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1
802.11 March 2009 Closing Plenary Reports
  • Date 2009-03-12

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

3
802.11 WG Editors Meeting (Mar 09)
  • Date 2009-03-12

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Summary of actions 2009-03-10
  • Michelle to check Get802 status for .11r - done
  • Nancy to publish MEC comments for .11w
  • Adrian to ping Menzo on whether he has updated
    11-08/0644r5 (numbering spreadsheet) done, in
    process
  • Goal get TGz and TGp to have updated the
    numbering spreadsheet by May 09 meeting.
  • All please send draft status update via the
    editors reflector asap, but no later than
    Thursday am2 to update table on next page!
  • Necati email to Michelle list of issues with
    templates

from slide 2 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Abstract / Agenda
  • Roll Call / Contacts / Reflector
  • Publication Work Plan
  • Amendment Ordering / ANA Status / Draft Snapshots
  • Draft naming rules
  • Conference Calls
  • Editorial Streamlining Projects
  • Archival material
  • Lessons Learned

from slide 3 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Roll Call
  • Editors Present
  • P802.11mb Amendment (REVmb) Adrian Stephens
  • P802.11n Amendment (HT) Adrian Stephens
  • P802.11p Amendment (WAVE) Wayne Fisher
  • P802.11s Amendment (MESH) Kazuyuki Sakoda (until
    end 09)
  • P802.11u Amendment (IW) -- Necati Canpolat
  • P802.11w Amendment (SEC) Nancy Cam-Winget
  • P802.11v Amendment (WNM) Emily Qi
  • P802.11aa Amendment (VTS) Hang Liu
  • Also present
  • IEEE Staff present
  • Michelle Turner staff editor for 802,
    m.turner_at_ieee.org
  • 802.11 Editors Not Present
  • P802.11y Amendment (CBP) Peter Ecclesine
  • P802.11z Amendment (TDLS) Menzo Wentink

from slide 4 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
7
Volunteer Editor Contacts
  • TGn Adrian Stephens adrian.p.stephens_at_intel.co
    m
  • TGp Wayne Fisher wfisher_at_arinc.com
  • TGs Temporary Kazuyuki Sakoda -
    KazuyukiA.Sakoda_at_jp.sony.com
  • TGu Necati Canpolat necati.canpolat_at_intel.com
  • TGv Emily Qi emily.h.qi_at_intel.com
  • TGw Nancy Cam-Winget ncamwing_at_cisco.com
  • TGz Menzo Wentink mwentink_at_qualcomm.com
  • TGmb Adrian Stephens adrian.p.stephens_at_intel.c
    om (TBC)
  • TGaa Hang Liu hang.liu_at_thomson.net
  • Editor Emeritus
  • TGk Joe Kwak joekwak_at_sbcglobal.net
  • TGr Bill Marshall wtm_at_research.att.com
  • TGy Peter Ecclesine pecclesi_at_cisco.com

from slide 5 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Reflector Updates
  • Each editor is expected to be on the reflector
    and current.
  • If you didnt receive the meeting notice from the
    reflector, please send email to
    adrian.p.stephens_at_intel.com
  • To be updated
  • None

from slide 6 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
9
IEEE Publication Status
  • IEEE 802.11-2007 published and for free download
    with Get802
  • Published in June 2007
  • Combines all existing amendments and includes
    maintenance work by TGma
  • Publications completed for 802.11k, 802.11r and
    802.11y,
  • 11k now available with Get802
  • 11r now available with Get802

from slide 7 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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MEC Status
  • P802.11n D6.0 has gone through Mandatory
    Editorial Coordination (document 11-08-1045r0)
  • SCC14 coordination done
  • Second review by Michelle pending
  • 11w has gone through Mandatory Editorial
    Coordination (09-????) in September
  • Action Nancy to publish MEC comments for .11w

from slide 8 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
11
Alignment Process for 802.11k/r/y
  • The 08/0644r5 Numbering Spreadsheet has all
    changes from publication of 11k and 11r and 11y
    (and 11n D7.03 and 11w D7.0)
  • ?? TGz has done it?
  • Action Adrian to ping Menzo on whether he has
    updated 11-08/0644r5 (numbering spreadsheet)
  • TGp Wayne
  • Goal get TGz and TGp to have updated the
    numbering spreadsheet by May 09 meeting.
  • Then discuss at May Meeting, expectation TGv
    correct numbering.

from slide 9 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Amendment other ordering notes
  • Editors define publication order independent of
    working group public timelines
  • Since official timeline is volatile and moves
    around
  • Publication order helps provide stability in
    amendment numbering, figures, clauses and other
    numbering assignments
  • Editors are committed to maintain a rational
    publication order
  • Numbering spreadsheet 08/0644
  • Succeeding amendments to do their respective
    updates
  • Must match the official timeline

from slide 10 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Numbering of Annexes and Clauses
  • Proposal TGMb will fix the ordering of annexes
  • Ample bad precedent set by 11k
  • Bibliography should be the final annex per IEEE
    Standards Style Guide
  • Clause numbering has similar issue during rollup
  • TGn clause 3a, 11r clause 11a, 11y clause 11.9a
  • REVmb numbering will stay using Amendment style
    numbering until the very last possible moment.

from slide 11 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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ANA Announcements
  • Current ANA announced to group is
    802.11-09-0031r2.
  • See https//mentor.ieee.org/802.11/file/08/11-09-0
    031-02-0000-ana-database-assigned-numbers.xls
  • All new requests received by end of meeting will
    be uploaded and announced via 802.11 WG reflector
  • No requests have been received directly from
    editors this week and acted on in preparation for
    publishing next version.
  • Others as may arise before the editors conference
    call 1 will be included
  • Procedure for ANA is contained in 07/0827r0.
  • See http//mentor.ieee.org/802.11/public/07/11-07-
    0827-00-0000-assigned-number-authority-ana-mechani
    sms.ppt
  • Editorial Guidance
  • ANA assignments should be done at the time of
    moving from WG LB to Sponsor ballot.
  • If a resource number is not in the ANA Database,
    please use ltANAgt in drafts!
  • Editors to replace any ANA controlled resources
    numbers with ltANAgt upon incorporation of material
    into drafts.

from slide 12 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
15
Amendment Ordering
Amendment numbering is editorial! No need to make
ballot comments on these dynamic numbers!
  • Data as of March 12 from 802.11 website.
  • See http//grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/
    802.11_Timelines.htm

Amendment Number Task Group REVCOM Date
802.11 Amendment 4 TGw Sept 2009
802.11 Amendment 5 TGn Jan 2010
802.11 Amendment 6 TGz Jan 2010
802.11 Amendment 7 TGp June 2010
802.11 Amendment 8 TGv June 2010
802.11 Amendment 9 TGu May 2010
802.11 Amendment 10 TGs Sept 2010
802.11 Revision 802.11mb Mar 2011
802.11-2011 Amendment 1 TGaa June 2011
802.11-2011 Amendment 2 TGac Dec 2012
802.11-2011 Amendment 3 TGad Dec 2012
from slide 13 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Email Your Draft Status Updates
  • Each editor, please send update for next page via
    the editors reflector no later than Thursday am2
    to update table on next page!

from slide 14 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
17
Draft Development Snapshot
Most current doc shaded green.
Changes from last report shown in red.
TG Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Published or Draft Baseline Documents Source MEC Style Guide Editor Snapshot Date
TG 802.11 k r y w n z p v u s mb aa Source MEC Style Guide Editor Snapshot Date
w 2007 2008 2008 2008 8.0 Frame 7.2 Yes 2007 Nancy Cam-Winget 10-Mar
n 2007 2008 2008 2008 7.0 8.00 Frame 7.2 Yes 2007 Adrian Stephens 10-Mar
z 2007 2008 2008 2008 6.0 7.0 3.0 Word No 2007 Menzo Wentink 17-July
p 2007 2008 2008 2008 6.0 7.0 2.0 5.02 Frame 7.2 No 2007 Wayne Fisher 11-Mar
v 2007 2008 2008 2008 6.0 7.0 2.0 4.0 4.01 2.0 2.0 Frame 7.2 No 2007 Emily Qi Nov
u 2007 2008 2008 11.0 6.0 6.04 - - 4.0 4.02 Frame 7.2 No 2007 Necati Canpolat Nov
s 2007 2008 2008 2008 7.0 7.02 3.0 5.0 4.01 4.02 2.07 Frame 7.2 No 2007 Kazuyuki Sakoda 15-July
mb - - - - - - - - - - - - No draft yet Adrian Stephens 15-July
aa No draft yet Vacant xx
T (1.01) Frame 6 No 2007 Tom Alexander 20 -Mar
from slide 15 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
18
Editorial Streamlining
  • Focus is on consistency across all TGs
  • Completed
  • Streamlined ANA processes 07/0827r0
  • Consistent format for REDLINE contributions
    across TGs 07/0788r0
  • Consistent process for editorial comment
    resolution across TGs (WG Sponsor) 07/2050r0
  • Guideline for technical vs. editorial, sample
    editorial comment responses
  • Format for comment reporting across TGs (WG
    Sponsor) 07/1990r0 (tool in 07/2116r0)
  • Stable numbering method (See 07/2810r0)
  • Consistent naming of redlines (See 07/2810r0)
  • Draft templates for FRAME (no Word) to help train
    new editors more rapidly
  • Under Construction (in priority order)
  • Revise the editors guideline
  • Mentoring program Name a mentor for each new
    editor
  • Request in future Plenary sessions Mondays 730pm
    Frame surgery
  • MIB element numbering and compiling publish a
    rolled-up MIB of k/r/y
  • Guideline on non-technical front matter
  • Guideline describing expected editorial
    development and maturity of draft through stages
    in 802.11 for consistency across TGs
  • Guidelines for primitives ARC to consider

from slide 16 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Draft naming convention
  • Drafts and redlines are .pdf files
  • Syntax
  • Draft ltprojectgt_ltdraftgt Redline Compared to
    ltprojectgt_ltdraftgt.pdf
  • Examples
  • Draft P802.11n_D8.0.pdf
  • Draft P802.11n_D8.0 Redline.pdf
  • Draft P802.11n_D7.04 Redline Compared to
    P802.11n_D7.03.pdf
  • Please use this convention for all drafts posted
    on the 802.11 website.

from slide 17 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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AOB
  • Nancy participant lists. TGn, r, y all
    different.
  • How do we define contributor list?
  • Is second list, all letter balloters, or 802.11
    members, or sponsor balloters?
  • Michelle every group does it differently.
  • Nancy defer to chair
  • Necati any update on templates?
  • Michelle need to do another update with new
    frontmatter (new board members)
  • Issues with numbering of pages.
  • Action Necati email to Michelle list of issues.

from slide 18 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Archive Material
from slide 19 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Publication Work Plan Note to be included in the
editors operations manual
  • Here is the workflow we have used for a number of
    years with IEEE staff on publication of 802.11
    publications 
  • Editors provide FRAME source and any freestanding
    graphics (Powerpoint, Visio. TIF) to staff at
    time of REVCOM submission.
  • Editors provide a list of requests editorial
    corrections no later than REVCOM approval date.
  • Staff prepares a publication draft and highlights
    changes they have made and questions they need
    addressed or confirmed. This draft is sent to
    Task Group Editor and the Working Group Technical
    Editor (me). This typically occurs about 2-3
    weeks after approval for publication, since the
    preparation work is usually (but not always)
    begun ahead of approval. This is also typically
    the draft peer reviewed by IEEE staff.
  • The Task Group Editor responds to all questions
    on domain specific questions, with copy to
    Working Group editor (me). This typically takes
    about 3-5 days.
  • The Working Group Technical Editor reviews
    responses from the Task Group editor, completes
    any responses, and provides a list of WG officers
    and voting members valid for the document as of
    the opening day of the Sponsor ballot. This
    typically only takes one additional day from the
    prior step as most of the work is done in
    parallel by the two editors.
  • Final draft is submitted by the IEEE staff to
    Working Group Technical Editor and Task Group
    Editor for sign-off. Any changes from the
    responses or IEEE peer review are highlighted and
    explained. This typically takes only one or two
    days more after the responses are received from
    the editors.
  • Task Group Editor gives final approval. No
    changes are expected. This usually occurs within
    24 hours.
  • Working Group Technical Editor signs off and
    provides draft to Working Group Chair. No changes
    are expected. This usually occurs within 24 hours
    and in parallel with the previous step.
  • Working Group Chair sends email to sponsor and
    IEEE staff letting them know the Working Group
    has signed off on the publication process.

from slide 20 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Terry Cole on Changes to MIB elements
  • You can incrementally add to a MIB element
    without deprecation at any level. That is, add
    new values and meaning pairs.
  • You can change the description of a MIB element
    without deprecation at any level. That is add new
    text clarifying or even changing the meaning of
    the element to keep up with the standard.
  • I would advise deprecation when changing the
    definition of some value of a MIB from one thing
    to another. However, I don't know of any rules
    requiring this.

from slide 21 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Publications lessons learned
  • When quoting baseline text inaccurately, the
    baseline text is changed whether or not the
    changes were marked. The IEEE staff will
    actually do the appropriate changes as if the
    task group had actually intended to change the
    baseline.
  • Drafts can minimally quote baseline text to
    minimize such changes
  • Should revisit the decision to include full
    context during insertion
  • Full Annex titles have to be shown in the
    amendment more importantly included normative
    vs. informative
  • TGk inadvertently changed Annex A to be fully
    informative
  • TGr battled to fix Annex A but caused ripples
  • TGy 08-1215r1 has brief review of significant
    things changed for publication
  • In editors operations manual and during
    balloting, should comment that Annexes should be
    fully titled with good reason to vote No in
    balloting

from slide 22 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Publications lessons learned (contd)
  • Acronym rules are inconsistent
  • Styleguide doesnt include definitions
  • Every document is treated as standalone, thus
    first acronym reference must be spelled out.
    Even though, other amendments or baseline may
    have defined and used the acronym earlier.
  • Goal should be to have as few changes between the
    final balloted amendment and final published
    amendment.
  • How do we deal with subjective decisions made by
    the IEEE copy editors as their styles vary?
  • Booleans should be capitalized TRUE and FALSE
  • when set to
  • Booleans should be lower case is true and is
    false (raise the issue with Style Guide update)

from slide 23 of 11-09/0322r1 by Adrian Stephens
(Intel Corporation)
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Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-13

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0367r0 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
27
Abstract
  • Closing report for Wireless Next Generation
    (WNG) Standing Committee (SC) for March 2009,
    Vancouver, BC, Canada

from slide 2 of 11-09/0367r0 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
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  • Presentations
  • 11-09-0315-01-0wng-enhanced-security.ppt Dan
    Harkins
  • StrawPoll A study group to develop a PAR and
    Five Criteria for Enhanced Security for 802.11
    should be created.
  • Yes 11, No 1, Dont know, Need more
    information11, Dont care 6.
  • 11-09-0338-00-0wng-enhancement-of-802-11-ad-hoc-mo
    de.ppt Chiu Ngo
  • StrawPoll Should IEEE 802.11 WNG receive further
    presentations on the topic of performance
    improvement for IEEE 802.11 ad hoc mode?
  • Yes 10, No 1, Abstain 14
  • 11-09-0337-00-0wng-802-next-generation-security.pp
    t Richard Paine
  • Discussion Point
  • 11-09-0239-02-0wng-comments-on-802-22-input-to-08-
    260-petition-for-reconsideration.doc

from slide 3 of 11-09/0367r0 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
29
ARC Mar 09 Summary Report
  • Jan -gt Mar
  • Continued MAC breakdown work
  • 3 tele confs extended model
  • Shifting from component to functional orientation
  • Mar F2F sessions
  • Advice request re MIBs
  • Usage and inconsistency issues
  • Possible recommendation in development re MIB
    usage SAP sequence data flows
  • Proposal Classification of mib vars into
  • capability, status, control knob, confused/mixed
    perceptions
  • Internal/external to an entity
  • MAC Functional Model Status
  • Updated snapshot in 9/118 r latest (will be
    updated after this week)

from slide 1 of 11-09/0333r1 by David Bagby,
Calypso Ventures, Inc.
30
ARC Planning for Mar -gt May
  • Conf Calls
  • Mar 31 1800-1900 ET
  • Apr 14, Apr 28, 1300-1400 ET
  • Next F2F sessions in May In Montreal

from slide 2 of 11-09/0333r1 by David Bagby,
Calypso Ventures, Inc.
31
March 2009 Closing Report for TGmb
  • Date 2009-03-12

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0407r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
32
Abstract
  • Closing report for TGmb for March 2009 plenary
    meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

from slide 2 of 11-09/0407r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
33
TGmb Status
(Yes, we found an editor)
  • Photo credit Ted Percival (tedpercival on
    Flickr) used with permission
  • http//www.flickr.com/photos/tedpercival/262145589
    8/

from slide 3 of 11-09/0407r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
34
Accomplishments
  • Elected Adrian Stephens as Technical Editor
  • Disbursed US2.25 collected in fines for use of
    the word editor
  • Adopted proposed editorial process
  • Adopted new plan of record (see next slide)
  • Continued processing comment spreadsheet
  • Discussed multi-BSS operation and power save
  • Note no interpretation requests were received

from slide 4 of 11-09/0407r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
35
TGmb Plan of Record
  • 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)
  • Sep/Nov 2009 Recirc start
  • November 2009 Form Sponsor Pool
  • January 2010 Sponsor Ballot Start
  • (Include all published amendments as of Jan 2010)
  • May 2010 Sponsor Recirc
  • Jan 2011 WG/EC Final Approval (conditional in
    Nov 2010)
  • Mar 2011 RevCom/SASB Approval

from slide 5 of 11-09/0407r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
36
Plans for May Meeting and Beyond
  • Goal Letter ballot after May 2009 meeting in
    Montréal
  • Teleconferences planned to work on remaining open
    issues
  • Schedule and topics to be announced after WG
    approval of teleconferences
  • TGmb editorial team is still seeking reviewers to
    assist in checking draft changes
  • See 11-09/0250r0 for process and time requirements

from slide 6 of 11-09/0407r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
37
Documents
  • Agenda 11-09/0341r1
  • Minutes 11-09/0325r0
  • Current issues list 11-08/1127r13

from slide 7 of 11-09/0407r0 by Matthew Gast,
Trapeze Networks
38
TGn Closing Report Vancouver, BC, Canada 802
Plenary
  • Date 2009-03-13

Authors
Name

Company

Address

Phone

email

5488 Marvell Lane, Santa Clara, CA, 95054
1 (321) 427-4098
Bruce Kraemer

Marvell


bkraemer_at_
marvell
.com




Sheung Li

SiBEAM



sli_at_sibeam.com

1 (408) 245-3120
555 Mathilda Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085




Adrian Stephens
Intel Corporation
15 JJ Thompson
1 (503) 616-3800
adrian.p.stephens_at_ intel.com

Avenue, Cambridge,



CB3 0FD, UK


from slide 1 of 11-09/0412r2 by Bruce Kraemer,
Marvell
39
Sponsor Ballot Recirculation 1 on TGn
  • Sponsor recirculation ballot closed March 07 and
    passed with a 80.1 affirmative vote (169
    approve, 42 not approve, 17 abstain)
  • 77 comments received
  • During March meeting, All comments resolved, and
    editor empowered to create TGn Draft 9.0 for
    further balloting

from slide 2 of 11-09/0412r2 by Bruce Kraemer,
Marvell
40
TGn - Primary March Meeting Documents
  • SB 1 Comment Composite 11-09- 0024 r5
  • Meeting Report 11-09- 0219 r10
  • Editors Report 11-09- 0251 r1
  • Closing Report 11-09- 0412 r0
  • Meeting Minutes 11-09- 0326 r0
  • TGn Draft 8.0

from slide 3 of 11-09/0412r2 by Bruce Kraemer,
Marvell
41
Mar 09 to May 09 TGn Teleconference Plan
Call number 916-356-2663
Call time 1100 1300 ET
Wednesday Blocking events Ad hoc group Meeting chair Bridge Passcode
Mar 11 Plenary
Mar 18 5 2457232
Mar 25 W topics Bruce Kraemer 5 5282348
Apr 01 W topics Bruce Kraemer 5 5228709
Apr 08 5 9662615
Apr 15 5 3527796
Apr 22 5 3309270
Apr 29 5 3813773
May 06 5 7927018
May 13 Interim

from slide 4 of 11-09/0412r2 by Bruce Kraemer,
Marvell
42
TGn Timeline is Unchanged
Event Name Accepted Dates Accepted Dates
Actual Previously Approved Currently Published
PAR Approved Sep 03
Initial WG Letter Ballot Mar 06
Recirculation WG Letter Ballot Oct 07
Form Sponsor Ballot Pool Jul 08
Initial Sponsor Ballot Dec 08 Nov 08 Jan 09
Recirculation Sponsor Ballot Feb 09 Jan 09 May 09
Final WG Approval Jul 09 Nov 09
Final EC Approval Jul 09 Nov 09
RevCom/ Stds Board Approval Sep 09 Jan 10
Publication Nov 09 Mar 10
from slide 5 of 11-09/0412r2 by Bruce Kraemer,
Marvell
43
TGp Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-13

Author
from slide 1 of 11-09/0258r1 by Stuart J. Kerry
(OK-Brit)
44
Abstract
  • TGp closing report for March 2009 meetings

from slide 2 of 11-09/0258r1 by Stuart J. Kerry
(OK-Brit)
45
March 2009 TGp Meetings Summary
  • All LB 141 Comment resolutions completed (many
    revisited with altered resolutions this week as a
    result of CRs)
  • Original LB 141 comments received
  • 221 comments, 83 were editorial
  • 6 two-hour time slots this week plus Monday 1.5
    hour ad-hoc slot
  • Current working draft is D5.02
  • Voted to go to WG recirculation ballot
  • Presentation in doc 11-09/0395r1 was made
    regarding a WAVE ITS Station Technical
    Capabilities Summary

from slide 3 of 11-09/0258r1 by Stuart J. Kerry
(OK-Brit)
46
Status
  • Current draft D5.02 is on server
  • Master Comment Resolution document 11-08-1452r6
  • Represents LB 141 CR changes from D5.0
  • Plan to go to 2nd recirculation WG letter ballot
  • Weekly teleconferences planned for every Thursday
    _at_ 1500 ET - Piscataway time (commencing after
    letter ballot results are received, if 2nd
    recirculation LB approved by WG)

from slide 4 of 11-09/0258r1 by Stuart J. Kerry
(OK-Brit)
47
TGp Timeline Update
IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices IN PROCESS  - Standards, Amendments, and Recommended Practices
Form Sponsor Ballot (SB) Pool MEC Done IEEE-SA Sponsor Ballots (SBs) IEEE-SA Sponsor Ballots (SBs) IEEE-SA Sponsor Ballots (SBs) IEEE-SA Sponsor Ballots (SBs) Final 802.11 WG Approval Final or (Conditional) 802 EC Approval RevCom Standards Board Final or Continuous Process  Approval ANSI Approved Superseded or Withdrawn by Standards Board
Form Sponsor Ballot (SB) Pool MEC Done Initial Initial Recirculation Recirculation Final 802.11 WG Approval Final or (Conditional) 802 EC Approval RevCom Standards Board Final or Continuous Process  Approval ANSI Approved Superseded or Withdrawn by Standards Board
Form Sponsor Ballot (SB) Pool MEC Done Draft Date Draft Date Final 802.11 WG Approval Final or (Conditional) 802 EC Approval RevCom Standards Board Final or Continuous Process  Approval ANSI Approved Superseded or Withdrawn by Standards Board
Mar-09 May-09 Mar-09 May-09 May-09 Jul-09 May-09 Jul-09 Sep-09 N/C Sep-09 N/C Jan-10 N/C Mar-10 N/C Jun-10 N/C N/A N/C N/A N/C
  • Note
  • March 2009 session changes shown in Red on above
    chart
  • N/C No Change

from slide 5 of 11-09/0258r1 by Stuart J. Kerry
(OK-Brit)
48
TGp Motion to start 2nd Recirculation WG LB
  • Motion
  • Having approved comment resolutions for all of
    the comments received from LB 141 on 802.11 TGp
    Draft 5.0 as contained in document
    11-08-1452-06-000p (TGp Comment Resolutions),
  • Instruct the editor to prepare Draft 6.0
    incorporating these resolutions and,
  • Approve a 15 day Working Group Recirculation
    Ballot asking the question Should P802.11 TGp
    Draft 6.0 be forwarded to Sponsor Ballot?
  •  
  • Moved by Stuart J. Kerry on behalf of TGp
  • TGp vote
  • Moved Alastair Malarky, Seconded Wayne Fisher,
    Result 8-0-1

from slide 6 of 11-09/0258r1 by Stuart J. Kerry
(OK-Brit)
49
TGs Vancouver Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-12

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0365r0 by Donald Eastlake
3rd, Motorola
50
Abstract
  • Report of TGs, Mesh Networking Task Group, to the
    March 2009 (Vancouver, British Columbia) 802.11
    Closing Plenary.
  • TGs Motto Perfection is achieved not when there
    is nothing left to add but when there is nothing
    left to take away.

from slide 2 of 11-09/0365r0 by Donald Eastlake
3rd, Motorola
51
TGs Closing Plenary Report
  • TGs has achieved its goals for this meeting of
    (1) completing resolution of all comments on its
    Draft D2.0 from LB 126 and (2) voting to go to
    Letter Ballot again.
  • The current TGs comment resolution spread sheet
    is 11-08/493r43 and shows the resolution of all
    comments.
  • Sony Corporation has agreed to continue
    sponsorship of Kazuyuki Sakoda as TGs temporary
    Editor through the end of 2009.

from slide 3 of 11-09/0365r0 by Donald Eastlake
3rd, Motorola
52
TGs Closing Plenary Report
  • TGs requests a 15 day procedural Letter Ballot to
    approve going to Working Group Letter Ballot with
    Draft D3.0.
  • TGs requests Working Group approval for an ad hoc
    meeting Sunday, 10 May, in Montreal, Quebec, to
    work on comment resolution.
  • TGs is holding teleconferences some Wednesdays
    through the July Plenary at 1000 for up to 1 ½
    hours. Dates 6 May, 27 May, 10 June, 24 June, 8
    July

from slide 4 of 11-09/0365r0 by Donald Eastlake
3rd, Motorola
53
TGs Closing Plenary Report
  • An annotated agenda for TGs at this meeting is
    available in 11-09/205r13. The draft minutes will
    be posted shortly as 11-09/312r0.
  • Goal for the May 2009 TGs meeting in Montreal,
    Quebec
  • Start resolving new Letter Ballot comments.

from slide 5 of 11-09/0365r0 by Donald Eastlake
3rd, Motorola
54
End of Report
from slide 6 of 11-09/0365r0 by Donald Eastlake
3rd, Motorola
55
Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-13

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0366r0 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
56
Abstract
  • Closing report for TGu Interworking with
    External Networks for March 2009, Vancouver, BC,
    Canada

from slide 2 of 11-09/0366r0 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
57
  • Re-circulation Letter Ballot 142 progress
  • Resolved all comments this week
  • 10 submissions
  • Ask WG for a 15 day re-circulation letter ballot
  • Teleconferences
  • 15th April 2009 1hr 11 ET
  • 22nd April 2009 1hr 11 ET
  • 29th April 2009 2hr 11 ET
  • 6th May 2009 2hr 11 ET
  • Liaison
  • Reply to 3GPP CT1 regarding TGu elements for
    ANDSF (Access Network Discovery and Selection
    Function)
  • Plans for May 2009
  • LB comment resolutions

from slide 3 of 11-09/0366r0 by Stephen McCann,
RIM
58
March 2009 Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-12

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
59
Abstract
  • This document contains the TGv closing report for
    March 2009.

from slide 2 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
60
Goals and Accomplishments
  • Comment resolution from LB 140
  • Completed resolution of LB 140 comments
  • Letter Ballot
  • Acknowledgements
  • Thanks to David Goodall, for serving as secretary

from slide 3 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
61
Comment Processing Summary
Total 586
Technical 418
Editorial 168
Editor Done/To Do 306/280
Comment resolutions adopted to date 586
Comments remaining 0
from slide 4 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
62
Documents for 08/1467 comment resolution
Category Volunteers Document
Annex S. McCann 09-0014
Collocated Interference Jari Jokela, Jing Zhu 09-0021
Diagnostics D. Stanley 09-0036
Event Joe Kwak 09-0194
FMS A. Thomson 09-0049
General D. Stanley 09-0009, 0019
Multicast Diagnostics Alex Ashley 09-0082, 0135
Location/Timing A. Thomson/Ganesh 09-0048, 0133
Proxy ARP D. Stanley 09-0028
Roaming Management Emily Qi 09-0116
SleepMode Emily Qi 09-0117
STA Statistics Y. Seok, G. Venkatsan 09-0109, 0131
TFS Emily Qi 09-0006
TIM Broadcast M. Wentink 09-0164
Traffic Generation Moo-Ryong Jeong 09-0169
Virtual AP Qi Wang 09-0069
TCLAS G. Venkatsan 09-0008
Channel Usage E. Qi 09-0005
Directed Multicast E. Qi 09-0007
Resolutions CID remaining
1/13, 1/6 5 0
1/13, LA 16 0
LA 19 0
LA 51 0
LA 28 0
LA 42 0
LA 14 0
LA 55/72 0
LA 4 0
LA 13 0
LA 19 0
LA 8 0
1/6 6 0
LA 16 0
LA 13 0
LA 27 0
1/6 1 0
1/6 3 0
LA 20 0
from slide 5 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
63
Output Documents
  • 11-09-0399-00-000v-TGv-March-2009-closing-report.p
    pt
  • 11-09-0215-07-000v-March-2009-agenda.ppt
  • 11-09-0400-00-000v-March 2009 meeting notes

from slide 6 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
64
Motion
  • Having approved comment resolutions for all of
    the comments received from LB140 on TGv Draft
    4.0, instruct the editor to prepare Draft 5.0
    incorporating these resolutions and
  • Approve a 15 day Working Group Recirculation
    Ballot asking the question Should TGv Draft 5.0
    be forwarded to Sponsor Ballot?
  • Mover Allan Thomson
  • Seconder Qi Wang
  • Result 5-0-0

from slide 7 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
65
TGv Timeline Updated Sept, 2008
  • Initial Working Group Letter Ballot July 07
    completed
  • Jan 08 D2.0, May 08 D3.0
  • 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 June 09
  • Initial Sponsor Ballot Sept 09
  • Sept 09 D7.0
  • Approved Sponsor Ballot Nov 09
  • Nov 09 D8.0, Jan 09 - D9.0, Feb D10.0, March
    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 8 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
66
Goals for May 2009
  • Comment resolution
  • Recirculation Letter Ballot

from slide 9 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
67
References
from slide 10 of 11-09/0399r0 by Dorothy Stanley
(Aruba Networks)
68
IEEE 802.11 TGw March Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-11

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0406r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
69
Abstract
  • This presentation contains the closing report
    for the March 2009 meeting of IEEE 802.11 TGw

from slide 2 of 11-09/0406r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
70
March Meeting Objectives
  • March Meeting Objectives
  • Schedule Teleconferences
  • Discuss Public Action frames issue

from slide 3 of 11-09/0406r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
71
Accomplishments
  • Voted to rescind decision to initiate a Sponsor
    Ballot recirculation for P802.11w D8.0
  • The resolution adopted in D8 breaks P802.11n
    Coexistence Management
  • Due to conflicting requirements on Public Action
    frames from different task groups
  • Appear to reach a tentative consensus resolution
    of the Public Action Frame issue
  • 802.11w should create no problems for 802.11n for
    unicast Public Action frames, as protection is
    not required between two STAs for which a
    security association does not exist. Resolution
    clarify the P802.11w draft.
  • It is the intent of TGw that broadcast
    unprotected Management frames with a wildcard
    BSSID will be received. Resolution clarify the
    P802.11w draft.
  • The rules for setting the BSSID field of the
    Public Action frame may require work in TGn. For
    example, setting it to the transmitters BSSID
    probably doesnt work. The rules for receiving
    and filtering Public Action frames based on the
    BSSID field need to be clarified. Resolution TGn
    to clarify the P802.11n draft

from slide 4 of 11-09/0406r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
72
Submissions
  • 11-09/386r1 Open report and agenda
  • 11-09/388r0 Meeting Minutes (Peter Yee)
  • 11-09/406 Closing Report

from slide 5 of 11-09/0406r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
73
Teleconferences
  • For 1 hour, on Wednesdays at 1200 ET, through 1
    week past the IEEE 802.11 May 2009 Interim
    Meeting except for
  • March 23

from slide 6 of 11-09/0406r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
74
Motion
  • Motion Move that the recirculation of P802.11w
    D8.0 be rescinded
  • Mover Allan Thomson
  • Seconder Stephen McCann
  • Result 9-1-0, motion passes

from slide 7 of 11-09/0406r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
75
May Meeting Planning
  • Objectives
  • Comment Resolution for Recirculation Sponsor
    Ballot
  • Conference Call(s)

from slide 8 of 11-09/0406r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
76
TGz Vancouver Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-13

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0415r0 by Menzo Wentink
(Qualcomm)
77
TGz Accomplishments
  • TGz generated proposed resolutions for 68 of the
    LB143 comments
  • The resolutions are in 11-09-0313-01-000z
  • 51 comments left (41 technical)
  • Special thanks to Yongho Seok for filling in as
    the secretary this week!

from slide 2 of 11-09/0415r0 by Menzo Wentink
(Qualcomm)
78
TGz Goals for Montreal
  • The goal for Montreal is to continue to work on
    LB143 comment resolution

from slide 3 of 11-09/0415r0 by Menzo Wentink
(Qualcomm)
79
802.11aa Robust Audio Video Transport Streaming
Vancouver, British Columbia Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-12

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
80
Abstract
  • This submission summarizes TGaa the activities
    of TGaa in the IEEE 802.11 Vancouver Session
    (March 2009).

Slide 80
from slide 2 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
81
Recognition
Alex Ashley for volunteering to be TGaa
secretary for the entire week.
from slide 3 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
82
Snapshot
  • Since the Los Angeles session
  • 2 Teleconferences focused on (a) OBSS and (b)
    Reliable Multicast.
  • Goals for the Vancouver Session
  • OBSS
  • Adopt formal definition of OBSS for TGaa
  • Listen, review and adopt OBSS solution into the
    TGaa draft
  • Listen, review, down select and adopt Reliable
    Multicast mechanism(s) into TGaa draft
  • Jointly meet with 802.1AVB
  • Discuss 802.11 specific input to DMN
    specification
  • Discuss viability of the drop precedence idea

from slide 4 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
83
What we did this week?
  • OBSS
  • Listened to four presentations on OBSS in the
    context of TGaa
  • Started discussions on a strategy and plan for
    OBSS
  • Reliable Multicast
  • Reviewed the harmonized set of Reliable Multicast
    mechanism(s)
  • Listened to 2 additional proposals on reliable
    multicast
  • Adopted harmonized Reliable Multicast
    mechanism(s) into TGaa draft
  • Joint Meeting with 802.1AVB
  • How to accommodate SRP in 802.11?
  • Strategies for priority levels, precedence levels
    and drop precedence
  • Teleconference schedule
  • Minutes from the session are in document 09//371r0

from slide 5 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
84
Plans for the Montreal (May 2009) Session
  • In upcoming teleconferences
  • Layout a OBSS strategy and plan
  • MRG discussions
  • Additional mechanisms for Reliable Multicast
  • Address other topics from TGaa PAR
  • Plans for May 09 (Montreal) Meeting
  • Continue activities from teleconferences
  • Technical presentations on TGaa PAR topics
  • Review and improve TGaa draft

Slide 84
from slide 6 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
85
Teleconferences
  • Bi-weekly on Mondays between 1100-1230Hrs ET,
    starting March 23rd 2009 till July 27th, 2009.
  • Schedule will be announced in the TGaa reflector
    soon.

Slide 85
from slide 7 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
86
Background details
from slide 8 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
87
Technical Presentations
  • Distributed Channel Assignment 09/285r0 Andrew
    Myles
  • OBSS Analysis of Channel Requirements 08/1470r4
    Graham Smith
  • Overlapping BSS Proposal 09/230r0 Graham Smith
  • OBSS OSQAP QoS Issues 09/347r0 Graham Smith
  • Efficient Error Control Using Network Coding for
    Multicast Transmission 09/277r0 Kevin Rhee
  • Feedback-jamming Multicast ARQ 09/.290r0 Jochen
    Miroll
  • Quasi-reliable Multicast 09/247r0 Jochen Miroll
  • More Reliable GroupCast Proposal Present 09/340r0
    Hang Liu
  • Drop Precedence in wireless, wired-wireless
    networks 09/264r0 Alex Ashley
  • AVB DMN and 802.11 09/0403r0 Philippe Klein
  • Group addressed normative text 08/1244r2

Discussed at the joint meeting with 802.1AVB
Slide 87
from slide 9 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
88
What is OBSS?
  • OBSS Definitions
  • OBSS edge -- Any two APs operating in the same
    channel and can hear each other (either directly
    or via a STA associated to one of the APs)
  • OBSS Graph is a graph where APs are nodes of
    the graph and the edges are OBSS edges and every
    AP with in the OBSS graph can be connected via
    one or more OBSS APs to every other AP in the
    OBSS graph
  • Length(OBSS graph) longest shortest path
    between any two APs in the OBSS graph
  • Size(OBSS graph) number of nodes (APs) in the
    OBSS graph
  • Scope of TGaa OBSS Solution (proposed in Los
    Angeles session)
  • if length(OBSS graph) lt 2 and the size(OBSS
    graph) lt3 , enable the OBSS QAP solution
    otherwise (a) backoff to legacy (non .11aa) mode
    or (b) use a different solution

from slide 10 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
89
Issues with the scope of OBSS solution?
  • Length (OBSS graph) lt 2 is insufficient?
  • 2.4GHz band has only 3 channels and suffers in
    OBSS environment. It is not in the scope of TGaa
    OBSS solution
  • If the number of channels is gt 17, a length of
    greater than 2 is improbable
  • A length of 7 or 8 is common in dense deployments
    if the number of available channels is limited 9
    or 11. This condition could be mitigated by
    having the QAPs fall back from 40MHz to 20MHz
    channels. Should TGaa specify a mechanism for
    this?
  • Is a mechanism/solution that only addresses the
    scope as defined acceptable (despite the fact
    that consistent performance will not be met) as
    an incremental step over legacy?
  • If a length of 7 or 8 is accepted to be the scope
    of the solution, it is not any simpler than the
    general OBSS problem (which is considered
    NP-Hard)

from slide 11 of 11-09/0384r1 by Ganesh
Venkatesan, Intel Corporation
90
TGac March 2009 Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-12

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0409r0 by Osama
Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks
91
Abstract
  • This document is the closing report for the TGac
    for the March 2009 session

from slide 2 of 11-09/0409r0 by Osama
Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks
92
Submissions
  • 09/0305r0, TGac Status and Timeline Osama
    Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks
  • 09/0161r2, Usage Models, Rolf De Vegt, Qualcomm
  • 09/0059r3, Proposed Selection Procedure, Rolf
    De Vegt, Qualcomm
  • 09/0306, Proposal Regarding .11ac Evaluation
    approach, Rolf De Vegt, Qualcomm
  • 09/307r1, Evaluation of AoD and AoA for TGac
    Channel Models, Hemanth Sampath, Qualcomm
  • 09/364r0, Comments on AOA and AOD Selection for
    a Multi-User SDMA Network, JT Chen, Ralink
    Technology
  • 09/308r1, TGac Channel Model Addendum Document,
    Hemanth Sampath, Qualcomm
  • 09/309r1, TGac Channel Model Addendum Document
    Highlights, Hemanth Sampath, Qualcomm
  • 09/308r1, TGac Channel Model Addendum Document,
    Hemanth Sampath, Qualcomm
  • 09/345r0, Indoor Channel Measurements for TGac
    , Minho Cheong, ETRI
  • 09/343r0, W-PAN Structures Inside an OFDMA/SDMA
    W-LAN , JT Chen, Ralink Technology
  • 09/0303r0, Effect of SDMA in IEEE 802.11ac,
    Naoki Honma, Kentaro Nishimori, Riichi Kudo,
    Yasushi Takatori (NTT)
  • 09/0304r0, TGac Functional Requirements, Peter
    Loc, Ralink and Minho Cheong, ETRI
  • 09/0376, Proposal for TGac Evaluation
    Methodology, Minho Cheong and Peter Loc

from slide 3 of 11-09/0409r0 by Osama
Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks
93
Work Completed
  • Election of two Vice Chairs
  • Menzo Wentink (Qualcomm)
  • Joonsuk Kim (Broadcom)
  • Two TG motions passed
  • Accept 09-059r4 as the TGac baseline document for
    the selection procedure
  • Accept 09-0161r4 as the TGac baseline document
    for usage models
  • Channel Models
  • Number of contributions related to channel models
    were presented
  • More work is needed before the TG accept a
    channel model baseline document.
  • Work is to continue on conference calls
  • Functional Requirements
  • Agreed to include comparison criteria and
    simulation scenarios in the functional
    requirements document
  • Work is to continue on conference calls
  • Specification Framework
  • No relevant submissions.

from slide 4 of 11-09/0409r0 by Osama
Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks
94
March 2009 Goals
  • Functional Requirements
  • Continue the functional Requirement discussion
    with the aim to have a first draft available by
    March.
  • Channel Models
  • Continue the discussion on the channel models.
  • Converge the different views on the channel
    models.
  • Specification Framework
  • Initial view on the outline of the document
  • Selection Procedure
  • Continue to refine the selection procedure
    described as needed
  • Usage Models
  • Continue to refine usage models as needed.
  • Technical Submissions

from slide 5 of 11-09/0409r0 by Osama
Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks
95
Conference Call Times
  • Bi-Weekly, alternating with TGad
  • March 26
  • 1100 1300 ET
  • April 9
  • 2000 -2200 ET
  • April 23
  • 1100 1300 ET
  • May 7
  • 2000 2200 ET
  • Possible Topics
  • Channel Models
  • Functional Requirements

from slide 6 of 11-09/0409r0 by Osama
Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks
96
TGad March 2009 Closing Report
  • Date 2009-03-13

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0410r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
97
Abstract
  • This document is the closing report for the TGad
    for the March 2009 plenary session.

from slide 2 of 11-09/0410r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
98
Work Completed
  • Task Group document development
  • TGad Functional Requirements, 09/0228r1, Eldad
    Perahia
  • TGad Channel Model Requirements, 09/0323r0, Vinko
    Erceg
  • TGad Evaluation Methodology, 09/0296r1, Eldad
    Perahia
  • Channel Modeling
  • Deterministic Channel Modeling for 60 GHz WLAN,
    09/302r0, Martin Jacob
  • Channel Models for 60 GHz WLAN Systems, 09/336r0
    09/334r0, Alexander Maltsev
  • Joint 802.15.3c/TGad meeting
  • Common mode signaling (CMS) for intersystem
    coexistence enhancement, 09/0370r0, Shu Kato
  • IEEE 802.15.3c DEV sync frame transmission for
    adjacent piconet coexistence, 09/0372r1, Zhou
    Lan
  • Tg3c beamforming overview, 11-09/0355r1, Ismail
    Lakkis
  • Introduction of TG3c channel model and beyond,
    11-09/0375r1, Hirokazu Sawada
  • Review of TG3c Coexistence Assurance Document,
    James P. F. Gilb
  • 15-09/0022r8, CA document
  • 15-09/0184r1, response to 802.19 comments
  • 15-09/0078r1, changes to CA document
  • Technical submission
  • Implication of usage models on TGad network
    architecture, 09/0391r0, Carlos Cordeiro

from slide 3 of 11-09/0410r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
99
Goals for May
  • Continue working on task group documents
  • Motion initial draft of functional requirements
    evaluation methodology
  • Technical contributions
  • Joint meeting w/ 802.15.3c
  • TGad responses to March 802.15.3c presentations
  • (suggested activities from minutes of March
    15.3c/TGad joint meeting)

from slide 4 of 11-09/0410r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
100
Conference call times
  • Bi-weekly, alternate with TGac
  • April 2
  • 1100-1300 ET
  • Channel modeling
  • April 16 -
  • 2000-2200 ET
  • Channel modeling
  • April 30
  • 1100-1300 ET
  • Task group documents

from slide 5 of 11-09/0410r0 by Eldad Perahia,
Intel Corporation
101
JTC1 Ad Hoc January 2009 Closing Report
  • Date 2009-10-20

Authors
from slide 1 of 11-09/0405r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
102
Abstract
  • This presentation summarizes the March 2009
    meeting of the IEEE 802.11 JTC1 Ad Hoc.

from slide 2 of 11-09/0405r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
103
JTC1 March Meeting Goals
  • Meeting Objectives for Vancouver
  • Complete and ratify liaison letter 11-09/0168
    Response to Liaison Letter 6N13770 from ISO/IEC
    JTC1/SC6 WG1 to the IEEE 802 LMSC
  • Develop response to 11-09/207r0, 11-09/208r0, and
    11-09/209r0
  • Decide whether to progress 802.11-2007 to fast
    track

from slide 3 of 11-09/0405r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
104
Accomplishments and Decisions
  • Decided to follow advice from IEEE staff to defer
    progressing IEEE 802.11-2007 to ISO/IEC fast
    track ballot
  • IEEE staff and ISO negotiating issues with PSDO
  • Completed 11-09/0168 Response to Liaison Letter
    6N13770 from ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6 WG1 to the IEEE 802
    LMSC and requesting 802.11 WG to forward to EC
    for approval
  • Completed 11-09/0351r1, Response to liaison
    request to the IEEE 802 LMSC from ISO/IEC
    JTC1/SC6 WG1 to review documents 6N13774,
    6N13775, and 6N13776
  • Began forming WG position for the June 2009 SC6
    Meeting in Tokyo

from slide 4 of 11-09/0405r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
105
Documents
  • 11-09/0350r1 Agenda and Opening Report
  • 11-09/404r0 Meeting Minutes
  • 11-09/168r6 Liaison letter from P. Nikolich/EC
    responding to request from SC6
  • 11-09/351r1 Liaison letter from IEEE 802.11
    Task Group reiterating WG position of 11-08/1166

from slide 5 of 11-09/0405r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
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Motion
  • Motion Move to forward doc. 11-09/0168r6, the
    liaison letter Response to Liaison Letter
    6N13770 from ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6 WG1 to the IEEE 802
    LMSC, to the IEEE 802 LMSC Executive Committee
    for its approval
  • Mover Donald Eastlake III
  • Seconder Peter Yee
  • Result 4-0-0, motion passes

from slide 6 of 11-09/0405r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
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Motion
  • Motion Move to send doc. 11-09/0351r1, a liaison
    letter to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6 from the IEEE 802.11
    Working Group, Response to liaison request to
    the IEEE 802 LMSC from ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6 WG1 to
    review documents 6N13774, 6N13775, and 6N13776
  • Mover Peter Yee
  • Seconder Donald Eastlake III
  • Result 4-0-0, motion passes

from slide 7 of 11-09/0405r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
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May Meeting Planning
  • Objectives
  • Develop positions for June SC6 meeting

from slide 8 of 11-09/0405r0 by Jesse Walker,
Intel Corporation
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