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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Wireless Multimedia Applications] Date Submitted: [March 2000] Source: [Walt Davis] Company: [Motorola] Address: [1303 E. Algonquin Road, Fourth Floor, Schaumburg, IL 60196]

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Project ieee p802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks wpans submission title wireless multimedia ap

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

Submission Title: [Wireless Multimedia Applications]

Date Submitted: [March 2000]

Source: [Walt Davis] Company: [Motorola]

Address: [1303 E. Algonquin Road, Fourth Floor, Schaumburg, IL 60196]

Voice:[(847) 576-3311], FAX: [(847) 576-5292], E-Mail:[[email protected]]

Re: [ ]

Abstract:[This presentation describes a class of applications of and requirements for wireless multimedia as envisioned by Motorola]

Purpose:[Response to WPAN-HRSG Call for Applications]

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.


Project ieee p802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks wpans submission title wireless multimedia ap

Motorola, Inc.

Wireless Multimedia Application

Submission to the IEEE P802.15

Wireless Personal Area Networks

High Rate Study Group


Wireless multimedia application

DCT-2000

Wireless Multimedia Application

  • Basic Requirement:

    Enable the high-speed, wireless interconnection of consumer devices to support the transfer of large multi-media data files and high speed, real-time data streams.

  • Applications:

    • Video distribution from set-top boxes to remote

      TV sets

    • In-home Internet connectivity from set-top boxes to

      personal devices and computers

    • Wireless video camera linkages

    • Wireless Audio and Video distribution for

      Home Theater Systems


Wireless multimedia application1

Wireless Multimedia Application

  • Basic Requirement:

    Enable the high-speed, wireless interconnection of consumer devices to support the transfer of large multi-media data files and high speed, real-time data streams.

  • Applications:

    • Low cost, high speed In-Home networking

      • Computer to computer

      • Computer to printer

      • Digital camera to printer

      • Appliance to appliance

      • Communications devices to peripherals


Application requirements

Application Requirements

Categories

System

• System Operation

• Multi-mode Protocol

Support

• Operating Frequencies

• Number of Channels

• RF Range / Coverage

• Cost

• Security

• Low Power

• Low Complexity

• Low Development risk

MAC Layer

• QOS

• Security

• Low Complexity

• Low Development risk

• Cost

Physical Layer

• Data Rate

• Number of channels

• Channel Noise Immunity

  • Error Tolerance

  • Delay Spread

    Tolerance

    • Security

    • Co-existence / compatibility

    with other systems

    • Operating frequency /

    license requirements


Project ieee p802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks wpans submission title wireless multimedia ap

Consumer Wireless - Portable, Unlicensed, Accessible

AIR

AirPort

HomeRF Multimedia - TBD

?

10M

Multimedia System

Wireless LANs

W/o Access point

Bluetooth

1M

Home RF

(b/sec.)

ISM Spread Spectrum

w/ Access Point

IrDA 1.1

100K

Wireless Modems

Data Rates

IrDA 1.0

PCS

10K

Satellite

Cellular

10

100

1,000

  • BOM. Cost (Dollars - Y2000)

Data Rate Vs. Cost


Project ieee p802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks wpans submission title wireless multimedia ap

Data Rate Vs. Distance

16 Mbps IrDA

Multimedia System

(Apple/Lucent “AirPort”)

10M

WLAN 11 Mbps Modulation

IrDA 1.1

Bluetooth

HomeRF

(b/sec.)

1M

Wireless LANs

ISM Spread Spectrum

WLAN w/beam

LAN w/ Patch Antenna

100K

IrDA 1.0

Wireless Modems

Data Rates

PCS

10K

Cellular

Satellite

100

Distance (feet)

1,000

10,000’s


Application requirements1

Application Requirements

Overall System

  • System Operation:Half Duplex, symmetrical, isochronous operation that supports real-time multimedia

  • Multi-mode Protocol Support:

    • 20 Mbps operation in High-rate mode,

    • BlueTooth1 compliant operation in

    1 Mbps mode

  • Operating Frequencies:2.4 GHz and 5 GHz ISM bands

    (Unlicensed operation)

  • RF Range / Coverage:10 to 15 meters in the home environment


Application requirements2

Application Requirements

Overall System

  • Number of channels:7 minimum

  • Security:System level compatibility with WAP cellular protocols, internet E-Commerce

    protocols, etc

  • Cost Targets:$10 U.S. BOM cost in 2001 for high volume production

  • Low Power:Suitable for use in portable, battery operated

    equipment

  • ComplexityUse proven, existing technology consistent and Development with the performance and price goals of the Risk:Personal Area Networking space


Application requirements3

Application Requirements

Physical Layer

  • Channel Data Rate:20 Mbits / sec min.

  • Number of channels:7 minimum (20Mbps ea.)

  • Channel Noise Immunity

    • Error Tolerance:FEC capable of correcting a 0.1% BER

    • Delay Spread Tolerance:100 Nanoseconds

  • Security:Assurance of privacy and prevention

    of theft-of-service

  • Co-existence / compatibility: Compatibility with other protocols

    operating in the same band

  • Operating frequency / 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz ISM bands

    licensing requirements:(Unlicensed operation)


Application requirements4

Application Requirements

MAC Layer

  • QOS Support for multiple ( 3 or more) streams of real-time video plus three voice channels and an internet traffic channel

    Support for up six high fidelity audio channels plus one real-time video channel

  • SecurityUpper level support for implementation of WAP cellular protocols, internet

    E-Commerce protocols, etc

  • Complexity andComplexity consistent with the low cost Costand power drain goals of the Personal Area Networking space

  • Low Development riskIf possible, use an existing and proven MAC layer to reduce risk and shorten the time to market


Other considerations

Other Considerations

  • We need to avoid competing standards in the same operating / performance space

  • Contact Data:

    • Walt Davis - Sr. VP

    • [email protected]

    • Phone: (847) 576-3311


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