Re: [802SEC] +++ 10-day EC Email Ballot +++ IEEE 802 Inputs to ITU-R WP5A
Can you simply verify that 0063-00 and 0064-00 are what are actually
attached in the document? When I open the attachments, I get documents
different from them.
You pointed out in your original email that 0063-00 and 0064-00 we the
ones jointly generated by 802.11 and 802.15 and approved 5/0/1 in 801.18.
So, I agree that 0063-00 and 0064-00 should be attached, however, when I
open them, I get different documents.
Please verify that the correct documents are attached.
May I defer to the 802.15 chair to repond? He was present when and voted when this was approved.
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Subject: Re: [802SEC] +++ 10-day EC Email Ballot +++ IEEE 802 Inputs to ITU-R WP5A
I vote disapprove
The attachments in your document do not appear to be the latest
documents. In particular, the information for 802.15.3c is missing from
one of the documents.
The approved documents approved by 802.15 were 18-10-0063-00 and
I assume this is an oversight that you can correct quickly.
I'm sorry if things became confused with my earlier email.
I have been authorized by the LMSC Chair to conduct an electronic
ballot on the following motion:
Motion: "Per LMSC operations manual 9.2.1, to approve forwarding of
document 18-10-0067-01 to ITU-R WP5A as the position of IEEE 802
Mover: Mike Lynch
Second: Bruce Kraemer
Due to the urgency of the decision, the early close provision of
22.214.171.124 will apply. This material needs to be received by the ITU-R
by 16:00 Geneva time on 1st November. I propose that the ballot start
date is 26th October. It is hoped that sufficient positive ballots
will be received to allow for the early termination and submission to
There was some discussion on the earlier thread about using terms
such as "IEEE looks forward...". IEEE is the ITU-R Sector Member and
is who the ITU-R corresponds with rather than IEEE 802.. The use of
the Sector Member's name is appropriate.
Doc. 18-10-0067-01 is available on the 802.18 Mentor web site.
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