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May 2005 Slide 1 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Abbie Mathew, NewLANS Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks Submission Title: [Status report of the subgroup on channel modeling] Date Submitted: [May 19, 2005] Source: [Abbie Mathew] Company [NewLANS, Inc.] Address [238 Littleton Road, Westford, MA 01886-3531, U.S.A.] Voice: [(617) 283-1363], E-Mail: [email@example.com] Re:  Abstract: [Update of activities in the channel modeling sub-group and call for participation] Purpose:[Contribution to 802.15 TG3c at May 2005 meeting in Cairns, Australia] Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. 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 P802.15.
May 2005 Slide 2 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Objective Develop channel models based on applications submitted in response to the CFA. Abbie Mathew, NewLANS
May 2005 Slide 3 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Status Sixteen conference calls to date Tasks completed Classified applicationsClassified applications Reviewed 59 papers and classified themReviewed 59 papers and classified them Refer to document 148 for details Classified channels and operating environmentClassified channels and operating environment Abbie Mathew, NewLANS
May 2005 Slide 4 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Profile of Applications # Description of Applications Outdoor Document Number 1 Vertically connected wireless link, fixed wireless access LOS, simplex Data rate: ? Range: ≤ 33 m Analog signal 6, 92, 352, 649 2 Fixed wireless access, distribution in stadiums, apartments, etc. LOS P2P, P2MP Data rate: 156 Mbps to ≥ 1 Gbps Range: 220 m to 1 km 118, 153, 352 3 Inter-vehicle communication LOS, FDD P2P Data rate: 1.25 Gbps duplex Range: 10 m 19, 352 Abbie Mathew, NewLANS.. continued..
May 2005 Slide 5 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Profile of Applications # Description of Applications Indoor Document Number 4 Gigabit Ethernet link, wireless IEEE1394, wireless USB Wireless home video server connected to HDTV, PC and other video devices LOS, FDD Data rate: 400 Mbps to 3.2 Gbps Range: ≤ 17 m 19, 348, 351, 653, 665 5 Connecting multimedia devices (wireless home link), ad-hoc meeting, heavy content download, distribution system LOS, TDD Data rate: ≥ 1 Gbps Range: ~ 10m 97, 98, 118, 153, 155, 156, 351, 352, 514 6 Small office/meeting scenario, general office applications, PowerPoint applications LOS and NLOS OFDM Data Rate: ≤ 200 Mbps Range: 2 to 4 m Space diversity 141 Abbie Mathew, NewLANS
May 2005 Slide 6 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Operating Environment EnvironmentModel Indoor Enterprise Convention center A Open office Warehouse Intra closed office B Residential Intra closed room Enterprise Inter closed office C Residential Inter closed room Enterprise Train - platform link ? Outdoor Enterprise Campus DStadium Residential Home-to-home Utility pole-to-home MDU vertical link Limit distance to 300 m (1 μs) Bruce to look into effects on the MAC efficiency
May 2005 Slide 7 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Model Classification ModelMultipath Obstruction in LOS Doppler A Light to moderate Humans, walls, etc. Some: ≤ 3 m/s BHeavy Humans, walls, etc. Some: ≤ 3 m/s C Very heavy Humans, walls, etc. Some: ≤ 3 m/s D Very light to moderate Atmospheric particulates, glass, etc. None Abbie Mathew, NewLANS
May 2005 Slide 8 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Qualification of Data Rate Specify if the data rate is at the PHY SAP or PMD SAP Any reference to data rate will assume simplex link as existing 802.15.3 MAC only supports TDD Abbie Mathew, NewLANS
May 2005 Slide 9 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Next Action Items Address following issues: Antenna and channel model -> Su-KhiongAntenna and channel model -> Su-Khiong Measured dataMeasured data Effect on MAC efficiency for 300 m link distance (environment D) -> BruceEffect on MAC efficiency for 300 m link distance (environment D) -> Bruce Simulate models in mathlabSimulate models in mathlab Preliminary work just started -> Shahriar Preliminary work just started -> Shahriar Develop a channel model document Review cycle Submit at IEEE meeting in Garden Grove in September Abbie Mathew, NewLANS
May 2005 Slide 10 doc.: IEEE 802.15-05/295r0 Submission Conference Call Request your active participation – join us! Next weekly meeting is on May 24 ‘05, Tuesday Dial-in number: +(641) 985-8000 Access code: 657719# Time Eastern Standard Time: 8 PM, TuesdayEastern Standard Time: 8 PM, Tuesday Mountain Time: 5 PM, TuesdayMountain Time: 5 PM, Tuesday Pacific Standard Time: 5 PM, TuesdayPacific Standard Time: 5 PM, Tuesday Japan, South Korea: 9 AM, WednesdayJapan, South Korea: 9 AM, Wednesday Abbie Mathew, NewLANS