RE: ***Ballot on UK-RA document
For me it was the workload that diverted my attention.
I vote yes.
> From: Jim Carlo[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, January 14, 2000 05:12
> To: IEEE802
> Subject: ***Ballot on UK-RA document
> Importance: High
> <<File: 9263-r7-8W-UK-RA.doc>>
> For some reason, I have not received the normal responses from you-all,
> possibly because of some email issues and new year workload. PLEASE VOTE.
> SEC OFFICIAL EMAIL BALLOT 802.0/7Jan2000
> Issue Date: 7Jan2000 Closing Date: 14Jan2000
> Moved By: Vic Hayes
> Move: Authorize sending the UK-RA Letter (9263-r7-8W-UK-RA) as below.
> At the Kauai ExCom closing meeting, I showed a motion to submit the paper
> the UK RA. Due to the short time the document has been available, and some
> comments from ExCom members, I withdrew the motion with the promise to
> back with an e-mail ballot. After re-editing by the Regulatory ad-hoc
> the update was sent to the reflector of 802.11 with the question whether
> there was any objection. I did not receive any objection, so here is the
> request to do the e-mail ballot. The letter UK-RA has suggested another
> to achieve coexistence between HIPERLAN and 802.11, which 802.11 supports.
> The letter was approved unanimously in 802.11 at the Kauai meeting
> The filing date is January 28.
> Vic Hayes (7Jan2000)
> Note that voting members of SEC are:
> Howard Frazier -
> Bob Grow -
> Paul Nikolich -
> Buzz Rigsbee -
> Bill Lidinsky -
> Geoff Thompson -
> Bob Love -
> Chip Benson -
> Vic Hayes -
> Robert Russell -
> Bob Heile -
> Roger Marks -
> Jim Carlo - Chair
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