The end work product of the IEEE 802.15.10 Task Group on
Layer 2 Routing (L2R) is the generation of a recommended practice for
routing packets in dynamically changing 802.15.4 wireless networks.
currently integrating the Technical Guidance, System Requirements, Example Use
Cases, and Selection Criteria into a combined Technical Guidance Document, in
preparation for the call for preliminary proposals.
call for preliminary proposals is planned to be issued prior to the 2014
May Interim Mtg. Preliminary proposals will be heard at the May 2014 Session
in Waikoloa. TG10 will also reevaluate the TGD to determine if adjustments
need to made before a call for proposals is issued.
first meeting of L2R as an Interest Group occurred at the July 2012 Plenary
session in San Diego.
first meeting of L2R as a Study Group occurred at the January 2013 Interim
Session in Vancouver. At the May 2013 Interim Session in Waikoloa the draft
PAR and 5C were approved by the 802.15 WG. At the July 2013 Plenary Session
in Geneva the PAR and 5C generated by the L2R Study Group were approved by
the 802 EC.
and active participation during the Interest Group and Study Group phases
of the L2R activity was consistent, with an average of 20 attendees,
representing more than 15 different entities on average at each of the 7
first meeting of 802.15.10 as a Task Group occurred at the September 2013
Interim Session in Nanjing. In this meeting, a draft use cases/requirements
document was generated as well as a preliminary timeline and a request for
inputs/presentation from 802.1 during the Joint Session in the November
can participate by attending and making contributions to the 802.15.10 TG
during the weekly calls and at the upcoming May 2014 Session in Waikoloa.
documents are available at the Document
Sessions & Milestones
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be announced on the TG10 email reflector, which you can sign up at:
PAR and 5C
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