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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-04/312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless.

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1 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [ Applications and usage scenarios for Mesh-WPAN ] Date Submitted: [01 July, 2004] Source: [Yunpeng Zang, Guido R. Hiertz] Company [ComNets, Chair of Communication Networks, Aachen University], [ Jörg Habetha ] Company [Philips Research, Aachen, Germany] Address [Kopernikusstr. 16, Aachen D-52074, Germany] Voice:[ ], FAX: [ ], [ Re: [Applications and usage scenarios for mesh wpan, Document number ] Abstract:[Applications and usage scenarios for the Mesh WPAN] Purpose:[Response to TG5 CFA. To present the applications and scenarios for WPAN with mesh topology and give the idea on how the mesh topology can help WPANs on the performance] 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 /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 2 Applications and Usage scenarios for MESH-WPAN Yunpeng Zang, Guido R. Hiertz ComNets Chair of Communication Networks Aachen University Germany Jörg Habetha Philips Research Aachen Germany

3 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 3 Outline Motivation of using Mesh networks in WPAN Applications for Mesh-WPAN Scenario descriptions Characters expected in Mesh-WPAN

4 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 4 Motivation of using Mesh in WPAN Short range/coverage of WPAN –Multihop connection Connectivity & reliability –Route redundancy Self-organization & ease of use –Fast network configuration Power limitation of battery powered devices –Short transmission range & fewer retransmission Multimedia performance –Higher throughput –Better QoS support

5 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 5 Applications for Mesh-WPAN Cable replacement –Multimedia home network –Interconnection PC & peripherals Mobility oriented –Interconnection among handheld devices –Temporarily & rapidly set-up mesh network –Indoor location based services –Sensor networks

6 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 6 Multimedia home network Consumer Electronics (CE) –Video HDTV, DVD –Audio HiFi stream, VoIP –Interactive Gaming Mesh for –High throughput with QoS –Coverage extension with multihop Single- or multi- room residential environment

7 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 7 Interconnection among PC and peripherals PC and peripherals –Human Interface Device (HID) –Local file transfer –Printing –Content download (camera) Single room or small office Mesh for –Potentially improving the network capacity

8 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 8 Interconnection among handheld devices WPAN anywhere Mesh for –network reliability –power saving Handheld devices –Audio (cordless headset) –Content download (MP3 player, photo camera) –Internet file transfer & audio/video streaming (PDA, cell phone)

9 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 9 Temporarily and rapidly set-up mesh network Portable devices & handhelds –VoIP,Video (emergency event) –Desktop sharing (Netmeeting) Meeting room Outdoor environment Mesh for –Range Extension –Reliability

10 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 10 Indoor location based services Mesh WPAN with pre- equipped points (service providers) for –Fast network organization –Higher throughput Mass of moving users Rooms or sections –Museum –Exhibition –Shopping mall Handheld devices –File transfer (location based information distribution) –VoIP / Streaming (location based multimedia guidance)

11 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 11 Scenario description Traffic load or data rate (applications) DelayPower issue Multimedia home network 100+Mb/s (Interactive Gaming ), 24Mb/s (HDTV), 9.8Mb/s (DVD), 20~150kb/s (VoIP) <10ms (interactive gaming) <30ms (VoIP) Wire powered Cable replacement among PC & peripherals 480 Mb/s (USB 2.0) but typical rates of 30Mb/s(local file transfer), 11Mb/s (content download), 10k~2Mb/s (HID connection) <10ms (HID)Wire powered & battery powered Interconnection among handheld devices 11Mb/s (content download), 100k~4Mb/s (internet video/audio streaming) <200ms (internet streaming) Battery powered Temporarily & rapidly set-up mesh network 1Mb/s (internet file transfer), 500kb/s (Netmeeting/desktop sharing), 20~150kb/s (VoIP) <30ms (VoIP)Battery powered (less critical) Indoor location based service 1Mb/s (internet file transfer), 64k~320kb/s per user (Internet streaming) <200ms (internet streaming) Wired supplied service providers & battery powered user devices

12 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 12 Scenario description (cont.) Mobility & topology change Ease of use & deployment Mesh for Multimedia home network Stationary or low mobility (VoIP) Highly desiredHigh throughput Coverage extension Cable replacement among PC & peripherals StationarySelf-organized, Configurable by user High throughput Interconnection among handheld devices Frequently changing topology Self-organized, Configurable by user Power saving Rapidly & temporarily set-up mesh network Low mobility with frequently changing topology Self-organized, Configurable by user Connectivity Reliability Fast establishment Indoor location based service Low mobility with frequently changing topology Self-organized with pre-equipped service points Reliability High throughput

13 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 13 Characters expected in Mesh-WPAN Multihop function Coverage extension Layer 2.5 routing ability Connectivity & reliability Highly efficient MAC layer For all Power management & transmission power control Power saving & topology control Ranging function support by UWB physical layer Location based services

14 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 14 Thank you for you attention

15 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 15 Backup slides

16 doc.: IEEE /312r0 Submission July 2004 Yunpeng Zang, ComNets, Aachen University (RWTH)Slide 16 Classification of (local) Wireless Applications Cable replacement (designed to replace the corresponding wired system) –Long distance & vast broadcast (satellite, microwave relay & TV radio broadcast) –Home network (high speed video, audio streaming, cordless telephone) –Office network (internet access, file sharing, media streaming) –Public internet access (hotspot access points) –Connections among PC & peripherals (wireless USB, wireless 1394, HID) Mobility oriented (can not be replaced by wired systems) –Interconnection of handheld devices (PDA, handheld) –User location based service (cell phone, GPS, indoor location based service) –Ad hoc network for public security & group events (emergency rescue, temporary meeting environment, tourism group) –Remote control & monitor system (sensor network)


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