Re: [802SEC] [802.15.4q] REMINDER-15.4q CFP Update
It would be appreciated if you could circulate this reminder/updated CFP
for 15.4q to your groups as appropriate.
Thanks and Regards
At 04:17 PM 10/21/2013 +0000, Shahriar Emami - SISA wrote:
Reminder. Deadline for
submissions of proposals for 15.4q is rapidly approaching. Please
submit your proposals as soon as possible but no later than November 04,
2013 (23:59 UTC) in order to be considered for inclusion in the baseline
draft and 1st ballot.
Call for Proposals
IEEE 802.15.4q TG is issuing a call for proposals. The scope of
proposals is strictly limited to those described in the Project
Authorization Request (PAR) document 15-12-0386-06-004q-ulp-par.pdf
Proposals must be submitted to the IEEE 802.15 document server and a
notification must be emailed to the TG 4q chair, Dr. Shahriar Emami
and TG4q reflector no later than November 04, 2013 (23:59 UTC) in order
to be considered for inclusion in the baseline draft and 1st ballot.
Proposers are requested to prepare proposal presentations which will be
presented to TG4q members. Each proposal should be fully described in MS
Office or pdf format. Power point can be used to present the proposals to
Presentations and discussion of the proposals are scheduled at the
November IEEE 802.15 Sessions, which is scheduled on November 10-15,
2013, Dallas, Tx, USA. Any questions should be directed to the TG4q Chair
Dr. Shahriar Emami
5.2.b. Scope of the project: This amendment defines an ultra low
power (ULP) physical layer operating in sub 1 GHz and 2.4GHz license
exempt bands supporting typical data rates up to 1 Mbps. This amendment
also defines the necessary MAC
changes required for supporting the new ULP physical layer. The desired
peak power consumption for the PHY should be
typically less than 15 mW.
5.5 Need for the Project: Emerging applications in sensor networks
demand increasingly small form factor, low power
consumption and low cost solutions. From a power consumption perspective,
this amendment addresses solutions making it
possible to achieve a battery life of several years when connected to
coin cell batteries and/or making it possible to use
harvested energy sources while meeting the targeted data rates and
continuing to support the small form factor, low cost
attributes of 802.15.4.
Thanks and Regards
Bob Heile, Ph.D
Chairman Emeritus & Chief Technologist, ZigBee Alliance
Chair, IEEE 802.15 Working Group on Wireless Personal Area Networks
Co-Chair IEEE P2030 Task Force 3 on Smartgrid Communications
11 Robert Toner Blvd
North Attleboro, MA 02763 USA
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