IEEE 802.23 Emergency Services Working Group
(April 11, 2011 Update)
Our next series of meetings will be
the May IEEE 802.23 Interim Meetings
to be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in King of Prussia, PA, USA
on /Wed/Thur May 11-12, 2011.
for hotel information.
The special hotel room rate is $169
+ tax per night.
To obtain this special rate telephone or e-mail the hotel and ask for the InterDigital corporate rate.
(You will not be able to book at this rate through the web site.)
If you have any difficulty with your
hotel rate or reservation you may get assistance from my InterDigital
Admin, Megan Groff. She can be reached directly at:
OR +1 610.878.5789
There is no meeting fee and advance
meeting registration is not required but a note to the
<email@example.com> would be appreciated if you are planning to attend.
Working Group/Project Scope: This standard defines a media independent framework within IEEE 802 to provide consistent access and data that facilitate compliance to applicable civil authority requirements for communications systems that include IEEE 802 networks. This includes a data link layer interface for a consistent view of IEEE 802 networks by IP (Internet Protocol) based citizen-to-authority emergency services capabilities from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Emergency Context Resolution with Internet Technologies (ECRIT). This standard specifies a layer 2 entity and associated behaviors with a uniform structure of management information for transferring data required by an emergency services request.
The Emergency Services Working Group was created by IEEE 802 EC and IEEE-SASB action in March of 2010
The Working Group Chair is:
Mountain View, California USA
GraCaSI Standards Advisors (sponsored by InterDigital)
Mail List reflector name:
The mailing list is managed by ListServ (NOTE: the list name has changed !!)
Send your subscribe requests: ( SUBSCRIBE STDS-802-23-emergencyservices FirstName LastName )
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For more detailed information on our activities and meetings, please see recent document numbers (DCN) on our Mentor document server at:
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procedures and patent policy of the IEEE Standards Association.
If you have any questions, please
send an e-mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Page last modified by Geoff Thompson on April 19, 2011 at 5:25 PM PDT