WiFi new generation par Guy PUJOLLE - Fevrier 2013

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La radio cognitive, les femtocells, la nouvelle génération de WiFi Passpoint, le WiFi nouvelle génération (IEEE 802.11 ac, ad, af, ah). Recherches en Corée du Sud avec Postech et Samsung sur les capteurs médicaux en nano technologie (sécurité et virtualisation).

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WiFi new generation par Guy PUJOLLE - Fevrier 2013

  1. 1. WiFi New Generation Guy Pujolle Guy.Pujolle@lip6.fr
  2. 2. Internet access 100 Wi-Fi 50 3G/4G Cable 0 2010 2015 20203 millions Wi-Fi componants every day
  3. 3. Volume• Mobile video ~ 66% of volume• Smart phones, iPAD, etc.• Social networking
  4. 4. Mobile and wireless networks LTE-Advanced3GPP GSM UMTS EDGE HSDPA HSUPA LTEIEEE IEEE 802.11b a g n ad ac af
  5. 5. 4G and Wi-Fi convergenceWiFi Passpoint HNB DSLAM DSLA M Hotspot Controller Node-B E-Node-B
  6. 6. WiFi ng 802.11 b/g/n 802.11 a/n 802.11 ad 802.11af 802.11ac 2.4 GHz TVWS 5 GHz 60 GHz471-855 MHz 57-66 GHz
  7. 7. Spectrum utilization
  8. 8. IEEE 802.11af: WiFi TVWS• Smart WiFi• Cognitive radio• TV White Space (TVWS)• Bandwidth: 20, 40, and 80• Less than 1 GHz• 500 Mbps per user, total 12 Gbps
  9. 9. IEEE 802.11 ac, ad and ahNetgear R6300 802.11ac 7 Gbit/s
  10. 10. Virtual access point Hyperviseur
  11. 11. Femtocell -11-
  12. 12. Home Node B (HNB) 12
  13. 13. Small cells vs macro cells IEEE802.16r Small Cell Backhaul (SCB)
  14. 14. 4G mesh femtocells networks Optic fiber/1Mbps LTE-A 40 Mbps Bank access ADSL/20 Mbps LTE-A 100 Mbps File transfer Optic fiber/1 Mbps ADSL/10 Mbps3GPP release 11 and 12 : Device to Device (D2D)
  15. 15. Internet of Things
  16. 16. The things Remote assistance and medical control Blinds, doors, Breakdown diagnosis windows New objects Chair, bed, furniture Advanced voice & convergence Energy Home security Visio programming and saving Measure and use of gas and Voice Mass storage water Internet Measure and Camera Home watching use of electricity Print Games TV Music/Gateway Radio Triple Play Beyond Triple Play Electric devices Future electric devices COMMUNICATION WELL- BEINGBB ACCESS HOME AUTOMATION & ENTERTAINMENT CONTROL - 16-
  17. 17. Things for medical care• Enormous market • Samsung (2025 – 80% of the incomes) • Home networking • Mobile networking
  18. 18. Medical sensors• BAN: Body Area Networks • The FCC has approved • a 40 MHz spectrum allocation for medical BAN low-power • wide-area radio links at the 2360-2400MHz band • IEEE 802.15.6
  19. 19. IEEE 802.15.6• IEEE 802.15.6 • 402-405 MHz (In – In – Out) • Ultra Wideband (UWB), which operates at 2.4 GHz and in the 3.1-10.6 GHz frequency band (Out – Out) • Human Body Communications (HBC). HBC operates at the 13.5, 400, 600, and 900 MHz frequencies (body surface)
  20. 20. Medical smart dust
  21. 21. Energy
  22. 22. Green communications• Carbon footprint of ICT industry ~ 5% of human carbon footprint • PCs, printers, telecom networks/devices, data centers • ~ 25% of all car emissions • ~ equal to airplane emissions
  23. 23. Oregon Data center Google- 3 buildings of 6 400 m2- 250 bytes (penta byte, 1K Tbytes- 1 million Gbytes- 103 MWEquivalent to the consumption ofA town of 80,000 inhabitants -23-
  24. 24. Start and Stop
  25. 25. Green• Speed of the processor depending on the tasks• Grouping the routes on the same paths • On the contrary of load sharing• Virtualization and grouping virtual machines on the same physical machines• Start and Stop solution (machine, card) • Utility functions
  26. 26. Merci et questions?

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