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59th Session of meetings of the IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks

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  1. 59th Session of meetings of the IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks March 8-12, 2009 Hyatt Regency Vancouver 655 Burrard StreetVancouver, BC V7X, Canada Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  2. 802.15 Organization Chart To add your name to the WG/SG/TG reflectors please go to www.ieee802.org/15 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  3. Objectives of the Vancouver Session March 8-12, 2009 TASK GROUP 3c –mmWave PHY for 15.3 • Comment Resolution • Obtain Approval to proceed with Sponsor Ballot • Finalize Coexistence Assurance Document • Hold joint meeting with 802.11 TGad • Update Project Timeline TASK GROUP 4c Alternate PHY layer for China: • CWPAN Status/Update • Manage RevCom Submission issues, if any TASK GROUP 4d Alternate PHY layer for Japan: • Manage RevCom Submission issues, if any Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  4. Objectives of the Vancouver Session March 8-12, 2009 TASK GROUP-4e MAC Enhancements • Discuss and affirm application spaces • Hear Revised Proposals • Review proposals based upon Application Spaces • Continue proposal adoption discussion TASK GROUP-4f Active RFID • Discuss and affirm application spaces • Hear Revised Proposals TASK GROUP-4g Smart Utility Networks • Hear Initial Proposals • Review Regulatory Environment • Review Coexistence Issues Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  5. Objectives of the Vancouver Session March 8-12, 2009 TASK GROUP 5 –Mesh Networking Recommended Practice: • Manage RevCom Submission issues, if any TASK GROUP 6 –Body Area Networking: • Establish Top Level Editorial Team • Hear voluntary responses to Call for Proposals (mandatory response due at the May 2009 Session) • Update TRD, Regulatory, Application, Channel Model, and Comparison Criteria docs as needed • Document process for draft development • Update Project Timeline Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  6. Objectives of the Vancouver Session March 8-12, 2009 TASK GROUP 7-VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATIONS • Finalize a draft TRD • Issue a follow-up CFP • Hear new presentations - Call For Use Case • Call For Technology and Regulatory Issues 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 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  7. Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  8. Vancouver Session Results for Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  9. TG3c mm Wave 24th Session Vancouver, BC, CanadaClosing Report March, 2009 Slide 9 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  10. 1. 10.30amMonday, March 9. Call to order. 2. TG3c Leadership:Chair: R. Fisher.Vice Chair: A Mathew, S. Kato Secretaries : C.S. Sum, T. Baykas Technical Editor: J. Gilb Sub Editors: C. Ngo, T. Baykas, C.S. Sum, B. Gaffney, Z. Lan 3. Eight 2-hour time slots were allocated, 5 of them were used Slide 10 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  11. Meeting Accomplishments Recirculation LB 49 completed. Coexistence assurance document modified according 802.19 comments. Joint meeting with 802.11TGad; 5 contributions from 15.3c presented regarding common mode signaling, sync frame, beamforming, 15.3c channel model and coexistence document. TG3c will have 1 joint session with TGad in Montreal and 3 conference calls before Montreal meeting. Motion approved to request 802.15 WG to ask permission from 802 EC to start sponsor ballot Motion subsequently approved by both the 802.15WG and the 802EC to begin Sponsor Ballot Slide 11 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  12. Ballot plan • March 2009-Sponsor ballot started • May 2009 – 802 sponsor ballot completed, comment resolution, Recirculation ballot started • July 2009 – 802 sponsor ballot re-circulation completed and submitted to RevCom for final approval • September 2009 – Approval by RevCom Slide 12 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  13. Liaison report on IEEE 802.19 • TG3c officers met with 802.19 on Tuesday AM2. • TG3c had received 19 comments from 802.19 on the TG3c coexistence assurance document 09/22r7. • All 19 comments were discussed with 802.19 and resolved. Resolutions were reflected in the modified version of the coexistence assurance document 09/22r9. Slide 13 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  14. Liaison report on IEEE 802.11TGad • TG3c and TGad had a good opportunity to exchange information on coexistence and other topics through one joint session and 2 other TGad sessions . • TGad held 4 meetings this week • March 9: TGad ad-hoc meeting • March 10: Presentations on TGad channel models • March 11: TG3c-TGad joint meeting: TG3c presented 3 documents on coexistence assurance between TG3c and TGad systems. TG3c also presented a document for beamforming and another document on the TG3c channel models. • March 12: Presentations on TGad network architecture requirementsand closing • The output of the TG3c-TGad joint meeting • One joint session will be held at the Montreal interim meeting • Three conference calls will be scheduled to work on channel models and other items before Montreal • Details of the liaison report can be found in 09/244r1 Slide 14 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  15. Contributions Slide 15 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  16. Timeline Slide 16 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  17. TG4c- PHY Amendment to 15.4 to Support 780MHz Band in China Clint Powell, Freescale, Chair Vancouver, BC, Canada March, 2009 Group did not Meet-Draft on RevCom Agenda for Approval March 17 Slide 17 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  18. TG4d- PHY Amendment to 15.4 to Support 950MHz Band in Japan Phil Beecher, Beecher Consulting, Chair Vancouver, BC, Canada March, 2009 Group did not Meet-Draft on RevCom Agenda for Approval March 17 Slide 18 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  19. TG4e- MAC Enhancement Amendment to 15.4 Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting, Chair Vancouver, BC, Canada March, 2009 Slide 19 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  20. TG4e PAR Scope of Proposed Standard The intention of this amendment is to enhance and add functionality to the 802.15.4-2006 MAC to a) better support the industrial markets and b) permit compatibility with modifications being proposed within the Chinese WPAN. Specifically, the MAC enhancements are limited to: TDMA: to provide a) determinism, b) enhanced utilization of bandwidth Channel Hopping: to provide additional robustness in high interfering environments and enhance coexistence with other wireless networks GTS: to increase its flexibility such as a) supporting peer to peer, b) the length of the slot, and c) number of slots CSMA: to improve throughput and reduce energy consumption Security: to add support for additional options such as asymmetrical keys Low latency: to reduce end to end delivery time such as needed for control applications Slide 20 <Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>

  21. Purpose of Proposed Standard Slide 21 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  22. Meeting Goals • Sub-Groups to present: • Anticipated Changes to Standard • Backward Compatibility Description • Application Support Levels • TG4e will select those efforts to either move forward, reformulate their proposed effort, or to discontinue the effort Slide 22 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  23. TG4e Meetings This Week Slide 23 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  24. E-GTS Contention-Free Contention-Free Factory Automation TSCH ISA, HCF beacon-enabled PAN mode Non-beacon-enabled PAN mode Contention Access ZigBee, 802.15.5 Behavior unique to specific PAN modes Contention Access Behavior common to all PAN modes Overhead Reduction/Security Low Energy Channel Diversity 802.15.4 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  25. Technical Editing Path Forward • Editor and subgroup work on each proposal to provide necessary detail as to specific changes to 802.15.4-2006 • Subgroups work with other subgroups to merge their proposals • Coordination between proposal editors and subgroups with goal of unification/harmonization of changes • Collect all changes into rough draft of amendment Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  26. Editor Assignments Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  27. Proposed TG4e Baseline Schedule Slide 27 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  28. IEEE 802.15.4f Active RFID Closing Report 2nd Meeting as a Task Group Vancouver, BC Canada March 12, 2009 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  29. 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. Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  30. IEEE 802.15.4f Active RFID Meeting Overview • Chair: Mike McInnis • Secretary: George Cavage • Initially four each meeting time slots were allocated during this session. • However we expanded the number meeting time slots to seven. • 3. Relative Documents during this meeting session: • 0150-01 -Agenda-Mar-2009.xls • 0151-03 -Opening-Introduction-Mar-2009.ppt • 0239-00 -Active-RFID-Minutes-Vancouver-Mar-2009.doc • Presentations during this meeting session: • 0174-00 -Applications for Active RFID Systems • 0198-00 -Ubisense Case Studies • 0200-00 -EPCglobal RFID Supply Chain and Operations Improvements • 0203-03 -TG4f Draft Key Applications and Requirements Summary • 0219-01 -Active RFID Problems to Solve Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  31. TG4f Meeting Sessions March 2009 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  32. Active RFID Meeting AchievementsMarch 2009 • Heard four Call for Application (CFA) response presentations • Developed draft 802.15.4f Requirements Document • Decided to release another Call for Applications request Responses will be heard during the May 2009 meeting in Montreal, Canada. • Updated the 802.15.4f Timeline Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  33. Next Meeting Goals and AgendaMay 2009 in Montreal, Canada • Hear Call For Application responses to March 2009 CFA release • Continue discussion and development of technical requirements documentation • Develop Selection criteria documentation • Develop proposal down selection method • Discuss coexistence criteria. • Determine need for, suitability of, channel models • Write and release Call for Intent (CFI) to propose and/or Call for Proposal (CFP) release(s). Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  34. 802.15.4f TimelineTimeline could shorten if you know what you want to do/propose and there is little disagreement Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  35. TG4g- PHY Amendment to 15.4 supporting Smart Utility Networks Phil Beecher, Beecher Consulting, Chair Vancouver, BC, Canada March, 2009 Slide 35 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  36. 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 Slide 36 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  37. 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 Doc#15-08-705). Slide 37 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  38. Meeting Goals and Achievements • Hear Presentations • 3 responses to Call for Applications  • 9 responses to Call for Preliminary Proposals  • 4 presentations of Regulatory Considerations  • Review Required Supporting Documentation • PHY Parameters Guidance  • Coexistence Requirements – discussed scenarios, but more work is required on scenarios and metrics • Review Timeline  Slide 38 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  39. SG4g-SUN Meetings This Week Slide 39 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  40. Presentations heard 15-09-0113-00-004g-battery-operated-applications.ppt 15-09-0114-01-004g-trends-in-sun-capacity.ppt 15-09-0118-03-004g-narrow-band-phy-preliminary-proposal.ppt 15-09-0120-02-004g-coronis-ft-preliminary-proposal.ppt 15-09-0121-01-004g-market-potential-of-sun.ppt 15-09-0124-02-004g-multi-rate-phy-proposal.ppt 15-09-0126-01-004g-signal-processing-options.ppt 15-09-0127-02-004g-smart-grid-communications-preliminary-proposal.ppt 15-09-0128-01-004g-ultra-link-processing-preliminary-proposal-to-tg4g.ppt 15-09-0129-01-004g-battery-operated-sensing-device-requirements-for-802-15-4g.ppt 15-09-0131-00-004g-design-considerations-for-the-sun-network.ppt 15-09-0135-01-004g-preliminary-proposal-for-a-multi-regional-sub-ghz-phy-for-802-15-4g.ppt 15-09-0175-01-004g-european-regularity-considerations.ppt 15-09-0189-00-004g-korean-regulatory-considerations.ppt 15-09-0193-01-004g-802-15nan-phy-considerations.ppt 15-09-0207-00-004g-spectruminchinalicenseexempt-pdf.xls 15-09-0208-00-004g-chinaregsummary0309.ppt 15-09-0235-01-004g-technical-requirements-of-japanese-regulation-for-950mhz-low-power-active-radio-systems.ppt Slide 40 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  41. Between Now and May 2009 • Teleconference calls: to be held weekly on Wednesdays at 10pm GMT, starting March 25, 2009 (details to be posted to reflector) • Continue to refine Technical Guidance Document (15-09-0075-004g) • Refine Coexistence Scenarios, define Coexistence Metrics • Work on Proposals –merging and enhancing. • Preparatory work for May meeting Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  42. Next Steps • Sign up for 802.15.4f Active RFID e-mail reflector • http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/pub/Subscribe.html • STDS-802-15-4f@listserv.ieee.org • Next Meeting • May 10-15, 2009 in Montreal, Canada. • Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel • Register for next meeting at: • http://ieee802.facetoface-events.com/sessions/56/index.php Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  43. Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  44. TG5- Recommended Practice for Mesh Networking Myung Lee, CUNY, Chair Vancouver, BC, Canada March, 2009 Group did not Meet-Draft on RevCom Agenda for Approval March 17 Slide 44 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  45. IEEE 802.15 TG6 Body Area Network Closing Report 8th Meeting as a Task Group 6 Vancouver, BC March 12, 2009 Slide 45 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  46. 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. Slide 46 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  47. 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, Parkinson’s 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. Slide 47 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  48. IEEE Celebrates: May 21, 1873: Birth date of Hans Berger, the first person to record human electroencephalograms (EEG). Slide 48 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  49. Heard 17 BAN proposals Slide 49 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance

  50. Session Results • Send out a proposal evaluation form • Updated TG6 Call for Proposals (CFP) 08-0811-03 • Updated TG6 Comparison Criteria Document. 08-0831-05 • CFI reduction from 65 to 64, thank you NiCT. • Asked for input with dealing with 64 proposals. • Proposals in May 4 on server • First presenters on May 11 from: CSEM (1), IMEC(1) and Samsung (10) • Lottery: May 11, for rest of participants for May and July Slide 50 Slide 50 Robert F. Heile, ZigBee Alliance