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Copyright © 2008 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved SDR Forum Document Development Process
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved What is covered in this presentation… Project Initiation Document Development Project Tracking Voting Rights
Copyright © 2008 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Project Initiation SDR Forum Policy 002
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved “Projects” in the SDR Forum are Initiated through the Project Approval Committee Regulatory Committee Reports & Recommendations Reports, Specifications & Recommendations 3 rd Party Specifications & Standards Member Project Requests Technical Committee Partner Project Requests Project Requests, Business Models, Requirements & Use Cases Project Approval Committee Projects Partner Project Requests Reports & Recommendations Market Data Regulatory Proceedings Markets Committee
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved What is a “Project” A project is defined in the SDRF Strategic Plan (see Section 2) as “an activity within a committee that develops an SDR Forum Report, an SDR Forum Recommendation or an SDR Forum Specification.” A proposal must be submitted to the PAC and approved: when a new project is initiated, or when an existing project’s scope or milestone dates change sufficiently that the approved project description becomes inaccurate. A project that does not gain PAC approval, or that loses approval due to failure to meet conditions established by the PAC, will not be supported by SDRF resources (meeting rooms, reflectors, publicity, staff time, etc.) and is not eligible for committee-level or forum-level ballot.
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Key players in the project approval process Project Champion – Representative of a member organization who wishes to initiate a project PAC Representative – Person on the PAC assigned to help the Project Champion in preparing the proposal and gaining approval
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved The PAC Process Occurs in 4 Stages Proposal introduction Champion contacts the PAC with project title and states intent to propose project. PAC assigns a disposition date for the proposal. PAC assigns a representative to the proposal. Proposal preparation Champion prepares the proposal with the help of the PAC representative. All persons listed as committed contributors in the proposal must approve it before submission. The proposal is due to the PAC chair 2 weeks before the disposition date. Proposal Consideration Proposal Disposition
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved What is Considered in Evaluating a Proposal Is the proposal well defined What is the expected impact of the proposed project What is the probability of success What will be the impact of this project on other projects within the Forum Is there evidence of committed participation by Forum members Is the project relevant to the SDR Forum Strategic Plan
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Proposal Distribution PAC discusses and votes for one of the following options. Approval Approval contingent on specified conditions Request for modification and resubmission Disapproval Two types of conditions may be attached to a contingent approval: 1.Initiation conditions – conditions that must be met before the project can be initiated. 2.Execution conditions – conditions that must be met during execution of the project.
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved More Information The PAC procedures policy can be found at: ACprocedures pdf For additional discussion, Contact John Chapin, Chair of the SDR Forum Project Approval Committee, or Lee Pucker, CEO of the SDR Forum
Copyright © 2008 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Document Development Process SDR Forum Policy 001
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved The Document Process Occurs in 3 stages Work Group Develops Proposed Document (Minimum time 3 Weeks) Committee Balloting And Approval (Minimum Time 4 Weeks) SDR Forum Balloting And Approval (Minimum Time 24 Hours) Document Contributions Document returned work group with comments Key Point – the term “Work Group here refers to any individual or group developing a document for SDR Forum approval Work Group, Task Group, SIG, etc.
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Task Group Develops Document Work Group Chair Initiates Ballot Work Group Chair Reviews Comments Document Contributions Ballot Successful? Last Call and Balloting (3 Weeks) If No, Document is returned to task group with comments Document Sent to Committee “Work Group” Develops Proposed Document
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved SDR Forum Document Types Specifications (S) Documents designed to provide an SDRF-supported definition of a specific architectural element or interface within a software defined radio system. Specifications represent voluntary standards with respect to an SDR application or operation. Reports (P) Formally present the current state of some relevant topic with the Software Defined Radio community (regulations, markets, business, etc.) Recommendations (R) Documents provided by the Forum to other organizations, such as the FCC or the JPEO, to provide guidelines or opinions. Information (I) Documents that act as inputs to the Forum from member companies or other organizations, and may include reports, articles, specifications, etc. that are considered important to the SDR Forum and its members. Historical (H) Documents that have lost their value to the SDR Forum. They are documents that were previously determined to be Specification, Reports, or Information documents.
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Solicited Submissions The process supports 3 types of submission solicitations Request for Market Information (RMI) Request for Information (RFI) Request for Proposal (RFP) A Key point – RMI, RFI, and RFP’s of this type do not require full SDR Forum approval But they do require committee approval
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Control Points in the Work Group Development Stage Control Point 1 Submission is made by the Document Champion Sponsoring “Work Group” evaluates the Submission Submission is accepted as input in support of an approved project Committee Chair is notified in writing Control Point 2 Project is initiated by the Sponsor Chair Policies and Procedures are Established Document is “Registered” with Publications Manager Document number “V0.2.0” assigned (used for new document) Control Point 3 Development work complete, document is stable Voted for promotion by the “work group” sponsoring development Document number “0.3.0” assigned Control Point 4 Three weeks elapsed since Last Call “Work Group” Chair initiates ballot Successful ballot at “work group” level Document number “0.4.0” assigned Document Configuration Management transferred to the Publications Manager
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Rights and Privileges at the Group Level Representative of SDR Forum Member Organizations Non-Members Can hold leadership position YesNo Can participate in meetings and discussions YesYes, if invited by the group chair Can make input contributions YesNo Can voteYes, if meets eligibility requirements set by the chair No
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Coordination with Committee’s Chairs Committee Chair Initiates Ballot Committee Chair Reviews Comments Proposed Document submitted to Committee Chair Ballot Successful? Balloting (4 Weeks) If No, Document is returned to work group with comments Document Sent to SDR Forum Chair Committee Balloting and Approval Document Accepted? Review by Committee Chair
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Control Points in the Committee Balloting Stage Control Point 5 Accepted by Committee Chair Document number “0.5.0” assigned Control Point 6 Committee Balloting complete Document number “0.6.0” assigned (may not have 0’s if not a new document) Forum Chair notified that the document is ready for Plenary Ballot
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Forum Chair Reviews Comments Forum Chair Initiates Ballot Plenary Presentation Document Received by Forum Chair Ballot Successful? Balloting is Eligible Members Only, 1 Vote per Company Appeals go to the board of directors, who can advance the document to an approved state, reject the document, or return it to any control point within the process Document is Promoted to Approved SDR Forum Balloting and Approval Appeal??
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Control Points in the SDR Forum Balloting Stage Control Point 7 Plenary Presentation made 24 hours since Last Call Successful Plenary ballot Document number “1” assigned
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Plenary Approval Requires a “Quorum” Section 5.6 of the bylaws states: One-third (1/3) of the voting power of all members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at any meeting of members.
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Fast Track Process Allows Quick Turn Around on Time Critical Recommendations Committee Balloting And Approval (Minimum time unspecified) SDR Forum Board of Directors Balloting And Approval (Minimum time unspecified) Document Contributions Document returned to committee with comments
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Document Numbers Document numbers will be in the following format: SDRF-YY-C- NNNN-V.J.K.L SDRF - The letters SDRF, a designator that this is an SDRF document number. YY - Last two digits of the year of submission. C - Document Category Identifier I Input/Information documents R Recommendations H Historical documents P Reports S Specifications NNNN – Document serial number, a unique number for each year assigned by the Publications Manager V.J.K.L - The Version number. V = the letter V J = 0 until the document is first released (passes control point 7); after that, it is incremented each time is has been revised and that revision has been approved for release. K = the control point the document has passed L= incremented for each new draft at the current control point J, K, and L are separated by a decimal point (aka period). Each J, K, and L may be single or double digits.
Copyright © 2009 Software Defined Radio Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved Where to find out more The document process can be found at: umentProcess.asp For more information, please see Lee Pucker or Al Margulies
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