Summary of SGIP PAP2 2011 Activities since October 2011

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Summary of SGIP PAP2 2011 Activities
since October 2011

Mingxi Fan, Jing Sun

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45.5 Liaison to SGIP PAP2

mfan@qualcomm.com

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General Background: PAP2 in SGIP


Smart Grid Interoperability Panel

Priority Action Plan 2

(
http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki
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sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/SGIP
) works on
wireless technologies for smart grid



In January 2011, PAP2 approved a document summarizing its work in 2010,

Guidelines for Assessing Wireless Standards for Smart Grid Applications
.”
(
http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki
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sggrid/pub/SmartGrid/PAP02Objective3/NIST_PAP2_Guidelines_for_Assessin
g_Wireless_Standards_for_Smart_Grid_Applications_1.0.pdf
)


Guidelines’ main content is a discussion of wireless air interface modeling


Specific technology performance in that document is from the respective SDOs in the
Annex A through E: Wi
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Fi, LTE, HSPA, cdma2000, and
WiMAX



In 2011, PAP has been focusing on the evaluation of wireless technologies


In the SGIP
Catalog of Standards

(
http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki
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sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/SGIPCatalogOfStandards
), none of the cellular standards
have been “identified.” cdma2000 1x and HRPD are listed under the “under review”
section.




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Wireless Technology Evaluation in PAP2: Wireless SDOs


The PAP2 SDO subcommittee, consisting of representatives from IEEE
802.11, ATIS, TIA TR45.5, and
WiMAX

Forum, continues to develop
technology assessment methodology


The group meets every Monday 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. PST


The goal of this group is to update the NIST IR 7761 Guidelines for Assessing
Wireless Standards for Smart Grid Applications, with a focus on the wireless
communication aspects


SDO subcommittee reports progress to PAP2 during biweekly PAP2 calls



Recent focus of the PAP2 SDO subcommittee is to complete chapters 4, 5,
and 6 of the guideline document


Chapter 4: wireless technology descriptions correspond to
“Wireless Functionality
and Characteristic Matrix for the Identification of Smart Grid Domain Applications”
(http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki
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sggrid/pub/SmartGrid/PAP02Objective2/Consolidated_NIST_Wireless_Characteristi
cs_Matrix
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V5.xls
)



Chapter 5: wireless technology evaluation method that includes an initial screening
and refinements to the screening using a combination of analysis, simulation, and/or
testbed

in the field.


Chapter 6: Performance metric and associated considerations




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Status of Guideline Development


Chapter 4


90+% complete


Pending final review of the text by the group


No plan for resubmitting the matrix


Chapter 5


Capacity estimation method and Link/MAC/System modeling review
complete


Spectrum choices and deployment modeling tool currently under review


Target to be completed by May 2012


Chapter 6


Has not started


Need to decide specific content and seeking lead editor


Additional details
on
the spectrum allocation and options in the US needs
to be considered

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Smart Grid Modeling Tool Interface under Development

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Modeling Tool Status



Not yet fully reviewed by SDO
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subcommittee



Limited to land
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based, outdoor BS, & PMP topology, indoor or outdoor
terminal locations


5 Outdoor path loss models to choose from


Covers 700 MHz to 6000 MHz


BS antenna heights 7 to 80 meters in rural and suburban with varied (but
not extreme) terrain characteristics


10 meter BS antenna height for urban microcell, otherwise above rooftops


Handles TDD and FDD


Channel capacity estimates based on uniform distribution of terminals


and will differentiate between DL and UL



Estimates for penetration loss & interference margins based on limited
data/references


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