IEEE P802.11 - REAL TIME APPLICATION (RTA) TECHNICAL INTEREST GROUP (TIG) - MEETING UPDATE


Status of IEEE 802.11 Real Time Application Technical Interest Group

Allan Jones, Chair
Kate Meng, Recording Secretary


Page Contents

Background

Goals

Background
Real Time Applications

Real Time Applicate (RTA) TIG is a new initiative within the IEEE 802.11 working group that will consider real time application requirements within an 802.11-based network. The initiative started as a Technical Interest Group (TIG) in the July 2018 meeting.

Goals

The goal of the Real Time APPlication Technical Interest Group (RTA TIG) is to investigate latency and stability issues observed with real time applications such as mobile and multiplayer games, robotics and industrial automation and provide potential mechanisms to address the identified issues.


November 2018

The Real Time Applications (RTA) group met as a technical interest group (TIG) in Bangkok, Thailand from November 11--16, 2018.

Main documents

Achievements

The RTA TIG met two times during this week.

The group reviewed seven of nine submissions. The remaining two submissions will be presented during our scheduled telecons.

Teleconferences

The RTA TIG scheduled the following teleconferences before the next face-to-face meeting:

Additional telcos may be scheduled with a 10-day notice.

January 2019 plans


USEFUL LINKS TO OTHER SITES:

IEEE P802.11 WLANs RELATED

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