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1 doc.: IEEE /1167r0 Submission November 2009 Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)Slide 1 TGac Ad Hoc Group Operation and Chair Selection Procedure Date: Authors:

2 doc.: IEEE /1167r0 Submission November 2009 Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)Slide 2 Abstract This submission summarizes the TGac Ad Hoc Groups’ operation and the procedure for selecting chairs as stated in r4.

3 doc.: IEEE /1167r0 Submission November 2009 Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)Slide 3 Ad Hoc Chair Selection The number of Ad Hoc groups and functional grouping per Ad Hoc group is subject to 50% (Simple Majority) Taskgroup approval. There shall not be more than 4 Ad Hoc groups. No more than 2 Ad Hoc groups shall meet simultaneously. Subject to Taskgroup approval, the Taskgroup Chair shall assign at least one Chair and may assign up to 3 Chairs per Ad Hoc group (2 or more Chairs with the same Affiliation is not allowed, Chairs are considered equals who rule by consensus among chairs. Primary responsibility of the Ad Hoc Chair(s) is to ensure progression of work in the Ad Hoc group

4 doc.: IEEE /1167r0 Submission November 2009 Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)Slide 4 Ad Hoc Groups’ Operation Ad Hoc Groups can establish their own decision-making rules as appropriate for the task (Decision by 2/3 majority of Ad Hoc group participants recommended) These Ad Hoc groups will create detailed specifications per Functional Block which are then brought to the Taskgroup for a vote to determine if they are to be included in the TGac draft specification In the case a consensus can not be reached within an Ad Hoc group (a stalemate that prohibits further progress), the subject will be brought up in front of the Taskgroup where 75% approval rate will be required. A vote of 50% in the Ad Hoc group shall be sufficient to move an issue to the Taskgroup. A vote of 50% in the Taskgroup shall be sufficient to move an issue previously assigned to an Ad Hoc group back to the adhoc group. To be accepted into the TGac Draft specification, proposals from Ad Hoc group require 75% Taskgroup approval. During Taskgroup face to face Plenary and Interim sessions, Chairs for each of the Functional Block Ad Hocs shall report on Progress and Content to the Entire Taskgroup.

5 doc.: IEEE /1167r0 Submission Ad Hoc Groups Motion passed in September 2009 to create 4 ad hoc groups: –PHY –MAC –Coexistence (includes OBSS and Multichannel) –MU-MIMO (includes DL/UL MIMO) After chair selection, each ad hoc group is planned to meet for one meeting (Wednesday AM1 and Thursday AM1) to set up its own procedure. Ad Hoc Groups are expected to deliver recommended updates to the Spec Framework document as a result of the technology evaluation discussions to be conducted, before they start creating detailed specifications per Functional Block November 2009 Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)Slide 5

6 doc.: IEEE /1167r0 Submission Ad Hoc Chair Selection Call for Chair nomination starts NOW Ad Hoc chair selection is scheduled for Tuesday AM2 November 2009 Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)Slide 6 Ad hoc x # of Candidates > 3 Confirm Chair Selection NO YES Vote for One candidate  vote = # of voting Members No Yes Eliminate Candidate with fewest Number of votes # of Candidates = 3 No Yes

7 doc.: IEEE /1167r0 Submission November 2009 Osama Aboul-Magd (Samsung)Slide 7 References IEEE /0059r4, “802.11ac proposed Selection Procedure”, March 2009.


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