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Ieee 802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks

Project: IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

Submission Title: [WG-TG3 closing Report Mar02]

Date Submitted: [14Mar02]

Source: [John Barr] Company [Motorola]

Address [1303 E. Golf Road, Schuamburg, IL 60196]

Voice:[+1 847 576-8706], FAX: [+1 847 576-6758], E-Mail:[[email protected]]

Re: [02083r6P802-15_TG3-Mar02-Meeting-Objective-and-Agenda.xls]

Abstract:[TG3 Chair Report to 802.15 WG]

Purpose:[TG3 chair report to WG to update them on work completed in St. Louis.]

Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE 802.15. 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 802.15.

John Barr, Motorola


Ieee 802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks

802.15

IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks

TG3 Closing Report

March 2002, St. Louis, MO

USA

John Barr, Motorola


Agenda

Agenda

  • Goals of March Meeting

  • Major Accomplishments

  • Goals for May Meeting

John Barr, Motorola


Goals of the march meeting

Goals of the March Meeting

  • Conference call status, including approval of any ad hoc business

  • Letter Ballot Comment Resolution

  • Mandatory Security Suite Selection

  • Prepare for ballot recirculation

  • Prepare for Post-May sponsor ballot

  • Call for Patents

John Barr, Motorola


Comment resolution 2 to go

Comment Resolution - < 2 to go!

John Barr, Motorola


Major accomplishments

Major Accomplishments

  • Addressed LB12 Comments

    • 1851 Total

    • 554 TRs

    • 2 TRs Remaining to be addressed (Shvodian)

    • 02076r15 – Comments resolved January – March

    • 02129r2 – Comments resolved at St. Louis

    • 02055r12 - WG-LB12-Comment-Resolution-Database.mdb

  • Mandatory Security Suite Selection

John Barr, Motorola


No voter status

No Voter Status

John Barr, Motorola


Lb12 status

LB12 Status

  • 40-day LB12 Results

    • 49 Yes, 22 No

    • 69% Approval

  • Dallas Comment Resolution

    • 60 Yes, 11 No

    • 84% Approval

  • St. Louis Comment Resolution

    • 67 Yes, 4 No

    • 96% Approval

John Barr, Motorola


Publicity items

Publicity Items

  • Resolved substantially all technical issues raised by LB12.

  • Selected mandatory and optional security suites and a scalable security model.

  • Presentation on 802.15.3 features scheduled for the 1394 WWG on March 19.

John Barr, Motorola


Scalable open security model

Scalable, Open Security Model

  • Public Key Authentication:

    • ANSI X9.63-2001 mandatory

    • NTRUEncrypt using ess251 ep1, 02/131r0 optional

  • Symmetric Key for Payload Protection and Data Integrity

    • AES 128-bit (will be aligned with 802.11i AES)

  • Digital Certificates supported in Mode 2 and required in Mode 3

    • Implicit digital certificates (Certicom) for high efficiency

    • Generic digital certificate method

John Barr, Motorola


Goals for may

Goals for May

  • Conference call status, including approval of any ad hoc business.

  • Letter Ballot Comment resolution

  • Ballot Recirculation

  • ExCom Sponsor Ballot Prep (Letter Ballot)

  • Update Draft as Required (D10 or D11)

  • Call for Patents

John Barr, Motorola


Next steps

Next Steps

  • Weekly Conference Calls

    • 10AM C(hair)ST Tuesday

    • 11AM CST Thursday

  • Draft Project Plan

    • April 1 – Draft D0A Released for Grins

    • April 5 – Security Suite Text Due

    • April 12 – D10 (D0A) released

    • Apirl 19 – D11 release for 20-day recirc ballot

  • Ad Hoc “Final-Final” Drafting Meeting

    • April 15-17 (Monday-Wednesday) – San Diego, CA

    • Noon Monday to 5PM Wednesday

  • 20-day recirculation ballot (Starts April 19, ends May 10)

  • Resolve comments and prepare second recirculation

  • Update draft for sponsor ballot

  • Request ExCOM letter ballot to move to sponsor ballot

John Barr, Motorola


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