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I vote approve,
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A Family is necessary to be happy!!On Sat, Jan 25, 2014 at 2:49 PM, Paul Nikolich <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:All,I must have mis-spoken during my conversation with Mike Thursday evening, I did not intend to be the mover. I meant for Mike to be the mover and Bruce to the the seconder. Please consider the motion revised accordingly.Regards,--Paul------ Original Message ------From: "Michael Lynch" <MJLynch@mjlallc.com>Sent: 1/25/2014 4:32:36 PMSubject: Re: [802SEC] +++ EC motion to approve 802.11 Tiger Team DSRC letter to FCC OET +++---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.
Bruce and all,
Please excuse me if a partial response shows up. I was doing it on my phone and sometimes it has a mind of its own.
Paul is the mover since that is what he said he wanted to do when he and I spoke about the priority of this email. I have another EC email to conduct regarding an Ofcom UHF consultation but it was decided this would go first and the other after this ballot closed. My name will be the mover on the next 802.18 EC ballot regarding that Ofcom UHF consultation.
There was no questioning the credibility of the presenter and we accepted your email of January 22nd as saying that this was ready for 802.18. With that as background I didn’t see a reason to include how it came to 802.18.
I vote approve
But I have a few comments.
1. The motion should originate from someone other than Paul. I believe you meant to put your name as the mover.
2. Your characterization of the source is misleading. The letter did indeed originate in an 802.11 DSRC tiger team composed of about 40 members but subsequently went through further review in the Regulatory Standing Committee and the full working group during our mid-week plenary where it passed unanimously with 173 members present.
On Thursday, January 24th, IEEE 802.18 reviewed and approved a letter from the IEEE 802.11 DSRC Coexistence Tiger Team to the FCC. The document, 18-14-0007-01-0000-dsrc-coexistence-tt-status-letter-to-oet, can be found on the RR-TAG Mentor web site. The document was approved by a vote of 6 yes, 0 no and 0 abstentions and will, with necessary edits and formatting changes made by the IEEE 802.18 chair, be forwarded by Paul to the Chief of the FCC’s OET.
The purpose of this letter is to update the FCC on the status of the work on Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) within the Tiger Team and to hopefully deter the FCC from publishing a rule making until the Tiger Team determines if a solution can be developed.
Paul has given me permission to conduct an EC ten day email ballot to approve his submitting this letter to the Chief of the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology.
“To approve, under OM Subclause 8.2, document 18-14-0007-01 subject to the early close provision of OM Subclause 4.1.2.."
Moved: Paul Nikolich
Seconded: Bruce Kraemer
Link to the document:
Comments are to be submitted to the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology ASAP.
The ballot will start January 24th and end on February 2nd.
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