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Spectrum requirements for 2020 and beyond
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Presented at the ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum – Cancún, Mexico July 13-14, 2015

Jose Ayala provided Ericsson's vision on new spectrum bands required by the mobile industry for 2020 and beyond, which are being considered for the next ITU World Radio Conference in November 2015.

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Spectrum requirements for 2020 and beyond

  1. 1. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 1 Jose Luis Ayala Head of Government & Industry Relations Latam Spectrum requirements f0r 2020 and beyond ITU REGIONAL FORUM ON OPTIMIZATION AND EFFICIENT USE OF SPECTRUM
  2. 2. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 2 2020 2014 2020 › Subscriptions (M) 7,100 9,200 › MBB (M) 2,900 7,700 › Smartphone subs (M) 2,600 6,100 › Mobile Traffic (EB/Month) 3.2 30.5 › Fixed Traffic (EB/Month) 40 140 › Video (% of Mobile Traffic) 45 60 › Pop coverage (%) –GSM EDGE >85 ~95 –WCDMA/HSPA ~60 ~90 –LTE ~20 >70 9X >2X Source: Ericsson Mobility Report This slide contains forward looking statements 13X
  3. 3. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 3 Societal impact 0,3% GDP growth Doubling of broadband speeD ~1% of gdp +10% Broadband penetration 3.8% START UP OF NEW BUSINESS+1% Broadband penetration © Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson 2015 | Ericsson Internal | MWC March 2015 | Page 3
  4. 4. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 4 Technology by region
  5. 5. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 5 IMT Spectrum Needs for 2020 (AI 1.1) 400 – 1000 MHz additional spectrum needed by 2020 ITU-R WP5D Spectrum Estimate Total spectrum requirements 2020 Lower user density settings 1 340 MHz Higher user density settings 1 960 MHz Desirable spectrum characteristics Spectrum range 470 – 6425 MHz 40 MHz contiguous bandwidth Currently available spectrum per region in MHz 510 MHz 630 MHz 370 MHz 590 MHz 478 MHz 360 MHz Already identified spectrum per region ~1000 MHz 981-1181 MHz 951 MHz 885-1177 MHz 1340 - 1960 MHz Spectrum needs 2020 High and low user density
  6. 6. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 6 26b Connected devices in 2020 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Fixed phones Mobile phones PC/Laptop/Ta blets Consumer Electronics M2M 2014 2020 1.35 7.32 1.42 3.90 2.50 4.39 7.10 9.23 1.13 1.03 13.5 26Figures in Billions to the right Y axis in Millions Source: Ericsson Mobility Report This slide contains forward looking statements
  7. 7. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 7 One network - multiple industries 5G 10-100X End-user Data Rates 5X Lower Latency 10-100X Connected Devices 10X Battery Life 1000X Mobile Data Volumes
  8. 8. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 8 Spectrum usage principles Unlicensed Dedicated to Wi-Fi >500 MHz today License Assisted Access - Efficient for indoor / controlled environments and short ranges - Unpredictable quality of service - Reliable at low load, unreliable at high load Licensed Dedicated Mainstream approach for MBB 350 MHz now, need 1500-2000 MHz - Efficient for large area and population coverage - Predictable quality of service - Reliable at high load at all times - Affordable, economies of scale, high valuations Licensed Shared Access Complementary for MBB - Fast unlocking of mobile spectrum - Either-or usage between incumbent and licensee - Predictable quality of service - Protects incumbent, lends investment security Complementing dedicated licensed spectrum FDD and TDD Dynamic TDD Full Duplex
  9. 9. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 9 5g radio and spectrum New radio-access technology Existing spectrum Below 6 GHz Interworking New spectrum Above 6 GHz New spectrum below 6 GHz Evolution of LTE Backwards compatible Overall 5G solution 1 GHz 3 GHz 10 GHz 30 GHz 100 GHz 1 GHz 3 GHz 10 GHz 30 GHz 100 GHz Gradual migration Wrc-15 AI 1.1 Wrc-15 AI 10
  10. 10. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 10 470 - 694/698 1 350 - 1 400 1 427 - 1 452 1 452 - 1 492 1 492 - 1 518 1 518 - 1 525 1 695 - 1 710 Potential candidate bands (AI 1.1 – IMT & RLAN) 2 700 - 2 900 3 300 - 3 400 3 400 - 3 600 3 600 - 3 700 3 700 - 3 800 3 800 - 4 200 4 400 - 4 500 4 500 - 4 800 4 800 – 4 990 5 350 - 5 470 5 725 - 5 850 5 925 - 6 425
  11. 11. © Ericsson 2015 | ITU Regional Forum on Optimization and Efficient Use of Spectrum July 2015 | Page 12 preliminary agenda for WRC-19 (AI 10) BWs: min 350 MHz to 1 GHz a few to several Gbps 80 – 200 MHz per operator CA available, possibly also with bands below 6 GHz BWs: ~ 1 – 5 GHz 10 Gbps and above many 100 MHz to 1 GHz per operator CA available, possibly also with bands below 30 GHz 6 GHz 20 GHz 100 GHz Outdoor-to-indoor penetration Hot-spot and indoor deployments Outdoor, hot-spot and indoor deployments 30 GHz BW: ~1 GHz several Gbps > 300 MHz per operator CA available, possibly also with bands below 20 GHz

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