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<month year> doc.: IEEE <030158r0> March 2004 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [802.11n liaison report to Working Group ] Date Submitted: [19 March 2004] Source: [Jason Ellis] Company [Staccato Communications] Address [5893 Oberlin Dr., San Diego, CA, USA] Voice:[(858) ], FAX: [(858) 642 Re:  Abstract: [Liaison report] Purpose: [To inform the WG on progress in n during the March 2004 session] 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 Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications <author>, <company>
Objectives & Status FRCC Simulation Scenarios Document
March 2004 Objectives & Status FRCC Functional requirements document Previously approved as technical document obtaining 75% approval; modifications made Comparison criteria document Near approval, majority of week resolving comments – Approval expected in May Simulation Scenarios Document Comments not yet addressed – Approval expected in May Simulation Methodology Everyone agreed that there was nothing to agree upon for standardization – Status, abandoned Call For Proposals (CFP) Requires FRCC and Simulations Scenarios documents be approved Desire is to issue CFP in May Groups goal for 1st proposal presentations is September 04 Numerous presentations offered to the committee Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications
March 2004 Additional Information Source: n-tgn-march-opening-report Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications
Mon & Tues (as amended) March 2004
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March 2004 Wed & Thu (as amended) Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications
New Documents as of Sunday March 14
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Key Documents Key TGn Documents as of March ’04 Opening
TGn Schedule r0 TGn Selection Procedure r9 Selection Procedure Minutes r2 Channel Models r2 Usage Models r r13 Functional Requirements r9 FRCC Cumulative Minutes r6 r10 Comparison Criteria r r17 Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications
FRCC Presentations - March
FRCC Report and Process for TGn Meeting Adrian Stephens r1 FRCC Template for Comments Adrian Stephens r1 FRCC Items Carrier Frequency/Symbol Clock Offset Proposal for TGn FRCC Colin Lanzl r3 Simple Model for Phase Noise Impairment for TGn CC Colin Lanzl r0 TGN FRCC Proposed new IM Colin Lanzl r0 TGN FRCC Proposed new IM7: Antenna Configuration Colin Lanzl r0 Simulation effort required (FRCC) Bjorn Bjerke r0 Comments on TGn FRCC Doc # r George Vlantis r2 Multiple Channel Modes in a Simulation Scenario John Ketchum r0 Rate Adaptive Version of CC John Ketchum r1 Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications
Simulation Methodology Speakers
<month year> doc.: IEEE <030158r0> March 2004 Simulation Methodology Speakers Times in minutes shown [in brackets] Sim Methodologies 0269r0 - PHY Abstraction based on PER Prediction - Ketchum 0218r3 - Simulation Methodology - Bruno Jechoux  0183r3 - Record and Playback method – Hemanth Sampath  0304r1 - PER prediction for MAC simulation - John Sadowsky  Others 0300r0 - A Comment on Black-Box adaptation for simulation methodology– Adrian Stephens 0316r1; Comments on PHY Abstraction; John Sadowsky  0303r0; The System Issues of rate adaptation; Simulation methodology- Hujun Yin  Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications <author>, <company>
March 2004 Technical Presentations – Submitted for March – presentation may be delayed until May MIMO Ant OFDM Solutions for Enhanced PHY Alexandre Dias r0 Turbo Codes for IEEE n Marie-Helene Hamon r0 20ms Effective Preamble MIMO OFDM Seigo Nakao r1 PCCC Turbo Codes for n Bart Van Poucke r0 Number of MIMO Multiplex for 11n Standards Yusuke Asai r0 Field Measurements of 2 by 2 MIMO Communications Babak Daneshrad r0 Limitation on Range Extension using Multiple Antennas Heejung Yu r0 Maximizing MAC Throughputs by Dynamic RTS-CTS Threshold Woo-Yong Choi r0 LDPC vs. Convolutional Codes: Perf and Complexity Comparison Alexsandar Purkovic r0 Rate Feedback Schemes for MIMO-OFDM Stephan ten Brink r0 Jason Ellis, Staccato Communications
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