Next-Next-Generation Wi-Fi, from Contention to Scheduled Access

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Next-Next-Generation Wi-Fi, from Contention to Scheduled Access

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.”



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  • Date: 19 Jul 2022
  • Time: 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM
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  • Starts 27 June 2022 09:29 AM
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Baw Chng Baw Chng

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Next-Next-Generation Wi-Fi, from Contention to Scheduled Access

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.”

Biography:

Baw Chng (IEEE Senior Member) is the President of BAWMAN LLC with a consulting practice in the networking and telecommunications industry. Mr. Chng has over two decades of experience in the industry and primarily consults for large telecommunications and Internet service providers, their strategic technology providers, industry trade groups, and Standards organizations, domestic and international. Mr. Chng has been awarded multiple patents spanning the areas of network architecture, mobile networking, wireless communications, authentication and access control, network fault management, and related user experience designs. Mr. Chng has published in various peer-reviewed avenues such as the IEEE Transactions and various conference and symposium proceedings. Through his consulting practice, Mr. Chng provides strategic and business consulting, technology consulting, and Standards consulting and representation in the networking and telecommunications industry.





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