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STATUS OF CALM IEEE 1609 Meeting – Los Angeles29 April – 1 May 2008
What is CALM?
Vehicle-to-Vehicle (M5, IR, MM)
CALM Architecture Details
CALM-aware applications, and
CALM non-aware applications being based on ISO 15628:2007.
Integrated CALM FAST networking and transport layer protocol.
Integrated CALM geo-routing and transport layer protocol.
Optional FAST local port transport protocol.
Multiple wireless and wired CIs.
One global CALM management with functionality of IME, NME, CME.
Status of CALM Standards
CD 21210: CALM networking for Internet Connectivity
CD 21212: CALM 2G medium
CD 21213: CALM 3G medium
IS 21214: CALM IR medium (already published)
CD 21215: CALM M5 medium (cf. IEEE 802.11 TGp)
WD 21216: CALM MM medium
CD 21217: CALM global architecture
DIS 21218: CALM lower layer service access points
CD 24101: CALM application management
CD 24102: CALM station manager
CD 29281: CALM non-IP networking (cf. IEEE 1609)
WD 29282: CALM applications using satellite
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