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  1. FIXED BROADBAND WIRELESS ACCESS (BWA)Update of Report by CCIP TTG-3 [Ref. 1] Ferdo Ivanek IEEE MTT-S Representative to CCIP ivanek@stanford.edu Acknowledgement Harold Sobol, principal author, TTG-3 Report [1], and Roger Marks, Chair, IEEE 802.16 Working Group, reviewed the successive drafts and provided valuable suggestions for improvement. George Heiter, Past Chair, Committee MTT-16, Michael Green, Manager of Global Product Compliance, Atheros Communications, and Peter A. Soltesz, President, PAS-COM, reviewed the final draft. U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 1 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  2. REFERENCES 1. H. Sobol, F. Ivanek, S. Kota, A. Zaghloul, B. Bennington, C. Manders, D. Weinreich and E.J. Schimmel, Wireless Technologies and Infrastructures for Subscriber Access, Technology Task Group 3, info, Vol. 2 No. 2, April 2000, pp. 131-146. 2. F. Ivanek, Fixed Broadband Wireless Access - An update of TTG-3 Report [1], IEEE-USA Workshop on U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment, June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 2 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  3. BWA TECHNOLOGY PUSH vs. MARKET PULLIN THE U.S. [Ref. 2] • Sustained technology push supported by IEEE, TIA and ITU standardization made possible cost effective BWA service deployment satisfying a wide range of existing and future broadband access needs • Telecommunications business climate severely constrains market pull U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 3 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  4. BWA STATUS: MAJOR LICENSED SERVICES AND APPLICABLE IEEE 802 STANDARDS • Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service (MMDS) • in the 2 GHz band (IEEE 802.16a) • Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS) • in 24 - 28 GHz bands (IEEE 802.16) • 39 GHz Service (IEEE 802.16) U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 4 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  5. BWA STATUS: MAJOR UNLICENSED SERVICES AND APPLICABLE IEEE 802 STANDARDS • Wireless LANin the 2.4 GHz ISM band • (IEEE 802.11b) • Wireless LAN and MAN in the 5 GHz U-NII bands • (IEEE 802.11a and IEEE 802.16a) • Wireless MAN in the 57 - 64 GHz band (IEEE 802.16) • Free-space optical LAN and MAN U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 5 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  6. CURRENT BWA DATA RATES: MOVING TARGETS • 11 Mb/s (IEEE 802.11b), 54 Mb/s (IEEE 802.11a) LAN • ~10 Mb/s for MMDS and ~100 Mb/s for U-NII MAN • (IEEE 802.16a) • OC-3 for LMDS, OC-6 for 39 GHz Service, • OC-12 and Gigabit Ethernet for 57 - 64 GHz band • (IEEE 802.16) • Multi-Gb/s for free-space optical LAN and MAN U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 6 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  7. TECHNOLOGY PUSH TRENDS Improving BWA system capabilities, versatility and cost effectiveness in the currently used frequency bands through standardization and the use of: • adaptive techniques for efficient spectrum use, countermeasures for propagation impairments, and QoS support • mesh networks for improved connectivity and service area coverage U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 7 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  8. TECHNOLOGY PUSH TRENDS • Development of cost effective BWA system for higher • frequency bands, e.g. in the 70 - 110 GHz frequency • range • Expanding the wireline-wireless continuum, such as: • Hybrid-Fiber-Coax Hybrid-Fiber-Radio • Gigabit Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet • over Fiber over Radio U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 8 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  9. BWA ATTRIBUTES WITH POLICY IMPLICATIONS • Far reaching scalability facilitates entrepreneurial ventures and broadband access competition • Facilities ownership avoids disadvantages of using incumbents’ local loops • Cost effective “do it yourself” service deployment is feasible for a variety of business, community, campus, neighborhood and home needs U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 9 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek

  10. CONCLUSION BWA IS AND WILL REMAIN A VIABLE COMPLEMENT AND ALTERNATIVE TO WIRELINE BROADBAND ACCESS U.S. National Policy for Accelerating Broadband Deployment Fixed Broadband Wireless Access IEEE-USA Workshop June 17-18, 2002, Washington, D.C. 10 of 10 Ferdo Ivanek