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IEEE P802.15

Wireless Personal Area Networks


Project

IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

Title

IEEE802.15
RFID SG

M
inutes

Date
Submitted

09 November
, 200
8

Source

[
Mike McInnis]

[
The Boeing Co
mpany
]

[
Seattle, WA
]

Voice:

[1.
206.290.7758]

Fax:

[]

E
-
mail:
[
michael.d.mcinnis@boeing.com
]

Re:

802.15
Interim

Meeting in
Waikoloa, Hawaii (September 2008 session)

Abstract

IEEE 802.15
RFID SG

Minutes

Purpose

Official minutes of the
RFID SG

Session

Noti
ce

This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. It is offered as a
basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or
organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and
content after fu
rther study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or
withdraw material contained herein.

Release

The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the
property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P802.15.


IEEE 802.15
Plenary
Meeting


Session #
5
6

RFID Study Group Session Minutes

Waikoloa, Hawaii


September

2008


Tuesday 12, September

2008

PM
2

Session


16:0
8

The Chair opened the meeting.

16:10

The agenda document
number
15
-
08
-
0
592
-
0
0
-
rfid
-
RFID
-
Agenda
-
Sept
-
2008

was presented and discussed. The agenda was approved by unanimous consent.

16:11

the
July 2008 Denver
minutes were approve
d by

unanimous consent
document number 15
-
08
-
0
531
-
00
-
rfid
-
RFID
-
SG
-
Minutes
-
Denver
-
July
-
2008.doc

The opening introduction document
number
15
-
08
-
0
659
-
0
0
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rfid
-
RFID
-
SG
-
Opening
-
Introduction
-
Sept
-
2008

was presented.

16:
25

Began discussion of meeting objectives and RFID SG direction
.

Tim Harrington asked if the IEEE 802 has a reciprocal agreement with ISO
. Bob
Heile stated that the PSDO Joi
nt Agreement between ISO/IEEE 802 is such that
each party intrepts it differently.

Tim stated that the leader in ISO 18000
-
7 active RF product sales is Savi with
WhereNet ISO 24730
-
2 products coming in at a close second.

1
6:
35

Began
review,
discussion
, and

revision

of Draft Active RFID PAR Scope
and Purpose Paragraphs

developed during the July session in Denver
.

1
8:06

Meeting Recessed










Thursday
,
1
4

September

2008

AM
1

Session


08:00

The chair called the meeting to order
.


08:02

The
Thursday

AM1
agend
a was
adopted by unanimous

consent
.


08:03
Continued

review
,

discussion
, and revision

of

the draft PAR scope and
5C
documents
.


Document numbers; 15
-
08
-
0664
-
02
-
rfid
-
Draft
-
PAR.doc
, and

15
-
08
-
0665
-
01
-
rfid
-
Draft
-
5C
-
Document.doc

w
ere finalized and adopted by the
RFID SG during this session.


The adopted Active RFID
PAR Scope paragraphs read as follows;




This project will define the PHY and MAC for Active RFID (readers and
tags) in a way that allows for efficient communications with

active RFID
tags and sensor applications in an autonomous manner in a promiscuous
network, using very low energy consumption (low
-
duty
-
cycle), and low
PHY transmitter power.




The PHY and MAC scheme parameters must be flexible and configurable to
provide o
ptimized use in a variety of active RFID tag operations
including

simplex and duplex transmission (reader
-
to
-
tags and tag
-
to
-
readers), multicast (reader to a select group of tags) uni
-
cast (reader to a
single tag), tag
-
to
-
tag communication, and multi
-
hop c
apability.




The PHY and MAC specification must support a large (hundreds of
thousands) tag population which may consist of a number of densely
populated (closely situated or packed) tags within a single reader field and
must support basic applications such

as read and write with authentication
and an accurate location determination capability.




The communication reliability of the system should be very high for
applications such as active tag inventory counting or auditing.




Active RFID device frequency ba
nd(s) must be available world
-
wide, with
or without licensing, and the active RFID PHY must be capable of avoiding,
or operate in the presence of, interference from other devices operating
within the Active RFID’s frequency band of operation. It is also th
e intent of
this project to assure coexistence of the air interface with other existing
standards such as IEEE 802.15.1, 802.15.4, and 802.11b/g/n.


Motion within the RFID Study Group

Move that the 802.15 RFID Study Group approve the Active RFID PAR and 5
Criteria documents and forward these documents to the 802.15 WG for
approval and submittal to NesCom.


Moved: Don Schultz

Seconded: Rich Kennedy

Approved by unanimous consent.

19 individuals were in attendance.


1
0:00

Meeting Adjourned