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.
initial TG10 Letter Ballot (LB104) passed with a combined 850 regular
ballot and rogue comments being submitted. The TG began comment resolution
during the May Session and this activity is expected to continue through
the July Session, after which the 1st Letter Ballot
Recirculation is anticipated to begin.
the July 2015 Plenary Session in Waikoloa TG10 will be working to finalize
comment resolutions from the initial Letter Ballot, in preparation for the
1st Letter Ballot Recirculation. TG10 will also be giving a stauts update to 802.1 during July Session.
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
developed a Technical Guidance Document (TGD) in order to give guidance to
the proposers on what the final proposals are expected to cover/contain.
Preliminary proposals were encouraged to cover as much of the content of
the TGD as possible. In particular, proposers were directed to Section 7.1,
covering the simplified scenario developed specifically for the call for
preliminary proposals, and to provide the performance information requested
in Section 7 based on this scenario. The scenario(s) aide in allowing
everyone to have a common reference in which to compare and contrast the
call for preliminary proposals was issued prior to the May 2014 Interim
Session. Four preliminary proposals were heard at the May 2014 Session in
Waikoloa. After hearing the preliminary proposals TG10 continued developing
the scenarios for the Call for Final Proposals. This effort continued for a
few weeks after the May mtg.
call for final proposals was issued prior to the July 2014 Plenary Session.
Four proposals, covering the full proposal and partial/preliminary
analysis/data were heard at the July 2014 Session in San Diego. TG10 also
participated in a status update mtg. with 802.1. The next update with 802.1
is scheduled to occur at the Nov. 2014 Plenary Session in San Antonio.
call for the 4 final proposals (heard at the July 2014 Plenary Session) to
present final data and performance metric information was issued prior to
the Sept. 2014 Interim Session. A finalized list of performance metrics, for
the proposers to include in their data/analysis presentations at the
September 2014 Interim Session in Athens, was completed and posted by the
task group by the end of July 2014. As part of the next step efforts an
example TOC and processes moving forwards documents were also generated and
discussed during the calls prior to the Athens Session. This later document
compared specific aspects of the 4 proposals w.r.t. the other proposals and
was used to guide TG10 to a baseline proposal.
baseline proposal was adopted at the Nov. 2014 Plenary Session in San
Antonio. The contributors agreed to work together to generate a baseline
draft for the group to review prior to the Jan. 2015 Mtg. A high level
summary of the 4 proposals (heard in July) was prepared and presented as an
update to 802.1 during the Nov. 2014 Plenary Session.
the Jan. 2015 Interim Session in Atlanta TG10 continued to work on the
draft in preparation for going to Letter Ballot. Security aspects of both
the messaging data and routing data were a major portion of the discussion
at the mtg. Verotiana Rabarijaona was elected by 802.15 TG10 as its
the March 2015 Plenary Session in Berlin TG10 prepared and sent out a draft
for a pre-review by TG10, the 802. 15 WG Tech. Editor,
and the 802.15 Tech. Expert Group. This pre-review was used to solicit
comments and feedback on the draft as part of the preparation for going to
Letter Ballot. At the March Plenary TG10 finalized the pre letter ballot
comment resolution and TG10 and the 802.15 WG approved going to Letter
Ballot. The Chair appointed Charlie Perkins as the TG10 Secretary and TG10
affirmed the selection.
1st Letter Ballot for “Recommended Practice for Routing Packets
in 802.15.4 Dynamically Changing Wireless Networks” closed the week prior
to the May 2015 Interim Session in Vancouver. The ballot passed and 580
comments were submitted. An additional 270 rogue comments were also
submitted and then accepted by the TG during the May Session.
can participate by attending and making contributions to the 802.15.10 TG
during the weekly calls and at the next Interim/Plenary session, both as
documents are available at the Document
Sessions & Milestones
Conference Call Info
TG10 regular conference calls are held weekly on the day and at the time
(unless otherwise notified):
dial-in info will be announced on the TG10 email reflector, which you can
subscribe to at:
PAR and 5C
(L2R) Timeline: 15-13-0645-xx
Guidance Document (TGD) used with the call for preliminary proposals: 15-13-0753-14
Guidance Document (TGD) used with the call for final proposals: 15-13-0753-19
Metrics for evaluation of final proposals:
Proposal Evaluation: 15-14-0536-xx
Baseline Proposal: 15-14-0622-04
contact with questions
Technical Editor: Verotiana Rabarijaona
Secretary: Charlie Perkins