|Chair||Bo Sun (ZTE)|
|Vice Chair||Hongyuan Zhang (Marvell)|
|Vice Chair||Joseph Levy (InterDigital)|
|Secretary||James Lepp (BlackBerry)|
|Technical Editor||Bahar Sadeghi (Intel)|
802.11p is matured and robust for DSRC applications.However,802.11 PHY and MAC has evolved after 802.11p amendments with many mature technologies (e.g. LDPC, STBC etc).There is a requirement to adopt recent 802.11 technologies for new V2X applications, e.g. for higher throughput applications, and/or better reliability/efficiency, and/or extended range. In Mar 2018, the NGV SG was formed to develop the PAR and CSD for an enhanced V2X technology while keeping backward compatibility with 802.11p. The PAR and CSD was approved by IEEE-SA in Dec 2018. Accordingly, the project IEEE 802.11 Task Group BD was formed to develop the standard amendment for the next generation v2x technologies.
Meeting Mangement Document
|Jan 29||10:00am ~ 11:59am, ET|
|Feb 19||6:00pm ~ 8:00pm, ET|
|Mar 5||10:00am ~ 11:59am, ET|
|Mar 19||6:00pm ~ 8:00pm, ET|
Next meeting: Vancouver, Canada, Mar 2019
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