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IEEE 802.15 & .11 Working Groups

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  1. IEEE 802.15 & .11 Working Groups Marketing Committee Working Group Report Nov 2000 Tampa, FL USA Bruce Kraemer, Intersil

  2. Agenda Items Joint 11/15 MC Tues 10:30-12am Esplanade 3 • Articles • Published/Pending/Proposed • Website • Conferences • Calendar of events • Special events • IEEE Publications • Collateral material • Press releases/Press Kit • Forecasts Bruce Kraemer, Intersil

  3. .11/.15 Articles sub report Published/Pending • Bluetooth Signal: Overview, Introduction, TG1 • Magazine publication suspended. Restart date uncertain. • Publisher and editorial approach TBD • Bluetooth World began October • Will approach on submission interests • Computer System Design on-line • 802.1b Wireless Ethernet, 802.11a Wireless MM, 5G Convergence • Spectrum • November, p61-65, Bluetooth Emergence • Handbook of Microwave Communications, • WPAN Communication Chapter Proposed Bruce Kraemer, Intersil

  4. Web Site Sub report .15 Summary • The IEEE 802.15 and its previous incarnations has had a web presence since Jan97 • The www.ieee802.org/15 Home Page is over 18 months old • The “look and feel” was successfully changed 6 months ago • Please visit: • http://www.ieee802.org/15/index.html • As always comments are welcome. .11 Summary • Managed by Stuart Kerry and Harry Worstel • Please visit: • http://www.ieee802.org/11/index.html • General Discussion Bruce Kraemer, Intersil

  5. IEEE Publications 802.11 “IEEE 802.11 Handbook (A Designer’s Companion)” Petrick, O'Hara (rev2) Proposed: “Origin of 802.11 Standard and Updates” Expected Q2, ’01, Petrick, O'Hara 802.15 “An IEEE Guide: How to Find What You need in the Bluetooth Spec” November 2000, Tom Siep, a pocket guide (~150 pg.) “IEEE 802.15 Handbook (A Designer’s Companion)” Expected Q2’02, Siep et al Discussion Bruce Kraemer, Intersil

  6. Press Kit Summary 802.15 • Demand for pre-prepared presentations • IEEE 802.15 WPAN • IEEE 802.11 WLAN • TG1 taking the lead • Produce a "Press Kit Module" specific to TG1 on or before the Sep00 Interim • Produce a Promotional Brochure on or before the Sep00 Interim 802.11 • Document 288 in draft form The IEEE Press Kit would ideally cover the WG and/or all the Wireless 802 WGs i.e., 802.11, 802.15, and 802.16, same w/ Brochure Bruce Kraemer, Intersil

  7. WPAN™ Press Kit • Modular Approach can be updated easily • Scenario: Someone wants to know what the latest information is and does not want to wade through the Web Site, Minutes, etc. • Solution: The user could go to the WPAN™ Press Kit html page and down load PowerPoint, News Releases, Minutes, etc. • WPAN™ Press Kit – Working Group, etc. [?] • Module 1 – Task Group 1 [responsibility - Ian Gifford] • Module 2 – Task Group 2 [responsibility – Steve Shellhammer] • Module 3 – Task Group 3 [responsibility – John Barr] • Module 4 – Low Rate Study Group • Module 0 – Study Group [responsibility - ?] Bruce Kraemer, Intersil

  8. Conferences & Calendar of Events • 802.15 has maintained a calendar of events that was deemed relevant to its membership. and posted on its website • The contents have been enhanced to include events of interest to 802.11. • The plan is to maintain one document but make it equally accessible to both memberships. • Future expansion to include 802.16 member interests will be considered. • Anyone can send suggested additions. Send them to bkraemer@intersil.com Bruce Kraemer, Intersil

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  11. Market Forecast • Membership requested some estimates of market size for the Standards being written. • There are numerous reports generated by market analysis companies but they are generally less useful than desired. Since the primary expertise in WLAN & WPAN technology and market trends resides within the IEEE membership it appeared that we could materially improve the situation by offering guidance to the industry. • The initial action item is to review and agree upon basic market structure and terminology definitions for 802.11 WLANs. • Additionally, initial market size projections will be collected from the attendees. • These outputs will be refined and expanded to include WPANs over the course of the next few meetings. Bruce Kraemer, Intersil