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[802SEC] Fw: Liaison letter from ITU-T JCA-IMT2020


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From: "Paul Nikolich" <>
To: "" <>
Sent: 1/14/2019 12:22:35 PM
Subject: Liaison letter from ITU-T JCA-IMT2020

Dear EC Members,

I am remiss in forwarding the below liaison letter from ITU-T JCA-IMT2020 requesting input from 802 working groups on their road map work., my apologies, please see details in the below message from David.

Please note there is time to respond since the JCA's next meeting is in March 2019.  If you have detailed questions regarding the JCA work, please contact Scott Mansfield directly. In case you're unaware, Scott is an active participant in the 802.1 working group..



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From: "Glenn Parsons" <>
To: "Law, David" <>
Cc: "Adam Healey <>" <>; "Paul Nikolich <>" <>; "Riegel, Maximilian (Nokia - DE/Munich)" <>
Sent: 1/14/2019 2:01:57 AM
Subject: RE: Liaison letter from ITU-T JCA-IMT2020


Did 802.3 respond to this liaison in November?  If so you could you provide a link so we can be informed by your response.

802.1 OmniRAN TG is preparing a draft response at our interim for potential approval in March.  If you did not reply yet, let me know if you think there are sufficient joint topics to warrant a short joint discussion in March.


Glenn Parsons - Chair, IEEE 802.1

-----Original Message-----
From: Law, David <>
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2018 2:39 PM
To: Paul Nikolich <> <>
Cc: Adam Healey <> <>; Glenn Parsons <>
Subject: Liaison letter from ITU-T JCA-IMT2020

Hi Paul,

I just wanted to let you know that IEEE 802.3, and IEEE 8012.1, received a liaison letter from ITU-T JCA-IMT2020 inviting us to update the information in the IMT2020 roadmap, the letter is available at <>. While I note that there are IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.19, IEEE 802.21 and IEEE 802.22 standards and projects listed on the roadmap under IEEE 802 <> I don't see them on the 'for action' list on the letter, which I assume is also the list that the letter was sent to.

I also note that IEEE 802.1, IEEE 802.15, IEEE 802.16 and IEEE 802.3 Working Group have separate listings in the roadmap, whereas the Working Groups I listed above are all under one listing for IEEE 802 <>.

It seems to me that this letter maybe should be shared with all the IEEE 802 Chair so that they may have the opportunity to provide updates, if they wish.

Best regards,

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