WAPA Introduction

Report
Future Wireless Technology Forum
(FWTF)
Session 1:
mmWave
29th of May 2014
Future Wireless Technology Forum
3.5 GHz
Thank you!
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Housekeeping
• Please silence your Mobile phones
• For expediency each presenter will
have 20min.
• Please use the time during the tea
break and lunch to ask questions.
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Agenda
10:00 Welcome & Introduction
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2.
3.
4.
Worldwide regulations for 60GHz
License exempt and light license schemes
E-Band recommendation
Optical Wireless Broadband
11:30 Tea and Coffee break (15min)
5.
6.
7.
8.
E-band: A technical overview
mmWave Regulatory Considerations
Wireless Rapid Deployment
Carrier view of mmWave-band use
9.
Panel discussion
14:00 Closing & Lunch
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Radio Bands
ELF
SLF
ULF
VLF
LF
MF
Extremely
Low
Frequency
Super
Low
Frequency
Ultra
Low
Frequency
Very
Low
Frequency
Low
Frequency
3Hz
30Hz
100'000km
10'000 km
30Hz
300Hz
10'000km
1'000km
300Hz
3000Hz
1'000km
100km
3kHz
30kHz
100km
10km
30kHz
300kHz
10km
1km
HF
VHF
UHF
SHF
EHF
Medium
Frequency
High
Frequency
Very
High
Frequency
Ultra
High
Frequency
Super
High
Frequency
Extremely
High
Frequency
300kHz
3000kHz
1km
100m
3MHz
30MHz
100m
10m
30MHz
300MHz
10m
1m
300MHz
3000MHz
1m
10cm
3GHz
30GHz
10cm
1cm
30GHz
300GHz
1cm
1mm
narrow
Spectrum Bandwidth
large
slow
Throughput
fast
large
Antenna size
small
low
Antenna gain
high
wide
Beam width
narrow
less
Rain fade
more
long
Range
short
mmWave
Millimeter Wave is commonly abbreviated as or mmWave, MMW or mmW
Path Loss in free space
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Atmospheric Attenuation
80 GHz
59 GHz
22.5
GHz
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Combined Path Loss
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Rain Rates of South Africa
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Rain Attenuation
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Thank you
Jens Langenhorst - [email protected]
Wireless Access Providers’
Association Executive Committee –
Spectrum Champion
www.wapa.org.za
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