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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-02/043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for.

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1 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: CE Requirements for Alternative PHY CFA Date Submitted: January 21, 2002 Source: Masa Akahane, Bob Huang, Shige Sugaya, Kaz Takamura Company: Sony Corporation Address: Higashi-Gotanda Oval Court 13F Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo Japan Voice: , FAX: Re: [Doc IEEE P SG3a Call For Applications] Abstract: [Provides Consumer Electronics (CE) Perspective Requirements for Alternative PHY in IEEE P Study Group] Purpose: Use as one of the sets of criteria for establishing the Alternative PHY standard for IEEE 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 these viewgraphs becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P

2 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 2 Connecting Our World Internet Mobile Home Network Services i.LINK Memory Stick

3 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 3 Bandwidth Demand – Audio Arena ATRAC3/MP3 Music Download –128kbps for Playback (Selectable) –For “Checking-out” (5MB/music x 15 titles) 10Mbps takes 1 minute  Too Long? 60Mbps takes 10 seconds  Comfortable CD (74 Minute Audio: About 700MB) –1.4Mbps for Playback –For “Checking-out” 9Mbps takes 10 minutes  Too Long? 90Mbps takes 1 minute  Comfortable –1GB Compact Flash/Memory Stick will be the Media for HiFi Audio †Adequate Digital Rights Management Required for All the Examples

4 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 4 Bandwidth Demand – Still Image Arena Digital Still Image Download/Upload –3Mega Pixels Picture Creates 1.4MB File –128MB Memory Stick Accommodates 80 Pictures 15Mbps takes 60 seconds  Too Long? 90Mbps takes 10 seconds  Comfortable –1Giga Pixels will be in a year or 2

5 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 5 Bandwidth Demand – Motion Picture Arena DVD (MPEG Contents: 8.5GB) –6-10Mbps for Playback DV Camcorder –27Mbps MicroMV Camcorder (MPEG2 Format) –12Mbps Digital TV –Streaming Continuously Occupies the Frequency –Standard MPEG2: 4-8 Mbps –High Definition MPEG2: 20-24Mbps US and Japanese DTV †Adequate Digital Rights Management Required for Digital TV

6 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 6 Power Consumption Demand Power Sensitive Products –Cam Corder (1,200-4,000mAh Battery) 3.5W-4.5W for Recording < 10% for Wireless Monitoring? –Digital Still Camera ( mAh Battery) 1.5W-2W < 10% for Wireless Download? –PDA (800-1,400mAh Battery) Days Battery Life/Full Recharge (30min./day use) < 100mW for Wireless Download? –Entertainment Robot 9W (Battery Life: 90 Minutes/Full Recharge ) Wireless may Always be Active while Robot is Active < 1% for Wireless Control?

7 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 7 Application Environment for Home Major Application Space – Big Market Portable Devices Offer Personal Entertainment –Need Wireless Connectivity Coexistence of Multiple Wireless Multimedia Streams to Provide All Family Members with Freedom of Choice and Satisfaction –Cam Corder –Digital Still Camera –Multimedia PDA –Entertainment Robot –Game/Entertainment Center –Digital TV/Projector –Digital Audio

8 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 8 Functional Requirements 1 Lower Power Consumption –< Several 100mW Order including MAC Covers the Application Areas beyond Bandwidth –>100Mbps is Desirable The Best Remedy for the QoS Scalability is Required for the Variety of Applications Support Multiple Multimedia Streaming The More Bandwidth Provides the More Capability but… –Trade off with the Power Consumption and the Cost –The Next Paradigm could be Non-Encoded Video (>1Gbps) Size, Footprint of the Radio –Memory Stick Size is Desirable 5 cm x 2.15 cm x 0.28 cm

9 doc.: IEEE /043r0 Submission January, 2002 M.Akahane, R.Huang, S.Sugaya, K.Takamura, Sony Corp.Slide 9 Functional Requirements 2 Cost –Bluetooth Level is Desirable and Competitive –Depends on the Degree of Demand and Satisfaction QoS –Need Appropriate Error Correction but… Trade off with the Cost and Power Consumption Solution should be Brought by the Combination between PHY/MAC and the Higher Layer –Through a Wall is Required for Home Environment >10m is the Original Requirement of Others –Coexistence is a Mandatory to Live with Incumbent Devices 2.4GHz/5GHz… Cellular, GPS…


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