Organization Proposal - IEEE

Organization Proposal - IEEE

doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Kodak - High Rate PHY Proposal] Date Submitted: [11July2000] Source: [James D. Allen] Company: [Eastman Kodak Co.] Address: [1669 Eastman Ave. Rochester, NY, 14650-2015] Voice:[(716) 588-1906], FAX: [(716) 722-9053], E-Mail:[[email protected], [email protected]] Re: [802.15.3 final Call for Proposals] Abstract: [This presentation outlines Kodaks PHY proposal to 802.15.3 High Rate Task Group] Purpose: [To communicate the proposal for consideration by the standards team] 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. Submissio n Slide 1 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Kodaks High Rate PHY Proposal to IEEE 802.15.3 Presented by Jim Allen Submissio n

Slide 2 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Summary 22 Mbps Maximum Data Rate 2FSK , Bi-directional Half Duplex Low Cost - Comparable to 802.15.1 (Bluetooth) Class of Devices 2.4 - 2.5 GHz ISM Band (International) for International Acceptance for Interoperability with BT infrastructure and applications Minimum 3 Channels Low RF Power Operation ( approx. 0dBm) Range and Power Consumption similar to 802.15.1 Submissio n Slide 3 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Summary Interoperable with IEEE 802.15.1 WPAN Devices (same modulation scheme and index) Presence Detection Capability for 802.15.1 Signals Coexistence with IEEE 802.11 (2.4GHz) WLANs

Position for Low Cost sharing Majority of IEEE 802.15.1 Software and Hardware components. Reference Support Document 00215r0P802.15_TG3_Eastman-Kodak-SupportDocuments-for-PHY-Proposal Submissio n Slide 4 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Comparative Comments Same Scheme as 802.15.1 but: Doesnt hop Faster MAC Wider BW Different Base-Band Signal Submissio n Slide 5 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Unit Manufacturing Cost Due to Similarities with BT Same IC Processes are applicable Cost about $1 more for External Components. Slightly More Cost for Antenna System (Stearable

Array) Potentially Less Expensive than 5GHz Solutions. Submissio n Slide 6 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Coexistence 802.15.1 Hops into Receiver Bandwidth Discriminator Can Detect BT 1 Mbps Symbol Rate Rules for Coexistence could be Determined with 802.15.1 Channel structure should be close to 802.11 to better co-exist with DSSS systems Submissio n Slide 7 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Submissio n Slide 8

Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Interoperability 2FSK Modulation Scheme is same as 802.15.1 PHY layer has FH capability and follows 802.15.1 rules MAC controls PHY Mode Is not interoperable with 802.11 .1 and .3 modes can not operate in the same Frame Submissio n Slide 9 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Time to Market Standard technologies No New Inventions Required No New Agency Regulations Required Submissio n Slide 10 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co.

doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Scalability Power Consumption Similar to 802.15.1 Two RF power modes Power Management Data Rate Maximum 22 Mbps 802.15.1 Modes Submissio n Slide 11 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Scalability Cost TBD - Depends on implementation Functions Can be implemented as 802.15: .1 only .1 and .3 .3 only Submissio n

Slide 12 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Form and Size Factor Similar to 802.15.1 class designs Compatible with Compact Flash Cards Submissio n Slide 13 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Maturity Prototypes Built from Discrete Components Tested in Open Range Submissio n Slide 14 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1

July 2000 Range Range of 10 meters or greater at a receiver sensitivity of -70dBm with a corresponding BER of 1E-03 or -04 permits more than 10 meters range inside residential house with 0dbm xmtr. Submissio n Slide 15 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Number of Simultaneously Operating Full Throughput PAN 22 MHz wide RF Channel allows 3 full Channels Approximates 802.11 three nonoverlapping channels Can support more than 4 channels with proportional reduction in data rate Submissio n Slide 16 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000

Self Evaluation - General CRITERIA REF. Kodak Proposal Self Evaluation Unit Manufacturing Cost ($) as a function of time (when product delivers) and volume 2.1 + (1) Comparison Values > 2 x equivalent Bluetooth 1 Same 1.5-2 x equivalent Bluetooth 1 value as indicated in Note #1 + < 1.5 x equivalent Bluetooth 1 Notes: 1. Bluetooth 1 value is assumed to be $20 in 2H2000. 2. PHY and MAC

only proposals use ratios based on this comparison Interference and Susceptibility Submissio n 2.2.2 + (1) Out of the proposed band: Worse performance than same criteria Out of the proposed band: based on Bluetooth 1.0b (section A.4.3) Out of the proposed band: Better performance than same criteria In band: -: Interference protection is less than 25 dB (excluding cochannel and adjacent channel) In band: Interference protection is less than 30 dB (excluding cochannel and adjacent

and first channel) In band: Interference protection is less greater than 35 dB (excluding co-channel and adjacent channel) Slide 17 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Self Evaluation - General CRITERIA REF. Kodak Proposal Self Evaluation Intermodulation Comparison Values - Same + 2.2.3 + (1) < -45 dBm

-35 dBm to 45 dBm > -35 dBm Jamming Resistance 2.2.4 + (1) Any 3 or more sources listed jam 2 sources jam No more than 1 sources jams Multiple Access 2.2.5 + (1) No Scenarios work Handles Scenario 2 One or more of the other 2 scenarios work Coexistence 2.2.6 Same (0)

Individual Sources: less than 40% (IC = 1) Individual Sources: 40% - 60% (IC = 0) Individual Sources: greater than 60% (IC = 1) Resistance (Evaluation for each of the 5 sources and the create a total value using the formula shown in note #3) Submissio n Total: 3 Total: < 3 Slide 18 Total: > 3 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Self Evaluation - General CRITERIA

REF. Kodak Proposal Comparison Values Self Evaluation Interoperability 2.3 Manufactureability 2.4.1 Time to Market Same + False True N/A + (1) Expert opinion, models Experiments Pre-existence examples, demo

2.4.2 + (1) Available after 1Q2002 Available in 1Q2002 Available earlier than 1Q2002 Regulatory Impact 2.4.3 Same (0) False True N/A Maturity of Solution 2.4.4 + (1) Expert opinion, models Experiments Pre-existence examples, demo

Scalability 2.5 + (1) Scalability in 1 or less than of the 5 areas listed Scalability in 2 areas of the 5 listed Scalability in 3 or more of the 5 areas listed Location Awareness 2.6 Same (0) N/A FALSE TRUE Submissio n Same (0) -

Slide 19 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Self Evaluation - PHY CRITERIA REF. Kodak Proposal Comparison Values Self Evaluation - Same + Size and Form Factor 4.1 + (1) Larger Compact Flash Type 1 card

Smaller Minimum MAC/PHY Throughput 4.2.1 - (-1) < 20 Mbps + MAC overhead 20 Mbps + MAC overhead > 20 Mbps + MAC overhead High End MAC/PHY Throughput (Mbps) 4.2.2 Same (0) N/A 40 Mbps + MAC overhead > 40 Mbps + MAC overhead Frequency Band 4.3

Same (0) N/A (not supported by PAR) Unlicensed N/A (not supported by PAR) Number of Simultaneously Operating FullThroughput PANs 4.4 + (1) <4 4 >4 Submissio n Slide 20 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000

Self Evaluation - PHY CRITERIA REF. Kodak Proposal Comparison Values Self Evaluation - Same + Signal Acquisition Method 4.5 Same (0) N/A N/A N/A Range 4.6 Same (0) < 10 meters

> 10 meters N/A Sensitivity 4.7 Same (0) N/A N/A N/A Delay Spread Tolerance 4.82 Same (0) < 25 ns 25 ns - 40 ns > 40 ns Power Consumption 4.9 Same (0) > 1.5 watts

Between 0.5 watt and 1.5 watts < 0.5 watt (the peak power of the PHY combined with an appropriate MAC) Submissio n Slide 21 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co. doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Conclusion This Simple Proposal Provides a Good Combination of: Cost Speed Coexistence/Commonality with 802.15.1 Time to Market Minimum Risks Submissio n Slide 22 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co.

doc.: IEEE 802.15-00/214r1 July 2000 Criteria Changes Propose PHY Criteria is Data Rate, and listed Independent of MAC. Propose Max. 2.4GHz channel bandwidth is limited to 22MHz to support 802.11 channel plan Submissio n Slide 23 Grant B. Carlson, Eastman Kodak Co.

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