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doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0092r1 Submission January 2005 Jim Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 1 NOTE: Update all red fields replacing with your information; they are required. This is a manual update in appropriate fields. All Blue fields are informational and are to be deleted. Black stays. After updating delete this box/paragraph. Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: 11N Liaison & Channel Bonding Report. Date Submitted: 21 January 2005 Source: James D. Allen, Appairent Technologies. Address: 150 Lucius Gordon Drive, Rochester, NY, 14586 Voice:585-214-2465, FAX: 585-214-2461, E-Mail: allen at appairent.com Re:  Abstract:Liaison Report Purpose:For the purpose of informing the body. Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. 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 P802.15.
doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0092r1 Submission January 2005 Jim Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 2 11N Liaison and 40 MHz Channel Bonding Report January 21, 2005 Monterey, CA
doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0092r1 Submission January 2005 Jim Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 3 Bonding Report Presented document: 11-05-0075-00-000n-Coexistence Issues.ppt., Thursday at 8 am at the 802.19/801.11n joint coexistence meeting. A.11n member clarified that “MANDITORY 40 MHz” refers to it’s status in the Draft, not that it was mandatory to always operate at 40 MHz. Generally agreed that the issue is Coexistence and not just 40 MHz and not just 802.15. Work will continue as the proposals are clarified.
doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0092r1 Submission January 2005 Jim Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 4 Attribution These next slides are taken for the.11n Chair’s closing report, document 11-05- 0082-00-000n
doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0092r1 Submission January 2005 Jim Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 5 Technical/Comparison Presentations Non-proposal authors 1.05-1627, Field Measurements of 2x2 MIMO Communications, Babak Daneshrad 2.05-1625, TGn Consensus Proposal, Tim Wakeley 3.05-1644, Service Provider Requirements, Brian Ford 4.05-0020, Required Feature set for Closed Loop Beam Forming, Aryan Saed
doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0092r1 Submission January 2005 Jim Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 6 Technical/Comparison Presentations by Monday 1.05-1630-00 - Closed vs Open Loop Comparisons, John Ketchum 2.04-1579-01 – ACI Results, Dave Hedberg Tuesday 3.05-1634-00 - Comparison of Value of proposed MAC features, Adrian Stephens 4.05-006-01 – Backward Compatibility of CDD Preambles, - Tsuguhide Aoki 5.05-1581-01 – Preamble Power Variations, Dave Hedberg 6.05-1616-01 – WWiSE Pilot Performance, Allert van Zelst 7.05-1636-01 – Impact of Fewer Pilot Tones on.11n Phy Perf, Won-Joon Choi 8.05-1590-00 – STS Compatibility with Legacy 802.11g devices, Chris Hansen Wednesday 9.05-1635-01 – Preambles and MIMO Beam Forming, John Sadowsky 10.05-1645-02 – Preambles, Beam Forming for WWiSE, Chris Hansen
doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0092r1 Submission January 2005 Jim Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 7 Ballot Results Consider # Consider % Proposal MITMOT Proposal TGnSync Proposal WWiSE 23 9.62 132 55.23 84 35.15
doc.: IEEE 802.11-05/0092r1 Submission January 2005 Jim Allen, Appairent TechnologiesSlide 8 Tentative TGn Plans for March Technical Proposal Updates & FR (CC)10 days before meeting Friday March 4 Email questions to proposal authors Tuesday March 8 Written responses posted to server Friday March 11 1.Administrative introduction (1 hr) 2.Comparison reports (1 hr) Market/application reports (.5hr) 3.Proposal presentations (1 to 2hr blocks) Technical comparison, clarifications, discrepancies Presentation time, random speaker sequence for each round 4.Additional technical presentations (3hr) 5..19 presentations on Coexistence Assurance (1hr if possible) 6.Q&A 4 hr (2hr written + 2hrs live, separate time for non-aligned) 7.Down select vote - special order (1 hr) 8.Confirmation vote- as much of step 17 as possible in March 9.Elect Technical editor (½ hour) 10.Plans for May (1/2 hour)
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