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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: RFID-SG Closing Report for Denver, July 2008 Date Submitted: July 17, 2008 Source: Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company Contact: Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

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

Submission Title: RFID-SG Closing Report for Denver, July 2008

Date Submitted: July 17, 2008

Source: Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

Contact: Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

Voice: E-Mail: michael.d.mcinnis@boeing.com

Re: RFID-SG Closing Report for July 2008 Session

Abstract: Closing Report for the RFID-SG Session in Denver, Colorado.

Purpose: To investigate forming an RFID ultra-low energy tag, sensor, and reader/transceiver PHY and MAC Study Group.

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.

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

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IEEE 802.15 RFID-SG

Closing Report

4th Meeting as a Study Group

Denver, Colorado

17 July 2008

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

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IEEE 802.15 RFID Study Group Meeting Overview

  • RFID-IG Volunteer Chair: M. McInnis
  • 2. Two each time slots were allocated during this session.
  • 3. Attendance:
  • Approx. 30 attendees in Monday PM2 slot.
  • Approx. 40 attendees in Wednesday AM2 slot.
  • 4. Relative Documents:
  • 15-08-0462-02-rfid-RFID-SG-Agenda-July-2008.xls
    • 15-08-0463-02-rfid-RFID-SG-Opening-Introduction-July-2008.ppt
    • 15-08-0089-05-rfid-RFID-Study-Group-Call-for-Contributions.doc
    • 15-08-0531-00-rfid-RFID-SG-Minutes-Denver-July-2008.doc
  • Presentations during this meeting session:
    • None

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

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RFID SG Overview

  • The IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee (LMSC) has chartered the IEEE 802.15 RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Study Group to investigate and develop IEEE 802 'Project Authorization Request' (PAR) and '5 Criteria' documents which define the direction of an IEEE 802 Task Group as it develops a new IEEE 802 wireless standard.
  • Formation of a new IEEE 802 Task Group is dependent on the completion of PAR and 5 Criteria documents as well as IEEE Working Group and IEEE 802 Executive Committee member approvals.
  • There is a potential in this IEEE 802.15 RFID SG to define the direction of the development of new draft physical (PHY) and medium access control (MAC) layer protocols for wireless applications that require ultra-low energy consumption, perhaps passive/semi-active/active RFID, sensor, and other applications that existing RFID and sensor wireless PHYs and MACs may not satisfy.

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

denver rfid sg meeting achievements
Denver RFID SG Meeting Achievements
  • Draft PAR Scope and Purpose paragraphs were created and discussed.
  • Draft 802.15 liaison letter to EPCglobal’s Active Tag Hardware Action Group (AT-HAG) was created, discussed, and then forwarded to the 802.15 Chair.
  • Draft RFID SG press release was created and forwarded to the 802.15 Chair.
  • The RFID SG Call for Contributions (CFC) document was revised for the September meeting in Hawaii:
    • 15-08-0089-05-rfid-RFID-Study-Group-Call-for-Contributions.doc

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

draft active rfid par
Scope of Proposed Project:

This project will define the PHY and MAC for Active RFID (readers and tags) in a way that allows for efficient communications with active RFID tags and sensor applications in an autonomous manner in a promiscuous network, using very low energy consumption (low-duty-cycle), and low PHY transmitter power.

  The PHY and MAC scheme parameters must be flexible and configurable to provide optimized use in a variety of active RFID tag operations including simplex and duplex broadcast (reader-to-tags and tag-to-readers), multicast (reader to a select group of tags) uni-cast (reader to a single tag), tag-to-tag communication, and multi-hop capability.

The PHY and MAC specification must support a large (hundreds of thousands) tag population which may consist of a number of densely populated (closely situated or packed) tags within a single reader field and must support basic applications such read and write with authentication and an accurate location determination capability.

The communication reliability of the system should be very high for applications such as active tag inventory counting or auditing.

Active RFID device frequency band(s) must be available world-wide, with or without licensing, and the active RFID PHY must be capable of avoiding, or operate in the presence of, interference from other devices operating within the active RFID’s frequency band of operation. It is also the intent of this project to assure coexistence of the air interface with other existing standards such as IEEE 802.15.1, 802.15.4, and 802.15.11b/g.

Purpose of Proposed Project:

To provide a standard for low cost, ultra low energy consumption, flexible and highly reliable communication means and air interface protocol for Active RFID and sensor applications. The air interface should be able to support wide range of needs for which active RFID systems can be useful and enable improved performance and flexibility of future mass deployments of active RFID systems

Draft Active RFID PAR

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

draft ieee 802 15 epcglobal liaison letter
To: Gay Whitney

EPCglobal Inc.

Director of Standards

July 16, 2008

IEEE 802.15 and EPCglobal liaison letter

The 802.15 WPAN™ effort focuses on the development of consensus standards for Personal Area Networks or short distance wireless networks.

The IEEE 802.15 Working Group is part of the 802 Local and Metropolitan Area Network Standards Committee of the IEEE Computer Society. The IEEE-SA is an international membership organization serving today's industries with a complete portfolio of standards programs. The IEEE has more than 368,225 members in approximately 150 countries. Through its members, the IEEE is a leading authority on areas ranging from aerospace, computers and telecommunications to biomedical engineering, electric power and consumer electronics.

IEEE 802.15 requests to liaise with the future EPCglobal Active Tag HAG Working Group. Specifically, IEEE802.15 seeks to officially establish a link with EPCglobal and to share information towards the development of Active RFID standards.

IEEE 802.15 agrees to provide EPCglobal with regular status updates and to share working documents for information. EPCglobal is requested to do likewise and to provide 802.15 with recommended requirements and/or requested changes to existing 802.15 standards for Active RFID applications.

Draft IEEE 802.15 / EPCglobal Liaison Letter

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

draft active rfid study group press release
The IEEE 802.15 Working Group has created an active RFID Study Group to develop an IEEE 802 'Project Authorization Request' (PAR) that will define the direction of an IEEE 802 Task Group as it develops a new active RFID wireless IEEE 802 standard.

The IEEE 802.15 Working Group is part of the 802 Local and Metropolitan Area Network Standards Committee of the IEEE Computer Society. The IEEE-SA is an international membership organization serving today's industries with a complete portfolio of standards programs.

The proposed standard will ensure a low cost, ultra low energy consumption, flexible and highly reliable communication means and air interface protocol for Active RFID and sensor applications.

The active tag frequency band(s) must be available world-wide with or without licensing and must be capable of avoiding, or operate in the presence of, interference from other devices operating within the active tag’s frequency band of operation. It is also the intent of this project to assure coexistence of the air interface with other existing standards.

Draft Active RFID Study Group Press Release

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

motion within rfid sg
Motion within RFID SG

Move that the 802.15 RFID Study Group request from the 802.15 WG an extension of RFID SG status for four more months to continue development of PAR and 5 Criteria documents.

Moved: Mike McInnis

Seconded: Art Astrin

25/0/2

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

motion
Move that the 802.15 WG extend the status of the RFID SG for four more months in order to continue further development of PAR and 5 Criteria documents.

Moved: Mike McInnis

Seconded: Clint Powell

40/0/0

Motion Passed

Motion

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

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Agenda for RFID SG Session in Hawaii during Sept. 2008

  • Listen to and discuss contributions which respond to the September 2008 RFID SG Call For Contribution release.
  • Further discussion on draft RFID PAR scope and purpose paragraphs.
    • Discussion of applications related to draft PAR requirements
  • Create a draft 5 criteria document.

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company

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Next Steps

  • Visit the IEEE 802.15 RFID Study Group Web Page
  • http://www.ieee802.org/15/pub/SGrfid.html
  • Sign up for 802.15 RFID SG Reflector
      • http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/pub/Subscribe.html
  • Next Meeting
    • September 7-12, 2008 in Kona, Hawaii
      • http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/pub/Meeting_Plan.html

Mike McInnis, The Boeing Company