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IEEE 15-12-0272-00-0008 Submission EZ, QL (InterDigital)Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Use cases and Applications for PAC] Date Submitted: [16 May, 2012] Source: [Eldad Zeira, Qing Li] Company: [InterDigital Communications LLC] Address: E-Mail: [Eldad.Zeira@InterDigital.com] Re: [15-12-0202-01-0008-call-for-applications-tg8-pac] Abstract:[This document presents a proposal responding to the call for applications] Purpose:[To discuss use cases and concepts for 802.15.8 PAC] 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.
IEEE 15-12-0272-00-0008 Submission Introduction Provided is a proposed application matrix to be used for identifying technical requirements for the PAC system design at PHY and MAC layers This application matrix is not exhaustive, all parameters should be considered as an example. We can observe that different applications can generate distinct requirements regarding network topology and characteristics Slide 2EZ, QL (InterDigital)
IEEE 15-12-0272-00-0008 Submission This proposed application matrix is broken up into several areas, as defined below: –Top Row defines a set of unique Categories, illustrated as Vertical Market Use cases. –Below the Category row (underneath each Vertical Use Case) would be a specific Service or Application followed by a brief description for clarification. –The 1 st column grouped by PAC Features, itemizes out the specific set of features defined in the PAR It is envisioned that only vertical use cases and service/application that would identify unique or additional requirements be included. Each cell in the matrix should be populated with parameters/values that are consistent across the vertical use cases and in a manner that identifies technical requirements. Next slide is an illustrates of the application matrix template Slide 3EZ, QL (InterDigital) Application Matrix Proposed Format
IEEE 15-12-0272-00-0008 Submission Slide 4 Application Matrix Template Proposal EZ, QL (InterDigital) Applications Category Vertical Use Case 1 (e.g. Social Networking) … (e.g. Advertisement) Vertical Use Case N (e.g. Safety / Security) Service / Application Status / Update …A finds BCommercial…Personalized Public Broadcast Service …Police DescriptionBrief description defining the Vertical & Service/Application use case for each column. PAC Features Discovery for peer info w/o association Discovery signaling rate of typ. 100 kbps The number of devices in the discovery Scalable data transmission rates, typ. 10 Mbps Group communication w/ simultaneous membership in multiple groups, typ. up to 10 Relative positioning Multi-hop relay Security Operational in unlicensed / licensed bands below 11 GHz
IEEE 15-12-0272-00-0008 Submission Slide 5 Application Matrix Reference EZ, QL (InterDigital) The enclosed spreadsheet is provided as a reference. Initial parameters / values in each cell are subjective examples for discussion purpose only.
IEEE 15-12-0272-00-0008 Submission Different applications require (amongst others) different topologies, ranges, data rates and other QoS parameters Networks of peers are formed based on the context of an application and include service definitions and a group of users to which the service may be provided Context-aware Peer-to-Peer Communication Slide 6EZ, QL (InterDigital) Applications: Social networking (Facebook “friends”) Gaming (game based) Smart home (residential address) Alert (emergency) etc.. App-1 App-2 App-3 App-4
IEEE 15-12-0272-00-0008 Submission Conclusions Slide 7 Propose to use the included application matrix as a basis for identifying technical requirements for the PAC system design. Propose Context-Aware Operation –Context is defined by an application. –The application could use a combination of identifiers such as services, users, machine name, etc. This isn’t specified. –Contexts are provided by higher layers. –(A device can belong to one or more peer networks at a time) EZ, QL (InterDigital)