WLPAN/ RE: [802SEC] Final Draft Comment to FCC FNPRM 99-231
Vic, I believe that the introduction in the letter is TOO FORMAL. Rather,
this is a response from IEEE 802 to questions asked in the FNPRM and
highlighted by the visit of Julius Knapp at our March meeting. I talked with
Roger Marks and he confirmed my viewpoint.
Also, I would prefer NOT to use the term LMSC but call ourselves IEEE 802. I
am sending you comments (all of them editorial and not dealing with the
technical issue but rather how 802 represents itself).
Let's you and I get together by phone to discuss these items, create a final
version, and then you can post.
Jim Carlo (firstname.lastname@example.org) Cellular:1-214-693-1776
TI Fellow, Networking Standards at Texas Instruments
Vice Chair, IEEE-SA Standards Board
Chair, IEEE802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Hayes, Vic
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2001 10:49 AM
To: 802.0 reflector
Cc: joint 802.11 and 15 reflector; reflector 802.16; Gorman, Judy IEEE
Subject: [802SEC] Final Draft Comment to FCC FNPRM 99-231
With the help of Carl Stevenson, Peter Murray, Denis Kuwahara and Mike
Green, I reviewed the comments we received and produced the final draft as
shown in the attachment (doc.: 11-01/391r8). Changes from rev. 6 and from
rev. 7 are available if you turn the show revisions attribute to on.
Thanks to the helpers, Bob Grow, Paul Nikolich, Victoria Poncini, Sean
Coffey, David Hytha and Uzi Padan for their review and comments.
Comments (purely editorial) available to me on Wednesday Beginning of my
Business day will be considered after which I will file the comments.
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