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[802SEC] +++SEC Ballot WITHDRAWN: Forward 802.11b-Cor1 to RevCom for Standards Approval


After discussions with Vic Hayes and Stuart Kerry, it turns out there were
technical comments from Japan that came in through liaison with SC6, and in
the best interest of getting an internationally accepted standard, these
comments need to be recirculated one final time at the IEEE Sponsor Ballot
Level. Therefore, this SEC ballot is withdrawn. After the IEEE completes the
final recirculation, assuming there are no comments, I will again ask for
SEC EMAIL ballot approval.

Bob Grow -
Bob O'Hara-
Paul Nikolich -
Buzz Rigsbee -
Vic Hayes -
Tony Jeffree - Approve
Geoff Thompson -
Bob Love -
Stuart Kerry - Approve
Bob Heile - Approve
Roger Marks -
Mike Takefman -
Jim Carlo - Chair

Issue Date: 8May2001 Closing Date: 21May2001
Moved By: Stuart Kerry  Seconded By: Bob Heile
Move: Approve Forwarding to RevCom: 802.11b-COR1 (Corrigendum for: Wireless
LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications:
Higher Speed Physical Layer (PHY) Extension in the 2.4 GHz Band)

1) This ballot just finished recirculation at Sponsor Ballot with NO
additional technical comments.

2) This initial ballot has met the 75% returned ballot requirement.
57 eligible people in this ballot group.
44 affirmative votes
1 negative votes
1 abstention votes
46 votes received = 80% returned
1% abstention

3) The 75% affirmation requirement is being met.
45 affirmative votes
0 negative votes
1 abstention votes
46 votes = 100% affirmative
2% abstention