Thread Links Date Links
Thread Prev Thread Next Thread Index Date Prev Date Next Date Index

Re: [802SEC] +++ 10 Day EC Email Ballot +++ 802.15.3c ratification press release

Dear Bob

I vote Approve

James Gilb

Bob Heile wrote:
> Dear EC members,
> Attached is a draft press release announcing the ratification of
> 802.15.3c. Text is also reproduced below.
> Paul has delegated the conduct of the IEEE 802 EC 10-day ballot on the
> following motion to me.
> Motion:  "The EC okays the press release covering the 15.3c ratification"
> Moved:    Bob Heile
> Seconded: James Gilb
> Start of ballot: Tuesday, 6 October 2009
> Close of ballot: Friday, 16 October 2009, 11:59PM EDT
> Early close: As required in subclause 'Electronic Balloting' of
> the IEEE project 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee (LMSC) Operations Manual,
> this is notice that, to ensure these releases are provided in a timely
> manner, this ballot may close early once sufficient responses are received
> to clearly decide a matter.
> Best regards,
> Bob
> ---------------------------------------------
> Contact:
> Karen McCabe, IEEE-SA Marketing Director
> +1 732-562-3824,
> IEEE Ratifies 802.15.3c, Multi-gigabit speed Wireless PAN Standard
> Amendment to IEEE 802.15.3 Standard Enables
> High Rate WPANs Using 60GHz Spectrum for Multi-gigabit Wireless
> Communications
> PISCATAWAY, N.J., USA, xx October 2009 The IEEE today announced that its
> Standards Board has ratified IEEE 802.15.3c"-2009, Standard for
> Information Technology-Telecommunications and Information Exchange
> between systems-Local and Metropolitan networks-Specific
> requirements-Part 15.3: Wireless Medium Access Control (MAC) and
> Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications for High Rate Wireless Personal Area
> Networks (WPANs): Millimeter-wave based Alternative Physical Layer
> Extension Amendment.
> The IEEE 802.15.3 standard defines how to design interoperable WPAN
> equipment that provides a variety of capabilities including a wide range
> of data rates, ad-hoc connectivity, video streaming, quality of service,
> reliability, and security.
> The 203-page 802.15.3c amendment, using a 60 GigaHertz Millimeter-wave
> based Alternative Physical Layer Extension, enables rollout of the first
> IEEE 802 radios that deliver multi-gigabit throughput for consumer
> electronics and other applications while ensuring co-existence with
> legacy and future systems.
> This was an extraordinarily wide-ranging technical challenge that
> required a concentrated and sustained effort on the part of a variety of
> participants. When we started in 2005, many of the technologies
> addressed in 802.15.3c were university research topics and had not been
> implemented,said Bob Heile, Chair of the IEEE Wireless PAN Working
> Group. The performance improvements achieved via IEEE 802.15.3c enables
> the use of wireless links for new and significant consumer applications.
> The ratification of this amendment sets the stage for a wave of
> innovation and the creation of new market opportunities.
> Added Paul Nikolich, IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee Chairman:
> Everyone involved in the 802.15.3c process deserves congratulations.
> This is a key data communications milestone and a good example of the
> consensus building environment 802 provides for its participants. The
> amendment will enable a dramatic leap forward in WPAN performance.
> For further information on IEEE 802.115.3c, visit
><xxxxxx>. To purchase documents,
> visit <>
> About IEEE 802
> The IEEE 802® LAN/MAN Standards Committee develops LAN and metropolitan
> area network (MAN) standards. The most widely used standards are for the
> Ethernet family, Token Ring, Wireless LAN, Wireless PAN, Wireless MAN,
> Bridging and Virtual Bridged LANs. An individual working group provides
> the focus for each area. Decisions by the IEEE 802 task groups and
> working groups will shape communications for years to come. For more
> information about the IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee, see
> About the IEEE Standards Association
> The IEEE Standards Association, a globally recognized standards-setting
> body, develops consensus standards through an open process that engages
> industry and brings together a broad stakeholder community. IEEE
> standards set specifications and best practices based on current
> scientific and technological knowledge. The IEEE-SA has a portfolio of
> over 900 active standards and more than 400 standards under development.
> For information on the IEEE-SA, see:
> About the IEEE
> IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.), the
> world's largest technical professional society, is commemorating its
> 125th anniversary in 2009 by "Celebrating 125 Years of Engineering the
> Future" around the globe. Through its more than 375,000 members in 160
> countries, IEEE is a leading authority on a wide variety of areas
> ranging from aerospace systems, computers and telecommunications to
> biomedical engineering, electric power and consumer electronics.
> Dedicated to the advancement of technology, IEEE publishes 30 percent of
> the world's literature in the electrical and electronics engineering and
> computer science fields, and has developed over 900 active industry
> standards. The organization annually sponsors more than 850 conferences
> worldwide. Additional information about IEEE can be found at
> Bob Heile, Ph.D
> Chairman, ZigBee Alliance
> Chair, IEEE 802.15 Working Group on Wireless Personal Area Networks
> 11 Robert Toner Blvd
> Suite 5-301
> North Attleboro, MA  02763   USA
> Mobile: +1-781-929-4832
> email:
> ----------
> This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. 
> This list is maintained by Listserv.

This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector.  This list is maintained by Listserv.