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1 <month year> January 2006 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: 15WNG Guidelines for New Work Items Date Submitted: January 2006 Source: Erik Schylander, Philips Voice: , Abstract: Opening Report for the 15WNG Session in, USA. Notice: This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P 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 P Erik Schylander, Philips Erik Schylander, Philips

2 15WNG - Guidelines for New Work Items
January 2006 15WNG - Guidelines for New Work Items Hilton Waikoloa Village, Big Island, HI, USA January, Erik Schylander Erik Schylander, Philips

3 Guidelines Outline Guidelines rev_0 Open Issues Content January 2006
Erik Schylander, Philips

4 WG 802.15 Guidelines for starting New Work
January 2006 WG Guidelines for starting New Work Introduction - intended usage and scope of the GL Basic Process - description from ideas to starting a new TG project Role of 15WNG Charter Scope Way of working Criteria for starting a Study Group (SG) Erik Schylander, Philips

5 January 2006 1. Introduction This document is intended to be used as guidelines for how to start New Work in It describes the process from ideas presented in the 15WNG (wireless next generation), starting a SG (study group) to prepare the PAR & 5C needed by the WG to launch a new TG standardization project. The role of the 15WNG is instrumental to guide this process. Erik Schylander, Philips

6 2. Process From ideas to a new TG project
January 2006 2. Process From ideas to a new TG project New ideas are presented in the 15WNG Further discussions on the intentions and SG criteria by reflector, phone conference and WNG meetings. Check that the criteria for starting a SG are fulfilled. If not the work item can be discarded or kept for further investigations / discussions. Create a motion to the WG to start a SG to be approved by a straw poll. All attendees have voting rights. The WG to approve the SG motion. The SG charter is to produce the PAR and 5C documents for approval by the WG and ExCom. Erik Schylander, Philips

7 3. Role of Standing Committee: 15WNG
January 2006 3. Role of Standing Committee: 15WNG Charter To facilitate and stimulate presentations and discussions on new Wireless related Technologies within the defined scope, that may be subject for new TG standardization projects (or does not fit within the current projects). Scope WPAN technologies in general, not limited to only MAC/PHY layer (Not WLAN, WRAN or Infrastructure, and no legacy constrains) Way of working Presentations: To notify WNG Chair be and/or 15WNG of intention to contribute,and indicate the time needed for presentation and Q&A Upload the contribution before presentation The presentation can be about a new technology or a Use Case etc. Discussions on reflector, phone conferences and at the 15WNG sessions. To use straw poll for eventual decisions on further actions 15WNG may decide by straw poll to recommend the WG to start a SG to produce PAR & 5C for a New Work item Erik Schylander, Philips

8 Examples of New Work items
January 2006 Examples of New Work items Extreme low power radios and Energy efficient data transfers Use of MIMO for WPAN SW defined radios Multi-band chirp spread spectrum NFC and RFID Multi-packet / Contention-Free MAC / PHY Methods to improve wireless reliability for PAN networks Body area network (BAN) New WL network architectures Mobile, Nomadic Mesh-networks Ad hoc networks with new applications to handheld, consumer electronics appliances. Network Management technologies Secure Wireless messaging service Easy configuration of PAN (ad-hoc) networks Heterogeneous WPAN interoperability and interworking Interworking with other (infrastructure) Networks Location based applications Wireless coexistence and Dynamic mitigation techniques Efficient Roaming Erik Schylander, Philips

9 4. Criteria for starting a Study Group
January 2006 4. Criteria for starting a Study Group Show that there is enough interest for a new SG Recommendation: some10 persons from at least 4 companies Candidates for Chair and secretary Global definition of the intended project Name Features and Functions (what the should be supported) Scope (what market, usage and technology) Check that there are no blocking issues from the SG charter Show Reasons for a Broad Market Potential (MRD) Identify Unique / Discriminating features (FRD) Technical feasibility within the timeframe of the project Indicate other requirements like Security, Regulatory, co-existence, No blocking patents, etc. that may apply Not same standards work is done by an other organization Erik Schylander, Philips

10 Write the PAR (Project Description) Write the 5C (criteria)
January 2006 5. Study Group charter Select officers Chair Secretary Write the PAR (Project Description) Write the 5C (criteria) Ask for the WG approval (of the documents) to be sent to Excom for final approval Erik Schylander, Philips

11 January 2006 Open Issues Also include in the WNG SG criteria “The need for sufficient industry support” ? In what form (.doc or .ppt) and level of details for the GL ? Is this level Ok? Need for an Editor ? Erik Schylander, Philips

12 Contributors Erik Schylander Erwin Noble Rick Roberts Klaus Meyer
January 2006 Contributors Erik Schylander Erwin Noble Rick Roberts Klaus Meyer Vern Brethour Erik Schylander, Philips

13 January 2006 Thank You ! Any Questions ? Erik Schylander, Philips

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