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Title: 802'11 Nov 2009 Closing Plenary Reports


1
802.11 Nov 2009 Closing Plenary Reports
  • Date 2009-11-20

Authors
2
Abstract
  • This document is a digest of the closing reports
    of all 802.11 sub-groups for presentation at the
    Nov 2009 closing plenary meeting.

3
Agenda for 2009-11-17
  • Roll Call / Contacts / Reflector
  • Go round table and get brief status report
  • Review action items from previous meeting
  • Numbering Alignment process
  • Amendment Ordering / ANA Status / Draft Snapshots
  • Lessons learned from TGw/TGn RevCom
  • Lessons learned from initial editing of TGn
  • Style Guide for 802.11 09/1034r0
  • Conference Calls

from slide 1 of 11-09/1110r2 (part) by Peter
Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)
4
Draft Development Snapshot
Nov 2009
Nov 2009
Most current doc shaded green.
Changes from last report shown in red.
Slide 4
from slide 2 of 11-09/1110r2 (part) by Peter
Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)
5
802.11 Style Guide
  • See 11-09-1034-00-0000-wg11-style-guide.doc

from slide 3 of 11-09/1110r2 (part) by Peter
Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)
6
Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-20

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1288r0 by Clint Chaplin,
Chair (Samsung)
7
Abstract
  • Closing report for WNG SC for November 2009,
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA

from slide 2 of 11-09/1288r0 by Clint Chaplin,
Chair (Samsung)
8
  • Three presentations at this meeting
  • Continuous network discovery using Opportunistic
    Scanning (11-09-1207-01) Marc Emmelmann
  • Straw Poll Should IEEE 802.11 WNG receive
    further presentations analyzing if existing
    mechanisms can be used to support seamless
    handoff for (highly) mobile users?
  • Result Yes - 21 No - 0 Abstain - 4.
  • Time-based ranging technology for IEEE802.11
    (11-09-1212-00) Dong Kyoo Kim
  • IEEE802.11 for High Speed Mobility
    (11-09-1000-02) Hiroki Nakano
  • Does WNG think that we need further presentations
    exploring the need for support for mobile
    communication.
  • Result Yes - 25 No - 0 Need More Discussion -
    3 Dont Care - 1.
  • Minutes
  • 11-09-1208r0
  • Plans for January 2010
  • 2 hour session

from slide 3 of 11-09/1288r0 by Clint Chaplin,
Chair (Samsung)
9
November 2009 TGmb Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-19

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1291r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
10
Abstract
  • Closing report for TGmb for November 2009 plenary
    meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

from slide 2 of 11-09/1291r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
11
TGmb Status
Time to (re)circulate…
  • Photo credit Matthew Gast used with permission
    (duh)

from slide 3 of 11-09/1291r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
12
Accomplishments
  • No interpretation requests received
  • Comment processing from LB149 is complete
  • Asking for recirculation ballot
  • 15 days is standard recirculation time, we have
    requested approximately four weeks due to holiday
    season and incorporation of 802.11w-2009
  • Roll-up of 802.11n-2009 will commence in parallel
    to letter ballot
  • Recirculation anticipated in March 2010 that
    includes 802.11n-2009

from slide 4 of 11-09/1291r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
13
Onward to January
  • No change to end date in plan of record
  • Staying in working group ballot longer
  • Requesting weekly teleconferences every Friday
    for 90 minutes at 11 am ET beginning January 29
  • Goal Recirculation letter ballot after March
    meeting

from slide 5 of 11-09/1291r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
14
Revised TGmb Plan of Record (changes from start
of week underlined)
  • May 2008 Issue Call for Comment/Input
  • July 2008 begin process input and old
    Interpretation requests
  • Acknowledge previous Task Group referrals
  • Sept 2008 PAR revision process started
  • Nov 2008 close receipt of new input
  • Nov 2008 WG/EC approval of PAR Revision
  • Dec 2008 NesCom/SASB approval PAR Revision
  • May 2009 First WG Letter ballot
  • (includes All published Amendments as of May
    2009)
  • Nov 2009 Recirc start
  • May 2010 Form Sponsor Pool (45 days)
  • July 2010 Sponsor Ballot Start
  • (Include all published amendments as of July
    2010)
  • November 2010 Sponsor Recirc
  • March 2011 WG/EC Final Approval
  • June 2011 RevCom/SASB Approval

from slide 6 of 11-09/1291r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
15
References
  • Agenda 11-09/1134r10
  • Minutes 11-09/1190r0

from slide 7 of 11-09/1291r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
16
TGp Closing Report
  • Date 2009-09-24

Author
from slide 1 of 11-09/1289r0 by Lee Armstrong
(Armstrong Consulting, Inc.)
17
Abstract
  • TGp closing report for November meetings

from slide 2 of 11-09/1289r0 by Lee Armstrong
(Armstrong Consulting, Inc.)
18
November Meetings Summary
  • LB158 completed since September meeting, passed,
    no new comments
  • Sponsor Ballot 0 started, will close on 22
    November
  • Current comment resolution document,
    11-09-1200-02-000p, represents the 49 comments
    received as of Wednesday afternoon
  • 4 time slots during the week
  • Majority of meeting time in discussions of key
    comments, not in voting on resolutions

from slide 3 of 11-09/1289r0 by Lee Armstrong
(Armstrong Consulting, Inc.)
19
Status
  • D9.0 is the current draft
  • Waiting on ballot closing this weekend
  • TGp designated as P802.11p Comment Resolution
    Committee (CRC)
  • Weekly teleconferences planned for every Thursday
    _at_ 1500 Piscataway time will be CRC meetings
  • Plan is to complete comment resolution prior to
    January meetings

from slide 4 of 11-09/1289r0 by Lee Armstrong
(Armstrong Consulting, Inc.)
20
TGs Atlanta Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-20

Author
from slide 1 of 11-09/1243r1 by Dee Denteneer
21
Abstract
  • TGs closing report for the November 2009 meeting.
  • Resolved outstanding comments and ready to go to
    recirculation.

from slide 2 of 11-09/1243r1 by Dee Denteneer
22
Status
  • TGs passed LB 147 with 79 approval rate (May
    2009)
  • Before the meeting
  • Comment resolution spreadsheet 11-09/471r18 with
    118 comments open
  • Most recent TGs Draft is D3.04
  • After meeting
  • Most recent TGs comment resolution spread sheet
    is 11-09/471r23, with resolutions to all comments
  • An annotated agenda for TGs at this meeting in
    11-09/1099r9
  • The TGs draft minutes will be uploaded as
    11-09/1223r0

from slide 3 of 11-09/1243r1 by Dee Denteneer
23
Next Steps
  • Produce Draft 4.0 and go to recirculation
  • TGs is holding teleconferences on Wednesdays
    through the January Plenary at 4pm (ET)for up to
    1½ hours on the Following Dates
  • December 2, January 6, January 13
  • Goal for the November 2009 TGs meeting in Los
    Angeles, USA
  • Start resolving comments received in recirculation

from slide 4 of 11-09/1243r1 by Dee Denteneer
24
  • Motion
  • Having approved comment resolutions for all of
    the comments received from LB147 on P802.11s
    Draft 3.0 as contained in document 11-09/471r23,
  • Instruct the editor to prepare Draft 4.0
    incorporating these resolutions and,
  • Approve a Working Group Recirculation Ballot of
    at least 15 days asking the question Should
    P802.11s Draft 4.0 be forwarded to Sponsor
    Ballot?
  • Moved by Theodorus Denteneer on behalf of TGs
  • TGs vote
  • Moved Guido Hiertz Seconded Dan Harkins Result
    y 9-n 0-a 0

from slide 5 of 11-09/1243r1 by Dee Denteneer
25
Moved to schedule TGs teleconferences on
December 2 , January 6, and January 13 at 4pm for
a maximum of 90 minutes to resolve comments and
discuss agendas. Approved by unanimous consent
from slide 6 of 11-09/1243r1 by Dee Denteneer
26
Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-20

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1279r2 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
27
Abstract
  • Closing report for TGu Interworking with
    External Networks for November 2009, Atlanta,
    Georgia, USA

from slide 2 of 11-09/1279r2 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
28
  • Initial Sponsor Ballot (0) progress
  • Initial meeting of TGu CRC
  • Resolved 83 technical comments this week, with 73
    remaining
  • 6 submissions presented and approved to resolve
    comments
  • 11-09-1120r5
  • Next sponsor re-circulation ballot in early
    January 2010
  • Teleconferences
  • Wednesdays at 11 ET (from 2nd December 2009)
  • Plans for January 2010
  • Review CRC sponsor ballot activities
  • Continue to resolve sponsor ballot comments

from slide 3 of 11-09/1279r2 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
29
  • Expert Review
  • List of 10 experts compiled (11-09-1271r0)
  • Send out invitation emails to participate
  • For positive responses, then send copies of IEEE
    802.11u D8.0 for review and comments to further
    the draft (with time duration)
  • TGu chair will then place response comments into
    future re-circulation sponsor ballot.

from slide 4 of 11-09/1279r2 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
30
November 2009 Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-19

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1290r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
31
Abstract
  • This document contains the TGv closing report for
    November 2009.

from slide 2 of 11-09/1290r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
32
Goals and Accomplishments
  • Comment resolution from Initial Sponsor Ballot
  • 327 comments, 208 resolutions completed, 119
    remain
  • Teleconferences
  • Dec 1, 8, 15, Jan 12, noon-2pm Eastern

from slide 3 of 11-09/1290r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
33
Output Documents
  • 11-09-1290-00-000v-TGv-November-2009-closing-repor
    t.ppt
  • 11-09-1130-03-000v-November-2009-agenda.ppt
  • 11-09-1166-00-000v-November-2009-meeting notes

from slide 4 of 11-09/1290r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
34
TGv Timeline Updated Sept, 2009
  • Initial Working Group Letter Ballot July 07
    completed
  • Jan 08 D2.0, May 08 D3.0, Nov 08 D4.0
  • Re-circulation Working Group Letter Ballot
    November 08 (D4.0)
  • Mar 09 D5.0, May 09 D 6.0, July 09 D7.0,
    D7.0(unchanged)
  • Form Sponsor Ballot Pool August 09 (was June 09)
  • Initial Sponsor Ballot Oct 09
  • Oct 09 D7.0 (was Sept 09)
  • Approved Sponsor Ballot Nov 09
  • Jan 09 D8.0, Feb D9.0, March D10.0, April D11.0
  • May 12th ( or so) for Revcom June Approval
  • Final WG/EC Approval July 2010
  • RevCom/Standards Board Approval June 4th/June
    5th(or so)
  • Note TGv PAR is authorized through Dec 2010

from slide 5 of 11-09/1290r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
35
Goals for Nov 09 - Jan 2010
  • Complete initial Sponsor Ballot comment
    resolution
  • Recirculation Sponsor Ballot

from slide 6 of 11-09/1290r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
36
References
from slide 7 of 11-09/1290r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
37
TGz Atlanta Closing Report
  • Date 20 November 2009

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1292r0 by Menzo Wentink
(Qualcomm)
38
TGz Accomplishments in November
  • TGz made significant progress in reaching
    consensus on comments received on the initial
    sponsor ballot
  • The comments are in 11-09/1185r0
  • Text submissions are in 11-09/1218r4 (TDLS
    discovery), 11-09/1281r0 (TDLS path switch) and
    11-09/1230r3 (Off-channel selection)
  • We expect to start a first recirculation sponsor
    ballot after the Los Angeles meeting in January

from slide 2 of 11-09/1292r0 by Menzo Wentink
(Qualcomm)
39
802.11aa Robust Audio Video Transport Streaming
Atlanta Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-18

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1269r0 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
40
Abstract
  • TGaa Closing Report for the IEEE 802.11 Atlanta,
    Georgia Session (November 2009)

Slide 40
from slide 2 of 11-09/1269r0 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
41
Goals for the session
  • Continue listening to technical proposals and
    adopting corresponding text into the TGaa draft
  • Joint meeting with 802.11ac on approaches to OBSS
  • Joint meeting with 802.1AVB
  • Resolve comments from Internal review of Draft
    D0.01/D0.02

from slide 3 of 11-09/1269r0 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
42
Technical Presentations
Slide 42
from slide 4 of 11-09/1269r0 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
43
Accomplishments
  • Listened to 9 technical presentations
  • Adopted resolutions to some internal review
    comments into TGaa draft (1215r0)
  • Listened to the complete OBSS solution and
    adopted the corresponding (updated) text (1139r3)
  • Brainstormed on intra-AC prioritization Use Cases
  • Met jointly with 802.1AVB
  • Approved 09/926r5 as the guiding document
    describing the work that needs to be done in
    802.11aa and 802.1Qat

from slide 5 of 11-09/1269r0 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
44
Joint meeting with 802.1AVB
  • Presented a solution to support 802.1Qat in
    802.11 (09/926r5)
  • Presented a draft version of changes to 802.11 in
    order to support 802.1Qat in 802.11.
  • Status Update on 802.11aa
  • Status Update on 802.1AVB
  • 802.1AS may have up to 2 recirculations before
    starting sponsor ballot
  • 802.1Qat has planned a recirculation before
    starting sponsor ballot
  • 802.1Qav is ratified
  • Goals for the March 2010 joint meeting
  • Complete changes to 802.11 in order to support
    802.1Qat and have the changes included in a 11aa
    draft

Slide 44
from slide 6 of 11-09/1269r0 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
45
Goals for the January Interim
Enter January 2010 session with TGaa Draft
0.03 Adopt text corresponding to all remaining
PAR topics into TGaa Draft in the January
meeting Work towards completing Draft 1.0 by
March 2010
from slide 7 of 11-09/1269r0 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
46
Teleconferences
Mondays 1100-1230 Hrs ET on the following
days Nov 30, 2009 Dec 14, 2009 Jan 11, 2010
from slide 8 of 11-09/1269r0 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
47
TGac November 2009 Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-19

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1277r1 by Osama Aboul-Magd
(Samsung)
48
Abstract
  • This document is the closing report for the TGac
    for the November 2009 session.

from slide 2 of 11-09/1277r1 by Osama Aboul-Magd
(Samsung)
49
Work Completed
  • Selection of ad hoc group chairs is completed
  • PHY (Vinko Erceg, Minho Cheong, Raja Banerjea)
  • MAC (Matthew Fischer, Allan Zhu, Jae Seung Lee)
  • MU-MIMO (Brian Hart, Robert Stacey, Sameer
    Vermani)
  • Coexistence (Youhan Kim, Eldad Perahia, Yasushi
    Takatori)
  • Ad Hoc groups conducted their first meetings with
    focus on procedure discussion. Ad Hoc group
    reports are included in
  • PHY ? 09/1261r0
  • MAC ? 09/1260r1
  • MU-MIMO ? 09/1262r0
  • Coexistence ? 09/1265r2
  • The TG accepted a new revision of the Functional
    Requirements and Evaluation Methodology document
    (09/0451r8).
  • The TG agreed on an initial guideline for Ad Hoc
    scope (09/1175r1).
  • Technical Presentations.

from slide 3 of 11-09/1277r1 by Osama Aboul-Magd
(Samsung)
50
January 2010 Goals
  • Plan to continue with Ad Hoc group meetings with
    focus to further define the scope and work items
    for each ad hoc.
  • Submissions

from slide 4 of 11-09/1277r1 by Osama Aboul-Magd
(Samsung)
51
Conference Call Times
  • December 3, 2009
  • PHY Ad Hoc ? 2100 -2200 ET
  • December 17, 2009
  • MAC Ad Hoc ? 2000 2100 ET
  • MIMO-MU Ad Hoc ? 1100 1200 ET
  • January 7, 2010
  • Coexistence Ad Hoc ? 2000 2200 ET
  • January 14, 2010
  • PHY Ad Hoc ? 1100 -1200 ET

from slide 5 of 11-09/1277r1 by Osama Aboul-Magd
(Samsung)
52
TGad November 2009 Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-19

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1117r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
53
Abstract
  • This document is the closing report for the TGad
    for the November 2009 session.

from slide 2 of 11-09/1117r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
54
Work Completed (1/2)
  • Evaluation Methodology
  • 09/1160, Proposed Evaluation Methodology
    Additions, John Barr
  • 09/1216, Internet traffic modeling, Sai
    Nandagopalan
  • 09/1213, 60GHz Impairments Modeling, Vinko Erceg
  • 09/1222r1, Hard disk drive traffic model, Eldad
    Perahia
  • 09/1229, Application of 60 GHz Channel Models for
    Comparison of TGad Proposals, Alexander Maltsev
  • 09/296r12, Update to Evaluation Methodology
    document, Eldad Perahia
  • 09/1210, Coexistence Techniques, Tuncer Baykas
  • Motion to adopt 09/0296r12 as the first draft of
    the TGad evaluation methodology failed 24/20/7

from slide 3 of 11-09/1117r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
55
Work Completed (2/2)
  • Channel Modeling, Tues PM2, Wed PM2, Th AM2
  • 09/1252, Inter Cluster Parameters of Living Room
    Channel Model for 60 GHz WLAN Systems, Alexander
    Maltsev
  • 09/1152, 60-GHz Living-Room Channel Measurements,
    Tian-Wei Huang
  • 09/1169, Human Body Blockage - Guidelines for
    TGad MAC development, Thomas Kürner
  • 09/1170, Modeling the human induced 60 GHz
    channel dynamics, Thomas Kürner
  • 09/1165, 60 GHz Cubicle Wall Reflectivity, Chris
    Hansen
  • 09/1232, Intra-cluster response model and
    parameter for channel modeling at 60GHz (Part2),
    Hirokazu Sawada
  • Other technical submissions
  • 09/1153, 60GHz Beamforming, Carlos Cordeiro
  • 09/1168, SCR Design and Performance Assessment,
    John Stine
  • Call for Proposals
  • Motion to adopt 09/1206r0 as the TGad call for
    proposals passed 50/0/19
  • Chair to announce in WG and email reflector

from slide 4 of 11-09/1117r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
56
Call for Proposals
  • https//mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/09/11-09-1206-0
    0-00ad-draft-call-for-proposals.doc
  • Two types of proposals
  • New Techniques
  • Complete Proposals
  • Definition in https//mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/0
    9/11-09-0935-03-00ad-selection-procedure.doc
  • Notification of intent to present December 18,
    2009
  • Must email both TG chair and WG chair
  • Date applies to proposers of both New Techniques
    and Complete Proposals
  • For New Techniques presented in March 2010
  • Date that material must be on mentor February
    28, 2010
  • For New Techniques presented in May 2010
  • Date that material must be on mentor May 2, 2010
  • For Complete Proposals presented in May 2010
  • Date that material must be on mentor May 2, 2010

from slide 5 of 11-09/1117r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
57
Goals for January 2010
  • Continue working on task group documents
  • Technical contributions

from slide 6 of 11-09/1117r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
58
Conference call times
  • Dec 10
  • 1000-1200 ET
  • Evaluation Methodology
  • Jan 7
  • 1000-1200 ET
  • Channel Model

from slide 7 of 11-09/1117r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
59
IEEE 802.11 TV White Spaces Study Group Closing
Report
  • Date 2009-11-20

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1286r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
60
Abstract
  • This presentation is the closing report for the
    Atlanta meeting of the IEEE 802.11 TVWS SG.

from slide 2 of 11-09/1286r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
61
Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Administrative items including
  • Review and respond to the received comments on
    the 802.11 TVWS PAR and 5C
  • 11-09-0934-05-tvws-par-nescom-form-plus-5c
  • Plan for the IEEE 802 Wireless Interim in Los
    Angeles January 18th through 22nd
  • Request teleconferences

from slide 3 of 11-09/1286r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
62
Accomplishments
  • Reviewed all of the received comments on the
    802.11 TVWS PAR and 5C
  • Responses in 11-09-1240-04-tvws-replies-to-comment
    s-on-802-11-tvws-par-5c
  • Edited the PAR and 5C document and uploaded it
  • 11-09-0934-08-tvws-par-nescom-form-plus-5c
  • Selected one teleconference slot to request
  • 2000 ET on January 12th
  • Discussed the plan for now until the January
    interim

from slide 4 of 11-09/1286r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
63
Documents
  • 11-09-1240-04-tvws-replies-to-comments-on-802-11-t
    vws-par-5c
  • 11-09-0934-08-tvws-par-nescom-form-plus-5c

from slide 5 of 11-09/1286r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
64
Thanks to all who participated!
  • See you in LA

from slide 6 of 11-09/1286r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
65
QoSMAN SG Closing Report Nov 2009
  • Date 2009-11-19

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1211r1 by Michael
Montemurro, Research In Motion
66
Abstract
  • This document is the closing report for the
    QoSMAN SG for the November 2009 session.

from slide 2 of 11-09/1211r1 by Michael
Montemurro, Research In Motion
67
Work Completed
  • Thanks to Stephen McCann as acting Secretary for
    the group.
  • Minutes https//mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/09/11-
    09-1209-00-00qm-minutes-november-2009.doc
  • Discussion on the process moving forward as a
    Task Group
  • Processed PAR and 5C comments
  • https//mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/09/11-09-1241-0
    3-00qm-qosman-par-comment-resolutions.xls
  • Completed and accepted the PAR and 5C document
  • https//mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/09/11-09-0942-0
    8-00qm-qosman-par-nescom-form-plus-5cs.doc
  • A Teleconference has been planned for January 14
    at 1100h ET.
  • Motions to approve PAR comment resolutions and
    PAR and 5C document.

from slide 3 of 11-09/1211r1 by Michael
Montemurro, Research In Motion
68
Motion to approve QOSMAN PAR comment resolutions
  • Move to accept the QOSMAN PAR comment resolutions
    in document https//mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/09/
    11-09-1241-02-00qm-qosman-par-comment-resolutions.
    xls.
  • Moved Stephen McCann
  • Seconded Paul Lambert
  • Vote Yes 6, No 0, Abstain 1.
  • Motion Passes.

from slide 4 of 11-09/1211r1 by Michael
Montemurro, Research In Motion
69
SG Motion
  • Believing that the QoSMAN PAR and Five Criteria
    contained in the documents referenced below meet
    IEEE-SA guidelines,
  • Request that the QoSMAN PAR and the Five Criteria
    contained in document 11-09-0942-07-00qm-qosman-pa
    r-nescom-form-plus-5cs.doc be forwarded to the
    802.11 WG for approval of the full Working Group.
  • Moved Paul Lambert
  • Seconded Stephen McCann
  • Vote Yes 6, No 0, Abstain 0.

from slide 5 of 11-09/1211r1 by Michael
Montemurro, Research In Motion
70
802.11 WG Motion
  • Believing that the QoSMAN PAR and Five Criteria
    contained in the documents referenced below meet
    IEEE-SA guidelines,
  • Request that the QoSMAN PAR and the Five Criteria
    contained in 11-09-0942-07-00qm-qosman-par-nescom-
    form-plus-5cs.doc be posted to the IEEE 802
    Executive Committee (EC) agenda for WG 802
    preview and EC approval to submit to NesCom.
  • Moved by Michael Montemurro on behalf of the IEEE
    802.11 QOSMAN SG
  • QOSMAN SG vote
  • Moved Paul Lambert, Seconded Stephen McCann,
    Result 6-0-0

from slide 6 of 11-09/1211r1 by Michael
Montemurro, Research In Motion
71
Task Group Process Strawman
  • Prepare a Requirements Document
  • Consider use cases to justify requirements
  • Use previous submissions as a basis
  • Prioritize the requirements (mandatory/optional)
  • Solicit individual proposals
  • First Draft

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January 2009 Goals
  • Begin work as a Task Group
  • Elect Task Group Officers Chair, Editor, and
    Secretary
  • Establish a timeline.
  • Create a requirements and use cases document for
    management frame prioritization.

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Montemurro, Research In Motion
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Closing Report
  • Date 2009-11-20

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1284r0 by Andrew Myles,
Cisco
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Abstract
  • Closing report for JTC1 ad hoc for November
    2009, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

from slide 2 of 11-09/1284r0 by Andrew Myles,
Cisco
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JTC1 ad hoc discussed the WAPI NP proposal
wrote two liaisons to SC6
  • Progress in Atlanta
  • Discussed China NBs proposal for a WAPI NP in
    ISO/IEC
  • Wrote letter (11-09-1254r1) to SC6 responding to
    claims that 802.11 isn insecure in the WAPI NP
    proposal
  • Wrote letter to SC6
  • Reporting recent and planned future activities in
    the IEEE 802.11 Working Group
  • Flagging an intention to submit certain documents
    to ISO/IEC using the PDSO process
  • Offering JTC1 and SC6 National Bodies the
    opportunity to submit comments into the Sponsor
    Ballot process
  • Plans for Jan 2010
  • Consider any JTC1 liaison issues
  • Start technical evaluation of WAPI

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Cisco
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JTC1 ad hoc approved a liaison to SC6 relating to
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC6 N 14123
  • Motion
  • The IEEE 802.11 JTC1 ad hoc recommends to the
    IEEE 802.11 WG and IEEE 802 ExCom that the letter
    contained in 11-09-1254r1 be liaised to ISO/IEC
    JTC1/SC6. This letter provides a response to some
    of the material liaised to the IEEE staff in
    ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC6 N 14123. The letter should be
    sent to the SC6 Secretariat. It should also be
    CCed to the individuals and organisations
    addressed by the e-mail that notified IEEE staff
    about ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC6 N 14123. IEEE staff
    should be authorised to make any necessary
    editorial changes
  • Moved David Hunter
  • Seconded Jerry Thrasher
  • Result 11/0/0

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Cisco
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802.11 WG will consider a liaison to SC6 relating
to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC6 N 14123
  • Motion
  • The IEEE 802.11 JTC1 ad hoc and IEEE 802.11 WG
    recommends to the IEEE 802 ExCom that the letter
    contained in 11-09-1254r1 be liaised to ISO/IEC
    JTC1/SC6. This letter provides a response to some
    of the material liaised to the IEEE staff in
    ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC6 N 14123. The letter should be
    sent to the SC6 Secretariat. It should also be
    CCed to the individuals and organisations
    addressed by the e-mail that notified IEEE staff
    about ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC6 N 14123. IEEE staff
    should be authorised to make any necessary
    editorial changes
  • Moved
  • Seconded
  • Result

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Cisco
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JTC1 ad hoc approved a liaison to SC6 relating to
plans to use the PSDO
  • Motion
  • The IEEE 802.11 JTC1 ad hoc recommends to the
    IEEE 802.11 WG and IEEE 802 ExCom that the letter
    contained in 11-09-1273r1 be liaised to ISO/IEC
    JTC1/SC6. This letter documents recent and
    planned future activities in the IEEE 802.11
    Working Group, flags an intention to submit
    certain documents to ISO/IEC using the PDSO
    process, and offers JTC1 and SC6 National Bodies
    the opportunity to submit comments into the
    Sponsor Ballot process. The letter should be sent
    to the SC6 Secretariat. The IEEE 802.11 Working
    Group Chair should be authorised to make any
    necessary editorial changes.
  • Moved Dan Harkins
  • Seconded Jim Raab
  • Result 12/0/0

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Cisco
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802.11 WG will consider a liaison to SC6 relating
to plans to use the PSDO
  • Motion
  • The IEEE 802.11 JTC1 ad hoc and IEEE 802.11 WG
    recommends to IEEE 802 ExCom that the letter
    contained in 11-09-1273r1 be liaised to ISO/IEC
    JTC1/SC6. This letter documents recent and
    planned future activities in the IEEE 802.11
    Working Group, flags an intention to submit
    certain documents to ISO/IEC using the PDSO
    process, and offers JTC1 and SC6 National Bodies
    the opportunity to submit comments into the
    Sponsor Ballot process. The letter should be sent
    to the SC6 Secretariat. The IEEE 802.11 Working
    Group Chair should be authorised to make any
    necessary editorial changes.
  • Moved
  • Seconded
  • Result

from slide 7 of 11-09/1284r0 by Andrew Myles,
Cisco
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IEEE 802.11 Regulatory Ad Hoc Committee Closing
Report
  • Date 2009-11-20

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/1287r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
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Abstract
  • This presentation is the closing report for the
    Atlanta meeting of the IEEE 802.11 Regulatory Ad
    Hoc Committee.

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Research In Motion
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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • The regulatory summaries
  • North America
  • European Union
  • Asia
  • FOCUS
  • Input to ERM TG11 on EN 300 328 v1.8.1
  • FCC changes in the 5GHz band

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Research In Motion
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Accomplishments
  • Provided updates on relevant regulatory actions
  • Discussed the status of the revision of ERM TG11
  • Called for more participation to prevent unwanted
    regulations
  • Discussed the impact of new 5 GHz certification
    rules
  • FCC KDB 443999
  • devices will not permit operations on channels
    which overlap the 5600 - 5650 MHz band
  • Operation in 5250 5350 MHz and 5470 5725 MHz
    bands is restricted to indoor
  • With these stipulations, certification can begin
    again
  • Discussed the just released (17 November) Ofcom
    consultation on Geolocation for Cognitive
    Access
  • Responses due 9 February 2010
  • Will plan response on conference calls

from slide 4 of 11-09/1287r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
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Documents
  • 11-09-1141-01-0reg-atlanta-meeting-plan-and-agenda
    -nov-2009
  • http//fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/kdb/forms/FTSSearch
    ResultPage.cfm?switchPid41732
  • http//www.ofcom.org.uk/consult/condocs/cogaccess/
    cogaccess.pdf

from slide 5 of 11-09/1287r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
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Thanks to all who participated!
  • See you in Atlanta

from slide 6 of 11-09/1287r0 by Rich Kennedy,
Research In Motion
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