UMTS TX

GSM&UMTS RXD

3dB UMTS900
3dB
UMTS900

Co-antenna with 3dB combiner

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TX/RXM GSM TX GSM&UMTS RXM GSM900 3dB RXD UMTS TX GSM&UMTS RXD 3dB UMTS900 Co-antenna with

SASU: Same band Antenna Sharing Unit

Install on the wall Install on the pole SASU Characteristic: Solution for the shared antenna
Install on the wall
Install on the pole
SASU Characteristic:
Solution for the shared antenna between GSM and UMTS system
 6-port unit for antenna & feeder, 1 Tx port for GSM & UMTS respectively
SASU Advantage:
 No extra loss in the uplink
 Maximum 0.6dB insertion loss in the downlink
 No impact on frequency planning for GSM & UMTS
GSM_M GSM_D SASA: Combine the TX carriers on two antennas into the carriers on one
GSM_M
GSM_D
SASA:
Combine the TX carriers on two antennas
into the carriers on one antenna,
No affecting the performance of the existing
GSM network.

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Case 3: Independent Antenna for U900

Case 3: Independent Antenna for U900 GSM900 UMTS900 Independent antenna In case of high configuration, 2
GSM900
GSM900
UMTS900
UMTS900

Independent antenna

In case of high configuration, 2 independent antennas can be used.

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Disadvantage of Independent Antenna U900&G900

Additional equipment cost New antenna New pole New feeder New TMA

Sites renegotiation

New antenna and pole

Additional installation cost New antenna New pole New feeder

Additional

Cost

Limitation of evolution lack of installation space for LTE/SAE

evolution

Slow the pace of site deployment

Longer time to market

Additional maintenance cost New antenna

LTE/SAE evolution Slow the pace of site deployment • Longer time to market Additional maintenance cost

Antenna Solution Summary

Solution

Advantages

Disadvantages

Independent antenna

Easy to implement RF optimization respectively.

much additional cost needed

   

1) 3G and 2G system can not adjust the down tilt angle and

Co-antenna with SASU

Save the installation space and cost for

antenna and feeder

azimuth independently; 2) downlink increase less than 0.6dB loss.

Co-antenna with 3dB

Save the installation space and cost for

1) 3G and 2G system can not adjust the down tilt angle and azimuth independently; 2) downlink increase more than 3 dB loss.

combiner

antenna and feeder

Co-antenna

1) save the space and cost of antennas and feeders; 2) No insertion loss; 3) Easy RF tuning for 2G/3G co-coverage objectives;

3G and 2G system can not adjust the down tilt angle and azimuth

with GU mRRU/mRFU

independently;

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3G and 2G system can not adjust the down tilt angle and azimuth with GU mRRU/mRFU

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U900 Roadmap Overview

RAN12.0

Multi-mode Feature

Multi-mode BS Common CPRI

Interface(NodeB)RAN10.0

Multi-mode BS RRU/RFU star-

connection with separate CPRI

interface(NodeB)RAN10.1

Multi-mode Dynamic Power Sharing(UMTS)

2010

RAN13.0
RAN13.0

Multi-mode Feature

GSM and UMTS Dynamic Spectrum Sharing(UMTS)

2.0MHz Central Frequency point separation between GSM and UMTS mode(UMTS)

2011

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RAN14.0

Multi-mode Feature Dynamic MA for GU Dynamic

Spectrum Sharing(UMTS)

Optional Feature Inter-Frequency Load Balance Based on Configurable Load Threshold

2012Q2

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Released

Ready for Contract

Planned

RAN15.0

Multi-mode Feature inter-modulation interference detection Optional Feature Concentric circle networking Narrowband interference suppression

2013 Q2

detection • Optional Feature  Concentric circle networking  Narrowband interference suppression 2013 Q2

GU Dynamic Spectrum Sharing

GU Dynamic Spectrum Sharing 10M Frequency bandwith GSM900 5M GSM900 5M UMTS900 5M Frequency Sharing Between
10M Frequency bandwith GSM900 5M GSM900 5M UMTS900 5M
10M Frequency bandwith
GSM900 5M
GSM900 5M
UMTS900 5M

Frequency Sharing Between GSM and UMTS

With Low GSM traffic (-) Increase UMTS Bandwidth (+)
With Low GSM
traffic (-)
Increase UMTS
Bandwidth (+)
UMTS With Low GSM traffic (-) Increase UMTS Bandwidth (+) Description:  GSM spectrum can be

Description:

GSM spectrum can be dynamically shared to

UMTS according to the traffic load or operators’

strategies.

Site level spectrum switching.

The shared spectrum can be 4.2M/ 4.6M/ 5M according to UMTS carrier’s requirement.

Benefits:

Lower the cost of spectrum refarming

Refarming based on SDR

Refarming based on hours

Increase MBB throughput

5MHz of UMTS Shared BW can bring 50% throughput gain
5MHz of UMTS Shared BW can bring 50% throughput gain
on SDR  Refarming based on hours  Increase MBB throughput 5MHz of UMTS Shared BW

2.0MHz Central Frequency point separation between

GSM and UMTS mode(UMTS)RAN13.0

Driver: Lacking of the frequency resources for UMTS refarming UMTS3.8MHz refarming solution for 850/900MHz. Saving
Driver: Lacking of the frequency resources for UMTS refarming
UMTS3.8MHz refarming solution for 850/900MHz.
Saving more frequency for GSM.
solution for 850/900MHz. Saving more frequency for GSM. Benefits: • More frequency saving for heritage network.
Benefits: • More frequency saving for heritage network. • Higher throughput compared to GSM
Benefits:
• More frequency saving for heritage network.
• Higher throughput compared to GSM

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Description: Compared to 5MHz UMTS, UMTS3.8MHz can save 1.2MHz bandwidth used for GSM . The
Description:
Compared to 5MHz UMTS, UMTS3.8MHz can save
1.2MHz bandwidth used for GSM . The central
frequency gap is 2.0MHz.
Dependency: • 900M MRRU V1/ V2/V3 • 900M MRFU V2/V3 • 850M MRRU V2
Dependency:
• 900M MRRU V1/ V2/V3
• 900M MRFU V2/V3
• 850M MRRU V2

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frequency gap is 2.0MHz. Dependency: • 900M MRRU V1/ V2/V3 • 900M MRFU V2/V3 • 850M

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World First Commercial 4.2Mhz U900 Network Optus

68.2M

20M 30M 8.2M 10M VHA
20M
30M
8.2M
10M
VHA

48.4M

15M 15M 8.4M 10M Telstra
15M
15M
8.4M
10M
Telstra
20M 30M 8.2M 10M VHA 48.4M 15M 15M 8.4M 10M Telstra 2100M 1800M 900M Smallest 850M

2100M

1800M

900M

Smallest

850M

43.4M 20M All for UMTS Plan to develop LTE 15M Telstra has already deployed LTE1800
43.4M
20M
All for UMTS
Plan to develop LTE
15M
Telstra has already deployed
LTE1800 on MBB service and build
MBB brand
8.4M
4.2M for G/U Refarming
Other for GSM
Optus

Frequency Resource More SCANTY than before With the development of MBB

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for G/U Refarming Other for GSM Optus Frequency Resource More SCANTY than before With the development

World First Commercial 4.2Mhz U900 Network Optus

Challenges and Needs

“Connect Australia” plan

Compulsory data coverage for rural and remote area

Unaffordable to deploy nationwide 3G network on 2.1GHz spectrum

Lack of 900MHz spectrum

Optus has only 8MHz spectrum

Solutions and Benefits

Expanded to 98% population coverage

G900(nationwide) + U2100 (Urban & Suburban) + U900(Rural).

Rural area download rate speed up to 7.2Mbps.

60% sites reduction compare with U2100

4.2MHz for UMTS, 0.8Mhz saved

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.  60% sites reduction compare with U2100  4.2MHz for UMTS , 0.8Mhz saved HUAWEI
.  60% sites reduction compare with U2100  4.2MHz for UMTS , 0.8Mhz saved HUAWEI
.  60% sites reduction compare with U2100  4.2MHz for UMTS , 0.8Mhz saved HUAWEI
.  60% sites reduction compare with U2100  4.2MHz for UMTS , 0.8Mhz saved HUAWEI

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.  60% sites reduction compare with U2100  4.2MHz for UMTS , 0.8Mhz saved HUAWEI

P4 Poland Commercial 3.8Mhz U900 Network

Challenges and Needs

GSM spectrum is limited, only 5Mhz band in 900Mhz is available. Develop rural 3G market with less competition, but low population density needs more coverage. how to guarantee the GSM capacity, as UMTS is deployed in

900Mhz.

Solutions and Benefits

3.8Mhz UMTS solution 1.2Mhz bandwidth can be saved for GSM, using O2 configuration meet the demand of GSM capacity. Using high performance filter to protect network from inter-system interference.

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Deploy U900 and G900 in 5Mhz band at the same time GSM UMTS GSM 0.6MHz
Deploy U900 and G900 in 5Mhz band at
the same time
GSM
UMTS
GSM
0.6MHz
3.8MHz
0.6MHz
GSM
O2
+ UMTS
S111
UMTS GSM 0.6MHz 3.8MHz 0.6MHz GSM O2 + UMTS S111 Operator’s strategy • Competition Strategy: Develop

Operator’s strategy

Competition Strategy:

Develop rural 3G market to arrest rural users. Step by step deployment strategy:

First step: 50 U900 sites was deployed as trial in 2010.

Second step: 700 U900 sites was deployed in large area after

successful trial in 2011. Third step: in 2012, it’s planed to cover all the rural area seamlessly

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area after successful trial in 2011. Third step: in 2012, it’s planed to cover all the

AIS Refarming 5MHZ UMTS Network

AIS Refarming 5MHZ UMTS Network   54% revenue market share 31.2 million mobile subscribers (DEC

54% revenue market share revenue market share

31.2 million mobile subscribers (DEC 2010) mobile subscribers (DEC 2010)

45% subscribers market share subscribers market share

20 years of operation of operation

Covered more than 97% nationwide. 97% nationwide.

Frequency

Band 900 Band 1800 Band 2100 Leased from CAT, end on 17.5MHz leased from TOT
Band 900
Band 1800
Band 2100
Leased from CAT, end on
17.5MHz leased from TOT
License not released
2013

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2100 Leased from CAT, end on 17.5MHz leased from TOT License not released 2013 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES

Improvement of Re-farming Solution

Re-farming solution for AIS to meet requirement of different scenario.

Re-farming

Solution

Frequency G1800 Traffic G900 Re- G900 Retune(5MHz U900 On Air Expansion Migration configuration Optimization
Frequency
G1800
Traffic
G900 Re-
G900
Retune(5MHz
U900 On Air
Expansion
Migration
configuration
Optimization
Cut)

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HUAWEI UMTS 900M Key Solution 2-MR based Buffer Zone

Buffer Zone

Introduction

A B C
A
B
C

GU 900 or U900

Buffer zone

GSM 900

 

HUAWEI

Other Vendor

 

Based on GSM

Draw a 10 kilometers

Buffer Zone

Solution

MR(Measurement

Report)

circle as buffer zone

Character

Accurate, improve spectral efficiency

Simple, low spectral efficiency, bring big impact on GSM system.

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A the central area with U900 sites. B the isolation area, the sites in it
A the central area with U900
sites.
B the isolation area, the sites
in it can’t use the frequency of
U900.
spectral efficiency
gain
C the outer cycle area, the
G900 site s can use same
frequencies with U900.

Simple Buffer Zone

cycle area, the G900 site s can use same frequencies with U900. Simple Buffer Zone MR

MR Buffer Zone

cycle area, the G900 site s can use same frequencies with U900. Simple Buffer Zone MR

GU900 Sites

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cycle area, the G900 site s can use same frequencies with U900. Simple Buffer Zone MR

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