IJRIT International Journal of Research in Information Technology, Volume 3, Issue 4, April 2015, Pg. 150-152

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WIGIG-The Wireless Technology Swati M.Chandurkar1, Dr. Gajendra R. Bamnote2 Computer Science and Engg.Prof.Ram Meghe Institute Of Tech. and Research, Badnera, Amravati, Maharashtra, India. [email protected] 2

Head of department, Computer Science and Engg.Prof.Ram Meghe Institute Of Tech. and Research, Badnera, Amravati,Maharashtra, India. [email protected] Abstract

Wireless system designers have been facing the continuously increasing demand for high data rates and spectrum sharing required by new wireless applications. Even though wireless LANs is good enough for a lot of applications, WIFI does not do well for many video conferencing, HDTV’s and video streaming. In case such applications WiGig proves to be the most useful and productive of new technologies. This paper clearly explains and discusses WiGig, by obtaining the most recent information about WiGig..

Key Words:WiGig (WIreless GIGabi) , WGA, PHY.

1. Introduction The Wireless Gigabit Alliance commonly called WiGig is the developmentof wireless communications in the 60 GHz band [1]. As the demand for higher data ratesis increasingcontinuously, WiGig wireless technology used for wireless data, voice, and video applications at multigigabitspeeds has been attracting much interest[2].Wireless system designers have started research on future WiFi wireless technologies that are expected to be deployed beyond 2020. This paper focuses on super WiFi such as WiGig solution. The Wireless Gigabit (WiGig) Alliance was formed for supporting advanced applications like wireless display, docking, as well as network access. The WiGig, MAC and PHY Specification enables data rates up to 7 Gbps, more than 10 times the speed of the fastest Wi-Fi networks . 60 GHz; new devices with tri-band radios will be able to seamlessly integrate into existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi networks [3]. The specification supports for manyadvanced uses like wireless docking and connection to displays, virtually instantaneous wireless backups, synchronization and file transfers between computers and handheld devices. The WiGig specification defines Physical (PHY) and Medium Access Control (MAC) layers and is based on IEEE 802.11. This enables native support for IP networking over 60 GHz. It also makes it simpler and less expensive for producing devices that can communicate over both WiGig and existing Wi-Fi using tri-band radios (2.4 GHz,5 GHz and 60 GHz).WiGig uses Galois/ Counter Mode, a highly-efficient mode of operation that is designed to support communication speeds of 10 Gbps and above, provides strong encryption based on the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).There are many characteristics of the wireless gigabit technology because it governs all the applications of networking, transmission of data and different processes of communication with the Swati M.Chandurkar , IJRIT-150

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help of faster rate of multi gigabit. And all the activities of the technology are carried out without the wires. Wireless gigabit technology is able to deal with all the processes of data transmission, display, audio and communication.

2. Related Work on WiGig 2.1History of wigig The history of the WIGIG technology is not very historical. Basically this wireless technology is a proof of expansion of wireless technologies and the working performance of this technology is better and higher than the wifi technology. On the whole it is an evolvement from wifi. In May 2009, a newly formed group called the Wireless Gigabit Alliance announced its intentions to create a new high-speed wireless standard called WiGig (802.11ad). The idea was to set about creating wirelessly interconnected home entertainment and office devices, like PCs, tablets, smartphones and displays, entirely removing the need for wires. They also wanted devices to be constantly connected and ready to transfer [4]. Thus eliminating the need to have both a laptop and a tablet, as a device could connect straight to a display. The alliance In May 2009 the alliance announced something, and WiGig 1.0, announced in December of the same year. In 2010 WiGig and the Wi-Fi alliance announced a cooperation agreement. The agreement combined 60 GHz with traditional Wi-Fi networking that extended the range at slower speeds and helped signals to go through walls to cover entire homes. On November 3, 2010, the WiGig Alliance and the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) announced an association to define the next generation standard wireless display technology. VESA and WiGig Alliance agreed to share technology specifications to develop multi-gigabit wireless Display Port capabilities. In 2011 the WiGig Coalition struck a deal with HDMI Licencing, LLC, adding the universal video jack to its marketing. The official standard was published by the Standards Association of the IEEE in December 2012 as IEEE 802.11ad-2012 as an amendment to the overall IEEE 802.11 standard family. After more than two years of collaboration, in January 2013 the Wireless Gigabit Alliance announced it would merge with the Wi-FiAlliance.[5] The merger was finalized in March. Although no longer a separate organization, the WiGig technology kept its name, with the Wi-Fi Alliance planning to jointly certify both devices in late 2013. On September 9, 2013, a statement revealed that the WiGig protocol would be used in a new wireless version of USB through a deal between the Wi-Fi Alliance and the USB Implementers Forum [5]. The Wireless USB standard would use existing USB 2.0 and 3.0 drivers. The Wi-Fi alliance transferred WiGig wireless transmission technology to the USB Implementers Forum as it is expected that WiGig certified products will implement USB functionality.

2.2Characteristics of wigig The WiGig specification includes key characteristics to maximize performance, minimize implementation complexity and cost, enable compatibility with existing Wi-Fi and provide advanced security. Key features include: 1. Support for data transmission rates up to 7 Gbps; all devices based on the WiGig specification will be capable of gigabit data transfer rates. 2. Designed to support low-power handheld devices such as cell phones, as well as high-performance devices such as computers; includes advanced power management. 3. Support for beam forming, maximizing signal strength and enabling robust communication at distances beyond 10 meters. 4. Support for high-performance, wireless implementations of HDMI, Display Port, USB and PCs.

3. Benefits of WiGigwith working 1. Though the technology works in a very short radius of around 30 feet (9 meters), it provides extremely fast transfer rates, anywhere from 1 GBps to 6 GBps. 2. WiGig devices can take advantage of a new scheduled access mode to reduce power consumption. 3. WiGig will be able to automatically take advantage of the additional speed of 60 GHz WiGig whenever it is available. 4. WiGig won’t replace Internet Wi-Fi router anytime soon, but it may replace all the cables that litter the back of computers, TVs, set-top boxes, and so on . Swati M.Chandurkar , IJRIT-151

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Wireless gigabit or WIGIG technology works in real specific way; it’s some aspects are similar to other wireless devices such as wifi and many more. But many aspects are different and very advanced as compared to all other old wireless technologies. Basically this technology was developed to overcome the little challenges of wireless technologies. At the earlier stage this technology was used in the single room from one system to another system and provides the way of connection between the home appliances but nowadays it become very important and the powerful source of networking for long distances. It is also used for voice communication. The component that take part in the generation and the creation of technology are the same as in wifi but the efficiency is 10 times more as compared to other devices.

4. Conclusion This paper explains WiGig, by obtaining the most recent information about WiGig.WiGig tri-band enabled devices, which operate in the 2.4, 5 and 60 GHz bands, will deliver data transfer rates up to 7 Gbit/s which is almost seven times faster than 802.11acand ten times faster than the highest 802.11n rate. Basically WiGig is going to help us in syncing file transfers, docking, and streaming videos. Wigig is 10 times faster than the wifi but it does not replace the wi-fi. WiGig is something completely different. It’s a fast, short-hauls service at 60 GHz that is meant to replace local area networks.

References [1] T. Seki, N. Honma, K. Nishikawa, and K. Tsunekawa, “A 60-GHz multilayer parasitic microstrip array antenna on LTCC substrate for system-on-package,” IEEE Microw. Wireless Compon. Lett., vol. 15, no. 5, pp. 339–341, May 2005. [2]http://wirelessgigabitalliance.org/news/wigig-to-test-specifications-with-second-technology-lugfest. [3]http://www.rcrwireless.com/americas/20120516/componets/challenges-and-opportunities-for-wigig/. [4] Wireless Gigabit Alliance [Online]. Available: http://wirelessgigabitalliance.org [5]http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9229521/WiGig_wireless_notches_another_chip_partnershipsource=rss latestcontent&utm_source=feedburner&utmmedium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+computerworld%2Fnews%2 Ffeed+%28Latest+from+Computerworld%29.[6]http://www.rcrwireless.com/article/20120418/opinion/analystangle-wigig-lightning-fast-wireless-connectivity/ [7]http://ciscovni.com/gist/index.html [8] Jeffery Andrews, “Seven ways that HetNets are a cellular paradigm Shift”, IEEE Communication Magazine, Vol. 51 No.3 March. 2013. [9] http://www.zdnet.com/super-fast-wi-fi-coming-802-11ac-2013-7000025352/

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