Information technology — Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — Local and metropolitan area networks — Specific requirements — Part 22: Cognitive Wireless RAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications: Policies and Procedures for Operation in the TV Bands

This standard specifies the air interface, including the cognitive medium access control layer (MAC) and physical layer (PHY), of point-to-multipoint wireless regional area networks comprised of a professional fixed base station with fixed and portable user terminals operating in the VHF/UHF TV broadcast bands between 54 MHz to 862 MHz

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INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEC/
STANDARD IEEE
8802-22
First edition
2015-05-01
Corrected version
2016-06-01
Information technology —
Telecommunications and information
exchange between systems — Local
and metropolitan area networks —
Specific requirements —
Part 22:
Cognitive Wireless RAN Medium
Access Control (MAC) and Physical
Layer (PHY) Specifications: Policies
and Procedures for Operation in the
TV Bands
Technologies de l’information — Télécommunications et échange
d’information entre systèmes — Réseaux locaux et métropolitains —
Exigences spécifiques —
Partie 22: Spécifications du contrôle d’accès du milieu sans fil cognitif
(MAC) et de la couche physique (PHY) : Politiques et procédures pour
le fonctionnement dans les bandes TV
Reference number
ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-22:2015(E)
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ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802 consists of the following parts, under the general title Information technology —

Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — Local and metropolitan area networks —

Specific requirements
— Part 1: Overview of Local Area Network Standards
— Part 2: Logical link control
— Part 5: Token ring access method and physical layer specifications

— Part 11: Wireless LAN medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specifications

— Part 1X: Port-based network access control
— Part 1AB: Station and media access control connectivity discovery
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— Part 1AE: Media access control (MAC) security
— Part 1AR: Secure device identity

— Part 1AS: Timing and synchronization for time-sensitive applications in bridged local area networks

— Part 15-4: Wireless medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specifications for low-rate

wireless personal area networks (WPANs)

This corrected version of ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-22 incorporates the following corrections.

The abbreviation MAC has been corrected in the English title and the part title has been added for the French title.

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IEEE Std 802.22™-2011
IEEE Standard for Information Technology—
Telecommunications and information exchange
between systems
Wireless Regional Area Networks (WRAN)—
Specific requirements
Part 22: Cognitive Wireless RAN
Medium Access Control (MAC) and
Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications:
Policies and Procedures for
Operation in the TV Bands
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ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-22:2015(E)

Abstract: This standard specifies the air interface, including the cognitive medium access control

layer (MAC) and physical layer (PHY), of point-to-multipoint wireless regional area networks

comprised of a professional fixed base station with fixed and portable user terminals operating in

the VHF/UHF TV broadcast bands between 54 MHz to 862 MHz.

Keywords: broadband wireless access network, cognitive radio, fixed user terminals, IEEE

802.22, portable user terminals, radio spectrum sensing, regional area network, WRAN standards

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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.22-2011, IEEE Standard for Information Technology—

Telecommunications and information exchange between systems—Wireless Regional Area Networks (WRAN)—

Specific requirements—Part 22: Cognitive Wireless RAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY)

Specifications: Policies and Procedures for Operation in the TV Bands.

This standard specifies the air interface of broadband wireless access (BWA) systems for fixed and portable

user terminals supporting multimedia services. The medium access control layer (MAC) supports a point-

to-multipoint architecture. The MAC is structured to support a physical layer (PHY) specification

especially suited for operation in TV broadcast bands while avoiding interference to the incumbent

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Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Gerald Chouinard, Vice-chair and lead editor
Kyu Hwan An Subir Das Baowei Ji
Chee Wei Ang W. Carl Day Ravi Kalavakunta
Kwok Shum Au Upkar Dhaliwal Jerome J. Kalke
Mark Austin Johnny Dixon Bub-Joo Kang
Anuj Batra Peter Ecclesine Mark Kelley
John Benko Charles Einolf Ramon Khalona
Robert Berger Michael Fischer Thomas Kiernan
Dagnachew Birru Wen Gao Chang-Joo Kim
Scott Blue Ingo Gaspard Kihong Kim
Monique Bourgeois Brown Monisha Ghosh Sangbum Kim
Gregory Buchwald Joanna Guenin HakSun Kim
Winston Caldwell Jin Guo Byoung-Jo Kim
Ed Callaway Thomas Gurley Gwangzeen Ko
Dave Cavalcanti JaeSong Han Tom Kolze
Kiran Challapali Hiroshi Harada Bruce Kraemer
Soo-Young Chang Ahren Hartman Steve Kuffner
Remi Chayer Robert F. Heile Denis Kuwahara
Shiuh Yuan Chen Anh Twan Hoang Jeong Suk Lee
Tao Chen Michael Hoghooghi Chang-Ho Lee
Jinxia Cheng Mark Hopkins Geunho Lee
Aik Chindapol Victor Hou Haeyoung Lee
InHwan Choi Wendong Hu Zhongding Lei
Liwen Chu Junhong Hui Wing Seng Leon
Joon-Hwa Chun Sung Hyun Hwang Barry Lewis
Chris Clanton Duckdong Hwang Lingjie Li
Charles Cook Tae-In Hyon Ying-Chang Liang
Charles Cooper Yutaka Ikeda Kyutae Lim
Carlos Cordeiro Soon Ik Jeon Euntack Lim
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Jiezhen Lin Mohammad Rahman Hideki Tanaka
Jinnan Liu Ranga K. Reddy Clifford Tavares
Hang Liu Ivan Reede Victor Tawil
Michael Lynch Edgar Reihl Shawn Taylor
Steve Mace Jon Walter Rosdahl Paul Thompson
David Magee William Rose James Tomcik
Ben Manny Luis Escobar Sanz JungSun Um
David Mazzarese Shigenobu Sasaki George Vlantis
Tony Morella Jeffrey Schiffer Lei Wang
Peter Murray Chris Seagren Jianfeng Wang
Max Muterspaugh Alireza Seyedi Yunbiao Wang
Mullaguru Naidu Cheng Shan Tom Wasilewski
Paul Nikolich Steve Shellhammer Alfred Wieczorek
John Notor Dave Silk Kelly Williams
Moh Nouroozian Kirk Skeba Yuchun Wu
Seungmok Oh Douglas Smith Shiquan Wu
Barry O’Mahony Eli Sofer Bo Xia
Ashish Pandharipande Myung Sun Song Changlong Xu
Juha Pihlaja Srikathyayani Srikanteswara ShanShan Xu
Patrick Pirat Jayne Stancavage Steve Yao
Ron Porat Carl Stevenson Yonghong Zeng
Jeff Poston William Stiles Jianwei Zhang
Jim Raab Xin Zhang
Major contributions to this standard were made by the following individuals:
Kwok Shum Au Ramon Khalona Ashish Pandharipande
John Benko Thomas Kiernan Patrick Pirat
Winston Caldwell Kihong Kim Mohammad Rahman
Dave Cavalcanti Sangbum Kim Ranga K. Reddy
Soo-Young Chang Kak-Sun Kim Ivan Reede
Gerald Chouinard Gwangzeen Ko Shigenobu Sasaki
Carlos Cordeiro Steve Kuffner Cheng Shan
Charles Einolf Zhongding Lei Steve Shellhammer
Wen Gao Lingjie Li Eli Sofer
Monisha Ghosh Kyutae Lim Carl Stevenson
Thomas Gurley Jinnan Liu Victor Tawil
Anh Twan Hoang David Mazzarese JungSun Um
Wendong Hu Apurva N. Mody George Vlantis
Sung Hyun Hwang Peter Murray Jianfeng Wang
Jerome J. Kalke Mogh Nouroozian Yonghong Zeng
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The following members of the balloting committee voted on this standard. Balloters may have voted for

approval, disapproval, or abstention.
Iwan Adhicandra Yerang Hur Satoshi Oyama
Thomas Alexander Sung Hyun Hwang Riku Pirhonen
Nobumitsu Amachi Akio Iso Clinton Powell
Yafan An Atsushi Ito Venkatesha Prasad
Butch Anton Raj Jain Mohammad Rahman
Franklin A. Antony Junghoon Jee Ranga K. Reddy
Danilo Antonelli Bobby Jose Ivan Reede
Kwok Shum Au Tal Kaitz Alex Reznik
Tuncer Baykas Shinkyo Kaku
Maximilian Riegel
Maciej Borowka Masahiko Kaneko Robert Robinson
Nancy Bravin Piotr Karocki Benjamin Rolfe
Vern Brethour Richard Kennedy William Rose
William Byrd Stuart J. Kerry Herbert Ruck
Meredith Caldwell Kihong Kim Randall Safier
Radhakrishna Canchi Yongbum Kim Shigenobu Sasaki
Juan Carreon Gwangzeen Ko Naotaka Sato
Kenneth Carrigan Bruce Kraemer Ryo Sawai
Dave Cavalcanti Joseph Kwak Bartien Sayogo
Gerald Chouinard Jeremy Landt Matthew Sherman
Keith Chow Zhongding Lei Gil Shultz
Charles Cook Lingjie Li Kapil Sood
Todor Cooklev Jan-Ray Liao Amjad Soomro
Subir Das Arthur Light Chad Spooner
Patrick Diamond Lu Liru Thomas Starai
Thomas Dineen Daniel Lubar Rene Struik
Carlo Donati Greg Luri Walter Struppler
Sourav Dutta Michael Lynch Mark Sturza
Peter Ecclesine Elvis Maculuba Alourdes Sully
Richard Eckard Chin-Sean Sum
Syam Madanapalli
Charles Einolf Wayne W Manges Jun Ichi Takada
Shulan Feng Roger Marks Victor Tawil
Stanislav Filin Jeffery Masters Ha Nguyen Tran
Avraham Freedman Stephen Mccann Mark-Rene Uchida
Monisha Ghosh Michael Mcinnis JungSun Um
Pieter-Paul Giesberts Steven Methley Anna Urra
James Gilb Gary Michel Dmitri Varsanofiev
Gregory Gillooly Apurva Mody Prabodh Varshney
Reinhard Gloger Jose Morales Jane Verner
Patrick Gonia Ronald Murias George Vlantis
Randall Groves Rick Murphy Jianfeng Wang
Thomas Gurley Peter Murray Hung-Yu Wei
C. Guy Juichi Nakada Alfred Wieczorek
Seishi Hanaoka Michael S. Newman Akira Yamaguchi
Robert F. Heile Nick S. A Nikjoo Oren Yuen
Oliver Hoffmann Paul Nikolich Janusz Zalewski
Wendong Hu John Notor Xin Zhang
Chris Osterloh
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When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this on 16 June 2011, it had the following membership:

Richard H. Hulett, Chair
John Kulick, Vice Chair
Robert M. Grow, Past Chair
Judith Gorman, Secretary
Masayuki Ariyoshi Jim Hughes Gary Robinson
William Bartley Joseph L. Koepfinger* Jon Walter Rosdahl
Ted Burse David J. Law Sam Sciacca
Clint Chaplin Thomas Lee Mike Seavey
Wael Diab Hung Ling Curtis Siller
Jean-Philippe Faure Oleg Logvinov Phil Winston
Alexander Gelman Ted Olsen Howard L. Wolfman
Paul Houzé Don Wright
*Member Emeritus
Also included are the following nonvoting IEEE-SA Standards Board liaisons:
Satish Aggarwal, NRC Representative
Richard DeBlasio,DOE Representative
Michael Janezic, NIST Representative
Patricia Gerdon
IEEE Standards Program Manager, Document Development
Catherine Berger
IEEE Standards Project Editor
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Contents

1 Overview ............................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1 Scope ........................................................................................................................................... 1

1.2 Purpose ........................................................................................................................................ 2

1.3 Reference application .................................................................................................................. 2

2 Normative references ............................................................................................................................ 3

3 Definitions ............................................................................................................................................ 5

4 Abbreviations and acronyms ............................................................................................................... 10

5 System architecture ............................................................................................................................. 13

5.1 Reference architecture ............................................................................................................... 13

5.2 Management reference architecture ...........................................................................................17

6 Packet Convergence sublayer ............................................................................................................. 20

6.1 MAC SDU format ..................................................................................................................... 20

6.2 Classification ............................................................................................................................. 20

6.3 IEEE 802.3/Ethernet-specific part ............................................................................................. 22

6.4 IP specific part ........................................................................................................................... 22

7 MAC Common Part sublayer .............................................................................................................. 24

7.1 General ...................................................................................................................................... 24

7.2 Addressing and connections ...................................................................................................... 24

7.3 General superframe structure .................................................................................................... 26

7.4 General frame structure ............................................................................................................. 27

7.5 Control headers.......................................................................................................................... 31

7.6 MAC PDU formats .................................................................................................................... 35

7.7 Management messages .............................................................................................................. 45

7.8 Management of MAC PDUs ....................................................................................................110

7.9 ARQ mechanism ......................................................................................................................115

7.10 Scheduling services ..................................................................................................................125

7.11 Bandwidth management ...........................................................................................................128

7.12 PHY support .............................................................................................................................132

7.13 Contention resolution ..........
...

INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEC/
STANDARD IEEE
8802-22
First edition
2015-05-01
Information technology —
Telecommunications and information
exchange between systems — Local and
metropolitan area networks — Specific
requirements —
Part 22:
Cognitive Wireless RAN Medium Access
Control (MCA) and Physical Layer (PHY)
Specifications: Policies and Procedures
for Operation in the TV Bands
Technologies de l'information — Télécommunications et échange
d'information entre systèmes — Réseaux locaux et métropolitains —
Exigences spécifiques —
Partie 22: Titre de partie
Reference number
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Foreword

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) and IEC (the International Electrotechnical

Commission) form the specialized system for worldwide standardization. National bodies that are members of

ISO or IEC participate in the development of International Standards through technical committees established

by the respective organization to deal with particular fields of technical activity. ISO and IEC technical

committees collaborate in fields of mutual interest. Other international organizations, governmental and non-

governmental, in liaison with ISO and IEC, also take part in the work. In the field of information technology, ISO

and IEC have established a joint technical committee, ISO/IEC JTC 1.

IEEE Standards documents are developed within the IEEE Societies and the Standards Coordinating

Committees of the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Standards Board. The IEEE develops its standards

through a consensus development process, approved by the American National Standards Institute, which

brings together volunteers representing varied viewpoints and interests to achieve the final product. Volunteers

are not necessarily members of the Institute and serve without compensation. While the IEEE administers the

process and establishes rules to promote fairness in the consensus development process, the IEEE does not

independently evaluate, test, or verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in its standards.

The main task of ISO/IEC JTC 1 is to prepare International Standards. Draft International Standards adopted

by the joint technical committee are circulated to national bodies for voting. Publication as an International

Standard requires approval by at least 75 % of the national bodies casting a vote.

Attention is called to the possibility that implementation of this standard may require the use of subject matter

covered by patent rights. By publication of this standard, no position is taken with respect to the existence or

validity of any patent rights in connection therewith. ISO/IEEE is not responsible for identifying essential

patents or patent claims for which a license may be required, for conducting inquiries into the legal validity or

scope of patents or patent claims or determining whether any licensing terms or conditions provided in

connection with submission of a Letter of Assurance or a Patent Statement and Licensing Declaration Form, if

any, or in any licensing agreements are reasonable or non-discriminatory. Users of this standard are expressly

advised that determination of the validity of any patent rights, and the risk of infringement of such rights, is

entirely their own responsibility. Further information may be obtained from ISO or the IEEE Standards

Association.

ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-22 was prepared by the LAN/MAN of the IEEE Computer Society (as IEEE 802.22-2011).

It was adopted by Joint Technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC 1, Information technology, Subcommittee SC 6,

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ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802 consists of the following parts, under the general title Information technology —

Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — Local and metropolitan area networks —

Specific requirements
— Part 1: Overview of Local Area Network Standards
— Part 2: Logical link control
— Part 5: Token ring access method and physical layer specifications

— Part 11: Wireless LAN medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specifications

— Part 1X: Port-based network access control
— Part 1AB: Station and media access control connectivity discovery
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— Part 1AE: Media access control (MAC) security
— Part 1AR: Secure device identity

— Part 1AS: Timing and synchronization for time-sensitive applications in bridged local area networks

— Part 15-4: Wireless medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specifications for low-rate

wireless personal area networks (WPANs)
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IEEE Std 802.22™-2011
IEEE Standard for Information Technology—
Telecommunications and information exchange
between systems
Wireless Regional Area Networks (WRAN)—
Specific requirements
Part 22: Cognitive Wireless RAN
Medium Access Control (MAC) and
Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications:
Policies and Procedures for
Operation in the TV Bands
Sponsor
LAN/MAN Standards Committee
of the
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Abstract: This standard specifies the air interface, including the cognitive medium access control

layer (MAC) and physical layer (PHY), of point-to-multipoint wireless regional area networks

comprised of a professional fixed base station with fixed and portable user terminals operating in

the VHF/UHF TV broadcast bands between 54 MHz to 862 MHz.

Keywords: broadband wireless access network, cognitive radio, fixed user terminals, IEEE

802.22, portable user terminals, radio spectrum sensing, regional area network, WRAN standards

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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.22-2011, IEEE Standard for Information Technology—

Telecommunications and information exchange between systems—Wireless Regional Area Networks (WRAN)—

Specific requirements—Part 22: Cognitive Wireless RAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY)

Specifications: Policies and Procedures for Operation in the TV Bands.

This standard specifies the air interface of broadband wireless access (BWA) systems for fixed and portable

user terminals supporting multimedia services. The medium access control layer (MAC) supports a point-

to-multipoint architecture. The MAC is structured to support a physical layer (PHY) specification

especially suited for operation in TV broadcast bands while avoiding interference to the incumbent

broadcast services.
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Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Gerald Chouinard, Vice-chair and lead editor
Kyu Hwan An Subir Das Baowei Ji
Chee Wei Ang W. Carl Day Ravi Kalavakunta
Kwok Shum Au Upkar Dhaliwal Jerome J. Kalke
Mark Austin Johnny Dixon Bub-Joo Kang
Anuj Batra Peter Ecclesine Mark Kelley
John Benko Charles Einolf Ramon Khalona
Robert Berger Michael Fischer Thomas Kiernan
Dagnachew Birru Wen Gao Chang-Joo Kim
Scott Blue Ingo Gaspard Kihong Kim
Monique Bourgeois Brown Monisha Ghosh Sangbum Kim
Gregory Buchwald Joanna Guenin HakSun Kim
Winston Caldwell Jin Guo Byoung-Jo Kim
Ed Callaway Thomas Gurley Gwangzeen Ko
Dave Cavalcanti JaeSong Han Tom Kolze
Kiran Challapali Hiroshi Harada Bruce Kraemer
Soo-Young Chang Ahren Hartman Steve Kuffner
Remi Chayer Robert F. Heile Denis Kuwahara
Shiuh Yuan Chen Anh Twan Hoang Jeong Suk Lee
Tao Chen Michael Hoghooghi Chang-Ho Lee
Jinxia Cheng Mark Hopkins Geunho Lee
Aik Chindapol Victor Hou Haeyoung Lee
InHwan Choi Wendong Hu Zhongding Lei
Liwen Chu Junhong Hui Wing Seng Leon
Joon-Hwa Chun Sung Hyun Hwang Barry Lewis
Chris Clanton Duckdong Hwang Lingjie Li
Charles Cook Tae-In Hyon Ying-Chang Liang
Charles Cooper Yutaka Ikeda Kyutae Lim
Carlos Cordeiro Soon Ik Jeon Euntack Lim
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Jiezhen Lin Mohammad Rahman Hideki Tanaka
Jinnan Liu Ranga K. Reddy Clifford Tavares
Hang Liu Ivan Reede Victor Tawil
Michael Lynch Edgar Reihl Shawn Taylor
Steve Mace Jon Walter Rosdahl Paul Thompson
David Magee William Rose James Tomcik
Ben Manny Luis Escobar Sanz JungSun Um
David Mazzarese Shigenobu Sasaki George Vlantis
Tony Morella Jeffrey Schiffer Lei Wang
Peter Murray Chris Seagren Jianfeng Wang
Max Muterspaugh Alireza Seyedi Yunbiao Wang
Mullaguru Naidu Cheng Shan Tom Wasilewski
Paul Nikolich Steve Shellhammer Alfred Wieczorek
John Notor Dave Silk Kelly Williams
Moh Nouroozian Kirk Skeba Yuchun Wu
Seungmok Oh Douglas Smith Shiquan Wu
Barry O’Mahony Eli Sofer Bo Xia
Ashish Pandharipande Myung Sun Song Changlong Xu
Juha Pihlaja Srikathyayani Srikanteswara ShanShan Xu
Patrick Pirat Jayne Stancavage Steve Yao
Ron Porat Carl Stevenson Yonghong Zeng
Jeff Poston William Stiles Jianwei Zhang
Jim Raab Xin Zhang
Major contributions to this standard were made by the following individuals:
Kwok Shum Au Ramon Khalona Ashish Pandharipande
John Benko Thomas Kiernan Patrick Pirat
Winston Caldwell Kihong Kim Mohammad Rahman
Dave Cavalcanti Sangbum Kim Ranga K. Reddy
Soo-Young Chang Kak-Sun Kim Ivan Reede
Gerald Chouinard Gwangzeen Ko Shigenobu Sasaki
Carlos Cordeiro Steve Kuffner Cheng Shan
Charles Einolf Zhongding Lei Steve Shellhammer
Wen Gao Lingjie Li Eli Sofer
Monisha Ghosh Kyutae Lim Carl Stevenson
Thomas Gurley Jinnan Liu Victor Tawil
Anh Twan Hoang David Mazzarese JungSun Um
Wendong Hu Apurva N. Mody George Vlantis
Sung Hyun Hwang Peter Murray Jianfeng Wang
Jerome J. Kalke Mogh Nouroozian Yonghong Zeng
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The following members of the balloting committee voted on this standard. Balloters may have voted for

approval, disapproval, or abstention.
Iwan Adhicandra Yerang Hur Satoshi Oyama
Thomas Alexander Sung Hyun Hwang Riku Pirhonen
Nobumitsu Amachi Akio Iso Clinton Powell
Yafan An Atsushi Ito Venkatesha Prasad
Butch Anton Raj Jain Mohammad Rahman
Franklin A. Antony Junghoon Jee Ranga K. Reddy
Danilo Antonelli Bobby Jose Ivan Reede
Kwok Shum Au Tal Kaitz Alex Reznik
Tuncer Baykas Shinkyo Kaku
Maximilian Riegel
Maciej Borowka Masahiko Kaneko Robert Robinson
Nancy Bravin Piotr Karocki Benjamin Rolfe
Vern Brethour Richard Kennedy William Rose
William Byrd Stuart J. Kerry Herbert Ruck
Meredith Caldwell Kihong Kim Randall Safier
Radhakrishna Canchi Yongbum Kim Shigenobu Sasaki
Juan Carreon Gwangzeen Ko Naotaka Sato
Kenneth Carrigan Bruce Kraemer Ryo Sawai
Dave Cavalcanti Joseph Kwak Bartien Sayogo
Gerald Chouinard Jeremy Landt Matthew Sherman
Keith Chow Zhongding Lei Gil Shultz
Charles Cook Lingjie Li Kapil Sood
Todor Cooklev Jan-Ray Liao Amjad Soomro
Subir Das Arthur Light Chad Spooner
Patrick Diamond Lu Liru Thomas Starai
Thomas Dineen Daniel Lubar Rene Struik
Carlo Donati Greg Luri Walter Struppler
Sourav Dutta Michael Lynch Mark Sturza
Peter Ecclesine Elvis Maculuba Alourdes Sully
Richard Eckard Chin-Sean Sum
Syam Madanapalli
Charles Einolf Wayne W Manges Jun Ichi Takada
Shulan Feng Roger Marks Victor Tawil
Stanislav Filin Jeffery Masters Ha Nguyen Tran
Avraham Freedman Stephen Mccann Mark-Rene Uchida
Monisha Ghosh Michael Mcinnis JungSun Um
Pieter-Paul Giesberts Steven Methley Anna Urra
James Gilb Gary Michel Dmitri Varsanofiev
Gregory Gillooly Apurva Mody Prabodh Varshney
Reinhard Gloger Jose Morales Jane Verner
Patrick Gonia Ronald Murias George Vlantis
Randall Groves Rick Murphy Jianfeng Wang
Thomas Gurley Peter Murray Hung-Yu Wei
C. Guy Juichi Nakada Alfred Wieczorek
Seishi Hanaoka Michael S. Newman Akira Yamaguchi
Robert F. Heile Nick S. A Nikjoo Oren Yuen
Oliver Hoffmann Paul Nikolich Janusz Zalewski
Wendong Hu John Notor Xin Zhang
Chris Osterloh
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When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this on 16 June 2011, it had the following membership:

Richard H. Hulett, Chair
John Kulick, Vice Chair
Robert M. Grow, Past Chair
Judith Gorman, Secretary
Masayuki Ariyoshi Jim Hughes Gary Robinson
William Bartley Joseph L. Koepfinger* Jon Walter Rosdahl
Ted Burse David J. Law Sam Sciacca
Clint Chaplin Thomas Lee Mike Seavey
Wael Diab Hung Ling Curtis Siller
Jean-Philippe Faure Oleg Logvinov Phil Winston
Alexander Gelman Ted Olsen Howard L. Wolfman
Paul Houzé Don Wright
*Member Emeritus
Also included are the following nonvoting IEEE-SA Standards Board liaisons:
Satish Aggarwal, NRC Representative
Richard DeBlasio,DOE Representative
Michael Janezic, NIST Representative
Patricia Gerdon
IEEE Standards Program Manager, Document Development
Catherine Berger
IEEE Standards Project Editor
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Contents

1 Overview ............................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1 Scope ........................................................................................................................................... 1

1.2 Purpose ........................................................................................................................................ 2

1.3 Reference application .................................................................................................................. 2

2 Normative references ............................................................................................................................ 3

3 Definitions ............................................................................................................................................ 5

4 Abbreviations and acronyms ............................................................................................................... 10

5 System architecture ............................................................................................................................. 13

5.1 Reference architecture ............................................................................................................... 13

5.2 Management reference architecture ...........................................................................................17

6 Packet Convergence sublayer ............................................................................................................. 20

6.1 MAC SDU format ..................................................................................................................... 20

6.2 Classification ............................................................................................................................. 20

6.3 IEEE 802.3/Ethernet-specific part ............................................................................................. 22

6.4 IP specific part ........................................................................................................................... 22

7 MAC Common Part sublayer .............................................................................................................. 24

7.1 General ...................................................................................................................................... 24

7.2 Addressing and connections ...................................................................................................... 24

7.3 General superframe structure .................................................................................................... 26

7.4 General frame structure ............................................................................................................. 27

7.5 Control headers.......................................................................................................................... 31

7.6 MAC PDU formats .................................................................................................................... 35

7.7 Management messages .............................................................................................................. 45

7.8 Management of MAC PDUs ....................................................................................................110

7.9 ARQ mechanism ......................................................................................................................115

7.10 Scheduling services ..................................................................................................................125

7.11 Bandwidth management ...........................................................................................................128

7.12 PHY support .............................................................................................................................132

7.13 Contention resolution ...............................................................................................................134

7.14 Initialization and network association ......................................................................................135

7.15 Ranging
...

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