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1 IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee 41 Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks Briefing to SDR Forum Modeling Language for Mobility Work Group 14 September 2009 Mitch Kokar, MLM WG Chair Jim Hoffmeyer, Chair, IEEE , Vice Chair, IEEE

2 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 2 Outline Overview of IEEE SCC41 IEEE SCC41 Working Groups Relationships with Other Organizations –SDR Forum –ITU-R Future SCC41 Meetings and Additional Sources of Information Open Discussion Outline

3 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 3 IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee 41 Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks Standards Coordinating Committee Working Group: Definitions and Concepts Working Group: Coexistence Best Practices Working Group: Conformance Assurance Working Group: Cognitive Spectrum Management Working Group: Policy Architecture and Policy Language for DSA Working Group: Spectrum Sensing

4 4 IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee 41 Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks Scope This Standards Coordinating Committee will develop standards related to dynamic spectrum access networks. The focus is on improved use of spectrum. New techniques and methods of dynamic spectrum access require managing interference, coordination of wireless technologies and include network management and information sharing.

5 5 Role of SCC41 Catalyst for stakeholders to come together to address the DSA market Driver of consensus on technical approaches World-class standards-making venue Contributor to DSA regulations and policies

6 6 Meetings and Working Methods of SCC41 Three General Meetings Per Year At least one of these meetings will be held in a non-US location Committee or Working Group Meetings as Required Globally as appropriate Conference Calls Globally as appropriate Electronic Working Methods , reflectors, website…..

7 7 SCC41 Standards Project Acceptance Criteria 1. Broad market application Each SCC41 (P1900 series) standard shall address a well defined problem or need, be commercially relevant, have applicability to multiple market segments if possible, and cater to an open market where many produces and consumers can benefit. 2. Consistency Each SCC41 (P1900 series) standard shall be consistent with other SCC41 (P1900 series) standards in the series. 3. Distinct Identity Each SCC41 (P1900 series) standard shall have a distinct identity and does not substantially overlap or duplicate the work in other existing industry standards. 4. Achievable Scope Each SCC41 (P1900 series) project shall have the potential to produce a mature draft within 18 months of PAR approval. 5. Balanced and committed participation To uphold the IEEE-SA principle of open, balanced, consensus-based, inclusive participation, a project requesting approval shall be scrutinized for balance in the participants. This means that a diversity of stakeholders should be represented. Also, to ensure successful and timely completion of the standard, the project team shall demonstrate commitment to get the standard completed.

8 8 Membership Requirements Must apply for membership through the IEEE-SA MyProject website Must meet active participation requirements in at least one working group as defined by the Chair of the working group Must attend two out of three general meetings Must vote on two out of three ballots

9 9 IEEE SCC41 Membership Report As of October Members Interest Categories o Manufacturer33% o Academic/Research Institute31% o User15% o General13% o Unknown 8% Regional representation o Americas42% o Asia35% o Europe23%

10 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 10 Outline Overview of IEEE SCC41 IEEE SCC41 Working Groups Relationships with Other Organizations –SDR Forum –ITU-R Future SCC41 Meetings and Additional Sources of Information Open Discussion Outline

11 11 SCC41 Working Groups IEEE (Definitions and Concepts): Standard Definitions and Concepts for Spectrum Management and Advanced Radio System Technologies IEEE (Coexistence Best Practices): Recommended Practice for Interference and Coexistence Analysis IEEE (Conformance Assurance): Standard for Assessing the Spectrum Access Behavior of Radio Systems Employing Dynamic Spectrum Access Methods IEEE (Cognitive Spectrum Management): Standard for Architectural building blocks enabling network-device distributed decision making for optimized radio resource usage in heterogeneous wireless access networks IEEE (Policy Language for DSA): Standard on Policy Language and Policy Architectures for Managing Cognitive Radio for Dynamic Spectrum Access Applications IEEE (Spectrum Sensing): Standard on interfaces and data structures for exchanging spectrum sensing information for dynamic spectrum access systems

12 12 Status of SCC41 Working Groups PAR Approved 03/04/0503/20/0512/05/0712/06/0603/28/089/26/08 Initial Ballot - Open 09/07/0707/02/07Withdrawn9/8/08 Initial Ballot – Close 10/07/0708/03/0710/8/08 1 st Recirc – Close 04/17/0810/24/0710/26/08 2nd Recirc - Close 01/01/0811/22/08 RevCom Approval 04/10/0801/08/081/19/09 SASB Approval 06/12/0803/28/081/29/09 Published9/26/087/29/08 2/26/09 )

13 13 SCC41 and IEEE 1900.x Leadership SCC41 Chair – Hiroshi Harada (NICT, Japan) SCC41 Vice Chair – Klaus Nolte (Alcatel-Lucent, Germany) SCC41 Secretary – Bernie Eydt (Booz Allen Hamilton, USA) SCC41 Treasurer – (Oliver Holland, UK) P (Definitions and Concepts) - Jim Hoffmeyer (WTCI, USA) P (Coexistence Best Practices) - Stephen Berger (TEM Consulting USA) P (Conformance Assurance – Working Group is not active P (Cognitive Spectrum Management - Paul Houze (Orange, France) P (Policy Language for DSA) - Lynn Grande (General Dynamics, USA) P (Spectrum Sensing) - Klaus Moessner (University of Surrey, UK)

14 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 14 Outline Overview of IEEE SCC41 IEEE SCC41 Working Groups Relationships with Other Organizations –SDR Forum –ITU-R Future SCC41 Meetings and Additional Sources of Information Open Discussion Outline

15 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 15 IEEE SCC41 & SDR Forum SDR Forum is an entity member of IEEE-SA Several SDR Forum Directors/Officers are SCC41 members Many SDR Forum members are members of P1900 working groups and IEEE-SA Joint SDR Forum / IEEE SCC41 Definitions IEEE Working Group is working closely with the SDR Forum Modeling Language for Mobility Work Group (MLM) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between SDR Forum and IEEE SCC41 has been drafted and is being pursued by both organizations

16 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 16 IEEE SCC41 and ITU-R IEEE has submitted formal inputs to the ITU-R –Working Party 8A –Working Party 8F –Working Party 5A Inputs are submitted through designated IEEE/ITU-R liaison person Material submitted by IEEE has been incorporated into ITU-R Report M.2117, Software defined radio in the land mobile, amateur and amateur satellite services

17 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 17 Outline Overview of IEEE SCC41 IEEE SCC41 Working Groups Relationships with Other Organizations –SDR Forum –ITU-R Future SCC41 Meetings and Additional Sources of Information Open Discussion Outline

18 18 SCC 41 Future Meetings 2009 Meetings o 27 September – 1 October: IEEE HQ, Piscataway, NJ 2010 Meetings o San Diego, CA /Washington, DC (Joint with SDR Forum) o Delft University of Technology, Amsterdam, Netherlands (Tentative) o US Location TBD

19 19 Published IEEE 1900.x Standards Published IEEE 1900.x Standards (as of February 2009) o IEEE , Standard Definitions and Concepts for Dynamic Spectrum Access: Terminology Relating to Emerging Wireless Networks, System Functionality, and Spectrum Management o IEEE , Recommended Practice for the Analysis of In-Band and Adjacent Band Interference and Coexistence Between Radio Systems o IEEE , Architectural Building Blocks Enabling Network-Device Distributed Decision Making for Optimized Radio Resource Usage in Heterogeneous Wireless Access Networks How to purchase IEEE Standards o o Click on Standards at top-center of the page o Click on Purchase Standards on the left o Type in (or desired standard) on right and click on search

20 20 For More Information SCC41 Website Click on IEEE SCC41 Meeting Page on upper right to see a calendar of all meetings including both physical meetings and teleconference meetings of the 1900.x Working Groups Click on IEEE SCC41 Meeting Page on upper right to see a calendar of all meetings including both physical meetings and teleconference meetings of the 1900.x Working Groups

21 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 21 Outline Overview of IEEE SCC41 IEEE SCC41 Working Groups Relationships with Other Organizations –SDR Forum –ITU-R Future SCC41 Meetings and Additional Sources of Information Open Discussion Outline

22 Detailed Background Information IEEE 1900.x Working Groups

23 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 23 IEEE Working Group on Definitions and Concepts IEEE Title: Standard Definitions and Concepts for Dynamic Spectrum Access: Terminology Relating to Emerging Wireless Networks, System Functionality, and Spectrum Management P Scope: This standard provides definitions and explanations of key concepts in the fields of spectrum management, cognitive radio, policy-defined radio, adaptive radio, software-defined radio, and related technologies. The document goes beyond simple, short definitions by providing amplifying text that explains these terms in the context of the technologies that use them. The document also describes how these technologies interrelate and create new capabilities while at the same time providing mechanisms supportive of new spectrum management paradigms such as dynamic spectrum access. Purpose: New concepts and technologies are rapidly emerging in the fields of spectrum management, policy-defined radio, adaptive radio, software-defined radio, reconfigurable radio, and networks and related technologies. Many of the terms used do not have precise definitions or have multiple definitions. This document facilitates the development of these technologies by clarifying the terminology and how these technologies relate to each other. Status: Published 26 September 2008

24 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 24 Objectives of the IEEE Standard P is a repository of KEY definitions for SCC 41 –P includes global definitions, i.e., terms that cross SCC 41 WG boundaries –P should not include local definitions, i.e., there are some definitions that are provided in documents produced by another IEEE 1900 WG that are not needed in IEEE P if they do not involve multiple WGs. Informative Text –Because of the complexity of some of the terms and the interrelationship of many of the terms, informative text is provided to elaborate on key concepts.

25 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 25 Sources of New Definitions in the IEEE Standard New terms and associated definitions generated by IEEE New definitions generated by IEEE for existing terms New terms and definitions generated by other WGs under SCC 41 –Example: Study Group A generated a definition for the term Spectrum Access Behavior Inclusion of Terms and Definitions from other organizations (e.g., ITU, IEEE, regulatory bodies) –Subjective judgment was used as to what external terms to include; the guiding principle is that inclusion of these external definitions adds to the completeness of the document –Example: Definition for SDR includes the FCC and ITU-R definitions as well as the preferred IEEE 1900 definition. –Some existing IEEE definitions are quoted; in other cases, a new definition for an existing IEEE term is created with a footnote explaining why an additional definition is required for the dynamic spectrum access context.

26 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 26 Major Sections in the IEEE Standard 1.Overview 2.Definitions of Advanced Radio System Concepts (Normative) 3.Definitions of Radio System Functional Capabilities (Normative) 4.Definitions of Network Techniques that Support Advanced Radio System Technologies (Normative) 5.Spectrum Management Definitions (Normative) 6.Glossary of Auxiliary Terms (Normative) Annex A: Implications of Advanced Radio System Technologies for Spectrum Management (Informative) Annex B: Explanatory Notes on Advanced Radio System Technologies and Advanced Spectrum Management Concepts (Informative) Annex D: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations (Informative) Annex D: Bibliography (informative)

27 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 27 IEEE Working Group on Coexistence Best Practices Title: Recommended Practice for the Analysis of In-Band and Adjacent Band Interference and Coexistence Between Radio Systems Scope of the IEEE Standard –This standard will provide technical guidelines for analyzing the potential for coexistence or in contrast interference between radio systems operating in the same frequency band or between different frequency bands. Purpose of the IEEE –New concepts and technologies are rapidly emerging in the fields of spectrum management, policy defined radio, adaptive radio and software defined radio. A primary goal of these initiatives is to improve spectral efficiency. This standard will provide guidance for the analysis of coexistence and interference between various radio services. Status: Published 29 July 2008

28 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 28 IEEE Working Group On Conformance Assurance Scope: –The scope of this standard is to specify techniques for testing and analysis to be used during compliance and evaluation of radio systems with dynamic spectrum access (DSA) capability. The standard also specifies radio system design features that simplify the evaluation challenge. Purpose: –While there has been vigorous research on and prototyping of radio systems with dynamic spectrum access (DSA), the potential for deployment may be affected by the ability of regulatory agencies and industry stakeholders to verify that a system conforms to applicable technical and policy requirements. This standard focuses on RF system test to make to feasible to provide such assurance. Status: Work on this standard has been suspended.

29 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 29 IEEE Working Group on Cognitive Spectrum Management Title: Architectural Building Blocks Enabling Network-Device Distributed Decision Making for Optimized Radio Resource Usage in Heterogeneous Wireless Access Networks Scope –The standard defines the building blocks comprising Network resource managers, Device resource managers, The information to be exchanged between the building blocks, for enabling coordinated network-device distributed decision making which will aid in the optimization of radio resource usage, including spectrum access control, in heterogeneous wireless access networks. The standard is limited to the architectural and functional definitions at a first stage. The corresponding protocols definition related to the information exchange will be addressed at a later stage. Purpose –The purpose is to improve overall composite capacity and quality of service of wireless systems in a multiple Radio Access Technologies (RATs) environment, by defining an appropriate system architecture and protocols which will facilitate the optimization of radio resource usage, in particular, by exploiting information exchanged between network and mobile Terminals, whether or not they support multiple simultaneous links and dynamic spectrum access. Status: First standard in this series was published FEB 2009; Work has started on subsequent standards in the family.

30 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 30 IEEE P Working Group on Policy Architecture and Policy Languages Title: Standard on Policy Language and Policy Architectures for Managing Cognitive Radio for Dynamic Spectrum Access Applications Scope: This standard defines a set of policy languages, and their relation to policy architectures, for managing the functionality and behavior of cognitive radios for dynamic spectrum access applications in a vendor- independent fashion. Purpose: The purpose of this standard is to define a policy language (or a set of policy languages or dialects), and their relation to policy architectures, for specifying interoperable, vendor-independent control of Cognitive Radio functionality and behavior for Dynamic Spectrum Access resources and services. This standard will also define policy language, architecture, and their relation with each other with respect to the needs of at least the following constituencies: the regulator, the operator, and the network equipment manufacturer. Status: Goal is for completion by April 2010

31 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 31 P Draft Standard Outline 1Overview 1.1Scope 1.2Purpose 1.3Document Overview 2Normative References 3Definitions 4Use Cases 4.1Network Reachback 4.2Opportunistic Spectrum Environment [XG & TV whitespace] 4.3Licensed Spectrum Environment [P1900.4] 5Policy System Architecture Requirements 5.1General Architecture Requirements 5.2Policy Management Requirements 5.3Requirements Related to Data Handling 5.4Requirements for Access Control Policies 6Policy Language and Ontology Requirements 6.1Language Expressiveness 6.2Reasoning

32 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 32 IEEE P Overview In addition to the SCC41 General Meetings, the IEEE has 2 – 3 F2F meetings a year and 1-2 telecons a month. Three subgroups identified to focus work: –Policy Architecture Ad Hoc –Policy Language Ad Hoc –Use Case Analysis Ad Hoc Ad Hoc Groups meet via teleconference approximately twice per month. There is heavy participation in the ad hoc groups by key people in the SDR Forum

33 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 33 IEEE P Status The Ad Hoc Groups have developed System Engineering Documents (SEDs) on Policy Architecture, Policy Language, and Definitions. Work is in progress to integrate these SEDs into the initial version of the draft P Standard entitled, IEEE Standard on Policy Architectures and Policy Language for Managing Cognitive Radio Systems and Networks Employing Dynamic Spectrum Access. Target completion date: April 2010

34 14 September 2009 Informal Briefing to SDR Forum MLM Work Group 34 IEEE Working Group on Spectrum Sensing Scope: –The intended standard defines the information exchange between spectrum sensors and their clients in radiocommunication systems. The logical interface and supporting data structures used for information exchange are defined abstractly without constraining the sensing technology, client design, or data link between sensor and client. Purpose: –The purpose of this intended standard is to make development and evolution of spectrum sensors independent of the development and evolution of other system functions. To alleviate the limitations of spectrum availability for new technologies evolution of the regulatory regimes is needed. Changes to the regulatory environment will require reliable dependable trusted spectrum sensing capabilities that are fundamental to any advanced radio systems application. Recently proposed advanced radio systems based on sensing technology combine sensing and the protocols and cognitive engines that use the sensing results into proprietary architectures. This model of development reduces innovation and limits the opportunities for integrating new component technologies for better system performance. Further the results of sensing extend beyond the activities of a single system and are ideally integrated into the larger spectrum management process to including the development of spectrum use monitoring and enforcement activities. Many different sensing techniques have been defined so far, there has been no effort to ensure interoperability between sensors and clients provided by different manufacturers. Sensing techniques have been defined without considering their compatibility with other existing solutions. This group develops a standard that defines the interfaces and data structures required for exchange of sensing related information. The resulting standard will provide a formal definition of data structures and interfaces for exchange of sensing related information Status: Work is continuing at a rapid pace; completion expected by FEB 2010.


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