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Advanced Mobile

Communications/Third Generation
(3G) Wireless
• PRESIDENT’S MEMORANDUM

• SECRETARY’S PLAN

Assistant Secretary Gregory L. Rohde


National Telecommunications &
Information Administration (NTIA)
(November 2, 2000) 1
PRESIDENT’S MEMORANDUM
(October 13, 2000)

• Importance of next generation wireless


systems & need for selection of spectrum
• Principles for selection of spectrum
• Direction to Federal Agencies
• Goals - Timeline

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President’s Memorandum
Importance

• Economic Impact

• U.S. Internet & wireless leadership is at


stake

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CEA Economic Study
3G Technology & Benefits

• 3 G Technology … wireless communications +


the Internet
• Delays in introducing 3G products & services
are costly.
– New technologies bring benefits to consumers,
producers, and the economy as a whole
– Consumer benefit from today’s wireless telephone
services is estimated at $53–$111 billion
– Consumer benefits from 3G services will likely be of
this order of magnitude
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President’s Memorandum
PRINCIPLES

• Cooperation between Federal agencies and


industry to identify spectrum by July 2001
• Technology-neutrality approach
• Incumbent spectrum users must be treated
equitably ... taking national security & public
safety into account
• Advance a pro-competitive approach and seek
regional & international harmonization

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President’s Memorandum
Federal Agency Direction
• Secretary of Commerce … Develop a Plan by Oct 20, 00;
Issue an Interim Report on 1755-1850 MHz (NTIA) &
2500-2690 (FCC) by Nov 15, 00; & Implement an
Outreach Program with industry
• Secy’s of Defense, Treasury, Transportation, State &
Other Agency Incumbent Spectrum Users ... Participate
& cooperate in government-industry outreach group
• Secretary of State ... Coordinate & present views of U.S.
internationally
• FCC … Participate in outreach program, Initiate rule
making for spectrum selection by July, 01; Complete
auctioning & license process by Sep 30, 02 10
President’s Memorandum
Goals - Timeline

Date Goal
Oct 20,00 Plan Developed
Nov 15,00 Interim Studies Released
Jul ,01 Spectrum Selected
Sep 30, 02 Auction & Licensing
Completed
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The Plan
Overview

• Bands to be considered
• Study description
• Selection process
• FCC process
• Outreach
• Schedule
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The Plan
Bands To Be Considered

• WRC 2000/IMT-2000 … Bands identified for


terrestrial … 698-960, 1710-1885, & 2500-2690
MHz … Perform studies (NTIA: 1755-1850 &
FCC: 2500-2690 MHz)
• Consider other bands (698-960, 1710-1755,
2110-2150, 2160-2165 MHz) … Outreach or
FCC rulemaking processes

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3G Possibilities

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1 700-2690 MHZ BAND August 26, 2000

PRESENT AND PLANNED USE


1930
1710 1755 2110 2165
1850 1910 1990 2025 2690
GOVT
TO BE

MSS DN
AUCT

PCSUNP

MSSUP
PCS PCS

TO BE
AUCT
FX, MOB, MDS, MMDS, ITFS
U.S. MOB
BASE
G/NG
SAT

2010 MMDS(2150-2160)
1880 1920 1980 2025 2110 2170
3G

MSS DN
MSSUP
DECT
EUROPE UNPAIR
UMTS UMTS
MOB BASE
& OTHERS
UMTS UNPAIRED
1785 1805

2G DECT
GSM GSM
EUROPE MOB BASE
TDD (1890-1880)

& OTHERS
MSS UPLINK MSS DOWNLINK
(1980-2010) (2170-2200) MSS (20 MHz)
1710 1885 2025 2110

IMT -2000 TERRESTRIAL TERRESTRIAL

TERRESTRIAL + HAPS

1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700
ADDITIONAL 1525 - 1559
MHz IMT-2000 1610 -1660.5
SATELLITE 2483.5 - 2500
(141 MHz) 2500 - 2520 15
2670 - 2690
700-1 000 MHZ BAND PRESENT AND PLANNED USE July 14, 2000

698 746 764 776 794 806 824 849 869 894

U.S.

AUCTION
AUCTION

AUCTION
MOBILE BASE
LONG SMR
CELLULAR TERM
TX SMR TX

880 890 915 935 925 960


Europe

E-GSM
GSM GSM
& Others

E-GSM
MOBILE BASE
Cellular TX TX

698 806 960

PLANNED USE BY SOME TERRESTRIAL


IMT-2000 ADMINISTRATIONS

700 750 800 850 900 950


MHz

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The Plan - Study Description
• Interim Reports … Nov 15, 00
– Description of 3G system … FCC
– Description of incumbent spectrum use
– Evaluation of system sharing & band segmentation
options
• Final Reports … Mar 1, 01
– Interim report information
– Information on other bands
– Description of alternate bands & relocation
– Evaluation of cost & migration for 3 time periods
(2003, 2006, & 2010) for all options 17
THE SPECTRUM SELECTION PROCESS

INDUSTRY - GOVERNMENT
OUTREACH
PUBLIC MEETINGS

+
FCC
RULEMAKING
PROCEDURES

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The Plan - Outreach
• Series of Public Meetings … Facilitator ... NTIA
• Participants … Incumbent spectrum users (Govt and
non-Govt), FCC, NTIA, & other interested parties
• Industry Ideas and Plans
– 3G spectrum requirements
– Band segmentation
– 1G/2G/Other G migration
– Incumbent alternate bands
– Short and long range plans
– Global roaming

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The Plan - FCC Process
• Public submits petitions (CTIA & SIA have
submitted petitions to FCC)
• Issue a Notice-of-Proposed-Rulemaking (NPRM) …
Dec 31, 00
• Obtain public comments on NPRM
• Adopt Report & Order for changes to Table of
Allocations…Jul 30, 01
• Issue FNPRM on service & auction rules…Jul 30, 01
• Issue service & auction rules…Dec 15, 01
• Conduct auction…Jun 15, 02
• Issue licences…Sep 30, 02 20
The Plan - Schedule
Oct 20-Nov15, 00 Industry shares its ideas, positions, &
plans
Nov 15, 00 Interim band studies released
Nov 15-30, 00 Industry comments on Interim Reports
Dec 31, 00 FCC releases NPRM on 3G allocation
Mar 1, 01 Final reports released
Mar 1 - Jun 15, 01 Information exchange meetings with
industry
Mar 1 - Jun 15, 01 NTIA/FCC meet on final R&O
Jul 30, 01 FCC issues allocation selection order &
FNPRM on service & auction rules
Dec 15, 01 FCC issues Service & Auction rules
Jun 15, 02 FCC conducts the auction
Sep 30, 02 FCC issues licenses
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