Re: [802SEC] Comments received on 802.15.4q
There was comments from 802.11 that
were in the file I posted to the Reflector.
I acknowledge my error in the cover letter not
pointing out that it was in the referenced document.
Here are the comments from doc 11-12-1223r0 that
was posted and sent to the SEC reflector at 3:46pm CT.
802.11 comments to 802.15.4q:
5C ? 3a ? Suggests that some existing 15.4 devices can
operate with coin cell batteries.
This would imply that the existing standard is sufficient for building
compliant devices operating with coin cell batteries.
Q: Why do you need a new Standard? How is it ?unique? from the existing
5C ? 3a seems to infer that the problem being solved is
related to pulse current, while
3b suggests the problem is average current.
Q: What is the actual
As you can see, it is a couple of clarification questions that
the group would like a response on.
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