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Document Number: Date Submitted: Source: Venue: Base Contribution: Purpose: Notice: This document does not represent the agreed views of the IEEE 802.16 Working Group or any of its subgroups. It represents only the views of the participants listed in the Source(s) field above. It is offered as a basis for discussion. It is not binding on the contributor(s), who reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release: The contributor grants a free, irrevocable license to the IEEE to incorporate material contained in this contribution, and any modifications thereof, in the creation of an IEEE Standards publication; to copyright in the IEEEs name any IEEE Standards publication even though it may include portions of this contribution; and at the IEEEs sole discretion to permit others to reproduce in whole or in part the resulting IEEE Standards publication. The contributor also acknowledges and accepts that this contribution may be made public by IEEE 802.16. Patent Policy: The contributor is familiar with the IEEE-SA Patent Policy and Procedures: and. Further information is located at and. Power Saving Management for IEEE 802.16m C802.16m-08/567 2008-07-07 Chung-Hsien Hsustanley.firstname.lastname@example.org Yih-Shen Chenyihshen.email@example.com Paul Chengpaul.firstname.lastname@example.org MediaTek Inc. No.1, Dusing Rd. 1, Hsinchu Science-Based Industrial Park, Hsinchu, Taiwan 300, R.O.C. IEEE 802.16m-08/024 Call for Comments and Contributions on Project 802.16m System Description Document (SDD) In response to the topic: Upper MAC concepts and methods (power management) N/A To be discussed and adopted by TGm for the 802.16m SDD
Introduction The TGm SRD (IEEE 802.16m-07/002r4) specifies –Section 6.11 Enhanced Power Saving IEEE 802.16m shall provide support for enhanced power saving functionality to help reduce power consumption in devices for all services and applications. The TGm SDD (IEEE 802.16m-08/003r3) specifies –Section 6.3.2 Sleep During sleep mode, MS can do power saving during traffic interval This contribution discusses and proposes different types of the power saving class for different service types, including –PSC of type II for UGS and RT-VR service –PSC of type IV for ERT-VR service –PSC of type I for BE and NRT-VR service –PSC of type III for multicast as well as for management operations
Service Type Comparison All the traffic can be generally classified into five service types –Real-time constant bit-rate (e.g., T1/E1 and VoIP without silence suppression) –Extended real-time variable bit-rate (e.g., VoIP with silence suppression) –Real-time variable bit-rate (e.g., MPEG video) –Non-real time variable bit-rate (e.g., FTP, HTTP) –Best effort (e.g., E-mail) RT-CBRERT-VRRT-VRNRT-VRBE Data generated interval Periodic Dynamic Packet size Fixed Fixed/ dynamic Dynamic Delay sensitivity High MiddleLow
Power Saving Class Consideration Power saving class (PSC) –A group of connections that have common demand properties –PSC shall be designed to enhance the power saving –PSC shall be designed to mimic the characteristics of the service type (e.g., data generated interval, packet size, and delay sensitivity) Four types of PSC are proposed and summarized as follows Sleep cycle = listening interval + sleep interval
PSC of Type II for 16m System Recommend for connections of RT-CBR, RT-VR type –T1/E1, VoIP without silence suppression, and MPEG video Design concepts –Fixed sleep cycle length for periodic data generation –Fixed/dynamic listening interval for fixed/variable-size packets –Insert sleep offset in the head of the sleep mode Consider the waiting time for entering the sleep mode after the negotiation
PSC of Type II for 16m System (cont.) Example 1: –Real-time data streams consisting of fixed-size data packets issued at periodic intervals (e.g., T1/E1 and VoIP without silence suppression) –Sleep negotiation follows the packet transmission immediately Example 2: –Real-time data streams consisting of variable-size data packets issued at periodic intervals (e.g., MPEG video) –Packet transmission follows the sleep negotiation immediately
PSC of Type IV for 16m System Recommend for connections of ERT-VR type –VoIP with silence suppression Design concepts –Two types of sleep cycle, the length of each type is fixed –Insert sleep offset in the head of the sleep mode Consider the waiting time for entering the sleep mode after the negotiation Example: VoIP with silence suppression traffic model
PSC of Type I for 16m System Recommend for connections of BE, NRT-VR type –HTTP, FTP, E-mail Design concepts –Fixed listening interval for receiving the indication message –Binary exponential increase sleep cycle length –Insert sleep offset in the head of the sleep mode Considering the behavior of traffic pattern and user interaction while re-enter the sleep mode
PSC of Type I for 16m System (cont.) Example 1: –Web browsing (HTTP) traffic model –Mean = 30 sec for reading time from the TGm EMD (IEEE 802.16m-07/004r1) Example 2: –File transfer protocol (FTP) model –Mean = 180 sec for reading time from the TGm EMD (IEEE 802.16m-07/004r1)
PSC of Type III for 16m System Recommend for multicast connections as well as for management operations –Periodic ranging, DSx operations, MOB_NBR-ADV etc. –Actually, it is the PSC of type III in 16e system
Proposed Text for SDD Add the following text into Session 10 of the SDD (IEEE 802.16m-08/003) -------------------------- text begin ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10.x Sleep Mode Management 10.x.y Power Saving Class Power saving class (PCS) is a group of connections that common demand properties. The enhanced PSC shall be considered in IEEE 802.16m. Therefore, the PSC shall be designed to mimic the characteristics of the service type, e.g., data generated interval, packet size, and delay sensitivity. 10.x.y.1 Power Saving Class of Type I.PSC of type I is recommended for connections of NRT-VR and BE type. Fixed listening interval and dynamic sleep cycle length shall be considered in type I. Moreover, the behavior of traffic pattern and user interaction while re-entry the sleep mode shall also be considered. 10.x.y.2 Power Saving Class of Type II PSC of type II is recommended for connections of RT-CBR and RT-VR type. Fixed sleep cycle length and fixed/dynamic listening interval shall be considered in type II. Moreover, an interval between the data transmission/reception and sleep negotiation shall be considered for enhancing the power saving.
Proposed Text for SDD (cont.) 10.x.y.3 Power Saving Class of Type III PSC of type III is recommended for multicast connections as well as for management operations. Actually, it is the PSC of type III in 16e system. 10.x.y.3 Power Saving Class of Type IV PSC of type IV is recommended for connections of ERT-VR type, i.e., VoIP with silence suppression. The length of sleep cycle shall be considered for active talking and silence periods individually. Moreover, an interval between the data transmission/reception and sleep negotiation shall be considered for enhancing the power saving. -------------------------- text end -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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