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doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson IEEE 802.11 TGg Chairs Status Update Matthew B. Shoemake IEEE 802.11 Task Group G Chairperson email@example.com
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson 802.11 WG and TGg Growth Voter turnout has increased dramatically since March 2000 when work on extension of 802.11b was first discussed. Due to this, more detail is provided herein to explain the history and roll of the Task Group. Due to large number of attendees, meetings need more formality to remain efficient
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson Objective of a Study Group From the LMSC Operating Rules: –The Study Group shall have a defined task with specific output and a specific time frame established within which they are allowed to study the subject. It is expected that the work effort to develop a PAR will originate in a ECSG or WGSG. A Study Group shall report its recommendations, shall have a limited lifetime, and is chartered meeting-to- meeting. After the Study Group recommendation(s) has been accepted by the parent body, the Study Group will be disbanded no later than the end of the next Plenary Session.
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson Objective of an 802 Task Group From Overview and Guide to 802 LMSC –Each project approved within an existing group is assigned a letter, for example 802.1D for MAC Bridges in the High Level Interface WG. A Study Group (SG) is formed when a new area is first investigated for standardization. The SG can be within an existing WG or TAG, or it can be independent of the WGs. A new project in an existing group is developed by a Task Force [Group], while a new independent project creates a new WG.
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson Objectives of an 802 Task Group (2) From 802.11 WG Operating Rules –The function of the Task Group is to produce a draft standard, recommended practice, guideline, supplement, or portion of a draft standard to the WG. These shall be within the scope of the P802 LMSC, the charter of the WG and under an approved PAR as established by the P802 LMSC EC and approved by the IEEE Standards Board. After the publication by the IEEE of the standard, recommended practice or guideline, the function of the TG is complete and its charter expires (see section 3.5).
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson History – HRb SG, March 2000 Session IEEE 802.11 Working Group passed motion to form Study Group to investigate extension to 802.11b Excerpts from document 00-057-r1: –Motion: 00/61P27 (198) To authorize an IEEE 802.11 Study Group to investigate technical extensions that are interoperable with 802.11b and that can lead to higher than 20Mbps data rates and other performance improvements to the existing 802.11b standard. The group shall present any candidate PARs to 802.11 in time for those PARs that are approved to appear on the November 00 SEC agenda. –Moved: John Faketselis Second: Chris Heegard Motion Passes 30/0/0 –Motion: 00/61P28 (199) To give the assembly at the May 2000 conference authorization to pre-submit the PAR(s) of the just established Study Group (SG2.4GHz) to the July SEC meeting. –Moved: Denis Kuwahara Second: John Kowalski Motion Passes 28/0/0 –Matthew Shoemake was nominated as Chair of Study Group (SG-2.4GHz). No other nominations. Approved by acclamation.
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson History – HRb SG, May 2000 Session Excerpts document 00-116-r1, 802.11 WG Minutes: –Wednesday 802.11 High Rate B Study Group Report – Matthew Shoemake 18.104.22.168. First meeting this week 22.214.171.124. Nine papers presented 126.96.36.199. Work has been done on writing Draft PAR and Five Criteria. 188.8.131.52. Remaining issues on interoperability and coexistence. 184.108.40.206. Potential for acceptance of PAR and Five Criteria this week. –Friday 220.127.116.11. Move to accept the PAR and Five Criteria, documents 00/114r2 and 00/115r3 respectively, and forward the PAR and 5 Criteria to the IEEE 802 Executive Committee for approval. 18.104.22.168.2. Moved Matthew Shoemake/Carl Andren 22.214.171.124.5. Vote: Motion Passes 14:0:1 126.96.36.199. Move to empower the HRb SG to continue work through the period of the July Plenary. 188.8.131.52.2. Moved Peter Eccelsine/Harry Worstell 184.108.40.206.5. Vote: Motion Passes 17:0:0
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson History – TGg, July 2000 Session From document 00-246 –On Wednesday July 12 th –3.2 Discussion of Key Group Requirements of Selection Process (Doc. 209) –3.2.2 Mark Webster would like to have the ability to merge two proposals. Document will be rewritten to address the possibility of having two proposals merging. –3.2.3 No vote was taken. Requirements of Selection Process will be put up for vote with TGg. From document 00-246 –On Thursday July 13 th –4.2.2 Selection Process i. No issues with document. Will be submitted to server as (Doc. 209r1)
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson History – July, August & September 2000 July, August and September Conference Calls –Held a series of four conference calls to work on Functional Requirements and Comparison Criteria September 2000 Session –Officially become Task Group G as our PAR is approved –Adopted an official Selection Procedure 00/209r3 –Adopted official Functional Requirements 00/210 –Adopted official Comparison Criterion 00/211
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson History – November & January 2001 November 2000 Session –At the November 2000 session one of the four submitted proposals was eliminated under the low hurdle round of the Selection Procedure, namely the DQPSK proposal –There were three proposals remaining at that time. January 2001 Session –Discussions with FCC –Presentation of documents –No votes taken on proposals
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson History – March & May 2001 March 2001 Session –At the March 2000 Session one of three remaining proposals was eliminated, namely the MBCK proposal (Results in Doc. 11- 01-108r0.) May 2001 Session –At may meeting an additional round of voting was conducted under Selection Procedure Step 19. In this round of voting, CCK-OFDM received 58% and PBCC received 42%, thereby eliminating PBCC under Step 19. –Second vote was schedule to vote on CCK-OFDM under Step 19. –Technical selection procedure interpretation was called into question resulting in no vote being taken. –After some debate, the session was adjourned before the end of its scheduled time allocation. –WG passed a resolution directing TGg to hold fair and open debate on the meaning of Selection Procedure Step 19
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson IEEE 802.11g Objectives July 2001 Session Conduct fair debate on the interpretation of Selection Procedure (00/209r3) Step 19 Complete the Selection Procedure Enable the first draft of 802.11g by reaching a consensus of at least 75% Select an official Task Group G editor
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson Strategy to Meet Objectives Monday –Set agenda Tuesday –Open discussion of procedure followed by possibility of bringing motions Wednesday –Additional round of voting Thursday –Select Editor –Unfinished business
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson Announcements No logos or copyrighted information on submissions Please turn off mobile phones (or put them on vibrate mode) while in the meeting Use the standard MS Word and Powerpoint templates for official submissions Obtain document numbers from Harry Worstell, the 802.11 Secretary
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson Announcements (2) There is an 802.11b-based wireless LAN set up for use by members The SSID for the WLAN is IEEE There is a DHCP server on the network The network is connected to the internet via a T1 line All IEEE 802.11g documents may be downloaded from the server, venus. Documents may be submitted on venus by placing them in the directory To_Doc_Keeper The server venus may be access via MS Networking or via HTTP
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson Decorum in Meeting Only one member will have the floor at a time That member will come forward and use the microphone When the member is finished, the member should again assume his or her seat as the floor passes back to the chair Members should be in their seats at all times unless they are assuming the floor or are directly exiting or entering the room Members speaking from their seats may be called out of order
doc.: IEEE 802.11-01/432 Submission July 2000 Matthew B. Shoemake, TGg Chairperson Decorum in Meeting (2) Members repeatedly called out of order may be asked to leave the room People should act in a civil fashion and members shall not address other members directly Repeatedly making spurious Points of Order, Points of Information and the like may results in the chair not recognizing the member Chair calls upon the best nature of the members in working together for the public good to meet the objective of Task Group G