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doc.:IEEE 15-05-0075-00-0000 Submission January 2005 James Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 1 NOTE: Update all red fields replacing with your information; they are required. This is a manual update in appropriate fields. All Blue fields are informational and are to be deleted. Black stays. After updating delete this box/paragraph. Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: Conformance PAR Background Date Submitted: 19 January 2005 Source: James D. Allen, Appairent Technologies. Address: 150 Lucius Gordon Drive, Rochester, NY, 14586 Voice:585-214-2465, FAX: 585-214-2461, E-Mail: allen at appairent.com Re:  Abstract:Background and motion to approve the 802.15.3 conformance PAR Purpose:For the purpose of supporting and making a motion 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.
doc.:IEEE 15-05-0075-00-0000 Submission January 2005 James Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 2 802.15 Conformance PAR Background January 16, 2005 Monterey, CA
doc.:IEEE 15-05-0075-00-0000 Submission January 2005 James Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 3 Background The 802.15 standard does not specify how to test the interfaces so that solutions between vendors interoperate. Conformance testing will be important to 3/3a/3b/3c to promote success of the standards. –Between manufacturers –Between other interfaces such as 1394 –For new PHYs like 5 GHz Especially for systems that can use same MAC but different PHYs in different applications or locations. Doing inside of the IEEE keeps it open, visible and not controlled by any specific industry entity.
doc.:IEEE 15-05-0075-00-0000 Submission January 2005 James Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 4 Background 802.16 has done quite a few of these PARs 802.15.3b is finishing up it’s work and can take on this TG work. This Conformance PAR does not need a SG phase because it works on an existing standard and does not change the standard.
doc.:IEEE 15-05-0075-00-0000 Submission January 2005 James Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 5 Purpose This PAR (document 04-0463-01-0000) supports the creation of : (snip) “ScopeThis standard defines the conformance test procedures and results necessary to validate compliance of a system to the 802.15.3 standards. It may include multiple interfaces such as Air-PHY, MAC-PHY, and application-MAC so that conformance of partial systems can be determined. Purpose: The purpose of this standard is to provide a methodology to certify device conformance to IEEE Std. 802.15.3-2003 Reason: The IEEE std. 802.15.3-2003 does not specify a methodology to ensure device conformance to the standard. Conformance promotes interoperability, which is essential for broad market adoption. Target users are device implementers, system integrators and certification authorities.
doc.:IEEE 15-05-0075-00-0000 Submission January 2005 James Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 6 Structure The Group will define the actual interfaces that are included, as part of it’s drafting work and in response to it’s body. E.g.: –802.11 worries about Air and Application –BT specifies Air and MAC interface Initial PAR Officers (to complete the forms) –John Barr – Chair –Jim Allen – Vice Chair –James Gilb - Technical Editor –Volunteers are welcomed
doc.:IEEE 15-05-0075-00-0000 Submission January 2005 James Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 7 WG Motion To ask the Chair of 802.15 to submit the 802.15 Conformance PAR and 5C (captured in document 15-04-0463-01-000 and to be submitted by the internet and in paper form) to the SEC and NESCOM for approval in a timely fashion. Moved: Jim Allen, Seconded: James Gilb For____, Against_____, Abstain____
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