Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [TGn Liaison Report] Date Submitted: [22 July, 2005] Source: [Larry Arnett] Company [Renesas Technology America, Inc.] Address [450 Holger Way, San Jose, CA 95037] Voice: [408-382-7492], FAX: [702-993-2993], E-Mail: [Larry.Arnett@Renesas.com] Re: [ ] Abstract: [Liaison report to inform 802.15 WG of actions taken by 802.11n.] Purpose: [Information Exchange] 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. Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.
802.11 TGn Report Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.
Summary • No longer looks like 802.15.3a • Opening session agreed not to hold down select but instead allow time for three-way merger to a single proposal. July • Present merger update to group • Q&A • Hear other presentations September • Show Draft proposal to TGn • Q&A November • Present single merged proposal to TGn January • Letter Ballot • Agreed to modify requirements to allow Single Stream. • Includes all prior .11n features except MIMO. • Allows lower data rates • Suitable for Mobile Applications • Working on Coexistence Requirements Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.
Joint Proposal Update Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.
Procedural Updates • Adopted a process for creating the joint proposal • Adopted a decision making procedure • Agreed on web tools to help facilitate document sharing and conference calls • Established a firm and aggressive schedule for F2F and conference calls Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.
PHY/MAC Teams Update • Created a sequence of discussion points • Discussed motions for adding draft text to the joint proposal • Fielded detailed technical presentations on topics of mutual interest • Created tiger teams to accelerate technical progress Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.
Next Steps • Weekly conference calls, starting next week • One for the MAC, one for the PHY • F2F meeting in Japan in August • Will upload one week prior to IEEE in Anaheim either a draft joint proposal or a progress report Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.
Joint Proposal Timeline San Fran F2F Anaheim Goal to Submit Draft Joint Prop F2F Vancouver Final Joint Prop Confirm Vote F2F Hawaii Draft proposal owned by TGn JAP F2F EUR F2F Weekly Conference Calls between F2F Meetings JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN 2005 2006 Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.
Primary Documents 05-0149 r5 WWiSE Proposal - High Throughput Extension to 802.11 Standard (doc) 05-0415 r1 Security Aspects MAC Aggregation (ppt) 05-0550 r2 Telecon Minutes: Single Stream ad hoc Committee June 1st (doc) 05-0557 r1 Opening Report: TGn July-05 (ppt) 05-0559 r5 One-Stream ad hoc Group (ppt) 05-0688 r0 Opening Report: TGnSync / WWiSE / MitMot (ppt) 05-0701 r2 Experiments with 802.11n radio Testbed (ppt) 05-0706 r0 Minutes July 18th: Single Stream ad hoc (doc) 05-0735 r0 MitMot TGn proposal update presentation (ppt) 05-0737 r1 WWiSE complete proposal presentation july-2005 (ppt) 05-0786 r0 Closing Report: TGnSync WWiSE MitMot (ppt) 05-0790 r0 Soft Detector 802.11n (ppt) 05-0792 r0 Meeting Notes: TGn CA ad hoc (doc) Larry Arnett, Renesas Technology America, Inc.