IEEE 802 Emergency Services
IEEE 802 Executive Committee Study Group
(superceded by IEEE 802.23 Working Group)
The Emergency Services EC Study Group was created by IEEE 802 EC action at the close of the July 2009 Plenary
Charter: to address Emergency Services issues in IEEE 802 networks with the following objectives:
Develop an architecture (scope(s) and purpose(s)) as to how to fit Emergency Services into the IEEE 802 architecture (i.e., state the problem in terms that we can deal with).
Define, in conjunction with upper layer SDOs, L2 requirements (including regulatory requirements)to support ES for IEEE 802 technologies
Develop a set of PAR/5C to satisfy the above requirements
The SG was chaired (by appointment of the 802 Chair):
Mountain View, California USA
GraCaSI Standards Advisors (sponsored by InterDigital)
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The Study Group's work was completed at
the 802 Plenary in Orlando in March of 2010.
The result of our work was a PAR and 5 Criteria which was approved by the 802 EC on Friday, March 19, 2010.
The PAR was approved by the IEEE-SA Standards Board on March 25, 2010
Approval of the PAR resulted in the creation of the IEEE 802.23 Working Group.
All further work on this topic is to be done in the IEEE 802.23 Working Group.
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