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Wi-Fi Alliance TGn Marketing Task MRD Status. Paul Feinberg Co-Chair of the Wi-Fi Alliance TGn Marketing Task Group. Wi-Fi Alliance High Throughput Marketing TG - Background. High Throughput (HT) MRD TG was formed in June Held weekly Telecons

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Wi fi alliance tgn marketing task mrd status

Wi-Fi Alliance TGn Marketing Task MRD Status

Paul Feinberg

Co-Chair of the

Wi-Fi Alliance

TGn Marketing Task Group

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


Wi fi alliance high throughput marketing tg background
Wi-Fi Alliance High Throughput Marketing TG - Background

  • High Throughput (HT) MRD TG was formed in June

  • Held weekly Telecons

  • Established formal liaison with IEEE 802.11 TG related to HT and received board approval to share MRD draft content

  • Output: Marketing Requirements Document (MRD)

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


Summary of requirements in mrd
Summary of Requirements in MRD

  • Usage models and Applications

  • Market timing

  • Performance

  • Quality of Coverage

  • Capacity and Interference Robustness

  • Network Topologies

  • Mixed Mode Operations

  • Power Consumption

  • Backward Compatibility/Coexistence

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


Target markets
Target Markets

  • Domestic and commercial entertainment and ad-hoc information processing (Infotainment)

  • Business and Institutional Information Processing (Business)

  • Public Internet Service (Services)

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


Link level throughput range

Infotainment

Throughput

Business

A

Services

B

Range

D

C

Link Level Throughput & Range

Point A/C = 80 Mb/s at 20m.

This denotes the point of link level throughput required in typical domestic settings

Point B/D = 10 Mb/s at 100 m.

This denotes the point of minimal link level throughput required in typical hotspot settings

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


High throughput applications

Applications and target markets

Transmission characteristics

Reference Application

Examples

Target markets

Type

Rate

Duration/ Volume

Audio/Video 1

DV & HDTV viewing for commercial and domestics use

Infotainment

Constant (low jitter)

27 Mb/s

Hours

Audio/Video 2

SDTV viewing for commercial and domestic use

Infotainment

Business

Constant (low jitter)

6 Mb/s

Hours

Audio/Video 3

Video Conferencing with VoIP

Business

Services

Constant

(low jitter)

2 Mb/s

< 1hour

Audio/Video 4

HQ Real time Gaming Display

Infotainment

Constant

(low jitter)

100 Mb/s

1 hour

Interactive 1

Interactive Gaming, Internet Browsing; Email

Infotainment

Services

Variable

2 Mb/s

1 hour

Interactive 2

VoIP, Internet Gaming,

Infotainment Services

Constant with intervals

.2 MB/s

1 minute – 1 hour

Bulk Transfer

File transfer; media (un)loading

Infotainment

Business

Services

Variable

(10 Mb/s)

10 MB – 10 GB

High Throughput Applications

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


Environments
Environments

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


Environment continued
Environment (continued)

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


Task group status
Task Group Status

  • Completed first version of MRD draft text (submitted to TGn)

  • Conducted membership survey related to market requirements for high throughput applications

  • Evaluated environments based on knowledge of demographics (e.g., house size, occupants, materials)

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)


Next steps
Next Steps

  • Align recent inputs from Tokyo Quarterly meeting last week with MRD

  • Finalize analysis of environments (usage model rqts, channel considerations, etc.)

  • Continue exchange with TGn

  • Prepare final version of MRD

Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance)