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[802SEC] FW: [802-11WG] CBP-SG 20 April telecon announcement



EC Members,

	I just wanted to forward this email to the EC.  I sent a reminder to the Contention-based protocol (CBP) study group to use the new 5C in the current P&P.  Are there any other new wireless study groups to which I should send a similar message?

Steve
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Steve Shellhammer
Intel Corporation
(858) 391-4570

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From: ***** IEEE stds-802-11 List ***** [mailto:STDS-802-11@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG] On Behalf Of Shellhammer, Stephen J
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 11:01 PM
To: STDS-802-11@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG
Subject: Re: [802-11WG] CBP-SG 20 April telecon announcement

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Peter et. al.,

	I need to remind any new wireless study groups to use the new Five Criteria in the current 802 Policies and Procedures.  You can find the new P&P on the 802 web site:

http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/devdocs.html

	At the March plenary closing executive committee meeting there were two new PARs up for consideration by the EC and neither study group had used the new 5C.  Since the changes to the 5C were to address coexistence, I was requested by the 802 chair (Paul Nikolich) to remind all new wireless study groups that when they do submit a PAR to please use the new 5C in the most recent P&P.

Regards,
Steve
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Steve Shellhammer
Intel Corporation
(858) 391-4570
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From: ***** IEEE stds-802-11 List ***** [mailto:STDS-802-11@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG] On Behalf Of Peter Ecclesine
Sent: Friday, April 15, 2005 2:14 PM
To: STDS-802-11@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG
Subject: [802-11WG] CBP-SG 20 April telecon announcement

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Hi,

    The Contention-Based Protocol Study Group is holding weekly 
teleconferences, next at Wednesday April 20th, at 1PM ET.

    Please send petere@ieee.org an email if you may attend and did not 
attend the previous one, so I can get the right size conference bridge, 
and spell your name correctly in the minutes ;-)

    The previous call discussed the FCC Memorandum, Opinion and Order on 
3650-3700 MHz use (05-56)
http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-05-56A1.pdf
and 
11-05-0328-00-0000-coordination-contention-interference-resolution.doc 
[subsequently revised to reflect discussion as 11-05-0328-01-0000]
and
the FCC Report and Order on Cognitive Radio (05-57)
http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-05-57A1.pdf

    and the minutes are posted as 
11-05-0331-00-0000-cbp-sg-telecon-minutes-13-april.doc


  If you do have a presentation you would like to give, please post it 
on the 802.11 document server and send me an email. If you would 
volunteer to take minutes, please send me an email, so I can send you a 
template with the attendees information. Directions for accessing the 
802.11 document server follow in a postscript.


Agenda:
* Roll call
* Approval of agenda
* Summary of progress during previous telecon 05/336
* Discussion of QOS in non-exclusively licensed bands
* Discussion of FCC R&O 05-56, R&O 05-57, and prior NPRMs
* Approval of cbp-sg telecon minutes  802.11-05/331 and 05/336
* Any other discussion
* Adjourn at or before 2PM

Date: 20 April 2005
Time: 1 PM Eastern time
Duration: 1 hour
Phone #  1-866-902-7861 (toll-free outside 408 area code)
International: +1-408-902-7861
Meeting ID: 87654321



Thanks in advance,

petere@cisco.com
 90.7 Definitions.
* * * * *
Contention-based protocol. A protocol that allows multiple users to 
share the same spectrum by defining the events that must occur when two 
or more transmitters attempt to simultaneously access the same channel 
and establishing rules by which a transmitter provides reasonable 
opportunities for other transmitters to operate. Such a protocol may 
consist of procedures for initiating new transmissions, procedures for 
determining the state of the channel (available or unavailable), and 
procedures for managing retransmissions in the event of a busy channel.

PS To access IEEE 802.11 documents:
http://www.802wirelessworld.com/index.jsp
Register or Login - Register to have a login email address and password, 
or perform Login

Click on 802.11 WLAN WG  http://www.802wirelessworld.com/group

Click on Documents under 802.11 WLAN WG tab on left
http://www.802wirelessworld.com/docs

On Document Listing tab,
choose DCN (Document Content Number) or Title as appropriate
scroll to document
Click to download
Or at bottom of Document Listing tab,
scroll down and use FTP Access tab

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