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IEEE 802.11 Regulatory SC DSRC Coexistence Tiger Team DRAFT Teleconference Plan and Agenda


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Title: IEEE 802.11 Regulatory SC DSRC Coexistence Tiger Team DRAFT Teleconference Plan and Agenda

IEEE 802.11 Regulatory SCDSRC Coexistence Tiger
TeamDRAFT Teleconference Plan and Agenda
  • Date 2013-09-06

  • This presentation is the plan for the September
    6th, 2013 IEEE 802.11 (Regulatory Standing
    Committee) DSRC Coexistence Tiger Team

  • Recording secretary volunteer
  • Administrative
  • 2.1 Approve agenda
  • 2.2 Review IEEE Guidelines
  • 2.3 Approval of minutes from last weeks call
  • Minutes from August 30th call will be document
    number 11/1013. We will ask for approval if
    uploaded in time for the group to review.
  • 2.4 Background
  • 2.5 Work to Date
  • Old business
  • 3.1 Timeline
  • 3.2 Continued discussion of submission 11/994
    (Peter Ecclesine, Cisco Systems)
  • New business
  • Nanjing IEEE 802.11 meeting
  • Adjourn

Administrative Items
  • Required notices
  • Affiliation FAQ - http//
  • Anti-Trust FAQ - http//
  • Ethics - http//
  • IEEE 802.11 Working Group Policies and Procedures
    - https//
  • Chair and Secretary
  • Chair of this tiger team is Jim Lansford (CSR)
  • Asking for volunteers for a Recording Secretary
  • Please send an email to the addresses below to
    have your attendance recorded

Other Guidelines for IEEE WG Meetings
  • All IEEE-SA standards meetings shall be conducted
    in compliance with all applicable laws, including
    antitrust and competition laws.
  • Dont discuss the interpretation, validity, or
    essentiality of patents/patent claims.
  • Dont discuss specific license rates, terms, or
  • Relative costs, including licensing costs of
    essential patent claims, of different technical
    approaches may be discussed in standards
    development meetings.
  • Technical considerations remain primary focus
  • Dont discuss or engage in the fixing of product
    prices, allocation of customers, or division of
    sales markets.
  • Dont discuss the status or substance of ongoing
    or threatened litigation.
  • Dont be silent if inappropriate topics are
    discussed do formally object.
  • --------------------------------------------------
  • See IEEE-SA Standards Board Operations Manual,
    clause 5.3.10 and Promoting Competition and
    Innovation What You Need to Know about the IEEE
    Standards Association's Antitrust and Competition
    Policy for more details.

SC Operating Rules Tiger Team
  • Anybody can vote, present, and make motions
  • This is a tiger team it is an ad hoc meeting of
    the 802.11 Regulatory Standing Committee
  • Any documents that are generated by this group
    that are intended for distribution outside of
    IEEE 802.11 (e.g., 802.18) must be approved with
    a 75 majority by the larger 802.11 Regulatory SC
  • Voting on documents must occur at an interim or
    plenary meeting
  • Only 802.11 voters may vote on documents to be
    approved for forwarding to other IEEE 802 working
  • Any submissions to this group must be posted to
    the IEEE document server (Mentor)
  • Anyone can view IEEE 802.11 emails and download
    documents from Mentor
  • 802.11 REG SC emails http//
  • Mentor documents for download https//
  • Select REG SC under groups to view only
    Regulatory Standing Committee documents

  • FCC allocated 75MHz of spectrum in the 5.9GHz
    band (5850-5925MHz) for Dedicated Short Range
    Communications (DSRC) in October 1999
  • In FCC NPRM 13-22 (13-49), the FCC proposed
    sharing the DSRC band, which would be UNII-4
  • DSRC would remain as a primary user of the band
  • 802.11ac could be modified to operate in this new
    UNII-4 band if approved by the FCC
  • FCC did not specify the framework or etiquette by
    which band sharing would occur

Work to date
  • Objectives of the group
  •    gt We agreed that we would work toward a
    document that would describe and possibly
    quantify possible coexistence mechanisms between
    DSRC and extensions of the 802.11 base standard
    into the proposed UNII-4 band, if the FCC allows
    such band sharing in a future RO.
  • gt An initial report would be targeted to submit
    to the FCC by the end of 2013. If there is not
    sufficient time to include comprehensive measured
    results from prototype systems, a phase 2 report
    would include these field trials.
  • Possible work items (This will turn into the
    outline for the phase 1 report)
  •    gt Review of ITS/DSRC field trials
  •    gt Review of work to date on coexistence
  •    gt Modeling/simulation of possible coexistence
  •    gt Testing and presentation of results from
    proposed prototype approaches
  • Final report
  • gt Phase 1 First 3 work items and as much
    prototype testing results as possible
  • gt Phase 2 Detailed field tests, evaluation of
    results, and recommendations

Old Business
  • Milestones Phase 1 (need to review today)
  • Need to put forward a proposed outline for Phase
    1 report 13 Sep
  • Call for submissions to address sections of the
    outline after 13 Sep
  • Review submissions 27 Sep 21-Oct
  • Pull sections together into a first draft 21 Oct
    11 Nov
  • Comment resolution 11 Nov 5 Dec (incl F2F at
    802.11 plenary in Dallas)
  • Approval by 802.11 REG SC 5 Dec
  • Approval by 802.18 9 Dec
  • Final approval by EC 16 Dec
  • Transmittal to FCC 20 Dec
  • Pick up work on Phase 2 in January 2014
  • Presentation posted by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco
    Systems) continued from 8/30
  • https//

New Business
  • Do we have a call or meeting during IEEE 802.11
    meeting in Nanjing?
  • Any other items?

  • FCC NPRM 13-22 (changes to 5GHz band rules,
    including proposed UNII-4 band)
  • FCC 13-22 Comments
  • https//
  • FCC 13-22 Reply Comment framework document
  • https//
  • FCC 13-22 Comments survey
  • https//
  • FCC 13-22 Reply Comments
  • https//

References (2/2)
  • IEEE 802.11 submissions on DSRC (since 802.11p
    was ratified)
  • https//
  • https//
  • https//
  • https//
  • DSRC Summary
  • http//