IEEE P802.3at DTE Power Enhancements Task Force
March 18-20, 2008
Orlando, FL, USA

Meeting Agenda and General Information

Meeting Minutes

Roll Call Votes


Title Size Author(s) Affiliation
802.3at L2 Ad-Hoc Chair's Report - February 2008 Boston Meeting 24kB Wael William Diab Broadcom
Objective 6 38kB Bill Delveaux Cisco
Midspan Adhoc - Midspan/Channel Requirements below 1MHz 3.2MB Yair Darshan Microsemi Corporation
Simultaneous Operation of ALT A and B 4P Adhoc 2.2MB Yair Darshan Microsemi Corporation
Temperature De-rating 14kB 17 individuals,
see presentation for list
17 companies,
see presentation for list
Transformer and Channel ad hoc 2.0MB Fred Schindler Cisco Systems
LLDP-POE message response times 44kB Ramesh Sastry
Alternative De-rating 29kB Daniel Feldman Microsemi
802.3at L2 Ad-Hoc Agenda10kBWael William DiabBroadcom
802.3at L2 Ad-Hoc Chair's Report10kBWael William DiabBroadcom
Comment review results24kBMike McCormackTI
A contribution on cabling current de-rating vs temperature for PoE+256kBSterling VadenSMP Data Communications


Title Size Author(s) Affiliation
Liaison report from ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 25/WG 3 to IEEE 802.3
on telecommunications cabling to support IEEE 802.3at PoEP
JTC 1/SC 25/WG 3
JTC 1/SC 25/ WG 3

Other Contributed Material

Title Size Author(s) Affiliation
The big question: Is 4-Pair PWR allowed under 802.3af?
Picking through the Standard and the definitions to find the answer
38kB Geoff Thompson Nortel

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