Presentation on theme: "21-06-0560-00-0000 IEEE 802.21 MEDIA INDEPENDENT HANDOVER DCN: 21-06-0560-00-0000 Title: Mapping FMCA Wi-Fi SIP Reqs to IEEE 802.21 Date Submitted: Presented."— Presentation transcript:
IEEE MEDIA INDEPENDENT HANDOVER DCN: Title: Mapping FMCA Wi-Fi SIP Reqs to IEEE Date Submitted: Presented at IEEE session #13 in Denver Authors or Source(s): Rodrigo Donazzolo, FMCA : Steve Searle / Henry Taylor, BT Abstract: This presentation summarises the FMCA Wi-Fi SIP PRD and highlights mappings to IEEE activities for further discussion.
Contents FMCA Update Scope of FMCA PRDs Mapping of FMCA Requirements to IEEE activities Next steps for FMCA/IEEE discussions
Scope of FMCA PRDs The PRDs are effectively the FMCA ‘building blocks’ for Convergence Services: »Bluetooth CTP »Wi-Fi SIP »Wi-Fi GAN (UMA) Scope of PRD »User Equipment/Handset »Access Point & Gateway »Network & Architecture »Service Capabilities »Roaming Built on top of ‘foundation’ Technical Specifications & Standards
FMCA - Industry Engagement PRD requirements are the top level ‘building blocks’ They are not detailed technical specifications or standards The FMCA are keen to engage with existing Industry Standard Development and Certification Organisations to ensure the support of top level product requirements to the appropriate: – industry standards, – network operator specifications e.g NGN – inter-operability certifications.
User Equipment /Handset Examples Product Requirement –The Handset shall provide a common user interface in wireless and cellular modes, which shall be simple and consistent amongst all applications. –When a Handset successfully associates with an AP for the first time, it shall store the association details within a wireless profile. –When using this profile subsequent associations shall be seamless and not require any keystroke entry. –As a minimum, the standard handset battery life shall last for 150 hours of standby and five hours’ talk time.
Access Point & Gateway Examples Product Requirement –The Wi-Fi air interface shall be optimised for voice, i.e. voice delay shall be minimised. –APs shall be capable of supporting a minimum of three simultaneous Wi-Fi SIP calls –APs shall support the ability to restrict the number of users that can simultaneously connect.
Network & Architecture Examples Product Requirement Vision of a network architecture compliant with e.g. : »3GPP IMS, »3GPP VCC »ETSI TISPAN. »3GPP2
Roaming/Interoperability Examples Product Requirement Seamless support for international cellular and Wi-Fi service provider roaming. Future PRDs will call for the support of wireless cellular WIMAX roaming & interoperability requirements
Service Capabilities Examples Product Requirement Voice call and data session continuity during cellular to Wi-Fi (and vice versa) handovers and AP to AP handovers. Support for Location Based Services Support for Presence Services
Mapping of FMCA Reqs to MIH FMCA has reviewed their PRD Release 1.0 Wi-Fi SIP requirements matrix It has identified the following areas for discussion with IEEE
Next Steps Guidance from IEEE on what particular MIH aspects the FMCA should focus on for providing feedback. How best to provide timely FMCA Contributions into existing IEEE activities. Example: Discussion on how MIH IE’s can support FMCA product requirements for seamless handover and service continuity.
Key Contacts: Rodrigo Donazzolo FMCA Programme Director Tel For further information: Refer to