IEEE P802.11-TASK GROUP BE (EHT) MEETING UPDATE


Status of Project IEEE P802.11be

Task Group Leadership

Chair

Alfred Asterjadhi (Qualcomm Inc)

Vice Chair

Laurent Cariou (Intel)

Vice Chair

Matthew Fischer (Broadcom)

Secretary

Dennis Sundman (Ericsson)

Technical Editor

Edward Au (Huawei)

 


Background

IEEE 802.11 has approved the creation of a new task group to work on a major amendment, IEEE 802.11be, for next generation wireless LAN.

The new amendment will define Extreme High Throughput (EHT) physical (PHY) and medium access control (MAC) layers capable of supporting a maximum throughput of at least 30 Gbps.

The amendment will also aim at reducing worst case latency and jitter to improve support for time sensitive applications such virtual reality, augmented reality, gaming, etc.


Task Group Documents

The latest version of the task group official documents can be found below.


Task Group Timeline

MILESTONE

PROJECTED

CURRENT

PAR approved

Mar 2019

March 2019

First TG meeting

May 2019

May 2019

D0.1

Sep 2020

 

D1.0 Letter Ballot

May 2021

 

D2.0 LB recirculation

Mar 2022

 

D3.0 LB recirculation

Nov 2022

 

Initial Sponsor Ballot (D4.0)

May 2023

 

Final 802.11 WG approval

Mar 2024

 

802 EC approval

Mar 2024

 

RevCom and SASB approval

May 2024

 

 


July 2019 Vienna, Austria

Completed Work

Meeting Management Documents

Teleconference Plan

Date

Time

Agenda

Aug 1, Aug 15, Aug 29 Sep 12

19:30 - 22:00, ET

 

Aug 8, Aug 22, Sep 5

10:00 - 12:30, ET

 


May 2019 - Atlanta, United States

Completed Work

Meeting Management Documents

Teleconference Plan

Date

Time

Agenda

May 30, Jun 13, Jun 27

11:00 - 13:00, ET

11-19/0977

 


USEFUL LINKS TO OTHER SITES:

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