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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

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  1. Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Status Report on Usage of TV White Space in Japan and suggestion to 802.15.4m TG] Date Submitted: [May 17th, 2012] Source: [Hiroshi Harada] Company [NICT] Address [3-4, Hikari-no-oka,Yokosuka-shi,Kanagawa239-0847,Japan] Voice:[+81-46-847-5074] FAX: [+81-46-847-5440] E-Mail:[ ] Re: [In response to TG4m Call for Proposals] Abstract: [This contribution summarizes new frequency regulation on 920 MHz band for Smart Utility Network in Japan and differences from current frequency regulation on 950 MHz.] Notice: This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release: The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P802.15. Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  2. Abstract • This presentation contains history and current status toward introducing TV white space applications in Japan. • This presentation also suggests some guideline to 802.15.4m TG Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  3. Key committee • MIC (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications) • MIC: Investigation Team concerning Ideas for the Use of New Radio Waves • MIC: Meeting for White Space Promotion • MIC: Broadcasting system committee, Information and Communications Council, Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  4. Frequency allocation plan Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  5. History(1/3) • 2009/11: Investigation team concerning ideas for the Use of new radio waves launched. • 2009/12-2010/01: Call for proposal for the usage of white space, more than 100 proposals are submitted. • 2010/08: Investigation team report summarized, • “Promote new frequency utilization such as white space and find possibilities for local revitalization, business opportunities, and engineering innovation.” • 2010/07: Investigation team selected 10 proposals as preceding model • All propose dedicated area broadcasting service based on one segment type ISDB-T broad casting (Area-oneseg service) Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  6. Oneseg broadcasting service 1 segment x 13 • ISDB-T • Divided13 segment (13 OFDM segment) in a channel • Can divide maximum three parts • Use OFDM transmission scheme • Standardized in ARIB STD-B31 and TR-B14 (operational rules) • Oneseg broadcasting is mainly used for mobile broadcasting Freq. ISDB-T one channel (6 MHz) 1 seg or 3seg Freq. ISDB-T one channel (6 MHz) DQPSK 64 QAM Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  7. Background of expansion of oneseg service More than 90 % mobile phone in Japan have a function to receive broadcasting system based on ISDB-T one segment broadcasting service Data from JEITA Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  8. History (2/3) • 2010/09: Meeting for White Space Promotion launched • 2010/10: Broadcasting system committee, Information and Communications Council launched a working group for white space utilized broadcasting system Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  9. Meeting for White Space Promotion* * Meeting is not actual meeting. Looks like “council”. • Objectives • Expand nation-wide white space utilization • Mission • Select and evaluate “special white space areas” • Exchange ideas regarding priorities for “special white space areas” • Challenge facing the practical use of white space • Make rules for the expansion of businesses utilizing white space • Make environmental improvements to prevent interference with existing systems • Status • September 2010: Meeting launched • September 2011: Working group for coexistence in white space applications launched Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  10. History (3/3) • 2010/09-10: MIC called for the proposal on special white space areas and its usage. • 44 proposals were submitted. • 2011/04: 25 proposals (white space areas) were accepted • 23 ubiquitous broadcasting (Area-oneseg) • 1 broadband internet • 1 sensor network • 2011/09: Working group for coexistence in white space applications launched • 2012/03: Coexistence WG issued first report issued • 2012/03: White space utilized broadcasting system WG first report issued Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  11. Conditions to decide white space area • To conduct actual proof as much as possible concerning distribution of urgent information, etc. in times of emergencies such as earthquake disasters, etc. • To regularly report progress and results from proofs-of-concept, including item (1), to the Meeting for White Space Promotion. • To correspond by making changes as necessary to ensure that other radio stations are not disturbed by items relating to the use of proposed radio waves (frequencies, antenna power, etc.) or utilization areas. • To make adjustments in advance between proponents where there is the possibility of implementation locations overlapping, covering items relating to radio wave use and times of use, etc Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  12. Working group for coexistence in white space applications • Objectives and mission • Study coexisting mechanism in white space applications from the viewpoint of technical, institutional, and operation aspects • Report the conclusions to the meeting Meeting for White Space Promotion • Status • September 2011: Working group launched • March 2012: First report issued Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  13. Current status • Coexisting mechanism: Coexistence WG continues to study the concrete schemes • White space applications: Area oneseg services has been permitted to do actual services in TV white space with conditions summarized by White space utilized broadcasting system WG • Not license-exempt • Actual services can be started Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  14. Discussion point in 802.15.4m • White space communication is an opportunistic radio. So home frequency band is needed • In the case of Japan, the home frequency band is 920 MHz • 200kHz, 400kHz, 600kHz channel spacing is acceptable but larger channel spacing can not be accepted from the viewpoint of number of channels • The channel plan of white space had better follow that in home frequency band Hiroshi Harada (NICT)

  15. Channel Plan and output power in Japanese 920MHz Band • 5 Regulatory Mode • Middle Power Mode (≦250mW) • Low Power Mode (≦ 20mW) • Basic Regulation • Extended Regulation • Ultra low Power Mode (≦ 1mW) • Basic Regulation • Extended Regulation

  16. Propose to 802.15.4m • Need to consider coexistence with oneseg broadcasting • If OFDM will be selected in 802.15.4m, the same lavel of spectrum mask will be requested to 802.15.4m • Each PHY proposal must follow the channel spacing in the home band Hiroshi Harada (NICT)