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4G/5G 벤치마킹 퍼포먼스 조사와 표준화 대응책에 초점을 맞춘 정보 서비스 Signals Ahead - Newsletter Subscription: Focused on 4G/5G Benchmarking Performance Studies and Standardization Activities
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본 서비스는 미국 시장 조사/컨설팅 서비스 프로바이더인 Signals Research Group(SRG)이 제공하는 것으로, 12개월간 12개의 Signals Ahead와 4-6개의 Signals Flash가 발행됩니다.

Signals Ahead는 기술에 중점을 둔 정보를 제공하는 것으로, 벤치마킹 조사와 3GPP 표준화 대응책이 주요 초점입니다. 벤치마킹 조사에는 새로운 네트워크와 디바이스의 기능, 기술, 서비스, 애플리케이션 테스트와 분석 정보가 포함됩니다. 조사는 상당히 상세하게 행해졌지만, 보고서는 기술자가 아닌 분이라도 알기 쉬운 내용으로 구성되어 있습니다. 보고서 발행과 함께 벤치마크 테스트 분야에서의 전문성과 명성을 살려 기업의 다양한 요구에 개별적으로 대응하는 서비스도 제공합니다. 조사 대상은 인프라 기술 주요 프로바이더, 칩셋 및 디바이스 제조업체, 이동통신사업자, 소셜 네트워킹 기업 등입니다.

Signals Ahead에서는 세계 각국에서 실시한 조사를 바탕으로 다양한 기술에 관한 업계 최초의 독립된 퍼포먼스 분석을 수년간에 걸쳐 제공해 왔습니다. 지금까지 발행된 업계 최초의 주요 보고서를 소개합니다.

  • 5G Millimeter Wave (Verizon Wireless) - February 2018
  • 5G Fixed Wireless (Verizon Wireless) - October 2018
  • Massive MIMO (Sprint) - November 2018
  • LAA (AT&T) - January 2018
  • 4-carrier Carrier Aggregation (Telstra) - April 2017
  • 4x4 MIMO (T-Mobile) - January 2017
  • Uplink 64-QAM (SK Telecom) - September 2016
  • 256-QAM (Telstra) - May 2016
  • FDD + TDD Carrier Aggregation (Optus) - March 2016
  • 8T8R (Sprint) - May 2015
  • IR-94 Video Telephony (AT&T) - March 2015
  • 3-carrier Carrier Aggregation (LG U+) - May 2015
  • LTE (TeliaSonera) - February 2010
  • DC-HSDPA (Telstra) - January 2011
  • Category 6 LTE (SK Telecom) - September 2014
  • LTE TDD versus LTE FDD (Softbank) - September 2013
  • HSPA+ (Telstra) - July 2009
  • VoLTE (AT&T) - August 2014
  • 2x2 MIMO (T-Mobile) - August 2013

SRG는 향후에도 벤치마킹 조사와 5G 표준화 대응책에 초점을 맞춘 보고서를 발행할 예정입니다.

Signals Flash는 업계 내에서의 사건에 대한 실시간에 가까운 피드백과 분석, SRG 벤치마킹 조사로부터 얻은 간단한 견해 등을 제공합니다. 과거 1년간 발행된 보고서에는 3GPP 표준화 회의에서 행해진 다양한 활동에 대한 간결한 보고와 5G 테스트에서 얻은 조기단계 견해 등이 포함되어 있습니다.

LSH 19.01.24

Signals Research Group (SRG) is a US-based research consultancy that publishes its research in a subscription-based product called Signals Ahead. A subscription includes 12 Signals Ahead reports and 4-6 Signals Flash reports over a period of approximately 12 months.

Signals Ahead provides technology-focused information and is primarily focused on benchmark studies and 3GPP standardization activities. The benchmark studies involve detailed testing and analysis of new network or device features as well as new technologies, services, and applications. Although these studies are very in-depth, the reports are written in a style that is suitable for non-technical individuals. In addition to providing the Signals Ahead publication, SRG leverages its expertise and reputation in the field of benchmark testing to engage companies on an individual basis. Sample companies include many of the major infrastructure suppliers, chipset and device companies, as well as mobile operators and social networking companies.

Over the last few years, Signals Ahead has provided the industry's first truly independent performance analysis of multiple technologies, based on studies performed around the world.

Sample industry firsts include:

  • 5G Millimeter Wave (Verizon Wireless) - February 2018
  • 5G Fixed Wireless (Verizon Wireless) - October 2018
  • Massive MIMO (Sprint) - November 2018
  • LAA (AT&T) - January 2018
  • 4-carrier Carrier Aggregation (Telstra) - April 2017
  • 4x4 MIMO (T-Mobile) - January 2017
  • Uplink 64-QAM (SK Telecom) - September 2016
  • 256-QAM (Telstra) - May 2016
  • FDD + TDD Carrier Aggregation (Optus) - March 2016
  • 8T8R (Sprint) - May 2015
  • IR-94 Video Telephony (AT&T) - March 2015
  • 3-carrier Carrier Aggregation (LG U+) - May 2015
  • LTE (TeliaSonera) - February 2010
  • DC-HSDPA (Telstra) - January 2011
  • Category 6 LTE (SK Telecom) - September 2014
  • LTE TDD versus LTE FDD (Softbank) - September 2013
  • HSPA+ (Telstra) - July 2009
  • VoLTE (AT&T) - August 2014
  • 2x2 MIMO (T-Mobile) - August 2013

In the coming year, the Signals Ahead publication will continue to focus on benchmark studies and 5G standardization activities. Sample research that is planned, includes:

  • 3GPP-based IoT benchmark studies - field and lab
  • 5G NR millimeter wave benchmark studies - 28 GHz and 39 GHz
  • 5G NR sub-6 GHz benchmark studies - 2.5 GHz, 3.5 GHz and sub 2 GHz (last one not likely until late 2019)
  • 2 Gbps LTE
  • CBRS
  • LTE-Broadcast versus unicast
  • Small cell optimization
  • UL-CoMP
  • MU-MIMO, Part 2 - 5G NR and LTE
  • 3GPP standardization updates - published quarterly

Signals Flash provides near-real-time feedback and analysis on industry events or quick thoughts from our benchmark studies. Over the last year, the Signals Flash reports have provided rapid insight on activities occurring during 3GPP standardization meetings as well as initial thoughts while testing 5G.

Table of Contents

1.0. Executive Summary

2.0. Key Observations

3.0. 256 QAM Macro Network Analysis

  • 3.1. HSPA+ and 64 QAM - A Trip Down Memory Lane
  • 3.2. Melbourne CBD - Early Morning Drive Test
  • 3.3. Melbourne CBD - Noontime Pedestrian Stroll
  • 3.4. Middle Park, Victoria - Early Morning Toorak Drive Test
  • 3.5. Middle Park, Victoria - Early Morning Figure Eight Drive Test

4.0. Ericsson Lean Carrier Evaluation

  • 4.1. Middle Park, Victoria - Early Morning Lakeside “Grand Prix” Drive Test
  • 4.2. Middle Park, Victoria - Early Morning Lakeside “Grand Prix” Drive Test, II
  • 4.3. Stationary Test Results

5.0. Test Methodology

6.0. Final Thoughts

7.0. Appendix

Index of Figures & Tables

  • Figure 1. Melbourne CBD Cat 14 Drive Test (05/07, 0500 hours)
  • Figure 2. Melbourne CBD Cat 14 Drive Test (05/06, 1730 hours)
  • Figure 3. Melbourne CBD Cat 14 Pedestrian Mode (05/05, 1500 hours)
  • Figure 4. Distribution of Physical Layer Throughput - by code word and frequency band
  • Figure 5. Distribution of Physical Layer Throughput - by code word and frequency band
  • Figure 6. Distribution of SINR - by frequency band
  • Figure 7. Correlation of SINR and MCS Values - Band 28
  • Figure 8. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 28
  • Figure 9. Distribution of Modulation Schemes - by radio carrier
  • Figure 10. Distribution of Modulation Schemes - by radio carrier
  • Figure 11. Scatter Plot of SINR versus 256 QAM Availability
  • Figure 12. SINR versus 256 QAM Availability
  • Figure 13. Time Series Plot of RSRP - by primary and secondary carriers
  • Figure 14. Time Series Plot of SINR - by primary and secondary carriers
  • Figure 15. Distribution of SINR - Band 7
  • Figure 16. Scatter Plot of SINR versus MCS Values - by code word for Band 7
  • Figure 17. SINR versus MCS Values
  • Figure 18. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - Band 7
  • Figure 19. SINR versus 256 QAM Availability - Band 7
  • Figure 20. Distribution of SINR - by frequency band
  • Figure 21. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 28
  • Figure 22. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - by frequency band
  • Figure 23. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - by frequency band
  • Figure 24. Geo Plot of Physical Layer Throughput
  • Figure 25. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 28
  • Figure 26. Distribution of SINR - by frequency band
  • Figure 27. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - by frequency band
  • Figure 28. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - by frequency band
  • Figure 29. Distribution of SINR - by frequency band
  • Figure 30. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 28
  • Figure 31. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - by frequency band
  • Figure 32. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - by frequency band
  • Figure 33. SINR versus 256 QAM Availability - Band 28
  • Figure 34. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 28
  • Figure 35. Distribution of SINR - by frequency band
  • Figure 36. Distribution of Modulation and Coding Scheme - Band 28
  • Figure 37. Distribution of Modulation and Coding Scheme - Band 3
  • Figure 38. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - by frequency band
  • Figure 39. Distribution of Modulation Scheme - by frequency band
  • Figure 40. Differences in RSRP for Band 28 - by test location
  • Figure 41. Differences in SINR for Band 28 - by test location
  • Figure 42. Distribution of Modulation Scheme with and without ELC - select test locations
  • Figure 43. XCAL in Action
  • Figure 44. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 3
  • Figure 45. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 7
  • Figure 46. Time Series Plot of Physical Layer Throughput - by primary and secondary carriers
  • Figure 47. Scatter Plot of SINR versus 256 QAM Availability - Band 7
  • Figure 48. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 3
  • Figure 49. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 3
  • Figure 50. Scatter Plot of SINR versus 256 QAM Availability - Band 28
  • Figure 51. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 28
  • Figure 52. Geo Plot of 256 QAM Availability - Band 3
  • Figure 53. Time Series Plot of RSRP - by primary and secondary carriers
  • Figure 54. Time Series Plot of SINR - by primary and secondary carriers
  • Figure 55. Time Series Plot of Physical Layer Throughput - by primary and secondary carriers
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