Re: [802SEC] +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT 020302 on an IEEE802 communication to ETSI-BRAN+++
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- Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 10:41:19 -0500
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At 08:45 AM 2/3/02 -0500, Paul Nikolich wrote:
>SEC EMAIL BALLOT 020302
>Below is a motion moved by Vic Hayes and Seconded by Roger Marks. Please
>cast your vote as soon as possible, as we would like to close this ballot
>before the start of the ETSI meeting if possible.
>Please send your ballot and comments to the SEC mailing list and copy me
>directly (email@example.com) as well.
>--Paul Nikolich, Chair 802
>SEC OFFICIAL EMAIL BALLOT 802.0/01Feb2002
>Issue date: 03Feb2002 9AMEST Closing Date: 13Feb2002 9AMEST
>Moved By: Vic Hayes
>Second By: Roger Marks
>Move: to submit document RR-02-018 and RR-02-018A as
>Liaison statement to ETSI-BRAN, copy to MMAC.
>ETSI-BRAN and MMAC are the European and Japanese
>standards bodies for Wireless LAN. We maintain a
>cooperative liaison to obtain spectrum for our devices.
>Those documents contain valuable information of IEEE 802
>approved and potential wireless standards for the
>sharing studies going on in ETSI-BRAN and CEPT "Joint
>Project Team 5 GHz issues, JPT5G". We hope that this
>information will gain acceptance of the incumbent users
>of the 5470-5725 MHz band, so that allocation of the band
>for RLAN use will be brought closer to achievement.
>This document was produced at the Interim meeting of 802.11
>and 802.15 last week, in a joint effort of the Radio
>Regulations group and the Task Group responsible for a
>supplement to 802.11 for addition of regulatory measures
>to work in Europe (i.e. to make sharing possible).
>802.15 approved the submission with 10, 0, 3
> 802.11h and RR approved the submission with 23, 0, 2
>802.11 adjourned before this item was on the agenda
>802.16 met in Lapland 7 hours ahead of our meeting. However,
>Roger agreed that their liaison, Mika Kasslin, at this
>meeting would have carried 802.16 interest.
>Mika is the Chairman in 802.11 for 11h and is Chairman for
>the Harmonized Standard for HIPERLAN in ETSI-BRAN in any
>case, stated that the information is to the benefit of ALL Wireless
>The ETSI-BRAN meeting starts on February 12.
>We are welcoming your early vote..
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