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+Hyunduk Kang (SG Chair).
No problem on not replying earlier. It was the holidays.
I have no problem adding “wireless” to that sentence.
“The IEEE 802.19 CUB Study Group is seeking interested participants for the development of wireless standards.”
I am open to adding a sentence on the experience of IEEE 802 in this area.
How about we add the following sentence: “IEEE 802 has been developing wireless networking standards for operation in unlicensed bands for many years, and will leverage these years of experience within the CUB study group.”
My apologies for not responding earlier than this.
As I did not respond with input previously, I will keep my comments limited. In general, I wish the tone of the press release leveraged the tone of the Lessons Learned, which is 802 has a wealth of experience with wireless networks we would like to share with you. That “we want to help with our experience” tone is missing IMO from this press release. If I were a developer of a non-IEEE wireless standard, I might feel a little put off by this tone. I would suggest adding in some sort of statement of the standards prior to the second paragraph, and perhaps some sort of “leveraging experience” tone into it. If you can work in some of the industry terms such as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth as well, you may get more notice.
Second comment is related to this statement –
The IEEE 802.18 CUB Study Group is seeking interested participants for the development of standards.
First, I believe you are looking for individuals developing wireless standards, not just standards in general, right?
Next – for what purpose? I don’t see anything in here that states or provides insight into what may be standardized.
I vote “no” at this point, but am willing to change if you can address these concerns.
Dear EC Members,
Happy New Year!
Paul has delegated the conduct of the EC electronic ballot on the following motion to me. To enable this press release to be issued as soon as possible I'm announcing the possibility of an 'early close' to this ballot (see below).
Approve the attached press release on the formation of the Coexistence in Unlicensed Bands Study Group (document “IEEE_802-19_Study_Group_PR_Draft_v3_5JAN15”).
Move: Steve Shellhammer
Second: Apurva Mody
Start of ballot: Monday January 5, 2015
Close of ballot: Thursday January 15, 2015, 11:59PM AOE
Early close: As required in subclause 4.1.2 'Voting rules' of the IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee (LMSC) Operations Manual, this is notice that, to ensure the release is provided in a timely manner, this ballot may close early once sufficient responses are received to clearly decide a matter.
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