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  1. 99th Session of meetings of the IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks November 8-13, 2015 Hyatt Regency Reunion Dallas, Texas, USA

  2. 802.15WG Chair Bob Heile, Wi-SUN Alliance 802.15 Vice Chairs Rick Alfvin, VeriLAN Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting 802.15 Organization Chart Working Group Technical Editor James Gilb Secretary Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting Assistant Secretary Mike McInnis, Boeing To add your name to the WG/TG/SG/IG reflectors please go to www.ieee802.org/15 STUDY GROUPS: SG12 Consolidated LLC (CLLC) Chair: Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting SG4t High(er) Rate PHY (HRP) Chair, Clint Powell SG4u India 865-867 Band PHY (IBP) Chair, Phil Beecher, Wi- SUN INTEREST GROUPS IG TeraHertz (THZ) Chair: Thomas Kürner, Technische Universität Braunschweig IG Dependability (of Radio Links) Ryuji Kohno, IG High Rate Rail Communications Chair: Junhyeong Kim, ETRI IG 6Tisch Chair: Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting IG 15.4 Guide Chair: TBD SCs for New Projects (WNG), Maintenance, Rules Chair: Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting Task Groups TG3d 100Gbps PHY Thomas Kuerner, Chair Technische Universität Braunschweig TG4s Spectrum Resource Use (SRU) Chair: Shoichi Kitazawa, ATR Wave Engineering Laboratories TG7R Optical Wireless Communications Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University Chair TG3e High Rate Close Proximty Chair: Andrew Estrada, Sony TG3m 15.3 Revison 1 Chair: Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting TG8 Peer Aware Communcations Chair: Miung Lee, CUNY TG4mc 15.4 Revision 3 Chair: Pat Kinney, Kinney Consulting TG9 Key Management Protocol Chair: Robert Moskowitz, Verizon x TG4n 15.4 China MBAN PHY Chair: Liang Li, Vinno TG10 Layer 2 Routing Chair: Clint Powell TG15.4q Ultra Low Power (ULP) 15.4 Chair: Chiu Ngo, Samsung

  3. Dallas Session ObjectivesNovember 8-13, 2015 TASK GROUP 3d –100Gbps THz PHY • Review and Discuss Contributions • Resolve comments on 15.3d change PAR/CSD • Secure EC approval to forward PAR to NesCom • Update Project Plan/Timeline TASK GROUP 3e –High Rate Close Proximity (HRCP) • Review and Discuss Contributions • Continue work on merged proposal • Update Project Plan/Timeline TASK GROUP 3m –15.3 REVISION 1 • Secure EC approval to start Sponsor Ballot

  4. Dallas Session ObjectivesNovember 8-13, 2015 TASK GROUP 4n –China MBAN • Secure EC approval to forward to RevCom • Update Project Plan/Timeline Task Group 4q: 15.4 Ultra Low Power Amendment • Secure EC approval to forward to RevCom • Update Project Timeline accordingly TASK GROUP 4s Spectrum Resoucre Utilization(SRU) • Work on Technical Guidance Doc (TGD) • Prepare the CFP • Update Project Timeline

  5. Dallas Session ObjectivesNovember 8-13, 2015 Study Group 4t 15.4 High(er) Rate PHY • Resolves comments on PAR/CSD if any • Secure EC approval to forward to NesCom Study Group 4u 15.4 PHY for 865-867 band in India • Resolves comments on PAR/CSD if any • Secure EC approval to forward to NesCom Task Group 15.4mc -15.4 Revision 3 • Secure EC approval to forward to RevCom • Update Revision timeline as needed.

  6. Dallas Session ObjectivesNovember 8-13, 2015 • Task Group 7R Optical Wireless Communications • Review and discuss contributions • Continue developing TGD • Generate/Update Project Timeline • TASK GROUP-8 Peer Aware Communications • Continue work on draft • Update Project Plan/Timeline • TASK GROUP 9 –Key Management Protocol: • Sponsor Ballot Comment Resolution • Update Project Plan/Timeline

  7. Dallas Session ObjectivesNovember 8-13, 2015 TASK GROUP 10--Layer 2 Routing (L2R): • Letter Ballot comment resolution • Update Project Plan/Timeline STUDY GROUP 12 -15.4 Consolidated LLC (CLLC) • Get updated on IETF94 outcomes • Joint Meeting with 802.1 • Continue work on draft PAR and CSD THz Interest Group: • Hear contributions relating to THz comms. • Review ongoing mission/goals/new project potential Dependability Interest Group: • Discuss Contributions • Evaluate if Study Group is warranted

  8. Dallas Session ObjectivesNovember 8-13, 2015 High Rate Railroad Communications IG • Discuss opportunities for standards work • Review ongoing mission of the group 6 TiSCH Interest Group • Hear contributions • Get updated on IETF94 outcomes 15.4 Use Guide Interest Group • Define goals • Determine whether to move forward with an SG NEW PROJECTS SUBCOMMITTEE (WNG) • Review/discuss contributions

  9. Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: TG3m November 2015 Report Date Submitted: November 2015 Source: James Gilb Contact: James Gilb E-Mail: last name at ieee dot org Re: TG3m report Abstract: Report for the TG3m meeting in Dallas, TX Purpose: 802.15.3 revision. 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. Slide 10 Slide 10

  10. Accomplishments • Approve conditional submission to Sponsor ballot • Approve liaising draft to ISO/IEC JTC1 under PSDO agreement

  11. Conditional approval • Date ballot closed: 22 October 2015 • Ballot tally: 74 yes, 2 no, 4 abstain (97% approve) • One no voter has changed to yes in current recirculation. • Remaining no voter has identified only one comment as remaining unsatisfied (see next page)

  12. Comment supporting no vote • Comment: As association request and response are not protected at all, what happens if the rogue PNC will assing joining member wrong DEVID, which is duplicate with someone already in the network. When the valid DEV then tries send authetnicated frames to the real PNC using wrong DEVID, there will be nonce collisions. Is there something in the system that will prevent this? As the security message frames are not authenticated either, that means that attacker can do address translation for them too, i.e., change the address of the frame from the one that DEV thinks he has to the one that real PNC thinks he has, and other way around. Unless the security protocol run over those messages specifically authenticate the DEVID of the device, and not the full 48-bit address of the device, this phase will not detect this attack. After the security protocol, I think the device moves to use the encrypted frames, thus it might cause collision. • Suggested resolution: blank • Response Rejected: The Security Message command was introduced to allow 4-way handshake key agreement protocols (or 3-way for key agreements like ECMQV). The frames are authenticated by the handshake process and at this point, the DEV does not have a symmetric key and therefore, authentication is meaningless. The key agreement protocol will ensure the identities of the DEVs. • As for a rogue PNC assigning an invalid DEVID, the attempt to authenticate with the true PNC would fail (it checks the DEVID). • No change required.

  13. Recirculation schedule • Current recirculation ends 15 November 2015 • BRC conference • 18 November 2015 • Recirculation #2: • 20 November 2015 to 5 December 2015 • BRC conference call • 7 December 2015 • Recirculation #3 • 9 December 2015 to 24 December 2015

  14. WG motion • 802.15 requests EC approval to forward P802.15.3RevA-DF2 to ISO/IEC JTC1 SC6, for information under the PSDO agreement, once Sponsor balloting begins. • WG vote • Moved Gilb, seconded Alfvin

  15. TG motion • Motion: 802.15.3m requests that 802.15 request conditional approval from the EC to submit 802.15.3RevA draft amendment to Sponsor Ballot pending recirculation. • TG vote • Moved: Second:

  16. BRC formation • TG affirms the formation BRC members: James Gilb (Chair), Thomas Kuerner, Andrew Estrada, Ko Togashi, Pat Kinney. • TG vote

  17. BRC conference call • 18 November, 2015, 22:00-23:00 PDT • 29 October, 2015 6:00-7:00 CET, 14:00-15:00 JST • Agenda • Resolve comments from WG letter ballot

  18. Meeting Accomplishments • Resolved comments from comment collection • Voted to go to WG Letter Ballot • Voted to form BRC

  19. WG motions

  20. Motion for conditional approval • Move that 802.15 WG start a WG Letter Ballot requesting approval to forward document 802.15.3RevA-D00.pdf, edited in accordance with the instructions in document 15-15-0715-02-003m, to Sponsor Ballot pending the completion and inclusion of the edits in the draft. • Moved: Gilb • Second: Alfvin

  21. WG motion • Motion: 802.15 requests conditional approval from the EC to submit 802.15.3RevA draft amendment to Sponsor Ballot pending recirculation. • WG vote • Moved: , Second: • Yes: , No:, Abstain:

  22. Motion to form BRC • Move that 802.15 WG approve the formation of a Ballot Resolution Committee (BRC) for the WG balloting of the 802.15.3RevA draft standard with the following membership: James Gilb (Chair), Thomas Kuerner, Andrew Estrada, Ko Togashi, Pat Kinney. The 802.15.3m BRC is authorized to approve comment resolutions and to approve the start of recirculation ballots of the 802.15.3RevA draft on behalf of the 802.15 WG. Comment resolution on recirculation ballots between sessions will be conducted via reflector email and via teleconferences announced to the reflector at least 7 days in advance. • Moved: Gilb • Second: Alfvin

  23. TG 3d Dallas November 2015Closing Report

  24. Meetings/Contributions • 4 meetings • 4 Contributions: • Contribution #1:Thomas Kürner, “CMD Simulation Scenarios” (15-15-0861r1) • Contribution #2Makoto Yaita, “Measured wave propagation characteristics under KIOSK use case”(15-15-0869r0) • Contribution #3Makoto Yaita, “KIOSK measurement_TG3d Channel Modelling Document”(15-15-0923r0) • Contribution #4“FCC NPRM” (15-15-0872)

  25. Tasks Completed (1/2) • [Answers to PAR-Comments (completed at WG); 15-15-0682r2] • Revision of Supporting Documents (ToDo-List in 15-15-757r1): • CMD (15-14-0310r14) • TRD (15-14-310r15) • ECD (15-15-412r8) • Drafting of a Call for Proposals (15-15-0936r1) • Review on Time Planning (15-14-0155r8)

  26. Tasks Completed (2/2) Drafting of Response to FCC_NPRM (15-15-0909r1) Working on draft Response to Liaison Statement from ITU-R (15-15-0699r4) Review Status of Liasion Statement to ETSI ISG mWT (15-15-0722r3)

  27. Meetings/Contributions • 4 meetings • 4 Contributions: • Contribution #1:Thomas Kürner, “CMD Simulation Scenarios” (15-15-0861r1) • Contribution #2Makoto Yaita, “Measured wave propagation characteristics under KIOSK use case”(15-15-0869r0) • Contribution #3Makoto Yaita, “KIOSK measurement_TG3d Channel Modelling Document”(15-15-0923r0) • Contribution #4“FCC NPRM” (15-15-0872)

  28. Tasks Completed (1/2) • [Answers to PAR-Comments (completed at WG); 15-15-0682r2] • Revision of Supporting Documents (ToDo-List in 15-15-757r1): • CMD (15-14-0310r14) • TRD (15-14-310r15) • ECD (15-15-412r8) • Drafting of a Call for Proposals (15-15-0936r1) • Review on Time Planning (15-14-0155r8)

  29. Tasks Completed (2/2) Drafting of Response to FCC_NPRM (15-15-0909r1) Working on draft Response to Liaison Statement from ITU-R (15-15-0699r4) Review Status of Liaison Statement to ETSI ISG mWT (15-15-0722r3)

  30. IEEE 802.15.3e High Rate Close Proximity (HRCP) Closing Report Dallas, Texas November 9-12, 2015

  31. 802.15.3e Officers Chair: Andrew Estrada, Sony Vice Chair: Thomas Kürner, Institut für Nachrichtentechnik Technische Universität Braunschweig Secretary: Ken Hiraga, NTT Technical Editor: Ko Togashi, Toshiba

  32. Goals for this meeting • November Plenary: • Complete 1st draft of spec • Unify the different sections into a single document. • Resolve remaining TG comments

  33. TG3e Accomplishments • Presented 8 contributions: • Proposed terminology (Sony) • Frame aggregation and buffer empty flag (JRC) • MIMO (NTT) • Spectral Mask (Sony) • MAC (Toshiba) • RSSI Touch Model (ETRI) • OOK PHY (ETRI) • Optimal subframe length (Sony) • Reviewed draft spec • Drafted FCC NPRM text jointly with TG3d

  34. Timeline We are Here! July Waikoloa12-17 Sep Bangkok 13-18 Nov Dallas 8-13 Jan ‘16 Atlanta 17-22 Mar ‘16 Macau .3 Revision Mid-Jan Consensus Merge, Refine, Draft Initial Presentations Deadline10 Sept Start Letter Ballot Mandatory Editorial Coordination (at least 2 wks before LB) Merging Technical Expert Group Recommendations (couple of weeks before Jan mtg)

  35. Draft status • Members only folder • http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/private/Draft/TG3e/ • 6 sections of the draft uploaded • Awesome job so far!

  36. TG Motion on Text for Response to FCC NPRM • Motion: request that the text proposal contained in 15-15-0909-01-003d-3d-Text_Proposal_for_Response_to-FCC_NPRM be approved for submission to the WG for its approval and further submission to 802.11 and 802.18. • Moved by: Ken Hiraga • Seconded by: Iwao Hosako • 15 yes / 0 abstain / 0 No

  37. Telecon Schedule • 3 calls between now and Nov 2015 • Time: • EST 20:00 – 21:00 • Dates: • EST 2, 9, and 16 Dec, 6 Jan • Resolve all TG comments by 6 Jan • Atlanta session = 18-21 Jan 2016

  38. Telecon Agenda • Progress on draft spec • Resolve TG comments • Return all comments to Ko Togashi by 1 Dec 2015, 11:59 EST in the provided Excel template. • Share supporting materials and draft updates.

  39. Goals for next meeting • January Interim: • Resolve remaining TG comments • MEC and TEG • Technically complete draft • Kick off Letter Ballot

  40. A new spec is born…

  41. Thank You!

  42. Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [SC Report for Nov 2015 Session] Date Submitted: [12 Nov 2015] Source: [Patrick Kinney] Company [Kinney Consulting LLC] Address [Chicago area, IL, USA] Voice:[+1.847.960.3715], E-Mail:[pat.kinney@kinneyconsultingllc.org] Re: [SC Report for Nov 2015 Session.] Abstract: [Report for the Nov Session] Purpose: [] 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.

  43. SCmaintenance/SCwng Officer Chair: Patrick Kinney Vice Chair Ben Rolfe Secretary Slide 44

  44. Chair’s Role • http://ieee802.org/Mike_Spring_Article_on_Stds_Process.pdf …the chairperson of the working group is key to what and how fast a standard is produced. The chair of the committee acts as a facilitator with little power to legislate. The chair must be knowledgeable about the subject but also know how a standard may be used by various segments of the industry. A chairperson should be a leader-diplomat-observer, in equal proportions. Also, the chairperson should not be a doer, perfectionist or obstructionist. This is consistent with the view of the chairperson as a skilled leader with strong negotiation skills who delegates. Slide 45

  45. Meeting Goals (Agenda 15-15-0803-00) • SC Maintenance • Monday 9 Nov PM1: 802.15.4 - Opening Report, Review resolution issues, BRC calls, and RevCom submission • Monday 9 Nov PM2: 802.15.4 Revision–Security issues • Tuesday 10 Nov AM1: 802.15.4 Revision–TSCH issues • Tuesday 10 Nov AM2: 802.15.4 Revision–IE issues • Wednesday 11 Nov PM1: 802.15.4 Revision–PHY issues • Wednesday 11 Nov, PM2: 802.15.4 Revision–PAN ID issues • Thursday 12 Nov, AM1: 802.15.4 Revision –Contingency, AOB • Thursday 12 Nov, AM2: 802.15.4 Revision– BRC membership approval, BRC call dates and times 802.15 Standing Committee for maintenance of 802.15.4 has completed its task Slide 46

  46. Meeting Goals (Agenda 15-15-0803-00) • SC WNG (Wed, 11 Nov, AM2) • Decoupling Band and Channel Plan from PHY specifications in 15.4 by B Rolfe Slide 47

  47. Revision Schedule • PAR Approval • EC 19 July 2013 (Geneva) • NesCom 21 Oct 2013 • Comment collection • Start 23 May 2014 • End 6 June 2014 • Letter Ballot • Start 14 June 2014 • End 13 July 2014 • Recirculations • Start 20 Oct 2014 • End 6 Apr 2015 • Sponsor Ballot • Start8 Apr, 2015 • Ends 8 May, 2015 • Recirculation • Start 15 October, 2015 • End 29 October, 2015 • EC approval 13 November, 2015 (Dallas) • RevCom • Submission23 October, 2015 • Approval 4 December, 2015 (New Jersey)

  48. Voting Results 137 eligible people in this ballot group 120 votes received (87% returned) 111 affirmative votes (98% approval) 2 total negative votes with comments • abstention votes (5%) 123 COMMENTS (15-15-0344-25) (all comments were resolved by BRC on 29 October, no changes to the draft were required) 63 MUST BE SATISFIED COMMENTS (all were substantially the same comments as submitted in the initial sponsor ballot, no recirculation is required)

  49. Proposed Changes for Next Revision • Change 863 - 870 MHz Band to align with regulatory • Fix typo on Annex C.2.3.3.2 a) AuthData copied incorrectly • Change ANA assigned values from reserved to ANA assigned • Security clause – incoming frame security procedure to explicitly handle old encrypt only frames • Incorporate concept of doc 15-15-0859-01