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MD T M -800/1800/2000 CDMA Fiber-Optic Multi-Drop Repeater High Performance with Cost-Effectiveness for

MD TM -800/1800/2000

CDMA Fiber-Optic Multi-Drop Repeater

High Performance with Cost-Effectiveness for IS-95C/IMT-2000

For more information on INNOACE’s CDMA multi-drop repeater and capabilities, please call :

+82-2-2101-2305 (office) Visit our web site at http://www.innoace.com This document is for planning purposes only and is not intended to modify or supplement any INNOACE specifications or warranties relating to these products and services.

Copyright© 2004 INNOACE, Inc. All rights reserved. January 2004

INNOACE, Inc.

CDMA, Radio on Fiber for Mobile Internet

SK Telecom SNU R&D Center 3F, San 4-1, Bongcheon-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul, Korea

I want to extend my network into rural areas to fill up coverage holes, but putting a big BTS out there just isn’t economical.

putting a big BTS out there just isn’t economical. ” A solution for coverage expansion to
A solution for coverage expansion to minimize capital, real estate, turn-up time and personal requirements
A solution for coverage expansion to minimize capital, real estate, turn-up time and personal
requirements is urgently sought.
Roamer traffic represents roughly 10~20 % of a service
providers revenue.
Even so, it’s more appropriate and economical to extend coverage to
the edges of your territory with INNOACE’s fiber-optic multi-drop repeater.
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Simulcast
The CDMA radio signals are simulcast from multiple repeaters, so there is no hand-off
when user moves between two repeaters
Merits
Simple and inexpensive way to increase coverage : No hand-off
Provide additional diversity against fading : In-building coverage, TX antenna diversity
Small mobile TX power : Long battery life due to nearby antenna, reduce other cell
interference
No additional rental fees by sharing fiber-optic network for multiple operators and
multi-services operation.
Easy add-up new repeaters

Putting a pico-BTS per building and installing many active distribution antenna are not economical to expand CDMA in- building coverage.

Current market estimates indicate that as much as 35% of the future market for base
Current market estimates indicate that as much as 35% of the future market for base
stations may be related to in-building services.
In response to market and competitive
pressures, we recommend our cost-effective fiber-optic multi-drop repeater system for
enhancing the service provider’s public system coverage and providing premium private
services to business and institutional customers by extending their coverage into buildings.
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Fiber-optic multi-drop repeater
could give the following merits for wireless service providers.
Traffic distribution by assigning a sector resources
No inter-frequency hard handover scheme is required
High-rise buildings can be addressed by using the existing BTS resources.
To compare with the high-speed wireline solution, low capacity solution is not
appropriate for building customers because the capacity and the quality in CDMA
have a trade-off condition. : High capacity is ready
No change or additional optical fiber/passive LCX/antenna installation is required to
provide IMT-2000 mobile internet services. : Cost-effective and fast deployment

TECHNO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

By Percent

50

40

30

20

10

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By Percent 50 40 30 20 10 - 12345 Number of FA OA&M and Fiber Rental

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Number of FA

OA&M and Fiber Rental (4 years)Cell Site Construction System Investment

Cell Site ConstructionOA&M and Fiber Rental (4 years) System Investment

System InvestmentOA&M and Fiber Rental (4 years) Cell Site Construction

This graph shows 4-year potential savings using the fiber-optic repeater systems for hole filling, capacity
This graph shows 4-year
potential savings using the
fiber-optic repeater systems
for hole filling, capacity relief
by removing pilot pollution
area and new networks
compared with the existing 3-
sectored BTS according to
the number of frequency
assignment (FA). The span of
optical link is assumed to be 5
km. Actual costs for specific
installations may vary.

I want to further reduce the leased line fee in the simulcast areas, hilly or mountainous area and urban in-building or underground area

INNOACE’s CDMA multi-drop repeater (MD-800) INNOACE’s CDMA multi-drop repeater (MD-800) (Total Optic Fiber Length
INNOACE’s CDMA multi-drop repeater (MD-800)
INNOACE’s CDMA multi-drop repeater (MD-800)
(Total Optic Fiber Length Leased = L1+L2+L3+L4)
(Total Optic Fiber Length Leased = L1+L2+L3+L4)
The bi-directional passive double star network provides fiber gain, requires only one optical source for
The bi-directional passive double star network provides fiber gain, requires only one optical source
for the forward link, and mitigates the frequency requirements of various optical and electrical
components. For the above configuration, the fiber reduction is 3L1+2L2+L3. By installing a 2-
core optical fiber cable, additional 20 % cabling cost could be reduced compared to the installation
of general 12-core optical fiber cable.

The CDMA Multi-Drop Repeater

Compact, Economical, and Easy to Deploy

The CDMA multi-drop repeater is a cost-effective, compact remote antenna system that works with the existing CDMA systems as well as evolving CDMA third generation standards. Flexible, compact, and easy to deploy, the CDMA fiber-optic multi-drop repeater offers excellent, cost-effective solutions for a coverage expansion.

With the CDMA multi-drop repeater you can:

High power and multi-FA operation

Extend your service capabilities into remote areas inexpensively

Fill holes in troublesome tunnels, valleys, and over water

Providing in-building or campus coverage

Providing a solution for pilot pollution

Highway, railway coverage expansion

Autonomous Link Gain Control

The CDMA fiber-optic multi-drop repeater solves a variety of challenges faced in CDMA system deployment. Most of all, the gain of the reverse link can be monitored and controlled autonomously.

Mobile TX power in the simulcast areas is stable due to this

function. Easy installation of the repeaters without any expensive

instrument (ex: spectrum analyzer). Easy optimization and fast maintenance.

Versatile, Easy to Install and Operate

and fast maintenance. Versatile, Easy to Install and Operate Multi-FA for IS-95C Any 6 FA’s +3

Multi-FA for IS-95C Any 6 FA’s +3 FA’s 3 W/FA for 8 FA’s Autonomous Gain Control Multi-Drop ( > 3) Easy to Install Pole-Mount Passive Cooling Low Cost

The CDMA multi-drop repeaters are so flexible and lightweight, they can be deployed at sites where traditional base stations do not fit. The MD-800 can be mounted on existing structures such as buildings, billboards and street poles – in many cases, eliminating site acquisition, zoning approvals and construction expenses. Because the cabinet is thermally efficient, the MD-800 operates quietly and reliably without the need for fans. Testing shows it withstands high winds, rain and other environmental stresses.

The Multi-Drop Repeater : Engineered for Efficient, Centralized Control

Operation & Maintenance Center (OMC) supports remote operations, administration, and maintenance of the fiber-optic multi-drop repeater. Central operator or cell site technicians can perform software upgrades.

or cell site technicians can perform software upgrades. Revolutionary Technology that Protects your Investment The

Revolutionary Technology that Protects your Investment

The fiber-optic multi-drop repeater system is compatible with the existing PCS or Digital Cellular Services (DCS) systems &

networks.

Radio (INNOACE) access network is independent of the different channels and gives flexibility in evolution scenarios. Moreover, for very large throughput,

Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) can be implemented on the same access network. A centralized call processing for simulcast operation provided the optimum network performance by responding to the

traffic changes dynamically.

that this network could also be used for IMT-2000 service based on the wide-band CDMA technology. Furthermore, the future Broadband-ISDN (B-ISDN) Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)-/Internet Protocol(IP)-based intelligent network can be easily interfaced with this access network, and various kinds of services can be provided through this public INNOACE access network.

The proposed Hybrid Fiber-

We believe

MD TM -800*

PARAMETERS

SPECIFICATIONS

Air Interface

Standards

IS-95

ANSI-J-STD-008

for 850 MHz

for 1.9 GHz**

IS 2000 (3G 1X)**,

W-CDMA**

Cabinet Housing

Indoor/Outdoor Weatherized Passive Cooling Wall/Pole/Rooftop Mounted Lightning Protectors

Antenna

Omni/Directional (Duplex/Simplex) Receive Antenna Diversity

Configurations

Number of Sectors

1 (per one core of fiber)

Number of Drops

More than 3

Number of Carriers

More than 8 FAs

RF Output Power

~

3 Watts/FA

Supporting

7,762 subscribers + (for 9 FAs)

Subscribers

MBS interface

One core of SMF AC Power supply

Fiber Link Length

~

20 km

AC Service

220 Vac (50~60 Hz)

Operating

-20 ~ +45 o C @ max. RF Power

Temperature

Weight

~70 kg

Dimension

100cmH x 42cmW x 30cmD

* MD (Multi-Drop) – 800 MHz

** Development Period

+ Assuming that each user makes a 2-minutes call every hour

1~2 Months