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

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  1. Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Working Group 802.15 Liaison Report on 802.11n] Date Submitted: [14th November, 2003] Source: [Jason Ellis] Company [Staccato Communications] Address [5893 Oberlin Dr., Suite 105; San Diego, CA 92121] Voice:[+1 858 642-0111 x 25], FAX: [+1 858 642-0161], E-Mail:[jason@staccatocommunications.com] Re: [Working Group 802.11n Liaison Report on 802.11n] Abstract: [Working Group 802.11n Liaison Report on 802.11n] Purpose: [Working Group 802.11n Liaison Report on 802.11n] 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. Working Group 802.15 Liaison Report on 802.11n Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  3. 802.11n Objectives – Albuquerque Meeting • Adopt channel models • Adopt functional requirements • Adopt comparison criteria • Issue a Call for Proposals Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  4. Channel Model Special Committee • Revised channel models provide • LOS and NLOS components for all mandatory usage model environments • Doppler power spectrum now makes physical sense • Fluorescent light channel modulation effect now modeled • Stadium model added • Validations available Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  5. Types of Channel Models Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  6. Types of Environments Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  7. Summary of Applications Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  8. Draft Call for Proposals Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  9. CFP Time Lines • 3 Possible Scenarios • Functional Requirement and Comparison Criteria completed by • Thursday Nov 14, 2003 • Thursday Jan 15, 2004 • Thursday Mar 18, 2004 • Call for Proposal • Friday Nov 15, 2003 • Friday Jan 16, 2004 • Friday Mar 19, 2004 • Notification of Intent: 11:59PM EST • Thursday Jan 15, 2004 • Friday Jan 23, 2004 via email • Friday Mar 26, 2004 via email • Submission of Proposals: 11:59PM EST • Friday Feb 13, 2004 • Friday Feb 13, 2004 • Friday Apr 9, 2004 • Earliest Presentation of Proposals: • Monday Mar 15, 2004 • Monday Mar 15, 2004 • Monday May 11, 2004 Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications

  10. Technical Submissions - 11-03-891r3 • General • Novel MIMO Transmission Method, doc. 11-03-669r0, Daniel Nissani • MIMO OFDM Experimental Testbed Results, doc. 11-03-0806r0, Babak Daneshrad (University of California at Los Angles) • LDPC FEC, doc. 11-03-865r1, Eric Jacobsen (Intel) • WFA 802.11n MRD, doc. 11-03-0878r0, Paul Feinberg (Wi-Fi Alliance) • Various Channel Model • Various Simulations Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications