Re: [802SEC] Topic for the Palm Springs wireless interim
I think that with all of the items ongoing in Geneva, with regulators, etc., we need to gather the 802 brain trust and at least as a first step understand what everyone in 802 is doing. This will also provide an opportunity for other participants (ETRI comes to mind) to make clear what they see as White Space applications in areas such as Smart Grid.
If you were to ask a non-802.11 participant what 802.11 is doing in regard to the White Space concept you would have multiple answers based on perceptions (or misperceptions) of what is being developed. I think that applies to all of the WGs. This isn't to say that 802 needs to develop a common approach but it may help to make certain that what is developed is viable.
From: Jon Rosdahl [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 13:57
Subject: Re: [802SEC] Topic for the Palm Springs wireless interim
There has an attempt to hold a White Space interested joint meeting Tuesday evening 7:30-9:30.
The 802.11WG has consistently reserved a room for this topic with the idea of joint sharing.
Some of our sessions this has not been taken advantage of, but maybe the leaders of the White Space groups would consider it.
Just my .02, unofficially,
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From: "MJLynch@mjlallc.com" <MJLynch@MJLALLC.COM>
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 10:08 AM
Subject: [802SEC] Topic for the Palm Springs wireless interim
I think that we are all aware that there are a number of activities within
802 relating to White Space communications. It has been suggested that it
would be useful if 802.18 hosted a session in Palm Springs where each WG
active in the White Space arena could provide a brief update/description of
their current activities. The goal would be to make certain that everyone
working in this area has a clear and accurate view of what others are doing.
I propose that we discuss this at the Sunday wireless leadership meeting. It
may be best to do this early in the week such as either Monday afternoon or
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