Presentation on theme: "July 2001 doc.: IEEE 802.15-01/365r1 July 2001 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [WPAN."— Presentation transcript:
1 July 2001doc.: IEEE /365r1July 2001Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)Submission Title: [WPAN Sponsor Ballot Request Presentation]Date Submitted: [12 July 2001]Source: [Tom Siep] Company [Bluetooth SIG, Inc.]Address [m/s 365, 1802 Pleasant Valley Drive, Suite 100, Garland, TX 75040]Voice:[ ], FAX: ,Re: [original document.]Abstract: [Presentation of Ballot Results for Letter Ballot Draft to SEC]Purpose: [SEC requested to approve forwarding D0.9.2 to Sponsor Ballot]Notice: This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein.Release: The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by PTom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.Tom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
2 IEEE P802.15.1 Wireless Personal Area Networks: Sponsor Ballot Request July 2001IEEE P Wireless Personal Area Networks: Sponsor Ballot RequestTom SiepBluetooth SIG, Inc.Tom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
3 IEEE P802.15.1 Status (Wireless Personal Area Networks) July 2001doc.: IEEE /365r1July 2001IEEE P Status (Wireless Personal Area Networks)The Draft from LB10 was put forward to the SEC for Sponsor Ballot, but was withdrawn due to issues raised by Bob O’Hara.The Draft for LB11was created by taking into account comments from Bob O’Hara, WG, and Bluetooth SIG.LB11 recirculated with previous “no vote” information (and WG response) for approval by the WG.Ballot Results:Approve: 57Do not approve 1Abstain 1Tom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.Tom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
4 Consideration of LB11 Comments (single dissenting voter) July 2001doc.: IEEE /365r1July 2001Consideration of LB11 Comments (single dissenting voter)The Ballot Resolution Committee considered all comments lodged against the draft48 were editorial and would not prevent the proper implementation of interoperable systems12 were technical but have been considered and declined beforeAll declines were re-considered and previous decisions were confirmedThere were no new never-before-seen technical commentsNo changes made to Draft from LB11 based on this ballotTom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.Tom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
5 SEC Motion: Forward Draft 802.15.1 D0.9.2 to sponsor ballot For: July 2001WG MOTION: The Working Group instructs the Chair of to submit Draft D0.9.2 to the SEC for review to forward the Draft to Sponsor Ballot.Moved: Tom SiepSecond: Michael CampVote:For:26Against:3Abstain: 7PASSEDNOTE: All comments from LB10 that were declined and not withdrawn will be forwarded with the draft in document r4aP802-15_WG-LB11-Comment-Form.pdfSEC Motion: Forward Draft D0.9.2 to sponsor ballotFor:AgainstAbstain:Tom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
6 Impact on the Bluetooth Specification July 2001Impact on the Bluetooth SpecificationThe Bluetooth SIG is very pleased with the work has performedOver 300 individual changes were made to the original Bluetooth Specification as a result of inputsThe IEEE review process has initiated changes in the way the Bluetooth SIG creates its new specifications.Tom Siep, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.