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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks Submission Title : [Samsung-ETRI-CUNY-KETI-KORPA-Inha-CNU Merged Baseline Proposal for TG6] Date Submitted: [16 th November, 2009]

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Project ieee p802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks

  • Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks

  • Submission Title: [Samsung-ETRI-CUNY-KETI-KORPA-Inha-CNU Merged Baseline Proposal for TG6]

  • Date Submitted: [16th November,2009]

    • Source:[HyungSoo Lee, Jaehwan Kim, Jeong-Yeol Oh, Cheolhyo Lee, Jae-Young Kim, Mi-kyung Oh, Sung-weon Kang, Jung-hwan Hwang, Hyung-il Park, Tae-young Kang, Chang-sub Shin, Seong-soon Joo]1, [Ranjeet K. Patro, Ashutosh Bhatia, Arun Naniyat, Thenmozhi Arunan, Giriraj Goyal, Kiran Bynam, Seung-Hoon Park, Noh-Gyoung Kang, Chihong Cho, Euntae Won, Youngkwon Cho, Sridhar Rajagopal, Farooq Khan, Eui-Jik Kim, Jeongsik In, Yongsuk Park, Chul-Jin Kim, Jahng Sun Park, Sangyun Hwang, JongRim- Lee, Kiuk Kim, SeokYong-Lee, Hyunkuk Choi, Sung-Min Kim, Seong-Jun Song, Long Yan, Chang-Ryong Heo, Saerome Kim]2, [J.S Yoon, Gahng S. Ahn, Myung J Lee]3, [Dong-Sun Kim, Tae-Ho Hwang, Young-Hwan Kim, Jae-Gi Son, Seung-Ok Lim, Ha-Joong Chung, Chang-Won Park]4, [Yangmoon Yoon, Moon Young Choi, Sang Yun Lee]5, [Kyung-Sup Kwak, Sana Ullah, M. A. Ameen, Jae Ho Hwang, Jae Moung Kim, Jingwei Liu]6 [Youngmi Kwon]7

  • Company:[ETRI]1, [Samsung Electronics]2, [CUNY]3, [KETI]4, [KORPA]5, [Inha Univ.]6 , [CNU]7

  • {138 Gajeong-ro, Yuseong-gu, Deajeon, 305-700, South Korea} {+82-42-860-5625}{ [email protected] }

  • {416, Maetan-3dong, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 443-742, South Korea}{+82-31-279-4960}{ [email protected] }

  • {140th St. and Convent Ave, New York, NY, USA} {+1-212-650-7180}{ [email protected] }

  • {#68 Yatap-dong Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do 463-816, South Korea}{+82-31-789-7384}{ [email protected] }

  • {78 Garak-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, 138-803, South Korea}{+82-31-450-1947}{ [email protected] }

  • {253 Yonghyun-dong, Nam-gu, Incheon, 402-751, South Korea}{+82-32-860-9188}{ [email protected] }

  • {220 Gung-dong,Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, 305-764, South Korea}{}{ [email protected] }

  • Contact:Ranjeet K. Patro (MAC), (Jaehwan Kim, Dong-Sun Kim (NB)), Kiran Bynam (UWB), Jahng Sun Park (EFC)

  • Abstract: [Describes the Samsung-ETRI-CUNY-KETI-KORPA-Inha-CNU merged baseline for TG6]

  • Purpose: To invite other parties to join the group and create the TG6 baseline

  • 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.


Samsung etri cuny keti korpa inha cnu baseline

Samsung-ETRI-CUNY-KETI-KORPA-Inha-CNUBaseline


Contributors

Contributors

  • ETRI : HyungSoo Lee, Jaehwan Kim, Jeong-Yeol Oh, Cheolhyo Lee, Jae-Young Kim, Mi-kyung Oh, Sung-weon Kang, Jung-hwan Hwang, Hyung-il Park, Tae-young Kang, Chang-sub Shin, Seong-soon Joo

  • Samsung : Ranjeet K. Patro, Ashutosh Bhatia, Arun Naniyat, Thenmozhi Arunan, Giriraj Goyal, Kiran Bynam, Seung-Hoon Park, Noh-Gyoung Kang, Chihong Cho, Euntae Won, Youngkwon Cho, Sridhar Rajagopal, Farooq Khan, Eui-Jik Kim, Jeongsik In, Yongsuk Park, Chul-Jin Kim, Jahng Sun Park, Sangyun Hwang, JongRim- Lee, Kiuk Kim, SeokYong-Lee, Hyunkuk Choi, Sung-Min Kim, Seong-Jun Song, Long Yan, Chang-Ryong Heo, Saerome Kim

  • CUNY : J.S Yoon, Gahng S. Ahn, Myung J Lee

  • KETI : Dong-Sun Kim, Tae-Ho Hwang, Young-Hwan Kim, Jae-Gi Son, Seung-Ok Lim, Ha-Joong Chung, Chang-Won Park

  • KORPA: Yangmoon Yoon, Moon Young Choi, Sang Yun Lee

  • Inha Univ. : Kyung-Sup Kwak, Sana Ullah, M.A.Ameen, Jae Ho Hwang, Jae Moung Kim, Jingwei Liu

  • CNU : Youngmi Kwon


Phys and mac outline

PHYs and MAC Outline

MAC

  • Superframe structure mode

    • TDMA access, poll access & contention access

  • No Superframe structure mode

    • Poll access & contention access

NB PHY

UWB PHY

EFC PHY

  • Mandatory

    • GFSK

    • ~1Mbps

  • Mandatory

    • PPM/BC-GPPM

    • Non-coherent

    • 250kbps~10Mbps

  • Orthogonal code + FSC

  • Rate Indicator (RI) using SFD

  • 125kbps~10Mbps

  • Optional high data rate

    • Only for in-body

    • PSSK

    • 10Mbps~20Mbps

  • Optional

    • Differential coherent

    • DPSK(Differential Phase Shift Keying)

    • 1Mbps~10Mbps


Mac baseline

MAC Baseline


Introduction

Introduction

  • The merged MAC proposal targets all BAN applications and meets all TG6 functional requirements.

  • The coordinator can operate in either of the two modes

    • Superframe structure mode

      • TDMA access period (TAP): Scheduled TDMA access

      • Poll access period (PAP): Scheduled Poll access

      • Contention access period (CAP)

    • No Superframe structure mode

      • Unscheduled Poll access

      • Contention access


Superframe structure mode

Superframe structure mode

B1

B1

B2

  • The format of the Superframe is defined by the coordinator.

    A Superframe consists of three periods.

    • Contention Access Period (CAP) : mandatory

    • TDMA Access Period (TAP) : optional

    • Poll Access Period (PAP) : optional

  • The duration of TAP is fixed over subsequent Superframes.

  • The duration of PAP and CAP may vary over subsequent frames, but always, PAP+CAP = SD – TAP.

TAP

PAP

CAP

fixed period

variable period

variable period

SD

SD = TAP + PAP + CAP


Superframe structure mode1

Superframe structure mode

B1

B1

B2

  • Two broadcast messages B1 and B2 are transmitted to manage network connection, device association, resource reservation, Superframe description etc.

  • B1 defines the duration of TAP and SD. It also defines the slot structure in TAP and responsible for clock synchronization of TAP devices.

  • B2 defines the length of the CAP and used for device association and resource reservation. B2 messages are sent without using the contention access.

  • Optionally, the Superframe can have an Inactive Period (IP). Then, SD = TAP+PAP+CAP+IP. During the Inactive Period, the coordinator may enter a sleep mode.

TAP

PAP

CAP

fixed period

variable period

variable period

SD

SD = TAP + PAP + CAP


No superframe structure mode

No Superframe Structure Mode

Broadcast Poll message

  • Coordinator does not define Superframe structure to coordinate and manage device access

  • Device transmit data frames using Unscheduled Poll access

    • Suitable and preferred when data transfer of only few implant devices are required

    • Suitable for meeting the delay and jitter requirements of multimedia streaming traffic

  • Device can transmit data frames with Contention Access as well

  • The coordinator may occasionally transmit a Wakeup/Broadcast poll message.

    • A wakeup message is sent to wakeup the implant device(s) to start a data session

    • Broadcast Poll message is used for device connection and network formation. Contention resolution mechanism to avoid collision

Wakeup message


Supporting mechanisms

Supporting Mechanisms

  • Emergency handling

    • Emergency message must be serviced regardless of coordinator state, by emergency channel access, or etc.

  • Wakeup mechanism

    • In-band wakeup

  • Association & network management

    • Group association

  • Coexistence mechanism

    • Coordinator can choose proper coexistence mechanism among optional methods

  • Reliability

    • FEC, ARQ or etc. can be supported, when required

  • Security


Nb phy baseline

NB PHY Baseline


Presentation outline

Presentation Outline

  • NB PHY Baseline

  • Supported Frequency Bands

  • GFSK Modulation as Mandatory

  • PSSK Modulation as Optional In-body High Data Rate


Nb phy baseline1

NB PHY Baseline

  • Frequency bands

    • 288-322 MHz

    • MedRadio, MICS, WMTS and ISM band

  • Modulations

    • Mandatory

      • Data rates < 1Mbps

      • GFSK

    • Optional high data rates for only in-body service

      • Data rates ≥ 10 Mbps

      • PSSK


Supported frequency bands

Supported Frequency Bands


Gfsk modulation as mandatory

GFSK Modulation as Mandatory

  • Power efficient GFSK Modulation as mandatory

  • Band limited Gaussian pulse shape filter

    • Improve spectrum efficiency at the cost of increased ISI

  • FEC with GFSK

    • Header : 16bytes, BCH(128,120)

    • Data: variable block length (Max. block FEC: BCH(256,248))


Pssk modulation as optional in body high data rate

PSSK Modulation as Optional In-body High Data Rate

  • Power and bandwidth efficient PSSK Modulation

  • 8 PSSK

    • Lower Complexity/Low Power/High Performance Solution

      • Improvement Back-off characteristic for Non-linearity Analog Devices

      • Simple differential receiving architecture is possible for the non-coherent detection

      • Possible to share Tx/Rx common architecture with M-PSK or (M-DPSK)

    • Square-root raised cosine filter

    • Any FEC scheme Is available to enhance the performance


Uwb phy baseline

UWB PHY Baseline


Presentation outline1

Presentation Outline

  • UWB PHY Baseline

  • UWB PHY Features


Uwb phy baseline1

UWB PHY Baseline

  • Non-coherent BC-GPPM transceivers as mandatory

    • Low power system

    • Independent of pulse shape like chaotic , Impulse radio, chirp

    • Data rates: 250kbps~10Mbps

  • Differential coherent (DBPSK) system as optional

    • Reliable system design with relatively low power

    • Pulse shapes like chaotic, chirp can be used

    • Data rates: 1Mbps~10Mbps

  • Kasami sequences as common preamble

  • Band plan

    • Band of 7.25 to 8.5 GHz as mandatory for global compliance

    • Other bands of UWB as optional


Uwb phy features

UWB PHY Features

  • Non-coherent transceivers

  • Efficiently duty cycled Power efficient system design

  • PER of 10 % at 3 m range at mandatory data rates for all channel models

  • Good CCI(Co-Channel Interference) rejection

  • Scalable data rates from few kbps to 10 Mbps

  • Differentially coherent system for high reliability/ high data rate applications


Efc phy baseline

EFC PHY Baseline


Presentation outline2

Presentation Outline

  • Electric Field Communication

  • EFC PHY Baseline

  • Signal Generation

  • Rate Indicator


Electric field communication

Electric Field Communication

  • With EFC, data transmitted by inducing electric-field and capacitive coupling on dielectric material

    • Human body has about 300~500 times better permittivity than air

  • Direct Digital Signaling  FSDT (Frequency Selective Digital Transmission)

    • Quick and easy connection; Intuitive service with privacy & security

    • No Antenna, less complex, and extremely low power

    • Perfect candidate for HBC PHY


Efc phy baseline1

EFC PHY Baseline

  • Data Modulation

    • FS-Spreader (Orthogonal Code + FSC)

  • Scalable Data rate: Up to 10 Mbps

  • Preamble

    • 128-bit Gold sequence × FSC

    • Repeated 4 times for better performance

  • SFD

    • (128-bit Gold sequence + Time offset) × FSC

  • Rate Indicator (RI) using SFD field + Time offset

    • PHY header and PDSU transmitted at the same data rate

    • Provides throughput efficiency, especially for high data rates

    • Also supports traditional data rate field in PHY header option

FS : Frequency Selective

FSC : Frequency Shift Code


Data signal generation

Data Signal Generation

  • PHY Header/PSDU Generation

    • 1 symbol : 16-bit × FSC

    • FSC: Repeated [0 1 ] & SF = 4

      • Operation freq. = fCK

    • Signal bandwidth depends on data rate (C), symbol conversion rate (1/N), and the length of orthogonal code (2L)


Rate indicator

Rate Indicator

  • RI uses SFD to indicate data rate: 7 classes

    • Both PHY header and PDSU transmitted at the same data rate

    • Provides throughput efficiency, especially for high data rates

  • May also use the traditional method using Data Rate Field (DRF) in PHY header

    • One method selected during initial handshaking of two devices

    • Master device selects the desired method

    • During initial handshaking, DRF method is used to indicate the data rate

 in PHY Header


References for merged baseline

References for Merged Baseline

  • “Samsung-ETRI's EFC Proposal for HBC PHY - Documentation”, Samsung-ETRI, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0748-00-0006

  • Cheolhyo Lee, “Frequency band for in-body High Data Rate communication”, ETRI, Contribution to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0699-00-0006

  • “Samsung/ETRI's EFC: HBC PHY proposal]”, Samsung-ETRI, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0689-00-0006

  • “Narrowband PHY and MAC Revision for WBAN - Summary”, KETI-LG-KORPA-Tensorcom-MERL, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0573-00-0006

  • “HBC PHY & MAC”, Samsung-ETRI-CNU, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0548-00-0006

  • “MICS Band PHY Solution for WBAN”, Inha Univ., Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0367-01-0006

  • “A Traffic-based Secure MAC Protocol for WBAN with Bridging Function”, Inha Univ., Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0366-01-0006

  • “ETRI HBC PHY Proposal for BAN”, ETRI, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0348-01-0006

  • “MAC for IEEE802.15.6”, ETRI-CNU, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0347-01-0006

  • “Samsung MAC proposal for IEEE 802.15 TG6 – Body Area Networks”, Samsung, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0344-03-0006

  • “Versatile MAC for Body Area Network”, CUNY, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0337-00-0006


References for merged baseline1

References for Merged Baseline

  • “Versatile MAC for Body Area Network Update for UWB PHY”, CUNY, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0336-03-0006

  • “ETRI + Samsung Physical layer proposal”, Samsung-ETRI, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0323-01-0006

  • Kiran Bynam, “ETRI & Samsung PHY proposal to 802.15.6”, Samsung-ETRI, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0322-01-0006

  • “Distributed TDMA Scheduling for SOP”, Samsung, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0321-01-0006

  • “Samsung & ETRI’s EFC PHY & MAC proposal”, Samsung, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0318-02-0006

  • “Block based PHY and Packet Transmission for Low Data Rate In-body WBAN”, KETI-KORPA-LG-Jeju Univ-Casuh, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0317-04-0006

  • “802.15.6 MAC Partial Proposal : Distributed TDMA Scheduling for SOP”, Samsung, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0316-00-0006

  • “Samsung MAC proposal – Part 1: A power efficient MAC for BAN”, Samsung, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0315-01-0006

  • “Samsung MAC proposal – Part 2: Co-existence, network management, security”, Samsung, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0314-01-0006

  • Jaehwan Kim, “ETRI’s Proposal for In-body high data rate WBAN PHY”, ETRI, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0179-04-0006

  • “Samsungs preliminary PHY proposal to 802.15.6”, Company, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0171-04-0006

  • “Preliminary WBAN proposal using IR-UWB”, Company, Proposal to IEEE Standard Working Groups, IEEE 802.15-09-0141-00-0006


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