IEEE 802.16 Session #36
IEEE 802.16's Session #36 was held 14-17 March 2005 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta in Atlanta, GA, USA. This was an IEEE 802 LMSC Plenary Session and co-located with sessions of the other IEEE 802 Working Groups and Technical Advisory Groups.
Summary and Key Outcomes
See the Session #36 Report.
Please see the document page.
The attendance list includes 340 individuals.
See the draft Schedule for the Week. IEEE 802.16 Working Group Session #36 began with Opening Plenary from 1-3:30 pm on Monday and
concluded with a Closing Plenary on Thursday evening.
The agendas of the various task groups were
driven by input received in response to solicitations. For details on
active projects, please see the IEEE 802.16 Milestone Summary.
See the March 2005 IEEE 802 Plenary Session page for logistical information and updates.
- Procedures for Entrance to the U.S.
- U.S. Visa Waiver Program.
Note that "As of October 26, 2004, if a visa waiver traveler does not
have a machine-readable passport, then the traveler must present a U.S.
visa at the port of entry to enter the U.S. This includes all
categories of passports -- regular, diplomatic, and official, when the
traveler is seeking to enter the U.S. for business or tourist purposes,
for a maximum of 90 days." However, in some cases, a one-time exemption
is allowed; see details from the U.S. Dept of Homeland Security and Dept of State.
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