We are contribution and event driven. The IEEE 802.15 WG requires that ALL contributions or submissions have the following templates and file naming conventions applied BEFORE being sent into the WG or TG Chair for session agenda slot assignment; which ever is applicable. Once assigned/accepted for the event or session the WG Chair should be contacted for document number assignment. The required software applications for 802.15 WG files, file names, etc. are outlined below but can also be found documented in our Operating Rules, in Adobe PDF (585KB). We have provided a quick reference graphic, in JPEG (104KB) to assist the reader in understanding our file names. Additionally, here is a quick summary of the logistics for submission handling:
The template is most easily used by saving it to your Templates directory. An example of creating an MS Word document for submission has been provided.
Once this is done, create a new document by:
Perform the following procedure for a new Word document:
The file should now be fully conformant to the approved IEEE 802.15 Operating Rules.
802.15 uses the LMSC document numbering scheme. Every official document produced or archived by the Working Group will have a document number assigned in the format:
where yy is the year produced, m is a sequential number assigned by the WG secretary or designee, and ri is a revision designation. Brackets indicate the field is only present if additional versions of the document are produced and are brackets not included in the document number. The revision designation has a lower case r constant followed by a sequential number, that is assigned by the WG secretary or designee.
Draft standards for 802.15 will have the format:
where i is the Draft Revision Number, yy is the year produced, and m is a sequential number assigned by the WG secretary or designee.
File names for these documents will be in the form:
where yy is the year produced, m is a sequential number assigned, ri is a revision designation and t a meaningful description of the document that can also be used as the title and is in the heading of the document.
Document 802.15-yy/0ri will be the master index of documents for the year yy. Each time the document list is published by its maintainer, the revision number i is incremented
Submissions will be in one of the following formats:
Graphics included in submissions will be in one of the following formats:
Documents submitted to WG 802.15 shall use the style templates supplied by the WG for all submissions. The Microsoft Word 97 shall be used for text submissions, Microsoft PowerPoint 97 will be used for presentations, Microsoft Excel 97 will be used for spreadsheets, and Microsoft Access 97 shall be used for database submissions. When Word or PowerPoint submissions are made, the templates published on the WG 802.15 web page must be used.
Special fields are used in the templates to assure adherence to document standards. Information on how to change <title> and other required fields is contained in the Word template. DO NOT replace field codes with text.
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