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A question for clarification.
Based on the status of the IEEE membership under the terms of the ITU Constitution and Conventions (CS & CV) all of our non-executive meetings held there are open (and no charges are allowed) to ITU staff and members. That topic came up several times during the process of setting up this Plenary session at the ITU facilities in Genève..
So my question is why are we having a special motion to open up this particular session on White Spaces to the ITU staff and members and at no charge when they are exempt from charges in the first place? As I understand it all those with an interest are allowed to attend our meetings if they happen to be in Genève that week and have the desire to do so. Again, that is quite clear according to the ITU CS & CV.
On the other hand could you be wanting the EC to extend a special invitation to the ITU staff and members to attend this particular presentation?
If it is this first case I do not think that this motion is needed. If the second then yes, this is something that the EC could consider.
As regards the ITU-R WP5A Seminar in Genève on 18th November free attendance at that event should be able to be arranged by registering for the WP5A meeting through the IEEE SA Designated Focal Point (DFP).
Glad to discuss.
Dear EC Members,
IEEE 802 has a unique opportunity to talk about the Spectrum Sharing and White Space Standardization activities that are on-going
within the various 802 working groups during our July Plenary at the ITU.
IEEE 802.22 WG has been in discussions with other WGs that are involved in White Space Standardization to organize a Joint Show and Tell Meeting during the Tuesday, July 16th AM2 Time Slot. The location and meeting room has been allocated
Early close: As required in subclause 4.1.2 'Voting Rules' of the IEEE project 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee (LMSC) Operations Manual (v11 approved 16 Nov 2012) ,
From: Buonomo, Sergio [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Apurva N. Mody, Ph. D.
Chair, IEEE 802.22 Standard Working Group (www.ieee802.org/22)
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