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実践的スモールセル導入の課題

Practical Small Cell Deployment Challenges

発行 ABI Research 商品コード 322302
出版日 ページ情報 英文
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実践的スモールセル導入の課題 Practical Small Cell Deployment Challenges
出版日: 2015年01月05日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、サイト取得、バックホールおよび電力供給など、スモールセル導入にあたっての課題について議論しており、これらの各領域におけるベストプラクティスまたは主要提言の特定、および主要企業のプロファイルなどをまとめ、お届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 イントロダクション

第3章 サイト取得・設置

  • 規制
  • 一般人の受け入れ
  • 計画と許可
  • 美的感覚
  • SON
  • セキュリティ
  • ベストプラクティスの提案

第4章 バックホール

  • ワイヤレスバックホールトポロジー
  • スペクトルライセンシング
  • 周波数
  • 有線バックホールトポロジー
  • ファイバー vs.マイクロ波
  • Sub-6 GHz vs.60 GHz
  • マイクロ波 vs. ミリ波
  • Pole Sway および Link Stability3
  • ベストプラクティスの提案

第5章 電力

  • ベストプラクティスの提案

第6章 結論

第7章 主要ベンダー

  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Amdocs
  • AT&T
  • Cisco
  • CommScope
  • DragonWave
  • Ericsson
  • NEC (日本電気)
  • Nokia
  • Siklu
  • Towerstream
  • Zayo
  • Zinwave

第8章 参照

図表

目次
Product Code: AN-1275

Mobile communications stands at a crossroads and networks must adapt to a relentless increase in traffic demand while minimizing CAPEX. Mobile networks are increasingly congested and Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) must move to maximize network coverage and capacity. Traditional macrocell networks may not scale effectively to improve coverage and capacity even after common network enhancement techniques such as obtaining more spectrum, sectorization, and advanced antenna techniques are used.

One strategy for tackling this traffic demand is for the MNO to build a cost effective small cell underlay as an integral part of the operator's network. This network densification technique involves fully integrating the small cell underlay with the macro Radio Access Network (RAN), ensuring adequate backhaul and power are available to each small cell site and that the appropriate permissions and rights of way have been obtained from the site owner or landlord.

In this report we discuss the challenges involved in site acquisition, backhaul, and power provisioning and identify best practices or recommendations for each of these areas.

For site acquisition we discuss regulation, public acceptance, planning and permits, aesthetics, SON, and security. In the backhaul section we discuss both wired and wireless technologies and compare the relative merits of fiber versus microwave, sub 6GHz versus 60GHz, and microwave versus millimeter wave. We also look at the implications of pole sway and tilt on the backhaul link and discuss spectrum licensing. Finally in the area of power provisioning we discuss backup power, Power over Ethernet (PoE), and power provisioning to street furniture

We also provide short profiles of 13 companies heavily involved in small cell rollouts and who are offering professional services to accelerate small cell planning, rollout and operation. These companies range from small cell and backhaul OEMs to infrastructure owners and operators.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW

2. INTRODUCTION

3. SITE ACQUISITION AND INSTALLATION

  • 3.1. Regulation
  • 3.2. General Public Acceptance
  • 3.3. Planning and Permitting
  • 3.4. Aesthetics
  • 3.5. SON
  • 3.6. Security
  • 3.7. Suggested Best Practices

4. BACKHAUL

  • 4.1. Wireless Backhaul Topologies
  • 4.2. Spectrum Licensing
  • 4.3. Frequency
  • 4.4. Wireline Backhaul Topologies
  • 4.5. Fiber versus Microwave
  • 4.6. Sub-6 GHz versus 60 GHz
  • 4.7. Microwave versus Millimeter Wave
  • 4.8. Pole Sway and Link Stability3
  • 4.9. Suggested Best Practices

5. POWER

  • 5.1. Suggested Best Practices

6. CONCLUSION

7. SELECTED VENDORS

  • 7.1. Alcatel-Lucent
  • 7.2. Amdocs
  • 7.3. AT&T
  • 7.4. Cisco
  • 7.5. CommScope
  • 7.6. DragonWave
  • 7.7. Ericsson
  • 7.8. NEC
  • 7.9. Nokia
  • 7.10. Siklu
  • 7.11. Towerstream
  • 7.12. Zayo
  • 7.13. Zinwave

8. REFERENCES

Charts

  • 1. Worldwide Outdoor Small Cell Shipments by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2014 to 2019
  • 2. Worldwide Outdoor Small Cell Shipment Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2014 to 2019

Figures

  • 1. Potential Wireless Backhaul Topology
  • 2. Potential Wireline Backhaul Topology
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