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Dear Yeongmoon and all,
I have reviewed your contribution and have few items to comments.
1. In MOB-SLP-RSP message, After-REQ-action could be removed if we use certain value of
REQ-duration as a indication to MSS not to retransmit the MOB-SLP-REQ. For example REQ-duration value of '0000' or '1111' that
is if the duration of '0000' or '1111' is a value that has to be valid for "REQ-duration" for certain reasons.(I recommend '1111')
2. Although messages for Ranging and Traffic Indication has been separated, it seem to me that incorporating the idea from
LGE's contribution to put in a TLV in RNG-REQ to inform the MSS for Traffic Arrival since the last listening interval( or last periodic
ranging) would make the operation more efficient. For the MSS does not have to wait till the next listening interval to wake up.
3. In the section of 188.8.131.52 "Periodic Ranging in sleep mode" The last sentence of the second paragraph stating 'In the case
periodic ranging procedure fails, MSS has to perform Initial Ranging procedure or handover to another BS" should be change to
"In the case periodic ranging procedure fails, MSS has to perform Initial Ranging procedure." since failure in ranging would mean
new network entry. It is possible that as the result of initial ranging procedure MSS would find the BS other than the one it had
before going into sleep mode(which might look like handover but it isn't).
I'm with you on most of the main ideas in your contribution.
Kang Il Koh