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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [ Coronis Preliminary proposal ] Date Submitted: [“ 1 March, 2009” ] Source: [ Jean Schwoerer, John Rouse, Christophe Dugas ] Company [ France Telecom R&D, Coronis ]

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Project ieee p802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks wpans 4219398

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

Submission Title: [Coronis Preliminary proposal]

Date Submitted: [“ 1 March, 2009”]

Source: [Jean Schwoerer, John Rouse, Christophe Dugas] Company [France Telecom R&D, Coronis]

Address [28 chemin du vieux chênes 38240 FRANCE ]

Voice:[+33 4 76 76 44 83], FAX: [+33 4 76 76 44 50], E-Mail:[[email protected]]

Re: [.]

Abstract:[This document give preliminary information on the proposal that we intend to submit.]

Purpose:[Description of what the author wants P802.15 to do with the information in the document.]

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.


Market needs overview

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Market needs overview


Markets overview

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Markets overview

  • Water, Gas, Electric SUN

  • Smart City applications that would leverage SUN infrastructures

    • Environment sensors

    • Public lighting

    • Public watering

    • Traffic Monitoring


Market needs for water gas sun

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Market needs for Water & Gas SUN

  • One transmission per day

    • on-request reading (few bytes only)

    • data logging (<256 Bytes data / 24h)

    • energy counter + alert flags (leak, tampering, backflow)

  • Spontaneous alerts

  • Typical radiated Tx power

    • 10mW up to 500mW

  • Up to 20 years autonomy

    • with a non rechargeable battery

    • battery size adapted to output power which impact cost


Market needs for elec sun

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Market needs for Elec SUN

  • C&I & Residential: x1 Tx per day typ

  • On-request readings

  • Profiles

    • Packet size typ small

    • Can be large for data logging

    • Spontaneous alarm/alert notification

  • Typical radiated Tx power

    • 10mW up to 500mW

  • Supply options

    • Continuously power devices for meters

    • Solar panel, rechargeable battery, backup battery for repeaters


Smart city beyond meter vision

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Smart City beyond meter vision

Water

Smart

Gateway

Provider

Firewall

Multi Utility

Customer Display

Unit

Smart Access

GSM Base Station

Elec

Gas

Consumer

Access Point


Coronis ftrd preliminary technical proposal

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Coronis/FTRDPreliminary Technical Proposal


Sub ghz wireless connectivity platform

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Sub-GHz wireless connectivity platform

  • To meet battery powered devices (water&gas meters, sensors)

    • Low amounts of data with low radio traffic

    • Ultra-low power management to reach multi-year operation

    • Long range (high link budget) for cost effective network infrastructure and long operating range in real world environments

  • To meet AC powered devices (elec meters, other sensors)

    • Low amounts of data with low radio traffic (typical)

    • Can be larger amounts of data with higher radio traffic

    • Long range (high link budget) for cost effective network infrastructure and long operating range in real world environments


Sub ghz wireless connectivity platform1

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Sub-GHz wireless connectivity platform

  • To support reliable communications

    • Spread spectrum

  • To support programmable parameters

    • Data rate, carrier frequency, output power

  • To offer both fixed and walk-by monitoring capabilities

    • Walk-by for installation and maintenance

  • To be compliant with regulations over the world

    • NA, Europe, Asia, Japan

  • To be cost effective with reasonable ROI


Wireless network capabilities

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Wireless network capabilities

  • Star, tree, and mesh topology

  • Self-discovery services, self-organizing and self-healing algorithms

  • Prevent over-hearing

  • Reliable transmissions for robustness against interferers and jammers

  • Efficient medium access system for coexistence of co-located networks in the same area

  • Encrypted communications


Fundamentals rf features

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Fundamentals – RF features

  • Sub-GHz ISM license free bands 915MHz, 868MHz, 316-433MHz

  • 2 classes of features: low data rate & higher data rate

  • GFSK modulation

  • Fast FHSS spread spectrum for low data rate

  • Programmable output power (power savings)

  • QoS management (RSSI, energy counter, class of device, …)

  • Automatic Frequency Control (top performance over full lifespan)

  • Automatic Sensitivity Control (robust to interferences in noisy area)

  • Both asynchronous and synchronized network operation


Fundamentals rf features cont d

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Fundamentals – RF features - Cont’d

  • 2 classes of data rate

    • Low data rate for water, gas, elec: ~20kbps // 50kHz BW

    • Higher data rate for controls: 100kbps or more // 300kHz BW or more

  • Highly sensitive receiver

    • -113dBm @ 20kbps

    • -103dBm @ 100kbps or more

  • Programmable output power

    • Low data rate: +14dBm/+27dBm for end-points & +27dBm/+30dBm for range extenders & AP

    • Higher data rate: up to +30dBm for end-points, range extenders and AP

  • High link budget

    • 127dB with +14dBm > 1km LOS @ -3dBi coil antennas

    • 140dB with +27dBm > 3-4km LOS @ -3dBi coil antennas

  • Radio range extender

    • Native repeater function in all devices (truly mesh with all devices)

    • All devices are Full Function Device while cost is similar to Reduced Function Device


Fundamentals reliable comms

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Fundamentals – Reliable Comms

  • Fast FHSS: Fast Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum

    • Fast hopping every 2 bytes for low data rate

    • x16 channels in EU

    • x50 channels or less to comply with FCC15-247 regulation (power dependent)

  • FEC: Forward Error Correction : BCH(31,21) coding (1/3 redundancy)

  • Data interleaving + LSFR data scrambling (whitenning)

    • Maximize transmission success on the first attempt

  • Encryption if needed // application dependent (session layer 5)


Fundamentals cont d

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Fundamentals – Cont’d

  • Operating Mode

  • Rx, Standby Mode with programmable period (duty cycle) 1sec typ

  • Support pseudo-synchronized network (beacon every 90mn)

  • Push mode with TDMA management to limit overhearing

  • CSMA-CA

  • Tx, Rx at any time from any device (alert notification)

  • Data logging

  • Power Consumption

  • Target of 15µA operating current based on 1s period (duty cycle)


Real world deployment

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Real world deployment

  • Over 3 million devices deployed around the world based on similar features have given field-proven confidence

    • 60,000 points in France (water)

    • 50,000 points in Europe (water)

    • 100,000 points in China (gas)

    • 60,000 points in Balkans (water & gas)

    • 50,000 points in the USA water market (installation on-going)

    • 5,000 points in Spain (gas)

    • 10,000 points in Europe for lab temperature tracking

  • Open standard initiative is up and running

    • IEEE 802.15.4g would be a positive step


Thank you

J. Schwoerer (France Telecom) - C. Dugas & J. Rouse (Coronis)

Thank You


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