IEEE P802.11 - WLAN SENSING (SENS) Study Group (SG) - MEETING UPDATE


Status of IEEE 802.11 WLAN Sensing (SENS) SG

Leadership

Tony Xiao Han (Huawei), Chair
Claudio da Silva (Intel), Secretary

Background

WLAN sensing is a new Study Group within the IEEE 802.11 working group.

WLAN sensing is the use, by a Wi-Fi sensing capable STA(s), of received WLAN signals to detect feature(s) of an intended target(s) in a given environment.

Goals

The WLAN sensing Study Group was created based on the following IEEE 802.11 Working Group motion:

Documents

WLAN sensing TIG/SG documents can be found at the SENS TIG/SG mentor.


January 2020, Irvine, California, USA

Main documents

Achievements


November 2019, Kona, HI, USA

Main documents

Achievements

January 2020 plans


USEFUL LINKS TO OTHER SITES:

IEEE P802.11 WLANs RELATED

OTHER SITES


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