Re: [802SEC] ***SEC Five Day Review*** Response to U.K. Ofcom Consultation "Higher power limits for license exempt devices"
Mike, et al,
Approve, based on the acceptance of the following two comments.
1) There is an inconsistency between the cover sheet and the rest of the
document with respect to whether this is an 802 response or an 802.18
response. Since you're taking the route of the 5 day EC review, I believe
the cover sheet should indicate it's an 802.18 response and the necessary
changes should be made to the cover sheet. (Change the text in the first
box of the cover sheet ("representing") to indicate 802.18 and change the
boilerplate accordingly ...)
2) Just after the salutation, the sentence "The IEEE 802.18 appreciates the
opportunity to respond to this document by Ofcom." appears to be
gramatically defficient. I would suggest "The IEEE 802.18 Radio Regulatory
Technical Advisory Group ("RR-TAG") appreciates the opportunity to respond
to this document by Ofcom."
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> [mailto:STDS-802-SEC@ieee.org] On Behalf Of Michael Lynch
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> Subject: [802SEC] ***SEC Five Day Review*** Response to U.K.
> Ofcom Consultation "Higher power limits for license exempt devices"
> Dear SEC Members,
> Attached is a document that the RR-TAG proposes to file with
> the United Kingdom's regulator Ofcom. This is in response to
> their consultation titled "Higher power limits for license
> exempt devices". The full Ofcom consultation is available on
> the RR-TAG web site in the July meeting documents. The title
> of the consultation document is "powerlimits.pdf".
> Ofcom is inquiring to understand the scope of allowing
> increased powers at 2.4 and 5 GHz.
> During the San Diego meeting a representative of Ofcom made a
> presentation on this consultation and participated in the
> RR-TAG discussions. This document was developed after those
> discussions and answers specific questions that Ofcom has
> asked. The RR-TAG in turn has asked questions of Ofcom
> regarding this consultation and expects to discuss this
> matter further with the Ofcom representative during the
> September meeting.
> Please note that the response uses the term Wireless
> Broadband Access (WBA). This is the term Ofcom uses in the
> consultation for what many call "BWA".
> The RR-TAG web site can be accessed here:
> The RR-TAG approved this response during the San Diego
> meeting but editing was not completed in time to submit to
> the EC closing plenary.
> The response needs to be filed by COB 20 September U.K time.
> I propose that the EC review closes on 15 September and that
> the response be filed with Ofcom on that date.
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