Re: [802SEC] motion to approve contribution to ITU-R JTG 6-8-9
I too am ready to approve, but I think we have to wait for Paul to make
Matthew Sherman, Ph.D.
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BAE SYSTEMS, CNIR
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[mailto:owner-stds-802-sec@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG] On Behalf Of Carl R.
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2005 4:27 PM
Subject: Re: [802SEC] motion to approve contribution to ITU-R JTG 6-8-9
I vote to approve the submission.
Roger's explaination is correct. This is essentially an "information
intended to inform ITU-R of the characteristics of IEEE 802.16 systems.
It is indeed follow-on to a previously approved contribution.
Assuming the EC approves the document, I will assist Roger and Dr. Costa
gaining IEEE-SA approval to send the document to Geneva under the IEEE
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> Roger B. Marks
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> Subject: Re: [802SEC] motion to approve contribution to ITU-R
> JTG 6-8-9
> Mike Takefman wrote and asked me "What is it you are trying
> to achieve with the submission?"
> Good question. Since this is not obvious, I'll copy the EC.
> The submittal is intended for ITU-R Joint Task Group 6-8-9,
> whose purpose is to prepare a draft addressing WRC-07 Agenda
> Item 1.9: "to review the technical, operational and
> regulatory provisions applicable to the use of the band
> 2500-2690 MHz by space services in order to facilitate
> sharing with current and future terrestrial services..."
> In other words, they are studying issues related to the
> sharing of this band between satellite and terrestrial
> services. One of the specific topics includes
> "Characteristics of terrestrial systems". We provided some
> initial information for their previous meeting, and they they
> are looking for additional detail. That's what's in the document.
> You can find more background information in:
> Roger B. Marks wrote:
> >I would like to put the following motion before the EC:
> >"Motion: To approve IEEE L802.16-04/42r2, with the intent to
> submit to
> >ITU-R as an IEEE contribution, subject to editorial revision."
> >The document is available at:
> > http://ieee802.org/16/liaison/docs/L80216-04_42r2.pdf
> >*802.18 Chair Mike Lynch would like to second the motion.
> >*I am requesting that the EC ballot close on January 13 in order to
> >make a submission deadline.
> >*This is a followup to a "placeholder" contribution
> submitted to ITU by
> >IEEE (via 802.18 and 802) in March 2004:
> > http://ieee802.org/16/liaison/docs/L80216-04_11.pdf
> >I appreciate the EC's indulgence in reviewing this document,
> given the
> >other ballots currently underway.
> >Dr. Roger B. Marks <mailto:email@example.com> +1 303 497 7837 National
> >Institute of Standards and Technology/Boulder, CO, USA Chair, IEEE
> >802.16 Working Group on Broadband Wireless Access
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