[SEMINAR] January 19, 2024 – Ilya Levitsky – False Protection of Real-Time Traffic With Quieting in Heterogeneous Wi-Fi 7 Networks

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Title: False Protection of Real-Time Traffic With Quieting in Heterogeneous Wi-Fi 7 Networks

Speaker: Ilya Levitsky, IITP RAS

Abstract: Real-time application, such as gaming, remote sensing and control, virtual reality applications, and others, steadly enter our daily lives. Their key requirement is low latency, which is challenging to provide in wireless local access networks. The upcoming Wi-Fi 7 technology will introduce the Restricted Target Wake Time (R-TWT) mechanism that would specifically tackle the low latency problem. However, Wi-Fi 7 networks will be heterogeneous: both new and legacy devices will coexist there. To protect R-TWT from transmissions of legacy devices, the existing Quieting Framework is to be used. The question is whether existing devices truly support the Quieting Framework so that they obey the rules aimed to assist real-time traffic service. This talk will explain how this question has been put to the test. In the talk the scale and severety of the problem will be unravelled and potential solutions will be discussed.

Bio: Ilya Levitsky received his BS degree and MS degree in applied mathematics and physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 2018 and 2020, respectively. Currently, he is a researcher in Wireless Networks Lab, IITP RAS and he is working toward his Ph.D. degree. Ilya created a first-ever physical prototype of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) Wi-Fi device. Ilya Levitsky is also a voting member of IEEE 802.11 that develops and standardizes Wi-Fi. He authors a dozen of papers and patent applications. His professional interests include Wi-Fi technology, NOMA systems, software-defined radio prototyping, and Wi-Fi 7 and Wi-Fi 8 innovations, multi-link operation in particular.

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