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#include "wifi_hal.h"
#include "gscan.h"
#ifndef __WIFI_HAL_RTT_H__
#define __WIFI_HAL_RTT_H__
/* Ranging status */
typedef enum {
RTT_STATUS_FAILURE = 1, // general failure status
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_NO_RSP = 2, // target STA does not respond to request
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_REJECTED = 3, // request rejected. Applies to 2-sided RTT only
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_TM_TIMEOUT = 5, // timing measurement times out
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_AP_ON_DIFF_CHANNEL = 6, // Target on different channel, cannot range
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_NO_CAPABILITY = 7, // ranging not supported
RTT_STATUS_ABORTED = 8, // request aborted for unknown reason
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_INVALID_TS = 9, // Invalid T1-T4 timestamp
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_PROTOCOL = 10, // 11mc protocol failed
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_SCHEDULE = 11, // request could not be scheduled
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_BUSY_TRY_LATER = 12, // responder cannot collaborate at time of request
RTT_STATUS_INVALID_REQ = 13, // bad request args
RTT_STATUS_NO_WIFI = 14, // WiFi not enabled
RTT_STATUS_FAIL_FTM_PARAM_OVERRIDE = 15 // Responder overrides param info, cannot range with new params
} wifi_rtt_status;
/* RTT peer type */
typedef enum {
RTT_PEER_AP = 0x1,
RTT_PEER_P2P_GO = 0x3,
} rtt_peer_type;
/* RTT Measurement Bandwidth */
typedef enum {
WIFI_RTT_BW_5 = 0x01,
WIFI_RTT_BW_10 = 0x02,
WIFI_RTT_BW_20 = 0x04,
WIFI_RTT_BW_40 = 0x08,
WIFI_RTT_BW_80 = 0x10,
WIFI_RTT_BW_160 = 0x20
} wifi_rtt_bw;
/* RTT Measurement Preamble */
typedef enum {
} wifi_rtt_preamble;
/* RTT Type */
typedef enum {
} wifi_rtt_type;
/* RTT configuration */
typedef struct {
mac_addr addr; // peer device mac address
wifi_rtt_type type; // 1-sided or 2-sided RTT
rtt_peer_type peer; // optional - peer device hint (STA, P2P, AP)
wifi_channel_info channel; // Required for STA-AP mode, optional for P2P, NBD etc.
unsigned burst_period; // Time interval between bursts (units: 100 ms).
// Applies to 1-sided and 2-sided RTT multi-burst requests.
// Range: 0-31, 0: no preference by initiator (2-sided RTT)
unsigned num_burst; // Total number of RTT bursts to be executed. It will be
// specified in the same way as the parameter "Number of
// Burst Exponent" found in the FTM frame format. It
// applies to both: 1-sided RTT and 2-sided RTT. Valid
// values are 0 to 15 as defined in 802.11mc std.
// 0 means single shot
// The implication of this parameter on the maximum
// number of RTT results is the following:
// for 1-sided RTT: max num of RTT results = (2^num_burst)*(num_frames_per_burst)
// for 2-sided RTT: max num of RTT results = (2^num_burst)*(num_frames_per_burst - 1)
unsigned num_frames_per_burst; // num of frames per burst.
// Minimum value = 1, Maximum value = 31
// For 2-sided this equals the number of FTM frames
// to be attempted in a single burst. This also
// equals the number of FTM frames that the
// initiator will request that the responder send
// in a single frame.
unsigned num_retries_per_rtt_frame; // number of retries for a failed RTT frame. Applies
// to 1-sided RTT only. Minimum value = 0, Maximum value = 3
//following fields are only valid for 2-side RTT
unsigned num_retries_per_ftmr; // Maximum number of retries that the initiator can
// retry an FTMR frame.
// Minimum value = 0, Maximum value = 3
byte LCI_request; // 1: request LCI, 0: do not request LCI
byte LCR_request; // 1: request LCR, 0: do not request LCR
unsigned burst_duration; // Applies to 1-sided and 2-sided RTT. Valid values will
// be 2-11 and 15 as specified by the 802.11mc std for
// the FTM parameter burst duration. In a multi-burst
// request, if responder overrides with larger value,
// the initiator will return failure. In a single-burst
// request if responder overrides with larger value,
// the initiator will sent TMR_STOP to terminate RTT
// at the end of the burst_duration it requested.
wifi_rtt_preamble preamble; // RTT preamble to be used in the RTT frames
wifi_rtt_bw bw; // RTT BW to be used in the RTT frames
} wifi_rtt_config;
/* RTT results */
typedef struct {
mac_addr addr; // device mac address
unsigned burst_num; // burst number in a multi-burst request
unsigned measurement_number; // Total RTT measurement frames attempted
unsigned success_number; // Total successful RTT measurement frames
byte number_per_burst_peer; // Maximum number of "FTM frames per burst" supported by
// the responder STA. Applies to 2-sided RTT only.
// If reponder overrides with larger value:
// - for single-burst request initiator will truncate the
// larger value and send a TMR_STOP after receiving as
// many frames as originally requested.
// - for multi-burst request, initiator will return
// failure right away.
wifi_rtt_status status; // ranging status
byte retry_after_duration; // When status == RTT_STATUS_FAIL_BUSY_TRY_LATER,
// this will be the time provided by the responder as to
// when the request can be tried again. Applies to 2-sided
// RTT only. In sec, 1-31sec.
wifi_rtt_type type; // RTT type
wifi_rssi rssi; // average rssi in 0.5 dB steps e.g. 143 implies -71.5 dB
wifi_rssi rssi_spread; // rssi spread in 0.5 dB steps e.g. 5 implies 2.5 dB spread (optional)
wifi_rate tx_rate; // 1-sided RTT: TX rate of RTT frame.
// 2-sided RTT: TX rate of initiator's Ack in response to FTM frame.
wifi_rate rx_rate; // 1-sided RTT: TX rate of Ack from other side.
// 2-sided RTT: TX rate of FTM frame coming from responder.
wifi_timespan rtt; // round trip time in picoseconds
wifi_timespan rtt_sd; // rtt standard deviation in picoseconds
wifi_timespan rtt_spread; // difference between max and min rtt times recorded in picoseconds
int distance_mm; // distance in mm (optional)
int distance_sd_mm; // standard deviation in mm (optional)
int distance_spread_mm; // difference between max and min distance recorded in mm (optional)
wifi_timestamp ts; // time of the measurement (in microseconds since boot)
int burst_duration; // in ms, actual time taken by the FW to finish one burst
// measurement. Applies to 1-sided and 2-sided RTT.
int negotiated_burst_num; // Number of bursts allowed by the responder. Applies
// to 2-sided RTT only.
wifi_information_element *LCI; // for 11mc only
wifi_information_element *LCR; // for 11mc only
} wifi_rtt_result;
/* RTT result callback */
typedef struct {
void (*on_rtt_results) (wifi_request_id id, unsigned num_results, wifi_rtt_result *rtt_result[]);
} wifi_rtt_event_handler;
/* API to request RTT measurement */
wifi_error wifi_rtt_range_request(wifi_request_id id, wifi_interface_handle iface,
unsigned num_rtt_config, wifi_rtt_config rtt_config[], wifi_rtt_event_handler handler);
/* API to cancel RTT measurements */
wifi_error wifi_rtt_range_cancel(wifi_request_id id, wifi_interface_handle iface,
unsigned num_devices, mac_addr addr[]);
/* NBD ranging channel map */
typedef struct {
wifi_channel availablity[32]; // specifies the channel map for each of the 16 TU windows
// frequency of 0 => unspecified; which means firmware is
// free to do whatever it wants in this window.
} wifi_channel_map;
/* API to start publishing the channel map on responder device in a NBD cluster.
Responder device will take this request and schedule broadcasting the channel map
in a NBD ranging attribute in a SDF. DE will automatically remove the ranging
attribute from the OTA queue after number of DW specified by num_dw
where Each DW is 512 TUs apart */
wifi_error wifi_rtt_channel_map_set(wifi_request_id id,
wifi_interface_handle iface, wifi_channel_map *params, unsigned num_dw);
/* API to clear the channel map on the responder device in a NBD cluster.
Responder device will cancel future ranging channel request, starting from “next”
DW interval and will also stop broadcasting NBD ranging attribute in SDF */
wifi_error wifi_rtt_channel_map_clear(wifi_request_id id, wifi_interface_handle iface);
// Preamble definition for bit mask used in wifi_rtt_capabilities
#define PREAMBLE_HT 0x2
#define PREAMBLE_VHT 0x4
// BW definition for bit mask used in wifi_rtt_capabilities
#define BW_5_SUPPORT 0x1
#define BW_10_SUPPORT 0x2
#define BW_20_SUPPORT 0x4
#define BW_40_SUPPORT 0x8
#define BW_80_SUPPORT 0x10
#define BW_160_SUPPORT 0x20
/* RTT Capabilities */
typedef struct {
byte rtt_one_sided_supported; // if 1-sided rtt data collection is supported
byte rtt_ftm_supported; // if ftm rtt data collection is supported
byte lci_support; // if initiator supports LCI request. Applies to 2-sided RTT
byte lcr_support; // if initiator supports LCR request. Applies to 2-sided RTT
byte preamble_support; // bit mask indicates what preamble is supported by initiator
byte bw_support; // bit mask indicates what BW is supported by initiator
byte responder_supported; // if 11mc responder mode is supported
byte mc_version; // draft 11mc spec version supported by chip. For instance,
// version 4.0 should be 40 and version 4.3 should be 43 etc.
} wifi_rtt_capabilities;
/* RTT capabilities of the device */
wifi_error wifi_get_rtt_capabilities(wifi_interface_handle iface, wifi_rtt_capabilities *capabilities);
/* debugging definitions */
enum {
}; //rtt debug type
enum {
}; //rtt debug format
typedef struct rtt_debug {
unsigned version;
unsigned len; // total length of after len field
unsigned type; // rtt debug type
unsigned format; //rtt debug format
char dbuf[0]; // debug content
} rtt_debug_t;
/* set configuration for debug */
wifi_error wifi_rtt_debug_cfg(wifi_interface_handle h, unsigned rtt_dbg_type, char *cfgbuf, unsigned cfg_buf_size);
/* get the debug information */
wifi_error wifi_rtt_debug_get(wifi_interface_handle h, rtt_debug_t **debugbuf);
/* free the debug buffer */
wifi_error wifi_rtt_debug_free(wifi_interface_handle h, rtt_debug_t *debugbuf);
/* API for setting LCI/LCR information to be provided to a requestor */
typedef enum {
WIFI_MOTION_NOT_EXPECTED = 0, // Not expected to change location
WIFI_MOTION_EXPECTED = 1, // Expected to change location
WIFI_MOTION_UNKNOWN = 2, // Movement pattern unknown
} wifi_motion_pattern;
typedef struct {
long latitude; // latitude in degrees * 2^25 , 2's complement
long longitude; // latitude in degrees * 2^25 , 2's complement
int altitude; // Altitude in units of 1/256 m
byte latitude_unc; // As defined in Section 2.3.2 of IETF RFC 6225
byte longitude_unc; // As defined in Section 2.3.2 of IETF RFC 6225
byte altitude_unc; // As defined in Section 2.4.5 from IETF RFC 6225:
//Following element for configuring the Z subelement
wifi_motion_pattern motion_pattern;
int floor; // floor in units of 1/16th of floor. 0x80000000 if unknown.
int height_above_floor; // in units of 1/64 m
int height_unc; // in units of 1/64 m. 0 if unknown
} wifi_lci_information;
typedef struct {
char country_code[2]; // country code
int length; // length of the info field
char civic_info[256]; // Civic info to be copied in FTM frame
} wifi_lcr_information;
// API to configure the LCI. Used in RTT Responder mode only
wifi_error wifi_set_lci(wifi_request_id id, wifi_interface_handle iface,
wifi_lci_information *lci);
// API to configure the LCR. Used in RTT Responder mode only.
wifi_error wifi_set_lcr(wifi_request_id id, wifi_interface_handle iface,
wifi_lcr_information *lcr);
* RTT Responder information
typedef struct {
wifi_channel_info channel;
wifi_rtt_preamble preamble;
} wifi_rtt_responder;
* Get RTT responder information e.g. WiFi channel to enable responder on.
wifi_error wifi_rtt_get_responder_info(wifi_interface_handle iface,
wifi_rtt_responder *responder_info);
* Enable RTT responder mode.
* channel_hint - hint of the channel information where RTT responder should be enabled on.
* max_duration_seconds - timeout of responder mode.
* channel_used - channel used for RTT responder, NULL if responder is not enabled.
wifi_error wifi_enable_responder(wifi_request_id id, wifi_interface_handle iface,
wifi_channel_info channel_hint, unsigned max_duration_seconds,
wifi_rtt_responder *responder_info);
* Disable RTT responder mode.
wifi_error wifi_disable_responder(wifi_request_id id, wifi_interface_handle iface);