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21-09-0046-00-00es IEEE 802.21 MEDIA INDEPENDENT HANDOVER DCN: 21-09-0046-00-00es Title: Response to 802.11 ES PAR and 5C Comments Date Submitted: March.

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1 es IEEE MEDIA INDEPENDENT HANDOVER DCN: es Title: Response to ES PAR and 5C Comments Date Submitted: March 11, 2009 Presented at IEEE session #31 in Vancoouver Authors or Source(s): G. Scott Henderson Abstract: This presentation is a point by point response to Comments on the Emergency Services PAR and 5C as presented in contribution /0356r0. These comments were prepared by the membership.

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3 es thanks for its comments on the Emergency Services draft PAR and 5 Criteria. Point by point responses to the inputs are on the following slide, and the modified PAR and 5C files resulting from all comments can be found on the document server as: es emergency- services-draft-PAR and es emergency-services-five-criteria.

4 es PAR and 5C Comments General comments: Emergency Services (E-911, PSAP, etc) are important services that may benefit from standardization. This needs to start soon, but we do not believe that is not the proper place. We suggest that a separate 802 WG be considered to allow the autonomy and focus necessary to create a standard in a timely manner. This WG would also need to ensure cooperation and coexistence with the other 802 WGs. This is an EC decision/action. The PAR should be broken up into 3 separate destinct PARS 1-- Client to Authority (E-911) 2 – Authority to client (emergency warning broadcast – Amber alert) 3 – Authority to Authority (network prioritization and control) The PAR and 5C have been ammended to cover only the first category, Citizen to Authority or emergency call


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