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IEEE C802.16m-09/1744


Project

IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless Access Working Group <http://ieee802.org/16>

Title

Simplified MEH Format for 802.16m

Date Submitted

2009-08-29

Source(s)

Anil Agiwal, Youngbin Chang, Rakesh Taori, Jungje Son

Samsung Electronics



anilag@samsung.com

yb.chang@samsung.com

Re:

IEEE 802.16-09/0044, IEEE 802.16 Working Group Letter Ballot #30

Abstract

The contribution proposes a simplified MEH format

Purpose

To be discussed and adopted by TGm

Notice

This document does not represent the agreed views of the IEEE 802.16 Working Group or any of its subgroups. It represents only the views of the participants listed in the “Source(s)” field above. It is offered as a basis for discussion. It is not binding on the contributor(s), who reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein.

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Simplified MEH format for 16m

Anil Agiwal, Youngbin Chang, Rakesh Taori, Jungje Son

Samsung Electronics

  1. Introduction

The MEH format adopted in IEEE P802.16m/D1 document [1] has following issues:

  1. The MEH consists of MEHBs and there are many formats of MEHBs

  • First MEHB

  • MEHB (other than first MEHB)

  • First RMEHB

  • RMEHBs (other than first RMEHB)

The adopted format is complex and adds to processing and implementation complexity

  1. The MEH can not be used for multiplexing when management & transport connection having same SA are sent in same PHY burst

  2. The definition of Length field in GMH is different for multiplexed and non multiplexed MAC PDU

This contribution proposes a simplified MEH format, which is a simple extension of single connection MAC PDU format with GMH and FPEH.

  1. Multiplexed MPDU – Simplified MEH

  1. GMH provides the information about 1st Payload’s FlowID & Length.

  2. Multiplexing Extended Header (MEH) provides the information about the other Payloads’ FlowIDs and Lengths as shown in figure 1

  3. MEH is the first extended header present in the MAC PDU

    1. MEH consists of one or more Flow Information Blocks (FIBs)

      1. Number of FIBs = number of connections’ payloads multiplexed in the MAC PDU – 1

      2. Each FIB contains Flow Identifier and Payload Length



Figure 1 Multiplexing Extended Header

  1. Multiplexed MPDU – Simplified MEH Format

Syntax

Size (in bits)

Notes

MEH () {

 

 

Last

1

0 = another extended header follows MEH

1 = another extended header does not follow MEH



Type

4

MEH type

Num Flows

4

Number of Flow information present in the MEH

for (i = 1; i <= Num Flows ; i++) {



 

Flow ID

4

Flow Identifier

Length

11

Length of Payload

}

 

 

Reserved

variable

 

}




 



  1. Multiplexed MPDU – Simplified MEH Illustration



Figure 2 Multiplexed MAC PDU using simplified MEH



Figure 3 Multiplexed and non multiplexed MAC PDU

  1. Multiplexed MPDU – Simplified MEH Overhead Comparison

Overhead in new simplified scheme is same as old scheme.

# Flow Payloads in MPDU

#SDUs per Flow Payload

Old Scheme Overhead (MEH) in bytes

New Simplified Scheme Overhead (MEH + FPEH) in bytes

2

1

7

7

2

2

10

10

2

3

13

13

3

1

11

11

3

2

15

15

3

3

20

20

4

1

15

15

4

2

21

21

4

3

27

27

5

1

19

19

5

2

26

26

5

3

34

34



  1. References

[1] IEEE P802.16m/D1, “DRAFT Amendment to IEEE Standard for Local and metropolitan area networks Part 16: Air Interface for Broadband Wireless Access Systems”

  1. Proposed Text

Replace the entire section 15.2.2.2.4 in P802.16m/D1, page 15-20 by the proposed text as shown below.

-------------------Beginning of Proposed Text---------------------------

15.2.2.2.4 Multiplexing Extended Header (MEH)

The format of MEH is defined in Table 665. It is used when SDUs/SDUs fragments from multiple connections are multiplexed in the same MAC PDU. GMH provides the information about the FlowID and length of the first connection’s payload in MAC PDU. MEH provides the information about the FlowIDs and lengths of the remaining connections’ Payloads in MAC PDU.



Table 665 MEH Format

Syntax

Size
(bit)


Notes

MEH () {







Last

1

0 = another extended header follows MEH

1 = another extended header does not follow MEH



Type

4

MEH type

Num Flows

4

Number of Flow information present in the MEH

for (i = 1; i <= num flows; i++) {






Flow ID

4

Flow Identifier

Length

11

Length of Payload

}







Reserved

variable




}







-------------------End of Proposed Text---------------------------





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