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as mentioned in the wireless interim in January (sorry Glenn, David and others) there would be coming an FCC NPRM on re-configuration of the 5.9 GHz band that until the NPRM was for ITS, Intelligent Transportation System, where an amendment was done for it some years ago, 802.11p, aka DSRC. with that an updated amendment is being worked on now for this band and service, P802.11bd.
The NPRM was released last thursday, and to meet the comment deadline of 09 March with a couple of days of pad it would be best to have .18 approve it next thursday the 20th, hence this email.
there are a fair number of comments being worked on and to help while in the EC ballot process wanted to keep you posted and would appreciate any inputs you have before the COB the 18th, so they can be integrated into what .18 would approve on the 20th.
to be honest we have a ways to go on the comments and having almost daily focused calls working it, though wanted to give you a heads up at least.
this NPRM is proposed to change 45 of the 75 MHz from DSRC to general un-licensed, e.g. WiFi; 20 MHz to the cellular C-V2X and the last 10mhz is either DSRC or C-V2X. obviously much more detail, though this should give you a feel of the situation. tough on the DSRC standardd and more for unlicensed, etc.
P802.11bd task group has been putting together draft comments and with the release of the NPRM last thursday it was transferred to .18 to help finish up and bring to you, for an EC ballot.
as mentioned, the comments have a little ways to go with questions in them, though with the timeline, should be getting them cleaned up over the next couple of ad hoc meetings/days.
will be a busy week,
Itron, Liberty Lake (Spokane), WA
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