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  1. Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [802.11n liaison report to Working Group 802.15] Date Submitted: [16 July 2004] Source: [Jason Ellis] Company [Staccato Communications] Web URL: www.staccatocommunications.com Address [5893 Oberlin Dr. Suite 108, San Diego, CA, USA] Voice:[(858) 812 1000], FAX: [(858) 812 1001],E-Mail:[jason@staccatocommunications.com] Re: [] Abstract: [Liaison report of 802.11n] Purpose: [To inform the WG on progress in 802.11n during the July 2004 session] 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. Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  2. The answers revealed • What happened since May? – CFI/CFP responses • What are the July objectives? – See page 4 • What will happen in the next few months? – Proposal Presentations • When do we expect TGn to be published? – March 2007 • What technologies are starting to be proposed? – Various MIMO OFDM • Who replied to the Call for Proposals? – See backup slides • Is it true they have more than twice as many – Yes, 62 proposals CFI respondents than 802.15.3a had? (21 complete/41 partial) • Is it true that 2 major coalitions already formed? – Yes • Is it true that 802.11n adopted the 802.15.3a – Yes, with few changesdownselection procedure? • Background info – See backup slides Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  3. 1. May to July TGn ActivitiesBetween Sessions • There were no conference calls between May and July sessions • The call for proposals closed on June 18 • 21 responses for complete proposals in Sept (list in backup slides) • 41 responses for partial proposals in Sept (list in backup slides) Source: 11-04-0658-00-000n-tgn-july-opening-report Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  4. July 04’ Objectives / Accomplishments • Opening remarks • Status of Call for Proposals • Technical Presentations • Overall TGn timeline • .19 liaison planning (joint meeting) • .18 regulatory issues discussions • .21 liaison planning (joint meeting) • TGn organization/officer planning • Planning for September Berlin meeting • Correction to comparison criteria Source: 11-04-0658-00-000n-tgn-july-opening-report Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  5. 2 Month Timeline You are here IEEE 802 Sessions Open Monday Sept 13 in Berlin Monday May 17, 2004 No later than midnight GMT -5 Friday Aug 13 No later than midnight GMT -5 Friday June 18 80 days 50 days 30 days 30 days • Event #3 • Documents posted on IEEE server • Technical Proposal • CC Compliance Report • FR Compliance Report Event #1 Issue call for proposals Event #2 Intent to present Full or Partial proposal notification submitted Event #4 All Proposals Presented in TGn Sessions in Berlin Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  6. 4. Proposed Project Timeline • Schedule Highlights • Downselection (Sept, Nov, Jan, Mar, May, July) • Issue First Letter Ballot on Draft 1.0 July 2005 • 3 sessions to review edit (Sep, Nov, Jan, Mar) • Issue First Sponsor Ballot Mar 2006 • 3 sessions to review & edit ( May, July, Sept) • Complete Sponsor ballot – accepted by ExCom Nov 2006 • Publish in March 2007 Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  7. 11n Approaches Starting to Emerge • Primarily expected to be based upon MIMO OFDM • August technical submissions will provide more insight • Announced coalitions – as of today • TGn Sync • 2x2 MIMO antenna and optional 4x4 MIMO • 40MHz channels with 20MHz backward compatibility mode • Intel, Atheros, Philips, Sony, Agere • World Wide Spectrum Eficiency (WWiSE) • 4x4 spatial multiplexing MIMO • 20MHz channels • Broadcom, Conexant, Mitsubishi, Motorola, ST Microelectronics and Texas Instruments • Others??? MIMO – multiple input, multiple output Source: http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/news/article.php/3379371 Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  8. 1. TGn Document Summary – as of July 12 Primary Documents • Functional Requirements 03-0813 r12 • Comparison Criteria 03-0814 r30 • Usage Models 03-0802 r23 • Channel Models 03-0940 r04 • Call for Proposals Letter 03-0858 r06 Other helpful documents: • Selection Procedure 03-0665 r09 • FRCC Cumulative minutes 03-0815 r14 • FRCC Comments resolution spreadsheet 04-0343 r11 • TGn Schedule 04-0381 r02 • Selection Procedure Minutes 03-0740 r02 • May Minutes 04-0496 r00 Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  9. 3. July Planned Technical Presentations • LDPC vs CC over 11n channels Huaning Niu 04-0682-r0 Samsung • Performance comparison of antenna selection and DSTBC Henry Horng 04-0681-r0 Samsung • IEEE 802.11n MAC Design Considerations Daqing Du, J Tao 04-0727-r0 Mitsubishi • Antenna selection for MIMO systems Andy Molisch 04-0713-r0 Mitsubishi • LDPC coding for MIMO systems Jianuxan Du 04-0714-r0 Mitsubishi • Physical Layer Approach for 802.11n Mustafa Eroz 04-0746-r0 Hughes NS • PHY Design for Spatial Multiplexing MIMO John Ketchum 04-0721-r0 Qualcomm • Link Level Sim results for Spatial Multiplexing MIMO John Ketchum 04-0720-r0 Qualcomm • MAC Overview John Ketchum 04-0717-r0Qualcomm • MAC Performance ResultsJohn Ketchum 04-0279-r0 Qualcomm • ? Bart van Poucke ? IMEC Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  10. Plans for TGn in Berlin this September • Status of Call for Proposals • Technical presentations that were submitted by August 13th • Update TGn timeline • .19 liaison planning (joint meeting) • .21 liaison planning (joint meeting) • .18 regulatory issues discussions • TGn organization/officer planning • Sept – Nov planning Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  11. Backup documents Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  12. 1. The following report is based on TGn closing report 04-0532 which is contained in the slides above. TGn Committee Report – Posted to Web • TGn (High Throughput) achieved a significant milestone by completing the generation of its 4 selection criteria documents for Usage Models, Functional Requirements, Comparison Criteria and Channel Models. In compliance with TGn’s Selection Procedure, completion of these 4 documents allows the Task Group to release a Call for Proposals. The Call for Proposals will be issued on Monday May 17. • Specified within the CFP are three key dates • The posting of Letters of Intent (Friday, June 18) • Posting of Proposals and related documentation (Friday, August 13) • Presentation of Proposals (Monday, September 13) • 9 Technical presentations covering various suggestions for High Throughput MAC an PHY improvements were heard as well. • Activities planned for July include • Status of Call for Proposals • Technical Presentations • Overall TGn timeline • .19 liaison planning (joint meeting) • .21 liaison planning (joint meeting) • regulatory issues discussion with .18 • TGn organization/officer planning Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  13. 1. IEEE P802.11 - TGn Backgrounder TGn will define the next generation standard for high speed wireless LANs. The group's basic goal is to develop a standard capable of providing at least 100Mbps throughput at the MAC service access point. This is expected to provide roughly three times the throughput of current standards 802.11g and 802.11a. TGn has defined comprehensive Functional Requirements, Comparison Criteria, Usage Scenarios, and Simulation Environments which must be addressed by the proposals in order to be considered for the final standard. Complete proposals must address all of the requirements. Partial proposals, will most likely address various aspects of the MAC or Physical layer, but do not need to fulfill all the requirements indicated in the complete complement of reporting documents listed above. A call for proposals was issued on May 17 and closed on June 18. Following the close date of a formal call for proposals, the chair of Task Group n (TGn), Bruce Kraemer, has compiled and issued the list of individuals who have indicated that they will present a proposal. The list of respondents includes 21indicating they will make complete proposals and 41 who wish to make partial proposals. Proposals must be posted for membership review no later than August 13. At the upcoming IEEE 802.11 meeting in July TGn will plan for proposal presentations which will begin at the meeting in September. Past experience with previous calls for proposals would indicate that due to consolidation and mergers the total number of presentations will be less than 61. Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  14. 2. Letters of Intent 62 Letters of Intent 21 Complete 41 Partial Countries Represented Canada Finland France Germany Ireland Japan Korea Netherlands Singapore Sweden Taiwan US • Update from initial announcement which stated • 61 total: 22 complete, 39 partial • One email was initially lost. • One proposal was listed as complete – should have been partial Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  15. 2. Call – Notification Process • Announcement of results via letter to reflector (1812 members) • Created mailing list of primary presenters • and mailing list of secondary • Next critical date : posting August 13 Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  16. 2. Letters of Intent - Complete Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  17. 2. Letters of Intent - Partial Source: 11-04-0824-00-000n-tgn-overview Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications