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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-13/1291r2 SubmissionSlide 1 Date: 2013-11-12 Presenter: Dynamic Bandwidth Control for 802.11aj (60GHz New Technique Proposal) KB Png.

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1 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 SubmissionSlide 1 Date: Presenter: Dynamic Bandwidth Control for aj (60GHz New Technique Proposal) KB Png November 2013

2 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Author List Slide 2KB Png November 2013 NameCompany CHEN, JiaminHuawei CHEN, QianI2R / CHIN, FrancoisI2R GAO, BoTsinghua HAO, PengJUST HONG, WeiSEU LI, LI, ZhiqiangIMECAS LIU, Zongru Hangzhou Millimeter Wave /CWPAN LIU, PeiHisilicon LU, SuHuawei PENG, PNG, Khiam BoonI2R SUN, WANG, HaimingSEU YUE, ZHUO, ZOU,

3 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Abstract This presentation is part and in support of the complete proposal described in IEEE r0 (slides) and IEEE r0 (text) This document is to propose a channelization for China 60GHz frequency band for aj (60GHz) This document is to propose a MAC protocol amendment to support dynamic bandwidth for aj (60GHz) The proposed MAC protocol supports the backward compatibility with ad legacy device Slide 3KB Png November 2013

4 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Background: China 60GHz Spectrum The released 60GHz spectrum in China only has 5GHz bandwidth, corresponding to channel 2 & 3 used in IEEE ad. USA, Canada, Korea Europe China Japan Australia Slide 4KB Png Unlicensed 60 GHz spectrum bands. November 2013

5 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed Channelization for 60GHz bands for aj (1/2) Advantage of the proposed channelization for 60GHz bands in China  China only has 5GHz bandwidth available in 59-64GHz  only has two logical channels if only use 2.16 GHz BW  Further divide 2.16GHz band used in ad channelization into two 1.08GHz sub-bands, then it become 6 logical channels: 2 bands with 2.16GHz bandwidth (Channel 2 & 3), 4 bands with 1.08GHz bandwidth (Channel 5, 6, 7, 8) ; Channelization for 60GHz bands in China KB PngSlide 5 November 2013

6 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed Channelization for 60GHz bands for aj (2/2) Support dynamic bandwidth  Capable of supporting wider applications for lower power, e.g. Smart Phone, Tablet etc.  The impact to implementation in RF, Analog baseband is very minimal. It only needs to add to support four more new center frequency in PLL design, a new filter to support 1.08GHz in analog baseband etc ;  The support of dynamic bandwidth in the channelization for China 60GHz bands provides the basis of keeping the interoperability with ad device ; Channelization for 60GHz bands in China KB PngSlide 6 November 2013

7 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed MAC Protocol amendment for aj: support dynamic bandwidth and keep interoperability with ad  When operating in 2.16GHz channel ( Channel 2,3) , it is capable of keeping interoperability with ad device ;  When operating in 1.08GHz ( Channel 5,6,7,8 ), it sends common beacon over 2.16GHz channel. The common beacon can use ad beacon as baseline so that ad device can also recognize the common beacon;  This allows aj device to keep the interoperability with ad device while exploring the benefits in channels with 1.08GHz bandwidth. MAC Protocol: Support Dynamic Bandwidth Proposed frame structure for IEEE aj Revised 60GHz Channelization Common Beacon (e.g., ad DMG Beacon frames) Slide 7KB Png November 2013

8 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed MAC Protocols (1) Suppose that PCP/AP 1 operates in Channel 2 with 3 devices (STA 1, STA 2 and STA 3) STA (to become PCP/AP 2) wants to share Channel 2 –STA (to become PCP/AP 2) may join PCP/AP 1’s network and send a Channel Split Request frame for the split of Channel 2. KB Png Channel Split Request frame Action field format OrderInformation 1Category 2DMG Action 3Dialog Token 4Channel Switch Announcement element Slide 8 November 2013

9 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed MAC Protocols (2) Proposed Frame Structure to support Dynamic Bandwidth for aj KB Png OrderInformation 1Category 2DMG Action 3Dialog Token 4Channel Splitting field 5Beacon Interval field (optional) 6Channel Switch Announcement element (optional) 7Extended Schedule element (optional) Channel Split Response frame Action field format If PCP/AP 1 agrees to split Channel 2 –PCP/AP 1 replies a Channel Split Response frame to the STA (to become PCP/AP 2). –PCP/AP 1 informs other STAs through a Channel Switch Announcement element contained in DMG Beacon/Announce frames. –PCP/AP 1 proceeds to split Channel 2 Slide 9 November 2013

10 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed MAC Protocols (3) After the split of Channel 2 into Channel 5 and Channel 6, –PCP/AP 1 sends out common DMG beacons in Channel 2 during NP1 to announce its operation and shows its channel bandwidth status (using the reserved B45-46 to indicate Channel Bandwidth info) contained in Beacon Interval Control field). –Following which PCP/AP 2 (The STA become PCP/AP 2) sends out common DMG beacon in Channel 2 during NP2 to announce its operation and shows its channel bandwidth status. PCP/AP 1 and PCP/AP 2 each creates a quiet period (QP) in their respective networks. PCP/AP 2 synchronizes with PCP/AP 1 by receiving the time stamps in PCP/AP 1’s common DMG beacons in its BTI. Non-AP/non-PCP STAs continue their packet transmissions in small band network in Channel 5 after tuning in and receiving the DMG Beacon frames sent out by PCP/AP 1 in its BTI, coupled with the necessary procedures like beamforming, associations and new schedules for service periods (SPs) and contention-based periods (CBAPs). Non-AP/non-PCP devices STAs that want to join the network in Channel 6 have to tune in and receive DMG Beacon frames sent by PCP/AP 2 in its BTI, coupled with the necessary procedures. KB Png Slide 10 November 2013

11 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed MAC Protocols (4) Constant monitoring of Channel 2 common DMG beacons sent out by PCP/APs 1 and 2 in NP1 and NP2, respectively. Assume Channel 6 ceases its network operation. –Absence is noted by PCP/AP 1 when it detects no common DMG beacon frames sent during NP1. –PCP/AP 1 shall wait for a aMaxExpireDuration duration before making the decision that Channel 6 network has ceased operation. Case 1: After which, the PCP/AP 1 can proceed to expand its bandwidth from Channel 5 to Channel 2 (see the following figure), or Case 2: After which, the PCP/AP1 can proceed to remain its operation in Channel 5. KB Png Slide 11 November 2013

12 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed MAC Protocols (5) Suppose that PCP/AP 1 starts up or operates in the small band, e.g., Channel 5. To mitigate interference, PCP/AP 1 must periodically send notification signals during notification periods (NPs) on Channel 2. Each NP contains at least a beacon header interval (BHI) which may include beacon transmission interval (BTI), association beamforming training (A-BFT) and / or announcement transmission interval (ATI) as shown in the following figure. KB Png Slide 12 November 2013

13 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Proposed MAC Protocols (6) Later, a new PCP/AP 2 intends to start its network in the adjacent Channel 6. First, PCP/AP 2 scans the channel to know whether Channel 6 is empty or not. If Channel 6 is available, PCP/AP 2 will send a Channel Request frame to PCP/AP 1 for NP allocation. PCP/AP 1 may reject the PCP/AP 2 request if another network has been successfully established in Channel 6. Otherwise, PCP/AP 1 should accept PCP/AP 2 request through a Chanel Response frame. PCP/AP 1 shall allocate a pseudo-static SP for the NP of PCP/AP 2 (i.e., BHI 2) on Channel 2 through an Extended Schedule element. KB Png Slide 13 November 2013

14 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Backward Compatibility of IEEE aj [3] has described “Backward Compatibility Feature for aj” Legacy Mode Case 1: An IEEE ad device scans to find an available large band and starts its network as normal ad device. Case 2: An IEEE ad device scans to find an IEEE802.11ad or IEEE aj network operating in the large band and joins as a non-PCP/non-AP STA. Mixed Mode Support the backward compatibility for IEEE ad devices when IEEE aj networks are operating in small bands. KB Png Slide 14 November 2013

15 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Mixed Mode (1/3) KB Png Slide 15 Case 1: Suppose that only PCP/AP 1 operates in Channel 5 while Channel 6 is empty. If an ad legacy device requests to join, aj PCP/AP 1 may change its channel to Channel 2 first, and then operate like ad PCP/AP and accept ad legacy device as non-PCP/AP STA PCP/AP 1 may also decide to operate in Channel 5 and allocate SPs or CBAPs to ad legacy device in Channel 2 through DMG Beacon or Announce frames as show in the following figure. –To distinguish different channel bandwidths, we use the reserved Bit 5 of the Allocation Type field to indicate allocation type, which supports the backward compatibility to IEEE ad devices. Bit 4Bit 5Bit 6Meaning 000SP allocation in large band 010SP allocation in the small band 100CBAP allocation in large band 110CBAP allocation in small band All other combinationsReserved November 2013

16 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Mixed Mode (2/3) KB Png Slide 16 Case 2 : Both Channel 5 and 6 are occupied by PCP/AP 1 and PCP/AP2, respectively. Suppose that 11ad legacy STA A intends to join in PCP/AP 1’s network. PCP/AP 1’s allocations for STA A must abide by TWO conditions: 1)No overlaps with the existing allocations either in large band or in small bands. 2)PCP/AP 2 shall avoid to schedule the allocations time-overlapping with that of STA A. The mixed mode works as below: First, PCP/AP 1 shall hear the latest DMG Beacon or Announce frames or directly request PCP/AP 2 to reply with Extended Schedule elements. Second, PCP/AP 1 schedules the allocations for STA A and may notify the result to PCP/AP 2 through an Allocation Request frame. Third, PCP/AP 2 may reply with an Allocation Grant frame to grant this schedule or not. Lastly, PCP/AP 1 sends the schedule result to STA A (and PCP/AP 2) through Extended Scheduling element transmitted in DMG Beacon or Announce frame. November 2013

17 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Mixed Mode (3/3) KB Png Slide 17 Case 3: Suppose that only PCP/AP 1 operates in Channel 5 and has scheduled the allocations for ad legacy devices within Channel 2. In this case, another PCP/AP 2 that intends to start up will know that Channel 6 is empty. PCP/AP 2 follows the same procedures in Slide 14 to establish its BSS in Channel 6. Since PCP/AP 2 has received the Extended Schedule element through the Beacon/Announce frames transmitted by PCP/AP 1, it will avoid to schedule its SPs or CBAPs that would overlap with the allocations for ad legacy devices in the following medium time. November 2013

18 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Case Study A: Support Dynamic Bandwidth Case A: Two PCP/APs operate in two adjacent small bands within the same large band. Slide 18KB Png November 2013

19 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Case Study B: Support Dynamic Bandwidth Case B: Only one PCP/AP operates in a small band when the adjacent small band is unoccupied. Slide 19KB Png November 2013

20 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Case Study C: Support Dynamic Bandwidth Case C: Only one PCP/AP operates in a large band when the large band is available. Slide 20KB Png This is similar to ad November 2013

21 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Case Study D: Mixed Mode Case D: Only one PCP/AP operates in a small band when the adjacent small band is unoccupied. In this case, IEEE ad devices join as non-PCP/non-AP STAs. Slide 21KB Png November 2013

22 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Case Study E: Mixed Mode Case E: Two PCP/APs operate in two adjacent small bands within the same large band. In this case, IEEE ad legacy devices join one of BSSs as non- PCP/non-AP STAs. Slide 22KB Png November 2013

23 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Conclusion This presentation is part and in support of the complete proposal described IEEE r0 (slides) and IEEE r0 (text) This presentation proposed a channelization for China 60GHz frequency band for aj (60GHz) This presentation proposed a MAC protocol amendment to support dynamic bandwidth for aj (60GHz) The proposed MAC protocol supports the backward compatibility with ad legacy devices KB PngSlide 23 November 2013

24 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 Submission Reference [1] r0 - Physical Channel Consideration for Chinese 60GHz band [2] r0 - Proposal of Channelization for aj [3] r1 - Backward Compatibility Feature for aj [4] r9 - IEEE aj PAR [5] r7 - IEEE aj 5C Slide 24KB Png November 2013

25 doc.: IEEE /1291r2 SubmissionSlide 25 Thank YOU KB Png November 2013


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