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1 Wireless Cellular Networks: 1G and 2G Raj Jain Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Washington University in Saint Louis Saint Louis, MO Audio/Video recordings of this lecture are available at:

2 Overview! Cellular Architecture! Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS)! Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD)! Wireless Cellular Generations! GSM! CdmaOne 15-2

3 Cellular Frequency Reuse Cluster Size =4 Cluster Size =7 Cluster Size =

4 Characterizing Frequency Reuse! D = minimum distance between centers of cells that use the same band of frequencies (called co-channels)! R = radius of a cell! d = distance between centers of adjacent cells (d = R 3)! N = number of cells in repetitious pattern (Cluster) R " Reuse factor d " Each cell in pattern uses unique band of frequencies! Hexagonal cell pattern, following values of N possible " N = I 2 + J 2 + (I x J), I, J = 0, 1, 2, 3,! Possible values of N are 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 12, 13, 16, 19, 21,! D/R=! D/d = 3N N Ref: Derivation in Section 3.2 of Murthy and Manoj D 15-4

5 Frequency Reuse Example What would be the minimum distance between the centers of two cells with the same band of frequencies if cell radius is 1 km and the reuse factor is 12? D/R = 3N D = (3 12) 1/2 1 km = 6 km 15-5

6 Cellular Architecture Subscriber Identity Module Base Transceiver Station Base Station Controller Base Station Controller Home Location Register Mobile services Switching Center Visitor Location Register PSTN Mobile Equipment Base Transceiver Station Equipment Identity Register Authentication Center Mobile Station Base Station Subsystem Network Subsystem 15-6

7 Cellular Architecture (Cont) Cellular Architecture (Cont)! Base station controller (BSC) and Base transceiver station (BTS)! One BTS per cell.! One BSC can control multiple BTS. " Allocates radio channels among BTSs. " Manages call handoffs between BTSs. " Controls handset power levels! Mobile Switching Center (MSC) connects to PSTN and switches calls between BSCs. Provides mobile registration, location, authentication. Contains Equipment Identity Register. 15-7

8 Cellular Architecture (Cont)! Home Location Register (HLR) and Visitor Location Register (VLR) provide call routing and roaming! VLR+HLR+MSC functions are generally in one equipment! Equipment Identity Register (EIR) contains a list of all valid mobiles.! Authentication Center (AuC) stores the secret keys of all SIM cards.! Each handset has a International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number. 15-8

9 Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS)! First generation analog system for North America! Two 25-MHz bands are allocated to AMPS " Forward (Down): BS to mobile unit ( MHz) " Reverse (Up): Mobile to base station ( MHz)! In each market two operators are accommodated! Each operator is allocated only 12.5 MHz in each direction! Channels spaced 30 khz apart 416 channels per operator 21 Control/paging/access, and 395 traffic channels! Each call uses two traffic channels Forward = Reverse + 45 MHz! Control channels are 10 kbps digital channels Traffic channels are analog using frequency modulation 15-9

10 Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD)! Allows data to use idle cellular channels! Data hops from one channel to next as the channels become busy or idle! Quickly hops-off a channel grabbed by cellular system. In practice, dedicated channels. Voice Call Idle Channel Data packets

11 Wireless Generations! 1G: Analog Cellular Phones. Needs a modem. 9.6 kbps max.! 2G: Digital Cellular Phones. No modem required kbps max. GSM, CDMA => Clear voice, Encryption! 2.5G: GPRS. 144kbps. Data only.! 3G: Future high-speed data with Voice. 64 kbps to 2 Mbps! 4G: IP based 1G:Analog Voice FDMA 2G:Digital Voice + Low Speed Data TDMA CDMA AMPS (U.S.) TACS (Europe) IS-54 D-AMPS IS-136 US TDMA IS-54 has analog control channel for compatibility with AMPS. Did not succeed GSM DCS1800 DCS1900 NA GSM IS-95

12 ! Acronyms: Wireless Generations (Cont) " Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) " Total Access Communication System (TACS) " Interim Standard (IS) from Electronic Industry Association (EIA)/Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) " Digital Advanced Mobile Phone System (D-AMPS) " Global system for mobile communication (GSM) " Digital Communication Network (DCN) " North America (NA) " Frequency/Time/Code division multiple access (FDMA/TDMA/CDMA) 15-12

13 PCS! Personal Communication Service (PCS)! Personal = User specific (vs location specific) Phone # for user regardless of his/her location! FCC spectrum for PCS requires digital service! PCS = Digital Cellular = IS-136, GSM, or CDMA! PCS Spectrum: A D B E F C Unlic. PCS MHz Blocks A, B are for major trading areas. Blocks C, D, E, F are for basic trading areas. Unlicensed PCS is nationwide. A D B E F C 15-13

14 CdmaOne! Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)! CdmaOne = 2G (IS-95a), CdmaTwo = IS-95b, CDMA2000 = 3G! Each user uses the entire spectrum calls per carrier.! Different spreading code for each user.! Neighboring cells can use the same frequency spectrum (but different codes).! Precise power control is critical.! Can serve more users than TDMA or GSM! Data users limited to 4.8 and 14.4 kbps! CdmaTwo extension offers up to kbps! Verizon, Sprint networks are CdmaOne networks 15-14

15 GSM! Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM)! 1982: Started as "Groupe Special Mobile" by Conference of European Posts and Telecom (CEPT)! Good speech quality, ISDN compatibility, and fraud secure.! Specs completed in 1990, Service began in 1992.! 900 MHz operation in Europe.! UK allocated 1800 MHz and adapted GSM standard as "DCS 1800"! DCS 1800 also used in Russia and Germany

16 GSM (Cont)! FCC allocated 1900 MHz for PCS. Many carriers adapted GSM standard as "DCS 1900" or "North American GSM"! VoiceStream, Powertel, and Bellsouth Mobility use NA GSM.! 280 GSM networks in 100 countries worldwide

17 Traffic Channels GSM Radio Link Slow Associated Control Channel (SACCH) Traffic Channels Unused Multiframe 120 ms Burst Period Tail Bits Burst Period Burst Period Burst Period Burst Period Burst Period Burst Period Burst Period TDMA Frame 120/26 ms Data Stealing Training Stealing Data Tail Guard Burst Bits Bits Sequence Bits Bits Bits Bits 15/26 ms bits 15-17

18 GSM Radio Link (Cont)! MHz uplink, MHz downlink! 25 MHz kHz Channels! Each channel is TDMA with burst (slot) period of 15/26 ms.! Eight burst periods = TDMA frame of 120/26 ms.! One channel = one burst period per TDMA frame.! 26 TDMA frames one Multiframe 24 are used for traffic, 1 for control, and 1 is unused. Slow Associated Control Channel (SACCH) If SACCH does not have sufficient capacity, Fast Associated Control Channel (FACCH) is used by stealing ½ of some bursts.! Stealing bits identify whether the 1/2-slot carries data or control! 200 khz = kbps/8 slots 34 kbps/slot 15/26 ms/slot 270.8*15/26 = bits/slot 9.6 kbps/user after encryption and FEC overhead! Full rate vocoders Voice is sampled at 64 kbps compressed to 16 kbps

19 GSM Specs! Subscriber Identify Module (SIM) contains a micro-controller and storage. Contains authentication, encryption, and accounting info. Owners need 4-digit PIN.! SIM cards can contain additional info such as emergency medical info.! Mobile Assisted Handoff: Mobile sends identities of six candidate base stations for handoff. MSC selects.! Short Message Service (SMS) " Up to 160 characters " Sent over control channel " Unicast or broadcast 15-19

20 Cellular System Capacity Example! A particular cellular system has the following characteristics: cluster size =7, uniform cell size, user density=100 users/sq km, allocated frequency spectrum = MHz, bit rate required per user = 10 kbps uplink and 10 kbps downlink, and modulation code rate = 1 bps/hz. A. Using FDMA/FDD: 1. How much bandwidth is available per cell using FDD? 2. How many users per cell can be supported using FDMA? 3. What is the cell area? 4. What is the cell radius assuming circular cells? B. If the available spectrum is divided in to 35 channels and TDMA is employed within each channel: 1. What is the bandwidth and data rate per channel? 2. How many time slots are needed in a TDMA frame to support the required number of users? 3. If the TDMA frame is 10ms, how long is each user slot in the frame? 4. How many bits are transmitted in each time slot? 15-20

21 Cellular System Capacity (Cont)! A particular cellular system has the following characteristics: cluster size =7, uniform cell size, user density=100 users/sq km, allocated frequency spectrum = MHz, bit rate required per user = 10 kbps uplink and 10 kbps downlink, and modulation code rate = 1 bps/hz.! A. Using FDMA/FDD: 1. How much bandwidth is available per cell using FDD? 49 MHz/7 = 7 MHz/cell FDD 3.5 MHz/uplink or downlink 2. How many users per cell can be supported using FDMA? 10 kbps/user = 10 khz 350 users per cell 3. What is the cell area? 100 users/sq km 3.5 Sq km/cell 4. What is the cell radius assuming circular cells? πr 2 = 3.5 r = km 15-21

22 Cellular System Capacity (Cont) B. If the available spectrum is divided in to 35 channels and TDMA is employed within each channel: 1. What is the bandwidth and data rate per channel? 3.5 MHz/35 = 100 khz/channel = 100 kbps 2. How many time slots are needed in a TDMA frame to support the required number of users? 10 kbps/user 10 users/channel 3. If the TDMA frame is 10ms, how long is each user slot in the frame? 10 ms/10 = 1ms 4. How many bits are transmitted in each time slot? 1 ms x 100 kbps = 100 b/slot 15-22

23 Summary 1. Geometry of cells and frequency reuse 2. Generations: 1G (Analog), 2G (digital), 3G (Data) 3. AMPS is 1G cellular technology using FDMA 4. IS-95 is 2G cellular technology using CDMA 5. GSM is 2G cellular technology using TDMA 15-23

24 Reading Assignment! Read sections 3.1 to 3.5 from Murthy and Manoj or read chapter 14 of Stallings Data and Computer Communications, 8 th edition (Both books are in 2 hour reserve section of the WUSTL library).! GSM Mobile Services,

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