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As of 9:30 am US CST on 3/08/13 the results are as listed below. Please let me know if I haven’t recorded your vote or did not record it correctly.
Counting DNV as abstain, the results of the ballot are 11 of 12 votes are yes, which is 91.66%. In accordance with the early close provision of OM Subclause 4.1.2 this ballot is closed.
Marks Approve (with edits included)
During the January wireless interim meeting in Vancouver 802.18 began work on a response to the FCC’s 3.5 GHz NPRM proceeding. It was not possible to complete the response at that meeting so a series of conference calls were announced to complete the work. Two calls, one on January 24th and the second on January 31st, were used to complete the document Doc. 18-12-0109-06. The document was approved by 802.18 by a vote of 5 yes, 0 no and 1 abstention, submitted to and approved by the EC and filed with the FCC.
During the discussion of any other business the group decided to continue to have the Thursday evening calls during the period of February 7th to March 14th. The positive result of that action was the approval on February 28th of proposed reply comments to the FCC’s “Incentive Auction” proposal (Docket No. 12-268). This takes advantage of the FCC having extended the reply comment date to March 12th.
I have asked Paul to allow me to conduct a ten day EC email ballot to approve submitting the reply comments (Doc. 18-13-0016-06-0000) to the FCC.
Paul’s response to my request is:
“I will authorize a 10 day EC email ballot, to be conducted by Mike Lynch, for the following motion.”
“To approve, under OM Subclause 8.2, document 18-13-0016-06-0000 subject to the early close provision of OM Subclause 4.1.2.."
Moved: Mike Lynch
Seconded: Apurva Mody
Link to the document:
Reply comments are to be submitted to the FCC by March 12, 2013.
The ballot will start March 2nd and end on March 11th, 2013.
I am using the “private list” since once again there seems to be an issue with either delay or non-delivery when using the EC reflector. This has also impacted the 802.18 reflector.
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