ࡱ> ` Dbjbj 8l2<`12(2(2(2(V*V*V*j*r[r[r[8[<[\j*>N\"p\(\\\```$;h"V*c ``cc"2(2(\\t72KmKmKmc2(\V*\KmcKmKm)V*\B\ `Irr[jNxJdi¸FlV* x`ZahKmaTb```""lp```ccccj*j*j*DFj*j*j*Fj*j*j*2(2(2(2(2(2( Cover sheet for response to an Ofcom consultation BASIC DETAILS Consultation title: WRC-07 agenda item 1.4. Consultation on candidate bands under consideration at WRC-07 for IMT To (Ofcom contact): Steve Green DOCPROPERTY ResTo \* MERGEFORMAT  Name of respondent: UMTS Forum Representing (self or organisation/s): Address (if not received by email): UMTS Forum, Russell Square House, 10-12 Russell Square, WC1B 5EE, London, UK CONFIDENTIALITY What do you want Ofcom to keep confidential? Nothing Name/contact details/job title Whole response Organisation Part of the response If there is no separate annex, which parts? 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Name Signed (if hard copy)  The UMTS Forum response to the Ofcom consultation on candidate bands under consideration at WRC-07 for IMT The UMTS Forum would like to congratulate OFCOM for the comprehensive and informative consultation document concerning WRC-07 agenda item 1.4. Founded in 1996, the UMTS Forum  HYPERLINK "http://www.umts-forum.org" www.umts-forum.org is an international industry association. The Forum represents a significant group of spectrum users, which are directly interested in the development of public mobile networks, including UMTS/IMT-2000 and, especially, the related spectrum topics. The UMTS Forum gathers all the kinds of players involved in third generation mobile systems, including equipment manufacturers, operators, administrations, service providers and software developers. Bringing together players from across the mobile industry on a peer-to-peer basis, the UMTS Forum promotes a common vision of 3G/UMTS and its evolution, as well as its worldwide commercial success. The UMTS Forum welcomes the opportunity to comment to the OFCOM consultation on candidate bands under consideration at WRC-07 for IMT responding to the following questions: Question 1: Do you agree with Ofcoms analysis of the benefit of identifying spectrum for IMT at WRC-07 and the general consideration that needs to be addressed for each band? The UMTS Forum agrees with Ofcoms analysis of the benefit of identifying spectrum for IMT at WRC-07 but not with the proposed amount of only 700 MHz of additional spectrum as UMTS Forum supports the spectrum requirement of 1720 MHz for the mobile communication by year 2020 in Europe (including the existing IMT-2000 spectrum). The required new spectrum amount is about 1 GHz. The value is based on the higher market setting as in ITU-R Report M.2078 and is also supported by the Forum own studies on the future spectrum requirement. In fact, the UMTS Forum has actively contributed to the preparations of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) for WRC-07 Agenda Item 1.4 with a number of studies and reports, e.g.: Report 37 Magic Mobile Future 2010-2020 (April 2005) This Report offers forecasts for expected mobile traffic in the time period 2010 -2020. Report 37 estimated for the year 2020 the total daily traffic to be 5744 Tbytes, which results in 495 Mbytes/users/day. Report 40 Development of spectrum requirement forecasts for IMT-2000 and systems beyond IMT-2000 (IMT-Advanced) (December 2005). This study estimates the future mobile spectrum requirements. Based on the predicted traffic projections, the spectrum requirements for mobile services would be much higher than the amount of spectrum currently identified for IMT-2000. Using the traffic profile forecasts in the Magic Mobile Future 2010-2020 report, this study concludes that the total demand for mobile spectrum will be in the order of 1.6 GHz by the year 2020, including the spectrum already identified for the UMTS/IMT-2000. This new spectrum is needed to provide high data-rates for the mobile environment to facilitate some of the following applications: Rich Voice Services: VoIP, video telephony, video-conference, collaborative work Location-based services: car navigation, maps, product and service finder Machine-to-Machine: sensor modes in products and electronic devices and home appliances Mobile Internet Access: e-mail, file transfer, streaming video/audio, Internet browsing Multimedia Messaging: e-mail, instant messaging, video messaging, telemetry Entertainment: multiplayer games, TV broadcasts Mobile commerce: banking, finance, promotions, m-payment Mobile Intranet: VPN, Intranet access Mobile medicine: health monitoring, mobile medical examination, medical record access Mobile Government: remote learning, network community school Mobile Education: virtual laboratory The existing IMT-2000 spectrum does not facilitate the provision of forecasted high data rate services. The mobile user expects that similar services, such as xDSL, as in office or home environment should be available also in mobile environment. Therefore, the UMTS Forum urges Ofcom to contribute to find a solution at WRC-07 which fulfils the estimated spectrum demand of around 1 GHz. One single candidate band cannot fulfil estimated spectrum demand. If it would not be possible to fulfil all of this estimated spectrum demand of around 1 GHz during next WRC-07, additional band identification would be required from WRC-11. The general considerations for each band are commented under the appropriate questions. Question 2: Do you agree with Ofcoms proposal to seek a primary mobile service allocation in the band 470 to 862 MHz and a Resolution to initiate studies at WRC-07 for an IMT identification at WRC-11? The UMTS Forum agrees with Ofcoms proposal to seek a primary mobile service allocation in the band 470 to 862 MHz at WRC-07. However, we believe that both, allocation on a co-primary basis of the whole 470-862 MHz band and identification of a harmonised sub-band for IMT within UHF TV band should be achieved at WRC-07. The Forum supports a globally harmonised solution for the provision of coverage in large areas of low population density. To fulfil this coverage demand a globally harmonised sub-band should be identified for IMT within the band 470-862 MHz at WRC-07. WRC-07 is the appropriate time to identify a harmonised sub-band for IMT. An alternative option of identification by WRC-11 would represent a missed opportunity. Therefore, the UMTS Forum encourages Ofcom to contribute to develop a European-wide solution for the harmonised sub-band of around 100 MHz for IMT use within the 470-862 MHz band to be proposed at WRC-07 for IMT identification. Question 3: Do you agree with Ofcoms proposal to support the development of a European Common Proposal for a co-primary allocation to the mobile (except aeronautical mobile) service and an identification for IMT in the band 3400 to 3800 MHz at WRC-07? The UMTS Forum agrees with Ofcoms proposal to support the development of a European Common Proposal for a co-primary allocation to the mobile service and an identification for IMT in the band 3400 to 3800 MHz at WRC-07. As the frequency band 3400 to 3800 MHz alone does not fulfil the estimated spectrum requirement, also the band 3800-4200 MHz and other bands (see details under Questions 4 and 5) should be identified for IMT at WRC-07. Therefore there is a need to develop also a European Common Proposal for the 3800-4200 MHz band, for a co-primary allocation to the mobile service and an identification for IMT at WRC-07. To conclude, the UMTS Forum supports the identification of the entire 3400 4200 MHz band for IMT at WRC-07. The whole 3400-4200 MHz band will be needed to be able to respond to the forecasted markets needs in the timeframe of 2015-2020 for the very high-data rate IMT-Advanced mobile services in countries with higher market settings. Spectrum identification for IMT based on the higher market settings will benefit all countries including also those countries that currently do not envisage to implement IMT in the whole spectrum. Identification based on higher market setting will: Avoid national or regional bands, which lead to difficulty in frequency arrangement and consequentially lose the merits of globally harmonized spectrum Allow flexibility for those administrations wishing to implement IMT based on the low market setting scenario within a part of the identified spectrum bands for higher market setting and then also benefit from global economies of scale. Facilitate sharing as some countries, subject to heavy rain fall, might have the requirement to share part of the candidate bands with satellite services and therefore part of the candidate bands could remain for the satellite usage in those countries. The 3400-4200 MHz band is the best candidate band providing significant part of new spectrum to accommodate IMT-Advanced systems. The 3400 4200 MHz band should be allocated to the Mobile Service on a primary basis at WRC-07 in all ITU Regions and identified for IMT. It should be noted that the band 3500-4200 MHz is already allocated to the mobile service on a primary basis in Regions 2 and 3. Question 4: Do you agree with Ofcoms proposal to oppose any change to the allocations or an IMT identification in the band 2700 to 2900 MHz at WRC-07? The UMTS Forum does not support the Ofcoms proposal to oppose any change to the allocations or an IMT identification in the band 2700 to 2900 MHz at WRC-07. The 2700-2900 MHz band is of interest for IMT since this band is in the vicinity of the bands already identified for IMT-2000, which may facilitate the use of the same antenna as in the band 2500-2690 MHz and presents similar propagation conditions. In some administrations only a limited number of radar systems are deployed in this band. Therefore this band should be further studied in spite of a considerable opposition from the incumbent users (aeronautical civil and military radars and meteorological radars). The UMTS Forum is of the view that the 2700-2900 MHz band should be allocated to the Mobile Service on a primary basis and identified for IMT at WRC-07. An identification of this band jointly with the 3400-4200 MHz would fulfil spectrum requirements for year 2015-2020 according to higher market settings. It seems that there would be enough time to review its usage by radars possibly moving to the 2900-3100 MHz band and to make it available for IMT in a required timeframe. Question 5: Do you agree with Ofcoms proposal to adopt a neutral position on whether the remaining bands are supported or opposed as candidates for a mobile allocation and IMT identification? 410 to 430 MHz: the UMTS Forum agrees with Ofcoms proposal to adopt a neutral position regarding this band. 450 to 470 MHz : the UMTS Forum agrees with Ofcoms proposal to adopt a neutral position regarding this band. 2300 to 2400 MHz: the UMTS Forum agrees with Ofcoms proposal to adopt a neutral position regarding this band. 3800 to 4200 MHz: the UMTS Forum does not support Ofcoms conclusion that the band 3800 to 4200 MHz should not be a priority for action at WRC-07. The UMTS Forum believes that the entire 3400-4200 MHz band is needed for IMT therefore Forum supports a co-primary allocation of the 3800-4200 MHz to the mobile service and its identification for IMT at WRC-07. Consequently we propose Ofcom to support an identification of this band for IMT at WRC-07 4400 to 4990 MHz: the UMTS Forum urges Ofcom to contribute to find a solution at WRC-07 which fulfils the estimated demand of 1 GHz of new spectrum. One single candidate band cannot fulfil estimated spectrum demand. An identification of the band 4400-4990 MHz or parts of it, jointly with the 3400-4200 MHz, would contribute to fulfil spectrum requirements for year 2015-2020 according to higher market settings. It will provide flexibility in the implementation of IMT for those countries, where parts of band 4.4 4.99 GHz are used for other services. Therefore we propose Ofcom supports global allocation of this band to the Mobile Service on a primary basis and its identification (or part of it) for IMT at WRC-07. Summary of the UMTS Forum comments WRC-07 is the right time to identify the new spectrum for IMT to enable IMT-Advanced deployment in the timeframe of years 2015-2020. A delay of a decision, postponed to WRC-11, would have very negative impact on the market developments, as availability of spectrum would then be deferred beyond the year 2020. Also, regional fragmentation could happen if WRC-07 does not provide a global spectrum identification for IMT, as several countries may choose introducing IMT-Advanced according to national situations due to the lack of global harmonisation. The Forum supports the spectrum requirement of about 1 GHz of new spectrum for the mobile communication by year 2020 in Europe. This value is based on the higher market setting (1720 MHz including the existing IMT-2000 spectrum) as in ITU-R Report M.2078 and is also supported by the Forum own studies on the future spectrum requirement. The UMTS Forum supports a primary mobile service allocation in the band 470 to 862 MHz and an identification of a harmonised sub-band for IMT at WRC-07. Therefore, the Forum encourages Ofcom to support the development of the corresponding European Common Proposal. The UMTS Forum supports a co-primary allocation to the mobile service and identification for IMT in the bands 3400 to 3600 MHz, 3600 to 3800 MHz and 3800 to 4200 MHz at WRC-07 to fulfil spectrum requirements in line with higher market setting. Therefore, the Forum encourages Ofcom to support the development of the corresponding European Common Proposal. The UMTS Forum proposes that Ofcom supports an identification of the the band 2700 to 2900 MHz for IMT at WRC-07 since it is close to the 2.6 GHz band already identified for IMT-2000 and would help to fulfil spectrum requirements in line with higher market setting. Concerning the candidate band: 4400 to 4990 MHz, the UMTS Forum proposes that Ofcom supports its global allocation to the Mobile Service on a primary basis and its identification (or part of it) for IMT at WRC-07. It would help to fulfil spectrum requirements in line with higher market settings. Regarding the 410 to 430 MHz, 450 to 470 MHz and 2300 to 2400 MHz bands, the UMTS Forum agrees with Ofcoms proposal to adopt a neutral position. The requirement of harmonised spectrum remains to be an important requirement for the next decade(s).      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