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Contribution to the Future Project Planning Meeting

de la Oliva, Antonio and Giust, Fabio and Bernardos, Carlos Jesús (2010) Contribution to the Future Project Planning Meeting. [Standardization Contributions]

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Additional Information: Institute IMDEA Networks had a key role on the strong impact of the CARMEN project in the IEEE standardization body. One of the Working Groups of this body corresponds to the IEEE 802.21, LAN/MAN standard on Media Independent Handover Services. This standard proposes several media abstraction ideas that were extended during the CARMEN project. In particular IMDEA researchers worked on the following key issues: Study Group created to analyze Heterogeneous Wireless Backhaul Networks IMDEA Networks together with UC3M, NEC and Fraunhoffer Institute worked for several years in explaining the concept Heterogeneous Wireless Backhauls and the possibility of using .21 as a media independent service layer offering mechanisms to abstract the specific technologies to the management plane. Different contributions to IEEE 802.21 Within the study group, several contributions such as applicability use cases, new research on abstracting the parameters of the underlying technologies and contacts with different companies were performed. Innovation leadership via participation in the Future Projects planning sessions The IEEE 802.21 WG is now looking at new problems and standardization challenges to continue its work, since the base specification is finished and the three amendments planned are advancing as foreseen. In order to find new projects, the WG celebrates special sessions in the plenary meetings, called Future Projects planning sessions. IMDEA Networks and UC3M are leading partners in these meetings, providing new ideas and pushing for the development of new technologies. Ongoing effort in IEEE 802.19.1 Coexistence of Wireless Networks in the TV White Space Within the Future Planning sessions, one of the ideas that got a major support from the companies on the WG was the idea of using the MIHF defined in IEEE 802.21 as part of the upcoming IEEE 802.19.1, standard that analyses the coexistence of wireless technologies on the TV White Spaces spectrum. Researchers at IMDEA Networks contributed to defining this interaction between .21 and .19.1, which was submitted as contribution to this working group.
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
T Technology > T Technology (General)
T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering, Science and Mathematics > School of Electronics and Computer Science
Depositing User: Acosta Angel
Date Deposited: 24 Aug 2012 09:09
Last Modified: 19 Jun 2017 06:31

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