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I vote Approve. While I failed to review the document during pre-circulation, I'd like to offer a few editorial observations:
(1) There are seven uses of the word "media." All of these seem a little unusual to me. This is obviously not the "media" of "media access control," but I'm not sure exactly what it is. Perhaps it would be better to replace the word with "networks", "links", "connections", or something else; probably not the same word in all seven cases.
(2) There is one use of "P802.11" that would be better as just "802.11".
(3) This sentence is confusing, partially because it lacks a verb and partly because it says "media" five times:
"With IEEE 802.11 media operating in the gigabit per second range, and incorporating standardized security and quality of service improvements, a demand for the bridging of IEEE 802.11 media with the same bridging services as other media; as media internal to the network as well as media offering access to the network."
Maybe you could consider something like:
"With IEEE 802.11 links operating in the gigabit per second range, with standardized security and quality of service management, IEEE 802.11ak-2018 will satisfy the demand for IEEE 802.11 links to provide the same bridging services as Ethernet, both internal to the network and at the edge."
On June 29, 2018 at 10:49:49 AM, Stanley, Dorothy (email@example.com) wrote:
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