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Document No: Source: GSC-19_010 Contact: Kohei 2.1 Agenda Item: Association of Radio Industries and Businesses SATOH Priorities of ARIB Kohei SATOH Executive Manager on Standardization ARIB GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva (ARIB) Priorities (1) - Stop decreasing ARIB membership M&A To decrease membership ex)

eAccess WILLCOM SOFTBANK MOBILE SOFTBANK New Study / R&D Items To increase membership ex) Radio utilization system for Robots Advanced private wireless communication systems GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 2 Priorities (2) - Strategic approach for global standardization Big three issues 5G : Collaborate worldwide through 5GMF (see attachment) UHDTV : Promote the system worldwide ITS : Promote the use of 700MHz Close cooperation with Fora / Consortia - draft STD with complete specification - full IPR submission gathering and analyzing information on IPR policy GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 3 Challenges

Find new Study / R&D items to meet market needs invite new members Provide steady support to members keep existing members Accurate and rapid consultation on radio wave use keep stable revenue GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 4 Next Steps International collaboration and Standardization Innovation by R&D of industry, academia, governmen leads the discussion Secretariat: ARIB/TTC GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 5 GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 6

The Fifth Generation Mobile Communications Promotion Forum (5GMF) 1. Organization 2. Objectives 3. Activities 4. Worldwide Collaboration 5. Target GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 7 1. Organization Establishment : 30 September 2014 Chairman : YOSHIDA, Susumu (Professor emeritus of Kyoto University) Vice-Chair SAKAUCHI, Masao (NICT), Vice-Chair SHINOHARA, Hiromichi (NTT) Members : (as of 8 May 2015) Corporate body: 5 , Academia individuals: 1 Special member: 3 (MIC, ARIB, TTC) Secretary : Association of Radio Industries and Businesses(ARIB) Telecommunications Technology Committee(TTC) Web site : http://5gmf.jp/ GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 8

Organizational Structure of the 5GMF Chairman of 5GMF Susumu Yoshida, Kyoto Univ. General Assembly Vice chairman of 5GMF Hiromichi Shinohara, NTT Masao Sakauchi, NICT Advisory Board Strategy & Planning Committee Chairman Hiroyuki Morikawa, Tokyo Univ. Acting chairman Takehiro Nakamura, NTT DOCOMO Technical Committee Service & Application Committee Chairman Gota Iwanami, INFOCITY Acting chairman Toshiki Hayashi, GEO NETWORKS Chairman

Seiichi Sampei, Osaka Univ. Acting chairmen Akira Matsunaga, KDDI Takaharu Nakamura, Fujitsu Strategy & Planning of 5G mobile and develop outcomes from this association Study technology and frequency requirements for 5G mobile Contact, coordinate and confer with suitable organizations in and outside Japan Coordinate among the various committees of this association Contact, coordinate and confer with international standards organizations and overseas organizations regarding technologies

GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva Network Architecture Committee 9 Study mobile applications for the 2020s Chairman Akihiro Nakao, Tokyo Univ. Acting chairman Atsushi Takahara, NTT Study overall network architecture for 5G mobile Study requirements and technologies for network infrastructure 2. Objectives Major objectives of 5GMF: To conduct R&D concerning 5G mobile and research and study on 5G standardization To collect information relating to 5G mobile and exchange thereof with other organizations To correspond and coordinate with related organization concerning 5G mobile

To conduct dissemination and enlightenment pertaining to 5G mobile 5G mobile = 5th generation mobile communications system GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 10 3. Activities plan of 5GMF Mid-term activities plan of 5GMF CY 2014 Future IMT Vision 2015 WRC15 2016 Requirements 2017 Workshop AWG in Japan Rel. 13 Rel. 14 Requirement SI Technology SI WI for 2020 Workshop? Academia

General Conference Events Society Conference CEATEC Wireless Japan/WTP 5GMF Project Presentations of achievements White Paper 5GMF Release in every spring and autumn Consideration of 5G system verification S&P General assembly Committee(May - June) GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva S&P Committee 11 Proof of the 5G system concept

Proof of the 5G system concept (1) Objectives Estimation of research and development result in 5GMF activities Estimation of the operation of an overall 5G mobile Demonstration of outputs on 5GMF to domestic and international organizations Promotion for practical use of 5G mobile GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 12 Proof of the 5G system concept (2) Tentative Schedule Start from CY 2017 Verify fundamental features in CY 2017 Verify advanced features from CY 2018 Term of verification tests: TBD To conform an overview of the proof of the 5G mobile concept (participating members, services and applications, network configuration, etc.) by the end of April 2015, and to proceed the approval procedure of 5GMF. To consider press release after the approval of 5GMF Assembly in the end of June 2015. GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 13 4. Worldwide Collaboration To exchange MOU with foreign 5G association

5G Infrastructure Association Korea G Forum GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 14 : 25 March 2015 : 8 April 2015 5. Target of 5GMF (1) Leading of R&D and International standardization to implement 5G mobile towards 2020 and beyond To make up a White Paper and Implementation roadmap Demonstrate 5G system total verification tests To perform total verification (mobile network + wired network + mobile application) from CY 2017 To summarize the overview of verification by the end of CY 2014 and call for participating of 5GMF members To contribute actively the international collaboration with international organizations Promote sharing information and vision to oversea, Europe(5G-PPP),Korea(5G Forum),China(IMT-2020 PA, FuTURE Forum). To play a major role of 5G mobile implementation GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 15

5. Target of 5GMF (2) International collaboration and Standardization Innovation by R&D of industry, academia, governmen leads the discussion GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 16 Supplementary Slides ARIB GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 17 ARIB in Summary [as of April 1, 2015 (April 1, 2014 )] Membership Full Member : Supporting Member : Standardization Standard (STD) :

Technical Report (TR): 200 (208) 4 ( 4) 159 (155) 63 ( 64) Technical Committee Study Group : R&D Group : 4 ( 6) 4 ( 2) Advanced Wireless Communications Study Committee (ADWICS) Subcommittee : 4 ( 4) Promotion Strategy Committee Subcommittee : 1 ( 1) ISDB-T : 17 countries (new : Sri Lanka May 2014, Maldives April 2014) Electromagnetic Environment Committee Subcommittee : 2 ( 2) GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 18 +7 -3 ARIB Activity - Work Contents Study/R&D - Standardization - work on telecom (Radio) & broadcasting fields

- develop Standard by consensus Promotion of Radio Industry - hold special seminars, monthly seminars - issue yearbook, quarterly bulletin, weekly news Consultation on Radio Wave Use - design radio links / select best available frequency for microwave and satellite links Cooperation with SDOs GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 19 ARIB Activity - Statistics (FY) 2011 2012 2013 Member 232 219 Income (100M\) member fee 2.6 2.6 Business 4.9 6.2 consultation others

1.8 3.1 2014 212 2.4 7.1 2.4 6.4 3.0 2.4 2.8 3.4 204 4.1 4.0 Standard STD TR GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 151 152

155 159 63 64 64 63 20 Current Activities (Telecommunications) (1/2) Mobile Communications International Mobile Telecommunication (IMT) Total number of Subscribers : 147.4 million (as of Dec. 2014) 3.9G : 61.9 million (as of Dec. 2014) LTE Advanced(4G) launched on March 2015 2020 and beyond AdHoc Group published White Paper Mobile Communications Systems for 2020 and beyond on 8 Oct. 2014 The Fifth Generation Mobile Communications Promotion Forum (5GMF) was established on 30 Sep. 2014 5GMF and 5G Forum (Korea) signed MoU on 6 April 2015 Broadband Wireless Access (BWA)

Mobile WiMAX (UQ Communications Inc.) : 50MHz BW 7.2 million Subscribers (as of Dec. 2014) Advanced XGP (Wireless City Planning) : 30MHz BW 7.7 million Subscribers (as of Dec. 2014) Fixed Wireless Access 10MHz BW 45 operators / 47 Region licensed (as of Feb. 2015) Integrated Transport Systems (ITS) 700MHz band ITS services will be deployed in Japan within this year GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 21 Current Activities (Telecommunications) (2/2) Wireless Communications for public use ARIB STD T-103 was developed in March 2011. Study field is enlarged to cover system for critical communication. Wireless LAN System R&D on interference issues to adjacent channel in 5GHz band WPT (Wireless Power Transmission/Transfer)

Completed drafting CJK WPT Technical Report 3 Broadband Wireless Forum BWF) is drafting ARIB Standards on WPT technologies GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 22 Current Activities (Broadcasting) (1/2) UHDTV (4K/8K) Broadcasting Road Map 2014 : Test broadcast (4K) 2015 : Practical broadcast (4K) 2016 : Test broadcast (8K) 2018 : Practical broadcast (4K/8K) Standard Program Production Video: ARIB STD-B56 (Ver.1.1 : Mar. 2014) Audio: ARIB STD-B59 (Ver.1.0 : Mar. 2014) Interface: ARIB STD-B58 (Ver.1.1 : Mar. 2015) Transmission Satellite ARIB STD-B44 (Ver.2.0 : July 2014) Receiver ARIB STD-B63 (Ver.1.1 : Mar. 2015) GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 23

Current Activities (Broadcasting) (2/2) Hybridcast Synchronized presentation of main program and Internet content NHK : Launched in Sep. 2013 Service expands to various programs Commercial TVs : TBS launched in Oct. 2014, others follow Multimedia Broadcasting V-low (99~108MHz) ISDB-TSB , Regional Service Final stage to start V-high (207.5~222MHz) ISDB-Tmm , Nation Wide Service mmbi launched 2 channel services in April 2012 (fee:\432/month)

1.7 million subscribers (as of Dec. 2014) mmbi launched 8 channel services in 1st April 2015 (fee:\685/month) GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 24 Global Standardization Closer collaboration among SDOs towards Global Standards Active exchange of information and views with other SDOs at meetings such as CJK, ITU-R WPs, APT Wireless Group and GSC. GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 25 Annex Slides ARIB GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 26 Secretariat Managing Director / Secretary General: Mr. Fusaki MATSUI Executive Director: Mr. Yoshihide ISHIDA Executive Director: Mr. Shigeki MORIYAMA Administration Department General Affairs

Personal Affairs Accounts R&D Headquarters Development Center Investigation and R&D Development of Technical Standards 9 Groups Radio Utilization Consulting Department Consultation and Information Services for Spectrum Utilization Planning and International Affairs Department Administrative work related to ARIB Standards Education and Popularization Correspondence with other national/international standards organizations GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 27 Technical Committee Telecommunication Study Group Radio utilization system for robots (29 Sep. 2014~) Broadband Mobile Communications System for Public/Private Use (1st April 2015~) R&D Group

Broadband Mobile Communications System for Public Use ( 31 Mar. 2015) Wireless LAN System (1st April, 2013~) Broadcasting Study Group Quality Evaluation Method for Broadcasting New Technology for a Next-generation Broadcasting R&D Group GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva Digital Broadcasting Systems Program Production Systems ( including UHDTV: 1st April 2015~) Transmission of Television Program Contribution Ultra-High-Definition Television Broadcasting Systems ( 31 Mar. 2015) 28 Advanced Wireless Communications (ADWICS) Study Committee 2020 and beyond AdHoc Oct. 2013~) Mobile Partnership Sub-Committee 3GPP / 3GPP2

oneM2M Standardize Sub-Committee WP5D, AWG Future IMT Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) Sub-Committee WiMAX XGP / AXGP Mobile Commerce Sub-Committee Mobile PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 29 Frequency Reallocation (1/3) (Digital TV Switchover) VHF:76~108/170~222MHz Analog TV TV 4-12ch Analog TV 1-3ch FM 76MHz 90MHz FM

FM* 76 MHz 90 MHz 170MHz 108MHz G B Broadband Mobile Communications System for public use Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting 95 99 MHz MHz 170 MHz 108 MHz

For FM stations to Max 13 broadcasters Complement AM Radios GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 207.5MHz 30 G B 202.5 MHz 13 Segs * 90-95MHz (on the air : Fall 2014 ) 222MHz 13 Segs mmbi Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting 207.5 MHz

222 MHz 7 Segs 7 broadcasters 222MHz Frequency Reallocation (2/3) (Digital TV Switchover) UHF:470~810MHz Analog TV 13-62ch FPU/Radio Microphone 470MHz Wireless MIC 806 810MHz 770MHz Digital TV Broadcasting 13 52ch R-MIC GB

Mobile GB ITS GB Mobile GB White Space 470MHz 710 714 718 748 755 765 773 803 806 FPU/Radio Microphone : Move to another band by March 2019 - FPU : Move to 1.2GHz / 2.4GHz - Radio Microphone : Move to 1.2GHz / 710-714MHz / UHF TV White Space GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 31

Wireless MIC 810MHz Frequency Reallocation (3/3) (Telecommunication) 890MH 960MHz Mobile 890-903MHz 2016~ (2) MCA Mobile 905-915MHz 915-950MHz 890-900MHz 900-915MHz GB (1) IMT

10MHz 15MHz 915-928MHz RFID RFID 930-940MHz GB 13MHz MCA 10MHz (1) Assigned to SOFTBANK MOBILE (SBM) in March 2012 SBM Started 5MHzx2 service from July 2012 Reallocation cost for MCA / RFID to be born by SBM (2) Personal Radio : Terminated by 2015 (3) STL/TTL : Reallocate to another band by Nov. 2015 GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 32 950-958MHz 945-960MHz GB 5MHz (1) IMT

15MHz (3) 1.7GHz IMT Band Expansion 35MHz2 in 1.7GHz band has been allocated to IMT/public use since 2005. The technical legislation of the adjacent 5MHz2 band was set in December 2012 for future use by IMT Not yet assigned LTE trial using 1744.9-1764.9 / 1839.9-1859.9 ~ Sep. 2013) 5MHz e-Access (15MHz) NTT DoCoMo* * : Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka was done by 5MHz (20MHz) 1744.9 1749.9

1764.9 1784.9 1839.9 Additional Frequency Bands GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva NTT DoCoMo* e-Access (15MHz) Public Use 33 1844.9 e-Access (Aug. 1859.9 (20MHz) Public Use 1879.9 MHz 2.5 GHz-band Channel Plan for BWA 2535

MHz 2545 MHz GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 45* Operators (*As of Feb 2015) 2575 2582 MHz MHz Mobile Communications (For Nation-wide deployment) UQ Communications (50MHz) 2592 2595 MHz MHz 34 Guard Band N-STAR Wireless City Planning (30MHz)

Mobile WiMAX (Reserved) Guard Band (For Nation-wide deployment) Guard Band Mobile Communications Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) (For Regional deployment) Guard Band AXGP 2645 MHz 2655 MHz N-STAR 2660 MHz Standardization Activities(1/2) Outcome from Standard Assembly

ARIB Standard (STD) Technical requirement for radio systems ARIB Technical Report (TR) Operational guidelines for radio systems Number of STD and TR * (As of March 17, 2015) STD TR Telecommunications 90 23 Broadcasting 69 39 0 1

General * Not including suppressed STD/TR Free Download http://www.arib.or.jp/english/html/overview/index.html GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 35 Standardization Activities(2/2) List of New ARIB Standards (April 2014 March 2015) Telecommunications ARIB STD-T114 Airport Digital Mobile Telecommunication System 2014> Type 2 ARIB STD-B61 : Conditional Access System (Second Generation) and CAS Program Download System Specifications for Digital Broadcasting ARIB STD-B62 : Multimedia Coding Specification for Digital Broadcasting

(Second Generation) ARIB STD-B63 : Receiver for Advanced Wide Band Digital Satellite Broadcasting ARIB STD-B64 : Audio Data Format in The Interface for UHDTV Production Systems ARIB STD-B65 : Portable 120GHz Band Digital Transmission System for Ultra-High Definition Television Program Contribution GSC-19 Meeting, 15-16 July 2015, Geneva 36

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