Industrial networks - Coexistence of wireless systems - Part 4: Coexistence management with central coordination of wireless applications (IEC 62657-4:2022)

IEC 62657-4:2022 specifies a concept and methods for central coordination (CC) of automation applications using wireless communications to extend the coexistence management according to IEC 62657-2. It establishes system elements, interfaces and relationships for a central coordination. Functions, data, and data exchange for assessing and maintaining the coexistence state are specified. This document specifies the central coordination point (CCP) approach as one example of the usage of the formal description given in IEC 62657-3. This document is applicable to develop, implement, or modify procedures or solutions. This document provides requirements for automated coexistence management systems. This document provides requirements for: • determination of the coexistence state, • automated coexistence management procedures, • CC amendments for existing wireless communication solutions, • CC functions that coordinate legacy and new wireless communication systems. This document is not restricted to a specific radio frequency range nor is it restricted to a specific wireless communication technology.

Industrielle Kommunikationsnetze - Koexistenz von Funksystemen - Teil 4: Koexistenz-Management mit zentraler Koordination von Funkanwendungen (IEC 62657-4:2022)

Réseaux industriels - Coexistence des systèmes sans fil - Partie 4: Gestion de coexistence avec coordination centralisée des applications sans fil (IEC 62657-4:2022)

l’IEC 62657-4:2022 spécifie un concept et des méthodes de coordination centrale (CC) des applications d’automatisation à l’aide de communications sans fil, afin d’étendre la gestion de coexistence selon l’IEC 62657-2. Elle établit les éléments de système, les interfaces et les relations permettant d’assurer une coordination centrale. Les fonctions, les données et les échanges de données permettant d’évaluer et de maintenir l’état de coexistence sont spécifiés. Le présent document spécifie l’approche du point de coordination central (CCP) comme exemple d’utilisation de la description formelle donnée dans l’IEC 62657-3. Le présent document vise à développer, mettre en œuvre ou modifier des procédures ou solutions. Le présent document fournit les exigences relatives aux systèmes automatisés de gestion de coexistence. Il fournit les exigences relatives:  à la détermination de l’état de coexistence; aux procédures automatisées de gestion de coexistence; aux amendements de la coordination centrale pour les solutions de communication sans fil existantes; aux fonctions de coordination centrale qui coordonnent les systèmes de communication sans fil existants et nouveaux.  Le présent document ne se limite pas à une plage de fréquences radio particulière ni à une technologie de communication sans fil spécifique.

Industrijska omrežja - Soobstoj brezžičnih sistemov - 4. del: Upravljanje soobstoja s centraliziranim usklajevanjem brezžičnih aplikacij (IEC 62657-4:2022)

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN IEC 62657-4:2022
01-oktober-2022

Industrijska omrežja - Soobstoj brezžičnih sistemov - 4. del: Upravljanje soobstoja

s centraliziranim usklajevanjem brezžičnih aplikacij (IEC 62657-4:2022)

Industrial networks - Coexistence of wireless systems - Part 4: Coexistence management

with central coordination of wireless applications (IEC 62657-4:2022)

Industrielle Kommunikationsnetze - Koexistenz von Funksystemen - Teil 4: Koexistenz-

Management mit zentraler Koordination von Funkanwendungen
(IEC 62657-4:2022)
Réseaux industriels - Coexistence des systèmes sans fil - Partie 4: Gestion de
coexistence avec coordination centralisée des applications sans fil
(IEC 62657-4:2022)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN IEC 62657-4:2022
ICS:
25.040.40 Merjenje in krmiljenje Industrial process
industrijskih postopkov measurement and control
35.110 Omreževanje Networking
SIST EN IEC 62657-4:2022 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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Industrial networks - Coexistence of wireless systems - Part 4:
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Coexistence of wireless systems - Part 2:
Coexistence management
IEC 62443 series Security for industrial automation and control - -
systems
ISO/IEC 10731 - Information technology - Open Systems - -
Interconnection - Basic Reference Model -
Conventions for the definition of OSI services
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 7

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 9

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................ 10

2 Normative references .................................................................................................... 10

3 Terms, definitions, abbreviated terms and conventions .................................................. 11

3.1 General ................................................................................................................. 11

3.2 Terms and definitions specific for this document ................................................... 11

3.3 Additional terms and definitions for the templates ................................................. 12

3.4 Terms and definitions given in IEC 62657-2 .......................................................... 14

3.5 Abbreviated terms ................................................................................................. 16

3.6 Conventions used for service descriptions ............................................................ 17

4 Area of consideration ..................................................................................................... 18

4.1 Coexistence conceptual model .............................................................................. 18

4.2 Investigation of coexistence state ......................................................................... 18

4.3 Implementing radio resources and their utilization ................................................. 21

4.4 Coexistence management equipment .................................................................... 22

5 Wireless coexistence management system architecture ................................................. 22

5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 22

5.2 System elements .................................................................................................. 26

5.2.1 Wireless systems and wireless devices for automation applications ............... 26

5.2.2 Central coordination point .............................................................................. 27

5.2.3 Coordination database ................................................................................... 30

5.2.4 Spectrum sensing system .............................................................................. 31

5.3 Protocol reference architecture ............................................................................. 32

5.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 32

5.3.2 Data plane ..................................................................................................... 33

5.3.3 Management and control plane ...................................................................... 34

5.4 System of wireless communication applications .................................................... 35

5.4.1 CCP concept for sharing with incumbent radio systems ................................. 35

5.4.2 Protection of incumbent radio systems ........................................................... 35

5.4.3 CCP concept for intra-system coexistence ..................................................... 35

5.5 Interfaces .............................................................................................................. 37

5.5.1 CCP .............................................................................................................. 37

5.5.2 CCP managed wireless communication application and wireless device ........ 37

5.5.3 Database ....................................................................................................... 37

5.5.4 Spectrum sensing system .............................................................................. 38

6 Parameter for coexistence assessment .......................................................................... 38

7 Parameter for coexistence control ................................................................................. 38

7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 38

7.2 Application parameter ........................................................................................... 39

7.3 Radio parameter ................................................................................................... 39

8 Management and control services ................................................................................. 40

8.1 General ................................................................................................................. 40

8.2 Application communication requirements management services............................ 41

8.2.1 Supported services ........................................................................................ 41

8.2.2 GetGeneralPlantCharacteristic ...................................................................... 41

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8.2.3 SetGeneralPlantCharacteristic ....................................................................... 43

8.2.4 GetApplicationCommunicationRequirements .................................................. 44

8.3 Wireless communication system and device subscription services ........................ 46

8.3.1 Supported services ........................................................................................ 46

8.3.2 SubscribeDevice ............................................................................................ 46

8.3.3 UnsubscribeDevice ........................................................................................ 48

8.3.4 SubscribeSystem ........................................................................................... 50

8.3.5 UnsubscribeSystem ....................................................................................... 52

8.3.6 GetDeviceAttributes ....................................................................................... 53

8.4 Wireless communication system and device configuration and control

services ................................................................................................................ 56

8.4.1 Supported services ........................................................................................ 56

8.4.2 SetTransmitPower ......................................................................................... 56

8.4.3 SetFrequencyChannel ................................................................................... 57

8.4.4 SetBandwidth ................................................................................................ 59

8.4.5 SetFrequencyHoppingSequence .................................................................... 60

8.4.6 SetBlockedFrequencyList .............................................................................. 61

8.4.7 SetDwellTime ................................................................................................ 63

8.4.8 SetMediumAccessControlMechanism ............................................................ 64

8.4.9 SetDeviceStatus ............................................................................................ 65

8.4.10 GetParameter ................................................................................................ 67

8.4.11 SetParameter ................................................................................................ 69

8.5 Medium resource management services ............................................................... 70

8.5.1 Supported services ........................................................................................ 70

8.5.2 GetMediumResourceReport ........................................................................... 71

8.5.3 SetMediumResourceReport ........................................................................... 73

8.5.4 NotifyMediumResource .................................................................................. 75

8.5.5 SetMediumSensingReport ............................................................................. 77

8.5.6 NotifyMediumSensingResults ........................................................................ 79

8.6 Database access services ..................................................................................... 81

8.6.1 Supported service .......................................................................................... 81

8.6.2 GetRadioRegulation ...................................................................................... 81

Annex A (informative) Example of a CCP controlled WCA and incumbent

services/applications within the 5,8 GHz band ...................................................................... 84

Annex B (informative) Use of IEC CDD ................................................................................ 86

Annex C (informative) Mapping of the services to templates ................................................ 88

C.1 General ................................................................................................................. 88

C.2 Templates of the management services ................................................................ 88

C.3 Templates of the subscription services.................................................................. 91

C.4 Templates of the Wireless communication system and device configuration

and control services .............................................................................................. 94

C.5 Templates of the Medium resource management services .................................... 97

C.6 Templates of the Database access services ........................................................ 100

Bibliography ........................................................................................................................ 101

Figure 1 – Wireless coexistence conceptual model according to IEC 62657-2 ....................... 18

Figure 2 – Sources to determine parameters for coexistence state calculation ...................... 19

Figure 3 – Coexistence state function ................................................................................... 21

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Figure 4 – Parameters describing active influences and control parameters used to

manage coexistence ............................................................................................................. 22

Figure 5 – Elements of central coordinated coexistence management system ....................... 24

Figure 6 – Data exchange in central coordinated coexistence management system .............. 25

Figure 7 – CCP managed wireless devices and CCP managed wireless systems .................. 27

Figure 8 – Overview of CCP .................................................................................................. 28

Figure 9 – Protocol reference model of CCP managed wireless device ................................. 33

Figure 10 – CCP for intra-system coexistence....................................................................... 36

Figure 11 – Primitive flow of GetGeneralPlantCharacteristic ................................................. 41

Figure 12 – Primitive flow of SetGeneralPlantCharacteristic .................................................. 43

Figure 13 – Primitive flow of GetApplicationCommunicationRequirements ............................ 45

Figure 14 – Primitive flow of SubscribeDevice ....................................................................... 47

Figure 15 – Primitive flow of UnsubscribeDevice ................................................................... 49

Figure 16 – Primitive flow of SubscribeSystem ...................................................................... 50

Figure 17 – Primitive flow of UnsubscribeSystem .................................................................. 52

Figure 18 – Primitive flow of GetDeviceAttributes .................................................................. 54

Figure 19 – Primitive flow of SetTransmitPower service ........................................................ 56

Figure 20 – Primitive flow of SetFrequencyChannel service .................................................. 58

Figure 21 – Primitive flow of SetBandwidth service ............................................................... 59

Figure 22 – Primitive flow of SetFrequencyHoppingSequence service ................................... 60

Figure 23 – Primitive flow of SetBlockedFrequencyList service ............................................. 62

Figure 24 – Primitive flow of SetDwellTime service ............................................................... 63

Figure 25 – Primitive flow of SetMediumAccessControlMechanism service ........................... 64

Figure 26 – Primitive flow of SetDeviceStatus service ........................................................... 66

Figure 27 – Primitive flow of GetParameter service for CMWCA ............................................ 67

Figure 28 – Primitive flow of GetParameter service for CMWD .............................................. 67

Figure 29 – Primitive flow of SetParameter service for CMWCA ............................................ 69

Figure 30 – Primitive flow of SetParameter service for CMWD .............................................. 69

Figure 31 – Primitive flow of GetMediumResourceReport service for CMWCA ...................... 71

Figure 32 – Primitive flow of GetMediumResourceReport service for CMWD ......................... 71

Figure 33 – Primitive flow of SetMediumResourceReport service for CMWCA ....................... 73

Figure 34 – Primitive flow of SetMediumResourceReport service for CMWD ......................... 74

Figure 35 – Primitive flow of NotifyMediumResource service for CMWCA ............................. 76

Figure 36 – Primitive flow of NotifyMediumResource service for CMWD ................................ 76

Figure 37 – Primitive flow of SetMediumSensingReport service for SSN ............................... 77

Figure 38 – Primitive flow of SetMediumSensingReport service for SSF in CMWD ................ 78

Figure 39 – Primitive flow of NotifyMediumSensingResults service for SSN .......................... 80

Figure 40 – Primitive flow of NotifyMediumSensingResults service for SSF in CMWD ........... 80

Figure 41 – Primitive flow of GetRadioRegulation service ..................................................... 81

Figure A.1 – CCP controlled WCA and incumbent services and applications ......................... 84

Figure A.2 – Overview of incumbent service/applications ...................................................... 85

Figure B.1 – Fostering wireless coexistence management .................................................... 87

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Table 1 – Explanations of radio channels .............................................................................. 19

Table 2 – Level of effectiveness of wireless automation ........................................................ 30

Table 3 – List of parameters for coexistence assessment ..................................................... 38

Table 4 – List of application parameters for coexistence control ............................................ 39

Table 5 – List of radio parameters for coexistence control..................................................... 39

Table 6 – GetGeneralPlantCharacteristic service parameters................................................ 42

Table 7 – SetGeneralPlantCharacteristic service parameters ................................................ 43

Table 8 – GetApplicationCommunicationRequirements service parameters ........................... 45

Table 9 – SubscribeDevice service parameters ..................................................................... 47

Table 10 – UnsubscribeDevice service parameters ............................................................... 49

Table 11 – SubscribeSystem service parameters .................................................................. 51

Table 12 – UnsubscribeSystem service parameters .............................................................. 52

Table 13 – GetDeviceAttributes service parameters .............................................................. 54

Table 14 – SetTransmitPower service parameter .................................................................. 57

Table 15 – SetFrequencyChannel service parameter ............................................................ 58

Table 16 – SetBandwidth service parameter ......................................................................... 59

Table 17 – SetFrequencyHoppingSequence service parameter ............................................. 61

Table 18 – SetBlockedFrequencyList service parameter ....................................................... 62

Table 19 – SetDwellTime service parameter ......................................................................... 63

Table 20 – SetMediumAccessControlMechanism service parameter ..................................... 65

Table 21 – SetDeviceStatus service parameter ..................................................................... 66

Table 22 – GetParameter service parameter ......................................................................... 68

Table 23 – SetParameter service parameter ......................................................................... 70

Table 24 – GetMediumResourceReport service parameter .................................................... 72

Table 25 – SetMediumResourceReport service parameter .................................................... 74

Table 26 – NotifyMediumResource service parameter ........................................................... 76

Table 27 – SetMediumSensingReport service parameter ...................................................... 78

Table 28 – NotifyMediumSensingResults service parameter ................................................. 80

Table 29 – GetRadioRegulation service parameter ............................................................... 82

Table A.1 – Incumbent services and applications .................................................................. 85

Table C.1 – GetGeneralPlantCharacteristic service parameter template ............................... 89

Table C.2 – SetGeneralPlantCharacteristic service parameter template ................................ 90

Table C.3 – GetApplicationCommunicationRequirements service parameter template ........... 90

Table C.4 – SubscribeDevice service parameter template ..................................................... 91

Table C.5 – UnsubscribeDevice service parameter template ................................................. 91

Table C.6 – SubscribeSystem service parameter template .................................................... 92

Table C.7 – UnsubscribeSystem service parameter template ................................................ 92

Table C.8 – GetDeviceAttributes service parameter template ................................................ 93

Table C.9 – SetTransmitPower service parameter template .................................................. 94

Table C.10 – SetFrequencyChannel service parameter template .......................................... 94

Table C.11 – SetBandwidth service parameter template ....................................................... 95

Table C.12 – SetFrequencyHoppingSequence service parameter template ........................... 95

Table C.13 – SetBlockedFrequencyList service parameter template ..................................... 95

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Table C.14 – SetDwellTime service parameter template ....................................................... 96

Table C.15 – SetMediumAccessControlMechanism service parameter template.................... 96

Table C.16 – SetDeviceStatus service parameter template ................................................... 96

Table C.17 – GetParameter service parameter template ....................................................... 97

Table C.18 – SetParameter service parameter template ....................................................... 97

Table C.19 – GetMediumResourceReport service parameter template .................................. 98

Table C.20 – SetMediumResourceReport service parameter template .................................. 98

Table C.21 – NotifyMediumResource service parameter template ......................................... 99

Table C.22 – SetMediumSensingReport service parameter template .................................... 99

Table C.23 – NotifyMediumSensingResults service parameter template .............................. 100

Table C.24 – GetRadioRegulation service parameter template ............................................ 100

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Part 4: Coexistence management with central coordination
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Industrijska komunikacijska omrežja - Brezžična komunikacijska omrežja - 4. del:
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Industrial communication networks - Wireless communication networks - Part 4:
Coexistence management with central coordination of wireless applications

Réseaux de communication industriels - Réseaux de communication sans fil - Partie 4:

Gestion de coexistence avec coordination centralisée des applications sans fil
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industrijskih postopkov measurement and control
35.110 Omreževanje Networking
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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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1 CONTENTS

3 FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 6

4 INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 8

5 1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 9

6 2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 9

7 3 Terms, definitions, abbreviated terms and acronyms ....................................................... 9

8 3.1 Terms and definitions from IEC 62657-2 ................................................................. 9

9 3.2 Additional terms and definitions ............................................................................ 10

10 3.3 Abbreviated terms and acronyms .......................................................................... 11

11 4 Area of consideration..................................................................................................... 14

12 4.1 Coexistence conceptual model .............................................................................. 14

13 4.2 Investigation of coexistence state ......................................................................... 14

14 4.3 Implementing radio resources and their utilization ................................................. 16

15 4.4 Coexistence management equipment .................................................................... 17

16 5 Wireless coexistence management system architecture ................................................. 17

17 5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 17

18 5.2 System elements .................................................................................................. 20

19 5.2.1 Wireless systems and wireless devices for automation applications ............... 20

20 5.2.2 Central coordination point .............................................................................. 22

21 5.2.3 Coordination database ................................................................................... 25

22 5.2.4 Spectrum sensing system .............................................................................. 25

23 5.3 Reference architecture .......................................................................................... 26

24 5.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 26

25 5.3.2 Data plane ..................................................................................................... 27

26 5.3.3 Management and control plane ...................................................................... 28

27 5.4 System of wireless communication applications .................................................... 29

28 5.4.1 CCP concept for sharing with other incumbent radio systems ........................ 29

29 5.4.2 Incumbent protection ..................................................................................... 29

30 5.4.3 CCP concept for intra-system coexistence ..................................................... 29

31 5.5 Interfaces.............................................................................................................. 31

32 5.5.1 CCP .............................................................................................................. 31

33 5.5.2 CCP managed wireless systems and wireless device for automation

34 application ..................................................................................................... 31

35 5.5.3 Database ....................................................................................................... 31

36 5.5.4 Spectrum sensing system .............................................................................. 31

37 6 Parameter for coexistence assessment.......................................................................... 31

38 7 Parameter for coexistence control ................................................................................. 32

39 7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 32

40 7.2 Application parameter ........................................................................................... 32

41 7.3 Radio parameter ................................................................................................... 32

42 8 Management and control services ................................................................................. 33

43 8.1 General ................................................................................................................. 33

44 8.2 Application communication requirements management services ........................... 34

45 8.2.1 Supported services ........................................................................................ 34

46 8.2.2 GetGeneralPlantCharacteristic ...................................................................... 34

47 8.2.3 SetGeneralPlantCharacteristic ....................................................................... 36

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48 8.2.4 GetApplicationCommunicationRequirement ................................................... 37

49 8.3 Wireless communication system and device subscription services ........................ 39

50 8.3.1 Supported services ........................................................................................ 39

51 8.3.2 SubscribeDevice ............................................................................................ 40

52 8.3.3 UnSubscribeDevice ....................................................................................... 41

53 8.3.4 SubscribeSystem ........................................................................................... 43

54 8.3.5 UnsubscribeSystem ....................................................................................... 45

55 8.3.6 GetDeviceAttribute ........................................................................................ 46

56 8.4 Wireless communication system and device configuration and control

57 services ................................................................................................................ 48

58 8.4.1 Supported services ........................................................................................ 48

59 8.4.2 SetTransmitPower ......................................................................................... 49

60 8.4.3 SetFrequencyChannel ................................................................................... 50

61 8.4.4 SetBandwidth ................................................................................................ 51

62 8.4.5 SetFrequencyHoppingSequence .................................................................... 52

63 8.4.6 SetBlackListedFrequencyRange .................................................................... 53

64 8.4.7 SetDwellTime ................................................................................................ 55

65 8.4.8 SetMediumAccessControlMechanism ............................................................ 56

66 8.4.9 SetDeviceStatus ............................................................................................ 57

67 8.5 Medium resource management services ............................................................... 58

68 8.5.1 Supported services ........................................................................................ 58

69 8.5.2 GetMediumResourceReport ........................................................................... 58

70 8.5.3 SetMediumResourceReport ........................................................................... 61

71 8.5.4 GetMediumResource ..................................................................................... 63

72 8.5.5 SetMediumSensingReport ............................................................................. 65

73 8.5.6 GetMediumSensingResults ............................................................................ 67

74 8.6 Database access services ..................................................................................... 69

75 8.6.1 GetRadioRegulation ...................................................................................... 69

76 Annex A (informative) Example of a CCP controlled WCA and incumbent

77 services/applications within the 5,8 GHz band ............................................................... 72

78 Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 74

80 Figure 1 - Wireless coexistence conceptual model according to IEC62657-2 ........................ 14

81 Figure 2 - Sources to determine parameters for coexistence state calculation....................... 15

82 Figure 3 - Coexistence state function .................................................................................... 16

83 Figure 4 - Parameters describing active influences and control parameters used to

84 manage coexistence ............................................................................................................. 17

85 Figure 5 – Elements of central coordinated coexistence management system ....................... 19

86 Figure 6 – Data exchange in central coordinated coexistence management system .............. 20

87 Figure 7 – CCP managed wireless device ............................................................................. 21

88 Figure 8 – Overview of CCP .................................................................................................. 23

89 Figure 9 - Protocol reference model of CCP managed wireless device ................................. 27

90 Figure 10 – CCP for intra-system coexistence ...................................................................... 30

91 Figure 11 – Primitive flow of GetGeneralPlantCharacteristic ................................................. 35

92 Figure 12 – Primitive flow of SetGeneralPlantCharacteristic .................................................. 36

93 Figure 13 – Primitive flow of GetApplicationCommunicationRequirements ............................ 38

94 Figure 14 – Primitive flow of SubscribeDevice ....................................................................... 40

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95 Figure 15 – Primitive flow of UnsubscribeDevice ................................................................... 42

96 Figure 16 – Primitive flow of SubscribeSystem ...................................................................... 43

97 Figure 17 – Primitive flow of UnsubscribeDevice ................................................................... 45

98 Figure 18 – Primitive flow of GetDeviceAttributes .................................................................. 47

99 Figure 19 – Primitive flow of SetTransmitPower service ........................................................ 49

100 Figure 20 – Primitive flow of SetFrequencyChannel service .................................................. 50

101 Figure 21 – Primitive flow of SetBandwidth service ............................................................... 51

102 Figure 22 – Primitive flow of SetFrequencyHoppingSequence service ................................... 52

103 Figure 23 – Primitive flow of SetBlackListedFrequencyRange service ................................... 54

104 Figure 24 – Primitive flow of SetDwellTime service ............................................................... 55

105 Figure 25 – Primitive flow of SetMediumAccessControlMechanism service ........................... 56

106 Figure 26 – Primitive flow of SetDeviceStatus service ........................................................... 57

107 Figure 27 – Primitive flow of GetMediumResourceReport service for CMWCA ...................... 59

108 Figure 28 – Primitive flow of GetMediumResourceReport service for CMWD ......................... 59

109 Figure 29 – Primitive flow of SetMediumResourceReport service for CMWCA ....................... 61

110 Figure 30 – Primitive flow of SetMediumResourceReport service for CMWD ......................... 61

111 Figure 31 – Primitive flow of GetMediumResource service for CMWCA ................................. 63

112 Figure 32 – Primitive flow of GetMediumResource service for CMWD ................................... 63

113 Figure 33 – Primitive flow of SetMediumSensingReport service for SSN ............................... 65

114 Figure 34 – Primitive flow of SetMediumSensingReport service for SSF in CMWD ................ 65

115 Figure 35 – Primitive flow of GetMediumSensingResults service for SSN.............................. 67

116 Figure 36 – Primitive flow of GetMediumSensingResults service for SSF in CMWD .............. 68

117 Figure 37 – Primitive flow of GetRadioRegulation service ..................................................... 69

118 Figure A.1 – CCP controlled WCA and incumbent services and applications ......................... 72

119 Figure A.2 – Overview of incumbent service/applications ...................................................... 73

120

121 Table 1 – Explanations of radio channels .............................................................................. 15

122 Table 2 – Level of effectiveness of wireless automation ........................................................ 24

123 Table 3 – List of parameters for coexistence assessment ..................................................... 32

124 Table 4 – List of application parameters for coexistence control............................................ 32

125 Table 5 – List of radio parameters for coexistence control .................................................... 32

126 Table 6 – GetGeneralPlantCharacteristic service parameters ............................................... 35

127 Table 7 – SetGeneralPlantCharacteristic service parameters ................................................ 36

128 Table 8 – GetApplicationCommunicationRequirements service parameters ........................... 38

129 Table 9 – SubscribeDevice service parameters ..................................................................... 40

130 Table 10 – UnSubscribeDevice service parameters .............................................................. 42

131 Table 11 – SubscribeSystem service parameters .................................................................. 43

132 Table 12 – UnSubscribeDevice service parameters .............................................................. 45

133 Table 13 – GetDeviceAttribute service parameters ................................................................ 47

134 Table 14 – SetTransmitPower service parameter .................................................................. 49

135 Table 15 – SetFrequencyChannel service parameter ............................................................ 50

136 Table 16 – SetBandwidth service parameter ......................................................................... 51

137 Table 17 – SetFrequencyHoppingSequence service parameter ............................................. 53

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138 Table 18 – SetBlackListedFrequencyRange service parameter ............................................. 54

139 Table 19 – SetDwellTime service parameter ......................................................................... 55

140 Table 20 – SetMediumAccessControlMechanism service parameter ..................................... 56

141 Table 21 – SetDeviceStatus service parameter ..................................................................... 57

142 Table 22 – GetMediumResourceReport service parameter .................................................... 59

143 Table 23 – SetMediumResourceReport service parameter .................................................... 61

144 Table 24 – GetMediumResource service parameter .............................................................. 64

145 Table 25 – SetMediumSensingReport service parameter ...................................................... 65

146 Table 26 – GetMediumSensingResults service parameter ..................................................... 68

147 Table 27 – GetRadioRegulation service parameter ............................................................... 69

148 Table A.1 – Incumbent services and applications .................................................................. 73

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155 INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS –
156 WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORKS –
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158 Part 4: Coexistence management with central coordination of wireless
159 applications
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198 International Standard IEC 62657-4 has been prepared by subcommittee 65C: Industrial

199 networks, of IEC technical committee 65: Industrial-process measurement, control and

200 automation.
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220 INTRODUCTION

221 The IEC 62657 series provides background, foundations, process and examples to achieve

222 wireless coexistence. With a coexistence management process according to IEC 62657-2, a

223 predictable assuredness of coexistence can be achieved for a given spectrum while ensuring

224 that application requirements continue to be met. The present document provides an

225 automated coexistence management.
226
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227 INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS –
228 WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORKS –
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230 Part 4: Coexistence management with central coordination of wireless
231 applications
232
233 1 Scope

234 This International Standard specifies a concept and methods for central coordination (CC) of

235 automation applications using wireless communications to extend the coexistence

236 management according to IEC 62657-2. It establishes system elements, interfaces and

237 relationships for a central coordination. Functions, data and data exchange for assessing and

238 maintaining the coexistence state are specified.

239 This document is applicable to develop, implement, or modify procedures or solutions.

240 This document provides requirements for automated coexistence management systems.

241 This document provides requirements for:
242 • Determination of the coexistence state;
243 • Automated coexistence management procedures;
244 • CC amendments for existing wireless communication solutions;

245 • CC functions that coordinate legacy and new wireless communication systems.

246 This document is not restricted to a specific radio frequency range nor is it restricted to a

247 specific wireless communication technology.
248 2 Normative references

249 The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their

250 content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition

251 cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including

252 any amendments) applies.

253 IEC 62657-1, Industrial communication networks - wireless communication networks – Part 1:

254 Wireless communication requirements and spectrum considerations

255 IEC 62657-2, Industrial communication networks – wireless communication networks – Part 2:

256 Coexistence management
257 3 Terms, definitions, abbreviated terms and acronyms

258 For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.

259 ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following

260 addresses:
261 • IEC Electropedia: available at http://www.electropedia.org/
262 • ISO Online browsing platform: available at http://www.iso.org/obp
263
264 3.1 Terms and definitions from IEC 62657-2

265 For the purposes of this document, the following terms as defined in IEC 62657-2 apply:

266 – antenna
267 – automation application
268 – bandwidth
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269 – center frequency
270 – coexistence (wireless communication coexistence)
271 – coexistence assessment
272 – coexistence planning
273 – coexistence management
274 – communication load
275 – duty cycle
276 – dwell time
277 – frequency band
278 – frequency channel
279 – lower cut-off frequency
280 – mechanisms for adaptivity
281 – plant
282 – power spectral density
283 – radio channel
284 – signal to interference and noise ratio
285 – received signal strength indication
286 – receiver sensitivity
287 – transfer interval
288 – wireless application
289 – wireless communication
290 – wireless communication application
291 – wireless communication solution
292 – wireless communication system
293 – wireless device
294 – wireless network
295 – total radiated power
296 – upper cut-off frequency
297
298 3.2 Additional terms and definitions
299 3.2.1
300 allocation

301 entry in the table of frequency allocations of a given frequency band for the purpose of its

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