Re: [802SEC] 802.11 S1G PAR cooments, comment responses , revised 5C and PAR
I am sure that there will be a few other comments forthcoming, but one that
strikes me right away is the coexistence statement in the scope. Once
again this invents new language rather than simply using the language we
all agreed to previously. The previous language from the ad PAR was: "
Provides mechanisms that enable coexistence with other systems in the band
including IEEE 802.15.3c systems " and from the 15.4g PAR: "Provides
mechanisms that enable coexistence with other systems in the same band(s)
including IEEE 802.11, 802.15 and 802.16 systems"
I see no reason to deviate from that language for this PAR.
At 03:12 PM 7/14/2010 -0700, Bruce Kraemer wrote:
802.11 provided one new PAR for consideration in July known by the term
S1G. (sub 1 GHz).
1. As of 5pm on Tuesday, comments on the S1G PAR had been received from:
James Gilb, 802.15 (Bob Heile), Roberto Aiello, 802.15.4g (Phil Beecher)
and 802.22 (Apurva Mody)
The collection of S1G PAR comments received is in the following document:
2. The S1G study group developed comment responses which were subsequently
approved by the 802.11 WG on Wednesday.
The collection of S1G PAR comment responses will be found in the following
3. The S1G study group also incorporated the change suggestions into a
revised PAR and 5C documents that were each subsequently approved by the
802.11 WG on Wednesday.
The Revised PAR and 5C can be found at:
4. Shortly after noon today (Wednesday) I also received a comment from
802.19 (Steve Shellhammer) that paralleled others comments that we have
dealt with in the responses and in the associated PAR revision.
Let me know if you have any further comments on the S1G PAR that 802.11
needs to address prior to discussion in Friday afternoon's EC plenary.
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