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Lte Advanced Benefits

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LTE Advanced

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femtocells Ultra Wide Deployments Multicarrier aggregation 40 MHz to 100 MHz Leading IMT-Advanced Candidate LTE Advanced is the global 4G solution Qualcomm: LTE Advanced Leadership Over-the-Air prototype test bed.LTE Advanced—The Global 4G Solution L T E A d v a n c e d Leverages Advanced Topology Networks Realizes full benefits of heterogeneous networks with macro. design and standards leadership 3 . relays. picocells.

LTE launch assumes multimode devices Created 03/q5/10 . B Rel-7 Rel-8 DO Advanced Rel-9 Rel-10 & Beyond WCDMA HSPA HSPA+ Rel-8 HSPA+ Rel-9 Rel-10 LTE Leverages new. wider and TDD spectrum LTE Advanced aggregates ultra wide spectrum 40 MHz to 100 MHz LTE 2011 2012+ LTE Advanced 2010 4 Estimated commercial launches. A 1X Advanced Simultaneous 1X Voice and EV-DO Data Multicarrier H/W upgrade EV-DO Rel-99 Rel-5 Rel-6 EV-DO Rev. 0 Rev.LTE Advanced for Ultra Wide Deployments Excellent Mobile Broadband Voice and Full Range of IP Services Enhanced User Experience Improved voice and data capacity CDMA2000 1X Rel.

CDMA2000 1X & WCDMA) Next Gen. What Is Next? Leveraging topology and mitigating interference will provide next performance leap—LTE Advanced Evolved 3G Advanced Receivers (EV-DO Rev. GSM & IS-95) Next Generation Leap 1G: Voice (Analog e.g. AMPS) 1G 5 .Radio Link Improvement is Slowing. Leap LTE (OFDMA) Relative Capacity Multiples 3G 3G (IMT-2000): Voice & Data (e.g. B & HSPA+) Approaching the theoretical limit Evolved 3G with Data optimized 3G (EV-DO & HSPA) Next Gen. Leap 2G 2G: Voice Capacity (Digital e.g.

Traditional Macro Networks Provide the Foundation for Wide Area Coverage Macro network challenges to provide ubiquitous user experience 6 • Cell splitting • Indoor coverage • Site acquisition • Network topologies change .

Bring Network Closer to User for Uniform User Experience and Increased Capacity Operator Deployed Relays Remote Radio heads User Deployed Repeaters User Deployed Femtocells Operator Deployed Pico cells The Next Significant Performance Leap Increasing spectral efficiency per coverage area 7 .

Minimization of Drive Tests) 8 Advanced interference management techniques: Intelligent node association and adaptive resource allocation.LTE Adv. A network with a mix of macro cells and low powered nodes such as femtos. . Realizes Full Benefits of Advanced Topology Networks Intelligent Node Association Support for Relays Adaptive Resource Allocation Multicarrier (Spectrum Aggregation) Self-Organizing Networks (e.g. picos and relays is also referred to as a heterogeneous network or HetNet.

Minimization of Drive Tests) 9 .g. Realizes Full Benefits of Advanced Topology Networks Intelligent Node Association Support for Relays  Significantly higher network capacity  Improves cell edge user performance  Extends range of nodes  Better utilization of low power nodes Adaptive Resource Allocation  Ensures user fairness  Within and between nodes Multicarrier (Spectrum Aggregation)  Relays extend coverage and improve capacity without backhaul expense Self-Organizing Networks (e.LTE Adv.

Coverage and Ensures User Fairness 2. see 3GPP R1-101509 . Based on intelligent node association (assign user to eNB with weaker SNR . 2x2 MIMO and 25 users . under certain conditions) and adaptive resource allocation.LTE Adv: Increases Capacity. Based methodology in R1-084026: 10 MHz FDD.5X LTE Advanced—Intelligent Node Association & Adaptive Resource Allocation Intelligent Node Association Increases Capacity and Coverage 1. based on path loss.14X 1X LTE R8 LTE R8 Picocell Range extension Picocell Macro Only Macro+ Picos Macro+ Picos Median User Downlink Data Rates Picocell Adaptive Resource Allocation Ensures User Fairness 10 Assumptions: Assumptions: 4 Picos per Macro randomly dropped within macro coverage.

Advanced interference management includes intelligent node association and adaptive resource allocation . 2x2 MIMO UE.Relays Extend Coverage and Improve Capacity without Backhaul Expenses 1.8X (Intelligent Node Association & Adaptive Resource Allocation) 1X Adv. interference management Relays use part of macro capacity as backhaul Relay Node Macro+ Relays Macro+ Relays Median User Downlink Data Rates Picocell Range Extension (Intelligent Node Association) Advanced interference management further improves capacity and coverage 11 Assumptions: Results from 3GPP R1-094230. 10 Layer 3 Relays per Macro cell. uniform random layout. Based on methodology in R1-084026 10 MHz FDD.

. which enables 300 Mbps in 20 Mhz. Theoretically.Ultra Wide Deployments with Multicarrier Aggregation 40 MHz to 100 MHz LTE Carrier #3 LTE Carrier #1 LTE Carrier #4 LTE Carrier #2 LTE Carrier #5 Up to 20 MHz Up to 20 MHz Up to 20 MHz Up to 20 MHz Up to 20 MHz Aggregated Data Pipe Up to 100 MHz Multicarrier LTE Terminal eNodeB  Increased data rates and lower latencies for all users in the cell  Data rates scale with bandwidth—Up to 1 Gbps peak data rate  Aggregating 40 MHz to 100 MHz provide peak data rates of 300 Mbps to 750 Mbps1 (2x2 MIMO) and over 1 Gbps (4x4 MIMO) 12 1LTE R8 supports 4x4 MIMO. LTE Advanced can support over 1Gbps peak data rates by aggregating at least 4 20 MHz carriers (up to100 MHz of spectrum) using 4x4 MIMO.

2. but with lower power around macrocell .g.Multicarrier Enables Flexible Spectrum Deployments Aggregation within band E. carrier 2 used by all nodes. but also by picocells.6 GHz  Leverage spectrum within a band to create fatter data pipe  Asymmetric links—aggregate more downlink capacity LTE Carrier #5 10 MHz 10 MHz LTE Carrier #4  Benefits advanced topology networks LTE Carrier #2 LTE Carrier LTE #3 Carrier #1 Aggregated Data Pipe LTE Multicarrier Terminal Pico Carrier 2 13 Macro Pico Carrier 1 Example: Carrier 1 used for wide area macro coverage.

Multi User MIMO. 4x4 UL MIMO and UL Beamforming1 Transmit(& receive) Antennas Receive(& transmit) Antennas DL Spectral Efficiency 4x4 MIMO Supported by LTE R8 Signal Processing MIMO (and SDMA. multi user can be seen as a form of SDMA) . 3G today with Equalizer 14 1LTE R8 and R9 supports 4x4 DL MIMO (single user and multi user.More Antennas to Leverage Diversity LTA Advanced introduces 8x8 DL MIMO. DL Beamforming and 2x2 UL MIMO . Beamforming) 4Rx Receive Diversity 2x2 MIMO No standards impact Evolved 3G and initial LTE 2Rx Receive Diversity MIMO=Multiple Input Multiple Output.

Qualcomm’s LTE Advanced Test Bed Next leap in performance is to leverage topology—the focus of the test bed  Evaluates features to realize full benefits of advanced topology networks  Advanced Interference Management    Range extension (intelligent node association) Adaptive resource allocation FDD and TDD  Enhanced Mobility  Forward handover 15 .

leveraging up to 4 multiple antennas) Wider Bandwidths Leveraging wider and scalable bandwidths up to 40 MHz Low Latency Low Latency. User Plane /Transport Delay – 10 ms High Voice Capacity High voice capacity ~40 Voice calls per MHz 16 .LTE Advanced Is The Global 4G solution The leading IMT-Advanced Candidate 2009 2010 2011 2012 Candidate Proposal Submitted (Oct 2009) Candidate Evaluation (2010) Candidate Acceptance Standard (End of 2010) Completion (1Q 2011) Examples of IMT-Advanced Requirements—LTE Advanced meets or exceeds High Data Capacity High average. edge and peak spectral efficiency (e.g.

3for single point transmission results. waveform  Major contributor for ITU IMT-Advanced submission  First company to show results satisfying IMT-Advanced requirements3 17 Notes 1Based on pre-meeting contribution count for 3GPP RAN WG4 (in charge of performance requirements) . security . . access control.Qualcomm: Continued LTE Standards Leadership  A leading contributor for LTE performance definition in 20091  Leader in several key LTE standards areas2  A Main contributor to key LTE Advanced features  Multicarrier. also showed that that Network-MIMO/CoMP techniques were not required to satisfy those requirements. 2E. local IP access. for femtocells and positioning across all working groups and areas . self-organizing network.g. system definition. Examples of features such as Mobility. relay.

Deutsche Telekom  Crucial to support the following features to achieve large gains  Intelligent Node Association (Range extension)  Adaptive Resource Allocation (Resource partitioning)  Target completion Dec 2010 18 .a heterogeneous network or HetNet  Approved Work Item in 3GPP RAN Rel-10 (March 2010)  RP-100383. TIM. femtos. DoCoMo. “Enhanced ICIC for non-CA based deployments of heterogeneous networks for LTE”  Focused on co-channel heterogeneous network scenarios and Carrier Aggregation (multicarrier) based solutions  Supported by 32 companies including: CMCC.k. Verizon.Advanced Topology: Work Item Approved In 3GPP Rel-10 Mix of macro. AT&T. picos a. Orange. KDDI.

self organizing networks Qualcomm: LTE Advanced Leadership Over-the-Air prototype test bed. design and standards leadership .LTE Advanced—The Global 4G Solution The leading IMT-Advanced candidate Remote Radio heads Operator Deployed Relays User Deployed Femtocells User Deployed Repeaters Operator Deployed Picocells Ultra Wide Band Deployment 19 Realizes Full Benefits of Advanced Topology Networks Advanced interference management. relays.

qualcomm.qualcomm.Questions? Connect with Us www.com/blog /contributors/prakash-sangam 20 .qualcomm.com/technology http://www.com/technology @qualcomm_tech m.

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7 Mbps DL: 28 Mbps UL: 11 Mbps HSPA+ (HSPA Evolved) 10 MHz Multicarrier 20 MHz Multicarrier DL: 42 Mbps1 UL: 11 Mbps DL: 84 Mbps2 UL: 23 Mbps2 (10 MHz ) DL: 168 Mbps2 UL: 23 Mbps (20 MHz ) 1R8 will reach 42 Mbps by combining 2x2 MIMO and HOM (64QAM) in Leverages new. Peak data rates takes overhead into account. TDD rates are a function of up/downlink asymmetry. QoS 2x data capacity >2x voice capacity Multicarrier. 3R10 expands multicarrier to 20 MHz to reach up to168 Mbps.8-14. standard supports 4x4 MIMO enabling peak rates of 300 Mbps. Uplink multicarrier doubles uplink peak data rate to 23 Mbps in 10 MHz. or by utilizing HOM (64QAM) and multicarrier in 10 MHz. 2R9 combines multicarrier and MIMO in 10 MHz to reach 84 Mbps. 5Peak rates can exceed 300 Mbps by aggregating multiple 20 MHz carriers planned for LTE Advanced (LTE Rel-10).4 Mbps UL: 5. Peak data rate can exceed 1 Gbps using 4x4 MIMO and at least 80 MHz of spectrum Rel-8 Rel-9 Rel-10 LTE DL: 73 – 150 Mbps4 UL: 36 – 75 Mbps4 (10 MHz – 20 MHz) LTE Advanced 100 MHz Multicarrier Note: Estimated commercial dates.LTE Advanced: A Parallel Evolution Path to HSPA+ Broadband downloads and uploads.2x data rates to all Multicarrier enhancements 20 MHz deployments Rel-99 Rel-5 (HSDPA) Rel-6 (HSUPA) Rel-7 Rel-8 Rel-9 Rel-10 WCDMA HSPA DL: 1. 4 Peak rates for 10 and 20 MHz FDD using 2x2 MIMO. wider and TDD spectrum Ultra wide deployments Advanced Topology 5 MHz. LTE launch assumes multimode devices DL: up to 1Gbps5 UL: 375+ Mbps5 ( 100 MHz) 2010 22 2011 2012 2013+ Created 01/29/10 . per standards172 Mbps is achievable in 20 Mhz.

Adaptive Resource Allocation Realizes Full Benefits of Advanced Topology Networks Adaptive resource partitioning requires low-delay backhaul Time Domain Partitioning1 Adaptive Partitioning Macro Operation Pico/Femto Frequency Domain Partitioning2 LTE R8 10 MHz Macro 10 MHz Pico /Femto LTE R10 Time-Domain Resources Gate or reduce power (multicarrier) 10 MHz 10 MHz Macro Pico /Femto  Adapts to topology. primitive X2-based with unspecified responses—resource partitioning utilizes modified X2. 2Frequency partitioning is the only option for asynchronous networks (Networks without GPS timing) . LTE R8 provides limited interference management.k. user distribution and load  Fixed partitioning reduces performance  Frequency partitioning is a less granular and flexible option  Reduced performance compared to time domain partitioning 1A.a 23 Coordinated Silencing.

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