All interested parties are welcome to attend our open Public meetings of the IEEE 802.11 Working Group, you do not have to be an IEEE member to attend. There is a registration fee, to defray the cost of the session. At Plenary sessions these are administered by the IEEE 802 LMSC organization. Interim sessions are administered by the IEEE 802.11/15 Working Groups. This is in-addition to your individual hotel accommodation, and travel expenses.  Click here to view an Example Plenary and Interim Session Agenda, or review the latest Combined Tentative Agenda for the next IEEE 802.11 WG Session below.

For Year 2017   Session Type
May 7-12 Daejeon Convention Center, Daejeon, Korea

Agenda (tentative until approved)

Meeting Website

Meeting Registration

Session information site


Meeting Registration rates:

Early Bird rate is available until March 29, 2017. 
Standard rate is available before April 26, 2017. 
Onsite rate is available on or from April 26, 2017.

 Early Registration Deadline Before March 29, 2017Standard Registration Deadline Before April 26, 2017Late Registration Deadline on or from April 26, 2017
Registration FeeUS$850US$1,100US$1,350


On this page, you will find two links to the hotels we are using for the May Interim meeting in Daejeon Korea. One is to the Lotte City Hotel, Daejeon Convention Center and the other is the ICC hotel.  Both hotels are within one block walking distance from the Daejeon Convention Center.  We have 200 rooms at Lotte City and 50 rooms at ICC (20 doubles and 30 singles) at our group rate.

The links will take you to forms that need to be filled out and returned to the hotel.  They do not provide online booking services until 2-4 weeks in advance of arrival date, which does not serve our purposes.  The Lotte City allows full cancellations up to 2 weeks in advance, and ICC 3 days in advance. 

ICC includes a minimal breakfast, whereas Lotte City offers a more comprehensive breakfast.  Breakfast will not be available at the Convention Center. Be aware that, since these blocks have no financial penalty associated with them, in room Wi-Fi might not be included in all room categories at no charge.

Also be aware that these are the only two hotels close to the convention center. To ensure you are able to stay near by, do not delay in making your reservation.

163 Interim*
July 9-14 Estrel Hotel and Convention Center, Berlin, Germany

Hotel Reservation


Estrel Berlin
Sonnenallee 225
12057 Berlin, Germany
* Phone +49 30 6831 0
* Hotel Information Website:
* Reservation Inquiries:

The IEEE 802 Plenary Session Registration Rate is not reduced for attendees staying at Estrel Hotel Berlin.

* SINGLE OCCUPANCY EUR 127.00 per Night
* DOUBLE OCCUPANCY EUR 168.00 per Night

* Includes service charges & VAT
* Includes Internet Access, Full Buffet Breakfast
* Rate applies to Single/Double Occupancy Run of House Rooms

* 11:59 PM CET (Central European Time, UTC + 1), 2:59 PM PST (Pacific Standard Time, UTC - 8)

* Guest room reservations can be cancelled free of charge until 4 weeks prior to arrival date.
* After the cancellation date: All cancellations, no shows, and or early departures the Estrel are charged 80% of the reservation as booked as cancellation charges.
* Cancel Reservation by email:

Meeting Planner Contact Information
Face to Face Events, Inc.
621 Promontory Drive West
Newport Beach, CA 92660 USA
Phone# +1 949-514-8004
164 Plenary
September 10-15 Hilton Waikoloa Village, Kona, HI, USA 165 Interim*
November 5-10 Caribe Hotel and Convention Center, Orlando, FL, USA 166 Plenary
For Year 2018   Session Type
January 14-19 Hotel Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA 167  Interim*
March 4-9 Hyatt Regency O'Hare, Rosemont, Illinois, USA 168 Plenary
May EMEA destination 169 Interim*
July 8-13 Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA, USA 170 Plenary
September 9-14 Hilton Waikoloa Village, Kona, HI, USA 171 Interim*
November 11-16 Suzhou, China (TBC)  172 Plenary
For Year 2019   Session Type
173  Interim*
March 10-15
174 Plenary
175 Interim*
July 14-19 Austria Congress Centre, Vienna, Austria
176 Plenary
177 Interim*
November  10-15 Hilton Waikoloa Village, Kona, HI, USA  178 Plenary


* Denotes - The IEEE 802.11 Working Group for Wireless Area Networks (WLANs) session is co-located with the IEEE 802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs), IEEE 802.18 Technical Advisory Group for Radio Regulatory (R-REG), IEEE 802.19 Technical Advisory Group for Wireless Coexistence (COEX), IEEE 802.20 Working Group for Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA), IEEE 802.21 Working Group for Media Independent Handover Interoperability (MIHI), and IEEE 802.22 Working Group for Wireless Regional Area Networks (WRAN) sessions. A joint opening session with the five Working Groups and both the Technical Advisory Groups is normally carried out, at all Interim sessions.



  • New attendees should check the agenda file for any new members orientation session. This session typically takes place on Sunday afternoon or Monday morning,  and is intended to bring new attendees rapidly up to speed with how to operate effectively within the group.

  • The Online Tentative Session Agenda displayed is always subject to change, after review at the start of the Full Working Group session for each meeting, and may be revised during the week to incorporate any necessary work.

  • All Working Group sessions start promptly on time, as detailed in the session agenda.

  • Attendees should bring a Laptop computer (or other small form factor computing device) equipped with 802.11 connectivity for use at the meetings.  This is needed to access meeting documents and draft standards and to record meeting attendance.

  • The Working Group operates under a hierarchy of IEEE, IEEE-SA, IEEE LMSC and 802.11 policies and procedures as described in You are deemed to be aware of and compliant to these rules by your participation in an 802.11 meeting.

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