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Re: [802SEC] +++updated IEEE P802.11.2 news release+++


I believe the edits have helped, but I am still stuck on the 802.11t
thing.  So, I'll leave my vote at disapprove just because it looks to me
like mass confusion waiting to happen.

I don't have a copy of Mr. O'Hara's comments nor can I find them in the
archive, so I don't understand the rationale for 802.11t.  But, looking
at the 802.11 web site, the proper form would be TGt or 802.11/TGt, not
802.11t (Quick Guide, Activities Graphic).

Perhaps 802.11 has already decided to do what I will now request (since
802.11.2 was approved after 802.11s), if you intend to identify the task
group as 802.11t please don't submit a PAR for the next project as

--Bob Grow

>-----Original Message-----
>[] On Behalf Of
>Paul Nikolich
>Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 3:41 AM
>Subject: [802SEC] +++updated IEEE P802.11.2 news release+++
>Dear EC members,
>Please use the attached version of the press release when
>reviewing it in
>the context of the 802.11.2 press release motion.
>--Paul Nikolich
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <>
>To: <paul.nikolich@ATT.NET>
>Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 8:55 PM
>Subject: IEEE P802.11.2 news release
>> Hi Paul,
>> I edited the IEEE P802.11.2 release to incorporate the
>input/comments from
>> Bob Grow, Bob O'Hara and Carl Stevenson. Since there seemed to be a
>> difference on how to handle the task group name (between Bob
>Grow and Bob
>> O'Hara), I took the liberty of consistently referring to the
>task group as
>> "task group 802.11t."
>> My apologies for not catching the placement of the "P" when
>referring to
>> the IEEE P802.11.2 project--how I missed the "P" preceding
>the "IEEE" vs
>> the project number is beyond me.
>> Thanks for the use of the 802 EC eagle eyes!
>> Karen
>> (See attached file: PR_802112_V4.doc)
>> Karen McCabe
>> Senior Marketing Manager, IEEE Standards
>> 445 Hoes Lane, PO Box 1331
>> Piscataway NJ 08855 USA
>> PH: +1 732 562 3824
>> email:
>> Think Standards! Think IEEE!
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