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  1. 81st Session of meetings of the IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks November 10-15, 2012 Grand Hyatt San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, USA

  2. 802.15WG Chair Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance 802.15 Vice Chairs Rick Alfvin, VeriLAN Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting Secretary Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting Assistant Secretary Mike McInnis, Boeing Working Group Technical Editor James Gilb To add your name to the WG/TG/SG/IG reflectors please go to www.ieee802.org/15 Study Groups/Interest Groups New Projects (WNG), Maintenance, Rules Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting Study Groups: 15.4 Ultra Low Power (ULP) Chair: Shahriar Emami, Samsung Interest Groups Spectrum Resource Use (SRU) Chair: Shoichi Kitazawa, ATR Wave Engineering Laboratories TeraHertz (THZ) Chair: Thomas Kürner, Technische Universität Braunschweig Visible Light Comm follow-on (LED) Chair: Yeong Min Jang Kookmin University Layer 2 Routing (L2R) Chair: Clint Powell Task Groups TG8 Peer Aware Communcations Miung Lee, CUNY Chair TG4j MBAN 15.4 PHY Ray Krasinski, Philips Chair TG4k Low Energy Critical Infrastructure Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting Chair TG9 Key Management Protocol Robert Moskowitz, Verizon Chair TG4m 15.4 TV White Space PHY Sangsung Choi, ETRI Chair TG4n 15.4 China MBAN PHY Art Astrin, Astrin Radio Chair TG4p 15.4 Positive Train Control (PTC) Chair: Jon Adams, Lilee Systems Chair 802.15 Organization Chart

  3. San Antonio Session ObjectivesNovember 10-15, 2012 TASK GROUP-4j MBAN PHY Amendment • Comment Resolution • Seek conditional approval to go to RevCom • Update Project Plan/Timeline TASK GROUP-4k Low Energy Critical Infrastructure Monitoring • Letter Ballot comment resolution • Seek Conditional Approval for Sponsor Ballot • Update Project Plan/Timeline TASK GROUP-4m : TVWS PHY for 15.4 (4TV) • Work on Draft Editing • Update Project Plan/Timeline

  4. San Antonio Session ObjectivesNovember 10-15, 2012 TASK GROUP4n –China MBAN • Review responses to the CFA and CFP • Update Project Plan/Timeline TASK GROUP-4p Positive Train Control • Develop first draft • Update Project Plan/Timeline TASK GROUP-8 Smart Utility Networks • Complete Technical Guidance Document • Update Project Plan/Timeline

  5. San Antonio Session ObjectivesNovember 10-15, 2012 • TASK GROUP 9 –Key Management Protocol: • Work on draft • Update Project Plan/Timeline • Study Group 4q: 15.4 Ultra Low Power Amendment • Seek EC approval to submit draft PAR to NesCom • Spectrum Resource Use (SRU) Interest Group: • Hear Contributions • Discuss future of the Committee

  6. San Antonio Session ObjectivesNovember 10-15, 2012 • THz Interest Group: • Hear Contributions • Discuss future of the Committee • Visible Light Comm follow-on(LED) Interest Group: • Hear Contributions • Discuss future of the Committee • Layer 2 Routing (L2R) Interest Group: • Tutorial to 802 • Hear Contributions • Discuss future of the Committee

  7. San Antonio Session ObjectivesNovember 10-15, 2012 NEW PROJECTS SUBCOMMITTEE • Report on WNG progress • Hear new presentations

  8. IEEE 802.15.4j Task Group Closing Report 12th Meeting of the MBAN Task Group Chair: Ray Krasinski, Philips San Antonio, TX Nov 11-16, 2012

  9. Scope of MBAN Task Group • Draft an amendment of 802.15.4 for MBAN • This amendment defines a physical layer for IEEE 802.15.4 in the 2360 to 2400 MHz band which complies with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) MBAN rules. This amendment defines modifications to the MAC needed to support this new physical layer.

  10. Accomplishments for Nov Meeting • Resolved all comments received in response to Sponsor Ballot • 3 Technical, 12 Editorial • 1 General comment from MEC • Motion to ask WG to seek EC conditional approval to submit amendment to RevCom • Started process to begin Sponsor Ballot recirculation • Expected to open before end of the week

  11. WG motion Move that working group requests conditional approval from the EC to submit d5P802-15-4j draft amendment to RevCom. Moved: Ray Krasinski Seconded: Ben Rolfe Y/N/A: 48/0/0 Nov 2012 Raymond Krasinski, Philips

  12. TG4J Schedule • Proposal Effort • Call for Proposals Mar 2011 • Final Proposals July 2011 • Begin Draft Amendment Nov 2011 • Balloting • Letter ballot Mar 2012 • Comment Resolution May 2012 • Recirculation I (& 2) Jul 2012 • Sponsor Ballot Sep 2012 • Recirculation 1 Nov 2012 • QED Jan 2012

  13. Plan for Jan Meeting • Resolve any remaining issues • Complete TG work

  14. IEEE 802.15.4k Task Group Closing Report Chair: Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting San Antonio, TX Nov 11-16, 2012

  15. TG4k PAR Scope of Proposed Standard This standard is an amendment to IEEE 802.15.4. It addresses principally those applications such as critical infrastructure monitoring. It defines an alternate PHY and only those MAC modifications needed to support its implementation. The amendment supports: Operation in any of the regionally available licensed, license exempt, and special purpose frequency bands. Simultaneous operation for at least 8 co-located orthogonal networks Application data rate of less than 40 kbits per second Propagation path loss of at least 120 dB > 1000 endpoints per mains powered infrastructure Asymmetric application data flow Extreme difference in capabilities and performance between endpoint devices and coordinating devices (collectors) Coordinator may support all standardized modulations (MCS) and data rates Coordinator may be required to support antenna diversity or antenna beam steering End point must be able to conserve energy Reliable operation in dramatically changing environments (no control over environment). This amendment also provides mechanisms that enable coexistence with other systems in the same band(s) including IEEE 802.11, 802.15, and 802.16 systems Slide 16

  16. Purpose of Proposed Standard The purpose of this amendment is to facilitate point to multi-thousands of points communications for critical infrastructure monitoring devices. The amendment addresses the application’s user needs of minimal network infrastructure, and enables the collection of scheduled and event data from a large number of non-mains powered end points that are widely dispersed, or are in challenging propagation environments. To facilitate low energy operation necessary for multi-year battery life, the amendment minimizes network maintenance traffic and device wake durations. In addition, the amendment addresses the changing propagation and interference environments. Slide 17

  17. Meeting Goals (Agenda 15-12-561-00) • Review voting and comments from LB85 • Complete comment resolutions, edit draft as per resolutions, and send draft out for recirculation • TG4k and WG motions: • 802.15 requests conditional approval from the EC to submit 802.15.4k revision draft to Sponsor Ballot Slide 18

  18. LB83 and LB85 Aggregate results • LB83 concluded with preliminary results of 95 (66%) responded, 83 approved (91%), 8 disapproved, and 4 abstained (4%). There were 280 comments, 95 marked as must be satisfied. • LB85 concluded with the aggregate results of 102 (70%) responded, 91 approved (93%), 7 disapproved, and 4 abstained (4%). There were 98 comments, 9 marked as must be satisfied. • All 98 comments have been resolved to the satisfaction of the commenters (15-12-0490-13) Slide 19

  19. TG4k Meetings This Week (15-12-479-01) Slide 20

  20. TG4k Schedule • Proposal Effort • Adopt Baseline Nov 2011 • Drafting • Circulate preliminary document for comments May 2012 • Final draft editing (ready for WG Letter Ballot) July 2012 • Ballot Comment Resolution • Letter ballot comment resolutionSep/Nov 2012 • Recirculation I comment resolution Nov 2012 Jan 2013 • Recirculation II comment resolution Mar 2013 • Recirculation IIIcomment resolution May 2013 • Sponsor Ballot (release draft for ballot)Dec 2012 July 2013 • SB Recirculation I comment resolutionJan Sep2013 • SB Recirculation II comment resolution Feb Nov 2013 • RevCom Approval • EC approval Mar 2013

  21. TG4k/BRC Approval Motions • BRC approved LB85 comment resolutions (15-12-0490-13) • Approved by: ShuKato, Pat Kinney, Ben Rolfe, Cristina Seibert, Steve Jillings, TuncerBaykas, Wun-CheolJeong, David Howard, Chang Sub Chin • Motion: TG4k requests that the 802.15 WG request conditional approval from the EC to submit 802.15.4k revision draft to Sponsor Ballot • Moved by Steve Jillings, seconded by Ben Rolfe • Upon no objection the motion carried

  22. 802.15 WG Motion 802.15 requests conditional approval from the EC to submit 802.15.4k revision draft to Sponsor Ballot • Moved by Pat Kinney • Seconded by • Voting Results:

  23. IEEE 802.15.4m Task Group Closing Report Chair: Sangsung Choi, ETRI San Antonio, TX Nov 11-16, 2012

  24. Meeting Goal This Week • Review the preliminary draft document • Discussion and resolutions on issues, concerns, and TBDs in preliminary draft document • Hear and discussion of contributor’s presentations for TVWS regulation • Discussion on future efforts and next steps

  25. Meeting Slots

  26. Meeting Slots

  27. TG4m Closing Report(1) • Review the preliminary draft document - Discussion and resolutions on issues, concerns, and TBDs in preliminary draft document - Assign peoples who complete TBDs before January meeting • Hear and discussion of contributor’s presentations for TVWS regulation

  28. TG4m Closing Report(2) • Discussed future efforts and next steps - Editors will take TBDs by December 7, 2012. - The draft document should be provided prior to the January meeting week • Meeting was adjourned early - Motion to adjourn the meeting Moved by: Cristia, Seconded by: Clint Motion was carried by unanimous consent

  29. Future Plan/Timeline • Form a New Task Group • - Affirm new officers for TG4m September 2011 • - Prepare the TGD November, 2011, January 2012 - Finalizing the TGD & Call for Proposal March 2012 • Proposal Effort • - Preliminary Proposals & Presentations May 6 2012 • - Final Proposals July 9, 2012 • - Proposal Presentations July , 2012 • - Merge Proposals September 2012 • - Adopt Baseline September 2012

  30. Future Plan/Timeline(2) • Drafting • - Review Preliminary draft document November 2012 • - Complete draft document January 2013 • - Final draft (ready for WG Letter Ballot) March 2013 • - Letter Ballot Comment resolution May 2013 • Balloting • - 1st Recirculation & Comment Resolutions July 2013 • - 2nd Recirculation & Comment Resolutions September 2013 • - 3rdRecirculation & Comment Resolution November 2013 • - 1st SB Recirculation & Comment Resolutions January 2014 • - 2nd SB Recirculation March 2014 • RevComApproval • - EC approval July 2014

  31. IEEE 802.15 TG4n Chinese Medical Band Chair: Art Astrin, Astrin Wireless Closing Report 4th Meeting as a Task Group 4n San Antonio, TX November 15, 2012

  32. Meeting Accomplishments • Heard Applications Presentations • IMEC-NL • Heard Proposals Presentations • BUPT-1 • Panasonic • IMEC-NL • BUPT-2 • ATMEL • Reviewed and updated the TG4n web page • Updated the timeline

  33. Contributions 15-12-0584-00-004n-dual-band-dsss-phy-proposal-for-ieee802-15-4n 15-12-0585-00-004n-tamed-spread-spectrum-proposal-for-ieee802-15-4n 15-12-0588-02-004n-technical-proposal-for-wearable-15-4n-device 15-12-0623-00-004n-fsk-phy-proposal-for-tg4n 15-12-0651-00-004n-ranging-with-MBAN-narrow-band-phy

  34. Next Steps Continue Call for Proposals: 15-12-0518-01-004n-call-for-proposals Coordinate with 4e, 4j and 4k

  35. Timeline 2013

  36. PAR • PAR: 15-12-0215-00-004n-PAR Approved March 2012 • Scope: This amendment defines a physical layer for IEEE Std. 802.15.4 utilizing the approved 174-216 MHz, 407-425 MHz and 608-630 MHz medical bands in China. This amendment defines modifications to the Medium Access Control (MAC) layer, if any, needed to support this new physical layer.

  37. Thank You ! • Any Questions ?

  38. 15.4p Positive Train ControlClosing Report Chair: Jon Adams, Lilee Systems

  39. Week’s Agenda

  40. 15.4p Session Objectives • Continue to draft baseline proposal text to reflect the technical proposals presented

  41. IEEE 802.15.4p Schedule • Study Group • Approval of Study Group Nov 2011 • Completion of PAR/5C Docs Jan 2012 • Approval of PAR/5C Docs Jan 2012 • Preparation for Task Group Phase • Call for Applications Dec 2011 • Extension of Call for Applications Mar 2012 • Approval by NESCOM and 802 EC of IEEE802.15.4p TG Apr 2012 • Task Group • Proposal Effort • Technical Guidance Document May 2012 • Call for Proposals May 2012 • Preliminary Proposals July 2012 • Final Proposals Sep 2012 • Adopt Baseline Sep 2012 • Drafting • Begin drafting Oct 2012 • Preliminary specification draft Jan 2013 • Final draft (ready for WG Letter Ballot) Mar 2013

  42. IEEE 802.15 Study Group 4q Ultra Low Power PHY Amendment Closing Report Chair: ShahriarEmami, Samsung San Antonio, TX November 15, 2012

  43. November Closing Report for ULP SG • Accomplishments • Reviewed/addressed PAR and 5C comments made by EC • WG moved to approve the response to EC - Heard 4presentations

  44. November Closing Report for ULP SG Next Step • Call for applications will be issued once the TG is officially approved.

  45. TG8 PAC Closing Report November 15, 2012 Chair: Myung Lee, CUNY

  46. Meeting Objectives • Completion of Technical Guidance Document (TGD) • Completion of Call for Proposal • Project Plan

  47. Achievements • 8 time slots at this meeting • 11 Presentations for Technical Guidance Document (TGD) • Junhui Zhao (China Mobile): Doc. 566r0 • Shannon Park (Samsung): Doc.578r0, 577r2, 645r2 • Huan-Bang Li (NICT): Doc. 579r1 • Marco Hernandez (NICT): Doc. 0459r1, 655r0 • Seunggeun Jin (ETRI): Doc. 573r0, 572r0 • Jinyoung Chun (LGE): Doc. 571r0 • Cheol Ryu (ETRI): Doc. 656r2 • Discussed and modified Technical Guidance Document (TGD) Doc: 645r2 • Assigned champions for remaining items in TGD • Setup two teleconferences during October

  48. Plan for Vancouver Meeting • At Vancouver Meeting (8 time slots) • Completion of Technical Guidance Document (TGD) • To Issue the Call for Proposals (CFP) • Teleconferences • Teleconf. bridge provided by LGE • International: 1-877-668-4493 Access code: 627805157 • 1st teleconference: November 27 (Tuesday), US EST • US EST 8:00pm , 5:00pm PST, Japan, Korea: 10:00am, China: 9:00am • To discuss the outstanding issues for TGD • 2nd teleconference December 18 (Tuesday), US EST • US EST 9:00am, PST 6:00am, Japan, Korea, 11:00 pm, China 10:00pm. • Discussion forTGD and CFP • Plan for Vancouver meeting

  49. Timeline • TG formation Mar 12 • Call for Application April 12 • Application presentation May 12 • TGD approval/Call for proposal Nov 12 • Preliminary proposal presentation Jan 13 • Final proposal presentation Mar 13 • PAC Framework Document/Call for contribution May 13 • Contribution presentation July 13 • Draft spec (P802.15.8 D1.0) complete/Letter Ballot Mar 14 • LB Comment resolution/ LB recirculation May 14 • Sponsor Ballot Jan 15 • RevCom submission July 15 Slide 5