AGENDA - Ohio NENA

Report
May 9th, 2012
Public Safety Broadband
D-Block / LTE
Keith Kemmerline – Motorola Market Solutions Team
MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS
IT’S A
WIRELESS
BROADBAND
WORLD
MOBILE DATA TRAFFIC
WILL INCREASE…
?
26x
OVER A 5-YEAR SPAN
FROM 2010-2015
GROWING AT A
COMPOUNDED ANNUAL
GROWTH RATE OF…
92%
?
SMART
DEVICES
PREVAIL
SMART DEVICE
SALES GREW YoY
IN 3Q11 BY...
42.6%
?
OUTPACED
PC SALES BY...
30%
?
% OF CHILDREN
0-8 THAT HAVE
USED A SMART
PHONE, IPOD,
IPAD
?
38%
HOW IS PUBLIC
SAFETY DOING IN
THIS NEW
MULTIMEDIA
PUBLIC SAFETY GOES
SOCIAL
% OF POLICE AGENCIES WHO USE SOCIAL
MEDIA TO...
SHARE
INFORMATION
WITH THE
PUBLIC...
83%
?
RECEIVE CRIME
TIPS FROM THE
PUBLIC...
MONITOR FOR
INVESTIGATIVE
LEADS...
70%
?
89%
?
89%
?
PUBLIC SAFETY
DECISION MAKERS WHO
BELIEVE
DATA IS JUST AS
MISSION CRITICAL AS
AGENDA
WHAT IS LTE?
SPECTRUM
GOVERNANCE
FUNDING AND FEES
TIMELINE
OPEN ISSUES
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WHAT IS LONG TERM EVOLUTION (LTE)?
LTE = 4G (4th Generation of Data Technology)
Mobile Broadband Technology – 700 MHz Spectrum
Enables Multimedia Applications - Video / Data (CAD / AVL / Intranet)… In the Field
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4G = “4th GENERATION” of WIRELESS DATA
Standard Protocol for Higher Data Speeds
Average data transfer rates
Video Clip
GPRS
35 kbps 18mins
1G = CDMA
60 kbps 11 mins
EDGE
Enhanced GPRS
115 kbps 6 mins
UMTS
3G
EV-DO
3G (Project 2)
HSDPA
3G (Project 5)
256 kbps 3 mins
400 kbps 2 mins
1.0 Mbps 38 secs
4.0 Mbps 10 secs
4G = LTE
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0 (MB)
WHAT IS LONG TERM EVOLUTION (LTE)?
LTE = 4G (4th Generation of Data Technology)
Mobile Broadband Technology – 700 MHz Spectrum
Enables Multimedia Applications - Video / Data (CAD / AVL / Intranet)
Standards-Based: Public Safety
Commercial Carriers (Verizon / ATT / Sprint)
Economies of scale from commercial carrier deployments
LOTS of Mbps of Throughput
Coverage Less than Traditional Voice Systems
(Dependent on Throughput / Antenna Height / Terrain)
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WHY PRIVATE LTE?
• Why do I need Private LTE?
–
Greater Reliability = Safer Community
• Self Reliant: No Shared Spectrum or Infrastructure w/ Commercial Users!
• Planned System Downtime: No surprise upgrade outages
• Controlled Site Environments: Ability to harden sites for disaster
scenarios
–
Increased Technical Capabilities & Performance
• System Control: Ability to pre-empt users and prioritize users
• Peak Performance: Throughput/Latency improvements w/ out commercial
users
• Coverage: Coverage where City needs it, not where carriers want it
• Extension of City LAN: Increased security and local application
performance
Reduce Costly Carrier Charges/Generate Revenue
• Ability to greatly reduce carrier cards
• Allows public safety to invest in own network
• No bandwidth caps, UNLIMITED USAGE!
• Generate revenue by reselling Public Safety data
–
Technical
Benefits
Cost
Benefits
SPECTRUM
700 MHZ
• Public Safety (PS) gets 20 MHz
block of broadband spectrum
• 700 MHz Band
• PSST Spectrum (10 MHz)
• D-Block (10 MHz)
• NO 700 MHz Narrowband
Giveback Required.
• PSST = Public Safety Spectrum Trust
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700 MHZ BAND PLAN
Lower 700 Bandplan
698
CH
51
TV
704
710
716
A
B
C
6 MHz
6 MHz
6 MHz
Mobile
Mobile
Mobile
722
D
728
E
6 MHz
6 MHz
unpaired unpaired
734
Upper 700 Bandplan
746
740
A
B
C
C
6 MHz
6 MHz
6 MHz
11 MHz
Base
Base
Base
Base
757 758
763
A
1
PS
BB
10 MHz
Base
768 769
G
B
1
775 776
PS
NB
6
MHz
Base
787 788
793
798 799
PS
B
1
C
11 MHz
Mobile
PS
D BB
BB G
A 5 MHz
10 MHz
5
1
MHz
Mobile
B
1
Mobile
805 806
PS
NB
6
MHz
Mobile
Mobile
At 700 MHz, Public Safety
now Has 10+10 MHz
of Broadband
Spectrum
and retains 6+6 MHz
of Narrowband Spectrum
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B
1
SPECTRUM
T-BAND
• Public safety users in 470-512 MHz band must relocate not later than 11 years
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T-BAND ANALYSIS
Summary view of Public Safety licensees in the 11 TV Band cities
There are multiple licenses per licensee
Metro
Public Safety
Licensees
Boston
290
Chicago
115
Dallas/Ft. Worth
22
Washington, DC/portions of MD & VA
23
Houston
6
Los Angeles
49
Miami
15
New York City/ Northeast NJ
241
Philadelphia
159
Pittsburgh
30
San Francisco/Oakland
56
Total– 11 Metros
1,006
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LTE = SHARING THE CHANNEL
Will Require a Governance Structure to Administer Policies & Prioritizations
Ownership
County
Establish funding & service level agreements across public
safety agencies & municipal tenants sharing 4G resources
Operating Governance
Administer policies addressing resource utilization &
prioritization based on group profiles & incident level
Interoperability
City
Opportunity for communications across all national 4G
systems to support a national interoperable framework
County
State
Ohio
Manage Agency Data
Secure & manage individual agency information to protect
access and alteration
City
All Agencies in an
“Area” will use the
Same Channel
NETWORK ARCHITECTURE
EQUIPMENT & STANDARDS
• Single, national network architecture consisting of:
• Core network – national and regional data centers
• Radio Access Network (RAN) – cell site equipment, antennas and
backhaul equipment
- Based on commercial standards (LTE)
• Technical Advisory Board for First Responder Interoperability under FCC
• 4 wireless providers, 3 manufacturers, 4 public safety & 3 S/L gov’t reps
• Develop recommended minimum technical requirements for LTE
• With NTIA, NIST & DHS/OEC to ensure nationwide interoperability
»
»
»
»
NTIA - National Telecommunications Industry Administration
NIST – National Institute of Standards & Technology
DHS – Dept Homeland Security
OEC – Office of Emergency Communications
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GOVERNANCE
FIRSTNET & RFP PROCESS
• Creates First Responder Network Authority
(FRNA - FirstNet) under NTIA
• 15 on board, including 3 S/L &3 public safety
• Until May 25th to Nominate Board Members
• FirstNet will hold single nationwide license
• FirstNet to develop RFP but required to consult
with regional and S/L jurisdictions on:
• Construction of core network and any Radio
Access Network (RAN) build out
• Tower placement
• Coverage area
• Adequacy of hardening, security and reliability
• Assignment of priority to local users
• Consultation will be with the officer or
governmental body designated by State to serve
as coordinator of grant funds
• Ohio SIEC
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GOVERNANCE
RFP PROCESS
• FirstNet shall provide each Governor:
• Notice of completion of the RFP process;
• Details of the proposed plan for buildout of the nationwide network in their state;
• The funding level for the State as determined by NTIA
• Completion of RFP will likely take FirstNet a significant amount of time
• <90 days after the Governor of a State receives notice of completion of the RFP
process, the Governor shall choose:
• Opt-In…… Opt-Out
• Not later than 180 days after deciding to Opt-Out, the State shall develop and
complete requests for proposals for the RAN within the State
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OPERATIONAL READINESS
• States may Opt Out of the national construction
plan and do their own competitive procurement
and obtain funding if they demonstrate:
• Technical capabilities to operate State radio
access network
• Funding to support network
• Ability to maintain ongoing interoperability
with nationwide public safety BB network
• Ability to complete project within specified
comparable timelines specific to State
• Cost effectiveness of State plan
• Comparable security, coverage and quality of
service of nationwide public safety BB
network
• No Guarantees
• Motorola Solutions Position: Neutral
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FUNDING AND FEES
• $7 billion Network Construction Fund for network build out
• $2 billion available in advance of an auction
• Estimate that funding won’t be available until around mid to late 2013
• NTIA will determine funding level for each State
• 20% match requirement, but not clear whether in-kind allowed
• States allowed to generate revenue
• Must be used for construction and Operations & Maintenance (O&M)
• Network would be self-sustaining through imposition of user fees
• Opt-out funding impacts
• Still eligible, but impact on funding level and match requirement not clear
• Must pay fees for use of elements of core nationwide network
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GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE
FCC
NTIA
4 - Funding
3 - Opt in/out
process
States
1- Technical
requirements
2 - Proposed
National RFP &
NTIA Funding
Allocation
FirstNet
First Responder
Interop Board
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FIRSTNET TIMELINE
30 Days
FCC Chairman Appoints Interoperability Board
Interoperability Board Files Technical Req. Document with FCC
60 Days
30 Days
FCC Accepts Or Modifies Plan
15
Interoperability Board Dissolves
DOC (Commerce) Appoints Board For FirstNet
180 Days
NTIA Establishes State Grant Program
180 Days
180 Days ++++ (estimate / not defined in law)
FirstNet Completes RFP Process And Submits Plan To States
90 Days
States Decide to Opt-In or Opt-Out
State Develops RFP
180 Days
Feb 22,
2012
FCC Approves Opt-Out Plan
90 Days (estimate / not in law)
FCC Rejects State Opt-Out Plan, Revert To FirstNet Plan
Today
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30
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90
120
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Days
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510
540
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PARTIAL LIST OF OPEN ISSUES
• How State funding impacted by opt in/out process
• Permissibility of in-kind match
• Level of user fees
• Permissibility of States having their own redundant core
• Secondary user leasing arrangements
• Number awardees under national RFP
• FCC action on pending 700 MHz waivers
• Whether funding can be used for rebanding of 700 NB
users operating in 700 BB spectrum under old band plan
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WHAT TO SAY TO OUR CUSTOMERS
• Be Neutral on Opt-out / Opt-in
• More information and discussion will be needed
• Need to be Prepared to make a Decision
• Move Forward with Waiver Process
• Get in the Queue
• Best Chance to Receive Funding (when available)
• Start Looking at Motorola Devices….. For Future-Proofing
• VML700 – NOW
• LEX700 – Later in 2012
• ONLY Devices that will do
- Band 14 – Public Safety
- Band 13 – Verizon
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