Thanks for your comment. Tim and I have decided to accommodate it and have rescheduled the tutorial to one hour later (19:30-21:00 Tuesday).
For what it is worth, 802.1 and 802.15 have a joint meeting scheduled in
that time slot as well. That will take a few of us out of the
At 01:36 PM 1/6/2016 -0700, you wrote:
Dear EC Colleagues,
At the November meeting, 802.16 proposed a draft PAR for an 802.16s
narrowband project, but the proposal was insufficiently coordinated with
the EC members and was not forwarded.
In preparation for further progressing the PAR, the 802.16 WG and the
802.24 TAG are planning a tutorial on the topic for the Atlanta meeting.
This will take place Tuesday 19 January, 18:30-20:00 in Regency V. We
encourage EC members, and other interested participants, to
is posted and may be refined. The current speaker lineup is below.
Please inform your constituencies as you see fit. We welcome participants and questions.
Introductions / 802.16 overview, history, and context
Roger Marks, EthAirNet Associates
802.24 Vertical Applications TAG - applications of 802.16 in utility field area networks
Tim Godfrey, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
Utility industry perspective on private spectrum
Brett Kilbourne, Utilities Telecom Council (UTC)
Utility perspective on standardization for narrow channel operation
Kathy Shaft, Great River Energy
Update on the 700 MHz Upper A Block spectrum
Robert Finch, Select Spectrum
Approaches for narrow channel implementation
Guy Simpson, Full Spectrum Inc.
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