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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal.

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1 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Introduction to the Bluetooth Qualification Program] Date Submitted: [11 January 2000] Source: [Kevin Marquess] Company [Hyper Corporation] Address [315 Iron Horse Court, Alamo, CA 94507, USA] Voice:[(925) ], FAX:[(925) ], Re: [Introduction to the Qualification Program Requirements documents (Bluetooth PRD v0.8)] Abstract:[This presentation introduce the Bluetooth Qualification Program so that members of the group are aware of the proper channels to address Interoperability and Coexistence issues within the Bluetooth SIG. Also, for the individual members to be aware of the processes that are involved helping their sponsoring companies in bringing their products to market.] Purpose:[Education of the Bluetooth organization with respect to Coexistence.] 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 /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 2 Introduction to Bluetooth Qualification Program Hyper Corporation Bluetooth Qualification Services SM Kurt FischerKevin Marquess

3 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 3 Overview Qualification Program –Why have a Qualification Program? –Organization –Process Roadmap Required Documents –Adaptations of Qualification Process

4 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 4 Qualification is Brand Approval - Not Type Approval

5 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 5 Regulatory Type Approval Bluetooth RF Test Specification Country Requirements: – USA:FCC , , –Canada: IC (Industry Canada) Document GL36 –Europe -- ETSI Standards ETS ETS –France: Europe requirements + SP/DGPT/ATAS/23 –Spain: Europe requirements + Supplemento Del Numero 164 Del Boletin Oficial Del Estado –Japan: ARIB RCR STD-33A (MPT - Ministry of Post and Telecommunication) NOTE: New EU Directive (R&TTE Directive) will effect above requirements.

6 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 6 Why Qualification?

7 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 7 Bluetooth Qualification Organization Bluetooth SIG Bluetooth Qualification Administrator (BQA) Bluetooth Qualification Body (BQB) Bluetooth Technical Advisory Board (BTAB) Bluetooth Qualification Review Board (BQRB) Bluetooth Qualification Test Facility (BQTF).

8 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 8 Qualification Process

9 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 9 Qualification Process Diagram

10 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 10 Roadmap - Steps to Listing Product 1) Executes Adopters Agreement (to become a Bluetooth Member) 2) Obtaining the appropriate Bluetooth Qualification Documentation from web-site (www.bluetooth.com/member.asp)www.bluetooth.com/member.asp 3) Member selects BQB for guidance and assistance during process 4) Submission of material necessary for Compliance Folder to BQB 5) Submission for Bluetooth Product Qualification to BQB for each unique Bluetooth product 6) Member performs all required tests (with only Category A tests performed by an accredited BQTF). Test reports or evidence of successful test completion to be included in Compliance Folder.

11 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 11 Qualification Program Documents Bluetooth Specifications –Core (Volume 1) –Profile (Volume 2) Program Reference Document (PRD) Test Specifications Test Case Reference List (TCRL) Test Case Mapping Table (TCMT) ICS & IXIT Proforma Declaration of Compliance (DoC) Bluetooth Brand Book

12 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 12 Member Documents Submitted to BQB Member Inputs to Qualification Process (5.2) –Compliance Folder (5.2.1) Description of the Product ( ) Declaration of Compliance (DoC) ( ) Test Plan ( ) –Test Case Selection (5.3) Test Case Mapping Table (TCMT) (5.3.1) Test Case Reference List (TCRL) (5.3.2) –ICS/IXIT ( ) Test Report ( ) –Types of Testing (5.4) Protocol Testing and Golden Units (5.5) Profile Testing (5.6) Application for Product Listing (5.2.2) –Assigned Name/Number (5.8) [Follow documented] Request process (5.8.4)

13 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 13 Compliance Folder (5.2.1) –Description of Product ( ) Name Model Number HW Version Number Software Version Number Bluetooth Profiles Supported Sufficient Technical Documentation (minimum): –User manual –Functional Block Diagram –Components: Reference Design Schematics Parts Lists PCB Layouts Reference Design Application Note Member Documents Submitted to BQB

14 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 14 Member Documents Submitted to BQB Test Plan ( ) –Test Case Selection (5.3) Test Case Mapping Table (5.3.1) –Every test specification contains a test case mapping table. –TCMT = identifies all related test cases which are required depending on the supported capabilities (Profiles) specified in ICS Test Case Reference List (5.3.2) –Specifies all conformance and interoperability test cases and identifies the category of each test case. –Types of Testing (5.4) Bluetooth Conformance Testing (5.4.1) Protocol Testing and Golden Units (5.5) Profile Testing (5.6) –Product Changes (5.7) Class I ( ) Class II ( ) Class III ( )

15 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 15 Test Case Reference List Key to the Categories Category A –Validated and commercially available. The test case is mandatory and has to be performed at a recognized BQTF. Category B –The test case has to be performed and a declaration with evidence is required. The instructions given in the test specification have to be followed. Category C –Declaration without evidence. Category D –Informative. A preliminary test case with no official qualification value. The purpose is to inform the manufacturer about an upcoming test case.

16 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 16 Backup Information -- More detail

17 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 17 Protocol Testing and Golden Units (5.5) Definition (5.5.1) –Qualification program launched before validated conformance test systems are available. –Improve likelihood of interoperability BQRB allowed GU = Golden Unit –Initially provided by Ericsson and Nokia –More info on BT web

18 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 18 Golden Unit Testing (5.5.2) Protocol Tests using GUs is used to establish confidence in interoperability Protocol Tests using GUs shall be used to develop evidence when satisfying applicable Category B test cases in TCRL for following Test Specifications: –Part B: Test Suite Structure (TSS) and Test Purpose (TP) for Baseband –Part C: TSS and TP for Link Manager –Part D: TSS and TP for L2CAP –Part E: TSS and TP for Service Discovery Protocol DO NOT relieve Member of responsibility for complying with controlling specifications Member is NOT required to prove that designated GU is noncompliant

19 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 19 Golden Unit Testing - Positive Results The fact that two independently developed implementations interoperate supports a claim of compliance. (Does not prove compliance!) Failure to comply with the specification is the responsibility of the Adopter who does not comply.

20 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 20 Golden Unit Testing - Negative Results Does not prove product is not compliant - GU is not warranted to comply Adopter must document compliance through other means Adopter is responsible for developing a reasonable explanation for the failure No responsibility to prove that GU is non- compliant

21 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 21 Compliance Folder: Module or Component Reference Design Schematics Parts List PCB Layout Reference Design Application Note Additional information so that BQB can determine which test case results are intrinsic to the pre-qualified component (not just the reference design TC )

22 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 22 Compliance Folder: Component Integrator Supporting information on pre-qualified component sufficient so that BQB can determine which test cases are covered Component reference design to application note End-product engineering documentation enable BQB to determine if component was integrated per the application note

23 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 23 Test Type vs. Number of Samples

24 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 24 Project Plan Interactive with other vendors –HW, SW, Modules and Components Anticipate delays and retesting Many judgement areas that may require BQRB ruling Sample Project Plan

25 doc.: IEEE /016r0 Submission January, 2000 Kevin Marquess, Hyper CorporationSlide 25 Project Plan


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