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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-03/076r0 Submission 1 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless.

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1 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 1 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [WG-PC WiMedia Alliance Update for 11/15 PC Mar03] Date Submitted: [11 March, 2003] Source: [Glyn Roberts] Company: [STMicroelectronics, Inc] Address: [1060 East Brokaw Road, San Jose, CA 95131] Voice:[ ], FAX: [ ], Re: [] Abstract:[WG15 PC Opening Report for March 2003] Purpose:[Inform WG PC activities since last meeting] 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 /076r0 Submission 2 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc WiMedia Alliance Update for the /15 Publicity Committee March 11, 2003 DFW

3 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 3 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc WiMedia’s Mission Statement “To promote wireless multimedia connectivity and interoperability between devices in a personal area network.”

4 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 4 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc Why a New Wireless Standard?  No previous wireless standard has been optimized for multimedia. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and others include core optimizations (down to the MAC & PHY) for their target markets.  A Multimedia solution needs to have: simplicity of use advanced QoS low cost (low complexity) support long battery life sufficient data rate and spatial capacity a scalable security platform

5 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 5 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc WiMedia Membership

6 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 6 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc Organizational Chart WiMedia Board of Directors Chair: Glyn Roberts (ST), Vice Chair:John Barr (Motorola) Treasurer:Mark Fidler (HP), Secretary: Rick Alfvin (Appairent) Directors: David Yoon (Samsung), Jim Meyer (Time Domain) Ed Woodrow(Kodak), Carl Mansfield (Sharp) Venkat Bahl (Philips), Pierre Gandolfo (XSI) Streaming Media Chair: Carl Mansfield (Sharp) Device & Conn. Mgmt. Chair: John Barr (Motorola) IP Specification Chair: Mark Fidler (HP) Marketing Work Group Chair: Jim Meyer (Time Domain) MRD Team Editor: Glyn Roberts (ST) Use Scenarios Editor: TBD (TBD) Ease of Use Chair: Glyn Roberts (ST) Brand & Logo Chair: Serdar Yurdakul (Wisair) /3a Liaison John Barr (Motorola) 1394TA Liaison Alan Berkema (HP) Certification & Interoperability Chair: TBD Management Services Executive Director Paul Reinhardt (Global Inventures)

7 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 7 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc Initial WiMedia Focus: AV Clusters Including: DTV / HDTV Set Top Box (with Internet connection) AV Receiver & Speakers DVD Player PVR Storage, Multimedia Server & DVD-RW+ Game Console Mobile Device –Camcorder, Digital Camera –Personal Entertainment Devices (e.g., MP3…) –Mobile phone Remote Control

8 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 8 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc AV Cluster Profiles Streaming Media –Video (compressed & uncompressed) –Audio (surround sound systems) Connection Management & Device Discovery –Native Discovery (minimal but useful) –Higher Level should leverage existing protocol (such as: uPnP or 1394) IP Specification –Support for IPv6 –Ethernet Encapsulation?

9 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 9 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc WiMedia for A/V Distribution  Protocol stack defined for wireless distribution of A/V content.  Support synchronized point to multipoint distribution.  A/V transport profile: Transport of media packets Signaling: link establishment & negotiation of streaming parameters. Monitoring: application parameters adapted to radio link quality  A/V control profile: standardize control to all types of interfaces  Service Discovery Protocol PHY MAC A/V Transport A/V Control A/V Applications

10 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 10 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc AV Cluster Timeline Market Requirements Document:March 03 Profile Requirements Document:April 03 Draft Technical Specification:September 03 Next Membership face-to-face mtg.:June 9 – 11 Ad Hoc Work Group Meetings: Ongoing Unplug Fest: TBD Certification Program defined: Q1 04 Target to support H WiMedia products

11 doc.: IEEE /076r0 Submission 11 Slide 24 February, 2003 Glyn Roberts, STMicroelectronics, Inc Upcoming Events & How to Join Connections 2003, San Jose Fairmont, May 8, 2003: –Board Member Pierre Gandolfo will serve on the panel "Wireless Connectivity – Emerging Applications for Wireless", Next Member Meeting at the Motorola campus in Schaumburg, IL, June 9-11, 2003 TG3-hosted Q&A Session this Thursday Evening Contributor Membership $20,000 Go to


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