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stds-802-16: P802.16.2 Telecommunications and Information Exchange Between Systems - LAN/MAN Specific Requirements - Coexistence of Broadband Wireless Access Systems

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Attached is IEEE's acceptance of our coexistence PAR (802.16.2).

IEEE made one change: they added coordination with the IEEE Communications Society. I have updated the HTML version of the PAR and have added a link to the more "official" PDF version.


27 September 1999

Mr. James Carlo
Texas Instruments
9208 Heatherdale Drive
Dallas, TX 75243-6332

Re:	P802.16.2	Telecommunications and Information Exchange Between
			Systems - LAN/MAN Specific Requirements - Coexistence
			of Broadband Wireless Access Systems

Dear Mr. Carlo:

I am pleased to inform you that on 16 September 1999 the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved the above referenced project adding coordination with the Communications Society.  Gerry Petersen of the Communications Society has responded positively to this coordination and this has been added to the PAR form.  A copy of the file is attached in .pdf format.

At the bottom of this e-mail, please find URLs which you may find useful in the development of your proposed standard and in submitting your final draft for approval.  Written responses from all committees/organizations listed on the PAR as proposed coordination must be included with the final draft when it is submitted.

If coordination is effected by common membership, i.e., a person on the standard's developing committee who is also a member of the committee/organization specified on the PAR for coordination, there must be a document included with the final draft from that coordinating body which states that person is authorized to represent it.  We strongly recommend that a copy of your draft be sent to this office for review prior to the final voting by the working group to allow for a quick review by the editorial staff before sponsor balloting.

If you should have any further questions or would like to receive this information in paper, please contact me at 732-562-6367 or by email at j.haasz@ieee.org


Jodi Haasz
Administrator, Standards Process Support
NesCom Administrator

cc:	R. Marks


Standards Process-at-a-Glance
http://standards.ieee.org/resources/glance.html - A quick-reference site useful to any standards developer.

IEEE Standards Style Manual
http://standards.ieee.org/guides/style/index.html - Guidelines that establish style and format requirements for the preparation of proposed IEEE standards.

IEEE Standards Companion
http://standards.ieee.org/guides/companion/index.html - An overall view of the standards process; what to do, what to avoid, lessons learned, and sample forms.

Implement Plan for Metric Policy 9.20
http://standards.ieee.org/announcements/metric.html - Information on when, why and how the plan will be implemented and what exceptions exist.

Leading a Standards Development Group
http://standards.ieee.org/faqs/ltpres.html#q1 - A free training session offered by staff to make the most of the standards process. After attending, you will have a great understanding of:

- the need for due process and consensus
- how to submit PARs and Drafts
- the "legal" aspects (copyrights, trademarks, patents)
- how staff can help you

Standards Coordinating Committee 10
http://standards.ieee.org/faqs/SCC10.html - An explanation of the importance of coordinating with the IEEE Dictionary (SCC10) as is mandated on the PAR form.

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