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You are right, the ITU-‘T’ was a typo. The liaison comes from ITU-R WP 5D and a response has to go back to ITU-R WP 5D.
I don’t know how you would normally create a response to such a liaison. For formal reasons I see OmniRAN more in an acting than approving role. Your hint to the wireless groups is fitting with my understanding that OmniRAN would create some draft text, share it with the wireless groups for review and comments, create a revision addressing the comments and then forward the text to 802.18 with cc to the wireless groups for approval. From a timing perspective it may work when the draft text can be shared with the wireless groups before the May interim, and the final approval is on the agenda of the Jun 3 EC telecom.
But first I have to spend some time with OmniRAN in Beijing to find out what we would be able to create and contribute.
The source of the liaison is WP5D which is part of ITU-R Study Group 5, not ITU-T. Maybe that was simply a typo.
I would suggest that any response that you want to make be circulated amongst the wireless chairs, especially 802.16, since WiMAX is an IMT technology. Once your group approves it 802.18 will be happy to look at it. The process goes a lot smoother when the other wireless chairs have had a chance to provide any input that they may have.
Thanks for sharing the liaison from ITU-R WP5D on the EC mailing list. I brought up the liaison in yesterday’s OmniRAN ECSG conference call, and there was good agreement that OmniRAN should be able to contribute to a response of IEEE 802 to ITU-R. We don’t have agreed specification text yet but good common understanding that we should be able to draft text for a couple of the sections of the response to ITU-R.
I will put the liaison on the OmniRAN ECSG agenda for Beijing, and in my understanding output of OmniRAN would go to 802.18 for consideration and inclusion into the response to ITU-T.
Mike, let us get in touch on the beginning of the week in Beijing to clarify how OmniRAN would be able to contribute to the response.
Dear EC and RR-TAG,
Please find attached a liaison from ITU-R WP5D regarding the “Architecture and Topology of IMT Networks”.
I’ve received a correction that says this was meant for distribution to “3GPP, 3GPP2, ARIB, ATIS, CCSA, ETSI, IEEE, ITRI, TIA, TTA, TTC, WiMax Forum” rather than the longer list shown in the following email.
In the liaison ITU-R WP5D announces that they are “commencing development of a working document toward a preliminary draft new Report ITU R M.[IMT.ARCH], “Architecture and Topology of IMT Networks” and would appreciate to “receive proposals for content with specific guidance as to what text is proposed for what section, rather than receiving references to extensive standards publications”.
The deadline for contributions is 1600 hours UTC on 11 June 2014.
Addressed to: 3GPP, 3GPP2, ARIB, ATIS, CCSA, ETSI, IEEE, ITRI, TIA, TTA, TTC, WiMax Forum, WWRF, 4G Americas, CDG, GSMA, UMTS Forum, Wi-Fi Alliance, Wireless Innovation Forum, XGP Forum, METIS Project
Please find attached a Liaison Statement from ITU-R Working Party 5D entitled:
“Architecture and Topology of IMT Networks”.
The Attachment 5.7 is an extract from the WP 5D Chairman’s Report (Doc. 5D/615) that can be found at (http://www.itu.int/md/R12-WP5D-C-0615/en) (TIES Restricted access).
Counselor ITU-R Study Group 5
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