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RE: [802SEC] Proposed 802 survey form

Bill, et al,

If the survey is approved by the SEC, I have no problem
in taking a few minutes to ask the members of 802.18
to fill out a form.

Carl R. Stevenson
Chair, IEEE 802.18 Radio Regulatory Technical Advisory Group
610-965-8799 (home office)
610-712-3217 (fax mailbox)
610-570-6168 (cellphone)
Short Message Service:

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Quackenbush []
> Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 10:58 AM
> To: IEEE 802 SEC
> Cc: Howard Frazier; Steve Carlson; Dawn C. Slykhouse; Darcel Moro
> Subject: [802SEC] Proposed 802 survey form
> All,
> For purposes of interim planning, a survey was conducted at the
> September 802.1/.3/.17 interim in New Orleans.  The survey 
> was developed
> primarily by the Howard Frazier, the Chair of 802.3ah and 
> Steve Carlson,
> the Chair of 802.3af.  The information developed from the survey has
> been determined to be quite useful and is being used in the 
> planning of
> the January 802.1/.3 interim in Vancouver.
> In light of the need to increase the 802 Pleanry registration 
> fees, Buzz
> and I would like to conduct a similar survey in Kauai to 
> determine that
> 802 is providing a set services and accommodations that are desired by
> Plenary meeting attendees and at an acceptable price.
> To that end I have prepared the attached survey form.  With Howard's
> permission I have borrowed MASSIVELY from Howard's and 
> Steve's survey. 
> The strong points of the attached survey are almost certainly borrowed
> from Howard and Steve, the weak points are mine.
> I know this is short notice, but I request that all 802 SEC 
> members, and
> anyone else who is interested, please review the survey and provide me
> guidance as you see fit.  If you elect to edit the document, 
> please turn
> on "change tracking" so that I can quickly what you have done.
> Also, would the Chair of each WG/TAG indicate whether they 
> would be will
> to take a few minutes out of one of their meetings to allow the survey
> to be completed.  Form completion was done just after lunch at the New
> Orleans interim and the return rate was very high.
> My thanks in advance,
> wlq