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Re: [802SEC] +++EC Motion+++ Approval of submission in response to an UK Ofcom’s consultation


I vote Approve, with a few editorial comments:

• With While the demand for Wi-Fi connectivity, which is based on the IEEE 802.11 standard, continues to grow, and the number of emerging applications continue to expand, IEEE 802 LMSC respectfully asks the Ofcom to reconsider the proposed hybrid sharing proposal.

• allows for IEEE 802.11 technologies to more effectively support more effectively emerging delay-sensitive residential, enterprise, and industrial applications 

• the design is based on a basic assumption that incumbent receivers are sporadic fixed and their antennas are installed outdoor with fixed, very directional transmit/receive radiation patterns

• In either case, there are significant differences between target incumbent for with respect to protectingion and Fixed Services that, which is the target of today’s AFC systems. 


On Sep 13, 2023, 7:47 AM -0600, Edward Au <>, wrote:
Dear colleagues,

With this email I would like to announce the start of a LMSC ballot on a submission to UK Ofcom’s consultation “Hybrid sharing: enabling both licensed mobile and Wi-Fi users to access the upper 6 GHz band”. This is a continuation of prior submissions done over the past year or so.

Paul has delegated to me to conduct a LMSC (EC) 10-day electronic ballot on the motion below to approve the comments to the administration.  This EC motion is per IEEE 802 OM 7.2.1 Procedure, P&P 7.1 b) (majority response) and P&P 7.1.2 (2/3 approval of votes cast) for communication with government bodies and public statements.  With that we would like to see everyone respond.
Move to approve document for submission to UK Ofcom before the submission deadline, with editorial license granted to the 802.18 chair.
  • Approved in the RR-TAG: _9_ / _0_ / _6_ (The Chair did not vote)
Mover:     Edward Au
Seconder:  Robert Stacey

Start of ballot: 13 September 2023
Close of ballot: 22 September 2023

Reference document


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