Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Doc.: IEEE 15-11-0110-00-004g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Doc.: IEEE 15-11-0110-00-004g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)"— Presentation transcript:

1 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Slide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: Symbols or time for SUN PHYs Date Submitted: January 2011 Source: James Gilb Contact: James Gilb Voice: , last name at ieee dot org Re: d2P g_Draft_Standard.pdf, LB62 Abstract: MAC timing is based on symbols. However, the SUN PHYs use multiple symbol rates in a single band and have some timing specified in units of seconds. Purpose: Resolve comments in LB62. 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

2 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Introduction The MAC bases all timing on symbols –e.g., superframe duration, slot duration, minimum CAP size. The SUN PHYs allow multiple symbol rates (and hence symbol durations) in a single band. Some of the SUN PHY timing parameters are currently specified in seconds

3 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Comments addressed 234, 372, 683, 918, 921, 1155

4 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Significance of timing The LR-WPAN needs known timing –Superframe duration, CAP duration, etc. all depend on it. –Every device needs to use the same timing. –Otherwise, synchronization issues For MAC, best is to use a common unit for describing time –In some standards, a time unit (TU) –In , it is the symbol

5 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) MAC constants No changes should be needed for the above constants. This probably needs to have a different value for SUN PHYs

6 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) MAC PIB attributes Need to add the calculations for the SUN PHYs to No change required at this location.

7 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) MAC PIB attributes (cont.) No change required at this location.

8 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) MAC primitives MLME-BEACON-NOTIFY.indication UWB related, no change required. No change required at this location.

9 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) MAC primitives (2) No change required for either of these at this location.

10 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) MAC primitives (3) No change required at this location.

11 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) MAC primitives No change required at this location. UWB related, no change required.

12 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) General PHY requirements 4g should verify that this detection period is correct and modify if necessary. These will likely be different for SUN PHYs, perhaps different in some bands Doesn’t apply to 4g, used for LBT PHYs

13 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) PHY constants and PIB attributes 4g will probably need to alter this one, i.e. “for SUN PHYs …” Should be fine Does the next three need to be a list of values, each entry corresponding to a different data rate?

14 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) PHY PIB attributes phyCCADuration only applies to 905 MHz PHYs that need to do a special listen before talk. phyUWBInsertedPreambleInterval only applies to UWB PHYs, no change required for 4g.

15 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Suggested resolution Keep timing in symbols. –Clarify that in the MAC clause, symbol means the symbol duration at the lowest mandatory rate, i.e., the longest mandatory symbol duration. Use symbols for SUN PHY timing –Translate all SUN PHY timing parameters into symbols at the lowest mandatory rate

16 doc.: IEEE g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Resolution text Add to Clause 5 –“For the SUN PHYs, the symbol duration used for MAC and PHY timing parameters shall be the symbol duration of the lowest data rate mandatory mode each band. For the generic PHY, this corresponds to the lowest data rate defined for that generic PHY.” Add cross references at other locations (e.g., Clause 8, Clause 9), i.e. –“For the SUN PHYs, the meaning of a symbol duration for timing parameters is described in 5.1.”


Download ppt "Doc.: IEEE 15-11-0110-00-004g TG4g January 2010 James Gilb (self) Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)"

Similar presentations


Ads by Google