DOCUMENT #:GSC15-GRSC8-nn FOR:Presentation SOURCE:ARIB (Osamu Kagami, NTT) AGENDA ITEM:GRSC8 4.1 CONTACT(S):email@example.com ARIB Standards Development for Wireless Access systems ARIB (Osamu Kagami, NTT) Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) GSC-15 1
Highlight of Current Activities (1) 5 working groups (including 4 technical working groups) have been constituted in MMAC Forum to make technical investigation, study on system specifications, liaison with other standardization bodies, promotion of demonstrative experiments and popularization activities. 1.Promotion-WG Planning and managing promotion and popularization activities of the Forum 2.MMAC802.11-WG (ARIB STD-T71) Study on the high throughput WLANs (> 1Gbps) that are under development in IEEE 802.11 TGac and TGad Liaison with IEEE802.11 for updating ARIB STD-T71(TGn etc.) 3.UWB-WG (ARIB STD-T91) Investigation of interference mitigation function for UWB system in Europe and Japan Experimental test of the propagation of UWB system considering real environments Exchange of information regarding the interference mitigation function among Asian countries 4.mmWPAN-WG Study on standardization of millimeter-wave wireless PAN Making a draft standard of millimeter- wave wireless PAN in Japan MMAC: Multimedia Mobile Access Communications System mmWPAN: Millimeter-wave Wireless Personal Area Network 2
Highlight of Current Activities (2) 3 5.Wide Area Ubiquitous Network (WAUN) -WG Study on the WAUN system Motivational research of sensor and/or actuator communications Studies of system requirements and technical specifications of the system Contribution to the allocation of the radio frequency spectrum for the system Developing a standard of the WAUN system Whats the WAUN system? It is the large cell-based public mobile wireless access system for sensor and actuator communications. It supports a variety of service applications that handle small amounts of data at comparatively long intervals such as automation and efficiency enhancement of business works, environment observation, remote control of plant facilities and social security.
Strategic Direction Further studies of technical specifications of the WAUN system toward a development of the ARIB standard Air interface to keep communication capacity, quality and security that are suitable for sensor and/or actuator communications Technologies to provide economical communication services with simple, small and inexpensive wireless terminal Activities toward the global harmonization Establishment of ITU-R recommendation/report New question was already set up as Question ITU-R 250/5. Investigation of the similar activities and directions in other standardization bodies and countries IoT (Internet of Things) project in China SUN (Smart Utility Network) in IEEE802.15.4g Smart Grid, Smart metering (ETSI TC M2M), etc. 4
Challenges Wide Area Ubiquitous Network-WG will contribute towards Making ITU-R recommendation/report on: the technical and operational requirements, and the feasibility studies of sensor and/or actuator communications. Developing fundamental technical documents for: the frequency allocation for WAUN system in Japan, and the revision of Japanese Radio Regulations. 5
Next Steps/Actions Wide Area Ubiquitous Network-WG Studies on technical specifications of WAUN system Development of ARIB standard in FY2012 6
What is MMAC? Objective To realize MMAC (Multimedia Mobile Access Communication Systems) through investigations of system specifications, demonstrative experiment, information exchange and popularization activities and thereby contribute to the efficient use of radio frequency spectrum. Activities 1.Investigation 2.Study on system specifications 3.Demonstrative experiment 4.Information exchange and popularization activities 5.Other business Establishment December 4, 1996 8
Organization General Assembly Officers-Members Executive Committee Steering Committee Promotion-WG MMAC802.11-WG UWB-WG mmWPAN-WG Wide Area Ubiquitous Network-WG 9
Target specifications of MMAC Wireless Access System Service area Public space, Private space (outdoor, indoor) Connected networks, Interface Public network, Private network (Ethernet, ATM, IEEE1394 etc.) Information rateUp to 1Gbps Terminal equipmentPCs and Audio Visual Equipments etc. Mobility Still or pedestrian (with hand-over) Radio frequency bands Micro-wave band and millimeter-wave band BandwidthUp to 1,000MHz Bit error rate Equivalent to wire line networks (around 10 -6 to 10 -8 ) 10
MMAC Forum coverage area MBWA(IEEE802.20) Next generation PHS 802.11b Millimeter wave (IEEE802.15.3c) UWB PAN LAN MAN Cellular System Coverage area 100k Information rate 1M10M100M1G10G ZigBee(IEEE802.15.4) Bluetooth(IEEE802.15.1) IEEE802.11802.11a/g802.11n802.11ac/802.11ad HiSWANaHiSWANb Wireless1394 FWA(IEEE802.16a 16e) PHS The 3rd generation (3G: W-CDMA, CDMA2000 1X, etc) The 3.5th generation (3.5G: HSPA, EV-DO) The 3.9th generation (3.9G: LTE, UMB) Beyond 3rd generation MMAC area The 4th generation IMT-Advance MMAC area Wide area ubiquitous network 11
Target Layer MMAC 802.11 UWBmmWPAN Wide Area Ubiquitous Network 7 Application 6 Presentation 5 Session 4 Transport 3 Network 2 Data Link (LLC) 2 Data link (MAC) 1 Physical Layer WG 12
Schedule Study on TGn Study on WLAN, drafting a revision of T71, etc. Liaison with IEEE802.15.3c Drafting a standard of mm WPAN in Japan FY2009FY2010FY2011 802.11-WG Study on TGac and TGad UWB-WG Study on interference mitigation function for UWB Experimental test of propagation of UWB Exchange of information regarding the interference mitigation function among standard-setting organizations. Drafting a revision of T91 mmWPAN -WG Study on Wide Area Ubiquitous Network Study on techniques for Wide Area Ubiquitous Network Study for establishment of ITU-R recommendation for the Wide Area Ubiquitous Network Wide Area Ubiquitous NW-WG 13
MMAC Members Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute national Agilent Technologies Japan, Ltd. Atheros Communications, Inc. BUFFALO INC. CANON INC. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. DATATrak Co., Ltd. DENSO CORPORATION France Telecom Japan Co., Ltd. FUJITSU LIMITED FUJITSU TEN LIMITED Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. Futaba Corporation Hitachi Kokusai Electric Inc. Hitachi, Ltd. IBM Japan, Ltd. Icom Inc. Intel Corporation Iwatsu Electric Co., Ltd. Japan Radio Co., Ltd. Kandenko Co., Ltd. The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. KDDI CORPORATION Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Motorola Japan Ltd. Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Nassua Solutions Corporation NEC Corporation NEC Infrontia Corporation NIHON DEMPA KOGYO CO., LTD. NIHON DENGYO KOSAKU CO., LTD. as of Jun. 28, 2010. 69 members (incl. special members) NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORPORATION NTT DoCoMo, Inc. NTT Electronics Corporation Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. Panasonic Corporation Panasonic Electric Works Co., Ltd. Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. Pioneer Corporation QUALCOMM Incorporated Renesas Electronics Corporation Ricoh Co., Ltd. SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. SAXA, Inc. SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION SOFTBANK MOBILE Corp. Sony Corporation SOSHIN ELECTRIC CO., LTD. SUMITOMO ELECTRIC DEVICE INNOVATIONS, INC. Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd. TDK Corporation Telecom Engineering Center Toho Technology Corporation The Tokyo Electric Power Company, Incorporated Toshiba Corporation TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOYOTA Info Technology Center Co., Ltd. TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION UM-Services, Ltd. Wisair Ltd. YAGI ANTENNA INC. Yokogawa Electric Corporation 16
System configuration of WAUN 17 AP WT TE WT TE WT TE WT TE AP WT TE WT TE Public IP- network GW Outdoor Indoor (pico/femto cell) Air interface for study GW: Gateway AP: Access Point WT: Wireless Terminal TE: Terminal equipment for users
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