Presentation on theme: "Doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/xxxr0 Submission May 2003 Patrick YuSlide 1 JC-61 Liaison Report Patrick Yu, ALi."— Presentation transcript:
doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/xxxr0 Submission May 2003 Patrick YuSlide 1 JC-61 Liaison Report Patrick Yu, ALi
doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/xxxr0 Submission May 2003 Patrick YuSlide 2 JC-61 Committee Founding Members: Agere, ALi, AMD, Conexant, HP, Mitsubishi, Philips Officers:Ed Liu (NVIDIA)Chair Bill Carney (Texas Instr.)Vice-Chair Patrick Yu (ALi)Mktg. Task Group Chair Tim Wakeley (HP)Tech. Task Group Chair 44 member companies (since March 2002) AgereHelic SAMolexRalink ALiHPMotorolaRF Magic AMDIBMNational Semi.RF Micro Devices Analog DevicesIceFyre Semi.NewLogicSharp AppleInfineonNimbus WirelessSilego Technology ATIInProCommNokia ResearchSOISIC AtmelIntelNVIDIASpirea AB BroadcomIntersilPhilipsStandard Micro Sys. Channel Tech.LucentPMC-SierraTality UK Cirrus LogicMarvell Semi.Pulse EngineeringTexas Instruments Conexant Global Com. Devices Mitsubishi Mobilian Radia Comm. Resonext Theta Microelectronics Via Technology
doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/xxxr0 Submission May 2003 Patrick YuSlide 3 JC-61 BB-RF Interface BB-RF I/F Standard ballot failed –All 46 comments were resolved –Core contributing companies believe they will reach consensus on draft for next ballot Next ballot starting on June 17 will represent a finished draft, recommended for adoption by core contributors –All 43 JC-61 member companies are urged to review and vote Additional registers and protocol are being defined to facilitate Interoperability
doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/xxxr0 Submission May 2003 Patrick YuSlide 4 JC-61 MAC-PHY Interface Two current proposals –Traditional MAC / PHY partitioning @ the convergence layer –Partition of Upper and Lower MAC functions Functional definition are completed Next steps –Investigate the adoption of BB-RF I/F electricals, link layer, and register mapping –Define the transport layer that can be mapped into other physical interfaces based on the PCI Programming Model –Develop an optional lower-MAC initiated DMA transfers to reduce the memory resources needed physical implementation and the dependency on interrupt latency in the host system –This will enable a low gate-count, low pin-count, low-power, up to 1 meters of cable length interface for embedded applications
doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/xxxr0 Submission May 2003 Patrick YuSlide 5 JC-61 Upcoming Ballots 4 ballots will start ~June 17 Need input / feedback from the Industry at Large 1.Ballot to determine if the traditional MAC- PHY interface work should end 2.Ballot to determine if JC-61 should send a letter to the FCC in support of a "module approval rule making" process starting with an Notice of Inquiry. 3.Ballot of the amended BB-RF I/F Standard draft 4.JEDEC BoD mandated ballot to approve the scope of JC-61
doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/xxxr0 Submission May 2003 Patrick YuSlide 6 JC-61 Future F2F Meeting Information July 17-18 in San Francisco, CA Sept 3-4 in Santa Rosa, CA (TI hosting) Nov 6-7 in Santa Fe, NM
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