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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-11/0747r1 Submission May 2011 Minho Cheong, ETRISlide 1 Discussion Review of TGah Functional Requirements and Evaluation Methodology.

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-12/0299r4 Submission Mar 2012 Andrew Myles, CiscoSlide 1 IEEE 802 JTC1 Standing Committee March 2012 agenda 13 March 2102 Authors:

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/495r1 Submission July 2001 Jon Edney, NokiaSlide 1 Ad-Hoc Group Requirements Report Group met twice - total 5 hours Group size ranged.

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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-03/097r4 Submission July, 2003 CRL-UWB ConsortiumSlide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-16/0053 Submission Requirements for UL MU Transmission Jan, 2016 Arjun Bharadwaj, Qualcomm, et. al.Slide 1 Date: 2016-01-18 Authors:

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-10/0964r0 Submission September 2010 David Halasz, AclaraSlide 1 Smart Grid and Key Lengths Date: 2010-08-09 Authors:

to wrap a 128-bit key September 2010 David Halasz, AclaraSlide 4 doc.: IEEE 802.11-10/0964r0 Submission IEEE 802.11i and Draft NIST IR-7628 Using HMAC-SHA1 to derive a 128-bit key for CCMP (with a 64-bit MIC) / software and hardware) that can support increased key sizes and maintain needed performance should be preferred over those that cannot be changed in case a bit-strength reducing vulnerability is found in the cryptographic algorithm.” –“Over sizing cryptographic design (including but not limited to/


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Submission August 2004 doc.: IEEE 802.11-04/0935r1 S. Coffey, et al., WWiSE group Slide 1 WWiSE IEEE 802.11n Proposal August 13, 2004 Airgo Networks, Bermai,

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-12/0299r6 Submission Mar 2012 Andrew Myles, CiscoSlide 1 IEEE 802 JTC1 Standing Committee March 2012 agenda 13 March 2012 Authors:

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Doc.: IEEE 802.22-05/0044r3 Submission June 2005 Carl R. Stevenson, WK3C Wireless LLCSlide 1 [DRAFT] FCC ex parte presentation on WRAN IEEE P802.22 Wireless.

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-11/0357r0 Submission March 2011 Marc Emmelmann, Fraunhofer FOKUSSlide 1 A focused path torwards TGai D1.0 Date: 2011-03-14 Authors:

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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-04/0624r1 Submission Nov 2004 Dr. John R. Barr, MotorolaSlide 1 Project: IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks.

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-09/0161r1 Submission January 22, 2009 Rolf de Vegt (Qualcomm)Slide 1 802.11ac Usage Models Document Date: 2008-11-10 Authors:

single packet is noticeable by the renderer Packet Error requirements are derived based on expectations of “error free viewing” Below is a table deriving error-free interval from video rate and frame loss probability: Video Rate Packet Error RateExpected Error free / Environment: Metal narrow structure such as a bus or plane. Limited number of thin walls need to be penetrated, but many people and seats will cause some level of interference. doc.: IEEE 802.11-09/0161r1 Submission January 22, 2009 Rolf de/


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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/125r1 Submission May 2000 Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.Slide 1 Project: IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks.

limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable license from Bluetooth™ SIG to adopt or adapt and copy a portion of the Bluetooth™ Specification Version 1.0 Foundation to be used as base material in the IEEE Standards Project P802.15.1 (hereinafter referred to as the "Derivative/ Ad-Hoc WPAN Committee, Cleveland, 12/2/97 Source: http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/pub/1997/Dec97/Application_Matrix.doc -Ian doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/125r1 Submission May 2000 Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.Slide 9 IEEE Status – 7Apr00 From/


Doc.: IEEE 802.11-10/0505r1 Submission May 2010 Bruce Kraemer, MarvellSlide 1 Smart Grid Technology Information - May 2010 Date: 2010-5-05 Abstract: Information.

: –Include all protocol layer overhead in size of data transmitted –Derive performance bounds within stated assumptions Performance results and quantitative numbers are always related to a specific scenario including topology, traffic characteristics, and for a given technology –General performance trends emerge based on the relationship between the various performance metrics and the input parameters. doc.: IEEE 802.11-10/0505r1 Submission May 2010 Bruce Kraemer/


Doc.: IEEE 802.15-02/112r0 Submission February 2002 Dr Matthew Welborn, XtremeSpectrumSlide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal.

will contain low-complexity devices with potentially limited user interfaces and no Internet access WPANs are USER-CENTRIC, unlike WLANs which are primarily used to provide a wireless extension of a wired network infrastructure and all of its associated services Instead, /DEV requests shared key to be used for data privacy (encrypted using key derived from AK) Exchange takes place only between each DEV and the SM doc.: IEEE 802.15-02/112r0 Submission February 2002 Dr Matthew Welborn, XtremeSpectrumSlide /


Doc.: IEEE 802.15-04/0624r0 Submission Nov 2004 Dr. John R. Barr, MotorolaSlide 1 Project: IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks.

Pulse~LINK, Time Derivative, decaWave, Cingular For grant of the waiver: –WiMedia Alliance, Renesas, Time Domain, Philips, Focus, Cetecom, HP, WiLinx, Alereon, and Harris Other correspondence: –MBOA meeting (TI, Intel, Staccato) 23Sept2004 –Motorola presentation 28Sept2004 doc.: IEEE 802.15-04/ TAC that denial of the waiver will not disrupt their marketing plans A waiver effectively raises emissions limits –This should be done only through a transparent rulemaking, if at all Existing spectrum licensed users/


Doc.: IEEE 802.11-06/0623r0 Submission May 2006 Sood, Walker, ZhaoSlide 1 A Method to Protect TGr Reservation Scheme Notice: This document has been prepared.

an enforceable metering scheme that is applied to both over-the-air and over-the DS, or else remove reservation doc.: IEEE 802.11-06/0623r0 Submission May 2006 Sood, Walker, ZhaoSlide 6 Security Requirements Limit the number of APs at which reservations can be made by a / || R || C) where kdf is the 802.11r key derivation function, R is the STA’s random value, and C is the AzS’s challenge –K is an end-to-end key between STA and AzS Choose H n randomly and let C be the AzS challenge value. Then define H n–/


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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0567r6 Submission November 2005 Abraham, et.al.Slide 1 Simple Efficient Extensible Mesh (SEE-Mesh) Proposal Overview Date: 2005-11-07.

devices Two specific suggested authentication schemes: –Distributed: credentials derived from certificates or PSK Note: PSK limits security due to no ability to reliably identify source of messages (e.g. routing and other management info) –Centralized: AAA server directly accessible/state –Re-instating of stopped flows Remain awake after ATIM window depending on the control communication in it doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0567r6 Submission November 2005 Abraham, et.al.Slide 70 Reducing Beacon Power Consumption /


Doc.: IEEE 802.11-00/200 Submission September 2000 Ron Brockmann, Intersil Plug-n-Play Security in the Home & Small Business Ron Brockmann Intersil.

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-13/1283r0 Agenda October 2013 Rich Kennedy, BlackBerry CorporationSlide 1 IEEE 802.11 Regulatory SC DRAFT Teleconference Plan and Agenda.

view as important to researchers in arrangements to facilitate temporary access to spectrum for research and development purposes? October 2013 Rich Kennedy, BlackBerry CorporationSlide 12 doc.: IEEE 802.11-13/1283r0 Agenda Ofcom Consultation #2 TV White spaces: approach to/is not necessary given the proposed parameters for derivation of coupling gains in relation to PMSE coexistence calculations? Question T16: Do you have any comments on our proposed WSD emission limits in relation to PMSE use in channel 38/


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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-13/1245r0 Agenda September 2013 Rich Kennedy, BlackBerry CorporationSlide 1 IEEE 802.11 Regulatory SC DRAFT Teleconference Plan and Agenda.

What characteristics do you view as important to researchers in arrangements to facilitate temporary access to spectrum for research and development purposes? doc.: IEEE 802.11-13/1245r0 Agenda Ofcom Consultation #2 TV White spaces: approach to coexistence Publication date:/is not necessary given the proposed parameters for derivation of coupling gains in relation to PMSE coexistence calculations? Question T16: Do you have any comments on our proposed WSD emission limits in relation to PMSE use in channel 38/


Doc.: IEEE 802.11-09/0161r0 Submission January 21, 2009 Rolf de Vegt (Qualcomm)Slide 1 802.11ac Usage Models Starter Document Date: 2008-11-10 Authors:

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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-10/0505r0 Submission May 2010 Bruce Kraemer, MarvellSlide 1 Smart Grid Technology Information - May 2010 Date: 2010-5-05 Abstract: Information.

: –Include all protocol layer overhead in size of data transmitted –Derive performance bounds within stated assumptions Performance results and quantitative numbers are always related to a specific scenario including topology, traffic characteristics, and for a given technology –General performance trends emerge based on the relationship between the various performance metrics and the input parameters. doc.: IEEE 802.11-10/0505r0 Submission May 2010 Bruce Kraemer/


Doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1357r0 Submission November 2008 Guido R. Hiertz et al., PhilipsSlide 1 Simple improvement for EDCA usage in 802.11s Date: 2008-11-11.

hop networks DCF and EDCA use opportunistic medium access –1 st listen 2 nd transmit if free –Derived from ALOHA –/doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1357r0 Submission References (1) 802.11-2007, 9.2.5.3 Error recovery shall be attempted by retrying transmissions for frame exchange sequences that the initiating STA infers have failed. Retries shall continue, for each failing frame exchange sequence, until the transmission is successful, or until the relevant retry limit is reached, whichever occurs first. […] This SRC and/


© Ravi Sandhu www.list.gmu.edu The Secure Information Sharing Problem and Solution Approaches Ravi Sandhu Professor of Information Security and Assurance.

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Doc.:IEEE 802.11-01/540ar0 Submission November 2001 Albert Young, Bob OHara Slide 1 A Re-Key Proposal Albert Young 3Com Corporation Santa Clara, CA

required to re-key Does not require new MAC Management frame type Re-keying default and key mapping keys is done in the same fashion doc.:IEEE 802.11-01/540ar0 Submission November 2001 Albert Young, Bob OHara Slide 4 Assumptions/derived from each key sequence number There may be some future requirement for more keying material than is available from a single key sequence number This proposal does not require incrementing the key sequence number by 1, but by a fixed value No limit on keying material doc/


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