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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission T itle: [802.11n liaison report to Working Group 802.15] Date Submitted: [14 May 2004] Source: [Jason Ellis] Company [Staccato Communications] Address [5893 Oberlin Dr., San Diego, CA, USA]

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

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

Submission Title: [802.11n liaison report to Working Group 802.15]

Date Submitted: [14 May 2004]

Source: [Jason Ellis] Company [Staccato Communications]

Address [5893 Oberlin Dr., San Diego, CA, USA]

Voice:[(858) 812 1025], FAX: [(858) 812 1001],E-Mail:[[email protected]]

Re: []

Abstract:[Liaison report which happens to be the 11n closing report slide-set; many thanks ]

Purpose:[To inform the WG on progress in 802.11n during the May 2004 session]

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.

Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications


May 04 plans accomplishments

May 04’ Plans & Accomplishments

  • Complete and adopt CCs

  • Complete and adopt Usage Models

  • Establish firm dates for

    • Posting letter of intent

    • Posting technical proposals to server

    • Start presentations

  • Complete Call for Proposals letter

  • Review project time line

  • Prepare for election of Tech Ed & V. Chair

  • Receive technical presentations

    Disbanded FRCC subcommittee

    Releasing Call for Proposals Monday May 17

Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications


802 11n document summary may

802.11n Document Summary - May

Primary Documents

  • Functional Requirements 03-0813 r12

  • Comparison Criteria 03-0814 r30

  • Usage Models 03-0802 r23

  • Channel Models 03-0940 r04

  • Call for Proposals Letter03-0858 r06

    Other Helpful Documents

  • Selection Procedure 03-0665 r09

  • FRCC Cumulative minutes 03-0815 r14

  • FRCC Comments resol spreadsheet04-0343 r11

  • TGn Schedule 04-0381 r02

  • Selection Procedure Minutes 03-0740 r02

  • May Minutes 04-0496 r00

Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications


Time line

Time line

IEEE 802

Sessions Open

Monday

Sep 13

Monday

May 17, 2004

No later than midnight GMT -5

Friday Aug 13

No later than midnight GMT -5

Friday June 18

At least 30 days

80 days

50 days

30 days

30 days

  • Event #3

  • Documents posted on IEEE server

  • Technical Proposal

  • CC Compliance Report

  • FR Compliance Report

Event #1

Issue call for proposals

Event #2

Intent to present

Full or

Partial proposal

notification submitted

Event #4

“All?” Proposals

Presented in TGn Session

Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications


Posted technical presentations presentations heard in may

Posted Technical Presentations -Presentations heardin May

  • MIMO Ant OFDM Solutions for Enhanced PHYAlexandre Dias04-0229r0

  • 20ms Effective Preamble MIMO OFDMSeigo Nakao04-0249r1

  • PCCC Turbo Codes for 802.11nBart Van Poucke04-0256r0

  • Number of MIMO Multiplex for 11n Standards Yusuke Asai 04-0259r0

  • Limitation on Range Extension using Multiple AntennasHeejung Yu04-0279r0

  • LDPC vs. Convolutional Codes: Perf & Complexity Comparison Alexsandar Purkovic 04-0337r0

  • Generalized Puncturing to eliminate pad bitsStephan ten Brink04-0298r0

  • MIMO Mode Table for MIMO-OFDMStephan ten Brink04-0553r0

  • Turbo Codes for 802.11n Brian Edmonston for Marie-Helene Hamon 04-0243r2

  • Field Measurements of 2 x 2 MIMO CommunicationsBabak Daneshrad04-0263r0

  • Maximizing MAC Throughputs by Dynamic RTS-CTSThreshold Woo-Yong Choi 04-0312r0

Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications


Plans for july

Plans for July

  • Status of Call for Proposals

  • Technical Presentations

  • Overall TGn timeline

  • .19 liaison planning (joint meeting)

  • .21 liaison planning (joint meeting)

  • Regulatory issues discussion with .18

  • TGn organization/officer planning

Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications


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