Re: [802SEC] +++10 Day EC Email Ballot+++ IEEE 802 Comments on wireless data transmission technologies used for power grid management systems
Understood. 802.18 looks forward to 802.3 participation. The "snap shot" concept was not seen as the most effective contribution but one that seemed easier to make happen.
802.3, y'all come on down into the basement and work with us!
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From: Geoff Thompson <email@example.com>
Sent: May 23, 2012 12:52
To: MJLynch@mjlallc.com <MJLynch@mjlallc.com>
Cc: Geoff Thompson <firstname.lastname@example.org>; STDS-802-SEC@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG <STDS-802-SEC@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG>
Subject: Re: [802SEC] +++10 Day EC Email Ballot+++ IEEE 802 Comments on wireless data transmission technologies used for power grid management systems
On 235//12 8:33 AM, MJLynch@mjlallc.com wrote:
> Yes, we will need input from 802.3. One possible concept is a
> "snap shot" of what technologies 802 has that can (or do) play a role in Smart Grid management. That could be a 2012 or early 2013 snapshot.
While it is certainly reasonable to provide a "snapshot" of the
capabilities of products based on current 802.3 standards, I believe
that is not the appropriate underlying message.
The real message needs to be that 802.3 provides and will provide in the
future both the short reach and long haul physical layer standards that
provide the core of standardization for hard media connected packet
transport networks (both native and encapsulated transport over other
networks). Equipment based on 802.3 standards is an absolute requirement
for hard media connection of large interoperable packet networks for the
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