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Property of the Home. RF Working Group General Overview (with narration removed due to Property of the Home. RF Working Group General Overview (with narration removed due to file size) This presentation is provided by Wayne Caswell, past Communications Chairman of the Home. RF Working Group. Direct questions to: [email protected] com, 512 -335 -6073.

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF • Our View of Home Networking • Wireless Tradeoffs and Positioning • Highlights and Challenges • Future Plans

Property of the Home. RF Working Group What is Home. RF? Description: Home. RF Property of the Home. RF Working Group What is Home. RF? Description: Home. RF blends several technologies to extend beyond office WLAN solutions, making it the preferred wireless technology for homes and small offices with no network administrator. The open Home. RF specification is designed and optimized for consumer households, is ideal for broadband, and enables digital convergence with support for voice, music, TV, gaming, and data applications. Home. RF is important because telephone and entertainment devices can benefit from networks just as much as PCs.

Property of the Home. RF Working Group is Simple (Fast and Cheap to Install) Property of the Home. RF Working Group is Simple (Fast and Cheap to Install) Wireless offers Convenience and sometimes is the only way to network. • • • No holes to drill or cables to pull • Potentially eliminates Truck Roll Supplied S/W simplifies setup Put the Cable Modem or Set-Top Box by a TV and install Home. RF on PCs

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Blends Several Technologies Existing Upper Layers UDP Property of the Home. RF Working Group Blends Several Technologies Existing Upper Layers UDP TCP IP DECT Home. RF MAC Layer CSMA/CA Priority CSMA TDMA Home. RF PHY Layer “Ethernet” Data Path Streaming Media Path Toll-Quality Voice Path Network Layer View

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Extends beyond Wireless Ethernet Home. RF is Property of the Home. RF Working Group Extends beyond Wireless Ethernet Home. RF is a New Category

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Broadens the reach of DECT • Digital Property of the Home. RF Working Group Broadens the reach of DECT • Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone (DECT) is the world’s most successful cordless standard. – Cordless Phone market is 10 x WLAN – > 50 M radios in 2000 alone – > 200 M DECT handsets in the field by 2003 – > 100 certified DECT suppliers, plus proprietary 2. 4 GHz • – 5 th generation silicon with complete chipsets << $10 1. 9 GHz DECT requires license outside of Europe – By using 2. 4 GHz, Home. RF moves DECT to worldwide markets as “Global DECT”

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Is Global DECT … PLUS • High-speed Property of the Home. RF Working Group Is Global DECT … PLUS • High-speed Data Networking • Entertainment Networking – – WLAN at Ethernet speeds Avoids security problems of Wi-Fi Excellent immunity to 2. 4 GHz interference Scales better than Wi-Fi (apartments, office parks) – Key Broadband apps – Internet Radio, TV and Gaming – Multimedia needs Qo. S and Interference Immunity Enables New Convergence Apps and Devices – – – PC enhances the phones – Phones enhance the PC Email notification on Phone – Caller ID on TV Unified Messaging – Video Phone Voice access to PC & Internet apps Adds Value and Improves Margins

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF • Our View of Home Networking • Wireless Tradeoffs and Positioning • Highlights and Challenges • Future Plans

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as MORE than a Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as MORE than a Wireless LAN • Cordless Phones • • • – 10 x larger market than Wireless LAN Entertainment – Internet Audio & Video are key broadband apps Shared Resources & Internet Access – Multi-PC and/or Broadband Households 9 M subscribers in 2001, growing to 40 M in 2005 Trend: Integrated Service Bundles Cordless Convergence without high prices – Combine Router, LAN access point, Voice base station, etc. – Both Phones and PC NICs under $100

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as Data Opportunity: • Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as Data Opportunity: • • 9 M US households with Broadband in 2001 – Going to 40 M broadband households in 2005 – 80% have access and 14% plan to upgrade w/i 12 months ~ 25% of Households will be networked by 2004 – 43% of broadband homes have >1 PC – 67% of BB multi-PC homes already have a home network Most networked homes use Ethernet – But 70% planning a home network prefer wireless > $4 B in home N/W equip. by 2005 (NICs, routers) – > $5 Billion in gateways, >10 B in info. appliances by 2005 – > $10 Billion/year in Internet access services today

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as Telephone Opportunity: • Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as Telephone Opportunity: • • • >95% of US homes have Telephone service – Voice is Key Application in Broadband Bundles – More revenue from Phone Features than from Internet Access Data Revenues are Rising but Voice Dominates – Vo. TDM (Voice over Time Division Multiplexing) is falling – Vo. IP (and Multi-line) is increasing Cordless phone market is ~10* wireless LAN – 43 M US cordless phones shipped in 2000 + 28 M DECT phones in Europe – ~50% of households buy a new cordless phone each year

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as Entertainment Opportunity: • Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as Entertainment Opportunity: • • Internet Radio and Streaming Digital Music Wireless Speakers and Headphones Multi-player Gaming with Voice Video-on-demand, TV-based e-commerce, Voiceenhanced TV apps

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as Convergence Opportunity: • Property of the Home. RF Working Group Sees Home Networking as Convergence Opportunity: • • • Home. RF is Ideal for Broadband – Enables integration of Voice, Data, and Entertainment – Enables new Apps, Devices, Services, and Margins Broadband growth slowing – Need less cost, more value, simplicity to cross Chasm – Connect PCs, TV, stereos, phones, etc. without Truck Roll Competition for Packaged Services – Consumers and service providers both benefit – 65% of PC households are comfortable with service bundles – Telcos need TV to complete the bundle, MSOs need Voice (a matter of survival)

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF • Our View of Home Networking • Wireless Tradeoffs and Positioning • Highlights and Challenges • Future Plans

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Optimizes Tradeoffs for Households No optimal solution Property of the Home. RF Working Group Optimizes Tradeoffs for Households No optimal solution for all applications. Each must be optimized individually. • • Interference Immunity Power Consumption Infrastructure Complexity Bandwidth Licensing Size Cost • • Absorption Reflection Latency Security Range Jitter Qo. S

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Market Positioning TDMA, CDMA, GSM, 3 G Property of the Home. RF Working Group Market Positioning TDMA, CDMA, GSM, 3 G Personal Connectivity Home Network Office Network Wide Area Network • Entertainment, • Wireless Ethernet • Mobile Phone • Low Power Voice, Data (short distance) (data only) • PDA • No N/W Admin. • Campus Roaming • Cable Replacement Simple, Secure, • Ad-hoc Connection Reliable, Affordable • Network Admin. • MDU / MTU • Little Interference PAN LAN WAN

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF • Our View of Home Networking • Wireless Tradeoffs and Positioning • Highlights and Challenges • Future Plans

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Highlights of 2001 • Reorganized as non-profit Property of the Home. RF Working Group Highlights of 2001 • Reorganized as non-profit organization in January – – – Ratified Home. RF 2. 0 in March First public Home. RF 2. 0 demo in May First Voice call in June Voice/data Press Tour in August Shipped Home. RF 2. 0 (data) Products in September (on schedule!) • Created Home. RF European WG in July • CES 2002 starts the year off strong • Already working on Home. RF 2. 5 and 3. 0 – European certification made possible in December – New voice & entertainment products, new members, etc.

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Opportunities to Leverage • Home. RF 2. Property of the Home. RF Working Group Opportunities to Leverage • Home. RF 2. 0 products are shipping • WECA is sending mixed messages • Home. RF Differentiation is becoming Clear • Home. RF Europe WG • Service Provider Deployments are Near – Don’t believe WECA hype. Home. RF is Alive and Kicking. – Operational expenses have been pre-paid by Promoters – Membership dues fund marketing activities for all – 802. 11 a, . 11 e, and. 11 g are confusing consumers – Voice, Qo. S, interference immunity and security – VDG, phone, entertainment products shipping – DECT Forum

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF Property of the Home. RF Working Group Overview Topics • What is Home. RF • Our View of Home Networking • Wireless Tradeoffs and Positioning • Highlights and Challenges • Future Plans

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Technology Roadmap BRIDGE Data • PC Networking Property of the Home. RF Working Group Technology Roadmap BRIDGE Data • PC Networking • Gateways • Web. Pad Add Voice, Audio, Vo. D • Cordless Phones • A/V Products Improve Voice, Video • Video Tablets • Set Top Boxes Embrace 802. 11 a • DVD, Satellite • HDTV Internet 2000 1. 6 Mbps 2001 10 Mbps 2. 4 GHz 20+ Mbps 2002 5 GHz 54+ Mbps (projection) Home. RF 1. 0 Home. RF 2. 0 (projection) Home. RF 2. x Home. RF 3. 0

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Future Plans for 2. 4 GHz • Property of the Home. RF Working Group Future Plans for 2. 4 GHz • Enhance Voice • Extend Coverage • Faster Data Rates and Throughput • Adaptive FH (pending FCC approval) – More lines, higher MOS quality – Repeater function, Voice Roaming – Today’s 10 Mbps is good for Internet, MP 3 audio, MPEG 4 – Tomorrow’s 20+ Mbps supports more users, DVD video (All the performance that most homes need) – Avoids static interference to ensure peak performance Primary Audiences: – Broadband Carriers – DECT Community

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Pros & Cons of using 2. 4 Property of the Home. RF Working Group Pros & Cons of using 2. 4 GHz • Advantages • Disadvantages • Dual-band Approach – – Worldwide, License-free Spectrum Allocation Voice and Data can exist on the Same Network Low Cost solutions Already Shipping Chipset integration already in development – Increasingly Crowded spectrum – Limited performance with backwards compatibility – Fastest path to high speed home networking – Embraces corporate 802. 11 a users; moves Home. RF into mainstream – New multi-mode / multi-band products will automatically sense and adapt to the network – Consumers don’t care about underlying technology

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Future Plans for 5 GHz • Embrace Property of the Home. RF Working Group Future Plans for 5 GHz • Embrace 5 GHz and IEEE 802. 11 a for high-end – Full compliance with 802. 11 a at 54 Mbps – Rich OFDM modulation in less-crowded 5 GHz band – Well suited for Video (DVD, SDTV & HDTV) – Can extend to 100+ Mbps data performance • – Possible Qo. S and Security Enhancements (Home. RF Qo. S, Proprietary Qo. S, or 802. 11 e) Complement 2. 4 GHz Home. RF technology – “Global DECT” voice support – 20+ Mbps for Internet, Music, MPEG 4, Gaming, modest Data – Optional Bridging

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Synergy with PANs • • • Bluetooth Property of the Home. RF Working Group Synergy with PANs • • • Bluetooth – Positioned for Mobile Phones, PDAs, PC Peripherals … – Compliments both Home. RF and 802. 11 a 802. 15. 3 – Fast PAN for Entertainment Center (Hundreds of Mbps) – Technology not yet selected, could be Ultra-wideband – Compliments both Home. RF and 802. 11 a 802. 15. 4 (Zigbee) – – – Lowest Cost (targets <$2 radios) Longest Battery Life (months or years) Slow Performance (e. g. 56 -256 Kbps) Positioned for Control Applications Compliments both Home. RF and 802. 11 a

Property of the Home. RF Working Group Conclusion • Home. RF Embraces and Extends Property of the Home. RF Working Group Conclusion • Home. RF Embraces and Extends Standards – – – • • Expands Global reach of DECT (2. 4 GHz) Extends performance and function of 802. 11 FH (2. 4 GHz) Compliments 802. 11 a by adding 2. 4 GHz Voice & Data Compliments PANs such as Bluetooth, 802. 15. 3, 802. 15. 4 Compliments Home. Plug, Home. PNA, and Wired Ethernet Home. RF future is both 2. 4 GHz and 5 GHz Home. RF enables Convergence, adds Value