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Re: [802SEC] closing reports



      Here is the closing report for 802.19.  I copied the EC and 802.19
TAG for those who are interested.





IEEE 802.19 Closing Report - July 2005


The TAG completed the recirculation of the letter ballot on the 802.19
Policies and Procedures (P&P).  A procedure was added to the P&P
describing how the TAG will vote on a coexistence assurance (CA)
document accompanying a wireless working group letter ballot.  The TAG
chair met with the 802 vice chair to review the new P&P and the 802 vice
chair identified a few areas where the P&P needs improvement.  Hence,
the TAG chair will run another letter ballot after the IEEE meeting to
address those issues.


The TAG discussed whether we should set up a liaison with IEEE 1900.2.
The TAG decided it would be a good idea and directed the TAG chair to
send an email to the 1900.2 chair to investigate establishing a liaison
between the two groups.  The TAG chair sent an email and received a
response.  The two chairs will discuss the idea later this week.


The TAG developed a presentation with a series of question to the 802.11
contention-based protocol (CBP) study group.  The questions were
intended to gain a better understanding of the scope of the PAR and to
identify whether 802 is likely to have one or multiple standards
operating in the 3650-3700 MHz band.  The TAG chair presented the
material at the CBP study group and the presentation was updated with
summary responses to the questions.  Document 802.19-05/0023r2 captures
that Q&A.


The TAG chair and the 802.11 and 802.15 liaisons met to discuss what
current 802 projects require a coexistence assurance document.  A list
of those projects was sent to the 802 executive committee and the 802.19
voters.  The 802 chair has subsequently asked the chairs of the
respective working groups to confirm that the projects on the list do
indeed require a CA document.


The TAG invited several experts to present a summary of the coexistence
related aspects of several standards/specifications operating in the
unlicensed bands.  Presentations were given on IEEE 802.15.1
(802.19-05/0018r0), IEEE 802.16 (802.19-05/0025r0) and cordless
telephones (802.19-05/0026r0).  The purpose of this activity is to
collect information about coexistence related aspects of all the 802
unlicensed wireless standards to assist the working groups in developing
coexistence assurance documents.


The TAG chair and the vice chair met with a subset of the 802.15.4b task
group to advise the task group on how to develop a CA document for
802.15.4b.  We discussed the technical details of 802.15.4b and how to
best develop a CA document for 802.15.4b.



-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Nikolich [] 
Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2005 3:38 PM
Subject: [802SEC] closing reports




According to my records, closing reports were submitted by: dot20,
dot21, dot18 and dot17 before the 7pm pt deadline last Friday.


I call the attention of the other EC members to the following sub-clause
in rule 8.1.1.


"Each Working Group, Technical Advisory Group, and Executive Committee
Study Group Chair shall provide a status report to the Executive
Committee Recording Secretary no later than one hour after the end of
closing Executive Committee meeting. This status report shall include a
description of the progress made during the week, as well as plans for
further work and future meetings. The Recording Secretary shall post
these status reports on the 802 web page no later than one week after
the close of the Plenary meeting."








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