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Re: [802SEC] Withdraw will re-start +++ 5 day EC Motion+++ Approval of IEEE 802 Comments to ACMA consultation on their Five-year spectrum outlook 2019-23

Dear LMSC members, 
Per the input from Dorothy and RR-TAG teleconference input just  now, i am withdrawing this specific ECM ballot and in a few minutes will start a new 10 day early close ballot on an updated revision of the comments.  in the teleconference we reviewed the input and all were fine to remove the paragraph in question and we voted and approved a rev 05 of the comments. 

note: the intent of the paragraph is good, and if the this situation comes up again we should take it and add the appropriate context and detail and use it.  just not the time to do it now.  

Speaking of time, the early close ECM coming really does need to be early close.i need to file Wednesday, or we miss the deadline.  so please review and respond keeping that in mind.


From: Jay Holcomb <>
Date: Tue, May 7, 2019 at 9:20 PM
Subject: +++ 5 day EC Motion+++ Approval of IEEE 802 Comments to ACMA consultation on their Five-year spectrum outlook 2019-23
To: <>  

Dear EC(LMSC) Members,


I would like to announce the start of an EC(LMSC) electronic ballot for comments to an ACMA consultation on their Five-year spectrum outlook 2019-23. The consultation is due on their 16 May 2019, and with the time zones would like to send by 15 May 2019.


Note, the RR-TAG did vote on 19-18/0058r02 and with the short time frames we work with, ACMA just announced a new/different consultation on 3.4 GHz that can tie into our comments fairly well.  so I will propose 19-18/0058r03, that shows the editorial update already.


Paul has delegated to me to conduct an EC(LMSC) 5-day electronic ballot on the motion below. This EC motion is per 802 OM 7.2 Procedure for communication with government bodies.


Motion: Move to approve the comments in response to ACMA’s Five-year spectrum outlook 2019-23 consultation. For approval by the EC for sending to the ACMA on or before 15 May 2019. The Chair of 802.18 is authorized to make editorial changes as necessary.


Approved in the RR-TAG: 4/0/0 (on 18-19/0058r02, per note above.)


Mover: Jay Holcomb

Seconder: Steve Shellhammer


Start of ballot: 07 May 2019

Close of ballot: 12 May 2019


Reference documents:

The consultation:


The ACMA web site:



Jay Holcomb

Itron, Inc.

IEEE 802.18 Chair

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