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Title: 61st Session of meetings of the IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks


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61st Session of meetings of the IEEE 802.15
Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks
  • July 12-17, 2009
  • Hyatt Regency Embarcadero
  • San Francisco, California, USA
  • Closing Report

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802.15 Organization Chart
To add your name to the WG/SG/TG reflectors
please go to www.ieee802.org/15
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Objectives of the San Francisco Session July
12-17, 2009
  • TASK GROUP 3c mmWave PHY for 15.3
  • Determine whether a PAR extension is needed
  • Obtain Approval to forward to RevCom
  • TASK GROUP4e --MAC Enhancements
  • Subgroups to provide necessary detail in
    amendment format as to specific changes needed to
    802.15.4 roll-up
  • Subgroups work together to merge their proposals
  • Coordination between proposal editors and
    subgroups with goal of unification/harmonization
    of changes
  • Editors to collect and coordinate all changes
    into rough draft of amendment
  • Chair sends out rough draft for TG letter ballot
  • Eligible WG voters and Nearly voters
  • Comments by all

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Objectives of the San Francisco Session July
12-17, 2009
  • TASK GROUP-4f Active RFID
  • Continue with Proposal Review Process
  • Discuss MAC enhancement issues/needs for 4e
  • Evaluate Timeline
  • TASK GROUP-4g Smart Utility Networks
  • Hear Proposals
  • Look for common ground and merger opportunities
  • Discuss MAC enhancement issues/needs for 4e
  • Evaluate Timeline

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Objectives of the San Francisco Session July
12-17, 2009
  • TASK GROUP 6 Body Area Networking
  • Work on filling out Editorial Team
  • Review Proposal updates
  • Identify common ground and encourage mergers
  • Update Project Timeline
  • TASK GROUP 7-VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATIONS
  • Review and Discuss Technical Considerations Doc
  • Hear and Discuss any Contributions
  • Review of any VLC Regulatory issues
  • Seek volunteers for technical editor

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Objectives of the San Francisco Session July
12-17, 2009
  • INTEREST GROUP- TERRAHERTZ COMMUNICATONS
  • Seek additional contributions
  • Review current contributions
  • Review and update objectives as required
  • NEW PROJECTS SUBCOMMITTEE
  • Report on WNG progress
  • Hear new presentations
  • Working Group Rules Committee
  • Review and Edit of EC generated baseline proposal

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Upcoming Sessions
  • September 20-25, 2009, Hilton Waikoloa Village,
    Big Island, HI, USA, 802 Wireless Interim
    Meeting.
  • November 15-20, 2009, Hyatt Regency Atlanta, GA,
    USA, 802 Plenary Meeting.
  • January 17-22, 2010, Hyatt Century Plaza, Los
    Angeles CA, USA 802 Wireless Interim Meeting.
  • March 14-19, 2010, Caribe Royale Suites, Orlando,
    FL, USA, 802 Plenary Meeting.
  • May 16-21, 2010, Shangri-La Beijing, Beijing, PRC
    802 Wireless Interim Meeting.
  • July 11-16, 2010 , Manchester Grand Hyatt San
    Diego, CA, USA, 802 Plenary Meeting.
  • September 12-17, 2010, Hilton Waikoloa Village,
    Big Island, HI, USA, 802 Wireless Interim
    Meeting

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TG3c 26th Meeting mmWave PHY Amendment to
802.15.3c San Francisco, USAClosing ReportShu
Kato, NICT July, 2009
Slide 9
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  • 1. 1330 , July 14. Call to order.
  • TG3c LeadershipChair R. Fisher.
  • Acting Chair S. KatoVice Chair A Mathew
    Secretaries T. Baykas, C.S. Sum
  • Technical Editor J. Gilb
  • Sub Editors C. Ngo, T. Baykas, C.S.
    Sum, B. Gaffney, Z. Lan
  • 3. 6 2-hour time slots are allocated, 3
    canceled

July 14 July 15 July 16
AM1
AM2
PM1 X X(canceled) X (canceled)
PM2 X(canceled) X X
Slide 10
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Meeting Accomplishments
  • A total of 9 comments received from the sponsor
    ballot all resolved
  • A total of 11 contributions presented
  • The 3rd recirculation ballot started July 15
    July 25, 2009
  • A sponsor ballot resolution committee is
    appointed and a ballot resolution conference
    calls are scheduled (09/419r2)
  • Motion for RevCom is approved
  • Joint meeting with 802.11ad was held
  • Joint meeting with 802.11ad is planned for
    September meeting

Slide 11
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Motion Ballots
Date Slot Doc. Motion Type Proposer Seconder Ballot result Ballot result Ballot result Outcome
Date Slot Doc. Motion Type Proposer Seconder Yes No Abstain Outcome
Jul 14 PM1 09/441 Motion to approve minutes of Montreal meeting Procedural J. Gilb C.S. Sum Approved by acclamation
Jul 14 PM1 09/457r3 Motion to approve the San Francisco meeting agenda Procedural T. Baykas H. Harada Approved by acclamation
Jul 14 PM1 09/493r1 Motions to approve resolutions in 09/493r1 Procedural J. Gilb Approved by acclamation
Jul 14 PM1 09/419r2 Motion to form Ballot resolution committee Procedural J. Gilb T. Baykas Approved by acclamation
Jul 14 PM1 To request the 802.15 Working Group to ask Executive Committee for conditional approval to forward the Draft Standard P802-15-3c-D12_Draft_Amendment.pdf to RevCom with the condition that it is first amended with the resolutions in 09/493r1 Procedural H. Harada M. Umehira 19 0 0 Approved by acclamation
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802.15 WG Motion
  • Motion to ask Executive Committee for
    conditional approval to forward the Draft
    Standard P802-15-3c-D12_Draft_Amendment.pdf to
    RevCom with the condition that it is first
    amended with the resolutions in 09/493r1
  • ByShuzo Kato
  • Seconded by Phil Beecher
  • Yes 59 No0 Abstain 0

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Contributions
Title Doc. Presented by
1 TG3c opening introduction 09/532 S. Kato
2 Agenda IEEE802.15.3c 25th Meeting 09/2257r3 S. Kato
3 TG3c Montreal Meeting Minutes 09/493r1 T. Baykas
4 SB3-comments 09/493r2 J. Gilb
5 June ballot resolution committee 09/419r2 T. Baykas
6 Propagation measurements and considerations for TGad channel modeling 802.11-09/874 H. Sawada
7 Update-on-Channel-Models-for-60GHz-WLAN-Systems-Document 802.11-09/860 Maltsev
8 Channel Models for 60 GHz WLAN Systems 802.11-09/334r3 A. Maltsev
9 Implementation-of-60GHz-WLAN-Channel-Model 802.11-09/854 Roman Maslennikov
10 Measurement campaign at 60 GHz in the living room environment at TUBS 09/0743r0 Thomas Kürner
11 Influence of moving people on the 60 GHz channel -a literature study 09/0743r0 Thomas Kürner
Slide 14
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Ballot plan
  • July 2009 sponsor ballot re-circulation
    completed and submitted to RevCom for final
    approval
  • September 2009 approval by RevCom

Slide 15
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TG3c Timeline
Project timeline based on 08/0076r1
2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009
9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Present all final proposals
Present updated/merged proposals x x
Down Selection started x
Down Selection finished x
Draft baseline completed x x x
1st letter ballot completed x
Resolution of comments completed x
Re-circulation completed x
Re-circulation comments completed x
2nd re-circulation completed x
Resolution of the 2nd re-circulation comments completed
3rd re-circulation completed x
Resolution of the 3rd re-circulation comments completed
Sponsor ballot started x
Sponsor ballot comment resolution x
Re-circulation completed x
RevCom Approval x
Slide 16
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July 2009
TG4e 15.4 MAC Enhancements San Francisco,
USAClosing Report Chair Pat Kinney, Kinney
Consulting
Slide 17
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Meeting Goals
  • Subgroups draft each proposal as an amendment to
    standard to provide necessary detail as to
    specific changes to 802.15.4-2009
  • Subgroups work with other subgroups to merge
    their proposals
  • Coordination between proposal editors and
    subgroups with goal of unification/harmonization
    of changes
  • Editors to collect and coordinate all changes
    into rough draft of amendment
  • Chair sends out rough draft for TG letter ballot
  • Eligible WG voters and Nearly voters
  • Comments by all

Slide 18
Slide 18
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TG4e Meetings This Week
Mtg Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
AM1 EGTS Presentation (Marina)
AM2 TSCH Presentation (Marina)
PM1 Channel Diversity Presentations (Marina) Fact. Automation Header Reduction Security Presentation (Bayview B) Energy Model, Request for Beacon modification, Closing (Marina)
PM2 Opening Remarks, Low Energy Presentation(Bayview B) Joint Mtg w/4f, 4g(Bayview A)
Slide 19
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FactoryAutomation
ISA, HCF
Contention-Free
Contention-Free
TDMA
E-GTS
ZigBee, 802.15.5
Contention Access
Contention Access
nonbeacon-enabled PAN
beacon-enabled PAN
Overhead Reduction/Security
Low Energy
Channel Diversity
802.15.4 MAC
Slide 20
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Technical Editing Path Forward
July 2009gt
  1. Editor and subgroup work on each proposal to
    provide necessary detail as to specific changes
    to 802.15.4-2006
  2. Subgroups work with other subgroups to merge
    their proposals
  3. Coordination between proposal editors and
    subgroups with goal of unification or
    harmonization of changes
  4. Collect all changes into rough draft of amendment
  5. TG ballot of rough draft
  6. Comment resolution effort
  7. WG ballot of draft

Slide 21
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Editing Assignments
Subgroup Proposal Lead Editor
EGTS Myung Lee Liang Li
TSCH Kuor-Hsin Chan Ludwig Winkel
Factory Automation Michael Bahr Zafer Sahinoglu
Channel Diversity Wun-Cheol Jeong Ludwig Winkel
Overhead Reduction Rene Struik Liang Li
Low Energy Wei Hong Zafer Sahinoglu
Slide 22
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Proposed TG4e Baseline Schedule
Slide 23
Slide 23
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Conference Calls
  • TG4e 21 July, 28 July, 4 August, 11 August
  • 600 PDT, 900 EDT, 1500 CEST, 2200Tokyo
  • E-GTS 22 July, 29 July, 5 August, 12 August
  • 600 PDT, 800 CDT, 900 EDT, 1500 CEST, 2100
    Beijing, 2200 Seoul
  • TSCH 22 July, 29 July, 5 August, 12 August
  • 630 PDT, 930 EDT, 1530 CEST, 2230Tokyo
  • Factory Automation 21 July, 28 July, 4 August,
    11 August
  • 500 PDT, 800 EDT, 1400 CEST, 2100Tokyo
  • Channel Diversity 23 July, 30 July, 6 August, 13
    August
  • 1700 PDT, 2000 EDT, 0200 CEST, 0900Tokyo
  • Overhead Reduction 23 July, 30 July, 6 August,
    13 August
  • 0900 PDT, 1200 EDT, 1800 CEST, 0100Tokyo
  • Low Energy 23 July, 30 July, 6 August, 13 August
  • 600 PDT, 900 EDT, 1500 CEST, 2100 Beijing

Slide 24
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IEEE 802.15.4f Active RFID PHY Amendment to
15.4 Closing Report Chair Mike McInnis,
Boeing San Francisco, California July 16, 2009
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802.15.4f PAR Purpose
  • Paragraph from 802.15.4f Project
    Authorization Request (PAR) document.
  • 5.4 Purpose of Proposed Standard
  • To provide a standard for low cost, ultra low
    energy consumption, flexible and highly reliable
    communication means and air interface protocol
    for Active RFID and sensor applications. The air
    interface should be able to support a wide range
    of needs for which active RFID systems can be
    useful and enable improved performance and
    flexibility for future mass deployments of active
    RFID systems around the world.

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  • IEEE 802.15.4f Active RFID Meeting Overview
  • Chair Mike McInnis
  • Vice-Chair Tim Harrington
  • Secretary George Cavage
  • Six each meeting time slots were allocated during
    this session and one joint meeting time slot with
    802.15.4e and 802.15.4g.
  • 3. Administrative meeting Documents during
    this session
  • 0499-00 -Agenda-July-2009.xls
  • 0498-01 -Opening-Introduction-July-2009.ppt
  • 0559-00 -Active-RFID-Minutes-SFO-July-2009.doc
  • Presentations during this meeting session
  • 0497-01 -Decawave-preliminary-PHY-
    proposal.ppt
  • 0500-00 -433 MHz PHY and MAC for TG4f
    preliminary proposal.ppt
  • 0513-00 -Ubisense preliminary PHY proposals for
    TG4f.ppt

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TG4f Meeting Sessions This Week
Mtg Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
AM1 0800-1000 Preliminary CFP presentations Discuss 15.4f MAC issues Other issues and discussion. Timeslot Reserved in the event it is needed. Timeslot was cancelled.
AM2 1030-1230 Preliminary CFP presentations / Other presentations Timeslot Reserved in the event it is needed. Timeslot was cancelled
PM1 1330-1530
PM2 1600-1800 Opening/ Agenda / Objectives / May 09 Minutes/ Timeline / PAR/ Presentation scheduling/ Other Joint meeting with 802.15.4e about 15.4 MAC changes. Three groups meeting together 4e/4f/4g.
EV1 1930-2130
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Active RFID Meeting AchievementsJuly 2009
  • Heard three Call for Preliminary Proposal (CFPP)
    presentations in response to
  • 802.15.4f Call-for-Preliminary-Proposals
    document.
  • https//mentor.ieee.org/802.15/dcn/09/15-09-0418-0
    1-004f-call-for-preliminary-proposals.doc
  • Preliminary Proposal Presentations were optional
    during this meeting.
  • Discussed the 802.15.4 MAC as it pertains to
    802.15.4f alternate PHYs and Application
    requirements.
  • Continued team building between the anticipated
    PHY proposers.
  • Final PHY Proposals are to be heard during the
    September 2009 meeting session in Hawaii as
    defined in the 802.15.4f Call for Preliminary PHY
    Proposal document. (0418-01)

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Draft 802.15.4f Timeline
July Plenary Meeting
Heard and Discussed Preliminary PHY Proposals and
802.15.4 MAC
September Interim meeting
Hear and Discuss PHY Proposals
November Plenary meeting
Vote on PHY Proposals
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Project Meeting Dates and Locationshttp//grouper
.ieee.org/groups/802/15/pub/Meeting_Plan.html
Meeting Date Type Location
Jan-09 Interim Los Angeles
Mar-09 Plenary Vancouver
May-09 Interim Montreal
Jul-12-17, 2009 Plenary San Francisco
Sep-20-25, 2009 Interim Kona, Hawaii
Nov-15-20, 2009 Plenary Atlanta, GA
Jan-17-22, 2010 Interim Los Angeles
Mar-14-19, 2010 Plenary Orlando, FLA
May-9-14, 2010 Interim Beijing, China
Jul-11-16, 2010 Plenary San Diego
Sep-12-17, 2010 Interim Kona, Hawaii
Nov-1-12, 2010 Plenary Dallas
Jan-11 Interim TBD
Mar-11 Plenary TBD
Next Meeting
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Next TG4f Meeting Goals and AgendaSeptember 2009
in Hawaii
  • Note Per the Call for Preliminary PHY Proposals
    document (0418-01), 802.15.4f PHY
    proposals are to be heard at the September 2009
    meeting in Hawaii.
  • Hear response presentations to the Call For PHY
    Proposals document which was released at May 2009
    meeting (document 0418-01)
  • Discuss the PHY proposals heard.
  • Continue to build consensus and collaboration
    between PHY proposers.
  • Hear any non-proposal presentations which are
    offered, time permitting.
  • Participate in joint 802.15.4e/f/g session to
    discuss 802.15.4 MAC enhancement for 802.15.4f
    applications and PHYs
  • Main issue is transmit only mode required by
    802.15.4f.
  • Any other 802.15.4 MAC enhancement issues which
    need discussion.
  • Discuss next steps and the November 2009 meeting
    in Atlanta, GA.

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  • Sign up for 802.15.4f Active RFID e-mail
    reflector
  • Sign-up at http//grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/
    pub/Subscribe.html
  • Email reflector address is STDS-802-15-4f_at_listser
    v.ieee.org
  • Next Meeting
  • September 21-24 in Hawaii.
  • Hilton Waikoloa Village, Big Island, HI
  • Note Register ASAP to save big
  • Registration fees for Hawaii are
  • 600.00US Before 6pm Pacific Time (PT), Friday,
    July 31, 2009
  • 850.00US After July 31, 2009
  • 1150.00US After September 11, 2009.
  • Register for the next meeting at
  • http//ieee802.facetoface-events.com/wireless

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802.15.4g Smart Utility Networks PHY Amendment to
15.4 Closing Report Chair Phil Beecher,
Independent San Francisco, California July 16,
2009
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TG4g-SUN PAR Scope
  • This Standard defines an amendment to IEEE
    802.15.4. It addresses principally outdoor Low
    Data Rate Wireless Smart Metering Utility Network
    requirements. It defines an alternate PHY and
    only those MAC modifications needed to support
    its implementation.
  • Specifically, the amendment supports all of the
    following
  • Operation in any of the regionally available
    license exempt frequency bands, such as 700MHz to
    1GHz, and the 2.4 GHz band.
  • Data rate of at least 40 kbits per second but not
    more than 1000 kbits per second
  • Achieve the optimal energy efficient link margin
    given the environmental conditions encountered in
    Smart Metering deployments.
  • Principally outdoor communications
  • PHY frame sizes up to a minimum of 1500 octets
  • Simultaneous operation for at least 3 co-located
    orthogonal networks
  • Connectivity to at least one thousand direct
    neighbors characteristic of dense urban
    deployment
  • Provides mechanisms that enable coexistence with
    other systems in the same band(s) including IEEE
    802.11, 802.15 and 802.16 systems

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TG4g-SUN PAR Purpose
  • To provide a global standard that facilitates
    very large scale process control applications
    such as the utility smart-grid network. This
    amendment supports large, geographically diverse
    networks with minimal infrastructure. Smart
    Metering Utility Networks can potentially contain
    millions of fixed endpoints. The communication
    range, robustness, and coexistence
    characteristics required for this class of
    application have not been met with existing 802
    standards (See explanatory notes in Section 8.1
    Doc15-08-705).

Slide 36
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SG4g-SUN Meetings This Week
Mtg Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
AM1 Approve Agenda / Presentations Presentation of proposals Presentation of proposals
AM2 802 Opening Plenary Presentations / Proposals Midweek Plenary Presentation of proposals
PM1 802.15 Opening Plenary Proposals Discussion of proposals
PM2 TG4e Low Energy subgroup Joint session TG4e, 4f, 4g Proposals Next Steps
PM3 630pm Presentations Social Closing Plenary
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Meeting Goals and Achievements
  • Hear Final Proposals and Merged Proposals ?
  • Look for common ground merger opportunities ?
  • Joint meeting with TG4e
  • discuss MAC enhancement issues ?
  • Consideration of TG4g needs for 4e ?
  • Discussed schedules ?
  • Reviewed PAR ?
  • Reviewed Required Supporting Documentation ?
  • Reviewed and agreed updates to timeline
  • (15-09-0447-02-004g)?

Slide 38
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Presentations heard
15-09-0525-00-0004g-smart-utility-networks-an-inte
rnational-perspective.ppt 15-09-0533-00-004g-multi
-rate-phy-for-europe-presentation.pdf 15-09-0540-0
0-004g-low-energy-liason-report.ppt 15-09-0558-00-
004g-flexible-dsss-merging-effort.ppt 15-09-0274-0
2-004g-low-power-features-for-sun.ppt 15-09-0482-0
4-004g-fpp-introduction-conclusion.ppt 15-09-0483-
00-004g-fpp-sun-implementation-considerations.ppt
15-09-0484-02-004g-fpp-sun-regulatory-conformance-
considerations.ppt 15-09-0485-03-004g-fpp-sun-tech
nical-overview.pdf 15-09-0488-01-004g-fpp-sun-perf
ormance-results-of-option-1-in-scalable-ofdm-phy.p
pt 15-09-0486-04-004g-fpp-sun-simulation-results-r
edpine-signals.ppt INCOMPLETE to be
completed
Slide 39
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Between Now and September 2009
  • Teleconference calls to be held weekly on
    Thursdays at 4pm BST, restarting July 30, 2009
    (details will be posted to reflector)
  • Work on Proposals continue merging and
    enhancing.
  • Use reflector for technical discussions and
    comments on proposals
  • Use sub-groups and ad-hoc calls where appropriate
  • Collate Use Case info
  • Work on Technical Requirements
  • Preparatory work for September meeting

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  • IEEE 802.15 TG6
  • Body Area Network
  • Closing Report
  • Chair
  • Art Astrin, Astrin Radio
  • San Francisco, CA
  • July 16, 2009

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Purpose of Proposed Standard (PAR 07-0575)
  • The purpose of the proposed standard it to
    provide an international standard for a short
    range (ie about human body range), low power and
    highly reliable wireless communication for use in
    close proximity to, or inside, a human body. Data
    rates, typically up to 10Mbps, will be offered to
    satisfy an evolutionary set of entertainment and
    healthcare services. Current PANs do not meet the
    medical (proximity to human tissue) and relevant
    communication regulations for some application
    environments. They also do not support the
    combination of reliability (QoS), low power, data
    rate and noninterference required to broadly
    address the breadth of body area network
    applications.

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Need for the Project (PAR 07-0575)
  • There is a need for a standard optimized for
    ultra low power devices and operation on, in or
    around the human body to serve a variety of
    applications including medical and personal
    entertainment.
  • Examples of the applications served by the
    proposed standard are EEG, ECG, EMG, vital
    signals monitoring (temperature (wearable
    thermometer), respiratory, wearable heart rate
    monitor, wearable pulse oximeter, wearable blood
    pressure monitor, oxygen, pH value , wearable
    glucose sensor, implanted glucose sensor, cardiac
    arrhythmia), wireless capsule endoscope
    (gastrointestinal), wireless capsule for drug
    delivery, deep brain stimulator, cortical
    stimulator (visual neuro-stimulator, audio neuro
    stimulator, Parkinsons disease, etc), remote
    control of medical devices such as pacemaker,
    actuators, insulin pump, hearing aid (wearable
    and implanted), retina implants, disability
    assistance, such as muscle tension sensing and
    stimulation, wearable weighing scale, fall
    detection, aiding sport training.
  • This will include body-centric solutions for
    future wearable computers. In a similar vein, the
    same technology can provide effective solutions
    for personal entertainment as well.The existence
    of a body area network standard will provide
    opportunities to expand these product features,
    better healthcare and well being for the users.
    It will therefore result in economic opportunity
    for technology component suppliers and equipment
    manufacturers.

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Session Merger Results
  • CEA, FT, Thales
  • GE, TI, Philips, Toumaz -gt MedWin
  • Three new merged proposal presentations
  • NICT, Meiji, YNU PHY UWB only
  • KETI, Tensorcom, KORPA, (LG Electronics,
    Mitsubishi)
  • ETRI, Samsung HBC
  • Others in progress

Slide 44
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One Tutorial Presentation 15-09-0511
  • Dr. Darrell M Wilson, MD
  • Professor and Chief, Pediatric Endocrinology and
    Diabetes Stanford University and the Lucile
    Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
  • Body Area Network and Diabetes a template for
    medical device communication
  • Internationally known clinical researcher,
    concentrating in the area of pediatric diabetes
    and has published over 200 peer reviewed articles
    and chapters. His initial degree was in
    electrical engineering, a BS from UC Davis in
    1973. He has been an IEEE member since the early
    1970s.In his talk he reviewed diabetes disease,
    discussed current conventional treatment and
    discuss cutting edge approaches, which include
    closed loop systems and their problems. He then
    went over what he envisions as  Body Area
    Network upsides for diabetes and what they
    envision as important features/functional
    aspects to such a network.

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MAC
CSEM 277-07 WiseMAC
IMEC OR 388-00 dual duty cycling, flexible power efficient, enhanced slotted Aloha with QoS
IMEC GD 341-01 wakeup receiver, priority-guaranteed
MedWin 325-02, 326-00 star topology, time partitioning, beacon, channel migration, security
Samsung 314-01, 315-01 piconet co-existence, network management and security, poll based access and Single MAC concept
Inha 366-01 Wakeup by Traffic Patterns and Radio, Security, Multiple PHYs, Bridging Function
NICT 346-01 superframe, TDMA based, non-beacon mode, MICS or wakeup
YNU 353-01 SAR sensitive, positioning, hybrid ARQ, and FEC
CUNY ETRI 336-02 Mod to IEEE802.15.4, CAP, Contention period DTP TDMA period, QoS, Fast reservation, Emergency data transmit slot, reliability Priority
ETRI CNU 347-01 Mac for HBC
Samsung 318-02 Mac for HBC
Fujitsu 287-01 Signalling covering Emergency, reliability, congestion and stability and wake up concept
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PHY UWB
CSEM 277-07 FM-UWB
   
Meiji 355-01 Impulse Response UWB
IMEC OR 330-01  
CEA-FT-Thales 324-02  
TI 335-02  
ETRI-Samsung 322-01  
NICT 320-00  
   
YNU 353-01 Pulsed Chirp UWB
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PHY Narrowband
ETRI 179-02 270-310
Fujitsu 287-01 No specific proposal
IMEC GD 339-01 2360-2483
Tensorcom 343-00 No specific proposal
Zarlink 352-01 0-999
KETI KORPA 317-03 402-405
Inha 367-01 402-405
MedWin 328-01 402 863 902 950 2360 2400
NICT 313-02 402 433 600 608 868 915 950 1395 1427
Motorola 138-02 900 2360 2400
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Narrowband PHY Interests
NICT MedWiN INHA IMEC Zarlink LG/KETI Fujitsu Tensorcom TOTAL
MICS / MedRadio 1 1 1 D D 1 1 1 6
WMTS (USA 600/1400, Japan 400) 1 D 1 D D 1 1 D 4
ISM 868/900/950 1 1 1 1 1 D 1 D 6
ISM 2.4 GHz D 1 1 1 1 D D 1 5
New MBANS 2.36-2.4 GHz D 1 D 1 1 D D 1 4
1 preferenceD dont careX opposed to
inclusion in standard (NONE!)
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PHY HBC
Samsung 318-02
ETRI 348-01
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Three Merged Proposal Presentations
  • 15-0548
  • ETRI-Samsung HBC PHY and MAC
  • 15-0538
  • YNU-NICT-Meiji (UWB) Merged proposal
  • 15-0573
  • KETI, Tensorcom, KORPA, (LG Electronics,
    Mitsubishi)
  • Narrowband PHY and MAC

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Eight Contribution Presentations
  • 15-0510
  • Update on the FCC process and key questions and
    issues raised by the NPRM
  • 15-0532
  • Suggested TG6s MAC baseline (for proposal
    merging discussion)
  • 15-0552
  • Technical contribution on Human Body
    Communications
  • 15-0317
  • Block based PHY and Packet Transmission for Low
    Data Rate In-body WBAN
  • 15-0565
  • NICTA Network-to-Network Interference
    Measurements
  • 15-0567
  • MICS band rule and multimedia requirement
  • 15-0562
  • MAC" Channel Model for WBAN
  • 15-566
  • Needs of high data rate in-body WBAN

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Two Motions To generate IEEE 802 letter
supporting FCC NPRM for Medical Body Area Network
  • NPRM motion 1 (Monday)
  • 15-Yes, 0-No, 6-A
  • NPRM motion 2 (Wednesday)
  • 20-Yes, 0-No, 6-A
  • Approved by 802.18 today.
  • 7yes, 2abstain, 0no
  • David Davenport, GE Healthcare)

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Private Merge Discussions
Numerous off-line merge discussions were carried
among different parties for both PHY and
MAC. More merge announcements are expected in
September meeting.
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Timeline
  2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Issue CFP (Call for Proposals)                        
Close CFP (Call for Proposals)       v              
Hear Proposals     gt gt gt              
Merge Proposals       gt gt gt gt gt gt    
Technical Comments Resolution               gt gt gt  
Draft ready for Letter Ballot                     gt gt
Letter Ballot (1)                        
Recirculation                        
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Teleconferences
Will have teleconferences when needed
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Plans for September 2009 meeting
  • Continue merging. Hear merged proposals and work
    on resolving conflicts.
  • Begin drafting straw man baseline
  • Technical editor team

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TG7-Visble Light Communications Closing
ReportChair Eun Tae Won, Samsung 16 July, 2009
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Objectives of Meeting
  • Presentation of VLC issues
  • Review of VLC technical contributions
  • Subcommittee Reports
  • TCD (Technical Consideration Document)
  • VLC Regulation Document
  • Completion of TCD

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Meeting Achievements
  • Six 2-hour time slots was held in Tuesday,
    Wednesday and Thursday.
  • - Tuesday PM1,PM2 slot
  • - Wednesday PM1, PM2 slot
  • - Thursday AM1, AM2
  • 2. Relative Documents
  • 15 Presentations
  • - 15-09-0502-00-0007-about-vlc-using-arrayed-pd-i
    mage-sensor
  • - 15-09-0527-00-0007-some-comments-on-technical-c
    onsiderations-document
  • - 15-09-0522-00-0007-some-vlc-system-issues
  • - 15-09-0507-00-0007-resolving-device-characteris
    tics-comments-for-tcd
  • - 15-09-0466-00-0007-comments-on-tg7-technical-co
    nsiderations-document-tcd
  • - 15-09-0550-00-0007-physical-layer-proposal-outl
    ine
  • - 15-09-0549-00-0007-vlc-mac-considerations-based
    -on-tcd
  • - 15-09-0526-00-0007-line-coding-performance-in-w
    ireless-optical-channel
  • - 15-09-0528-00-0007-selection-of-vlc-application

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Meeting Achievements
2. Relative Documents (Cont) 15
Presentations - 15-09-0115-08-0007-tg7-technical-
requirements-document - 15-09-0557-01-0007-vlc-co
existence-with-lighting-control -
15-09-0563-00-0007-a-progress-status-of-ieee-802-1
5-7-vlc-regulations-document -
15-09-0546-00-0007-change-in-japan-fs-energy-savin
g-law-2009 - 15-09-0561-01-0007-relevant-eye-safe
ty-standards - 15-09-0202-02-0007-ieee-802-15-7-v
lc-regulation-document-configuration 3.
Subcommittee achievement - TCD(Technical
Consideration Document) Completed Technical
Consideration Document approved with
unanimous consent 15-09-0564-01-0007-tg7-tec
hnical-considerations-document - VLC
Regulation updated draft of VLC
regulation document
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Plans for September Meeting
  • Presentation of Call for Contributions
    response
  • Presentation of Call for Regulatory response

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Terra Hertz Interest Group Closing Report
Chair Rick Roberts, Intel16 July, 2009
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  • IEEE802.15.THz_IG has been an Interest Group for
    1.5 years (formed Jan 2008) which could be a
    record for an Interest Group within IEEE802.15.
  • The interest group now meets with a stable group
    of regular participants.
  • There was some sentiment within the group that
    the progress of THz spectrum regulation, devices,
    propagation modeling, and testing experience
    warrants transition to a study group for
    preparation of a PAR and 5 C. But there was also
    sentiment within the group that THz technology is
    not yet pervasive enough within the industry to
    garner sufficient wide industry participation.
  • Up until now weve heard a number of
    presentations on technology (generation and
    detection of THz energy) but not many
    contributions on application use cases only two
    so far
  • ATT for link distances of tens of meters and
    tens of Gbps
  • Intel for short range (lt1 meter) at multiple
    tens of Gbps
  • The group decided that we need more input from
    industry in regards to anticipated usages for THz
    technology (relevant to IEEE802).

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Also, a discussion ensued regarding the use of
infrared vs. THz, specifically trading off
performance and complexity. It was felt that
having a better understanding of use cases would
also help to clarify this issue. Therefore the
Interest Group has decided to issue a call for
applications to solicit more application input
and this CFA is under edit now and will be issued
shortly. It is felt that the responses to this
CFA will help answer question number one of the 5
Criteria, which is BROAD MARKET POTENTIAL.
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