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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-07-0972-00-0005 Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless.

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1 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [ u-Services That Require Features of WiBEEM Protocol ] Date Submitted: [14 November, 2007] Source: [Suk-Hyun Song (1), and Ho-In Jeon (2)] Company: [National Information Society Agency(NIA) (1), and Dept. Engineering, Kyung-Won University (KWU) (2)] Address: [San 65, Bok-Jung-Dong, Sung-Nam-Shi, Kyung-Gi-Do, Republic of Korea] Voice 1: [ ], Voice 2:[ ] FAX: [ ], Re: [This work has been supported by KATS and SKTelecom.] Abstract:[This document proposes some services enabled by WiBEEM Protocol.] Purpose:[Technical Contributions on the IEEE WNG Task Group] 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 Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 2 u-Services That Require Features of WiBEEM Protocol Suk-Hyun Song (1), and Ho-In Jeon (2) (1) NIA (National Information Society Agency), (2) Kyung-Won University, Republic of Korea

3 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 3 Contents Introduction to WiBEEM(Wireless Beacon-enabled Energy Efficient Mesh Network) Protocol –Improved PHY with Data Rate –Advanced MAC with Beacon Scheduling with QoS Support –Enhanced NWK with Device Mobility u-Services that require features of WiBEEM Protocol –Healthcare Service –ITS –Disaster Prevention Service –Bridge Management Service –Underground Facility Management Conclusion

4 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 4 Features of WiBEEM –Consumes very low power –Ease of installation –Reliable data transfer from 250 Kbps to 4 Mbps –1-hop comm. within 30 m and expandable to several kilometers via Mesh. –Mesh topology for beacon- enabled sensor networks –Extremely low-cost –A very long battery life –A simple and flexible protocol Target market –U-Healthcare –Information Infrastructure for Digital Hospital –WBAN (Body Area Network) –U-Home Networking –Automatic Meter Reading –Universal Remote Controller –Automotive Networks –Industrial Networks –Facility Management of a City –Sensor Network –Audio/Video capable Overview of the WiBEEM Specification

5 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 5 WiBEEM Protocol Stack Higher Layer WiBEEM NWK Layer WiBEEM MAC Layer WiBEEM Physical (PHY) Layer Security Network Message Broker Routing Management 2.4 GHz Radio (Ch.1) NLDE-SAPNLME-SAP MLME-SAP PLME-SAPPLDE-SAP MLDE-SAP Network Management 2.4 GHz Radio (Ch.2) 2.4 GHz Radio (Ch.3) 2.4 GHz Radio (Ch.16)

6 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 6 PHY Overview of the WiBEEM Data Rate –Minimum 250 Kbps when just one channel is used. –Maximum 4 Mbps for Isochronous Data using 16 channels Channels –Max 16, Min 1 channel in the 2.4GHz ISM band –ACA (Adaptive Channel Aggregation) concept is used. Modulation –O-QPSK at 2.4GHz Coexistence with –802.11b DSSS and g OFDM of WLAN – FHSS of Bluetooth – DSSS of High-Rate WPAN – O-QPSK of Low-Rate WPAN

7 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 7 PPDU: 133 Bytes Preamble Sequence Start of Frame Delimiter Frame Length MPDU (MAC Protocol Data Unit) Octets: 41 1 SHR (Synchronization Header) PHR ( PHY Header ) PSDU (PHY Service Data Unit) PPDU (PHY Protocol Data Unit) 8 to 127 Bigger PPDU size would be preferable. –Large file synchronizations. –PACS applications in the hospital Data contention and delay may cause some problems.

8 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 8 MAC Overview of the WiBEEM Multiple Beacons in one Superframe Low Power Consumption due to the Perfect Synchroni- zation all over the Network by using Beacon Scheduling Dynamic Channel Selection Network Topology –Star Topology –P2P Topology –Cluster-tree Network Topology –Mesh Topology for Beacon as well as Beaconless Network 65,536 = 2 16 devices per MPID (Mesh Piconet ID) Data Security Support with AES-128 Security

9 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 9 New Superframe Structure of WiBEEM BOP CAPCFP DSP Beacon #1 SD (Superframe Duration) BI (Beacon Interval) BOPL BOPL = BTTSL × maxBeaconNumber [symbols] SD = aBaseSuperframeDuration × 2 SO [symbols] = 960 × 2 SO [symbols] BI = aBaseSuperframeDuration × 2 BO [symbols] = 960 × 2 BO [symbols] Beacon #1 Beacon #2 Beacon #n PQP PQP = PQPL × aBaseSuperframeDuration [symbols] CFP = CFPL × aBaseSuperframeDuration [symbols] CFP

10 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide MPC Beacon Scheduling Done for 40 Nodes CFP PQP Deep Sleep BOP BTTSL BTTS CAP

11 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 11 Beacon Frame Format and Payload

12 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 12 MAC and NWK FC Fields for QoS Bits : Frame Type Security Enabled Frame Pending Ack. Request Intra- PAN Reserved Destination Addressing Mode QoS Priority Source Addressing Mode Bits : 0-1 Frame type 2-5 Protocol version 6 Discover route 7 Fragmentation 9 Security Reserved 8 Multicast Flag MAC Frame Control Field NWK Frame Control Field QoS Priority

13 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 13 Proposed Prioritized Channel Access in CAP Each channel access function contends with –AIFS[AC] (instead of LIFS) and CW[AC] (instead of CW) Busy Medium SIFS AIFS[AC] Backoff Window Slot Time Defer Access Select Slot and decrement backoff as long as medium stays idle AIFS[AC] Contention Window from [0,CW[AC]] Immediate access when medium is idle >= AIFS[AC] Next Frame

14 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 14 Backoff Times with UP for New MAC PriorityAccess CategoryDesignated Backoff Time at the CAP Lowest Highest 026 – – – – – – – – 5 BOP CAPCFP DSP Beacon #1 Beacon #2 Traffic with UP of 6 and 7 only can access the channel in this tile slot. PQP

15 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 15 NWK Overview of the WiBEEM Network Formation by Passive and Active Scan Network Growing and Network Management Efficient Real-Time Short Address Allocations –Addressing mechanism based on NAA (Next Address Available) algorithm for Efficient Address Space Usage –The short address can be assigned in real-time. Low Latency Routing Mechanism –WiBEEM Routing based on simplified AODV-like routing –Different from the ZigBee routing Network Message Broker High speed mobility support Data Fragmentation

16 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 16 NWK General Frame Format Octets: 2 0/1 Frame Control 220/2 Target Address Origi- nator Address Max. Broadcast Hop Count Broadcast ID Number Routing Fields NWK Header Variable Frame Payload NWK Payload 2 TTL 0/1 Fragmen- tation ID Var Fragmen- tation Count Var Fragmen- tation Number Fragmentation Fields 0/1 Fragmen- tation Length Bits : 0-1 Frame Type 2-5 Protocol Version 6 Discover Route 7 Fragmentation 9 Security Reserved 8 Multicast Flag

17 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 17 NAA Information in Beacon Payload Frame Control Beacon Sequence Number Source Address Information Superframe Specification CFP Fields Pending Address Field Beacon Payload FCS 1 4/10 2kmVariable2 MHR (MAC Header)MSDU (MAC Service Data Unit) MFR (MAC Footer) Bits : 0-3 Beacon Order 4-7 Superframe Order 8-11 Final CAP Slot 12 Battery life Extension 13 Reserved 14 PAN Coordinator 15 Association Permit Octets: 2 1 Octets: 1 BOPL 1 My BTTS (BeaconTx TimeSlot) 1 Depth 2 NAA 2 Child Short Address 2 Parent Short Address 1 HOP Count 1 Child Device Type 1 My Profile ID 1 BTTSL

18 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 18 A CDB F=5E WRC NAA Value in the Beacon Payload is 5 Efficient Real-Time Addressing by NAA Association Request Association Response NAA Grant Request NAA Grant Response WMC 4

19 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 19 Services Requiring Features of WiBEEM Healthcare Service ITS Disaster Prevention Service Bridge Management Service Underground Facility Management And there are a lot more!

20 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 20 Detectors Traffic Lights VMS CCTV Control Box UCC Traffic Control Center Intelligent Transport System

21 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 21 Router Water contamina Population Sensor node Industry PC stream Air Population Sensor node Router Construction Vibration Sensor nod Sink Node + CCTV CCC Home Information Notice PDAOfficer Environment Management

22 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 22 UCC Router Disaster Prevention Center City Traffic Control Center Temperature Gas Leak Vibration Salinity Pressure G/W PTZ-Camera Freezing/Fog Sensor Indicator G/W PTZ-Camera Static Measurement Bridge Safety Dynamic Measurement Facility Management

23 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 23 Bridge Management - Today CDMA G/W Water Pollution Sensor Water Temperature Sensor Wind Pressure Sensor CDMA BS CDMA G/W Crack Sensor CDMA G/W CDMA BS

24 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 24 Bridge Management - Tomorrow WiBEEM Infrastructure Water Pollution Sensor Water Temperature Sensor Wind Pressure Sensor WiBEEM Infrastructure

25 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 25 Freezing Sensor Road Management WiBEEM Infrastructure Fog Sensor Web Camera

26 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 26 U-Healthcare Service Scenario U-Hospital U-Healthcare Center Internet RG(AP) 8. Emergency Service Cellular Phone Wireless Internet 10. Provision of Contents Subscribed 1. Subscription of U-Healthcare Service 2. Data Collection 3. Emergency Alert 4. Transmit the Collected Data 7. Call the Emergency Service 9. Periodic Monitoring Home 5. Store Data 6. Analyze the Data 2. Data Collection 3. Emergency Alert 4. Transmit the Collected Data WiBEEM CDMA, GSM, or HSDPA FTTH

27 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 27 Healthcare Services WiBEEM

28 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 28 Conclusions WiBEEM protocol has unique features of supporting low power consumption, device mobility, and QoS. There are many examples of services that require device mobility and QoS. –Facility management –Healthcare Services –Disaster Prevention Enhancement of IEEE MAC has to be made that can support QoS and device mobility over mesh network. WiBEEM protocol is one of the possible candidates.

29 doc.: IEEE Submission November 2007 Suk-Hyun Song (NIA), and Ho-In Jeon (KWU) Slide 29 Acknowledgment This work has been supported partially by NIA(National Information Society Agency).


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