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1 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 1 High Throughput Study Group WG Report and Meeting Slides Jon Rosdahl

2 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 2 Report to the WG HT-SG had its Inaugural Meeting where a starting point was begun. HT-SG was able to answer the following Questions: –What: Scope –Why: Purpose

3 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 3 Report to the WG (cont) Current Scope of the project: To define standardized modifications to the MAC and PHY layers that achieve a minimum increase (xx) in throughput as measured at the MAC data SAP.

4 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 4 Report to the WG (cont) Current Purpose of the Project: To improve the wireless LAN user experience by providing significantly higher throughput for current applications and to enable new applications and market segments.

5 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 5 Objectives for November 2002 Finalize the wording of the PAR. Create the response to 5 Criteria. Request that members of the SG come prepared to enjoy the creation of a PAR and the response to 5 Criteria (and the 6 th one too)

6 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 6 HT-SG Welcome to High Throughput Study Group Wednesday

7 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 7 Meeting Tone PLEASE Bring your Engineer Mentality and Technologist Attitude Please keep a Positive Attitude Please check your Ego and Politics at the door.

8 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 8 Inaugural Meeting Slides Inaugural Meeting held Wednesday Sept. 11, 2002 in Monterey, CA.

9 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 9 Confirmation of Secretary Garth Hillman has volunteered to be the HT-SG Secretary. Others? no Affirmed by acclamation

10 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide Review IEEE/802 & Policies and Rules Study Group: Everyone Votes. All 802 policies apply All policies apply Submissions must meet document format criteria

11 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 11 Agenda Wednesday 1 Meeting Call to Order 2 Elect/Confirm Secretary 3 REVIEW IEEE/802 & POLICIES and RULES 4 APPROVE/MODIFY AGENDA 5 Set/Review Objectives 6 Discuss/Revise PAR and 5 Criteria 7 Recess for the Day

12 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 12 Agenda Thursday 8. Discuss/Revise PAR and 5 Criteria 9. Develop plan for future HT SG Work 11. Adjourn for the session

13 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 13 Sept Objectives Generate PAR Generate response to LMSC 802 Criteria

14 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 14 Review PAR 4. Project Title 8. Fill in Projected Completion Date for Submittal to RevCom: (July 2004?) 9. Scope of Proposed Project 10. Purpose of Proposed Project

15 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 15 Possible Proposed Title Amendment to STANDARD [FOR] Information Technology- Telecommunications and information exchange between systems-Local and Metropolitan networks-Specific requirements-Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications:Enhancements for Higher Effective Throughput

16 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 16 Target Schedule for a SG Sept – 5 Criteria and PAR started Nov 2002 – Request for creation of Task Group to be sent to ExCom with 5 Criteria and PAR

17 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 17 Target Schedule (cont.) Jan 2003 – Technology solutions presented in earnest – Requirements doc complete. Mar 2003 – Technology Solutions presented May 2003 – Selection of Solution and start writing Draft July 2003 – Complete initial draft and send out 1 st WG Letter Ballot. Sept –process comments and send 2 nd WG Letter Ballot

18 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 18 Target Schedule (cont.) Nov 2003 – Comment resolution and start recirculation LB Jan 2004 – final resolution of comments Mar 2004 – Send to Sponsor Ballot May 2004 – Resolve comments July 2004 – Send to Revcom

19 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 19 Scope for consideration Solutions in achieving High Throughput shall be considered which provide enhancement to existing.11 MAC and PHY layers through standardized mechanism or interface. A view submitted to the Chair Sept.2002

20 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 20 A View on Criteria Study group should emphasize high performance (throughput/rate) WLANs in general SG should emphasize overall performance Backwards compatibility is vital SG should have broad scope and the authorization to recommend all necessary changes A view presented Mar 2002

21 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide Five Criteria 1.Broad Market Potential 2.Compatibility 3.Distinct Identity 4.Technical Feasibility 5.Economic Feasibility 6.Interference Considerations (tentative)

22 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 22 Straw Poll Would you like to enhance the 11b throughput? a? g?

23 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 23 Another Proposed Scope Statement To define standardized modifications to the.11MAC and OFDM PHY layers that achieve an increase in throughput measured at the MAC data SAP

24 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 24 Straw Poll Should we consider only existing.11standards as the baseline from which this group operates?

25 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 25 Straw Poll Quantify Minimum Increase at the MAC SAP Interface in the Scope or not?

26 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 26 Update to the Scope Paragraph To define standardized modifications to the.11MAC and OFDM PHY layers that achieve a minimum increase (xx) in throughput measured at the MAC data SAP

27 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 27 Update to the Scope Paragraph To define standardized modifications to the.11 MAC and PHY layers that achieve a minimum increase (xx) in throughput measured at the MAC data SAP

28 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 28 Thursday Evening Meeting Slides for Thursday, Sept. 12, 2002 at Monterey, CA

29 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 29 Meeting Tone PLEASE Bring your Engineer Mentality and Technologist Attitude Please keep a Positive Attitude Please check your Ego and Politics at the door.

30 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 30 Agenda Thursday 8. Discuss/Revise PAR and 5 Criteria 9. Develop plan for future HT SG Work 11. Adjourn for the session

31 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 31 Current Scope Paragraph To define standardized modifications to the.11 MAC and PHY layers that achieve a minimum increase (xx) in throughput measured at the MAC data SAP.

32 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 32 Questions to answer on PAR 4. Project Title 8. Fill in Projected Completion Date for Submittal to RevCom: (July 2004?) 9. Scope of Proposed Project 10. Purpose of Proposed Project 16. Other Details

33 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 33 Criteria The current rules have the following 5 Criteria listed. See

34 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 34 Criteria 6.1. Broad Market Potential A standards project authorized by IEEE 802 shall have a broad market potential. Specifically, it shall have the potential for: a) Broad sets of applicability. b) Multiple vendors and numerous users. c) Balanced costs (LAN versus attached stations).

35 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 35 Criteria 6.2 Compatibility IEEE 802 defines a family of standards. All standards shall be in conformance with the IEEE Architecture, Management and Interworking documents as follows: 802. Overview and Architecture, 802.1D, 802.1Q and parts of 802.1f. If any variances in conformance emerge, they shall be thoroughly disclosed and reviewed with 802.

36 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 36 Criteria 6.2 Compatibility (cont) Each standard in the IEEE 802 family of standards shall include a definition of managed objects which are compatible with systems management standards.

37 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 37 Criteria 6.3 Distinct Identity Each IEEE 802 standard shall have a distinct identity. To achieve this, each authorized project shall be: a) Substantially different from other IEEE 802 standards. b) One unique solution per problem (not two solutions to a problem). c) Easy for the document reader to select the relevant specification.

38 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 38 Criteria 6.4 Technical Feasibility For a project to be authorized, it shall be able to show its technical feasibility. At a minimum, the proposed project shall show: a) Demonstrated system feasibility. b) Proven technology, reasonable testing. c) Confidence in reliability.

39 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 39 Criteria 6.5 Economic Feasibility For a project to be authorized, it shall be able to show economic feasibility (so far as can reasonably be estimated), for its intended applications. At a minimum, the proposed project shall show: a) Known cost factors, reliable data. b) Reasonable cost for performance. c) Consideration of installation costs.

40 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide Purpose of the Proposed Project Ideas from the Group on WHY? –Looking for a Good Technology solution that has the right balance of Wow and Value. –Market Spaces: Wireless LANs in the Home Hot Spot Deployment Corporate LAN Deployment –Higher Data Rate – Real Simple (>200 Mbps)

41 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 41 Purpose of the Proposed Project (Cont) Remember to think Latterly –Both MAC and PHY – Improve End-to-End Make Concert of Changes –Scalability -- Higher Data Rates Provide Wireless Support for High Speed Application Video – file service – etc.

42 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 42 Purpose of the Proposed Project (Cont) High Speed delivery of advanced services to Hand Held Devices Video, interactive pictures etc. Increase the size of Market via Standardize leading Edge “WOW” solutions. Improved Spectrum Efficiency Extended Range Provide a Value to the End User –User Experience

43 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 43 Purpose of the Proposed Project (Cont) Keep in Perspective Range vs Rate and the trade offs. Smooth Transition from one Technology to another Provide to prevent the effective range from being reduced significantly. Scalable Solution for Range, Rate, and Power Consumption trade-offs Hit Moore’s Law

44 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 44 Area 16: Other Items Bits/sec/Hz/user

45 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 45 Purpose (WHY) Initial Words to include To make Wireless LANS better than they are right now. Higher Throughput to improve the End- User experience. Market Spaces including but not limited to: Wireless LANs in the Home Hot Spot Deployment Corporate LAN Deployment (75-6-3)

46 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 46 Proposed purpose To improve the wireless LAN user experience by providing significantly higher throughput for Applications including but not limited to those in the Home, Hot-spot and Enterprise Markets. (65-1-1) (original paragraph) (65-0-8) (add: including but not limited to)

47 doc.: IEEE /532r0 Submission September 2002 Jon Rosdahl, Micro LinearSlide 47 Final Proposed Purpose. To improve the wireless LAN user experience by providing significantly higher throughput for current applications and to enable new applications and market segments


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