IEEE 802.19 Wireless Coexistence Working Group

IEEE 802.19 Wireless Coexistence Working Group

IEEE 802.19 Wireless Coexistence Working Group Tuncer Baykas 802.1 Task Group 1 Chair NICT [email protected] EEE 802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 1 Summary IEEE 802.19 Wireless Coexistence Working Group Coexistence between 802 Networks TV White Spaces and 802.19 Task Group 1 EEE 802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop

Page 2 IEEE 802.19 Wireless Coexistence Working Group Providing technical advice to the working groups about coexistence and evaluating coexistence assurance documents. Preparing a standard, which enables effective use of TV White Spaces by providing standard coexistence methods among dissimilar networks Website: http://www.ieee802.org/19/ Officers Chair: Steve Shellhammer (Qualcomm) [email protected] Vice Chair: Ivan Reede (Amerisys) Number of Voting Members: 56 Number of attendees during last meeting: 35 Junyi Wang: [email protected] EEE 802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 3

IEEE 802.19 WG Structure 802.19 WG Task Group 1 TVWS Coexistence Coexistence Assurance Standing Committee Officers Officers Chair: Steve Shellhammer (Qualcomm) [email protected] Chair: Tuncer Baykas (NICT) [email protected] Vice Chair: Mika Kasslin (Nokia Research) EEE 802

Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 4 Coexistence among 802 Networks Wireless standards developed by IEEE 802 operate in unlicensed spectrum. Therefore many networks can operate in a relatively small area in the same spectrum band. For example, in the figure 802.15.1, 802.15.4 , 802.11 may operate in 2.4 GHz ISM band. As a result transmissions from different devices may interfere each other and communication could be disrupted. 802.15.4 802.15. 802. 1 11 802.19 checks if 802 standards are taking necessary precautions to

coexist with other 802 standards. EEE 802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 5 Coexistence Assurance Document Each standard should provide a coexistence assurance document, if it is operating in an unlicensed band. The CA document lists the other unlicensed 802 wireless standards that could have a potential mutual interference with the proposed standard develops a model for the mutual interference between the proposed standard and all other potential mutual interferers From 802.15.3c Coexistence Document Throughput Data 3m PNC1

DEV1 CCI from PNC2 Xm y:0m 0.5m 1m 1.5m 2m 2.5m 3m x:2m 0% 0% 0% 0% 100% 100% 100% 5m 0%

0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 98.4% 7m 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 40% 9m 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 31% 90%

11m 20% 30% 40% 80% 95% 100% 100% DEV2 PNC2 Version 1.0 EEE 802 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 6 Task Group 1 TVWS Coexistence TV White spaces refer to frequencies allocated to a broadcasting service but not used locally. In 2008, FCC of USA ruled that unlicensed devices that can guarantee that they will not interfere with assigned broadcasts can use the empty white spaces in frequency spectrum. This decision created more than 250 MHz new available spectrum in UHF and VHF bands.

In Singapore, IDA is conducting trials for white space technology, named Cognitive Radio Venues ("CRAVE"). CRAVE will assist IDA in developing the regulatory framework for the use of TV band devices. Currently there are 2 IEEE 802 Groups, 802.11.af and 802.22 working on developing PHY/MAC standards. A study group in 802.15 WG is preparing a project authorization request. Using such broad spectrum in a fair and efficient manner creates need for coexistence methods. In Dec 2009, 802.19.1 Task Group is established with the aim of preparing a standard, which enables the family of IEEE 802 Wireless Standards to most effectively use TV White Space by providing standard coexistence methods among dissimilar or independently operated networks and devices. EEE 802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 7 Coexistence in TVWS Dynamic range is larger, Transmission ranges are longer

Number of available channels are inversely proportional with number of potential users Source: Mishra and Sahai, IEEE Comm. Letters, 2009 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop EEE 802 Page 8 Coexistence methods will provide A means of discovery and connection between networks A set of coexistence parameters providing information about the interference environment and the set of MAC/PHY capabilities Algorithms for adapting MAC/PHY parameters to enhance coexistence between networks As a result: 802.19.1 will enable better use of spectrum and higher quality of service in TVWS. EEE 802 Version 1.0

IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 9 Current Status of 802.19.1 802.19.1 is at the merging and downselection stage of system proposals at the moment. Before January meeting there were 6 full proposals and one partial proposal. During January meeting 6 of the proposers indicated their intention to provide a joint proposal. Group is planning to finalize the standard in 2 years according to time plan. EEE 802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 10 Possible Contribution Topics Radio technology independent methods for coexistence Means of communication and protocols for exchanging

information between dissimilar or independently operated devices and networks Coexistence parameters providing information about the interference environment and the set of MAC/PHY capabilities Algorithms for adapting MAC/PHY parameters to enhance coexistence between networks EEE 802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 11 How to contribute? IEEE has an open process until Working Group letter ballot. You can check the documents and make presentations. https://mentor.ieee.org/802.19/documents No need to attend the meeting, it is possible to do it during one of the groups teleconferences. Our officers are always open to your questions via email as well, [email protected] [email protected] EEE

802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 12 Thank you very much.. Any questions? EEE 802 Version 1.0 IEEE 802 March 2011 workshop Page 13

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