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Thanks for the advice. That will make the process much easier
Actually, the proposed liaison I uploaded implicitly addresses the issue of feedback from the March liaison, and so we can probably stick to one liaison from 802.19 WG
I addition to your proposed liaison, I spoke to Steve Shellhammer today about putting an agenda item for his WG to request feedback from 3GPP regarding our March liaison directly from the 802.19 WG as opposed to the 802 EC, he agreed and will do so. I believe 802.19 can prepare a liaison from the WG and send it to 3GPP without the need for EC approval as a 'subgroup communication'. That will be the most expedient approach.
I have just uploaded a proposed liaison from IEEE 802 to 3GPP RAN/RAN1 (see IEEE 802.19-16/0077r0) for discussion and consideration by IEEE 802.19 WG.
The document contains lots of “nice words” but the key sentence is as follows:
IEEE 802 would appreciate an assurance from 3GPP RAN that the LAA R13 specification will not be “frozen” until all outstanding issues have been resolved by consensus of all stakeholders including 3GPP RAN1, IEEE 802 and the Wi-Fi Alliance
I have cc’ed the EC because a fast approval will be required next week to ensure the liaison can be sent to 3GPP RAN/RAN1 in time for the RAN1 meeting the following week. Paul, can you provide advice on an appropriate process?
In the interest of fast processing, it would be great if people to make any suggested modifications or refinements this week via e-mail.
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