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1 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Channel Numbering Proposals] Date Submitted: [3 December 2010] Source: [Matt Boytim, Khurram Waheed] Company [Sensus, Freescale] Address [USA] Re: [ g LB59 Comment Resolution CID’s 569, 560, 650, 651] Abstract:[This spreadsheet reviews the formulae for channel numbering in Draft 2 of IEEE g and suggests changes to accommodate overlapping channels] Purpose:[Draft 2 Comment Resolution. CID’s 569, 560, 650, 651] 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 g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 2 Channel Numbering Comments CID 569 –For uniformity, it is best to use the same terminology and the parameters for defining channel numbering for all PHYs CID 570 –To avoid confusion, it is best to include a table of parameters such as BandEdge, GL, GH, Chan Spacing, etc. for all bands in this section CID 650 –GL and GH need to be specified for the dedicated use bands to arrive at the proper first channel center frequency. CID 651 –The numbering scheme assumes channel width and channel spacing are the same, but they need not be; this might complicate future standard amendments if the numbering scheme has to change again. It would be better if the scheme were more flexible from the outset. The original 15.4 case of 2MHz channel with 5MHz spacing is one example.

3 doc.: IEEE g Submission Executive Summary This document suggests modifications to the formulae used for the computation of channel center frequency and total number of channels in a frequency band as per Draft 2 of IEEE g. It is intended to accommodate the following: –It is proposed to modify the equation to use two parameters, namely channel width and channel spacing to provide clear definitions of channel edges and center –Current formulae are directed towards continuous non-overlapping channels, only –SUN applications in allocated frequency bands can have overlapping non-FH channels. –A unified flexible equation is proposed such that it can be used for channel numbering for all possible SUN bands 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 3

4 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 4 Existing Definition: Assumes Non-overlapping Continuous Channel Assignment The channel center ChanCenterFreq frequency shall be derived using Equation 0a: where BandEdge is the start of the Frequency band in MHz NumChan = 0,…, TotalNumChan-1 ChanSpacing is the separation between adjacent channels in MHz GL is guard band on the lower frequency side of the band in MHz GH is guard band on the higher frequency side of the band in MHz The total number of channels is given by Equation: where W is width of band in MHz

5 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 5 Interpretation of Equations ChanCenterFreq GL NumChan =0 ChanSpacing 2 BandEdgeChanCenterFreq NumChan =1 ChanSpacing ChanSpacing * ChanCenterFreq NumChan = TotanNumChan -1 GH W * Assumes the channel width equals ChanSpacing f

6 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 6 Overlapping and Discontinuous channels can be obtained through a misuse of GL, ChanSpacing, and GH (cases where channel width does not equal ChanSpacing ) ChanCenterFreq GL NumChan =0 ChanSpacing 2 BandEdgeChanCenterFreq NumChan =1 ChanSpacing Channel Width Hypothetical example of Overlapping Case (channel width > ChanSpacing ): “Specified” Channel “Intended” Channel

7 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 7 ChanCenterFreq GL NumChan =0 ChanSpacing 2 BandEdgeChanCenterFreq NumChan =1 ChanSpacing Channel Width Hypothetical example Discontinuous Case (channel width < ChanSpacing ): “Specified” Channel “Intended” Channel Conclusion: You can just specify GL to be whatever it takes to make Equation 0a work, and GH to be whatever it takes to make the TotalNumChan equation work.

8 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 8 It is better to introduce a parameter for the channel width ( ChanWidth ) so that ChanWidth and ChanSpacing can be specified separately ChanCenterFreq GL NumChan =0 ChanWidth 2 BandEdgeChanCenterFreq NumChan =1 ChanSpacing ChanWidth Overlapping Case ( ChanWidth > ChanSpacing ): “Specified” Channel equals the “Intended” Channel

9 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 9 Option 1: Handles Non-overlapping, Overlapping and Discontinuous Channel Assignments (proposed resolution by CID 651) The channel center frequency ChanCenterFreq shall be derived using Equation: where BandEdge is the start of the Frequency band in MHz max(a, b) is the larger of a and b NumChan = 0,…, TotalNumChan -1 ChanSpacing is the separation between adjacent channels in MHz ChanWidth is the width of the allocated channel in MHz GL is guard band on the lower frequency side of the band in MHz GH is guard band on the higher frequency side of the band in MHz Change total number of channels to Equation: where W is width of band in MHz

10 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 10 Option 2: Handles Non-overlapping and Overlapping Channel Assignments (cannot handle discontinuous channels) The channel center frequency ChanCenterFreq shall be derived using Equation: where BandEdge is the start of the Frequency band in MHz NumChan = 0,…, TotalNumChan -1 ChanSpacing is the separation between adjacent channels in MHz ChanWidth is the width of the allocated channel in MHz GL is guard band on the lower frequency side of the band in MHz GH is guard band on the higher frequency side of the band in MHz Change total number of channels to Equation: where W is width of band in MHz

11 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 11 Recommended Resolution Adopt Option 1 if Overlapping and Discontinuous channel accommodation is desired, or Option 2 if only Overlapping accommodation is desired –Define and specify a ChanWidth for each MR-FSK and MR-OFDM PHY mode and change Equation 0a to Option 1 or 2 described above Update text and figures accordingly –Add Channel Width to Table 1. –Add 'channel width' to tables 22b-k, 22t-w (in most cases channel width = channel spacing). –Add 'Channel Width' to the Generic PHY descriptor and Figure 22x. –Page 29 after line 48 add "Channel Width is the occupied bandwidth of the channel in hertz. –Add Channel width to Table 6a (Channel width = Channel spacing). –Add Channel width to Table 75a-b (in most cases Channel width = Channel spacing). –Add 'channel width' to tables 125c-d (in most cases channel width = channel spacing). –Add 4 octet Channel Width value to Figure 103g. –Page 130 after line 15 add "Channel Width is an unsigned integer representing the occupied bandwidth of the channel extent in hertz.

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13 doc.: IEEE g Submission 5/9/2015 Boytim (Sensus, Waheed (Freescale)Slide 13 ChanCenterFreq GL NumChan =0 ChanWidth 2 BandEdgeChanCenterFreq NumChan =1 ChanSpacing ChanWidth Discontinuous Channel Case ( ChanWidth < ChanSpacing ): “Specified” Channel equals the “Intended” Channel


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