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Mueller Exhibit 33 TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 joint meeting HSDPA Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001 Title: Document for: Source: 12A010045 Approved report of the joint TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Information 3GPP support team Hans van der Veen ETSI Mobile Competence Centre F-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex Tel: +33 4 92 94 42 61 email: Hans.vanderVeen@etsi. fr 23 April 2001. APLNDC-WH-A 0000011441 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Opening of the meeting Denis Fauconnier (TSG-RAN WG2 Chairman) welcomed the delegates to ETSI and explained the logistics of the meeting. This meeting was intended to co-ordinate the efforts on HSDPA between WG1 and WG2 now that the Study Item was finished and the work on the Work Item would start. 1.1 Call for IPR Denis Fauconnier (Chairman) reminded the delegates of their obligations with respect to IPRs, explaining that IPRs should be declared to the Director-General or Chairman of the SDO, not to the WG2 Chairman. 2 Approval of the agenda 12A010001Draft Agenda (Chairman) Denis Fauconnier (Chairman) proposed the agenda for the meeting. Decision: The agenda was approved. 3 RAN report and Work Items presentation 12A01003525.950 v4.0.0 (MCC) This was the approved WG2 TR on HSDPA. Decision: Section 6.2 would be moved to the new TR on the Work Item. In section 6.4, the fifth bullet would be changed to "may be associated with either DPCH, S-CCPCH or standalone. (which case(s) is/are supported is FFS)". It was clarified that multiple antenna techniques may be used, but this was a physical layer issue that was not needed to be captured in Section 6.4. In bullet with the number 1 (Transport block size), the text would be changed to "semi-static of dynamic (FFS)". With the changes to the fifth bullet and to the bullet number 1, Section 6.4 would also be moved to the new TR. 12A01003625.848 v4.0.0 (MCC) This was the approved WG1 TR on HSDPA. The TSG-RAN plenary had approved the TRs, the conclusion of which was that HSDPA was feasible. The general conclusions had been approved, but the detailed recommendations were only noted since the plenary did not want to restrict the work to the techniques discussed for the Study Item. 4 Presentation of proposed HSDPA features 4.1 Requirements and evaluation criteria on HSDPA 12A010018Service Requirements for HSDPA (Vodafone Group) Alan Law (Vodafone Group) presented this document. Discussion: It was clarified that conversational was not part ofHSDPA. Vodafone believed that the urban environment was expected to be key for the introduction of HSDPA. It was also clarified that the services APLNDC-WH-A 0000011442 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) mentioned were the ones that Vodafone would like HSDPA to be used for, the ones to focus on (as a priority rather than exclusivity). Decision: The document was noted. 12A010014Requirements on HSDPA Feature (Ericsson) Erik Dahlman (Ericsson) presented this document. Discussion: In addition to the urban environments mentioned in l:2A010018, it was recommended by this paper to look into indoor environments also. Decision: The document was noted. 12A010003Further buffer complexity and processing time considerations on HARQ (Nokia) Esa Malkam~iki (Nokia) presented this document. Discussion: The proposal intended (as did 12A010014) to make a number of choices in parametrisation of the system (limiting the options). Decision: The document was noted. 12A010017Outstanding issues with HSDPA (Vodafone Group) Alan Law (Vodafone Group) presented this document. Discussion: It was clarified that from a UE point of view the cost would not go down (because Release ’99 and Release 4 would continue to need to be supported). A number of outstanding issues were highlighted that still needed to be studied from an operator perspective. It was clarified that a contribution had been presented at the last WG1 meeting on the power amplifier impacts of HSDPA with the conclusion that the same performance amplifier for R’99 should be able to support HSDPA. It was suggested to involve expertise of WG4 to carry out the potential further analysis, addressing issues on the overall impact on the hardware of the Node B, starting from an analysis of re-usability of power amplifiers. WG4 should address the feasibility aspects of 64 QAM from their viewpoint. Decision: The document was noted. It was agreed to involve WG4 in carrying out the potential further analysis. Requirements The following points were agreed (no particular order intended) and would be added as requirements fo the TR in a requirements section: - Use HSDPA for streaming, background and interactive class, not conversational class; - Improve system also by reduction of delay; - Prioritise urban environment (macro/micro), then indoor deployment (pico cells), but not restricted to these; - Accept features (or group of features) that bring significant incremental gains; - Limit costs for operators (value per feature ); .... - Provide certain features as UE capability parameters, i.e. not all features will be mandatory; - Limit number of parameters and options; - Ensure compatibility with advanced antenna and receiver techniques; - Take into account processing time vs. memory requirements; - Provide full mobility support, i.e., mobility should be supported for high-speed cases also, but optimisation should be for low-speed to medium-speed scenarios; - Take into account impact on R’99 network equipments and interfaces, in particular Node B; - Minimise UE complexity for a given performance; - Evolve from R’99 instead ofrevolutionise. APLNDC-WH-A 0000011443 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) 4.2 Simulation assumptions 12A010016Refinement of simulation assumptions for HSDPA capacity evaluation (Vodafone Group) Yannick LePezennec (Vodafone Group) presented this document. Discussion: It was clarified that the model used in WG1 so far could be found in the TR :25.848 (subclause 10.3.3). Table :2 was intended as an example only, not as a proposed model. It was stated that ’0 km per hour’ was difficult to simulate, and that ’1 km per hour’ would probably show the results that were needed for the 0 km per hour case. It was clarified that the static case needed to be looked at. The detail of how to model that case could be discussed later. The case for ’10 users’ was understood to model the "more-than-10-users" case while being reasonable to simulate. The refinement of assumptions could be done by experts for the next WG1 meeting. The simulations proposed here were intended to be run in the autumn to see what HSDPA would bring once decisions had been taken. Some of the contents on Table :2 were not really simulation assumptions, but parameters on which no decision had been taken yet. Decision: The document was noted. 12A010034Fairness Criteria for HSDPA evaluation simulations (Qualcomm Europe) Serge Willenegger (Qualcomm Europe) presented this document. Discussion: Neither the C/I method nor the Round Robin method was satisfactory for scheduling. It was commented that RLC (layer :2) should be on top (taking into account RNC and Node B). There were then two repetition layers (if the delay was assumed to be infinite (unrealistic), very nasty looping could follow), which meant that WG2 should first study the interactions. The proposal was not to specify a particular scheduler, but to define the criteria that an allowed scheduler should satisfy for simulation purposes. The scheduler algorithm should ideally be submitted with simulation results to allow experiments to be repeated. Decision: The document was noted. Conclusion - WG2 would evaluate the interactions between RLC and Node B scheduler/retransmission; - WG2 would define the expected services, e.g. BLER, delay from MAC-HS-DSCH. WG2 would evaluate the requirements on the Node B scheduler. These results will be given to WG1 for further refinement and usage in simulations; - WG1 and WG2 would define simulation assumptions for their respective parts; - Simulations would assess the performance benefits of HSDPA as requested in 12A010016. Details were to be discussed; Simulations for evaluation of given feature or for comparisons would be decided on a case-by-case basis; Whether or not to have RLC in the simulations in the future is f.f.s. Preference would be to do without it in order to simplify simulations. 4.3 Presentations 4.3.1 General 12A010020High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) - Overview (Motorola) Amitava Ghosh (Motorola) presented this document. Discussion: The regularity in the example on slide 11 was not intended to mean something, it was just an example. It was clarified that the document represented Motorola’s view, not TSG-RAN WGI’s view. Decision: The document was noted. APLNDC-WH-A 0000011444 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) 4.3.2 MAC and HS-DSCH model 12A010011MAC architecture model for HSDPA (Siemens) Christina Gessner (Siemens) presented this document. Discussion: From a modelling point of view, the functionality could be said to be Layer 3 (and as such be put in the RNC) or Layer 2 (and be put in MAC). It was better to keep the function for Hybrid ARQ separate from that of allocating resources. Decision: The document was noted. Following the conclusions on the MAC architecture model, a revision was provided in 12A010040. 12A010040MAC architecture model for HSDPA (Siemens) This document was the update of the MAC architecture model. It was captured in TR 25.855 (21A010042). 12A010026Physical layer model for HSDPA (Ericsson) Joakim Bergstr0m (Ericsson) presented this document. Discussion: It was clarified that, although the physical channel could go to more UEs, the logical channels were per UE. The exact contents of the indicator were not intended to be discussed in detail in this meeting. There was a timing issue. Some misunderstanding might be due to the use of the word "flag" (which appeared not to indicate a one-bit toggle in this case). The model was compatible with beamforming if you scheduled one UE at a time. In the model, there was always a dedicated channel. From signalling point of view and usage of channels, there was no difference with Release’ 99. The model was for FDD, but could be adapted for TDD to some extent. Decision: The document was noted. Following the conclusions on the MAC architecture model, a revision was provided in 12A010041. 12A010041Physical layer model for HSDPA (Ericsson) This document was the update of the Physical layer model. It was captured in TR 25.855 (21A010042). 12A010025TrCH multiplexing (interaction of L1/L2) (Lucent Technologies) Farooq Khan (Lucent Technologies) presented this document. Discussion: For what slide 3 (both left and right hand side) apparently tried to achieve, nothing new was needed, since R’99 already supported this. The main difference with 12A010026 (the Ericsson proposal) was that multiple HS-DSCH transport channels per user were proposed, but time-scheduled (they could have different TTI). Decision: The document was noted. 12A010031Semi-Static Code Space Division of Physical HS-DSCH (Lucent Technologies) Farooq Khan (Lucent Technologies) presented this document. Discussion: This was an extension to 12A010025. The preferred mode was the one described in that document, but this extension could be used if necessary. The extension needed more overhead. The main difference with the Motorola proposal was that the information would need to be broadcast, while the Motorola proposal used dedicated channels. It was not entirely clear which would be better from power consumption point of view. It was commented that the issue of dynamic TTIs should be separated. With respect to mapping TFCs and codes in Node B, it was also commented that there might be a misunderstanding of what R’99 allowed. It was not RRC but MAC that managed the code tree. It was stated that the main point of the contribution was on how to devise the control channel signalling. On page 11, 2nd APLNDC-WH-A 0000011445 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) bullet, a difference with R’99 was the use of "clever rules" (implicit allocation based on what is broadcast). This would allow for example to move part of the code tree without RRC signalling. Decision: The document was noted. Conclusion On MAC architecture model: - A feedback channel should be indicated directly (figure 3 in 12A010011); - Resource allocation and Hybrid ARQ would be kept separate in the model; - The RR handler should be removed; - For the UE side having more than one DSCH was tbd; - For now, additional functionality would be "in square brackets"; - A note on the UE Id would be added to say it was tbd. -=> A revision was provided in 12A010040. On physical layer model: One proposal for the physical layer model: There would be an associated DPCH; Two level approach; - Other proposals would have to be made in May co-located meetings in Pusan; - After May, select 1 (or several if shown beneficial); - Multiple HS-DSCH in a CCTrCH or only 1 is ffs; - One HS-DSCH per CCTrCH in the same TTI. -=> A revision was provided in 12A010041. On code space division: A contribution should be brought to WG2 to describe Usage of the mapping table; Requirements in terms of signalling broadcast; Requirements on the UE; The outcome in WG2 would be discussed in the May co-located meetings. 4.3.3 HARQ 12A010015Proposals for HSDPA Feature (Ericsson) Erik Dahlman (Ericsson) presented this document. Discussion: There was some confusion on the terminology "synchronous"/"asynchronous". In this contribution "synchronous" was used when the channel number was identified implicitly by the timer. Decision: The document was noted. 12A010027HARQ requirements (Ericsson) Johan Torsner (Ericsson) presented this document. Discussion: The request was to have the section 2 included in the TR. From SDU delay the beginning of the sentence "A low average" would be deleted. Delay variations would be added. Link throughput would be added. In 2.1 he first sentence of the last paragraph would be deleted, and also the first part of the second sentence in that paragraph (so that what was left read "This needs to be considered...". Decision: The document was noted. With the changes described the requirements (Section 2) would be included in the TR. APLNDC-WH-A 0000011446 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) 12A010030A2IR for HSDPA - hsdpa features, high level presentation (Lucent Technologies) Farooq Khan (Lucent Technologies) presented this document. Discussion: With respect to gains, the capacity for the whole system should be looked at. Decision: The document was noted. 12A010013Quad-channel Stop and Wait HARQ in TDD Mode (Siemens) Thomas Stadler (Siemens) presented this document. Discussion: It was commented in general that FDD and TDD should be as aligned as possible. This was qualified as being valid mainly for Iub and RNC, and UE memory complexity. Decision: The document was noted. Conclusion - The protocol would be worked on in WG2 and when some more decisions had been taken there, the results would be discussed with WG1 in the May meeting; - WG1 could meanwhile work on the complexity performance and layer 1 overhead aspects; - FDD and TDD should be as aligned as possible mainly for Iub and RNC, and UE memory complexity. To what extent alignment in the Node B (e.g. MAC) was necessary needed to be discussed; Proposals for Hybrid ARQ needed to be submitted latest for the May meeting. 4.3.4 SIG 12A010005HSDPA related signaling parameters in downlink (Nokia) Esa Malkam~ki (Nokia) presented this document. Discussion: The following table was proposed in the contribution: Table 1: Summary of HS-DSCH related parameters in downlink. Parameter UE identification MCS HS-DSCH power level Code channels FHARQ process # FHARQ redundancy version FHARQ packet number Power offset for uplink Total Before the HSDSCH data packet Prop Min Max 1 1 16 2 2 3 0 0 n 0 2 8 Simultaneously with HSDSCH data packet Min Prop Max 0 2 3 5 0 6 0 27+ n 2 2 2 15 There were comments on the last two parameters. It was agreed to delete "Signaling info" because it was very confusing. What should be part of TFCI and what part of other signalling was for further study. The table needed to be reviewed. Decision: The document was noted. An empty version of this table would be included in the TR and all proposals would show how they proposed to fill out that table. 12A010010Signalling Requirements for HSDPA in TDD mode (Siemens) Christina Gessner (Siemens) presented this document. APLNDC-WH-A 0000011447 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Discussion: It would be better to have a list of semantical information, similar to 12A010005. Exactly which messages etc. was too much detail at this stage. It was also better to separate uplink and downlink. For TDDspecific things, the semantic information could always be indicated as "TDD only" if it was not possibile to use the same for FDD and TDD. It was clarified that "TDD" always applied to both 3.84 Mcps and 1.28 Mcps, unless specifically stated otherwise. Decision: The document was noted. A revision would be provided to WG2. 12A010028Variable DL channel condition feedback rate for HSDPA (SONY Corporation) Katsutoshi Itoh (SONY Corporation) presented this document. Discussion: To make clear it was not the measurement report, it would be called measurement feedback. A table was needed for the uplink signalling. Two cases needed to be studied: with or without measurement feedback. ACKiNACK would be in the table also. Measurement feedback rate might be fixed or determined by upper layers. The TDD parameters needed to be added as well. All this would be covered in the TR. Decision: The document was noted. The relevant parts would be covered in the TR as described above. 12A010006DL control channel structures for parameters sent before HS-DSCH TTI (Nokia) Esa Malkam~ki (Nokia) presented this document. Decision: The document was noted. This would be handled in WG1. 12A010007DL control channel structures for parameters sent simultaneously with HS-DSCH TTI (Nokia) Esa Malkam~ki (Nokia) presented this document. Decision: The document was noted. This would be handled in WG1. 12A010012Signalling and Data Transfer for HSDPA in TDD Mode: Modelling of Layerl/Layer2 interface (Siemens) Fariba Raji (Siemens) presented this document. Discussion: It was asked why a specific primitive was introduced, since FACH could transport anything and the only important thing was the Layerl/Layer2 interface (transport channel was independent of what happened above). It was explained that it looked like FACH, but that there were some important differences. If a new physical channel was needed, more evidence was needed to prove that it could not be done by an existing physical channel. Decision: The document was noted. It would be captured in the TR that a new physical channel might be needed for TDD HSDPA (and add that it was TBD). 12A010019Physical Layer Considerations for the Signalling Channels associated to the HS-DSCH in TDD (Siemens) OlafPollakowski (Siemens) presented this document. Discussion: It was better to show why changes to the existing situation were needed. This would also help in getting support for changes (this comment was generally valid, not simply for this contribution). If provided in such a way, WG2 could discuss the issue better. Comments could be provided to Siemens directly. Decision: The document was noted. 4.3.5 TTI 12A010023Variable TTI for HSDPA - hsdpa features, high level presentation (Lucent Technologies) Ashok Rudrapatna (Lucent Technologies) presented this document. APLNDC-WH-A 0000011448 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Discussion: Multi-user-diversity referred to scheduling gains. Decision: The document was noted. 12A010002HSDPA Transport channel data rate granularity with fixed TTI length (Nokia) Esa Malkam~iki (Nokia) presented this document. Discussion: Comments were provided in 12A010037. Decision: The document was noted. 12A010037Comments on HSDPA variable TTI contribution (Lucent Technologies) Nandu Gopalakrishnan (Lucent Technologies) presented this document. Discussion: This was commenting on 12A010002. It was clarified that the proposal of 64QAM would be an optional feature. Decision: The document was noted. Incremental vs. Chase would be handled in WG1. Asynchronous operation would be studied as part of Hybrid ARQ in WG2. Variable TTI was an addition to the semi-static TTI which needed to be supported by the standard. Its merits compared to semi-static would need to be shown as an incremental gain in WG1 and WG2. Both groups would resynchronise on the subject in the colocated meeting in Pusan in May. 12A O10015Proposals for HSDPA Feature (Ericsson) (see 4. 3. 3) 12A010039Discussion on TTI parametrisation (Nortel Networks) Evelyne Le Strat (Nortel Networks) presented this document. Discussion: The idea of semi-static was to have one value for 10 ms and one value for lower than 10 ms. The exact optimum needed to be studied. The document proposed not to use variable TTI. Decision: The document was noted. More contributions were invited. The choice of one fixed, two semistatic or multiple semi-static values was left open for now. 4.3.6 Downlink CChannel 12A010021Control Channel Structure for HS-DSCH (Motorola) Amitava Ghosh (Motorola) presented this document. Discussion: The term "scrambling" code should have been "channelisation" code. One code for each user would result in spreading gain. The "shared dedicated" channel indicated a shared channel that was dedicated for a short period of time (with associated possibility of power control, beamforming etc.). It was asked how many users would typically be DCH+DSCH "state". The reason for that was that if the number was 128, this would eat something like 25% of the codes and a more efficient way might be needed, but if it was 32 or 64, the amount of codes necessary was negligible. It was clarified that the proposal was based on a two level approach (as described in agenda item 4.3.2). Decision: The document was noted. 12A010029Discussion on TFCI for E-DSCH (Panasonic) Hidetoshi Suzuki (Panasonic) presented this document. Discussion: Method 1 was acknowledged not to work. The Motorola and Ericsson proposals could more or less be mapped on Method 3, although it could also be said that the Motorola proposal was Method 2. A Nokia proposal was a mixture of Method 2 and Method 3. Decision: The document was noted. APLNDC-WH-A 0000011449 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) 12A010024HS-DSCH timing considerations (signalling) (Lucent Technologies) Farooq Khan (Lucent Technologies) presented this document. Discussion: Following earlier discussion, the proponent thought it would be worthwhile investigating the one level approach as well, though this document was based on the two level approach. The time between the scheduling decision and the actual moment that it can be sent had been investigated by Nokia and was in the order of 3 slots (2 ms) minimum (which would be difficult for the UE). Decision: The document was noted. Summary Two step approach: Method A Method B Method C On DPCH 1 bit Pointer to the "dedicated" DSCH control channel Part of TFCI On DSCH CC TFCI TFCI DSCH C Channel 1 CDM, N UE per TTI N (8) CDM channels, 1 per UE per TTI Part of TFCI 1 CDM, N UE per TTI Candidates for contents on DSCH CC TFCI; Scheduling (RR allocation) info; HARQ info. The delay assumption between the scheduling decision and sending on block on HS-DSCH was a minimum of 3 slots, but because of processing time in UE, encoding of indicators, and advanced receivers, more was expected. The main (possibly conflicting) aspects to take into account when taking a decision on the signalling: Delay; Robustiness of signalling; Amount of signalling allowed; UE complexity (processing time). WG2 would provide some requirements to WG1 and WG1 would further discuss this in the May meeting before the next joint meeting with WG2. 4.3.7 Uplink CChannel 12A010008HSDPA signaling in uplink (Nokia) Esa Malkam~iki (Nokia) presented this document. Discussion: There was a question on whether the reference to CPICH SIR was intentional. In clarification, it was explained that a Study Item to re-introduce SIR had been approved at the TSG-RAN plenary. The issue was open for discussion. Decision: The document was noted. More consideration time was needed before conclusions could be drawn. 12A010009Uplink channel structure for HSDPA (Samsung) This document was withdrawn. 10 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011450 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) 4.3.8 RLC 12A010033RLC operation with HSDPA (Nokia) There was no time left to handle this document. It could be brought directly to the relevant WG (WG2). 4.3.9 AMC 12A O10015Proposals for HSDPA Feature (Ericsson) (see 4. 3. 3) 12A010038Enhanced Symbol Mapping method for the modulation of Turbo-coded bits based on bit priority (Samsung) This document was replaced by 12A010044. 12A010044Enhanced Symbol Mapping method for the modulation of Turbo-coded bits based on bit priority (Samsung) Hunkee Kim (Samsung) presented this document. Discussion: The contribution contained a lot of details and would be handled in WG1 directly. Questions could, however, be addressed to Samsung. Decision: The document was noted. This would be studied further in WG1. 4.3.10 FCS 12A010004Simulations on FCS benefits (Nokia) There was no time left to handle this document. It could be brought directly to the relevant WG (WG1). There was a specific SI for this issue. 4.3.11 MIMO 12A010022Impact of MIMO Technology in HSDPA (Lucent Technologies) There was no time left to handle this document. It could be brought directly to the relevant WG (WG1). There was a specific WI for this issue. 4.3.12 RECAP 12A010032Rel’5 HSDPA considerations (Nokia) This document was replaced by 12A010043. 12A010043Rel’5 HSDPA considerations (Nokia) Decision: The document was noted. 5 Physical layer model, and services to upper layers Because the meeting had been handled somewhat differently from the original intention, all contributions were handled in other (subclauses). 11 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011451 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) 6 Conclusions and way forward in RAN1 and RAN2 12A010042Draft TR 25.855 v0.0.1 on High Speed Downlink Packet Access (Rapporteur) Ravi Kuchibhotla (Rapporteur) presented this document. Discussion: The TDD parameters were missing. A note needed to be added that the signalling requirements might not be complete. References were missing. It would be added that a new physical channel might be needed for TDD (tbd). The sentence below figure 2 would be deleted. Decision: The document was noted. Comments could be provided until Monday midnight Pacific time and the report would be considered endorsed after that. 7 Any other business There was no input for this agenda item. 8 Closing of the meeting Denis Fauconnier (Chairman) closed the meeting and thanked the delegates for their work and attendance. A follow-up joint meeting between WG1 and WG2 would be held during the co-located May meeting (Pusan). WG4 also steed needed to do some work (for instance on 64QAM). A reminder would be sent to them. 12 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011452 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Annex A: List of delegates (attendees) Mr. Mirko Aksentijevic NOKIA Corporation P.O Box 301 FIN 00045 Nokia Group Linnoitustie 6 FI - 00045 ESPOO Tel : +358 9 511 388 29 Fax : +358 9 511 384 52 Mobile +358 40 707 1427 Intemet address: mirko.aksentijefic@nokia.com X400 address: Ms. Ban AI -Bakri MOTOROLA S.A. ABS - Azur Business Services Les Algorithmes - Brit. Aristote A 2000, Route des Lucioles - BP 29 FR - 06921 Sophia Antipolis Cddex Tel : +33492944719 Fax : + 33 4 93 95 80 52 Mobile +33 6 03 60 28 88 Intemet address: ban.al-bakri@motorola.com X400 address: Mr. Byron Bakaimis SAMSUNG Electronics The Communication House South Street GB - STAINES TW18 4QE Tel : +44 (0) 1784 428 600 Fax : +44 (0) 1784 428 629 Mobile +44 (0) 7799 8977 59 Intemet address: byronbak@aol.com X400 address: Mr. Matthew Baker Philips Electronics UK Ltd. Cross Oak Lane Redhill GB - SURREY RH1 5HA Intemet address: bakermp2@prl.research.philips.com X400 address: Tel : +44 1293 815287 Fax : +44 1293 815493 Mobile Mr. Stephen Barrett MOTOROLA Ltd 16 Euroway Blagrove, Swindon GB - WlLTSHIRE SN5 8YQ Tel : +44 1793 566217 Fax : +44 1793 566225 Mobile Intemet address: sbarretl@ecid.cig.mot.com X400 address: Mr. Per Beming ERICSSON L.M. Torshamnsgatan 23 SE - 16480 STOCKHOLM Tel : +46 8 404 4681 Fax : +46 8 757 5720 Mobile +46 70 376 22 52 Intemet address: per.beming@era.ericsson.se X400 address: Mr. Joakim Bergstr6m Ericsson Radio System AB Torshamnsgatan 23 Tel : +46 8 404 7396 Fax : +46 8 757 5720 Mobile 13 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011453 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Kista SE - 164 80 Stockholm Intemet address: joakim.bergstrom@era.ericsson.se X400 address: Mr. Jens Berkmann INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES P.O. Box 80 09 49 DE - 81609 MUNICH Intemet address: j ens.berkmann@infineon, corn X400 address: Tel : +49 89 234 84214 Fax : +49 89 234 713 017 Mobile Dr. Hai Bi CATT Tel : +8610-62304422ext208 Fax : +8610-62303127 Mobile CNIntemet address: bih@catt.ac.cn X400 address: Mr. Nicolas Billy ALCATEL France 33, rue Emeriau FR - 75725 PARIS Cedex Intemet address: nicolas.billy@alcatel.fr X400 address: Tel : +33 1 30 77 30 54 Fax : +33 1 30 77 94 30 Mobile Dr. Josef Blanz QUALCOMM EUROPE S.A.R.L. QUALCOMM International Germany Airport Business Centre Am S61dnermoos 17 DE- 85399 Mtinchen-Hallbergmoos Intemet address: jblanz@qualcomm.com X400 address: Tel : +49 89 607 843 Fax : +49 89 607 858 Mobile +33 6 88382023 Ms. Sarah Boumendil NORTEL NETWORKS (EUROPE) 19 avenue du centre FR - 78928 Montigny le Bretonneux Intemet address: boumendi@nortelnetworks.com X400 address: Tel : +33 1 39 44 58 16 Fax : +33 1 39 44 52 52 Mobile +33 685 74 32 82 Mr. Frank Burkert SIEMENS AG OEN MB Hofmannstrasse 51 DE - 81359 MUENCHEN Intemet address: Frank.Burkert@Mch.Siemens.DE X400 address: Tel : +498972254344 Fax : +498972246489 Mobile Mr. Jean-Xavier canonici INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES P.O. Box 80 09 49 DE - 81609 MUNICH Intemet address: jean-xavier.canonici@infineon.com X400 address: Tel : +33-492383791 Fax : +33-(0)492383676 Mobile 14 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011454 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Mr. Ginkyu Choi Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd San# 14 Nongseo-Ri Kiheung-Eup Yongin-City KR- 449-900 Kyunggi-Do Internet address: gkchoi@bear.telecom, samsung.co.kr X400 address: Tel : +82 31 280 1960 Fax : +82 31 280 1975 Mobile 011 714 8321 Mr. Mark Cudak MOTOROLA Ltd IL02/2928 1301 E Algoquin Rd. USA-IL 60196 SCHAUMBURG Internet address: amc005@email.mot.com X400 address: Tel : +1 847 576 2375 Fax : +1 847 538 8378 Mobile Dr. Erik Dahlman Ericsson Inc. Tel : +46 8 764 13 77 Fax : +46 8 585 314 80 Mobile +46 70 677 6705 USIntemet address: erik.dahlman@era.ericsson.se X400 address: Mrs. Rossella De Benedittis SIEMENS ICN S.p.A Cascina di Castelletto IT - 20019 SETTIMO MILANESE Intemet address: Rossella.DeBenedittis@SIEMENS-ICN.IT X400 address: Tel : +39 024 388 2209 Fax : +39 024 388 3395 Mobile Mr. Guillaume Decarreau France Telecom France Telecom R&D 38-40 rue du Gdndral Leclerc FR - 92794 ISSY MOULINEAUX CEDEX Intemet address: guillaume.decarreau@francetelecom.com X400 address: Tel : +33 1 45 29 58 99 Fax : +33 1 45 29 41 94 Mobile Mr. Thierry D~rand Mitsubishi Electric Co. 8-1 - 1 Tsukaguchi-Honmachi Amagasaki-shi JP - 661 8661 HYOGO Intemet address: derand@merl.com X400 address: Tel : +1 908-665-1200 Fax : +1 908-665-2411 Mobile Dr. Steve Dick INTERDIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS InterDigital Communications Corp. 2 Huntington Quadrangle 3rd Floor South Wing US - 11747 MELVILLE Tel : +1 631 622 4001 Fax : +1 631 622 0100 Mobile 15 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011455 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Intemet address: steve.dick@interdigital.com X400 address: Mr. Jean Dumazy PHILIPS CONSUMER COMMUNICATION Route d’Angers FR - 72081 LE MANS CEDEX 9 Intemet address: jean.dumazy@philips.com X400 address: Tel : +33 2 43 18 48 08 Fax : +33 2 43 41 18 18 Mobile Mr. Denis Fauconnier NORTEL NETWORKS (EUROPE) 1 Place des Freres Montgolfier BP 50 FR - 78928 YVEL1NES CEDEX 9 Intemet address: dfauconn@nortelnetworks.com X400 address: Tel : +33 1 39 44 52 87 Fax : +33 1 39 44 50 12 Mobile +33 06 85 74 35 29 Mr. Patrick FISCHER ALCATEL France 33, rue Emeriau FR - 75725 PARIS Cedex Intemet address: patrick.fischer@alcatel.fr X400 address: Tel : +33169634335 Fax : +33169634360 Mobile Mr. Paul Etienne Folacci TEXAS Instruments BP 5 FR - 06271 VILLENEUVE LOUBET cede Intemet address: p-folacci@ti.com X400 address: Tel : +33 4 93 22 28 97 Fax : +33 4 93 22 27 40 Mobile Mr. Dirk Gerstenberger ERICSSON L.M. Tel : +46 58 533 901 Fax : +46 8 508 79600 Mobile ERICSSON Radio Systems AB SE - 16480 STOCKHOLM Intemet address: dirk.gerstenberger@era.ericsson.se X400 address: Ms. Christina Gessner SIEMENS AG Siemensdamm 62 DE - 13623 BERLIN Tel : +49 30 386 33346 Fax : +49 30 386 25548 Mobile Intemet address: christina.gessner@icn.siemens.de X400 address: Mr. Irfan Ghauri Eurdcom Institut Eurdcom 2229 route des Cr&es B.P. 193 FR - 06904 Sophia Antipolis cedex Tel : +33 4 93 00 26 39 Fax : +33 4 93 00 26 27 Mobile +33 (0)6 17 13 42 38 Intemet address: alax@cellular3g.com X400 address: 16 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011456 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Dr. Amitabha Ghosh Motorola Inc. 1501 West. Shure Drive Arlington Heights US - 60004 ILLINOIS Intemet address: ga0047@email.mot.com X400 address: Tel : +1 847 632 4121 Fax : +1 847 435 0789 Mobile Mr. Nandu Gopalakrishnan Lucent Technologies, Inc. 67 Whippany Road, 14C-327 US - 07981 WHIPPANY (NJ) Intemet address: ngopal@lucent.com X400 address: Tel : +01-973-884-6477 Fax : +01-973-386-2651 Mobile Mr. Wolfgang Granzow ERICSSON Eurolab R&D Radio Communication Nordostpark 12 DE - 90411 N!3RNBERG Tel : +49 911 5217 308 Fax : +49 911 5217 950 Mobile Intemet address: wolfgang.granzow@eed.ericsson, se X400 address: Mr. Marc Griguer France Telecom France Telecom R&D 38-40 Rue Gdndral Leclerc FR - 92131 Issy-les-Moulineaux Tel : +33 1 45 29 55 42 Fax : +33 1 45 29 64 40 Mobile Intemet address: marc.griguer@francetelecom.fr X400 address: Mr. Francesco Grilli QUALCOMM EUROPE S.A.R.L. Les Algorithmes, Aristote B 2000 route des Lucioles BP 126 FR - 06903 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX Tel : +1 858 865 3742 Fax : Mobile Intemet address: fgrilli@qualcomm.com X400 address: Mr. Christoph Herrmann PHILIPS GmbH Philips Research Weisshausstr. 2 PO BOX 500145 DE - 52085 AACHEN Tel : +49 241 600 3577 Fax : +49 241 600 3519 Mobile Intemet address: christoph.herrmarm@philips.com X400 address: Dr. Volker Hoehn MANNESMANN Mobilfunk GmbH TEB Am Seestem 1 DE - 40543 DI]SSELDORF Tel : +49 211533 3637 Fax : +49 211 533 2834 Mobile +49 17224 03326 Intemet address: volker.hoehn@d2vodafone.de X400 address: 17 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011457 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Dr. Henry Horng Mitsubishi Electric Co. 8-1 - 1 Tsukaguchi-Honmachi Amagasaki-shi JP - 661 8661 HYOGO Intemet address: homg@merl.com X400 address: Tel : +1 908-665-1200 Fax : +1 908-665-2411 Mobile Mrs. Jinling Hu CATT CATT Xue Yuan road N°40 Hai Dian district CN - 100083 Beijing Intemet address: hujl@tdscdma.com X400 address: Tel : +86 l0 623044662173 Fax : +86 l0 62304701 Mobile Dr. Naoto Ishii NEC Corporation Mita Kokusai Bldg 1-4-28,Mita Minato-ku JP - 108-0073 TOKYO Intemet address: naoto_ishii@da.jp.nec.com X400 address: Tel : +81 45 939 2672 Fax : +81 45 939 2713 Mobile Mr. Katsutoshi Itoh SONY Corporation 1-8-15, Konan, Minato-ku JP - 108 TOKYO Internet address: kitoh@wtlab.sony.co.jp X400 address: Tel : +81 3 5782 5199 Fax : +81 3 5782 5213 Mobile Mr. Bruno Jechoux MITSUBISHI Electric Telecom Immeuble Germanium 8 Avenue des Buttes de Coesmes FR - 35700 RENNES Intemet address: jechoux@tcl.ite.mee.com X400 address: Tel : +33 2 99 84 26 l0 Fax : +33 2 99 84 21 15 Mobile Dr. Alan Jones IPWireless Inc. 4 Lansdowne Court Bumpers Way GB - Chippenham SN14 6RZ Intemet address: ajones@ipwireless.com X400 address: Tel : +44 1249 705400 Fax : +44 1249 705401 Mobile Dr. Raafat Kamel Wiscom Technologies Inc. 100 Walnut Ave. Suite 200 US - 07066 CLARK Tel : +732 340 0679 Fax : +732 340 9566 Mobile 18 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011458 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Intemet address: rkamel@wiscomtech.com X400 address: Dr. Makis Kasapidis MATSUSHITA COMMUNICATION Daytona Drive, Colthrop Thatcham GB - BERKSHIRE RG19 4ZD Intemet address: makis.kasapidis@mci.co.uk X400 address: Tel : +44 1635 875528 Fax : +44 1635 871345 Mobile +44 77 85 300414 Dr. Farooq Khan Lucent Technologies 263 Shuman bvld US - 60540 Naperville Intemet address: fkhanl @lucent.corn X400 address: Tel : +l 732 949 5984 Fax : +l 732 949 1504 Mobile Mr. Bonghoe Kim LG Electronics Inc. 533 Hogye-dong, Dongon-ku Anyong-shi KR- KYUNGK-DO Intemet address: bong@lgic.co.kr X400 address: Tel : +82-31-450-2945 Fax : +82-31-450-7912 Mobile Dr. Hunkee Kim Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd Suwon P.O Box 105 Tel : +82-31-280-1970 Fax : +82-31-280-1975 Mobile KR - 440 600 Kyung-ki-Do Intemet address: hunkee_kim@samsung.com X400 address: Mr. Ravi Kuchibhotla MOTOROLA Ltd 1501 W. Shure Dr. US - IL 60004 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Intemet address: ravi.kuchibhotla@motorola.com X400 address: Tel : +l 847 632 3577 Fax : Mobile Mr. Hyuck Chan Kwon LG Electronics Inc. 533 Hogye-dong, Dongon-ku Anyong-shi KR- KYUNGK-DO Intemet address: durer@commsys.yonsei.ac.kr X400 address: Tel : +82-31-450-7129 Fax : +82-31-450-7912 Mobile Mr. Alan Law VODAFONE Group Plc The Courtyard 2-4 London Road, Newbury GB - BERKSHIRE RG14 1JX Intemet address: alan.law@vf.vodafone.co.uk X400 address: Tel : +44 1635 676470 Fax : +44 1635 234895 Mobile 19 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011459 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Ms. Tania Le Goff NORTEL NETWORKS (EUROPE) Nortel Networks (Europe) 19 avenue du Centre FR - 78928 Montigny le Bretonneux Intemet address: tlegoff@nortelnetworks.com X400 address: Tel : +33 1 39 44 3775 Fax : +33 1 39 44 5252 Mobile Mr. Yannick Le Pezennec VODAFONE Group Plc The Courtyard 2-4 London Road GB - NEWBURY RG14 1JX Intemet address: yannick.lePezennec@vf.vodafone.ud.uk X400 address: Tel : +44 1635 685 870 Fax : +44 1635 673 969 Mobile +44 774 893 8886 Ms. Evelyne Le Strat NORTEL NETWORKS (EUROPE) CT111/1, Place des Frbres Montg olfier GUYANCOURT FR - 78928 YVELINES CEDEX 9 Intemet address: elestrat@nortelnetworks.com X400 address: Tel : +33 1 39 44 53 39 Fax : +33 1 39 44 50 12 Mobile +33 6 85 74 39 63 Mr. Kook-Heui Lee Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd 12th El., Samsung Plaza Blg., 263 Seohyen-Dong, Bundang-Gu, Sungnam-Si, KR - 440 600 Kyungki-Do Intemet address: kh-lee@samsung.com X400 address: Tel : +82 31 779 6807 Fax : +82 31 779 8003 Mobile Mr. Ju Ho Lee Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd 12th El., Samsung Plaza Blg., 263 Seohyen-Dong, Bundang-Gu, Sungnam-Si, KR - 440 600 Kyungki-Do Intemet address: juholee@samsung.com X400 address: Tel : +82 342 779 6818 Fax : +82 342 779 6829 Mobile Mr. Jinsock Lee Telecom Modus Ltd. Cleeve Road GB - Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7S Intemet address: jinsock.lee@t-modus.nec.co.uk X400 address: Tel : +44 1372 804 880 Fax : +44 1372 804 804 Mobile Mrs. Catherine Leretaille NORTEL NETWORKS (EUROPE) 1 Place des Fr~res Montgolier BP 50 FR - 78042 Guyancourt Cedex Tel : +33 1 39 44 57 47 Fax : +33 1 39 44 52 52 Mobile +33 6 85 74 39 63 20 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011460 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Intemet address: leretail@nortelnetworks.com X400 address: Mr. Feng Li CATT Tel ¯ +86-10-62304466-2150 Fax: +86-10-62303123 Mobile Xue Yuan Rd 40# 3G TDD Group CN - 100083 Beijing Intemet address: lifeng@pub.tdscdma.com X400 address: Dr. Ke Li SIEMENS AG SIEMENS Ltd ICM N R&D TD-SCDMA 11 F WanNing Mansion #9 WanNing Zhonghuan Nanlu CN - 100102 Beijing Intemet address: ke.li@pekl.siemens.com.cn X400 address: Tel : +8610 64721888e8924 Fax : +8610 64720717 Mobile Mr. Rickard Ljung TELIA AB Box 85 SE - 20120 Malm6 Imemet address: rickard.m.Oung@telia.se X400 address: Tel : +46 40 l0 51 40 Fax : +46 40 30 70 29 Mobile Mr. Matteo Magotti OMNITEL Via G. Jervis, 13 IT - 10015 IVREA (TO) Intemet address: matteo.magotti@omnitel.it X400 address: Tel : +39 0125 624 628 Fax : +39 0125 624 734 Mobile Dr. Esa Malkamaki NOKIA Corporation P.O. Box 407 FI - 00045 ESPOO Intemet address: esa.malkamaki@nokia.com X400 address: Tel : +358-40-7038150 Fax : +358-718036858 Mobile Mr. Peter Maim ERICSSON L.M. ERICSSON LM Kista SE- 12625 STOCKHOLM Intemet address: peter.malm@ecs.ericsson.se X400 address: Tel : +46 46 194482 Fax : +46 46 193455 Mobile Mr. Axel Meiling SIEMENS AG SIEMENS AG Siemensdamm 62 DE - 13623 BERLIN Tel : +49 30 386 33376 Fax : +49 30 386 28099 Mobile 21 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011461 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Intemet address: axel.meiling@icn.siemens.de X400 address: Mr. Juha Mikola NOKIA Corporation P.O. Box 407 F! - 00045 NOKIA GROUP Intemet address: juha.mikola@nokia.com X400 address: Tel : +358 40 749 9269 Fax : +358 9 4376 6850 Mobile Mr. Marc Montserrat INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES P.O. Box 80 09 49 DE - 81609 MUNICH Intemet address: Marjorie.spehler@infineon.com X400 address: Tel : +33 492 38 36 63 Fax : +33 492 38 36 76 Mobile Mr. Yong-Suk Moon Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd San# 19 Vongseo-ri Kiheung-Eup Yongin-city KR - 440 900 Kyungki-Do Intemet address: ysmoon@samsung.com X400 address: Tel : +82 31 280 1966 Fax : +82 31 280 1975 Mobile Mr. Jens Mueckenheim Lucent Technologies Network Systems GmbH Thurn-und-Taxis-Str. 10 DE - 90411 NUREMBERG Intemet address: jmueckenheim@lucent.com X400 address: Tel : +49 91 15 26 2842 Fax : +49 91 15 26 4990 Mobile Mr. Giulio Muzzarelli ERICSSON L.M. Ericsson Telecommunicazioni s.p.a Vimodrome IT - 20090 MILAN Intemet address: giulio.muzzarelli@tei.ericsson.se X400 address: Tel : +39 02 26594524 Fax : +39 02 26594580 Mobile Mr. Yosi Nacson MORPHICS TECHNOLOGY Inc. 532 Broadhollow Rd ste 116 US - 11747 3909 MELVILLE NY Intemet address: yosi@morphics.com X400 address: Tel : +l 631-439-1984 Fax : +l 631 465-7444 Mobile Dr. Ayman Naguib MORPHICS TECHNOLOGY Inc. 675 Campbell Technology Parkway Suite 100 US - CA 95008 Campbell CALIFORNI Intemet address: naguib@morphics.com X400 address: Tel : +l 408-879-3296 Fax : +l 408-369-7210 Mobile 22 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011462 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Mr. Takehiro Nakamura NTT DoCoMo Inc. NTT DoCoMo R&D Center 3-5 Hikarinooka, Yokosuka-shi JP - 239-8536 Kanagawa Tel : +81 468 40 3190 Fax : +81 468 40 3840 Mobile Intemet address: takehiro@wsp.yrp.nttdocomo.co.jp X400 address: Mr. Makoto Natori SONY Corporation 1-8-15, Konan, Minato -ku JP - 108 TOKYO Tel : +81 3 5782 5199 Fax : +81 3 5782 5213 Mobile Intemet address: natori@wtlab.sony.co.jp X400 address: Mr. Patrick Nickel PHILIPS GmbH Femmeldewerk Bautzen Postfach 1149 DE - 02601 BAUTZEN Tel : +49 241 6003 576 Fax : +49 241 6003 519 Mobile Intemet address: patrick.nickel@philips.com X400 address: Mr. Andreas Otte SIEMENS AG John-F-Kennedy strasse 43-53 DE - D 38228 Salzgitter-Lebensted Tel : +49 53 41 906 1816 Fax : +49 5341 906 2011 Mobile Intemet address: andreas.otte@sal.siemens.de X400 address: Mr. Kourosh Parsa GOLDEN BRIDGE TECHNOLOGY INC. 185 Route 36 US - NJ 07764 WEST LONG BRANCH Tel : +1 732 728 9627 Fax : +1 732 870 9008 Mobile Intemet address: kpgbt@aol.com X400 address: Dr. Olaf Pollakowski SIEMENS AG Siemensdamm 62 DE - O 13623 BERLIN Tel : +49 30 386 32928 Fax : +49 30 386 25548 Mobile Intemet address: olaf.pollakowski@icn.siemens.de X400 address: Dr. Marcus Purat SIEMENS AG Siemensdamm 62 DE - D 13623 BERLIN Tel : +49 30 386 25367 Fax : +49 30 386 25548 Mobile Intemet address: marcus.purat@icn.siemens.de X400 address: Ms. Fariba Raji SIEMENS AG Tel: Fax: +49 30 386 35862 +49 30 386 33341 23 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011463 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) ICHN Siemensdamm 62 DE - 13627 BERLIN Intemet address: fariba.raji@icn.siemens.de X400 address: Mobile Mr. Dong-Wook Rho LG Electronics Inc. 533 Hogye-dong, Dongon-ku Anyong KR - 431-080 KYUNGK-DO Intemet address: dwrh@lgic.co.kr X400 address: Tel : +82 31 450 2908 Fax : +82 31 450 2945 Mobile Dr. Ashok Rudrapatna Lucent Technologies 67 Whippany Road room 15H-222 US - NJ 07920 WHIPPANY Intemet address: amdrapatna@lucent.com X400 address: Tel : +1 973-386-7730 Fax : +1 973-386-7730 Mobile Mr. Ashwin Sampath Lucent Technologies Dept. VNU Thum-und-Taxis-Str. 10 DE - 90411 NURNBERG Intemet address: asampafla@lucent.com X400 address: Tel : +l 732 949 8019 Fax : +1732 949 1504 Mobile Mr. Norbert Schwagmann SIEMENS AG John F. Kennedy Str 43-53 DE - D 38228 SALZITTER Intemet address: norbert.schwagmann@sal.siemens.de X400 address: Tel : +49 5341 906 1821 Fax : +49 5341 906 2011 Mobile Mr. Eiko Seidel PANASONIC Deutschland GmbH A Division of Panasonic Europe Monzastr. 4c DE - 63225 LANGEN Intemet address: seidel@panasonic.de X400 address: Tel : +49 6103 766 160 Fax : +49 6103 766 144 Mobile Dr. PARK SeongSoo SK Telecom 9-1, Sunae-dong, Pundang -gu, Sungnam-city KR - 463-784 Kyunggi-do Intemet address: seongsoo@sktelecom.com X400 address: Tel : +82-31-710-5286 Fax : +82-31-710-5109 Mobile Mr. Thomas Stadler SIEMENS AG Tel: Fax: +435170746855 +435170759102 24 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011464 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) PSE MCS RAZZ Gudrunstrasse 11 AT - A 1101 VIENNA Mobile Intemet address: thomas.stadler@siemens.at X400 address: Mr. Katsumasa Sugiyama FUJITSU Telecom. Ltd 4-1-1 Kamidodanaka, Nakahara Kanagawa JP - 2118588 KAWASAKI Intemet address: ksugiyama@jp.fujitsu.com X400 address: Tel : +81 44 754 4142 Fax : +81 44 754 4186 Mobile Mr. Hidetoshi Suzuki Matsushita Communication 5-3 Hikarinooka Yokosuka-Shi JP - 239-0847 Kanagawa Intemet address: hidetoshi.suzuki@yrp.mci.mei.co.jp X400 address: Tel : +81 468 40 5164 Fax : +81 468 40 5183 Mobile Mr. Amnon Tal IAEI 29 Hamered Street P.O. Box 50026 IL - 61500 TEL-AVIV Intemet address: efrat_l@radwin.com X400 address: Tel : +972-3-6455577 Fax : +972-3-7657535 Mobile Dr. Said Tatesh Lucent Technologies N. S. UK Sigma Building, Widmill Hill Business Park GB - SWINDON, WILTSHIRE SN5 6PP Intemet address: statesh@lucent.com X400 address: Tel : +44 1793 883 293 Fax : +44 1793 883 815 Mobile +44 7771 701575 Mr. Johan Torsner Ericsson Radio Systems Lemmingamsenkatu 14-181 FI - 20520 Turku Tel : +358 9 299 3580 Fax : +358 9 299 3247 Mobile Intemet address: Johan.Torsner@lmf.ericsson.se X400 address: Mr. Antti Toskala NOKIA Corporation PO Box 301 FI - 00045 NOKIA GROUP Intemet address: Antti.Toskala@nokia.com X400 address: Tel : +358 9 511 38221 Fax : +358 9 511 30163 Mobile +358 40 513 2710 Mr. Masafumi Usuda NTT DoCoMo Inc. 3-5 Hikarinooka, Yokosuka-shi Tel : +81 468-40-3190 Fax : +81 468-40-3762 Mobile 25 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011465 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) JP - 239-8536 KANAGAWA Intemet address: usuda@wsp.yrp.nttdocomo.co.jp X400 address: Dr. Cyril Valadon TTP COMMUNICATIONS LTD Melbourn Science Park Cambridge Road Hertsfordshire GB - ROYSTON SG8 6EE Intemet address: cyril.valadon@ttpcom.com X400 address: Tel : +44 1763 266 266 Fax : +44 1763 261 216 Mobile Mr. Hans van der Veen ETSI Secretariat Route des Lucioles FR - 06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX Intemet address: hans.vanderveen@etsi.fr X400 address: Tel : +33 4 92 94 42 61 Fax : +33 4 92 38 49 46 Mobile +31 6 5519 6615 Mr. Alkinoos Vayanos QUALCOMM EUROPE S.A.R.L. Les Algorithmes, Aristote B 2000 route des Lucioles BP 126 FR - 06903 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX Intemet address: avayanos@qualcomm.com X400 address: Tel : +1 (858)845-3011 Fax : +1 (858)658-5006 Mobile Ms. Jingyu Wang CATT CNInternet address: wangjy@catt.ac.cn X400 address: Tel : Fax : Mr. Carl Wenk INTERDIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 781 Third Avenue US - 19406 PA KING OF PRUSSIA Intemet address: carl.wenk@interdigital.com X400 address: Tel : +1 631 622 4144 Fax : +1 631 622 0100 Mobile Mr. James Whitehead AT&T Communications Services 7277 164th Avenue N.E. PO Box 97061 US - 98073 REDMOND, WA Intemet address: jim.whitehead@attws.com X400 address: Tel : +1 425 580 6882 Fax : +1 425 580 6880 Mobile +1 206 605 6849 Mr. Tim Wilkinson IPWireless Inc. 4 Lansdowne Court Bumpers Way GB - Chippenham SN14 6RZ Intemet address: twilkinson@ipwireless.com Tel : +44 1249 705 419 Fax : +44 1249 705 401 Mobile +86 10 62304422-206 +86 10 62303127 26 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011466 TSG-RAN 12A010045 - Draft Report of TSG-RAN WG1/WG2 meeting on HSDPA (Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) X400 address: Mr. Serge Willenegger QUALCOMM EUROPE S.A.R.L. C/O Derriere-Ville B CH- 1425 ONNENS Tel : +41 244 363 541 Fax : +41 244 363 542 Mobile +41 79 285 0241 Intemet address: sergew@qualcomm.com X400 address: Mr. Guiliang Yang CATT Mobile Center TDD DEPT No 40, Xueyuan Road Haidian District CN- 100083 BEIJING Tel : +86 l0 62302577 Fax : +86 l0 62304701 Mobile Intemet address: yanggl@pub.tdscdma.com X400 address: Mr. Gordon Young Lucent Technologies N. S. UK Sigma Windmill Hill Business Park GB - SWINDON SN5 6PP Intemet address: gyoung 1 @lucent.corn X400 address: Tel : +44 1793 883 308 Fax : +44 1793 883 815 Mobile Mr. Chen Yuan NOKIA Corporation 4, Keilalahdentie P.O. Box 226 FI - 02150 ESPOO Intemet address: chen.yuan@nokia.com X400 address: Tel : +86 1390 101 2075 Fax : +86 l0 8421-0576 Mobile Mr. Donald E. Zelmer Cingular Wireless LLC Room 840 1100 Peachtree St. N.E. US- 30309 ATLANTA, GA Intemet address: don.zelmer@cingular.com X400 address: Tel : +l 404 236 5912 Fax : +l 404 249 5157 Mobile +l 704 737 9950 Mr. Sen Lin Zhang BT MLB PP 15 Adasral Park Martlesham Heath GB - IPSWICH IP5 3RE Tel : +44 1473 605300 Fax : +44 1473 623 683 Mobile +44 780 132 0876 Intemet address: senlin.zhang@bt.com X400 address: Dr. Manfred Zimmermann INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES P.O. Box 80 09 49 DE - 81609 MUNICH Tel : +49 89 234 81636 Fax : +49 89 234 717634 Mobile Intemet address: Manfred.Zimmermarm@infineon.com X400 address: 27 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011467 TSG-RAN R2-010002 - Draft Report of the 17th TSG-RAN WG2 meeting (Sophia Antipolis, France, 13 - 17 November 2000) Annex B Doc.No List of documents Title Source 12A010001 Draft Agenda Chairman 12A010002 HSDPA Transport channel data rate granularity with fixed TTI length Nokia 12A010003 Further buffer complexity and processing time considerations on Nokia HARQ 12A010004 Simulations on FCS benefits Nokia 12A010005 HSDPA related signaling parameters in downlink Nokia 12A010006 DL control channel structures for parameters sent before HS-DSCH Nokia TTI 12A010007 DL control channel structures for parameters sent simultaneously with Nokia HS-DSCH TTI 12A010008 HSDPA signaling in uplink Nokia Samsung 12A010009 Llplink channel structure for HSDPA 12A010010 Signalling Requirements for HSDPA in TDD mode Siemens 12A010011 MAC architecture model for HSDPA Siemens 12A010012 Signalling and Data Transfer for HSDPA in TDD Mode: Modelling of Siemens Layerl/Layer2 interface 12A010013 ~uad-channel Stop and Wait HARQ in TDD Mode Siemens 12A010014 Requirements on HSDPA Feature Ericsson 12A010015 Proposals for HSDPA Feature Ericsson 12A010016 Refinement of simulation assumptions for HSDPA capacity evaluationVodafone Group Vodafone Group 12A010017 Outstanding issues with HSDPA 12A010018 Service Requirements for HSDPA Vodafone Group 12A010019 Physical Layer Considerations for the Signalling Channels associated Siemens lo the HS-DSCH in TDD 12A010020 High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) - Overview Motorola 12A010021 Control Channel Structure for HS-DSCH Motorola 12A010022 Impact of MIMO Technology in HSDPA Lucent Technologies 12A010023 Variable TTI for HSDPA - hsdpa features, high level presentation Lucent Technologies 12A010024 HS-DSCH timing considerations (signalling) Lucent Technologies 12A010025 TrCH multiplexing (interaction of LI/L2) Lucent Technologies 12A010026 Physical layer model for HSDPA Ericsson 12A010027 HARQ requirements Ericsson 12A010028 Variable DL channel condition feedback rate for HSDPA SONY Corporation 12A010029 Discussion on TFCI for E-DSCH Panasonic 12A010030 ~,21R for HSDPA - hsdpa features, high level presentation Lucent Technologies 12A010031 Semi-Static Code Space Division of Physical HS-DSCH Lucent Technologies 12A010032 Rel’5 HSDPA considerations Nokia 12A010033 RLC operation with HSDPA Nokia 12A010034 Fairness Criteria for HSDPA evaluation simulations Qualcomm Europe 12A010035 25.950 v4.0.0 MCC 12A010036 25.848 v4.0.0 MCC 12A010037 Comments on HSDPA variable TTI contribution Lucent Technologies 12A010038 Enhanced Symbol Mapping method for the modulation of Turbo-coded Samsung bits based on bit priority 12A010039 Discussion on TTI parametrisation Nortel Networks 12A010040 MAC architecture model for HSDPA Siemens 12A010041 Physical layer model for HSDPA Ericsson 12A010042 Draft TR 25.855 v0.0.1 on High Speed Downlink Packet Access Rapporteur Ag.lt. Revised by 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2A010040 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 4 2A010041 12A010043 2A010044 4 4 4 4 28 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011468 TSG-RAN R2-010002 - Draft Report of the 17th TSG-RAN WG2 meeting (Sophia Antipolis, France, 13 - 17 November 2000) Doc.No Title Source Nokia 12A010043 Rel’5 HSDPA considerations Samsung 12A010044 Enhanced Symbol Mapping method for the modulation of Turbo-coded bits based on bit priority 12A010045 ~,pproved report of the joint TSG-RAN WG1NVG2 meeting on HSDPASecretary ’,Sophia Antipolis, France, 5 - 6 April 2001) Ag.lt. Revised by 4 4 29 APLNDC-WH-A 0000011469

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