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As I go over this I have two questions.
First, when did Satoshi Imata’s role evolve into that of liaison to the ITU-R? Satoshi, over the past several months, may have, on behalf of 802.16, brought material into 802.18 which, once approved, went to the IEEE EC, and after approval there, to the ITU-R liaison. The ITU-R DFP can go to back to the ITU-R web site and see if Satoshi Imata has ever been approved to present 802.16 material to WP5D, but certainly not to ITU-R in general which your document seems to indicate. With the possible exception of ITU-R WP5A, ITU-R WP5D is the primary WP in ITU-R with which 802.16 has dealings. I do not see where 802.16 has a need to directly interact with the entire ITU-R. Maybe there should be a clarification of Satoshi’s role within IEEE 802.16?
Second, as you are aware IEEE SA now has an MOU with TIA. This relationship is in an early stage. When you have time we should discuss the relationship that exists between TIA TR-51 and IEEE 802 or the IEEE SA or IEEE 802.15.4. The most recent liaison from TIA was co-signed by myself and a TIA official.
Glad to discuss. I am currently in in Southern Illinois but reachable at almost any time on my mobile (972.814.4901).
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