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  • Seizo ONOE CTO and EVP

    NTT DOCOMO, INC.

    The Brooklyn 5G Summit IEEE International Conference on Communications 23-27 May 2016 // Kuala Lumpur // Malaysia

    5G and Beyond

    - 5G Myths and Realities -

  • Copyright© 2015 NTT DOCOMO, Inc. All rights reserved

    History from 1G to 4G

    April 8, 2015 42Seizo ONOE

    Detailsand the Next

    2000s

    2000 2005 2010

    LTE/LTE-Advanced

    4GOFDMA/SCFDMA100M-1Gbps Experiments

    Super3G Concept

    3G

    1980 1985 1990

    1GAnalogue Cellular

    TDMAConcept

    GSM/PDC/TDMA

    2G

    Paper by Dr. KinoshitaICC’81 and IEEE Trans. VT, 1982

    1980s

    2010s

    2010 2015 2020

    Now what?4G 5G

    1990s

    1990

    2G

    1995 2000

    WCDMA2Mbps Experiments

    3G

    WCDMA/CDMA2000

    10Gbps Experiments at 11GHz

    Chronological table

    2020s

    2020 2025 2030

    5G

    2030 2035 2040

    7G6G

    5G

    OFDMA

    TDMA

    WCDMA

    No contentsNo technology

    4G

    3G

    2G

    It’s a marketing gimmick after

    3G, while technologies were

    there before 5G

    No single representative technology, butthere are several candidate technologiesand the combinations of technologies create new technologies and solutions.

    5G Technology

    No Tech

    Boom: 5G is hype?

    “In early 2000s, there was a concrete 4G technology,

    but no one called it 4G.

    Today, there are no contents of 5G, but everyone

    talks about 5G.”

  • The Brooklyn 5G Summit

    5G Myths and Realities

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    Partially “Yes” and millimeter wave is

    a key for 5G.

    However, it’s not all.

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    5G provides Higher data speed and Higher capacity.

    Broader spectrum bandwidth

    Higher frequency spectrum

    Larger propagation loss

    Shorter coverage

    5G is a Hotspot system for complementary use.

    Existing spectrum New spectrum

    Frequency

    e.g. 3-10GHz e.g. 10-30GHz e.g. > 30GHz

    A wrong story I don’t like

    Let’s tackle the challenge of achieving wide coverage

    as cellular systems even with higher spectrum.

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    •Spectra are independent of technology generations.

    (ITU identifies IMT bands, not 5G bands.)

    •5G doesn’t necessarily need new bands, while new

    spectrum is key to extremely high performance. 5G uses new bands as well as existing bands with combinations

    from the beginning (and eventually by refarming).

    Existing spectrum New spectrum

    e.g. 3-10GHz e.g. 10-30GHz e.g. > 30GHz

  • LTE Spectrum Fragmentation

    13 17

    700 800 850 1500 1800 1900 2100 2300 2600

    20 5 18 19 11 21 3 4 2 1 40 7 38

    [MHz]

    Band #

    US

    13 17 4 2

    Europe

    20 3 7

    China

    40 38 Japan

    18 19 11 21 3 1

    Korea 5 3

    Australia 3

    Hong Kong 3 7

    Philippines 1

    1

    Existing bands for 3G

    • We don’t need to cry over the LTE spectrum fragmentation.

    • Let’s use the existing bands for LTE and

    encourage enhancement of multi-band support in devices.

  • July 23, 2014 10 Seizo ONOE

    3G 3G 3G

    LTE 3G 3G

    f

    3G LTE

    Effective Use of 2.1GHz band

    f

    3G 3G 3G 3G 3G 3G LTE 3G f f

    3G LTE

    f

    3G 3G 3G 3G 3G 3G f

    3G devices

    3G devices

    3G devices

    3G devices

    LTE2100 devices

    LTE devices (2100/ 2600 e.g.)

    LTE devices 3G devices

    3G devices

    DOCOMO in Japan

    in Europe, Asia etc. LTE Roaming

    At LTE launch with 2.1GHz

    After LTE launch with other than 2.1GHz

    In the future

    In the future

    Before LTE launch

    Before LTE launch

    2.1GHz 2.1GHz 2.1GHz

    2.1GHz 2.1GHz

    LTE Roaming

    LTE devices (2100/2600)

    After spread of LTE2100 devices, LTE2100 NW can be introduced easily. It is suggested to implement LTE2100 in devices even when the NW does

    not support LTE2100.

    2.1GHz

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    ITU defines IMT-2020 but it does NOT define 5G

    in the recommendations.

  • 4G LTE

    Evolution of Mobile Technology

    2020 2025 2030

    2010 2015 2020

    LTE-Advanced LTE 4G

    5G+ 5G

    mmW

    IMT-Advanced IMT-2000

    IMT-2020 5G could be started from IMT-Advanced ITU

    ITU

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    ITU defines IMT-2020 but it does NOT define 5G

    in the recommendations.

    ITU Press Release may cause confusion, like 4G

    in the past.

  • 5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    Myths about 5G

    It may happen eventually but not in the short term.

    5G will be overlaid over 4G.

    Some equipment could be upgraded by software.

    4G

    5G 5G

  • 5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    Myths about 5G

    People are trying to jump on the 5G bandwagon.

    5G 5G

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    Macro

    Cell

    Small

    Cell Small

    Cell

    Small

    Cell

  • 5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    Myths about 5G

    4G 5G

  • Myths about 5G

    5G is millimeter wave technology.

    5G is a hot spot system.

    5G needs new 5G spectra.

    5G is IMT-2020 defined by ITU.

    5G replaces 4G.

    For 5G, all things need something new.

    5G needs significant investment.

    A vague sense of worry

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  • The Brooklyn 5G Summit

    5G Myths and Realities Realities

    Time Plan

    Requirements

    Spectrum

    Technologies

    R&D activities

    Technology Convergence

  • Time Plan

    The Brooklyn 5G Summit

    Realities -Time Plan

    -Requirements

    -Spectrum

    -Technologies

    -R&D activities

    -Technology Convergence

    Conclusion

    Myths

  • 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 202x

    DOCOMO’s Time Plan

    WRC15 WRC19

    Study Item

    5G launch

    Requirements Proposals Specifications

    IMT-2020

    Research, Experiments

    Trial

    Development 5G 5G+ ・・・

    Rel. 15 Rel. 16 Rel. X

  • Worry about

    fragmentation due to early

    deployment of 5G

    Brooklyn 2016 Panel

  • Numbers of Operators

    October 14, 2015 26 Seizo ONOE

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  • “DOCOMO’s Change and Challenge to Achieve New Growth” 31 October, 2008

    One of the First Group

    October 14, 2015 Seizo ONOE 27

    CEO Mr. Yamada

  • Numbers of Operators

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    LTE

    http://www.nttdocomo.com/http://www.teliasonera.com/http://www.teliasonera.com/

  • Global Status of LTE Deployment

    2009 2010 2011 2012

    日本

    海外

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    rld

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    AXGP (TD-LTE)

    • Globally, many operators have launched LTE.

    • DOCOMO launched LTE as one of the leading operators in the world.

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    3G ・・・

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    Jun.00 Jun.01

    3G launch

    Development

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  • March 14, 2001

    DoCoMoDoCoMo handsets

    NW of other operatorsin Europe, etc.

    Carry out testing

    in both directions

    to confirm

    connectivity

    From May 2001 R99

    Starting in 2002Third partyhandsets

    Available in

    Spring 2002

    Available in 2002R99

    DoCoMo handsets

    Available in

    May 2001R99

    W-CDMA system connectivity

    The DoCoMo network and handsets to be adopted in May 2001 (at time of service launch) comply with Release 99 specifications.

    Amendments to Release 99 will continue in 3GPP. NTT DoCoMo will also comply with these future changes, and will update network/handsets accordingly.

    DoCoMo will provide global roaming services with operators in Europe, etc. (whose 3G services start in 2002). Connectivity testing to take place prior to offering global roaming service.

    Updated in Spring 2002

    DOCOMO’s network handles both versions of Rel. 99 protocols, so that DOCOMO can continue to provide 3G services for initial users and global services for new users.

    The front runner should take responsibility for service continuity and global deployment avoiding fragmentation. Brooklyn 2016 Panel

    Jun.00

    Jun.01

  • Requirements

    What is 5G?

    The Brooklyn 5G Summit

    Realities -Time Plan

    -Requirements

    -Spectrum

    -Technologies

    -R&D activities

    -Technology Convergence

    Conclusion

    Myths

  • Enhanced Mobile Broadband

    IoT • Massive machine type

    communications

    • Ultra-reliable and low latency

    communications

    New Business Models and

    Ecosystem across Industries

    5G Requirements and Capabilities

  • 2020

    NB-IoT 5G-IoT

    NEW

    Cat.M Cat.0

    Cat.1 4G LTE

    Hig

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    IoT

    Enhanced Mobile Broadband 5G Mobile

    Broadband

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    2020

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  • 5G Technology

    The Brooklyn 5G Summit

    Realities -Time Plan

    -Requirements

    -Spectrum

    -Technologies

    -R&D activities

    -Technology Convergence

    Conclusion

    Myths

  • 5G provides Higher data speed and Higher capacity.

    Broader spectrum bandwidth Higher frequency spectrum Larger propagation loss Shorter coverage

    5G is a Hotspot system for complementary use.

    Existing spectrum New spectrum

    Frequency

    e.g. 3-10GHz e.g. 10-30GHz e.g. > 30GHz

    A wrong story I don’t like

    Let’s tackle the challenge of achieving wide coverage

    as cellular systems even with higher spectrum.

  • Copyright© 2016 NTT DOCOMO, Inc. All rights reserved

    Massive MIMO: Coverage Extension

    : : : :

    20,40,80 cm

    0.7l

    Antenna

    Evaluation assumptions: - Tx power: 33 dBm

    - Tx bandwidth: 100 MHz

    - Target Rx SNR: -4 dB

    - Antenna gain per antenna element: 5 dBi

    - Path loss model: ITU-R Urban Micro

    NLOS

    BS antenna height: 10m

    - Shadowing margin: 0 dB

    - Penetration loss: 0 dB (outdoor user)

    - Rx noise figure: 9 dB

    April 21, 2016 Seizo ONOE 40

    300m

    600m

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    0m

    : : : :

    20,40,80 cm

    0.7l

    Antenna

    1200m

    Evaluation assumptions: - Tx power: 33 dBm

    - Tx bandwidth: 100 MHz

    - Target Rx SNR: -4 dB

    - Antenna gain per antenna

    element: 5 dBi

    - Path loss model: ITU-R Urban Micro

    NLOS

    BS antenna height: 10m

    - Shadowing margin: 0 dB

    - Penetration loss: 0 dB

    (outdoor user)

    - Rx noise figure: 9 dB

    : : : :

    80 cm

    40 cm

    20 cm

    Antenna

    850m

    626m

    294m

    1240m

    3.5GHz

    4x4

    7x7

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    10GHz

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    630m

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    Tx power

    33 dBm

    NOMA

    64m

    402m

    587m

    853m

    30GHz

    29x29

    58x58

    115x115

    77x77

  • Copyright© 2016 NTT DOCOMO, Inc. All rights reserved

    Massive MIMO and Advanced C-RAN (Phantom cell)

    April 21, 2016 41 Seizo ONOE

    Adaptive Array Systems had a problem in coverage for common channels.

    Small cell

    Massive MIMO

    ? is about increasing the number of antennas.

    Macro cell

    The combination of

    Massive MIMO and

    Advanced C-RAN Enhancement (Phantom cell)

    will provide adequate cell coverage even with higher frequency bands.

    “an excellent feature”

    蛮力

    NOMA

    The implementation technology is key.

    力業“Brute force”

    “Feat of strength”

  • Semi-macro Cell

    Google

    Dresden, Germany Semi-macro Cell

    Semi-macro Cell

    Macro Cell

    Massive-MIMO and Advanced C-RAN (Phantom cell)

  • 5G R&D Activities

    The Brooklyn 5G Summit

    Realities -Time Plan

    -Requirements

    -Spectrum

    -Technologies

    -R&D activities

    -Technology Convergence

    Conclusion

    Myths

  • UHF bands Ex. 800MHz, 2GHz

    Frequency

    Low SHF bands 3-6GHz

    High SHF bands 6-30GHz

    EHF bands > 30GHz

    5G Experimental Trials in DOCOMO with World-leading Vendors

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  • Ultra Wideband @ 70GHz band Beam Tracking for Mobility

    G7 ICT Ministers’ Meeting

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  • DOCOMO and Nokia Achieves World’s First Real Time 8K

    Video Transmission Using 5G Radio Access Technology

    May 24, 2016

    Base Station

    8K Real-time Encoder

    8K Display

    Mobile Station 8K Decoder

    TOKYO, JAPAN, May 24, 2016—NTT DOCOMO, INC. announced today that it has

    achieved the world’s first wireless real-time transmission of 8K video deploying radio

    access technology for 5G mobile communications systems, in a trial jointly conducted with

    Nokia on May 19.

  • MS #1

    BS ant.

    MS #2

    Multi-User MIMO @ 15GHz band (Indoor) 10 Gbps user throughput 20 Gbps cell throughput

    Multi-User MIMO @ 15GHz band (Outdoor) 10 Gbps user throughput 20 Gbps cell throughput

    BS ant.

    MS #2

    MS #1

    10 - 70 m 9 m

    http://www.google.co.jp/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwj-n7yggIrLAhWIHaYKHXvTD2MQjRwIBw&url=http://karriere.rohde-schwarz.de/en/career/home/&psig=AFQjCNF4wv6aBOmFCfm_LtVKC8Kul_7JNg&ust=1456183441455329http://www.google.co.jp/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwifnbfggIrLAhUEG6YKHV4GBZYQjRwIBw&url=http://eetimes.jp/ee/articles/1401/08/news093.html&psig=AFQjCNFTjaojMIeE-pK-1cBZe7VfRc6r8A&ust=1456183566813120http://www.google.co.jp/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwimnKSfgorLAhUC2KYKHWKWAaEQjRwIBw&url=http://ggsoku.com/2013/10/panasonic-plasma-lost/&psig=AFQjCNFr_MgilGMGj8oloGQTwTtFRSz87g&ust=1456183966957536http://www.google.co.jp/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjKg4K8g4rLAhXm5KYKHe88AFcQjRwIBw&url=http://logonoid.com/qualcomm-logo/&psig=AFQjCNFf0quXmmM7fOQRj9WMeNjwfIna7g&ust=1456184313343040http://www.google.co.jp/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwj_pLvZg4rLAhXhGaYKHa0oB20QjRwIBw&url=http://software-carpentry.org/blog/2015/12/intel-sponsor-wise-uk.html&psig=AFQjCNEldi7OYm4QkL3Iqwz2ilYUN25pag&ust=1456184375970181http://www.google.co.jp/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjrhJX8g4rLAhVBraYKHXnhBPkQjRwIBw&url=http://www.fujitsu.com/us/about/local/corporate/subsidiaries/fcpa/resources/photos/logos/&psig=AFQjCNHgh_gB2yi88z0TNjEFL5snzF8pIw&ust=1456184448180884

  • Today

    1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040

    Launch Peak

    1G - AMPS

    2G - GSM

    3G - WCDMA

    4G - LTE

    5G -

    6G -

    セルラー技術の世代 - 世界マーケット

    7G -

    Cellular Technology Generations - the worldwide market

  • 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040

    Launch Peak

    1G - Analogue

    2G - PDC

    3G - WCDMA

    4G - LTE

    5G -

    6G -

    Shut down

    セルラー技術の世代 - 先進マーケット

    Today

    先進マーケットが技術開発をリードし、 やがて、その技術が世界中に浸透していく。

    Penetration speed per market

    7G -

    Cellular Technology Generations - the advanced market

    The advanced market leads the technology then the technology penetrates the whole worldwide market.

  • Conclusion

    The Brooklyn 5G Summit

    Conclusion

    Myths

    Realities -Time Plan

    -Requirements

    -Spectrum

    -Technologies

    -R&D activities

    -Technology Convergence

  • 5G is a boom, creating some myths about 5G. 5G should not end up with hype.

    Instead, 5G should become realities of technology and capability in 2020 and beyond.

    Conclusion

  • The new of today, the norm of tomorrow

    NEW