Next-Next-Generation Wi-Fi, from Contention to Scheduled Access
Cost: No Charge. Registration is required.
SPEAKER: Baw Chng
Wi-Fi is one of IEEE’s most well-known and most widely adopted standards by consumers worldwide. Initially standardized by IEEE in 1997 and with the name “Wi-Fi” first trademarked in 1999, its latest standardized versions are marketed today as “Wi-Fi 6” and “Wi-Fi 6E” (circa 2022), Wi-Fi has come a long way in terms of speed, latency, security, and overall sophistication, as well as increasing adoption and reliance by consumers, enterprises, and institutions alike.
This presentation will have two parts:
The first part will briefly survey the drivers that are likely to influence the future development of Wi-Fi in the next ten years (after Wi-Fi 6E), and touch on various ideas and technologies that may be introduced into future generations of Wi-Fi and related standards in response to these drivers.
The second part will discuss a particular aspect of future Wi-Fi, namely, to support low latency traffic or time-sensitive networking. Among various ideas and considerations for time-sensitive networking, this second part will delve into the intricacies and challenges of introducing “scheduled access” into Wi-Fi’s traditional world of “contention-based access.”
PDH certificates are available and an evaluation form will be emailed to you after the meeting. PDH certificate are sent by IEEE USA 3-4 weeks after the meeting.
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