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NEDAS DC - November 29, 2016 Presentations

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Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association - The compiled presentations for all the topics discussed at the NEDAS D.C. Symposium on November 29, 2016.

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NEDAS DC - November 29, 2016 Presentations

  1. 1. WELCOME #NEDASDC
  2. 2. U.S. In-building Wireless Equipment Market: 5-Year Demand Outlook
  3. 3. Meet the Panel John  Celentano   Analyst/Consultant Skyline Marketing Group Moderator Ken  Rehbehn   Principal Analyst, Wireless Infrastructure 451 Research Chris  Wixom   Sr. Director-Strategic Accounts Corning Dominic  Villecco   President V-COMM
  4. 4. Presenter   Presented  by  451  Research   Ken  Rehbehn   Principal  Analyst,  Wireless  Infrastructure  
  5. 5. •  Mobile broadband traffic – Growth continues, but does capex? •  Internet of Things expands – Not just an outdoor need •  Small cell role – Is it breakout time? •  5G hype grows – But focus is on fixed for now General Technology Trends Impacting the In- building Wireless Market
  6. 6. •  Voice over Wi-Fi – Filling gaps, but is it sufficient? •  LTE Licensed Assisted Access – Expanding LTE spectrum with unlicensed •  MulteFire – New opportunity for neutral host systems? •  CBRS – New spectrum, new players? Unlicensed and shared spectrum Technology Trends Impacting the In- building Wireless Market
  7. 7. •  E911 indoor location – Addressing the Z-axis •  FirstNet – Bringing LTE to the service of first responders Emergency services Technology Trends Impacting the In- building Wireless Market
  8. 8. Presenter   Presented  by  Skyline  Marke7ng  Group   John  Celentano   Wireless  Market  Analyst/MarkeBng  Consultant    
  9. 9. U.S. Commercial Buildings Installed Base Source: EIA-CBECS, 2012, our estimates © 2016. Skyline Marketing Group. All rights reserved. Tier 1 [8,000] Tier 2 [128,000] Tier 3 [199,000] Tier 4 [5,222,000] 500,000+ sf <885,000 sf> 100,000-500,000 sf <210,000 sf> 50,000-100,000 sf <70,000 sf> Under 50,000 sf <16,000 sf> IBW Complexity Hi Lo Total = 5.6 million buildings
  10. 10. U.S. Middleprise IBW Market Outlook © 2016. Skyline Marketing Group. All rights reserved. http://www.aglmediagroup.com/sizing-the-in-building-wireless-systems-market/
  11. 11. Presenter   Chris  Wixom   Sr.  Director,  Strategic  Accounts     Presented  by  Corning  
  12. 12. Open Fiber Based Platform In-Building is About Connectivity 8x Increase in Mobile Traffic by 2020 Drives Bandwidth Needs Technology Disruption will only Increase
  13. 13. Multiple Applications – ONE Platform Cellular VzW AT&T/ Sprint T-Mobile WiFi Cisco Aruba Extreme/Ruckus LAN Cisco/Juniper HP/Brocade Tellabs/Zhone BMS JCI Honeywell Schneider
  14. 14. All Fiber Infrastructure © 2016 Corning Incorporated
  15. 15. Delivering Convergence Today: 220 Central Park South •  65 Floors – 150 Units – 500K SqFt •  Cellular Connectivity – including the elevators •  Fiber Support for: •  Triple-Play Services •  Wi-Fi where needed •  Security Cameras •  Building Automation © 2016 Corning Incorporated
  16. 16. Presenter   Dominic  Villecco   President   Presented  by  V-­‐COMM  
  17. 17. IBW Deployment Considerations •  Since 4G LTE, capacity is a bigger driver than coverage •  4G LTE data growth >100% year over year - cannot grow the network at same rate •  “Cell Edge” problem must be managed to grow network •  Signal to Noise ratio is key for increased throughput/capacity •  Offloading existing network with closer proximity network is key to increasing capacity •  “Middle-prise” buildings must keep costs in check, to maintain viability of in-building systems – cannot keep building the same way
  18. 18. Making IBW Systems Work
  19. 19. Thank you!
  20. 20. Event Produced by:#NEDASDC http://www.nedas.com Thank You to Our Media Partners
  21. 21. Mark  H.  Parr   President  &  CEO   Presented  by   Smart Cities: definition, challenges, potential
  22. 22. Jeff  Just     COO,  Bandwidth  Logic     Jason  Nelson   ExecuBve  Director,  Partnership  Engagement,  Smart  CiBes  Council     Robert  LeGrande   Owner,  The  Digital  Decision,  LLC     Steve  Yapsuga   Senior  Business  Development  ExecuBve,  VAR  Market,  TESSCO   Smart Cities: definition, challenges, potential
  23. 23. Presenter   Steve  Yapsuga   DemysBfying  the  Smart  City      
  24. 24. Thank You to Our Tabletop Sponsors
  25. 25. Moderator  :  John  Foley   OperaBng  ExecuBve   Innova7ng  the  In-­‐Building   Business  Model   Bo White, Director, Business Development, Sentry Financial Corporation Ray Hild, Area Vice President, JMA Wireless Alex Ajdelsztajn, Sr. Manager of IT in the Americas Region, Marriott International Joe Koridek, Director National Sales and Business Development, CTS
  26. 26. Thank You to Our Charging Station Sponsor
  27. 27. Mike  Collado   Principal  Consultant   5  Key  Trends  and  How  They’ll  Impact     the  In-­‐Building  Wireless  Ecosystem  in  2017  (and  Beyond)  
  28. 28. 5  Key  Trends  and  How  They’ll  Impact     the  In-­‐Building  Wireless  Ecosystem  in  2017  (and  Beyond)   Trend  #1:  5G       Infrastructure  and  transport  will   play  a  pivotal  role  
  29. 29. Trend  #2:  3.5  GHz  CBRS       CBRS  could  bridge  the  divide  between   carriers  and  enterprises  
  30. 30. Mike  Collado   Principal  Consultant   5  Key  Trends  and  How  They’ll  Impact     the  In-­‐Building  Wireless  Ecosystem  in  2017  (and  Beyond)   Trend  #3:  Public  Safety  &  Loca7on       Code  requirements  mean  opportunity     but  regulatory  nuances  create  challenges  
  31. 31. Trend  #4:  Tier  2  Venues       Tier  1  go-­‐to-­‐market  strategies  don’t   translate  to  the  Tier  2  Market  
  32. 32. 5  Key  Trends  and  How  They’ll  Impact     the  In-­‐Building  Wireless  Ecosystem  in  2017  (and  Beyond)       Tier  2  may  be  the  “buzz”   but  Tier  1  is  the  “biz”   Trend  #5:  Tier  1  Venues  
  33. 33. Trend   When   R&D   MarkeBng   Sales   5G   >5  Years   ✓   3.5  GHz   3  Years   ✓   PS   Now   ✓   ✓   ✓   Tier  2   1.5  Years   ✓   ✓   Tier  1   Now   ✓   ✓   Timeframes  &  Stakeholder  Focus  
  34. 34.     mike@mikecollado.net   571-­‐216-­‐2404   Thank  You!  
  35. 35. Thank You to Our Raffle Sponsors
  36. 36. Presenter   Bob  Langston   ADRF   Regional  Sales  Manager   Public  Safety  Distributed  Antenna  Systems   Will  Ruffin     Vision  Technologies   NaBonal  Account  Manager  
  37. 37. I.  What  is  Driving  Public  Safety  DAS?   II.  NFPA  Compliance   III.  Frequency  Bands  /  Technologies   IV.  Case  Studies   Agenda  
  38. 38. Needs  Analysis   Contac7ng  the  Local  AHJ   NFPA  72  Fire  Code  Sec7on  500   Interpreta7on  for  Coverage  and  Tes7ng     PS  DAS  Requirements  
  39. 39. Consider  This:     ❑  The  Frequencies  Required     ❑  Coverage     ❑  Design   ❑  Passive  vs  AcGve  System   ❑  Fire  RaGngs  2  hour  |  4  Hour   ❑  AestheGc  and  Architectural  Requirements   ❑  Working  Hours:  DayGme,  AOer  Hours   ❑  Preferred  Low  Voltage  Contractor   ❑  Union/Non-­‐Union  Labor;  Prevailing  Wages  
  40. 40.   In-­‐Building  Coverage   Focus  of  AHJ                        -­‐  Enforcement  via  Occupancy  Permits   Building  Owner’s  Requirements   It  Depends  on  the  Local  Jurisdic7on   Improving  Communica7ons  
  41. 41. RegulaGons  are  driving  the  number  of  requirements  for  Public  Safety    DAS   Small  facili7es     <100K  sq  _   Medium  to  Large  facili7es   >100    and  <200  sq  _   Large  facili7es   >200  sq  _   Providing  Indoor  Public  Safety  Coverage  
  42. 42. Small  Facili7es  :  Passive  Architecture  with  Public   Safety  Coverage  
  43. 43. Medium-­‐Large  Area:  Ac7ve  Architecture  with  Public   Safety  
  44. 44. Large  Area:  Neutral  Host  -­‐Ac7ve  Architecture    
  45. 45. NFPA  Compliance    
  46. 46. •  System  Coverage:  99%  coverage  in  criGcal  areas  designated   by  the  local  fire  department   •  -­‐95  dB  Minimum  signal  Strength:  IFC  and  NFPA  requires  -­‐95   dB  of  signal  level  regardless  of  the  frequency   •  NEMA-­‐4  Enclosures:  Dust,  water,  and  corrosion-­‐proof  NEMA   4  compliant  housing   •  System  Monitoring  Alarms:    to  provide  real-­‐Gme  monitoring   of  system’s  readiness.  Power/Baery  /Antenna  /Equipment   failure/  baery  charging   •  Babery  Backup:  In  case  of  main  power  failure  (likely  at  a   fire),  12/24  hours  of  run-­‐Gme  (minimum)     •  Antenna  Isola7on.  NFPA  sGpulates  antenna  isolaGon   requirement  of  15  dB  higher  than  the  gain  of  the  amplifier.     •  Class  A  or  Class  B  Amplifier:  channelized  or  wideband       NFPA  -­‐  Compliance  
  47. 47. •  Different  DAS  interpretaGons  to  the   naGonal  codes  (NFPA,  IFC)  by  AHJ   •  Code  is  becoming  wiser  across  all   regions   NFPA    
  48. 48. Frequency  Bands  and  Technologies    
  49. 49. •  VHF:  136  –  174  MHz   •  UHF:  380  –  512  MHz   •  Channels  vary  by  locaGon  and  project   •  Need  to  keep  UL  and  DL  isolated                        Keep  UL  and  DL  on  separate  coaxial  paths  and  antennas                                      Use  custom  duplexers/mulGplexers  with  high  isolaGon     VHF  and  UHF  
  50. 50. 700C 700PS 700C 700PS 800PS 800C Cell 800PS 800C Cell DL DL UL UL UL UL DL DL 746-757 758-775 776-787 788-805 806-817 817-824 824-849 851-862 862-869 869-894 •  DL  of  one  frequency  band  showing  up  as  UL  of  an  adjacent  band   (7PDL/7FUL,  CUL/S8DL)   •  Bandpass  Filters  required  at  Remote  Modules   •  Typically  separate  remotes  required     •  Keep  adjacent  frequency  bands  on  separate  paths  from  HE-­‐>RU   •  Use  hybrid  coupler  with  high  isolaGon  to  combine  (30dB)   700  +  800  MHz  Commercial  and  Public  Safety  
  51. 51. •  LTE  E-­‐UTRA  Band   •  FDD  Frequency  band   •  Uplink  788-­‐798  MHz   •  Downlink  758-­‐768  MHz   •  Great  indoor  penetraGon  being  a  lower  band   700  MHz  Band  14  
  52. 52. •  Future  Frequency  Changes:  Need  to  support   future  frequency  requirement.  IFC  and  NFPA   promote  equipment  that  supports  VHF,  UHF   700  and  800  MHz   •  SelecGon  of    products  that  already  cover  from   VHF  to  800  will  provide  savings  in  the  future   •  Choose  products  that  are  “modula7on     agnos7c”  modulaGon  techniques  can  change   in  the  future   •  Single  mode  fiber  is  preferred  among  DAS   acGve  soluGons         Future  Bands  and  Technologies    
  53. 53. DAS   QuesGons  to  ask:     • Frequencies:  Does  it  support  Commercial  &   PS  bands  -­‐  134  MHz  to  2690  MHz?   • Modularity:  Does  the  equipment  support   commercial  and  public  safety  on  the  same   system?   • Expandability:  Can  I  pay  for  bands  that  I  need   now  and  easily  upgrade  in  the  future?   • Does  it  have  filtering  opGons  to  miGgate   interference?   Off  Air  Repeater   QuesGons  to  ask:     • Frequencies:  Does  it  support  bands  -­‐   700/800  MHz  and  VHF/UHF?   • Is  it  NFPA  Compliant?       • Does  it  offer  NEMA  4X  compliant   enclosure  suitable  for  both  indoor  and   outdoor  environments?   • Does  it  have  filtering  opGons  to  miGgate   interference?   Public  Safety  Product  Lines  
  54. 54. Public Safety DAS – Critical Coverage Requirement Case  Studies  
  55. 55. • Located  in  Washington  D.C.   • 290K  Square  Feet    Coverage   Area     • LEED  Silver  Design   • Police  and  EMS  Staff   • Radio  Service  Required   Tenants  and  Visitors  require  robust  public  safety  service     Site  A:  Consolidated  Forensic  Laboratory  (CFL)  
  56. 56. DAS  HEADEND  Public   Safety   Repeater   DAS  REMOTE   DAS  REMOTE   3rd  Floor  East   1st  Floor  West  4th  Floor  West   DAS  and  Repeater  Installa7on  Photos   •  700  MHz,  800MHz,  and  UHF  Support   •  Only  PS  repeater  NEMA4X-­‐rated,  due  to  budget   •  Ambient  coverage  ➔  parGal  DAS   •  No  ba  back-­‐up  ➔  building  already  has  centralized  back-­‐up  power  
  57. 57. •  Coordinate  with  AHJ,  walk  tesGng  ➔  frequencies?        VHF,  UHF,  700MHz   (Band  14?),  800  MHz,  and   900MHz   •  NEMA4X-­‐rated?  (typically)   •  Alarming  ➔  Dry  contacts  ➔  FACP  or  auto-­‐dialer   •  Baery  Back-­‐Up  ➔  12hrs/24hrs   •  Separate  coax  infrastructure?   •  DAS  deployment  in  phases?   •  PS  DAS  ➔  addiGonal  Commercial  layer  (separate  fiber)   DAS  Requirements  ‘to  live  by’  
  58. 58. Thank  You.     For  more  informaGon,  contact  sales@adrOech.com  AND   info@visiontech.biz     866-­‐746-­‐1122  |  410.424.2208   hp://www.visiontech.biz  |  hp://www.DAS-­‐Cell.com    
  59. 59. Thank You to Our Lanyard Sponsor
  60. 60. Moderator:  Mike  Rosato   Vice  President,  Strategic  Accounts-­‐GIANT  SoluBons   ***********   Rene  Pachinbhayag   In-­‐Building  SoluBons  Manager-­‐  AT&T  Mobile  and  Business  SoluBons     Cris  Kimbrough   Managing  Director-­‐CBRE     Kevin  Kurz   Wireless  Manager  South/Mid-­‐AtlanBc-­‐  Anixter,  Inc.     Frank  DesBto   Director-­‐Enterprise  Accounts-­‐  SOLID     Real  World  Perspec7ves  on  Enterprise  DAS  
  61. 61. Thank You to Our Silver Networking Sponsors
  62. 62.               Presented  by:  Scoj  Gregory   Director  of  MarkeBng  -­‐  SOLiD         Strategies  for  Dealing  with  Aging  DAS   Infrastructure  
  63. 63. GOLD PLATINUM SILVER Thank You to Our Annual Sponsors
  64. 64. 2017 Event Dates - February 15, 2017 – NEDAS Philly Social - April 18, 2017 – NEDAS Spring In-Building Wireless Summit - July 12, 2017 – NEDAS Boston Symposium - October 18, 2017 – NEDAS Fall In-Building Wireless Summit Seminar Series - December 13, 2016 – NEDAS Seminar presented by Perfect-10 - January 19, 2017 – NEDAS 2017 Seminar Series #1 - March 23, 2017 – NEDAS 2017 Seminar Series #2 - May 18, 2017 - NEDAS 2017 Seminar Series #3 - July 6, 2017 - NEDAS 2017 Seminar Series #4 - September 28, 2017 - NEDAS 2017 Seminar Series #5 - November 16, 2017 - NEDAS 2017 Seminar Series #6 Save the Date

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