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Submission doc.: IEEE 15-14-0462-00 Comment #1 from 802.19WG Comment: In Section 5.2.b two examples of spectrum resource measurements are given: PER and.

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1 Submission doc.: IEEE Comment #1 from WG Comment: In Section 5.2.b two examples of spectrum resource measurements are given: PER and delay. These seem to be more network performance metrics. Please explain the difference between spectrum resource measurements and network performance metrics. Response and Action: In an effort to provide a bit more clarity in the description, we propose that Section 5.2 in the PAR be modified as follows (action to be done by NesCom admin): This amendment to IEEE Std defines MAC related functions to enable spectrum resource management. It specifies spectrum resource measurements and network performance metrics, such as packet error ratio, delay, etc, information elements and data structures to capture these measurements, procedures for collecting and exchanging spectrum resource measurement information with higher layers or other devices. 1 July 2014 Shoichi Kitazawa, ATR

2 Submission doc.: IEEE Comment #2 from WG Comment: Will these spectrum resource measurements provide input to the coexistence model? Response: These spectrum resource measurements may be used by the Action: No change needed to the PAR or CSD 2 July 2014 Shoichi Kitazawa, ATR

3 Submission doc.: IEEE Comment from Comment: b) need a response: b) Proven similar technology via testing, modeling, simulation, etc. Response and Action: The following has been added to b) in the CSD: Same as a). Similar capabilities have already been deployed and demonstrated in many proprietary implementations. 3 July 2014 Shoichi Kitazawa, ATR

4 Submission doc.: IEEE Comment #1 from Comment: The CSD does not respond to the question 'Describe the plan for developing a definition of managed objects.', Response and Action: The below has been added to the CSD Intended plan for developing a definition of managed objects: Understand the common capabilities associated with spectrum resource and network performance metrics of all the PHYs currently defined in the IEEE plus completed amendments. Also identify and record specific unique capabilities as needed. Where necessary, understand how to express those capabilities in a common manner, for example, if latency is such a capability then determine if it is used in a consistent manner from PHY to PHY. If not, define a mechanism to normalize. Define a transport mechanism, like an IE. Reduce the above to a set defined managed objects. 4 July 2014 Shoichi Kitazawa, ATR

5 Submission doc.: IEEE Comment #2 from Comment: for Economic Feasibility the CSD simply states that existing 15.4 model is still valid, a pointer to that model at a minimum should be provided. Response: Reference to a 15.4 model has been removed. CSD has been modified as follows Economic Feasibility Each proposed IEEE 802 LMSC standard shall provide evidence of economic feasibility. Demonstrate, as far as can reasonably be estimated, the economic feasibility of the proposed project for its intended applications. Among the areas that may be addressed in the cost for performance analysis are the following: Balanced costs (infrastructure versus attached stations). Since there is no added hardware costs, the existing balance remains unchanged Known cost factors. Firmware change - no added hardware costs Consideration of installation costs. No change to installation costs Consideration of operational costs (e.g., energy consumption). No change to operational costs Other areas, as appropriate. None. 5 July 2014 Shoichi Kitazawa, ATR


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