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スモールセルおよびバックホールソリューション:市場・技術動向

Small Cells and Backhaul Solutions: Markets and Technologies Trends

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スモールセルおよびバックホールソリューション:市場・技術動向 Small Cells and Backhaul Solutions: Markets and Technologies Trends
出版日: 2013年10月13日 ページ情報: 英文 149 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、スモールセルとそのバックホールソリューション技術および市場分析を提供しており、主要企業のプロファイルを盛り込み、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 4G時代

  • 移行
  • 標準的な機能
  • 成長

第3章 スモールセル

  • スモールセルのまん延
  • 命名手順
  • 特性
  • アプリケーション
  • メリット・課題
  • スモールセル市場

第4章 スモールセルバックホール

  • 仕様
  • 要件
  • 種類
  • IEEE積立金
  • 市場特徴

第5章 スモールセル産業

  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • AirHop Communications
  • Airvana
  • Cavium
  • Cisco
  • Comba
  • Contela
  • Ericsson
  • 富士通
  • Huawai
  • IP.access
  • Juni
  • Maxim
  • mimoON
  • Minieum
  • Mindspeed
  • NEC(日本電気)
  • Nokia Siemens Networks
  • PureWave
  • Quortus
  • Radisys
  • Ruckus Wireless
  • Samsung
  • Tektelic
  • Ubee-AirWalk
  • Ubiquisys (acquired by Cisco in 2013)
  • TI
  • Xilinx
  • ZTE

第6章 スモールセルバックホール産業

  • Airspan (integrated Wireless Backhaul - NLOS)
  • Alcatel-Lucent (60 GHz およびその他)
  • Aviat (E-band)
  • Blinq (サブ - 6 GHz)
  • Cambridge Broadband (モバイルワイヤレスバックホール)
  • Ceragon (いくつかのソリューション)
  • DragonWave (いくつかのソリューション)
  • LightPointe (60 GHz およびその他)
  • NEC (60 GHz)
  • Radwin (sub-6 GHz)
  • Siklu (60 GHz)
  • Sub10 Systems (60 GHz; E-band)
  • Taqua (マイクロ波NLOS)

第7章 結論

  • 付録?:60GHz---SCバックホール
  • 付録?:ホワイトスペース通信

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目次

One of the major trends in current mobile networks developments is evolution towards small cells (SC) technologies. It is expected that in a couple of years small cell structures will prevail; and successfully compete with other types of applicable technologies. Often, an open issue for small cells is backhaul, which may be a major part of the total network Capex. It is no wander that the industry pays a lot of attention to develop cost-efficient backhaul solutions.

The report analyses specifics of the SC developments with an emphasis on their backhaul. The industry, technologies and market characteristics are addressed.

Two specific technologies: 60 GHz radio and White Spaces communications are analyzed in details as promising cost efficient SC backhaul solutions. They both may allow inexpensive spectrum (which in the case of White Spaces utilization may have a negligible effect on the total backhaul cost).

Table of Contents

1.0. Introduction

  • 1.1. General
  • 1.2. Trend - Small Cells Developments
  • 1.3. Scope
  • 1.4. Report Structure
  • 1.5. Research Methodology
  • 1.6. Target Audience

2.0. 4G Era

  • 2.1. Transition
  • 2.2. Typical Features
  • 2.3. Growth
    • 2.3.1. Architectures

3.0. Small Cells

  • 3.1. SC Proliferation
  • 3.2. Nomenclature
    • 3.2.1. Group
  • 3.3. Specifics
  • 3.4. Applications
    • 3.4.1. Indoor Use Cases
    • 3.4.2. Outdoor Use Cases
  • 3.5. Benefits and Issues
  • 3.6. Small Cell Market
    • 3.6.1. Market Geography
    • 3.6.2. Price Trend
    • 3.6.3. Estimate

4.0. Small Cell Backhaul

  • 4.1. Specifics
    • 4.1.1. Change
    • 4.1.2. Features
    • 4.1.3. Summary
  • 4.2. Requirements
    • 4.2.1. Challenges
  • 4.3. Types
  • 4.4. IEEE Contributions
  • 4.5. Market Characteristics

5.0. Small Cell Industry

  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • AirHop Communications
  • Airvana
  • Cavium
  • Cisco
  • Comba
  • Contela
  • Ericsson
  • Fujitsu
  • Huawai
  • IP.access
  • Juni
  • Maxim
  • mimoON
  • Minieum
  • Mindspeed
  • NEC
  • Nokia Siemens Networks
  • PureWave
  • Quortus
  • Radisys
  • Ruckus Wireless
  • Samsung
  • Tektelic
  • Ubee-AirWalk
  • Ubiquisys (acquired by Cisco in 2013)
  • TI
  • Xilinx
  • ZTE

6.0. Small Cell Backhaul Industry

  • Airspan (integrated Wireless Backhaul - NLOS)
  • Alcatel-Lucent (60 GHz and other)
  • Aviat (E-band)
  • Blinq (sub - 6 GHz)
  • Cambridge Broadband (Mobile Wireless Backhaul)
  • Ceragon (Several Solutions)
  • DragonWave (Several Solutions)
  • LightPointe (60 GHz and Other)
  • NEC (60 GHz)
  • Radwin (sub-6 GHz)
  • Siklu (60 GHz)
  • Sub10 Systems (60 GHz; E-band)
  • Taqua (Microwave NLOS)

7.0. Conclusions

  • Attachment I: 60 GHz Radio - SC Backhaul
    • I.0. 60 GHz Radio
    • I.1. General
    • I.2. Spectrum Specifics
      • I.2.1. Oxygen Absorption
    • I.3. Antenna Focus
    • I.4. Radiation Limiting at 60 GHz
    • I.5. Combined Effect
    • I.6. Progress in the Chip Technology for mmWave
      • I.6.1. Modulation
      • I.6.2. Antenna
        • I.6.2.1. Indoor Behavior
        • I.6.2.2. Outdoor Behavior
    • I.7. Wi-Fi and 60 GHz Radio
    • I.8. Summary
    • I.9. 60 GHz Radio - Developments and Market
      • I.9.1. Details - Synopsis
      • I.9.2. Place
      • I.9.3. Addressable Market
        • I.9.3.1. General
        • I.9.3.2. Drivers
        • I.9.3.3. Forecast
      • I.9.4. 60 GHz Radio - Backhaul Choice
      • I.9.5. Industry
        • Airlinx
        • Athena
        • BridgeWave
        • Ceragon
        • ComoTech
        • DragonWave
        • E-Band
        • Huber + Suhner
        • HXI (Subsidiary of Renaissance Electronics Corporation)
        • Lightpointe
        • NEC
        • Proxim
        • Solectek
        • Sub10 Systems
  • Attachment II White Spaces Communications
    • II.0. White Spaces Communications Development
    • II.1. Definition
    • II.2. Factors
    • II.3. FCC Activity
      • II.3.1. Start
      • II.3.2. Devices
      • II.3.3. Clarifications
        • II.3.3.1. Sensing
        • II.3.3.2. Power
      • II.3.4. Specifics
        • II.3.4.1. Protection
        • II.3.4.2. Frequencies
        • II.3.4.3. TVWS Database (U.S., Japan)
    • II.4. Europe: Ofcom and Other
    • II.5. Ecosystem and Use Cases
    • II.6. Industry Activity
      • II.6.1. Microsoft
      • II.6.2. Utility
      • II.6.3. Airspan Trials
      • II.6.4. Neul Trials
    • II.7. White Spaces and Related Standards
      • II.7.1. WS Alliance
      • II.7.2. WIF WS Activity
      • II.7.3. IEEE Standards
        • II.7.3.1. IEEE 802.16h-2010
          • II.7.3.1.1. Uncoordinated coexistence mechanism
          • II.7.3.1.2. Coordinated coexistence mechanism
        • II.7.3.2. IEEE 802.11af
          • II.7.3.2.1. General: Expectations - Wi-Fi on Steroids
          • II.7.3.2.2. Differences
          • II.7.3.2.3. Benefits
          • II.7.3.2.4. Specifics
          • II.7.3.2.5. Prototyping
          • II.7.3.2.6. Summary
        • II.7.3.3. IEEE 1900.4 (DySpan)
        • II.7.3.4. IEEE 1900.4a - 2011
        • II.7.3.5. IEEE P1900.4.1
        • II.7.3.6. IEEE 802.22 - 2011
          • II.7.3.6.1. General
          • II.7.3.6.2. Progress: WG 802.22 and FCC
          • II.7.3.6.3. Overview
          • II.7.3.6.4. Physical Layer - Major Characteristics
          • II.7.3.6.5. Frames
          • II.7.3.6.6. Cognitive Functions and MAC
        • II.7.3.7. IEEE 802.22.1
        • II.7.3.8. IEEE 802.22.2
        • II.7.3.9. IEEE 802.22a and 802.22b
        • II.7.3.10. 802.22 and Smart Grid Application
        • II.7.3.11. Summary
        • II.7.3.12. IEEE 802.19
        • II.7.3.13. IEEE 802.19.1
        • II.7.3.14. IEEE 802.15.4m
      • II.7.4. CogNeA and ECMA Activity
        • II.7.4.1. CogNeA
          • II.7.4.1.1. Development
        • II.7.4.2. ECMA-392-2011
      • II.7.5. IETF
    • II.8. Market
    • II.9. Industry
      • Carlson Wireless
      • KTS Wireless
      • Metric Systems
      • Neul
      • Spectrum Bridge

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1: Projection: Mobile Data Traffic Growth - Globally (Petabytes/Month)
  • Figure 2: Macro vs Small BS - Shipped (Ratio)
  • Figure 3: Base Stations Characteristics
  • Figure 4: Small Base Stations Pricing
  • Figure 5: TAM: Small Cell Base Stations Shipped Global (Mil. Units)
  • Figure 6: TAM: Small Cell Base Stations Shipped Global ($B)
  • Figure 7: TAM: SC Backhaul Equipment Shipped ($B)
  • Figure 8: TAM: SC Backhaul Equipment Shipped (Mil. Units)
  • Figure 9: 60 GHz Connections
  • Figure 10: Attenuation in 60 GHz Band
  • Figure 11: Absorption Details
  • Figure 12: Bands Features Comparison
  • Figure 13: TAM: Global Sales of 60 GHz Radio - Fixed Point-to-Point ($B)
  • Figure 14: TVWS Channels
  • Figure 15: UK - Spectrum
  • Figure 16: Architecture
  • Figure 17: TVWS Market

List of Tables:

  • Table 1: BS Classification
  • Table 2: Summary: Backhaul
  • Table 3: Comparison
  • Table 4: Directivity
  • Table 5: 60 GHz Links Characteristics
  • Table 6: 60 GHz Link Characteristics
  • Table 7: TV Channels
  • Table 8: IEEE Standards
  • Table 9: Use Cases
  • Table 10: Major Characteristics: IEEE 802.22
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