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RE: stds-802-16: RE: WLAN/ New Structure of the Coexistence Group
I never saw the bottom most email. I was thinking of the meeting
being run during the last session regarding lobbying for 802 with the ITU.
As Rosanna Danna says, "never mind".
-> -----Original Message-----
-> From: Steve Shellhammer [mailto:email@example.com]
-> Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 7:12 AM
-> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Stdsemail@example.com;
-> Subject: RE: stds-802-16: RE: WLAN/ New Structure of the Coexistence
-> I think the concern is that up till now 802.16 was in licenced
-> bands and so did not impact 802.11 and 802.15. Now however, as I
-> understand it, 802.16 will be potentially moving into
-> unlicenced bands,
-> that are used by 802.11 and 802.15. If they operate in the same band
-> it is no longer practical to only consider individual
-> systems, it is necessary
-> to consider the other systems in the band.
-> >>> Ken Peirce <ken@Malibunetworks.com> 11/28/00 12:33PM >>>
-> I feel that option #1 is most workable/productive. A small
-> subset of a WG
-> can meet on the side to discuss coexistance issues relevant
-> to a particular
-> application; interim meetings included.
-> However, I do agree that a distinct leadership would be required for
-> coordination of formal 802.16 output(s). Perhaps Roger could
-> appoint, or
-> 802.16 elect, a highly interested person who could serve as an effort
-> coordinator/integrator. The proposed output could then be
-> put to the 802.16
-> for approval.
-> If it is not too late in the process, I think that the first
-> task for this
-> person and the WG subgroups should be to work with the SARS folks.
-> My $.02
-> Ken Peirce