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doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [DSSS UWB Radio System] Date Submitted: [January 2005] Source: [Saeid Safavi and Ismail Lakkis ] Company [Wideband Access, Inc.] Address [10225 Barnes Canyon Road, Suite A209, San Diego, CA] Voice:[ ], FAX: [ ], Re: [Response to Call for Proposals] Abstract: [This document describes Wideband Access Inc.s approach for the TG4a alternate PHY] Purpose:[Preliminary Proposal for the IEEE a Standard] 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
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 2 Wideband Access, Inc. Preliminary Proposal for IEEE a Alternate PHY DSSS UWB Radio System Saeid Safavi & Ismail Lakkis
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 3 Proposal Summary A robust direct sequence spread spectrum radio with large processing gains is proposed. Despite its robustness the radio has a very simple and implementable architecture which is anticipated to support the size, cost and power consumption requirements of the altPHY. Using DSSS, channel coding and a high receiver sensitivity, the system provides extended coverage well beyond 30 m. The radio design supports all of the technical requirements of TG4a.
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 4 Advantages Simple Architecture: –Facilitates manufacturability and time to market Low Power Consumption: –Low rate ADC –CMOS technology Low Cost: –Single chip implementation Small Size: –Compact architecture –Minimal usage of external components Extended Range: –Large processing gain –Improved receiver sensitivity –FEC Resistant to Interference, Multipath and Frequency Offsets Proven Location Awareness Methodology
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 5 System Block Diagram 2 Stage Spreading ~ BPF Information Bits A Integrator (1 st Despreader) BPF Recovered Bits LNA TbTb * BPSK Mod & Channel Coding Gcps 1kb/s-1Mb/s 4 GHz (50 ppm) Differential Detector Radio Channel Template Generator 4 GHz (50 ppm) (Transmitter) (Receiver) Integrator (2 nd Despreader) Channel Decoding & Data Detection ADC
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 6 Distinctive Radio Features Data Rates: 1 kb/s to 1Mb/s BW: 1.8 GHz (3.1 – 4.9 GHz) Chip Rate: Gcps Local Oscillator Offset: 50 ppm High Processing Gain: 30 1 Mb/s to 60 1kb/s Link Margin: 3 dB gain over OOK Extended Range: due to large processing gain, low sensitivity and FEC the range is significantly larger than 30 m Robust: robustness against noise and phase reversal errors, and high interference resistance due to large processing gain Low Levels of Interference to other systems: Due to the usage of DSSS with large processing gains Single low-power CMOS chip ADC operation at bit rate (rather than chip rate) and Small Size ADC (1- 2 bit) Simple and Cheap Implementation (no expensive components such as SAW filters, etc.) Wide Dynamic Range High Frequency Efficiency: due to efficient use of frequency within the band Precise Ranging Procedure: based on TOA Simple Signal Acquisition and Synchronization Support of large LO offsets: due to the differential detection Scheme Support of Intra-cell mobility Low Interchip Interference: An excellent code cross-correlation through usage of a subset of Kasami codes
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 7 Properties of Kasami Sequences The small set of Kasami sequences is an optimal set of binary sequences with respect to the Welch Bound For 1 Mbps: –Sequence length:1023 –Number of possible sequences 32 –Max. Autocorrelation SLL: 33 –Max. Cross-correlation level: 33 For lower data rates a 2 nd level of spreading is introduced using the same set of Kasami sequences (further increasing the processing gain)
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 8 Link Budget Parameter MandatoryOptional Peak payload bit rate (R b ) 1 kb/s1000 Kb/s Average Tx power ( P t ) dBm Tx antenna gain ( G t )0 dBi Geometric center frequency of waveform ( f c )3.944 GHz Path loss at 1 meter ( L 1 )44.36 dB Path loss at d m ( L d ) dB at d = 30 m dB at d = 10 m Rx antenna gain ( G r )0 dBi Rx power ( P r ) dBm dBm Average noise power per bit: ( ) dBm dBm Rx Noise Figure ( )7 dB Average noise power per bit ( ) dBm dBm Minimum E b /N 0 ( S )8 dB Implementation Loss ( I )3 dB Link Margin41.89 dB21.44 dB Proposed Min. Rx Sensitivity Level dBm dBm
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 9 Coexistence and Interference Susceptibility Due to the usage of a simple DSSS scheme with no frequency or time hopping, the interference to the neighboring systems is minimal (resulting in low levels of both instantaneous as well as average interference). satisfying the TG4as coexistence requirements DSSS with large processing gain would also ensures robustness against interfering devices, hence a high interference susceptibility.
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 10 Location Strategy The location strategy is based on Time of Arrival (TOA). This method involves measuring the time of arrival of a known signal from the mobile device at three or more reference nodes. The position can be calculated at the server location based on hyperbolic trilateration. More specifically, the location estimate is derived from the value of the Geometric Time Difference (GTD) between the time of arrivals at each node and a known time reference.
doc.: IEEE a Submission Januay 2005 Safavi &i Lakkis, Wideband Access, Inc.Slide 11 Conclusions The DSSS system proposed herein is a simple and implementable radio that through its counter measures against, fading, noise and interference can provide the robustness and extended range (well above 30 m) required by TG4a. The location awareness methodology based on TOA provides a precision ranging capability. This system can be integrated in a compact CMOS chip with minimal external components and hence is a small-size, low- cost device. This combined with the radio robustness and location accuracy can support various a applications. The simplicity and the proven modulation techniques used ensures feasibility and scalability of the radio. FFDs and RFDs for different applications can be supported due to the scalability provided by a long range of spreading codes.