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 bands that allow spectrum sharing where the communications devices may opportunistically operate in the spectrum of primary service

This document specifies the air interface, including the cognitive radio medium access control layer (MAC) and physical layer (PHY), of point-to-multipoint and backhaul wireless regional area networks (WRANs) comprised of a professional fixed base station (BS) with fixed and portable user terminals. The document specifies operation in the bands that allow spectrum sharing where the communications devices may opportunistically operate in the spectrum of the primary service, such as the VHF/UHF TV broadcast bands between 54 MHz to 862 MHz, and the 1300 MHz to 1750 MHz and 2700 MHz to 3700 MHz bands provided the regulatory regime allows it.

Télécommunications et échange d'information entre systèmes — Réseaux régionaux sans fil (WRAN) — 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 qui permettent le partage du spectre, où les dispositifs de communication peuvent fonctionner de manière opportuniste dans le spectre du service primaire

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INTERNATIONAL ISO/
STANDARD IEC/IEEE
8802-22
Second edition
2022-06
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
bands that allow spectrum sharing
where the communications devices
may opportunistically operate in the
spectrum of primary service
Télécommunications et échange d'information entre systèmes —
Réseaux régionaux sans fil (WRAN) — 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 qui permettent le partage du
spectre, où les dispositifs de communication peuvent fonctionner de
manière opportuniste dans le spectre du service primaire
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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

(WRANs) comprised of a professional fixed base station (BS) with fixed and portable user terminals

operating in the VHF/UHF TV broadcast bands between 54 MHz to 862 MHz, and potentially in the

1300 MHz to 1750 MHz, and 2700 MHz to 3700 MHz bands provided the regulatory regime allows

it.

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

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

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Participants

The following is a list of participants in the Wireless Regional Area Networks Working Group:

Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Oliver Holland, Vice Chair
Ranga K. Reddy, Lead Editor
Subir Das Gianfranco Miele Paul Nikolich
Robert F. Heile Steve Shellhammer
Historical participants

At the time this standard was submitted to the IEEE SA for approval, the following voting members had

participated in the IEEE P802.22 Working Group until December 2011:
Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Gerald Chouinard, Vice Chair and Lead Editor
Kyu Hwan An Wen Gao Bruce Kraemer
Ingo Gaspard
Chee Wei Ang Steve Kuffner
Kwok Shum Au Monisha Ghosh Denis Kuwahara
Mark Austin Joanna Guenin Chang-Ho Lee
Anuj Batra Jin Guo Geunho Lee
Thomas Gurley
John Benko Haeyoung Lee
Robert Berger JaeSong Han Jeong Suk Lee
Dagnachew Birru Hiroshi Harada Zhongding Lei
Scott Blue Ahren Hartman Wing Seng Leon
Robert F. Heile Barry Lewis
Monique Bourgeois Brown
Gregory Buchwald Anh Twan Hoang Lingjie Li
Winston Caldwell Michael Hoghooghi Ying-Chang Liang
Ed Callaway Mark Hopkins Euntack Lim
Dave Cavalcanti Victor Hou Kyutae Lim
Kiran Challapali Wendong Hu Jiezhen Lin
Soo-Young Chang Junhong Hui Hang Liu
Duckdong Hwang Jinnan Liu
Remi Chayer
Shiuh Yuan Chen Sung Hyun Hwang Michael Lynch
Tao Chen Tae–In Hyon Steve Mace
Jinxia Cheng Yutaka Ikeda David Magee
Soon Ik Jeon Ben Manny
Aik Chindapol
InHwan Choi Baowei Ji David Mazzarese
Liwen Chu Ravi Kalavakunta Tony Morella
Joon–Hwa Chun Jerome J. Kalke Peter Murray
Chris Clanton Bub-Joo Kang Max Muterspaugh
Charles Cook Mark Kelley Mullaguru Naidu
Charles Cooper Ramon Khalona Paul Nikolich
John Notor
Carlos Cordeiro Thomas Kiernan
Subir Das Byoung–Jo Kim Moh Nouroozian
W. Carl Day Chang-Joo Kim Seungmok Oh
Upkar Dhaliwal HakSun Kim Barry O’Mahony
Ashish Pandharipande
Johnny Dixon Kihong Kim
Peter Ecclesine Sangbum Kim Juha Pihlaja
Charles Einolf Gwangzeen Ko Patrick Pirat
Michael Fischer Tom Kolze Ron Porat
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Jeff Poston Dave Silk JungSun Um
Jim Raab Kirk Skeba George Vlantis
Lei Wang
Mohammad Rahman Douglas Smith
Jianfeng Wang
Ranga K. Reddy Eli Sofer
Yunbiao Wang
Ivan Reede Myung Sun Song
Tom Wasilewski
Edgar Reihl Srikathyayani Srikanteswara
Alfred Wieczorek
Jon Walter Rosdahl Jayne Stancavage
Kelly Williams
William Rose Carl Stevenson
Yuchun Wu
Luis Escobar Sanz William Stiles
Shiquan WuBo Xia
Shigenobu Sasaki Hideki Tanaka
Changlong Xu
Jeffrey Schiffer Clifford Tavares
ShanShan Xu
Chris Seagren Victor Tawil
Steve Yao
Alireza Seyedi Shawn Taylor
Yonghong Zeng
Cheng Shan Paul Thompson
Jianwei Zhang
Steve Shellhammer James Tomcik
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
Kak-Sun Kim
Winston Caldwell Mohammad Rahman
Dave Cavalcanti Kihong Kim Ranga K. Reddy
Soo-Young Chang Sangbum 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

The following members participated and voted on the development of IEEE Std 802.22a™-2014:

Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Chang-woo Pyo, Vice Chair

When this amendment was sent to sponsor ballot, the Task Group a had the following membership:

Ranga K. Reddy, Chair and Editor
Winston Caldwell Hynduk Kang Shigenobu Sasaki
Charles Einolf Gwangzeen Ko Steven Shellhammer
Peter Flynn Bruce Kraemer Chunyi Song
Tom Gurley Donghun Lee Victor Tawil
Hiroshi Harada Liru Lu Keat-Beng Toh
Robert F. Heile Michael Lynch Junyi Wang
Byng Jeong Jang Paul Nikolich Bing Xuan Zhao
Jerry Kalke Xin (Amy) Zhang
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Major contributions were received from the following individuals:
Gerald Chouinard Sunghyun Hwang Ranga K. Reddy
Ivan Reede
Charles Einolf Gwangzeen Ko
Chang-woo Pyo

The following members participated and voted on the development of IEEE Std 802.22b™-2015:

Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Chang–woo Pyo, Vice Chair

When this amendment was sent to sponsor ballot, the Task Group b had the following membership:

Chang–woo Pyo, Chair and Editor
Sung Hyun Hwang, Vice Chair
Gabriel Villardi, Secretary
Gregory Buchwald Jerome J. Kalke Masayuki Oodo
Hynduk Kang Ranga K. Reddy
Winston Caldwell
Gerald Chouinard Gwangzeen Ko Ivan Reede
Subir Das Bruce Kraemer Shigenobu Sasaki
Peter Flynn Donghun Lee Steve Shellhammer
Thomas Gurley PinHsun Lin Chunyi Song
Hiroshi Harada Liru Lu Keat–Beng Toh
Robert F. Heile Michael Lynch Xin (Amy) Zhang
Dien Hoang Apurva N. Mody Bing Xuan Zhao
Byung Jang Jeong Paul Nikolich Lei Zhongding

The following members of the individual balloting committee voted on this standard. Balloters may have

voted for approval, disapproval, or abstention.
Thomas Alexander Robert F. Heile Ronald Murias
Richard Alfvin Marco Hernandez Charles Ngethe
Amelia Andersdotter Werner Hoelzl
Nick S. A. Nikjoo
Atsushi Ito
Butch Anton Paul Nikolich
Raj Jain
Stefan Aust Bansi Patel
Harry Bims SangKwon Jeong Walter Pienciak
Kenneth Bow Pranav Jha Clinton Powell
Nancy Bravin Jerome Kalke Venkatesha Prasad
Vern Brethour Piotr Karocki R. K. Rannow
Demetrio Bucaneg Jr. Stuart Kerry Ranga K. Reddy
William Byrd Evgeny Khorov Maximilian Riegel
C. Caicedo Bastidas Yongbum Kim Naotaka Sato
Paul Cardinal Jan Kruys Thomas Starai
Juan Carreon Thomas Kurihara Walter Struppler
Pin Chang Alexander Lackpour David Tepen
Todor Cooklev Hyeong Ho Lee David Thompson
Alistair Duffy Michael Lynch Mark–Rene Uchida
Michael Fischer Bruce Mackie Lisa Ward
Avraham Freedman Jeffery Masters Scott Willy
Zhigang Gong Stephen McCann Andreas Wolf
Randall Groves
Apurva N. Mody Oren Yuen
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When the IEEE SA Standards Board approved this standard on 5 September 2019, it had the following

membership:
Gary Hoffman, Chair
Ted Burse, Vice Chair
Jean-Philippe Faure, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Masayuki Ariyoshi David J. Law Annette D. Reilly
Stephen D. Dukes Joseph Levy Dorothy Stanley
Sha Wei
J. Travis Griffith Howard Li
Xiaohui Liu Phil Wennblom
Guido Hiertz
Kevin Lu Philip Winston
Christel Hunter
Daleep Mohla Howard Wolfman
Joseph L. Koepfinger*
Feng Wu
Andrew Myles
Thomas Koshy
Jingyi Zhou
John D. Kulick
*Member Emeritus
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.22–2019, 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 Bands that Allow Spectrum Sharing where the

Communications Devices May Opportunistically Operate in the Spectrum of Primary Service.

This standard specifies the air interface, including the cognitive radio MAC and PHY, of point-to-multipoint

and backhaul WRANs comprised of a professional fixed BS with fixed and portable user terminals. The

standard specifies operation in the bands that allow spectrum sharing where the communications devices

may opportunistically operate in the spectrum of the primary service, such as the VHF/UHF TV broadcast

bands between 54 MHz to 862 MHz, and the 1300 MHz to 1750 MHz and 2700 MHz to 3700 MHz bands

provided the regulatory regime allows it.
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ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-22:2022(E)
Contents

1. Overview............................................................................................................................................ 15

1.1 Scope...................................................................................................................................... 15

1.2 Purpose................................................................................................................................... 15

1.3 Introduction............................................................................................................................ 16

1.4 Word usage ............................................................................................................................ 19

2. Normative references......................................................................................................................... 20

3. Definitions ......................................................................................................................................... 22

4. Abbreviations and acronyms ............................................................................................................. 30

5. System architecture............................................................................................................................ 36

5.1 Reference architecture ........................................................................................................... 36

5.2 Management reference architecture....................................................................................... 40

6. Packet Convergence sublayer ............................................................................................................ 44

6.1 MAC SDU format.................................................................................................................. 44

6.2 Classification ......................................................................................................................... 44

6.3 IEEE 802.3/Ethernet-specific part ......................................................................................... 46

6.4 IP specific part ....................................................................................................................... 47

7. MAC Common Part sublayer ............................................................................................................ 48

7.1 General................................................................................................................................... 48

7.2 Addressing and connections ..................................................................................................49

7.3 General superframe structure................................................................................................. 50

7.4 General frame structure (on PHY-OM1) ............................................................................... 52

7.5 General frame structure (on PHY-OM2) ............................................................................... 55

7.6 General frame structure for a relay network.......................................................................... 59

7.7 Control headers ............................................................................

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FINAL
INTERNATIONAL ISO /IEC/IEEE
DRAFT
STANDARD FDIS
8802-22
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 6
Telecommunications and information
Secretariat: KATS
exchange between systems — Wireless
Voting begins on:
2021-10-29 Regional Area Networks (WRAN) —
Specific requirements —
Voting terminates
2022- 03-18
Part 22:
Cognitive Wireless RAN Medium
Access Control (MAC) and Physical
Layer (PHY) Specifications: Policies
and procedures for operation in the
bands that allow spectrum sharing
where the communications devices
may opportunistically operate in the
spectrum of primary service
Télécommunications et échange d'information entre systèmes —
Réseaux régionaux sans fil (WRAN) — 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 qui permettent le partage du
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Abstract: This standard specifies the air interface, including the cognitive medium access control

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operating in the VHF/UHF TV broadcast bands between 54 MHz to 862 MHz, and potentially in the

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

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

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The following is a list of participants in the Wireless Regional Area Networks Working Group:

Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Oliver Holland, Vice Chair
Ranga K. Reddy, Lead Editor
Subir Das Gianfranco Miele Paul Nikolich
Robert F. Heile Steve Shellhammer
Historical participants

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

The following members participated and voted on the development of IEEE Std 802.22a™-2014:

Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Chang-woo Pyo, Vice Chair

When this amendment was sent to sponsor ballot, the Task Group a had the following membership:

Ranga K. Reddy, Chair and Editor
Winston Caldwell Hynduk Kang Shigenobu Sasaki
Charles Einolf Gwangzeen Ko Steven Shellhammer
Peter Flynn Bruce Kraemer Chunyi Song
Tom Gurley Donghun Lee Victor Tawil
Hiroshi Harada Liru Lu Keat-Beng Toh
Robert F. Heile Michael Lynch Junyi Wang
Byng Jeong Jang Paul Nikolich Bing Xuan Zhao
Jerry Kalke Xin (Amy) Zhang
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Major contributions were received from the following individuals:
Gerald Chouinard Sunghyun Hwang Ranga K. Reddy
Ivan Reede
Charles Einolf Gwangzeen Ko
Chang-woo Pyo

The following members participated and voted on the development of IEEE Std 802.22b™-2015:

Apurva N. Mody, Chair
Chang–woo Pyo, Vice Chair

When this amendment was sent to sponsor ballot, the Task Group b had the following membership:

Chang–woo Pyo, Chair and Editor
Sung Hyun Hwang, Vice Chair
Gabriel Villardi, Secretary
Gregory Buchwald Jerome J. Kalke Masayuki Oodo
Hynduk Kang Ranga K. Reddy
Winston Caldwell
Gerald Chouinard Gwangzeen Ko Ivan Reede
Subir Das Bruce Kraemer Shigenobu Sasaki
Peter Flynn Donghun Lee Steve Shellhammer
Thomas Gurley PinHsun Lin Chunyi Song
Hiroshi Harada Liru Lu Keat–Beng Toh
Robert F. Heile Michael Lynch Xin (Amy) Zhang
Dien Hoang Apurva N. Mody Bing Xuan Zhao
Byung Jang Jeong Paul Nikolich Lei Zhongding

The following members of the individual balloting committee voted on this standard. Balloters may have

voted for approval, disapproval, or abstention.
Thomas Alexander Robert F. Heile Ronald Murias
Richard Alfvin Marco Hernandez Charles Ngethe
Amelia Andersdotter Werner Hoelzl
Nick S. A. Nikjoo
Atsushi Ito
Butch Anton Paul Nikolich
Raj Jain
Stefan Aust Bansi Patel
Harry Bims SangKwon Jeong Walter Pienciak
Kenneth Bow Pranav Jha Clinton Powell
Nancy Bravin Jerome Kalke Venkatesha Prasad
Vern Brethour Piotr Karocki R. K. Rannow
Demetrio Bucaneg Jr. Stuart Kerry Ranga K. Reddy
William Byrd Evgeny Khorov Maximilian Riegel
C. Caicedo Bastidas Yongbum Kim Naotaka Sato
Paul Cardinal Jan Kruys Thomas Starai
Juan Carreon Thomas Kurihara Walter Struppler
Pin Chang Alexander Lackpour David Tepen
Todor Cooklev Hyeong Ho Lee David Thompson
Alistair Duffy Michael Lynch Mark–Rene Uchida
Michael Fischer Bruce Mackie Lisa Ward
Avraham Freedman Jeffery Masters Scott Willy
Zhigang Gong Stephen McCann Andreas Wolf
Randall Groves
Apurva N. Mody Oren Yuen
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When the IEEE SA Standards Board approved this standard on 5 September 2019, it had the following

membership:
Gary Hoffman, Chair
Ted Burse, Vice Chair
Jean-Philippe Faure, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Masayuki Ariyoshi David J. Law Annette D. Reilly
Stephen D. Dukes Joseph Levy Dorothy Stanley
Sha Wei
J. Travis Griffith Howard Li
Xiaohui Liu Phil Wennblom
Guido Hiertz
Kevin Lu Philip Winston
Christel Hunter
Daleep Mohla Howard Wolfman
Joseph L. Koepfinger*
Feng Wu
Andrew Myles
Thomas Koshy
Jingyi Zhou
John D. Kulick
*Member Emeritus
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.22–2019, 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 Bands that Allow Spectrum Sharing where the

Communications Devices May Opportunistically Operate in the Spectrum of Primary Service.

This standard specifies the air interface, including the cognitive radio MAC and PHY, of point-to-multipoint

and backhaul WRANs comprised of a professional fixed BS with fixed and portable user terminals. The

standard specifies operation in the bands that allow spectrum sharing where the communications devices

may opportunistically operate in the spectrum of the primary service, such as the VHF/UHF TV broadcast

bands between 54 MHz to 862 MHz, and the 1300 MHz to 1750 MHz and 2700 MHz to 3700 MHz bands

provided the regulatory regime allows it.
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Contents

1. Overview............................................................................................................................................ 15

1.1 Scope...................................................................................................................................... 15

1.2 Purpose................................................................................................................................... 15

1.3 Introduction............................................................................................................................ 16

1.4 Word usage ............................................................................................................................ 19

2. Normative references......................................................................................................................... 20

3. Definitions ......................................................................................................................................... 22

4. Abbreviations and acronyms ............................................................................................................. 30

5. System architecture............................................................................................................................ 36

5.1 Reference architecture ........................................................................................................... 36

5.2 Management reference architecture....................................................................................... 40

6. Packet Convergence sublayer ............................................................................................................ 44

6.1 MAC SDU format.................................................................................................................. 44

6.2 Classification ......................................................................................................................... 44

6.3 IEEE 802.3/Ethernet-specific part ......................................................................................... 46

6.4 IP specific part ....................................................................................................................... 47

7. MAC Common Part sublayer ............................................................................................................ 48

7.1 General................................................................................................................................... 48

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

...

FINAL
INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEC/
DRAFT
STANDARD IEEE/FDIS
8802-22
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 6
Telecommunications and information
Secretariat: KATS
exchange between systems — Wireless
Voting begins on:
2021-07-22 Regional Area Networks (WRAN) —
Specific requirements —
Voting terminates on:
2021-12-09
Part 22:
Cognitive Wireless RAN Medium
Access Control (MAC) and Physical
Layer (PHY) Specifications: Policies
and procedures for operation in the
bands that allow spectrum sharing
where the communications devices
may opportunistically operate in the
spectrum of primary service
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ISO/IEC/IEEE FDIS 8802-22:2021(E)

P802.22/D8.0.0, July 2019 Draft 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

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1 Participants

2 At the time this draft standard was completed, the Wireless Regional Area Networks Working Group had

3 the following membership:
4 Apurva N. Mody, Chair
5 Oliver Holland, Vice Chair
6 Ranga Reddy, Lead Editor
8 Participant1 11 Participant4 14 Participant7
9 Participant2 12 Participant5 15 Participant8
10 Participant3 13 Participant6 16 Participant9

18 The following members of the balloting committee voted on this standard. Balloters may have voted for

19 approval, disapproval, or abstention.
21 Baker Kenneth 29 Hwang SunghYun 37 Pyo Chang-woo
22 Chouinard Gerald 30 Holland Oliver 38 Reddy Ranga K.
23 Cotton Michael 31 Kalke Jerome 39 Reede Ivan
24 Das Subir 32 Khambekar Nilesh 40 Shellhammer Steven
25 Grove Bob 33 Miele Gianfranco 41 Suriaputra William
26 Harada Hiroshi 34 Mody Apurva 42 Stan Luc
27 Heile Bob 35 Nikolich Paul 43 Villardi Gabriel
28 Hislop Roger 36 Oodo Masayaki

45 When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this standard on , it had the following

46 membership:
48 Jean-Philippe Faure, Chair
49 Gary Hoffman, Vice Chair
50 John D. Kulick, Past Chair
51 Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
52 Ted Burse 60 Xiaohui Liu 68 Dorothy Stanley
53 Guido R. Hiertz 61 Kevin Lu 69 Mehmet Ulema
54 Gary Hoffman 62 Daleep Mohla 70 Phil Wennblom
55 Christel Hunter 63 Andrew Myles 71 Philip Winston
56 *Joseph L. Koepfinger 64 Paul Nikolich 72 Howard Wolfman
57 Thomas Koshy 65 Ronald C. Petersen
73 Jingyi Zhou
58 Hung Ling 66 Annette D. Reilly
59 Dong Liu 67 Robby Robson
74 *Member Emeritus
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ISO/IEC/IEEE FDIS 8802-22:2021(E)

P802.22/D8.0.0, July 2019 Draft 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
1 Historical Participants

2 At the time this standard was submitted to the IEEE-SA for approval, the following voting members had

3 participated in the IEEE P802.22 Working Group until December 2011.
4 Apurva N. Mody, Chair
5 Gerald Chouinard, Vice-chair and lead editor
7 Kyu Hwan An 54 Mark Hopkins 101 Max Muterspaugh
8 Chee Wei Ang 55 Victor Hou 102 Mullaguru Naidu
9 Kwok Shum Au 56 Wendong Hu 103 Paul Nikolich
10 Mark Austin 57 Junhong Hui 104 John Notor
11 Anuj Batra 58 Sung Hyun Hwang 105 Moh Nouroozian
12 John Benko 59 Duckdong Hwang 106 Seungmok Oh
13 Robert Berger 60 Tae-In Hyon 107 Barry O’Mahony
14 Dagnachew Birru 61 Yutaka Ikeda 108 Ashish Pandharipande
15 Scott Blue 62 Soon Ik Jeon 109 Juha Pihlaja
16 Monique Bourgeois Brown 63 Baowei Ji 110 Patrick Pirat
17 Gregory Buchwald 64 Ravi Kalavakunta 111 Ron Porat
18 Winston Caldwell 65 Jerome J. Kalke 112 Jeff Poston
19 Ed Callaway 66 Bub-Joo Kang 113 Jim Raab
20 Dave Cavalcanti 67 Mark Kelley 114 Mohammad Rahman
21 Kiran Challapali 68 Ramon Khalona 115 Ranga K. Reddy
22 Soo-Young Chang 69 Thomas Kiernan 116 Ivan Reede
23 Remi Chayer 70 Chang-Joo Kim 117 Edgar Reihl
24 Shiuh Yuan Chen 71 Kihong Kim 118 Jon Walter Rosdahl
25 Tao Chen 72 Sangbum Kim 119 William Rose
26 Jinxia Cheng 73 HakSun Kim 120 Luis Escobar Sanz
27 Aik Chindapol 74 Byoung-Jo Kim 121 Shigenobu Sasaki
28 InHwan Choi 75 Gwangzeen Ko 122 Jeffrey Schiffer
29 Liwen Chu 76 Tom Kolze 123 Chris Seagren
30 Joon-Hwa Chun 77 Bruce Kraemer 124 Alireza Seyedi
31 Chris Clanton 78 Steve Kuffner 125 Cheng Shan
32 Charles Cook 79 Denis Kuwahara 126 Steve Shellhammer
33 Charles Cooper 80 Jeong Suk Lee 127 Dave Silk
34 Carlos Cordeiro 81 Chang-Ho Lee 128 Kirk Skeba
35 Subir Das 82 Geunho Lee 129 Douglas Smith
36 W. Carl Day 83 Haeyoung Lee 130 Eli Sofer
37 Upkar Dhaliwal 84 Zhongding Lei 131 Myung Sun Song
38 Johnny Dixon 85 Wing Seng Leon 132 Srikathyayani Srikanteswara
39 Peter Ecclesine 86 Barry Lewis 133 Jayne Stancavage
40 Charles Einolf 87 Lingjie Li 134 Carl Stevenson
41 Michael Fischer 88 Ying-Chang Liang 135 William Stiles
42 Wen Gao 89 Kyutae Lim 136 Hideki Tanaka
43 Ingo Gaspard 90 Euntack Lim 137 Clifford Tavares
44 Monisha Ghosh 91 Jiezhen Lin 138 Victor Tawil
45 Joanna Guenin 92 Jinnan Liu 139 Shawn Taylor
46 Jin Guo 93 Hang Liu 140 Paul Thompson
47 Thomas Gurley 94 Michael Lynch 141 James Tomcik
48 JaeSong Han 95 Steve Mace 142 JungSun Um
49 Hiroshi Harada 96 David Magee 143 George Vlantis
50 Ahren Hartman 97 Ben Manny 144 Lei Wang
51 Robert F. Heile 98 David Mazzarese 145 Jianfeng Wang
52 Anh Twan Hoang 99 Tony Morella 146 Yunbiao Wang
53 Michael Hoghooghi 100 Peter Murray 147 Tom Wasilewski
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ISO/IEC/IEEE FDIS 8802-22:2021(E)

P802.22/D8.0.0, July 2019 Draft 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

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1 Alfred Wieczorek 5 Bo Xia 8 Steve Yao
2 Kelly Williams 6 Changlong Xu 9 Yonghong Zeng
3 Yuchun Wu 7 ShanShan Xu 10 Jianwei Zhang
4 Shiquan Wu 11 Xin Zhang
12 13
14 Major contributions to this standard were made by the following individuals:
16 Kwok Shum Au 32 Thomas Kiernan 45 Mogh Nouroozian
17 John Benko 33 Kihong Kim 46 Ashish Pandharipande
18 Winston Caldwell 34 Sangbum Kim 47 Patrick Pirat
19 Dave Cavalcanti 35 Kak-Sun Kim 48 Mohammad Rahman
20 Soo-Young Chang 36 Gwangzeen Ko 49 Ranga K. Reddy
21 Gerald Chouinard 37 Steve Kuffner 50 Ivan Reede
22 Carlos Cordeiro 38 Zhongding Lei 51 Shigenobu Sasaki
23 Charles Einolf 39 Lingjie Li 52 Cheng Shan
24 Wen Gao 40 Kyutae Lim 53 Steve Shellhammer
25 Monisha Ghosh 41 Jinnan Liu 54 Eli Sofer
26 Thomas Gurley 42 David Mazzarese 55 Carl Stevenson
27 Anh Twan Hoang 43 Apurva N. Mody 56 Victor Tawil
28 Wendong Hu 44 Peter Murray 57 JungSun Um
29 Sung Hyun Hwang 58 George Vlantis
30 Jerome J. Kalke 59 Jianfeng Wang
31 Ramon Khalona 60 Yonghong Zeng

62 The following members participated and voted on the development of IEEE Std. 802.22a-2014.

63 Apurva Mody, Chair
64 Chang-woo Pyo, Vice Chair

65 When this amendment was sent to sponsor ballot, the Task Group a had the following membership:

66 Ranga Reddy, Chair and Editor
68 Winston Caldwell 76 Hynduk Kang 83 Shigenobu Sasaki
69 Charles Einolf 77 Gwangzeen Ko 84 Steven Shellhammer
70 Peter Flynn 78 Bruce Kraemer 85 Chunyi Song
71 Tom Gurley 79 Donghun Lee 86 Victor Tawil
72 Hiroshi Harada 80 Liru Lu 87 Keat-Beng Toh
73 Bob Heile 81 Michael Lynch 88 Junyi Wang
74 Byng Jeong Jang 82 Paul Nikolich 89 Bing Xuan Zhao
75 Jerry Kalke 90 Xin (Amy) Zhang
92 Major contributions were received from the following individuals:
93 Gerald Chouinard 95 Sunghyun Hwang 98 Ranga Reddy
94 Charles Einolf 96 Gwangzeen Ko 99 Ivan Reede
97 Chang-woo Pyo
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ISO/IEC/IEEE FDIS 8802-22:2021(E)

P802.22/D8.0.0, July 2019 Draft 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
1 Members participated and voted on the development of IEEE Std. 802.22b-2015.
2 Apurva Mody, Chair
3 Chang-woo Pyo, Vice Chair

4 When this amendment was sent to sponsor ballot, the Task Group b had the following membership:

5 Chang-woo Pyo, Chair and Editor
6 Sung Hyun Hwang, Vice Chair
7 Gabriel Villardi, Secretary
8 Gregory Buchwald 18 Jerome J. Kalke 28 Masayuki Oodo
9 Winston Caldwell 19 Hynduk Kang 29 Ranga K. Reddy
10 Gerald Chouinard 20 Gwangzeen Ko 30 Ivan Reede
11 Subir Das 21 Bruce Kraemer 31 Shigenobu Sasaki
12 Peter Flynn 22 Donghun Lee 32 Steve Shellhammer
13 Thomas Gurley 23 PinHsun Lin 33 Chunyi Song
14 Hiroshi Harada 24 Liru Lu 34 Keat-Beng Toh
15 Bob Heile 25 Michael Lynch 35 Xin (Amy) Zhang
16 Dien Hoang 26 Apurva Mody 36 Bing Xuan Zhao
17 Byung Jang Jeong 27 Paul Nikolich 37 Lei Zhongding
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ISO/IEC/IEEE FDIS 8802-22:2021(E)

P802.22/D8.0.0, July 2019 Draft 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
1 Introduction

2 This introduction is not part of P802.22/D6.0.0, Standard for Information Technology—

3 Local and Metropolitan Area Networks—
4 Specific requirements—
6 Part 22: Cognitive Radio Wireless Regional Area Network (WRAN) Medium Access
7 Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY)
8 Specifications: Policies and Procedures for

9 Operation in the Bands that Allow Spectrum Sharing where the Communication Devices may Opportunistically

10 Operate in the Spectrum of the Primary Service
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ISO/IEC/IEEE FDIS 8802-22:2021(E)

P802.22/D8.0.0, July 2019 Draft 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

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1 Contents

2 1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................................17

3 1.1 Scope ..................................................................................................................................................17

4 1.2 Purpose ...............................................................................................................................................17

5 1.3 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................17

6 2. Normative references .................................................
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