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Eng Hasan Shamroukh
International Trainer & Consultant
Arabs – Asia – Africa
CISCO – CWNP – Telecom – Security -
VOIP
http...
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0G – 5G
• 0G / Mobile Radio Phone
• 1G / AMPS: Advanced Mobile Phone System
• 2G / GSM: Global System of Mobile Communicat...
Historical Development
3GPP
3GPP2
IEEE 18،‫آب‬155
BDMA
0G/Mobile radio telephone
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History
AchievementCompanyYear
1st commercial Mobile Telephone System (MTS) in USAMotorola, Bell System1946
1st public com...
1G / AMPS
Motorola DynaTAC 8000X AMPS mobile phone
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History
1G speeds & download speeds (28 – 56) Modem
Modem = kbit/s
1G used analog signals
AchievementCompanyYear
1stcommer...
2G
***Starts in Finland by Radiolinja (Elisa Oyj) in 1991.
Benefits:
1- Phone conversations were digitally encrypted
2- Mo...
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)
Cdmaone / Americas & Asia
Mexico, India, Australi...
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2G-systems that have both CS & PS
•GPRS (56 – 115) kbit/s.
•HSCSD OR 1xRTT 153.6 kbit/s
•throughput of 80-100 kbit/s
Appli...
EDGE was deployed on GSM networks in 2003—initially by
Cingular (now AT&T) in USA (8PSK Modulation)
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Version Released Info
Phase 1 1992 GSM Features
Phase 2 1995 GSM Features, EFR Codec,
Release 96 1997 Q1
GSM Features, 14....
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Data rates
2 Mbit/s for stationary or walking users
384 kbit/s in a moving vehicle
Applications of 3G
Mobile TV
Video on d...
Version Released Info
Release 99 2000 Q1
Specified the first UMTS 3G networks, incorporating a CDMA air
interface
Release ...
AchievementCompanyYear
1st WIMAX use
USB Wireless Modems
South Korea2006
Developed WIMAX in USASprint (Clear wire)2008
1st...
Applications
Ultra-broadband Internet access
laptops with USB wireless modems
smartphones, mobile devices.
mobile web acce...
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Version Released Info
Release 8 2008 Q4
First LTE release. All-IP Network (SAE).
New OFDMA, FDE and MIMO based radio inter...
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Comparison
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Technology 1G 2G/2.5G 3G 4G
5G
Deployment 1970/1984 1980/1999 1990/2002 2000/2010 2014/2015
Bandwid...
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WiFi IEEE 802.11 vs xG
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Mobile xG
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1- Operators (Zain – Umniah – Orange)
2- Supporters (Ericsson – Huawei – ZTE)
3- Subcontractors too many to be mentioned!!...
Training Courses needed for students :
•CCNA
•CWNA
•2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE)
•3G (WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+)
•4G (WIMAX/LTE/LTE A)
•5G (B...
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0G (MTS) - 1G (AMPS) - 2G (GSM / GPRS / EDGE) - 3G (WCDMA / HSPA / HSPA+) - 4G (WIMAX / LTE) - 5G (BDMA)
Eng Hasan Shamroukh
International Trainer & Consultant
00962796061387 - hasannaim@yahoo.com - www.darammanacademy.com

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Telecom seminar (0G - 5G) Eng Hasan Shamroukh

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  2. 2. Eng Hasan Shamroukh International Trainer & Consultant Arabs – Asia – Africa CISCO – CWNP – Telecom – Security - VOIP http://about.me/HasanShamroukh https://www.facebook.com/tcwep http://darammanacademy.com hasannaim@yahoo.com 00962 79 6061387 Skype: hasannaim1 18،‫آب‬152
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  4. 4. 0G – 5G • 0G / Mobile Radio Phone • 1G / AMPS: Advanced Mobile Phone System • 2G / GSM: Global System of Mobile Communications • 2.5G / GPRS: General Packet Radio Service • 2.75G / EDGE: Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution • 3G / WCDMA: Wideband Code Division Multiple Access • 3.5G / HSPA: High Speed Packet Access WIMAX: Worldwide Interoperability Multiple Access • 3.75G / HSPA+: Enhanced High Speed Packet Access EVO: Enhanced Voice-Data Optimized • 3.9G / LTE: Long Term Evolution • 4.1G / LTE Advanced • 5G / BDMA: Beam Division Multiple Access 18،‫آب‬154
  5. 5. Historical Development 3GPP 3GPP2 IEEE 18،‫آب‬155 BDMA
  6. 6. 0G/Mobile radio telephone 18،‫آب‬156
  7. 7. History AchievementCompanyYear 1st commercial Mobile Telephone System (MTS) in USAMotorola, Bell System1946 1st public commercial mobile phone network in West Germany A-Netz1952 1st mobile phone network in UKSystem 11959 1st automatic system IMTS in USABell System1962 1st MTS in USSR & EuropeAltai1963 Fully operationalAltai1965 1st manual MTS in NorwayTeleverket1966 1st public commercial mobile phone in FinlandAutoRadioPhhelin (ARP) 1971 2nd public commercial mobile phone network in West Germany B-Netz1972 1st MTS in Czechoslovakia & Eastern Europe(AMR)Automatizovaný Městský Radiotelefon 1978 Fully operationalAMR1983 18،‫آب‬157
  8. 8. 1G / AMPS Motorola DynaTAC 8000X AMPS mobile phone 18،‫آب‬158
  9. 9. History 1G speeds & download speeds (28 – 56) Modem Modem = kbit/s 1G used analog signals AchievementCompanyYear 1stcommercially automated cellular network in Japan - Tokyo NTT Nippon Telegraph & Telephone 1979 1st mobile phone in Denmark, Finland, Norway & Sweden (1st roaming system) NMT Nordic Mobile Telephone1981 1st DynaTAC mobile phone in USAMotorola1983 Covered all JapanNTT1984 UK, Mexico & Canada covered----Mid 1980s 18،‫آب‬159
  10. 10. 2G ***Starts in Finland by Radiolinja (Elisa Oyj) in 1991. Benefits: 1- Phone conversations were digitally encrypted 2- More efficient on the spectrum allowing for far greater mobile phone penetration levels 3- Introduced data services for mobile, 2G / SMS text messages 2.5G / picture messages, MMS (multi media messages). 4- Much greater penetration intensity. 18،‫آب‬1510
  11. 11. Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) Cdmaone / Americas & Asia Mexico, India, Australia, South Korea GSM / Most of world CDMA2000iDEN / Nextel USA, Telus Mobility Canada CDMA 450D-AMPS / USA PDC / Japan 18،‫آب‬1511
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  14. 14. 2G-systems that have both CS & PS •GPRS (56 – 115) kbit/s. •HSCSD OR 1xRTT 153.6 kbit/s •throughput of 80-100 kbit/s Applications •Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) •Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) •Internet communications 18،‫آب‬1514
  15. 15. EDGE was deployed on GSM networks in 2003—initially by Cingular (now AT&T) in USA (8PSK Modulation) 18 18،‫آب‬1515
  16. 16. Version Released Info Phase 1 1992 GSM Features Phase 2 1995 GSM Features, EFR Codec, Release 96 1997 Q1 GSM Features, 14.4 kbit/s User Data Rate, Release 97 1998 Q1 GSM Features, GPRS Release 98 1999 Q1 GSM Features, AMR, EDGE, GPRS for PCS1900 18،‫آب‬1516
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  21. 21. Data rates 2 Mbit/s for stationary or walking users 384 kbit/s in a moving vehicle Applications of 3G Mobile TV Video on demand Video Conferencing Telemedicine Location-based services Global Positioning System (GPS) 18،‫آب‬1521
  22. 22. Version Released Info Release 99 2000 Q1 Specified the first UMTS 3G networks, incorporating a CDMA air interface Release 4 2001 Q2 Originally called the Release 2000 - added features including an all- IP Core Network Release 5 2002 Q1 Introduced IMS and HSDPA Release 6 2004 Q4 Integrated operation with Wireless LAN networks and adds HSUPA, MBMS, enhancements to IMS such as Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC),GAN Release 7 2007 Q4 Focuses on decreasing latency, improvements to QoS and real-time applications such as VoIP .This specification also focus on HSPA+ (High Speed Packet Access Evolution), SIM high-speed protocol and contactless front-end interface (Near Field Communication enabling operators to deliver contactless services like Mobile Payments), EDGE Evolution. 18،‫آب‬1522
  23. 23. AchievementCompanyYear 1st WIMAX use USB Wireless Modems South Korea2006 Developed WIMAX in USASprint (Clear wire)2008 1st LTE useNMT2009 1st LTE operator Available WIMAX Smartphones Metro PCS2010 Available LTE Smartphones----2011 Ending WIMAX useEurope2012 18،‫آب‬1523
  24. 24. Applications Ultra-broadband Internet access laptops with USB wireless modems smartphones, mobile devices. mobile web access IP telephony (VoLTE) gaming services high-definition mobile TV video conferencing 3D television cloud computing (Oracle uses) 18،‫آب‬1524
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  27. 27. Version Released Info Release 8 2008 Q4 First LTE release. All-IP Network (SAE). New OFDMA, FDE and MIMO based radio interface, not backwards compatible with previous CDMA interfaces. Dual- Cell HSDPA. Release 9 2009 Q4 SAES Enhancements, WiMAX and LTE/UMTS Interoperability. Dual-Cell HSDPA with MIMO, Dual-Cell HSUPA. Release 10 2011 Q1 LTE Advanced fulfilling IMT Advanced 4G requirements. Backwards compatible with release 8 (LTE). Multi-Cell HSDPA (4 carriers). Release 11 2012 Q3 Advanced IP Interconnection of Services. Service layer interconnection between national operators/carriers as well as third party application providers. Heterogeneous networks (HetNet) improvements, Coordinated Multi-Point operation (CoMP). In-device Co-existence (IDC). Release 12 Planned to 2014 Q2 Content still open (as of October 2012). Release 13 TBD Content still open (as of October 2013). 18،‫آب‬1527
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  32. 32. Comparison 18،‫آب‬1532 Technology 1G 2G/2.5G 3G 4G 5G Deployment 1970/1984 1980/1999 1990/2002 2000/2010 2014/2015 Bandwidth 2kbps 14-64kbps 2Mbps 200Mbps >1Gbps Technology Analog cellular Digital cellular Broad bandwidth /CDMA / IP technology Unified IP &seamless combo of LAN / WAN / WLAN / PAN 4G+WWWW Service Mobile telephony Digital voice, short messaging Integrated high quality audio, video & data Dynamic information access, variable devices Dynamic information access, variable devices with AI capabilities Multiplexing FDMA TDMA/CDMA CDMA CDMA CDMA Switching Circuit Circuit/circuit for access network air interface Packet except for air interface All packet All packet Core network PSTN PSTN Packet network Internet Internet Handoff Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical
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  34. 34. WiFi IEEE 802.11 vs xG 18،‫آب‬1534
  35. 35. Mobile xG 18،‫آب‬1535
  36. 36. 1- Operators (Zain – Umniah – Orange) 2- Supporters (Ericsson – Huawei – ZTE) 3- Subcontractors too many to be mentioned!!! THE MAIN VACANCY OF OUR STUDENTS IS TO WORK WITH SUBCONTRACTORS 18،‫آب‬1536
  37. 37. Training Courses needed for students : •CCNA •CWNA •2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE) •3G (WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+) •4G (WIMAX/LTE/LTE A) •5G (BDMA) •Optical Fibers •RF/IBS •Theoretically & Practically 18،‫آب‬1537
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