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  1. Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Application and System Requirement of mmW Personal Area Network] Date Submitted: [May 12, 2004] Source: [Yozo Shoji and Hiroyo Ogawa] Company [National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Incorporated Administrative Agency] Address [3-4, Hikarino-Oka, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, 234-0051, Japan] Voice:[+81.46.847.5075], FAX: [+81.46.847.5079], E-Mail:[shoji@nict.go.jp ] Abstract: [Description of application and System Requirement of millimeter-wave personal area network systems.] Purpose: [Contribution to SG3c at May 2004 meeting] 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. Yozo Shoji, CRL

  2. Application and System Requirement of mmW Personal Area Network Yozo Shoji, CRL

  3. Application & System requirement (1) • ad-hoc connections among peripheral devices • Homegateway & PC • Camcorder &DVD or Monitor • DVD & Monitor Yozo Shoji, CRL

  4. Application & System requirement (2) • In a meeting room: ad-hoc connections among PCs - Meeting attendees can share presenter’s material on their PCs - Slide data can be transmitted to projector Utilization example in a meeting room ※(1280×1024)pixel×16(bit)×50Hz(flame frequency)=1.05 Gbps Yozo Shoji, CRL

  5. Application & System requirement (3) • In a house: ad-hoc connections among household equipments • transmission of audio and visual signals • wireless internet access • control of equipments Utilization example in a house Yozo Shoji, CRL

  6. Application & System requirement (4) • In an exhibition hall, info-station, bus, train, or etc. : information distribution or contents vending for ad-hoc mobile terminals - Installing an access point terminal (APT) that works as an ad-hoc wireless repeater and several small spot-areas are connected through the APTs - Multi-hop connections to overcome the drawback characterized by short distance link limitation in mmW communications Yozo Shoji, CRL

  7. Application & System requirement (4 cont’) Yozo Shoji, CRL

  8. mmW PAN in Stadium(4 cont’) - Uncompressed HD camera video data can be transmitted over mmW P-P link to Video Switching Room - Installing an access point terminal (APT) that works as both an ad-hoc mmW repeater and a signal adder/dropper Yozo Shoji, CRL

  9. Application & System requirement (5) • At apartments, condominiums: mmW PAN for on-demand transmission or/andre-broadcasting of video and datasignal for ad-hoc terminals - Transmission of Sub-carrier video and DATA channels over mmW - Multi-hop or through-repeater connections overcome the LoS problem in mmW link and can seamlessly distribute video signals into room Yozo Shoji, CRL

  10. Application & System requirement (5 cont’) Yozo Shoji, CRL

  11. Proposal of Frequency Channel Plan for mmW PAN • Subcarrier transmission over mmW should be in consideration • Combination of Broadcasting channels and communications channels • Support of Data channel using Multicast or Broadcast MAC protocol Yozo Shoji, CRL

  12. Summary • Ad-hoc connections among peripheral devices • (~480Mbps & ~10m) • Ad-hoc connections among PCs in a meeting room • (~1Gbps & ~10m) • Ad-hoc connections among household equipments in a house • (~500Mbps & ~10m) • Information distribution or contents vending for ad-hoc terminals at an info-station, etc. • (~2.3 Gbps & ~3m) • Apartment complex mmW PAN for on-demand transmission or/and Re-broadcasting of Video and Data signal at condominiums • (Ex.... 30MHz x 100 channels & ~10m) Yozo Shoji, CRL