[802SEC] EC Motion - RE: [802SEC] Update to EC on IMT-Advanced
Dear Mike and other fellow EC members,
I believe that there is no appropriate course other than to develop a joint
IEEE 802 input on IMT-Advanced requirements.
To allow individual WGs to deliver individual inputs to this work would
present differing, and likely conflicting, views. To do so would only cause
confusion and give the impression that IEEE 802 "doesn't have its act
together." This would be "a bad thing" because it would diminish our
credibility and influence in these important matters.
Thus, I make the following EC motion:
Moved: That IEEE 802 and its interested WGs continue to work under the
auspices of the IEEE 802.18 RR-TAG to develop a single joint input to the
work of ITU-R on IMT-Advanced, and that individual WGs be prohibited by the
EC from presenting individual, potentially differing, inputs to ITU-R on
Is there a second?
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Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2007 2:42 PM
Subject: [802SEC] Update to EC on IMT-Advanced
Attached is a report from 802.18 to update the status of the work on
Please note that the work on developing a further joint IEEE 802 input on
IMT-Advanced requirements will continue beginning in September.
Also note that no decision was taken on developing a joint IEEE 802 input on
IMT-Advanced technology. While it was discussed at the Tuesday evening
meeting it was not possible to take a decision at that time.
Hopefully that can be addressed at the November plenary.
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