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802.11 Mar 2010 Closing Plenary Reports. Authors:. Date: 2010-03-19. Abstract. This document is a digest of the closing reports of all 802.11 sub-groups for presentation at the March 2010 closing plenary meeting. 802.11 WG Editor’s Meeting (Mar ‘10). Authors:. Date: 2010-03-16.

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802 11 mar 2010 closing plenary reports
802.11 Mar 2010 Closing Plenary Reports

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-19

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

abstract
Abstract
  • This document is a digest of the closing reports of all 802.11 sub-groups for presentation at the March 2010 closing plenary meeting.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

802 11 wg editor s meeting mar 10
802.11 WG Editor’s Meeting (Mar ‘10)

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-16

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/7 of 11-10/0321r3 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

volunteer editor contacts
Volunteer Editor Contacts
  • TGp – Wayne Fisher – wfisher@arinc.com
  • TGs – Kazuyuki Sakoda - KazuyukiA.Sakoda@jp.sony.com
  • TGu – Necati Canpolat – necati.canpolat@intel.com
  • TGv – Emily Qi – emily.h.qi@intel.com
  • TGz – Menzo Wentink– mwentink@qualcomm.com
  • TGmb – Adrian Stephens – adrian.p.stephens@intel.com (TBC)
  • TGaa – Hang Liu – hang.liu@thomson.net
  • Editor Emeritus:
    • TGk – Joe Kwak– joekwak@sbcglobal.net
    • TGn – Adrian Stephens – adrian.p.stephens@intel.com
    • TGr – Bill Marshall – wtm@research.att.com
    • TGw – Nancy Cam-Winget – ncamwing@cisco.com
    • TGy – Peter Ecclesine – pecclesi@cisco.com

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/7 of 11-10/0321r3 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

two technical editors
Two Technical Editors
  • Peter Ecclesine runs the face to face meetings
  • Adrian Stephens runs the publication process
  • Matthew Gast is the ANA administrator

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/7 of 11-10/0321r3 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

editor amendment ordering

Amendment numbering is editorial! No need to make ballot comments on these dynamic numbers!

Editor Amendment Ordering
  • Data as of Mar 2010
  • See http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/802.11_Timelines.htm

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/7 of 11-10/0321r3 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

802 11 style guide
802.11 Style Guide
  • See 11-09-1034-00-0000-wg11-style-guide.doc
  • These style practices are to be followed when submitting drafts for Working Group consideration

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/7 of 11-10/0321r3 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

pre revcom ieee sa review
Pre-RevCom IEEE-SA Review
  • Possibly near the end of Sponsor Ballot (3rd recirc or 4th recirc) , we would offer the draft to the publications editor for review. This allows ambiguities and errors to be addressed in Sponsor Ballot by comments, rather than discover the ambiguities and errors after RevCom.
  • A downside is the possibility that many pages are touched by the changes (like renaming), and voters reopen text that has been stable for new comments.
  • It appears that during MEC is the least risky time for a publication editor’s review.
  • Another choice is after initial Sponsor Ballot. We will ask if it is valid to make editorial changes between EC approval and initial sponsor ballot.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 7/7 of 11-10/0321r3 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

closing report
Closing Report

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-19

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/3 of 11-10/0418r0 by Clint Chaplin, Chair (Samsung)

abstract1
Abstract

Closing report for WNG SC for March 2010, Orlando, Florida, USA

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/3 of 11-10/0418r0 by Clint Chaplin, Chair (Samsung)

slide11
Five presentations at this meeting
    • Heterogeneous Wireless LAN Mesh Interworking (11-10-0296-01-0wng-heterogeneous-wireless-mesh-network-interworking.pptx) - Taejin Lee
    • Towards Carrier-Grade 802.11 at Disney Theme Parks (11-10-0287-03-0wng-towards-carrier-grade-802-11-at-disney-theme-parks.pptx) – Stefan Mangold
    • Comments on Sub 1 GHz license-exempt operation (11-10-0204-01-0wng-commentsonsub1ghz.ppt) – Dave Halasz
    • Fast Initial Authentication (11-10-0361-00-0000-fast-initial-authentication.ppt) - Hiroki Nakano
    • Heterogeneous Wireless Networks Management (11-10-0368-00-0wng-heterogeneous-wireless-networks-management.ppt) - 802.21 Network Management Study Group
  • Minutes
    • 11-10-364r0
  • Plans for May 2010
    • 2 2 hour sessions

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/3 of 11-10/0418r0 by Clint Chaplin, Chair (Samsung)

ieee 802 11 arc sc march 2010
IEEE 802.11 ARC SC – March 2010

Topics for March 802 Plenary

802.1 architecture document revision effort

Impacts to .11

Interface approach

Interested .11 Members

.11 ARC Chair attended 802 OA session as .1 liaison

.11 ARC did not meet this week

Chair was off-line with food poisoning

Stay away from the hotel café meatloaf special….

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

802 oa project status
802 OA project status
  • Revision of 802 OA is a currently authorized project
    • Par approved 27/feb/2007
    • Expires end of 2011
  • PAR was created for revision (instead of reaffirmation).
  • 802 Chair recently reorganized project
    • New project chair, 1 designated member from each “dot” group.
  • Status:
    • There is a d0 draft, it had a internal TG review in .1;
    • Review closed 2/2009, comments not processed.
  • 802 OA base doc is vintage 2001 for content
    • 2001 was rev of original 1990 doc
    • There are 2 amendments to 2001 doc
      • A (2003) for ethertypes & B (2004) Registration of object ids.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

802 oa march 2010 discussion notes
802 OA March 2010 Discussion Notes
  • Goals for project:
    • Update to reflect current usage
    • Insure it is relevant to all 802 groups.
  • Missing topics:
    • wireless,
    • .17,
    • should probably take out token ring and maybe FDDI.
  • Issue: we have stds that don’t have macs & phys (ex: 21 & 23)
    • how to fit them into this Framework? How does .19 fit?
  • AI for .11 (and other groups) review 802 OA, see how “dot” standard fits (or doesn’t) with layer pics in 802 OA, start discussion / proposal for 802 OA changes.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

march 2010 tgmb closing report
March 2010 TGmb Closing Report

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-18

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/6 of 11-10/0346r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

abstract2
Abstract

Closing report for TGmb for March 2010 interim meeting in Orlando, Florida, USA.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/6 of 11-10/0346r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

tgmb status
TGmb Status

All aboard, full steam ahead on the recirculation!

Photo credit: Tasa_M on Flickr; used with permission (Creative Commons license)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/tasa_m/3274018735/

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/6 of 11-10/0346r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

accomplishments
Accomplishments
  • No interpretation requests received
  • Completed comment processing from LB160; recirculation ballot will be requested later
    • One teleconference to resolve comments: May 7
  • Major technical presentations
    • Clause 11.3 comment resolution
    • Extensive debate on key caching clarifications
    • Regulatory framework
  • No change to plan of record

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/6 of 11-10/0346r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

current tgmb plan of record
Current TGmb Plan of Record
  • May 2008 – Issue Call for Comment/Input
  • July 2008 – begin process input and old Interpretation requests

Acknowledge previous Task Group referrals

  • Sept 2008 – PAR revision process started
  • Nov 2008 – close receipt of new input
  • Nov 2008 – WG/EC approval of PAR Revision
  • Dec 2008 – NesCom/SASB approval PAR Revision
  • May 2009 – First WG Letter ballot
    • (includes All published Amendments as of May 2009)
  • Nov 2009 – Recirc start
  • May 2010 – Form Sponsor Pool (45 days)
  • July 2010 – Sponsor Ballot Start
    • (Include all published amendments as of July 2010)
  • November 2010 – Sponsor Recirc
  • March 2011 – WG/EC Final Approval
  • June 2011 – RevCom/SASB Approval

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/6 of 11-10/0346r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

references
References
  • Agenda: 11-10/0290r5
  • Minutes: 11-10/0348r0

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/6 of 11-10/0346r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

tgp closing report
TGp Closing Report

Author:

Date: 2010-03-17

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/4 of 11-10/0386r0 by Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc ./US DoT

abstract3
Abstract

TGp (acting as P802.11p CRC) closing report for March meetings

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/4 of 11-10/0386r0 by Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc ./US DoT)

march meetings summary
March Meetings Summary
  • Sponsor Ballot #1 closed on 16 February, 96 % affirmative
    • 3 time slots during the week
    • Completed resolution of all comments (21) prior to and during the week, resolution document is 11-10-0239-02-000p sb1 tgp comment resolutions master
    • All SB#1 commenters have indicated that they are satisfied with these resolutions
    • Voted to go to recirculation ballot as soon as possible
    • Voted to request EC for conditional approval to forward to June RevCom meeting

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/4 of 11-10/0386r0 by Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc ./US DoT)

status
Status
  • D11.0 will be going to recirculation ballot
  • All disapprove voters have been satisfied with one exception that did not vote on last ballot
  • Weekly teleconferences planned for every Thursday @ 1500 Piscataway time (resuming after recirculation ballot is complete)
  • Plan is to complete sponsor balloting and present to June RevCom meeting

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/4 of 11-10/0386r0 by Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc ./US DoT)

tgs orlando closing report
TGs Orlando Closing Report

Author:

Date: 2010-03-19

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/6 of 11-10/0421r0 by Dee Denteneer

abstract4
Abstract

TGs closing report for the March 2010meeting.

Resolved outstanding comments and ready to go to recirculation.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/6 of 11-10/0421r0 by Dee Denteneer

status1
Status
  • TGs passed LB 159 with 85% approval rate (January 2010)
  • Before the meeting:
    • Comment resolution spreadsheet 11-10/0032r5 with 349 comments open
    • Most recent TGs Draft is D4.01
  • After meeting
    • Most recent TGs comment resolution spread sheet is 11-10/0032r11, with resolutions to all comments
  • An annotated agenda for TGs at this meeting in 11-10/0241r6
  • The TGs draft minutes will be uploaded as 11-10/0381r1

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/6 of 11-10/0421r0 by Dee Denteneer

next steps
Next Steps
  • Produce Draft 5.0 and go to recirculation
  • TGs is holding teleconferences on Thursdays April 1 and May 6, 13 and Wednesday April 28 at 11:00 ET for a maximum duration of 90 minutes
  • TGs has planned an ad hoc meeting in Tokyo May 13-15 just before the May meeting in Beijing.
  • Goal for the May 2010 TGs meeting in Beijing, China:
    • Start resolving comments received in recirculation, aiming for a rapid recirculation

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/6 of 11-10/0421r0 by Dee Denteneer

slide29

Motion:

    • Having approved comment resolutions for all of the comments received from LB#159 on P802.11s Draft 4.0 as contained in document 11-10/32r12,
    • Instruct the editor to prepare Draft 5.0 incorporating these resolutions and,
    • Approve a 15 day Working Group Recirculation Ballot asking the question “Should P802.11s Draft 5.0 be forwarded to Sponsor Ballot?”
  • Moved by Theodorus Denteneer on behalf of TGs
  • TGs vote:
    • Moved: Dave Halasz: Seconded: Michael Bahr Result: 10-0-0

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/6 of 11-10/0421r0 by Dee Denteneer

slide30

Motion, moved to schedule TGs teleconferences on Thursdays April 1 and May 6, 13 and Wednesday April 28 at 11:00 ET for a maximum duration of 90 minutes.

  • Mover: Kazuyuki Sakoda Seconder: Guido Hiertz
  • Approved by unanimous consent
  • Motion, moved to hold a TGs ad hoc on May 13-15 in Tokyo.
  • Mover: Guido Hiertz Seconder: Kazuyuki Sakoda
  • Approved by unanimous consent

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/6 of 11-10/0421r0 by Dee Denteneer

closing report1
Closing Report

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-18

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/3 of 11-10/0408r0 by Stephen McCann, RIM

abstract5
Abstract

Closing report for TGu Interworking with External Networks for March 2010, Orlando, Florida, USA

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/3 of 11-10/0408r0 by Stephen McCann, RIM

slide33
Initial Sponsor Ballot (#0) progress
    • Resolved all comments this week.
      • 11-09-1120-20-000u-d8-0-comments-spreadsheet.xls
    • 1st re-circulation sponsor ballot late March 2010
  • Teleconferences
    • Wednesdays at 11 ET
    • 31st March, 6th April, 28th April, 5th May, 12th May
  • Plans for May 2010
    • Resolve 1st re-circ sponsor ballot comments

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/3 of 11-10/0408r0 by Stephen McCann, RIM

march 2010 closing report
March 2010 Closing Report

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-18

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/8 of 11-10/0416r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks)

abstract6
Abstract

This document contains the TGv closing report for March 2010.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/8 of 11-10/0416r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks)

goals and accomplishments
Goals and Accomplishments
  • Comment resolution from Initial Sponsor Ballot
    • 1045 comments, 1045 resolutions completed, 0 remain
  • Teleconferences
      • Thursdays April 8, 15, 29, May 6, 13, Tuesday April 20
      • 2pm Eastern (11am Pacific)
      • 2 hours

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/8 of 11-10/0416r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks)

output documents
Output Documents
  • 11-10-0416-00-000v-TGv-March-2010-closing-report.ppt
  • 11-10-0267-06-000v-tgv-March-2010-agenda.ppt
  • 11-10-0417-00-000v-TGv-Meeting-Minutes-March-2010.doc

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/8 of 11-10/0416r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks)

tgv timeline updated sept 2009
TGv Timeline – Updated Sept, 2009
  • Initial Working Group Letter Ballot: July 07 – completed
    • Jan 08 – D2.0, May 08 – D3.0, Nov 08 – D4.0
  • Re-circulation Working Group Letter Ballot: November 08 (D4.0)
    • Mar 09 – D5.0, May 09 – D 6.0, July 09 – D7.0, D7.0(unchanged)
  • Form Sponsor Ballot Pool: August 09
  • Initial Sponsor Ballot: Oct 09
    • Oct 09 – D7.0
  • Approved Sponsor Ballot: Nov 09
    • Jan 09 – D8.0, March D9.0, April D10.0 (deleted Feb D9.0)
    • May 12th ( or so) for Revcom June Approval
  • Final WG/EC Approval: July 2010
  • RevCom/Standards Board Approval: June 4th/June 5th(or so)
  • Note: TGv PAR is authorized through Dec 2010

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/8 of 11-10/0416r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks)

tgv timeline updated march 2010
TGv Timeline – Updated March, 2010
  • Initial Working Group Letter Ballot: July 07 – completed
    • Jan 08 – D2.0, May 08 – D3.0, Nov 08 – D4.0
  • Re-circulation Working Group Letter Ballot: November 08 (D4.0)
    • Mar 09 – D5.0, May 09 – D 6.0, July 09 – D7.0, D7.0(unchanged)
  • Form Sponsor Ballot Pool: August 09
  • Initial Sponsor Ballot: Oct 09
    • Oct 09 – D7.0 Approved Sponsor Ballot: Nov 09
    • Jan 09 – D8.0, D9.0, March D10.0, April/May D11.0, May/June D11.0 (unchanged)
    • 20 August Revcom for Sept approval (was May/ June)
  • Final WG/EC Approval: July 2010
  • RevCom/Standards Board Approval: September 2010 (was June 2010)
  • Note: TGv PAR is authorized through Dec 2010

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/8 of 11-10/0416r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks)

goals for mar 10 may 2010
Goals for Mar 10 - May 2010
  • Second Recirculation Sponsor Ballot
  • Resolve comments from Second Recirculation Sponsor Ballot
  • Third Recirculation Sponsor Ballot

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 7/8 of 11-10/0416r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks)

references1
References

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 8/8 of 11-10/0416r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks)

tgz orlando closing report
TGz Orlando Closing Report

Authors:

Date: 18 March 2010

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/2 of 11-10/0400r0 by Menzo Wentink (Qualcomm)

tgz accomplishments in orlando
TGz Accomplishments in Orlando
  • TGz resolved all of the comments received on the first recirculation sponsor ballot
    • The approved comment resolutions are in 11-10/298r2
  • TGz approved a 15-day recirculation sponsor ballot to start when the editor has prepared TGz draft 8.0
  • TGz approved the following teleconferences:
    • April 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6, 13
    • Start time 2pm ET, for 2 hours

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

802 11aa robust audio video transport streaming orlando florida closing report draft version
802.11aa – Robust Audio Video Transport Streaming Orlando, FloridaClosing Report – Draft Version

Date: 2010-03-18

Authors:

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/5 of 11-10/0395r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel; Alex Ashley, NDS

slide45

Snapshot

  • Goals for the Orlando Meeting:
    • Review alternate proposals on interworking with 802.1Qat proposal and adopt the best fit
    • Discuss and resolve review comments on Draft 0.04
    • Listen to technical proposals on TGaa topics
    • Joint meeting with 802.1AVB – review 802.1Qat and settle on a proposal for“interworking with 802,1Qat”
    • Empower the editor to generate D0.99 for internal review  WG letter ballot at the end of May meeting

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

technical presentations
Technical Presentations

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

slide47

What did we accomplish this week?

  • Discussed, resolved and approved corresponding contributions related to comments on Draft 0.02, D0.03
  • Listened to technical proposals on TGaa topics
  • Jointly met with 802.1AVB
    • Reviewed alternate solutions on interworking with 802.1Qat proposal.
  • Selected an approach for 802.11 interworking with 802.1Qat MSR protocol
  • Empowered the editor to generate D0.05 incorporating approved internal review comment resolutions/new contributions.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

slide48

Plans

  • Teleconferences (Mar 29, Apr 12, Apr 26, May 10 – 1100-1230 Hrs EDT)
    • Complete internal review of Draft 0.04, resolve corresponding comments
    • Listen to technical proposals on TGaa topics
    • Complete Draft 0.05 review and generate comment spreadsheet
  • May 2010 Meeting
    • Complete Draft 0.05 comment resolution
    • Approve Draft1.0 and kickoff WG letter Ballot

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

tgac march 2010 closing report
TGac March 2010 Closing Report

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-18

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/6 of 11-10/0413r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)

abstract7
Abstract

This document is the closing report for the TGac for the March 2010 session.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/6 of 11-10/0413r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)

work completed
Work Completed
  • Continued with the Ad Hoc group meetings. Ad Hoc group reports are available at:
    • MAC Ad Hoc report  11-10-0199r2
    • PHY Ad Hoc report  11-10-0211r7
    • MU-MIMO Ad Hoc report  11-10-0328r2
    • Coexistence Ad Hoc report  11-10-0340r5
  • Motions passed to update the TG Specification Framework in areas related to:
    • Preamble structure with two VHT SIG fields and TBD auto detect form (R3.2.1.F and R3.2.1.G)
    • PHY Numerology excluding the maximum number of users for MU (R3.2.2.A)
    • Interference cancellation and Resolvable LTFs (R4.1)
    • Same modulation the same coding rate and coding type for all streams in SU transmission (R3.4.D)
    • VHT SIG A to include STBC and BW bit(s) (R3.2.1.H)
  • Accepted a new revision of the TGac Channel Models Addendum document
  • Accepted a new revision of the TGac Functional Requirements and Evaluation Methodology.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/6 of 11-10/0413r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)

tg approved documents
TG Approved Documents
  • 11-09-059r5 is the approved TGac Selection Procedure document.
  • 11-09-0161r2 is the approved TGac Usage Model document .
  • 11-09-308r12 is the approved TGac Channel Models Addendum document.
  • 11-09-0451r12is the approved TGac Functional Requirements and Evaluation Methodology document
  • 09-0992r9 is the approved TGac Specification Framework document.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/6 of 11-10/0413r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)

may 2010 goals
May 2010 Goals
  • Continue the work on the Specification Framework document and its related functional blocks.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/6 of 11-10/0413r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)

conference call times
Conference Call Times
  • PHY telecon schedule
    • April 8, 11:00 – 12:00 EDT
  • MAC telecon schedule
    • April 8, 10:00 – 11:00 EDT
  • Coexistence telecon schedule
    • April 22, 20:00 – 21:00 EDT
  • MU-MIMO telecon schedule
    • Thu April 15, 10:00-11:00 EDT
    • Thu April 29, 20:00-21:00 EDT

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/6 of 11-10/0413r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)

tgad march 2010 closing report
TGad March 2010 Closing Report

Authors:

Date: 2009-03-19

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/6 of 11-10/0272r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation

abstract8
Abstract

This document is the closing report for TGad for the March 2010 session.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/6 of 11-10/0272r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation

work completed 1 2
Work Completed (1/2)
  • New Technique Proposals
    • 802.11ad New Technique Proposal, 10/0259r2, Yuichi Morioka, Sony
    • Synchronous Collision Resolution - A New Technology Proposal, 10/0255r2, John Stine, Self
    • Channel Estimation Sequence for TGad, 10/0264r3, André Bourdoux, IMEC
    • Spatial Discovery in 60 GHz, 10/0245r1, Sudheer Grandhi, InterDigital
    • Efficient Methods for Coexistence with Other 60GHz Systems, 10/0231r3, John Barr, NICT
    • Basic TGad MAC Layer Proposals and Options for Coexistence, 10/0249r2, Xiaoming Peng, Insititute for Infocomm Research
    • Spatial Reuse Strategies in 60 GHz, 10/0250r1, Ananth Subramanian, Insititute for Infocomm Research
  • Strawpolls conducted on most of the New Technique proposals to gauge support (9 strawpolls in 22 minutes)

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/6 of 11-10/0272r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation

work completed 2 2
Work Completed (2/2)
  • Channel model document development
    • Intra-cluster response model and parameter for the enterprise cubicle environments at 60GHz, 10/0372r0, Hirokazu Sawada
    • TGad Channel Model Update, 10/0391r0, Alexander Maltsev
    • Channel Models for 60 GHz WLAN Systems, 09/0334r7, Alexander Maltsev
  • Enterprise cubicle channel model discussed bu not complete
    • Complete proposals in May will only simulate home living room and office conference room scenarios

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/6 of 11-10/0272r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation

goals for may 2010
Goals for May 2010
  • Complete proposal presentations followed by New Technique proposal presentations
    • Motion passed (Y: 48, N: 1, A: 12) stating that TGad in the May 2010 session to have presentation of all three complete proposals first, followed by NT proposals presentations
  • Strawpolls on Complete proposals and New Technique proposals
  • Complete Channel Model document

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/6 of 11-10/0272r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation

conference call times1
Conference call times
  • Not overlap with TGac
  • April 29
    • 10:00-12:00 EDT
    • Channel modeling

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/6 of 11-10/0272r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation

tgae closing report march 2010
TGae Closing Report – March 2010

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-18

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/5 of 11-10/0407r0 by Michael Montemurro, Research In Motion

abstract9
Abstract

This document is the closing report for the TGae Task Group for the March 2010 session.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/5 of 11-10/0407r0 by Michael Montemurro, Research In Motion

work completed1
Work Completed
  • Output:
    • Requirements and Use cases:
      • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/10/11-10-0093-05-00ae-tgae-requirements-and-use-cases.doc
      • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/10/11-10-0028-08-000m-lb-160-security-and-mac-management.xls
    • TGae Proposal Framework:
      • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/10/11-10-0365-03-00ae-proposal-for-prioritization-of-management-frames.doc
  • Teleconferences:
    • Thursday 11am ET for 1 hour on April 8, April 22, and May 6

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/5 of 11-10/0407r0 by Michael Montemurro, Research In Motion

tgae timeline march 2010
TGae Timeline – March 2010
  • Initial Working Group Letter Ballot: November ‘10
  • Re-circulation Working Group Letter Ballot: March ‘11
  • Form Sponsor Ballot Pool: May ‘11
  • Initial Sponsor Ballot: July ‘11
  • Approved Sponsor Ballot: Nov ‘11
  • Final WG/EC Approval: Mar ‘12
  • RevCom/Standards Board Approval: June ‘12

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/5 of 11-10/0407r0 by Michael Montemurro, Research In Motion

may 2010 goals1
May 2010 Goals
  • Find an Editor and Secretary for TGae
  • Discuss technical presentations and proposals to form the initial draft.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/5 of 11-10/0407r0 by Michael Montemurro, Research In Motion

ieee 802 11 tgaf orlando closing report
IEEE 802.11 TGafOrlando Closing Report

Date: 2010-03-19

Authors:

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/7 of 11-10/0405r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

abstract10
Abstract

This presentation is the closing report for the first meeting of IEEE 802.11 TGaf taking place the week of March 15, 2010 at the IEEE 802 Wireless Interim in Orlando, Florida.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/7 of 11-10/0405r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

agenda
Agenda
  • Review and approve the minutes from the Los Angeles meeting and the teleconferences
  • Review the PAR Scope and Purpose, TG approved Principles, Purpose and Vision/Outcome
  • Select and approve the Technical Editor
  • Summary and categorization of the proposals
  • Review and approve 11-10/0238r2 as the base text for draft 0.01
  • Review all other proposals and request normative/informative text as the TG deems appropriate
  • Plan for May and teleconferences

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/7 of 11-10/0405r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

tgaf accomplishments
TGaf Accomplishments
  • Approved Peter Ecclesine as the Technical Editor
  • Adopted 11-10/238r2 as draft 0.01
  • Heard 9 other proposals
    • Straw polls to ask if TG wants to advance each proposal
  • Requested 4 presenters develop text for the draft
    • Others were encouraged to continue
  • Planned for May and teleconferences
    • March 30, April 13, 27, May 11

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/7 of 11-10/0405r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

tgaf timeline updated march 2010
TGaf Timeline – Updated March 2010
  • Initial Working Group Letter Ballot: May 2010
  • Re-circulation Working Group Letter Ballot: September 2010
  • Form Sponsor Ballot Pool: October 2010
  • Initial Sponsor Ballot: December 2010
  • Approved Sponsor Ballot: January 2011
  • Final WG/EC Approval: March 2011
  • RevCom/Standards Board Approval: June 2011

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/7 of 11-10/0405r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

references2
References
  • 11-09-0934-09-tvws-par-nescom-form-plus-5c
  • 11-10-0021-06-00af-meeting-plan-and-agenda-los-angeles-2010
  • 11-10-0183-01-00af-los-angeles-meeting-minutes
  • 11-10-0226-00-00af-feb-16-telecon-minutes
  • 11-10-0297-00-00af-march-9-teleconference-minutes
  • 11-10-0299-02-00af-meeting-plan-and-agenda-orlando-2010
  • 11-10-0248-01-00af-amendment-proposal-for-measurement-report
  • 11-10-0253-01-00af-modification-on-dfs-and-dcf-procedure-adapting-to-fcc-rules-in-tvws-part-2-hidden-node
  • 11-10-0256-01-00af-modification-on-dfs-and-dcf-procedure-adapting-to-fcc-rules-in-tvws-part-1-synchronized-quiet
  • 11-10-0257-01-00af-regulatory-operating-classes-specifications

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/7 of 11-10/0405r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

references 2
References [2]
  • 11-10-0258-01-00af-mac-and-phy-proposal-for-802-11af
  • 11-10-0260-01-00af-radio-resource-measurement-type-and-procedure-for-tvws-application-under-fcc-rules
  • 11-10-0261-01-00af-enabling-procedure-of-communication-in-tvws-under-fcc-rules
  • 11-10-0262-00-00af-requirements-and-amendments-regarding-tvws-database-access
  • 11-10-0263-00-00af-amendment-proposal-for-tv-white-spaces-operation

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 7/7 of 11-10/0405r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

jtc1 ad hoc closing report mar 10
JTC1 ad hoc closing report (Mar 10)

Authors:

Date: 2010-03-19

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/3 of 11-10/0402r0 by Andrew Myles, Cisco

abstract11
Abstract

Closing report for JTC1 ad hocfor March 2010, Orlando, USA

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/3 of 11-10/0402r0 by Andrew Myles, Cisco

jtc1 ad hoc reviewed items related to sb drafts psdo wapi tutorial
JTC1 ad hoc reviewed items related to SB drafts, PSDO, WAPI & tutorial
  • Progress in Orlando (March 2010)
    • Reviewed status of SB drafts sent to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6
      • 11u/v/p/z were sent to SC6
    • Review status of PSDO related liaison sent to SC6 in Nov 09
      • We are likely to use PSDO process for 11mb rollup
    • Update on SC6 ballot to start a New Project related to WAPI
      • The WAPI NP proposal was approved
    • Update on plans for a tutorial in Beijing in May 2010 on the Chinese standards development process
      • It is going ahead, and teleconferences may be needed to assist planning
  • Plans for Beijing (May 2010)
    • Consider any JTC1 liaison issues
      • Identify IEEE rep for JTC1/SC6 meeting in London in Sept

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/3 of 11-10/0402r0 by Andrew Myles, Cisco

ieee 802 11 regulatory ad hoc committee closing report
IEEE 802.11Regulatory Ad Hoc CommitteeClosing Report

Date: 2010-03-19

Authors:

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/6 of 11-10/0410r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

abstract12
Abstract

This presentation is the closing report for the Orlando meeting of the IEEE 802.11 Regulatory Ad Hoc Committee.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/6 of 11-10/0410r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

agenda1
Agenda
  • Regulatory summaries
    • North America
    • European Union
    • Asia
  • FOCUS:
    • EN 300 328 v1.8.1 revision
    • The National Broadband Plan
    • Ofcom consultation on 600 MHz band

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/6 of 11-10/0410r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

accomplishments1
Accomplishments
  • Provided updates on relevant regulatory actions
  • Discussed the status of the revision of EN 300 328
  • Discussed the progress of changes to the 5 GHz certification rules
  • Discussed the Ofcom consultation on “Digital dividend: 600 MHz band and geographic interleaved spectrum; Consultation on potential uses
    • Will use Regulatory Ad Hoc and 802.18 teleconferences to respond
  • Began the review of The National Broadband Plan

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/6 of 11-10/0410r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

documents
Documents
  • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/10/11-10-0279-00-0reg-march-4th-teleconference-minutes.doc
  • http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/sf09821.html
  • http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/sf09822.html
  • http://www.ofcom.org.uk/consult/condocs/clearedaward/condoc.pdf
  • http://www.ofcom.org.uk/consult/condocs/ddrinterleaved/interleaved.pdf
  • http://www.ofcom.org.uk/consult/condocs/bandmngr/condoc.pdf
  • http://www.ofcom.org.uk/consult/condocs/600mhz_geographic/600condoc.pdf
  • http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/DOC-296859A1.pdf
  • http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/DOC-296858A1.pdf
    • http://www.broadband.gov/download-plan
  • http://docbox.etsi.org/ERM/ERMTG11/05-CONTRIBUTIONS/2010/ERMTG11(10)0009r3_Working_draft_EN_300_328_v_1.8.1_Outcome_mtg24.zip
  • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.18/dcn/10/18-10-0023-01-0000-ofcom-600mhz-consultation-questions.ppt

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/6 of 11-10/0410r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

thanks to all who participated

Thanks to all who participated!

See you in Beijing

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/6 of 11-10/0410r0 by Rich Kennedy, Research In Motion

smart grid ad hoc closing report march 2010
Smart Grid ad hoc Closing Report - March 2010

Authors:

Date: 2010-3-18

Name

Company

Address

Phone

email

5488 Marvell Lane,

Santa Clara, CA, 95054

+1 (321)427-4098

bkraemer@

marvell

.com

Bruce Kraemer

Marvell

Abstract: Information on Smart Grid activities – March 2010

Related documents

Smart Grid ad hoc Meeting Report 11-10-0373r2

Smart Grid ad hoc meeting minutes 11-10-0419r0

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 1/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

agenda topics
Agenda Topics

Planned topics:

  • National Broadband plan – Smart Grid chapter
  • Update on SGIP meeting of March 16-17– Mark Klerer

3. Results and action items for NIST PAP#2 modeling

  • http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-sggrid/pub/SmartGrid/PAP02Wireless/PAP2modeling.ppt

4. Modified flow diagram representation of Use cases - Mark Klerer

Subsequent conference calls and plans for May meeting

http://download.broadband.gov/plan/national-broadband-plan.pdf

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 2/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

upcoming events
Upcoming Events
  • March 21 meeting at NIST to review PAP#2 progress
  • May 24-27: 2nd SGIP Face-to-Face in Santa Clara, CA.
  • Held in conjunction with P2030 & ConnectivityWeek.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 3/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

tough questions
Tough Questions
  • What are the consequences of not responding to the request?
  • How much effort, from whom, how quickly needs to be contributed to meet the request?
  • Could the June deadline for task completion be extended?
  • How will the data provided to NIST be used by other entities in influencing deployment decisions?
  • “Entities” range from FERC to consumer appliances
  • Can simulation models be useful enough without selecting and constructing channel models?

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 4/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

working assumptions
Working Assumptions
  • The ongoing interchange of information between power engineering and communications industry is essential.
  • Computer modeling communications against PE supplied uses cases is far more useful than hand waving.
  • Although not fully understood or quantified, there will be business incentives to being recognized as a qualified Smart Grid technology.
  • Although not fully understood, industry would prefer to be “actively influencing” the technology selection process rather than have it dictated to them.

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 5/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

status checklist
Status Checklist
  • Is there a public simulator available to run?
    • 802.16 –Yes, NS2
    • 802.11 – Yes, NIST Matlab
  • Has the simulator been recently executed to demonstrate it can produce useful results?
    • Yes, NIST Matlab for 802.11. 3 attendees.
  • Have any of the OpenSG uses cases been modeled by industry?
    • No

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 6/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

status checklist1
Status Checklist
  • Has anyone volunteered to run the model on the use cases and report results?
    • In time for the March 31 NIST status meeting?
    • In time for May 802 Interim meeting?
    • In time for June NIST deadline?
  • Has any 802 participant validated the model results against other simulators or lab test?
    • No
  • Are there any known corrections or extensions to the models needed to model uses cases?
    • 802.11 model is missing mesh
    • 802.11 model has been run using only 1 Mbps, BPSK in 2.4 GHz
    • Automatic rate scaling

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 7/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

status checklist2
Status Checklist
  • Is there a better way to promote uptake of model execution?
    • through advertising/cooperation with universities?
    • through outreach/cooperation with support organizations such as Zigbee, Wi-Fi, WiMAX
    • Develop one page description/advertising of PAP#2 modeling task
    • Dorothy & Mark will help Bruce do this
  • Are there any known clarifications to the uses cases required to provide useful results?

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 8/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

future smart grid calls
Future Smart Grid calls
  • Schedule plan so far has been Wednesdays at 2pm EST
  • Future call plans will be to continue this pattern – 1 per week – to July
  • Next call March 24
  • Call topic suggestions
  • Review of one page task promotion
  • Detailed walk thru of first three use cases to determine if we need further clarification from Open SG (on March 31)
  • Reports on model results (from anyone)
  • Or note any additional commitments to run models

Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

from slide 10/10 of 11-10/0420r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell