STATUS OF CALM IEEE 1609 Meeting – Los Angeles 29 April – 1 May 2008. [email protected] Content. CALM Overview CALM Architecture CALM Standards Status. What is CALM?. CALM - Overall. C ommunications A ccess for L and M obiles Provide user transparent continuous communications
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Vehicle-to-Vehicle (M5, IR, MM)
CALM-aware applications, and
CALM non-aware applications being based on ISO 15628:2007.
Integrated CALM FAST networking and transport layer protocol.
Integrated CALM geo-routing and transport layer protocol.
Optional FAST local port transport protocol.
Multiple wireless and wired CIs.
One global CALM management with functionality of IME, NME, CME.
CD 21210: CALM networking for Internet Connectivity
CD 21212: CALM 2G medium
CD 21213: CALM 3G medium
IS 21214: CALM IR medium (already published)
CD 21215: CALM M5 medium (cf. IEEE 802.11 TGp)
WD 21216: CALM MM medium
CD 21217: CALM global architecture
DIS 21218: CALM lower layer service access points
CD 24101: CALM application management
CD 24102: CALM station manager
CD 29281: CALM non-IP networking (cf. IEEE 1609)
WD 29282: CALM applications using satellite
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