Presentation on theme: "Jul 12, 2010 07/12/10 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: TG3f Closing Report for July 2017."— Presentation transcript:
1 Jul 12, 201007/12/10Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)Submission Title: TG3f Closing Report for July 2017Date Submitted: July 207Source: Benjamin A. Rolfe, Blind Creek AssociatesContact:Voice: ,Re: TG3f Task Group meetingsAbstract: Opening report for TG3fPurpose: Report to Working Group what the TG got done.Notice: This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein.Release: The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by PSlide 1Slide 1Page 1
2 This amendment defines a PHY layer enabling the use of the MHz band in India. The supported data rate should be at least 40 kbits per second and the typical Line of Sight (LOS) range should be on the order of 5 km using omni directional antennae. Included are any channel access and/or timing changes in the MAC necessary to support this PHY layer.Jul 12, 201007/12/10TG3f PAR Scope5.2.b. Scope of the project: Extend the RF channelization of the millimeter wave PHY to allow for use of the spectrum up to 71 GHz.----- Meeting Notes (17/01/ :38) -----Replace 1st paragraph with context for TVWSSlide 2Slide 2Page 2
3 TG3f Officers Chair: Benjamin A. Rolfe, Blind Creek Associates 07/12/1007/12/10TG3f OfficersChair: Benjamin A. Rolfe, Blind Creek AssociatesEditor: Benjamin Rolfe (Blind Creek Associates)Acting Secretary: Benjamin Rolfe (Blind Creek Associates)Slide 3Slide 3Page 3
4 Meeting Goals Task Group overhead Review WG letter ballot results 07/12/10Jul 12, 2010Meeting GoalsTask Group overheadReview WG letter ballot resultsResolve letter ballot commentsNext stepsSlide 4Slide 4Page 4
6 Comment ResolutionCID #1: Missing comma. Resolution: Following discussion, the group decided the sentence with the missing comma is inaccurate and unnecessary, so delete the sentence (solves both problems). Agreed with no objections
7 Comment ResolutionCID #2: Title of Table Resolution: The table maps both ways, so change the title to indicate this symmetry: “Mapping between HRP/LRP channel index and CHNL_ID” Agreed with no objections.
8 Approve Comment Resolutions Task Group Motion: Move that the comment resolutions captured in are approved and chair is directed to initiate sponsor ballot. Moved by: Clint Powell Second: James Gilb Approved by unanimous consent.
9 Working Group MotionMotion: has reviewed and approves the CSD doc # and requests conditional approval from the EC to submit P f_D01 or latest version to Sponsor Ballot. Moved by: Benjamin Rolfe Second by: Rick Alfvin Yes/No/Abstain:
10 WG BRC MotionMove that WG approve the formation of a Ballot Resolution Committee (BRC) for the Sponsor Balloting of the P f_D01 with the following membership: Benjamin Rolfe (Chair), James Gilb, Rick Alfvin, Clint Powell. The f BRC is authorized to approve comment resolutions and to approve the start of recirculation ballots of the revised draft on behalf of the WG. Comment resolution on recirculation ballots between sessions will be conducted via reflector and via teleconferences announced to the reflector as per the LMSC 802 WG P&P. Moved by: Benjamin Rolfe Second by: James Gilb Yes/No/Abstain:
11 BRC Call Schedule1st BRC call: Wed 26 July 10am PDT 2nd BRC call (if needed): Aug 7th 10am PDT
12 Next StepsInitiate Sponsor Ballot: Form ballot pool MEC review Draft Preparation Document package EC Approval Goal: Complete initial sponsor ballot and comment resolution by September. Recirculation(s) as needed Complete balloting and EC approval in NovemberPhil Beecher, Wi-SUN Alliance