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Description:

This insight evaluates the impact of new radio technologies on spectrum management. It evaluates how these enhancements will help maximize the use of radio spectrum. It focuses on spectrum sharing with analyses on cognitive radio, white spaces, LSA (Licensed Shared Access) and LTE in unlicensed spectrum.


Region:

Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Tanzania, United Kingdom, USA

Table Of Contents

Spectrum Watch - Insight 3 (December 2013) - New radio technologies and their impact on spectrum management - Will spectrum sharing become mainstream?
1. Key findings 5
2. Technological innovations to facilitate spectrum management and usage 6
2.1. Cognitive Radio Systems 6
2.1.1. Advantages and drawbacks of spectrum sharing 6
2.1.2. ASA/LSA 8
2.1.3. White spaces 11
2.2. Carrier aggregation is part of the answer to asymmetrical traffic . 17
2.3. Progress in antennas 20
2.4. HetNets 21
2.5. LTE in unlicensed spectrum 22
3. New radio technologies and their impact on spectrum management . 23
Tables

Table 1: New radio technologies impact on spectrum management 5
Table 2: Pros and cons of spectrum sharing 6
Table 3: Advantages and risks/constraints of the LSA concept 9
Table 4: Bands supported by the iPhone 5S and 5C 10
Table 5: White spaces status 13
Table 6: Possible UE RF architectures for LTE-Advanced resource aggregation 18
Table 7: Advantages and drawbacks of new radio technologies 23
Table 8: New radio technologies impact on spectrum management 24


Figures

Figure 1: Sharing with radars using DFS mechanism 7
Figure 2: Licensed Shared Access principle 8
Figure 3: White spaces principle 11
Figure 4: White spaces characteristics 11
Figure 5: WiFi and white spaces ranges 12
Figure 6: Development of standards for TV white spaces 12
Figure 7: Scope of 802.19.1 13
Figure 8: Weightless white space range 14
Figure 9: The Claudville deployment 15
Figure 10: Microsoft white space tool 16
Figure 11: Release 10 LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation 17
Figure 12: Carrier aggregation example 19
Figure 13: Supplemental downlink principle 20
Figure 14: DOCOMO smart vertical antenna technology systems 21
Figure 15: HetNet using combination of macro- and small cells 22
Figure 16: Use of LTE in unlicensed bands 22

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